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I transferring a Man-of-W- Coat From a Collier ' While at Bea-- It. THE LINCOLN COUNTY l'erfertly Satisfactory. New York, Nov. 28. As a i Certain lion Are Nurainjr Programmes Hostile to tho Administration. KENTUCKY GOVERNORSHIP. THE LOUISVILLE RETURNS In Mia Brent of Qoebel Uelng- - Glrin the They Unve Keen Certified By tbe County Hoard of Canvasiers and Will Go Certificate Martial Law Mar n u Ilefore the Btate Board. declared In the State by McKlnley. . Fhankfokt, Ky., Nov. 28. Senator Doboo left for Washington at 8o'clook Monday evening1, and after hl de- t.aut democrat. Williams says many men who would havo voted for him wera result. disfranchised, and Young says that he The hotels of tho city are filling up would have been elected had not with visiting republicans and demo- Athens and Bells school house procrats from many parts of tho state. ducts in the county been prevented The report that Wardon Llllard, undor from holding elections. Notice of conthe direction of Goebcl leaders, is arm- test was filed Monday afternoon. ing convicts and preparing to take the Fatal Dlfflonltj- Over a Woman. "Docbcl side in the event Bradley calls Mobkiikat. Ky., Nov. 20. Afacoun troops. Saturday-unabsolutely try dance on Christy creek, our miles founded. It Is probable the sitting of east of here, at an early hour Friday tho stato election board will extend morning, in a difficulty over a woman, over several days, and it Is stated that App Perry shot Harris Carroll through tho democratic commissioners will re- tho heart killing him instantly. Perry fuses to begin canvassing the returns fled, but was captured and lodged in in the event Ilradley places a military jail. He figured In the Rowan county guard over them. war, during which Craig Tolllver was killed. There is talk of a mob taking Uov. Ilradlejr Threatened With Aiianlna-MoPerry out, and a strong guard was FiutcitronT, Ky., Nov. 28. Gov. around the jail Friday night. Ilradley has received a lettor threatenDemocrat. Did Not Sign. ing him with assassination. The letBardstown, Ky., Nov. 28. Tho Nelter, which was addressed simply "Wm. son county election board met here Bradley, city," was mailed at Frank- Friday, In accordance with Judge fort. It reads: Jones' mandatory order to certify tho ''Governor Wm. Bradley: Your resig- vote of Nelson county for W. & Taylor nation is requested immediately. If instead of W. T. Taylor, as previously Foes." not we will murder you. certified for, but on the advlco of Goe Below this was drawn a rude reprebel's attorney, Geo. S. Fulton, tbe two sentation of a skull and crossboncs. democratio commissioners refused to sign the certificates. Mnj II. C. MeDowell'i Will. Lexinotok, Ky., Nov. 23. Tho will Battle Ship Kentucky's Silver Service. of Maj. II. C McDowell has been proLouisville, Ky., Nov. 2a Word has bated, lie leaves everything in the been received from New York of the way of property to his widow, with completion of the silver service for the his son, II. C McDowell, as executor. battle ship Kentucky and a committee At her death the property is to be held of prominent Kentucktans are arin trust by the executor, and the inranging elaborate plans for Its prescn divided equally between tho six come The service an early date. children. The value of tho estate Is tatlon at bo tho finest Is said to and most costly not stated, and it has not yet been apever presented to a battle ship. praised. Daughters of Confederacy Met. Given a Life fentenoe. Richmond, Ky., Nov. 25. The Ken. GrtEENsnuno, Ky., Nov. 28. Albert Elmore has been convicted of murder tucky Chapter of the Daughters of the and his punishment fixed at imprison- Confederacy convened hero Thursday.' ment for life. Elmore's brother and Mrs. A. M. Harrison, of Lexington, Wesley Durrett had a few words over will give a roport from tho national an account of 80 cents, and Elmoro convention at Richmond, two weeks ran out with a pistol and shot Du- ago. The meeting closes Thursday with a banquet rrett Convict Given Dainaces. The Uallotl Run Oat, IIopkinsville, Ky Nov. 25. James Stanford, Nov. 26. James Hacker, W. McKinney, democratio nominee for a life prisoner from narlan county, has the legislature from Trigg county, has been awarded 8200 damages against a filed notice of a contest against Dr. J. railroad. While he was being brought C. Taylor, republican, who beat him here for safe keeping he was injured in by four majority on the face of the re- a wreck at Rowland. Ho asked for turns. His contest is based on the 810,000. grounds that the ballots run out at one A thort Courtship. precinct, and that 35 democrats failed Hopkinbville, Ky Nov. 25. Jaraej to vote, and that Illegal votes were Madison Major, wealthy Christian cast in two other precincts. county farmer, and Miss Addle Wil-forBowling Green society belle, Election ORlcere Arretted. week's Fkankkokt, Ky., Nov. 28. Fred Gor- were married hero after one acquaintance. don, George Browner and Wm. Wance The I'esthouse Horned. were arrested by Deputy Marshal Owensboro, Ky., Nov. 28. The city on an indictment in the federal :ourt, charging them with Intimida- pesthoUsc, a short distance in the countion of colored voters at the lato elec- try,' was burned by an incendiary. The tion. They were election officers at city anthorllles were having the building made ready for the reception of the Brldgo precinct, in this city. some alleged smallpox cases. New Kentucky 1'oitmatter. n. Mc-Car- ty parture a story emanating1 from republican circles was put abroad to tho effect that in tho event Goebcl is given a certificate of election next Saturday by the throwing out of Jefferson, Knox mid Johnson counties, Senator De boe. Senator Lindsay, Gov. Brad. Icy, Gen. Taylor and other republican leaders will unite in an appeal to President McKinley to martial law in Kentucky recognizing Taylor as governor and supporting his administration. Senator Deboe stated to a press representative that ho felt confident no emergency would arise requiring assistance of federal authorities but intimated ho had assurances that federal aid could bo ha'd If It became necessary. Thcro was no change In the situation here Monday on cither side. The expected move of the Goebel leader to take tho gubernatorial controversy Into tho courts prior to its handling by the state election board has not materialized so far, and many bcllove It has been abandoned. Tho story from Loulsvillo that Jefferson and Elliot county returns had been mysteriously lost or tampered with Is not credited, as should this occur duplicato certifi-:atc- s could be easily obtained, and tho theft of them would not effect the de-cla- ro Louisville, Ky., Nov. 25. The last 6f the official returns have now been certified by tho county board of canvassers, and probably within a week the stato eleotlon commissioners a Frankfort will begin their task of determining which ticket was elected November 7. The Jefferson county canvassers Thursday heard argument of counsel on a motion to throw out the vote of the city of Louisville on tho ground of alleged Intimidation, by soldiers whd were called out by Gov. Bradley election day. Tho republicans took the ground that the board had no jurisdiction, being empowered simply to count and tabulate tho votes. This view was sustained, and tho matter now, goes to tho state election board, where no doubt the motion of the democrats will be renewed. A number of additional indictments were returned Thursday by the federal grand jury against alleged vlo lators of tho election laws. Williams and Younr; to Cont.it. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 29. Col. Roger D. Williams, lato republican candldato for tho legislature from this city, will contest tho seat awarded Will Klalr, the democrat. Milton Young, the republican candidate for state senator from this county and city, will contest tho' seat awarded J, Embry Allen, the Washington, rvcro Postmasters commissioned for Kentucky FriNov. 20. Defended day as follows: Howard, Mason county, C. O. Jaynesj Oliovllle, "Lawrence tounty, M. V. Thompson; Olmstead, Logan county, Virgil Baileyj Stonewall, Scott county, G. W. Uayden. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 28. Tho Mormon elders of Kentucky in their annual convention hero defended polygamy. A number of speeches on beBrigham II. half of Congressman-elec- t Roberts were made. Folrcn I three days' trial of "coaling. nhllc towing at sea, just compl Many Americans Uelleve That if Some tho United States battle ship, .$ Definite Assnrance Is Mot Given Re. 'carding Cuban Independence shusetts and the collier Marcel may toon be possible w Trouble Will Follow. to receive (coal by the overhead, Havana, Nov. 2a It Is reported system avthe average rate of 1,000 Cuban insurgents have taken to n hour. Tho vessels named retu the woods in the province of Pinar Del to port Monday night and anc Rio, and are preparing to fight for Bank and off Tompklnsvllle, S. I., after :ha Cuban independence, which thoy bebeen away for a week, threo da; lieve is in jeopardy. Tho report caused which were spent at sea glvng. great excitement here. An uprising Miller conveyor a thorough against tho Americans is said to be under varied conditions. At the management for ag years. planned for Thanksgiving day. Tho And continuously under same elusion of Monday's trial, the till: American authorities have their eyes Solicits your Bank account hoping such bussiness religthe series when 120 bags of Coal, e weighing 410 pounds, had becn tn vv open, and aro Keeping in cso toucn ' ions will prove materially profitable and pleasant. with the situation. ported in CO minutes without accid feeling in Cuba mVn "Xlfo S3 of them being delivered in utes tho trial board announced: that, is duo to the feeling that tho island is the test was ended and that theydivjF & to be buncoed out of independence. ' satisfied with tho result The trial The accusation has been mado that J. J. Williams. J. S. Owsley,' Sr. J. E .Lynn. board assigned by the navy depart- tho census of the island will be taken William Gooch. J. F. Cash. ment to witness and report on the ex with tho ulterior design of represent-I- n S. H. Shanks.1 . ..... eolljlSf . that the native Cubans were in the periments from tho deck of the W, H. Cummins. A. W. Carpenter. J. B. Owsley. Marcellus was composed of Commandttt minority, and tnat tne desire lor-aA. B. M. Llllie, in command of thi nexatlon was widespread. M. Havana, Nov. 28. Nothing is known Marcellus; Lieut Commander W. T at headquarters in this division or In Rnftn nriH T.lAiif .Tnlir, It Tlprnnrfln, The latter ship and collier left tha Gen. Lee's to justify the report, pubM. city last Tuesday. They mado anchor lished in the United States and cabled in Sandy Hook bay on Wednesday back here, that 1,000 armed Cuba'n' innight proceeding to sea at 8 o'clock surgents have taken to the woodS in tho next morning. A pair of wooden the province of Pinar del Rio and that shears about 30 feet high had been" a. general uprising against tho Amererected on the after deck of tho Mas- icans hat been planned for Thanksgivsachusetts. At the top of these was ing day. Indeed the story is absofastened a large iron block, over lutely discredited by the American autho sheave of which tho wire cable! thorities, who say it is impossible that I traveled that was to bring tho bags of .anything of the kind should have hap- coal across to the war ship. At the Jpened or should bo in prospect with .AJtSTDD east emd of tho entrance to Ger- - out knowledge of It coming to some ncyTs channel, and at about four army "post zxja 1S5 miles from the Sandy Hook light- t 'Rumors of amore or less,alarmst ship a boat was lowered from the character have for some time been battle ship and a towing hawser quick- plentiful around Havana. It is said, I ly run to the collier. By means of a for instance, that this general or that smaller line a sea anchor cable was is about to take to the woods, and it Is sent over to the Massachusetts and apparently true that certain men aro Keeps Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Linon posoms, Cuffs iursincA uroorammas hoJtUe to tho made fast its end having first been Hi and Collars. Can Furnish. Metallic Caskets .and.,.. ..BL?i.,t!.ts'ilir r,..i.' tho nna.nrl tli.ni.nlt (1.A tnvt if I i.nrrief' l ineHrieaaviui uietravi uone on jpnori woucb onai.Ir6n'2bloteSft-ip,?"- 'j , . and Easy Terms. offset the in sheaves, one above the other through is doing or groat fluence of such people, and in any which the conveying cables run. This Orders bu Telegraph or Telephone Promptlu Attended to Dau or Rloht, first cablo passed through sheaves at event no trouble whatever is likely to the foremast and mainmast heads of occur until after congress meets. It is a fact however that many the collier, tho wire then leading to canvas Americans hero believe that if noththo water where a SK"5sSg3e5oSIQ!5 l!&Xvw!5Se-S3bag towing astern, keeps the lino ing is done toward giving tho Cubans somo definite assurance If not a pretaut and helps to support the carrier cise date, regarding tho independence and its load. A specially contrived Lldgcrwood of the island there will bo a rising of engine, having two winding drums, is somo sort although opinions differ located close to and abaft the foremast widely with rogard to what It will ... .. Somo bclicvo that tho men cablo amount to. on tne collier. A steel leads from one down to tho foremast malcontents will be practically banhead, over a sheave, across the block dits, easily controlled by a few troops. Is tlio I'lnto on the war ship's shears, thenco back Others hold that tho rising would bo to Uay to tho collier's mast, and dovyn to the formidable and will call for a large Amorican force. rear drum. This engine gives a recipMedicines, Drugs, i rocating motion to the conveying rope, The North Atlantlo Squadron, tension, li paying out one part under Jewelry, Stationery, CWashington, Nov. 28 Er. Adm. Tho bags of coal are first holstod Farquhar, commandant of the North igars and Tobaccos, from the collier's deck to the masthead Atlantic squadron, had a talk with Paints and Oils. upon an iron cage or elevator. Secretary Long Monday concerning a Tho letter U inverted represents tho winter's crulbo of the squadron to West Call when C. C. DAVIS & CO., Town. iron bale with hooks at its end, to Indjan waters. The admiral favored which tho bags are suspended, on two such a cruise, pointing out that tho Mt. Vernon, Ky. short rods that project from the top of plan had been inaugurated two years & tho elevator. The carrier Is fitted with Jigo with good results. Mr. Long apaiv2fi:ic2acae&siex?wsvr?erieir-vrta long pointed hook pivoted at Its bot- proved the plan and arrangements V tom. This hook, driven under the were made for tho issuance of formal engages It, tho elevator Orders later. No time has been fixed iron bale, drops and the carrier starts at a speed for the start to the West Indies, but It of 1,200 feet a minute for tho war ship. probably will be made early in the When it reaches that end of the route, new year. rubber buffer on tho block strikes a Jmlce L. M. Ilrraks MlNilng. latch, which releases the hook and the Psacoi.a, Fla., Nov. 2?. Tho fam bars, with their iron balo drop down ily L. M. Brooks, tho canvas chute to the decks of the Of and friends of Judge this city, are very uneasy about his war ship, where tho jackies scamper away with It on trucks to tho bunkers. unexplained absence from home. Ho Three hundred feet Is tho distance went to Alabama two weeks ago exmaintained between ships during tho pecting to return In three days. Foul Judge Brooks is ono operation. Tho test was a success play is feared. of the incorporators of an industrial from tho start. Insurance company in I'ensacola. It is w. Haydon, W. P. Walton, J. n. Oolllor, M. D. Elmoro, J. S. Hooki thought ho had considerable money in j, F. Eold, T. P. Hill. S. H Bauffhman, W. A. Tribblo, S T. Harris Mrs. Hubert Arrested. Boston, Nov. 28. Mrs. Hubert, in his possession, collected durincr his and M. J. Mlllor. whoso house in east Boston counter- Visit to Alabama. feit Canadian bills wcro "found and VVc bolicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties tll Private Secretary Mai on Iteilgnt. who is tho mother of the woman who assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to Washington. Nov. 28.Mr. Victor L. ' iw. Personal application and correspondence, with a view to went with William Davis to Guthrie, tason, private secretary to Secretary business relations, respectfully Invited. Ok., has been arrested. It is under toot, has resigned to engage In busl- stood that she will bo taken beforo tho Jno. J. McRoberte, Cashier, S. tfoclcor, Pros., ess with Gen. Russell A. Alger. Mr. United States commissioner and held 'lason served Secrotary. Alger in tho J. A. A. McKinnoy, Ass'fc Cashier. is a witness. ipacity of private secretary with sig- al ability throughout his en tiro term, riantng Mill Destroyed. Chicago, Nov. 28. A fire which de- - 'id, when Sen. Alger resumed private building occu- We ho arranged that Mr. Mason should itroyed the : pied by Philip Rinn &. Ca's planing Hum to his employ after serving with crotary Uoot until tho latter had mill. Division and Crosby streets, Monday night threatened tbe two big gas therwlse provided himself. RAT. tanks of the People's Gas Light & Coke d. larael C 'ml Hi celdentallr Killed. Co., and for hours kept hundreds of IUi'Jds, Mich., Nov. 28. Gen. Grand For Everything in residents in fear of their lives and C. Smith, of this city, aged 60 property. was instantly killed by the Sirael discharge of his gun while out Fight With Moonshiners. Monday, II o was a natlvo of I. T., Nov. 28. Federal Akdmore, officers here have been notified of' a tils city, whero he enlisted in 1801 as private in the 8d Michigan infantry, r Bght near Colbert between officers Deputy United States' Marshal Da-r- lud returned with the rank of brevet : and a band of moonshiners, one of irlcadier general, having made one of the latter being killed. The fie roost brilliant records in the tlvll BEST GOODS AT LIVING PRICES. W"r. are said to be surrounded. NATIONAL OF STANFORD, KY. for-an- Capital $100,000. STANFORD, KY., Successors to Farmers Trust 6o -- anti-Americ- 4-- DIRECTORS. u- S. Shanks, President. .r .im '' a."--' -- W. J. B. Owsley, Cashier. Bright, Asst. Cashier. -; ' .4 r A. " WILLIS GRIFFIN, v S V .'I Mn Mmr V-- "V Funeral Director. jeHilir lV MT. VERNON, KY. rw rtM'fJlonJ)iMk i navfmDaiming E54Vi VSKtB'VI lei " f. . e 4 cone-shape- d .. 3-- 4 .. GREEN FRONT i DRUG STORE m Patent k-- jTlvyww m26Pi e m & BANK OF STANFORD, KY. capital stock, $100,000. surplus, $17,320, DIRECTORS: Jt, GO TO four-stor- y JONAS MeKENZIE VERNON, KY., jin-ie- ls Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, General Merchandise. a moua-ihlne- rs i . A a. fr 1 St I MS F "lw . S7 Mternon Signal! ;ru' i BRODHEAD. Several schools iu, this? part- of, the county, will close Friday. -- A SURE CURE FOR TWENTY-FIV- K CROUP V mu.w, Due i. 1899, YEARS1 CONSTANT. band Sales1 for Taxes. - Use Without A ; , Creed Roberts and Jack Hag j The first indication of eroupJ! mar'e't. gard, who have Iweti working at hoarseness, and in a child subject" r- due-in- e asslier- $I.OO Pittsburg for some time, returned to that diseas it may be taketrasKf ifessc .JTION ONlt VRAK 3u" of Rockcastle Co, Ky., I, or one home Monday. eio-.; Ml II euro w'g," nf rhp fini.rnaeli l" an ?W .. my aepuues win ocn ..tw. ... TUt... ui llr. Hdvcr':!ng rates made htown on' Bill JtIytin, section foremau at tacic. jpoiiowitig mis Hoarseness ot door of the court house, in trout Lily, is visiting his parents here. application is a peculiar rough cough ilf Mt Vernon, Ky, on the 4th Monday i . Miss Maggie Livingston attend- Chamberlain's Cough Remedyfil if December 899, .Between nours given as soon as the child be collie if 10 a. m. and 3 p. m. at public Lit till, Joe, darn our old soul! ed the meeting here last week. croupy. ,Mi nrv to the hirhest bidder for lie still, there is a lun on! Be John Roberts' pension has been hoarse, or even after tne cougn appears, 11 win prevent me cash in hand the following describ- calm The increased to $17 per month. Ic is used in many eu Janus, or a sumcicut pan i game h not yet pla ed. When a Edgar Albright went to Stan the attack. of homes in this Lrod to satisty ttie biaie ana couniy iax thousand is up, you should heavy j ford, Tuesday. land and never disappoints the an- for 1895, 1896 and 1897: never lose your head fur you arc F. M. Hutchison, of London was xious mothers. We have yet'to more ii.ible to lose your stakes. learn of a single instance in which Busin.-DISTRICT NO. 5. will go on the same. in town on business. There wili be the same amount of Brown's wife died on it has not proved effectual. No 498 acres of laud listed Johnathan other Droaratio'i can show itfiiameofj. L. Arnold, near dailv toil, the same worries, no the 25th inst. n AA..4 .. . SH A..' i.vu est resident, W, G. Payne. u iciuiu iwciiij'-iiv- . c ..A jcuia matter whether Goeael or Taylor, Mrs. E. E. Protheroe and child'. $16 03 or net her or both should be the ren will join her husband at Hig-gi- stant use withont a failure. For sale fTaxaud cost by Theo. Wesley, Mr. Vernon Ky? Same for year 1896 26 35 of Kentucky It next Governor Port, Ind., on the 29. Mr. 20 22 Same for year 1895 m ike us an extra dollar one Protheroe wn't has a position with the way or the other. Charley Davis milling company of that place. ' Dnuville Steam Laundry first One acre of land listed in or Theo Wesley won't charge a The people of Brodhead regret cent more for a presctiption. Jim very much to give up Mr. Proth- class work. Represented in Mt name of Cottengim, nearest Vernon by D. S. Purdom, the' Bar? resident, G. W. Doue: Tax Whit and W. T. Short will run eroe and his estimable family. Tt and cost UCl. 3 84 "Unclr Sam" just the same. Grant Ed Dunn, of Boyle, is visiting will sell as uiau Baker and Ed Cox 40 acres of land listed in goods under Taylor as Goebel, or his father and mother this week. My son has been troubled for, name of Herod Johnson, Goebet as Taylor. Drs. .Davis, Sim Slaughter, of Boyle, was in years with chronic diarrhoea nearest resident, John Owens Lovell. Lawrence and Pennington tewn Monday, sometime ago I persuaded him to Tax and cost 3 7 will 'rent as many patients, Bros. Miss Delpha Colyer who has take some ot Chamberlain's Colic, Carmical, Pike, Williams, Fish, 50 acres of land listed jn been v'siting in Indiana fur several Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Bell and Riddle will continue to After using town bottles of the 25 name Clay Jackson, nearest months, returned home Tuesday. preach the blessed gospel of the cent size he was cured, I give this resident. J. L. Owens. Tax The protracted meeting held at testinioni al, hoping some lowlv Nazarinc. Geo S. Griffin and cost 3 SO will feed the prisoners well and al- the Christian church closed Sunday similarly afflicted many read it "atfd acres of land listed in 20 ways keep a vigilant watch. W. with four additions. be benefited. Thomas C. Brower name of Mark Morris, nearA fine girl at Wm. Francisco's. Olencoe. Oln'n. 'HP A.'B. Davis will still visit the pubest resident, W. H. Morris lic schools and preside with dignity Miss Berda Martin is visiting at For sale by Theo. Wesley? Tax and cost 3 30 over the Institutes. S. C. Frank- her uncle's R. S. Martin, this week. 40 acres of land listed in lin will continue to repair watches, Rev. Hendrickson, pastor of the name of Boone Metcalf, clocks and spectacles. S. D. Lewis Baptist church, has rented the Gilnearest resident, .W. M. up 0 the People. will lose none of his affability and pin property and will move his Brummet. Tax and cost... 4 45 office will always be found at his family here Less than a year remains in which yard with the poin Court-housto gather facts, and information that 3 acres of land listed in will influence your vote for the next name of J. L. Owens, nearlite bearing of an accomplished IT HITS THE SPOT. president or ine umiea states. Will McClary and lieutenant est resident, H. Johnson. When suffering from a severe That grievous wrongs- have been Edgar Albright will "toot" their 3 50 cold and your throat and lungs feel committed, and grave errors allowed Tax and cost, horns just like they always did. sore, take a dose of to exist without effort at correction, is listed in 55 acrrs land Tom Stewart, Jerry Frith and John Foley's Honeyl Aud Tar when evidenced by the speech, writings, and name of Thomas Rector, will be at once comments of eminent statesmen and Marler will buy your lumber; W. the soreness! jurists : congressmen and leading men nearest resident, Sol Shell. B. Whitehead and Rob't McPher-ro- n relieved, a warm grateful feeling of business j professors and clergymerjA Trre and cost 3 55 will saw it; Neal Parrett, Will and a healing of the parts affected in everv state. T will be experienced aud you will ,50 acres ot laua listed affiliations have been ignored in ..Cox and Saunders Fish, Tom say: "It feels so good. IT HITS in Partyoutcry against thrusting aside the name of John Stewart, nearProcter and Mac Estes will build THE SPOT." Guaranteed. the safeguards of our fathers and rush- est neighbor, Smith Kellcy. your houses; Geo McCoy and C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon. ing into the affairs of Europe. Henry Spratt will paint them. Hagan Bros., Livingston; Dr Clark, The situation is a deplorable one if Tax and cost 4 70 not alarming; as is also our domestic W. H. Cox will make you a wagon Brodhead. 125 acres of land listed in affairs dominated by gigantic Trusts. Tom Taylor and H. C. Gentry will name of Hiram Cox, near The evils are not of spontaneous and shoe your horses, Loafers ORLANDO growth They are the result of years est resident, Robert Jewels. bums are like the poor, we have of labor a'nd expenditure of millions Tax and cost 3 90 of dollars Beginning with the disthem with us always. So worry of coal has A fine vein been placement of American silver for 50 acres of land listed in not! Look not upou the wine found on the farm of Huston Child- English gold, the cunning of Eng- name of Sam Johnson, 011 when it is red. Quiet the passion land's diplomacy in shaping the des- Rockcastle river. Tax and ress. and lull the excited mind to rest. tiny of our Republic is apparent to cost 4 90 Let's go and drive up the cows for Several parties from this place any ordinary observer seeking the Same for ear 1896 true inwardness of events. 4 90 feed the chickens were at Mt. Vernon Monday. it is eventide; The Cincinnati Enquirer has fre- v slop and 100 acres of land listed in aud count the turkeys; David Laswell fell out cf an ap quently called attention to each and corn the hogs for its about killing pie tree Saturday, breaking his every move as it Was transpiring, and name of D. M. Singleton. , during the campaign of 1900 will Tax and cost time. Give us a hot cup of coffee collar bone. 4 75 present its readers with a truthful for the band will play in the grand W. G. Muluns, J. C. Childress was iu town Sat- array of facts that will be extremely jury room, and there will be music urday to get his Signal and other interesting and startling. R. C; Ky. No iu the old town Amdrican, be he ft mail. Republican, Democrat or of other Lee Porter was in Mt. Vernon, political faith, can afford at this critical No., 1. fancy patent flour at Yestereay was Thanksgiving Sunday. time to ignore the truth. Partisan gob'.Davis' for 55c aud Belle Day aud many a gobbler will prejudice, with the Trusts as dictators, very busy is a far more degrading slavery than Dr. Childress is kept ble no moie; and many heu has Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon, that which existed previous to the Civil Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan ' Bros gone to her last reward. We have of late. There is considerable Warof'6r-6- 4. reason to rejoice and be glad. Our sickness in this section. Trusts in the United States alone Livingston. county is rapidly improving moralFlat Rock school will close this have a representative capital greater than all the gold and silver in the ly and physically and intellectually. week. world. These will spend many more A nice line of ladies capes at Mt. Vernon has more churches, Geo, Johnson's new store house millions of dollars to suppress truth $1.25 up to $3. at Houk &'Son. more preaching and more good will soon be completed. It is a and facts and' mislead all who fail to Boys' suits made to order for look beyond their plausible decep people thau she ever had before structure, with glass tions. Keaa tne inquirer ana you $3j'75 and up. See my line of sam- College is rapidly growing Our front, and will add greatly to the will be able to discern the truth and pies", S. W. Davis. with a splendid corps of teachets; combat falsehood. A victory for Livingston are in beauty of the town . Brodhead aud Trusts and the McKinley Adminis Coal prospecting in this commu tration in 1900 will end the era of the very front of the onward inarch Call aud see my magnificent fine greatest good to greatest number. with bright prospects for the new nity is meeting with success. of fall and winter sVjiples now Watch carefully the good veins have been found, r.s: railroad which will make it u beauCincinnati Enquirer for!mpectioii. Men's Suits made tiful city. The people of Orlando, McCoy, of Mt. Vernon, is Geo. made'to order at S10 and Wildie aud Conway are prosper papering the new house of Tip " ' S. W. Davis; ous and happy. With plenty corn Langford. person who disturbed the The iu the crib and "shock," the smoke Langford's new grist mill is do congregation last Sunday bv coughouse full of meat; fat hogs in the hing, is requested to call on C. C. ing Ja good business. Davis Mt. Vernon Dr. C'ark Brodpen; Lucinda well and the childPr6f. Reppert gave a Thauks- - head, Hagan Bros and Ret a bottle on ren hearty; with the Honey and Tar, which skillet and de taters in de pot; giring dinner to' a few select friends of Foley's ft''. always gives relief. with a feeling of rest and being at Mrs. Mary Coffey's C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Venun; 1'iirly- acres on, the, waters of peace with both Jew aud Gentile boy fell' from a horse on Tuesday Dr. Clark", Brodhead) Hagan Bros. Booje's Fork . 2 iniles.east of we well sing "Praise God from breaking his arm. Livingston. James Crawford's whom all blessings flow; praise D. B. Laugford's baby is quite farugtHousc of 4 rooms and kitch-c- u Him all creatures here below." sick. 'ood barn. Place all in grass. GooiTencing, Fine locust grove Tim contributors to Dewey's LOST HUGH MI! IJ-- . can loused for locust' posts. Two elegant Washington City mansion-arMany have lost confidence and dsV ifings fine water. Call on making life a burden to the hope as well health because they 1 W. T. Crawfokb, newly married Admiral and Man- have bctn told their Kiduev disease HEADQUAUSUS FOR' Kingston, Ky. ila hero which proves the truth- was incurable. Foley's Kidney COMMERCIAL MEN. Cure is a Guaranteed remedy for fulness of that old saying that; 'Misery treads 011 the heels of joy, the discouraged and disconsolate, at all irains.TSW "Porter C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon; s, and anguish rides swift after pleasDr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros., or a wished every Friday by Failukk. Fair i -- , ! is fJi-Mt- o'L-tn'x- - 1 . 1 kTcllow-countryme- un-icu- .c'-p- ot s Our.Fnll and Winter stock of Dry Ooeds, Bfc ji4., Shoes nro coming in every day, In our Dry Goods Department tt har vrjtkiif that you need and as cheap can be sold anywhore, Our Boot and Shoe Department is complete wilh tk Yh best and most stylish boots and shoes made. to us. want a good boot or shoe como rritk Mit Our Grocery Department is also complet fresh goods. In fact, if you want anything to oat and w como to us. DEAMNG: y. HOUK & SON ns - COLIvYER & UNDERTAKERS RRnni-iFAn- OWE NS . Caskets, Coffins, Robes, etc, kept in stock. Orders by iriail, telegraph, telephone promptly filli For Familv and Medical You Want Us The ky 1 It's f r.ni n qppin OUNTYMJ NELSON SOUR MASH 3 6 10 n Sold Direct from Distillery. VVniOrVLT Jug and Bottle Trad Solicits. GETHSEMANR, KY. "1 - C5 W P-- V e year old at $2.00 per Gallon, year old at $2.50 per Gallon. year old at $3.00 per Gallon, J. 13. DA NT, DistillVr, vs . ., v, - I ' ' V w For Pure Drugs - ' pell-me- ll CALL ON, 1 THEO. WESLEY. PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTION CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED At all hours, day or nigkt, I Mt. Vernon. Ky. Ex-Sheri- ff to-nig- fair-mind- WANTED SPLIT HICKORY SPOKER. itichea long, all while C grade or better, $12 per m. long, iod, $j 2x2, 30 iuclies m. Per , .. 28 iuchoti long, while $7 2x2, 30 . TOM TAYLOR - Blacksmith MT VERNONWhen Your Horse Is Shod By You nuw have to pay him the Cash. He says if you see him druuk this year you may know some one has asked him to shoe his hoise on credit. Credit will starve 1C.-C- . i ijSxi. ( perm.' , ; two-stor- y Do per m. ' " " : " red $4 a man to dath. . SINGLE 'ftifll! .HH.MiTS" ' Sev-era- 2x3,., 3S inch .., $22 per m. - lull, white Pure Liquors 8 year-ol- d . To be diiliviVd nt anv station on K. D of L- &i N. 0! K. C. division, will cull q."ce pvitv tw week I.. L Traylor whiskey $2 25 Traylor whisky $3 00 Win Tarr whiskey so $-k Jarurtt, luiectcr itrodlK'iid, Kv hoe-cak- Farm for Sale,r - . JvtBmffmM e: CPERIENCE 50 YEARS' Brandy $3 00 per gallou No charge for jugs No goods shipped COD, on occount of :il irg of U S Court Send Cash, Order or Express Mofiiey Order Post-offic- e W.0. SPEED, Stanford, Ky Miller House liZiTlktH $ptcial notice, Handbook on I'atcnts tlom utrlctlr confidential. for nnt f rno.- Uldoat AeoncT securln? natanti. . - r ...:;. 1'Alcais laieii throucl juuuu cc aj receiTB without ulrklT liiTentlnn U probably patentable. h..-.h- 'CoPVniGHTS&C. Anyone tending a eliclrh and description mar jurortAln whether an Trade Marks Dcsiqns Coniraunlca- - f: ".:".- cbarso, In tho A handsomely Illustrated weekly. I.iirKOst circulation of any eclcntiuo journal. Terms. 13 a yenri four months, tl. Sold by all newsdealer. Our fee returned we fall. Any one sendiajr sketch and description of nny invention ndil promptly receive our opinion free concerning the patentability of game.. "How to Obtain a ratent" sent upou request, through ua advertised for sale ntrntenls necured our expense. Talents taken out through ua receive tpecial. neHcc, without charge, in The Patent Rucobd, an illustrated and widely circulated journal, consulted by Manufacturers and Investors. Bend for sample copy FREE. Address. VICTOR ure." Livingston. I sff;x:iine"'"fti".w'S3s7.,r"" """"" tl PW." f.iui i- n . ;.. "U'ATKM lusvuuutJiaiumorotiaa. "mv-. Keit nerioBi o( mecbinlcil Inveatlre mind HUNN&Co.36'0 Ilrancb Office, 025 New York Ht., Wftslilnuton, 1). C. Evans Building, Pateat Attorneys,) J. EVANO A CO. WA9HINQT0M, F 0. C. yjd . " vWf ' gjh - - fl,rrt 1 A big cut in saddles and harness EiciiT-To-ns baled timothy hay The Editor ate a fine ThanksMrs. Pack Hunt died near Brod- COURT CALENDAR. 'f S. W, Davis. at for sale. W. G. Hiatt. head yesterday. giving dinner with Mr. aud Mrs. County Court. Fourth Mon Mt. Vernon. Ky. A. H. Bastin. Crab Orchard, 3t Shout Horns For have Bud Chcsnut, near Orlando, died day in each mouth. Mt. Vernon. Ky Dec. i, 1899 two red Short Horn Sai.k. forI sale. bulls J. H. Albright has a dozen or Quarterly Court Fiist Mmi Mat Ballard, of Livingston, one Thursday last of a complication of E. P, Woods, id diseases. more farms of liisjownjrritliin a 3 day in T Miliary, April, July Mt. Vtrn.j, KJ., of hebest teachers in the county, Gatrdttke a m Stanford, Ky. October. onacfass nail natter mile circuit of Brodhcad, which he will soon have his new house 'fintThe State election count is now will sell or rent. ' Circuit Cuum Scluiiu Mon Mrs. John Pearl Landrum and ished at 'thabplace. Write him at up to the State Canvassing Board day in February, Foui'h. Monday children, of Oakley, laurel county, Brodhcad. tf in May and Third Moiirl.iy in Sep G. A. .Klein came over from at .Frankfort, which meets Sat- have been the-- . guests of Jauies tembcr. Langford Wednesday" to meet his urday. THE BEST SAAE IN THE Laudrum. '. j MtVkrnon Police Cosry,-WORLD, son William, coming .home from VANTBD-7-0nTkird Mon dny hi eAch month.-'huuderd cross Centre College for Thanksgiving. J. J. Painter, telegraph operatoi Is Banner Salve. It is made -- Tazwell, Tenn., came up to be pres , tie. 'makers. Address, Rockcastle U ILouiavtLLC VTU'shvilic n.n.Co. from by a world wide ent at the Newland-Paintc- r wed know prescription 'Oiiarrv Co.. If You want to exchange pro, r skin specialist and is positive P. A. Pennington, fl. D. Si; H, 0. ly the most healing salve for Piles, '?. L & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Ky.'. tf duce for dry goods 6r groceries, ding. u DENT8T, Burns, Scalds, Ulcers, iRunning Bay IXait North.... The will'of J.rC:llen, deceased, or Ladtes and- Misses hats, ca.ll and Mr. John Newland and Miss Sores and nnd all skin diseases. a in 11:05 ,.. . wv.v . A. Bryant. r r Bay Mail South .. 1:57 p m 01 Livingston, was also probated C. C. Davis Co., Mt. Vernon; N W Cor. Third and Chentmn tits. Viola Painter, eldest daughter of 0cto'2UlO. BTIglat Ex. North a in Monday with"' Phil. T. Allen, of 1:32 Mr. Geo. Painter, were married at Dr, Clark, Brodliead; Hagan Bros. . LOUISVILLE, rfiffht Ex. South Louisville, as executor, without 1:44 am Iftyou need a good printing out tlie Christain church, Brodliead, Livingston. Will be at MilIer"Housc, JTt ' bond, J. A. Landrum, Agent. fit, suitable for a small country at 7 o'clock vesterday, evening, the If you .vant your watch or clock Vernon during all Circuit Courts. T. J. Cress, of Climax; W. H.. papprj7 column Washington hand Rev. G. D. Hendrickson offrciatiuig cleaned or repaired, spectacles rei Jones, of Wildie; T. Cv Johnson, of press for less than half what it The ceremony was' performed in paired, or new spec frames, gold or MASONIC. i R. G. WILLIAMc. "" a beautiful language in a very Brodhcad, were in town Saturday cost, Address S. W. Davis, gold filled, nickel or steel; or glass AtliU-- d LJe ?. 840 meeti 2rJ lion-itmanner, the contracting for watch; or any kind of spring for , t-JLatw and J. T. Stephens Jof Disputanta, Mt. Vernon, Ky. It X n. parties standing under an arch of was here Monday. watch or clock; or new balance MT. VERNON. KY. V H. H. Baker, H. S. Branaman, chrysanthemums aud evergreens, CHURCHES. staff put iu watch or pivoting of Rev. J. J. Haley, of Cyuthiana, G. D. Cook, A. J.' Pike and A. J. Thefollowiug were the attendants: Cknttiam Htlds nervicei 1st t Sri Sunday who was born on Clear creek, in Norton will composeMhe board of C.G.Davis and Miss Sallie Pur-cel- any kind done; or watch case ; or t Ilium. tud BtC:30. m. jewelry cleaned and made look R Supervisors of tax wbidh meets on county and has risen "Emerson Rice and wife, G, f rtibyterlan IUI1I1 service on the 1th thisa.great power who the pulpit, to the 1st Monday in January. They new; or rings cut to fit; or gold and in be is W. Brooks and Mrs. Ed. Newland, silver soldering neatly done, call on Attorney-at- were appointed last Monday. here visiting his many relatives. L,a Vv, E.B, Cox and Miss Ella Dunn. S. C. Kaptlst Cknrch Serrlcet on the Second Franklin, at the Signal RdUrdar aiiht nnd Snutlay. Similar L. L, Jarrett and Miss Alma JNew-lan- Office, N. II. Tyree has already built Mt. Vernon, Ky. MT, VERNON, KY. For Saws Paying restaurant in Sthori it ) in every Uumlny. Prayer E. S. Albright, aud Miss Ber-d- a up a good business in the black- m Louisville Tutiday iiijIhr. bmuiii doing large business Martin. Mr. Newland is an exAs a cure for rheumatism Chamsmith line at Livingston. He is $950 Suitable for lady or gentleman cellent gentleman who has been berlain's Pain Balm is gaining a G. W. located near the railroad bridge Mcci.ure. J. W. Bxoir- -. to manage. Full investigation engaged in the railroad LOCAL and OTHERWISE. business for wide reputation D. B. Johnston of and is putting up a new building. courted. Address for particulars. McCLURE & BROWN several years iu which he has rend- Richmond Ind,, has been troubled Wanted Crossties at Mt. Ver- P. 0. box 476 Louisville Ky. it ered faithful service. His bride with that ailment since' 1862. In non, Pine Hill and convenient Mrs. M. C. Miller is better. The citizens of the Bryan tsville' is one of Rockcastle's most exceN speaking- - ofLit he says: "I never places betweeti, those points. Will Mt. Vernon, Kv. Mrs. Rose, of Shelby City was found anything that would relive locality have offered on additional lent -daughters. pay 30 and (5 4 me uutil I used Chamberlian's h ere Tuesday. All business entrusted to our wre $100 reward to that offered by the Quarry Co. Pain Balm. ' It acts like magic with will receive prompt attention. Dick Sovder caught a Mt. Vernon Ky. tf. telephone people for the conviction ..Stanford, Ky , Nov. me. My foot was swollen and pain oftheparty who cut the wiie be- Editor Mt. Vernon Signal:24, '99. coon. Office on Main street The jury in the case of Colyer tween ing me yery nuch, but one good there and Lancaster on Nov. InVpurt issue of 24, inst. inthe application of" Miss Carrie Lair was in town for the killing of Jack Catron in Pain Balm relive me. 6th. The penalty is from two to tefii Monday. regatdiug the presence iujyojur For sale by Theo. Wesley. Somerset, last summer failed to ten years in the pen. C. C. WILLIAMS, city of Messrs. Hubble &c, occurs There is .a new girl at Lee agree and was discharged last ,; this paragraph: N. I. Buster, Who recently '' Attorncy-at-LaWeducsday. This is the third McCluie's. FOR PNEMOIA "When the time came to count bought the Rockcastle Lime Co's., hung jury. Bishop, of Aonew Mich Dr. C. J. Mrs.. Margaret Pish has been Mt Vernon Ky. works near this place, was here the vote: the custodian produced says "I have used Foley's Honey Z. Emerick, for a number of ill. seirously r33Office on 2nd floor of isc1 during the week consulting with the challenged ballotsand on mo aud Tarr in three very severe cases years a citizen of the Maretburg tion of John J. McRoberts, a Re of pneumonia the past month with brick on Church street Specia LouisW. R, McClure went to his partner, James I. White and publican the ballots were sealed up neighborhood left Weduesday for attention given to collections ville last night. looking over the grounds for in- and sent on before the County good results' C. C Davis & Co.. Ft. Vayue, Ind., where he will Aftr Vernon; Dr. Clark," Brodliead; G. T. Johnson the Orlando mer- locate. Rockcastle loses a mighty creasing the capacity of their "quriiiTprmant. was actually mis- Hagan Bros., Livingston. works, building other kiius an d chant was in town Monday. good citizen. taken in this. 1 did not know of opening up quarries. DR. A. G. LOVELL, James Lawless of Lexington was challenged votes, as the word chalStanford", Drs. E. J. Brown, of To Builders. J. W. Marlor A company has been organized Physician and Surgeon" visiting the family of J. L. Jopljn. Percy Benton, of Brodliead, and lenged was not used in my presence & Sous now have their mill on on W MT VERNON, Poynter'.sold twenty-ji- t e Judge R. G. Williams, "of Mt, Ver- here called the White Lime, Stone nor did I learn of the facts until a of the best sites in the county and Wm. and Brick Company. The ou- - day or two afterwards. No motion OHre North lie Min fhreij hogs to W. H. Brown a?$ 3.25 cwt. non, went to Mt. Sterling Weduesare fully prepared to cut bills to pauy is incorporated untier the. or any othtjj person would order on very short notice. LumWm. Monk, the butcher, was up day to spend Thanksgiving.( In- laws of the State with N. I. Buster, of mine, be necessary to send these votes to ber can be delivered at Mt. Vernon terior Journal. Jrom Livingston looking tor cattle. of Boyle couqtyvJPresident, U, 'G. the County Board, a3 the law is if desired. Give us your .rders and is doing some Baker. Secretary aud "Treasurer: S. W. Prewitt Mrs. Dr. Lawrence is in Stanplain, that all ballots not counted get promnr attention and the best ford under treatment of Dr. Carpeu good work on his recently pur- and James I. White, general mana- shall be returned to the County v a large ger. This company' expects to chased farm. He ter. KEEP Board for final disposition. FOR HOARSENESS number of cross ties, fence rails and ereci several" kiltw along the line Of Benj. Ingersou, of Hutton, Iud. A good stock of Fancy atid F awify Yours,' Our friend A. Gustafison instacked cords upon cords of wood. L. oc. N. Railroad; also erect a says: he had not spoken above a forms us of the arrival of a girl at John J. McRoderts. barrel factory for the put pose of Sieve is a hustler. whisper for months, aud one bottle his house manufacturing .their own bartelf. of Foley's Honey and Tarr resand patrons' were A few visitors tored his vioce. It is used very J. M, Crawlord, one of Rock- highly entertained last Friday after- These men have great energy and RESOLUTIONS.' Which he sells at Jm'gfcly largely by speakers and singers. are backed by unlimited means and castle solid farmers was in town At rf call meeting of the Mt. VerCollege w'th recitations noon at the C. C. Davis & Co. Ml. Vernon will build up industries that will be non Tent, No. Monday. LOW FIGURES. 21, of the Knights Dr. Clark, Brodliead Hagan Bios., and music by the pupils. Margory worth thousand of dollars to the of Maccabees, held on the 27th day Livingston. J. W. Brown and J. L. Joplin McClary, Rissie Williams, Lelia people of this county, and such of November 1899, the following ot MnyLovell and Fannie Sparks are iuvoicing the stock of goods men and such industries should be resolutions were adopted; Houk &S011. displayed splendid musical talent. Coffee io per M encouraged. i Whereas, it has pleased Him, at Lion Davis'. cents Dust pound washGold S. W. County Court, Larkin W. H. ones, of Wildie, is visitIn the John W. Brown presented the who does all things well, to call ing powder 5c per package. ing his brother, Mart; at Hedge 'Mulhins was fined last Saturday F. FRANCISCO, Propr. 't will of L. M. Houk, deceased, for from our midst to His Eterual ville; Boyle counly. $200 selling liquor; A. J. Baker $1, probation in County Court last Home, our esteemed friend and Located atfthe Depot?&6 Merchats. Send your pro r for being drunk; J. B. Farris, $10 Monday. t Upon proof of W. A. brother, L. M. Houk, thus termi- duce o A. E. Albright & Co., No, The 31st Regiment leached for failing to work the road; Chas. nating a faithful life crowned with B. Davis and S. H. Martin the inManila Monday. Geb. Peunington Ky Martin and C. B. Thompson $2.50 strument was ordered probated by many good and faithful deeds, and 40 East Court street, Cincinnati of this place, is with it. each for breach of peace. Wheras. in this life he dealt Don't forget the pure Candy Judge Williams. W. T. and James Liver Attaehe. Good Rev. Dr. Ewers preached two inseri- Houk, are named as his with his fellow men in a manner made by S- - W. Davis. Jr., J. A. Landrum was taken teresting sermons last Suuday at ously ill Tuesday night. Hugh executors with direction to Sell the that was highly commendable, in the .Presbyterian church. Meet oil Trains, Dsy and N:gt Millet was called in next tnorn- - farm near Maretburg as soon as every respect being upright, honEVERYBODY LOOK. Traveling Men and Railroad ..A Miss Mamie Jones finishes her iusr and with the assistance of practical. They are directed to est audjeourteous which won for I am selling the Singer Sewing set- him our love and esteem, and, men Solicited. Will school term while Tommy James Maret, ran th ings at the de- collect the iusurance and after Whereas, his relations with this Machine on easy terms and keep all lunches for all trains. Stewart's closed last Saturday. pot until Rollie Guthrie came up ting apart $230 to the little daughkinds ofsewing machine needles oil "7 ters, Mary and Alie Lee, he then Tent was of the most agreeable p; D. Colyer from Livingston on No. 24. Judge and Mrs. character, now, therefore, be it bands, shuttles, and everything divides the balance equally between spent Sunday and Monday with that belongs to a sewing machine. The tiustees of the colored the seven children. Judge Wil- Resolved: Mr. and Mrs. Logan McKinney in school here, request us to say that 1st. That in Jlic death of Broth-e- s Will send'ueedlesby mall to any ad- liams required a bond of $6,000, TOM southern part of county. the teacher of their school just which will- be given by some Trust Houk,- - this Tent has lost a ress. I alsoclean'and repair all kinds closed, Remetha J. Ford, was one a worthy member and Brother, the of machines. You can see me here company. Lee Porter, who is teaching W. M. Owen of the best teachers they have had' community a good citizen and his every Saturday, DEALER IN school near Orlando, spent Satur- for many years and hope to secure Mt Vernon Ky Mr. J. W. Casper and Miss children a kiud, loving and deday and Suuday with Dr. and Mrs. Sunday voted father. her valuable services for the 'next Celia Gentry" were married WHISKIES' WINES, &c. &c Pennington aflemocn by Rev. J. C. Carmical session. 2nd. That this tent expend to Suits mac'evto order, a fit guarat the home of the brides parents, ,iROWLAND,KY ch-rJohn Harvey Knuckles was fined hog and corn of The ihe bereaved family its deepest anteed, from ?7.p up Houk Fine whiskies at Mr. atid Mrs Geo. W. .Gentry. $50 Tuesday by Squire Sigman for stealing and the iwe'uty-od$2 and up lnte their sail loss. &son. E, B. Coxand Miss Ida May Ad sympathy .111 unlawful shooting, and placed in indictments for whisky selling iu loving rememb3rd. That Our Rockcastlejfriends can write u. J Javis ana .Miss Kosa jail same day by Ben Lear, to woik have given the inhabitants of. ams; rance, of him, the many commendor Tele"honk. the attendants. Gently, were For the best shave or it out. Egypt, which is below Orlnndo, a Alter the ceremony a splendid sup able virtues that characterized him, hair-cu- t to be had within very severe case of hysterics com- per was The bride wore shall be enshrined in our htarts served Rockcastle go to Purdom Mrs. James Mnret entertained bined with the disease of a traveling Miit of purple silk our lives may b made .better by the Mt Vernon barber. the following ladies at dinner: Mrs waitt wilb gray skirt aucbearried a having known a id associated with Elizabeth Lawrence, Miss Lena him. Dr. Percy Bcutou, of Brdhead, lagre bouquet uf white chrysantNewconib and Mrs. Dr. W. A, Wanted: Wood aud coal in 4 th. That a opy of these of n crowd Quite Dr. E. J. Brown, of Stanford, with hemum-;. Browrt, of Parksville exchange for tuition at Collegiate be enter d fy the records went over tn friends, many from a distance, Judge Williams, Call on Dr, A. E. , of this Tent, am lcopy furnished Institute. wit-We-arin icceipt of a letter from Mt. Sterling, Wednesday on .1 visit gathered to see the bride nud Manufacturers Mt. V,erhou, Ky. Ewers, of th deceased. Chas Cechleiter ordering his paper to Hon. H, B. Kinso'.ving, whose lies- the marriage as well as to of Limn nud .brick. G.JJ. Grifpin, changed from Bfoomington, Ind., wife is Dr. Benton'.-- , sister, where finale of the .choice, eatables.. , B. J, Bbthurum. Call and see my line of fancy They also furnish Lime, Buil'Miig to Spenccs, Ind. He says he was they "carved ,, Xjie turkey - fie Tt,c liappvpAir left on night train Committee, W. A. B. DAyiS, groceries and get bargains. Stone, rough quarry face or out 1 j Li ;iiitott. where Mr Casper robbed cf $139 in his boarding bone' on yesieiuay and will re-- , Jonas, McKenzie, S. W. Davis. Orders 'promptly filled 111 b is at pr MAKER. kouse a short time since. eiiyiJ turn r 1 rtit-efS. 9 Mt. Vernon Signal !5 Hfifff S j lyikjj. .Jimju iiiuiiijiwwyHii-i,)l,iV.irir- ..,- -. i .....,,.. 'I '& ii.ui ' v & m'li KifA , rf t Mt.-Verh- on 1 &ec-n- .f 1- -tr ve .f Attorney l, t BROW' 4 d, Attorney BatI a w, ceuts-Rockcast- le 22-l- b w, -- 1 W, R. McClure S has-mad- e GROCER Hotel Frith Brodhead, to-da- y; fn f. - FERRLL ge d j ( or you'11-be-caugh- t. reso-lUio- n- MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY c the,-famil- - t- 1' to-da- y, s-- iu. U,. , "(- I- r tit ..." ! i wi- - - y. k TlfFPP.T - T TF&WrrB t w v r !a Wr i n tee A.. 9 7". r i f GUIDED BY INTUITION. CJ.'f. J. 7l OUCR lO 1U persistently, ana you tviusoon haze a cure. Hits medicine has cured l.'.ou- sands of others and it tulll do the same If you are sick and discouraged tuith Imvure blood, catarrh or rheum '"sm. Hood's Sarsaparitla faithfully And Woman Jumps at'Conclnalaim Without HcaortliiB to Logic nnd Winn. j ; .... t.t..- - i "I begin to think there is no limit to woman's intuition. It frequently enables her to read chnractcr on sight, but what gets me and strikes me as uncanny is the fact that this same intuition projects her knowledge into the future and makes her about as conversant with things to come ns with things Let me illustrate. When the copper mar- was so active I nut in hours even' day studying Quotations, iluctuatfons. and the As the result of a conclusion Outlook. reached by this careful method I invested $200, made good margins, and was finally glad to let go with a loss considerably larger it. A European scientist claims to have diicor-fre- d an apparatus which will stimulate the" brain. It has been tried on school boys, and consists of an electric band. While scientist havo been busy invepting unnatural ways. Of making the brain work, Ilosletter's Stomach JJlttcrs has for fifty years been doing it naturally. It cures dyspepsia and all stomach troubles and builds up and invigorates the entire system. There is nothing "just as good." The rich, talented, handsome stranger prostrates himself at the feet of tho beautiful cashier in the laundry. "He minel" he implores. "Am I dreoming!" the young girl asks herself, anxiously. She has not long to remain in doubt. For she presently spurns the rich, talented, handsome stranger and marries the boiiermaker to whom she had plighted her bow-legge- d lSleotrlcltr for Urn In. Snrcly a Drcntu. jrrrrsssj MATTER FOR CONGRESS. two-cen- gi'ravaji7l3Fi?wrjejiy t A than my original investment. "During a period of confidence and in the enjoyment of prospective riches I had told troth. This, of course, makes it a cinch that sho Vrctty Girl with Pnntlillona Pnlatt my wife of my investment and of the good things she might expect when the deal was is dreaming. Detroit Journal. Makci n SiiRKCxtlon Urtrnrillrir; closed. It gave her the speculative fever I'oatncc Stumps. lion's Thlaf and she was bound to make a plunge. She doesn't know what .the word stocks means. We offer One Hundred Dollars Heward STes, ten t ones, please," said. Uic A maikct report is Greek to her. She cannot be cured of with the Dewey button on her jacket couldn't figure on the outlook if she had all for any cae Catarrh that Cure. npel, as she (topped at the window marked the data and n slate and pencil. Yet sho by Hall's Catarrh Co., Props., Toledo, O. F. J. Cheney & "Stamps." "Haven't they a horrid tostc?" came to me with 9100 she had saved in old known F. J. We, she went on, laying her letters on the little teapots and stockings and told me to buy Cheney the undersigned, have believe him for the last 15 years, and shelf in front of the window and leisurely P. Q. M. shares. I snecringly told her that perfectly honorable in all business transacputting on the dainty pink hits of paper. they were dead and buried; that she might tions and financially able to carry out any I wonder why they don't have assorted as well invest in a dry oil well or a sunken obligations made by their firm. flavors in the glue the tame as they do in ship. JUit her mind was made up. I thought ice cream soda or anything like that. I the lesson would be a cheap one for her and West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, To' ledo, O. think it would be awfully nice to buy ten I obeyed. & cents' worth of vanilla two cents, or choc"Those shares took a sudden jump to the Walding, Kinnan O. Marvin, Wholesale olate special deliveries, you know; and if you surprise of everyone nnd she cleared J$2,000. Druggists, Toledo, Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken internally, wanted revenues, why: they could be in 'Men don't seem to have any business sense,' high tone flavors, or caramel, or she said, when we compared notes. 'P. Q. acting directly upon the blood and murous California fruit. I think it would be great, M. stands for pretty quick money, but a surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per botTestimonials tle. Sold by all Druggists. and you'd sell more stamps, too, you know, stupid man would never see it.' 'cause girls would buy them just to lick oil "Heavens!" Then the Detroit broker who free. the flavors. Wish 1 were a man and could go had been talking dashed to the floor a Hall's Family Pills are the best. to congress. I'd fix lots of things up nice. cigar he had just lit. Detroit Tribune. Gond-by.- " Orlirln of Thnnksalvlnjr Da jr. She gave the last stamp a pat with her "Wc ought to do something to make ourhand and tripped away, and the young man OZARK AGRICULTURE. selves solid with posterity," remarked one behind the bars at the window sighed and of the Pilgrim Fathers. leaned his weary brow upon his hand. Chi"That's so," replied Ins companion. "How How Farmer Practice notation of cago Tribune. would it be to inaugurate a national holiday Crops In Thnt Prolific that will be a convenient time for football To Lot Anodes nml Southern CaliRegion, tutti-frutt- rff5 '" Qmn 'fAjm Si a - IDNEYS. LIVER and Bowels mMssmm THEMAftmMttWKmm&&mm tmmmm 6leaNSEs lr Ufy da SJMjcTflV tifmiisY ',:'.: SftSHNM && -- -- - Every Friday night, at 10:35 p. m., a story appreciates through Tourist Car for Los Angeles and a Ozark humor quite amazed the other that day the Southern California, leaves the Chicago, at scientist was farmer, after killing a nest observing a Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Union Pas- of snakes turned up by the plow, arrange the senger Station, Chicago, via Omaha, Col- dead snakes in the furrow before he went orado Springs and Salt Lake City, for all back to the plow. points in Colorado, Utah, Nevada and Cal"Why do you do that, my good man? the ifornia. asked. In addition to the regular Pullman por- scientistfarmer looked scThe ter, each car is accompanied by an intelli- ientist, and, seeing that ho was really in gent, competent and courteous "courier," search of information, replied: who will attend to the wants of passengers "I do that so the plow will cover the en route. This is an entirely new feature snakes on the next round." of tourist car service and will be appreciSeeing that the scientist was still mystiated by families or by ladies traveling fied, the farmer continued: alone. Particular attention is paid to the "I cover the snakes so that they, will decare of children, who usually get weary on a compose. That is what you call it, isn't it?' long journey . "Yes," said the scientist, with a rising inThese, tourist cars are sleeping cars sup- flection. plied with all the accessories necessary to "Well," continued the farmer, "the demake the journey comfortable and pleasant, composition of animal mflttcr furnishes and the berth rate (each berth will accom- nourishment for the plant life, I believe!' modate two persons) is only ?0 00 from Chi"Yes," again said the scientist. cago to California. Ask the nearest ticket "Then snakes will make corn grow, agent for a tourist car folder, or address Geo. won't they?" triumphantly asked the H. HeafTord. General Pass, nnd Ticket farmer. Agent, Chicago, 111. "Yes." said the scientist. "And whisky will make more snakes, won't it, mister; that is what wc call roStntlstlrnl AM. "Billy, there are more than 8,000 women tation in the agriculture of this region. St. Louis farmers in the United States." "Is that so? Well, I'm going to make my wife get a hen, or a cow, and take care of JUST MARRIED. me." Indianapolis Journal. fornia. games?" The rest is history. N. Y, Journal. '" .... Ilomcscekcra Kxciiraton. Tickets nro on sale at all principal ticket ofllcM of tho C. H. & D. lly., on the first .rtfiLb EFFECTUALLY ,-- mb .A. . m. m m rs. wvmmmMmmammm C vour interest to consult your nearest C, H. & V. Agent or writo D. O. Edward, P. T. M., Cincinnati, O. mid third Tuesdays of each month. Low round trip rate. nre made to. points in the West. South nnd Southwest. If you n trip this winter it will be to Suspicious, Stranger Do you know a man around here by the name of Hroun? Alan in the Door lir tall man? "Can't say; you see, I never met him. I am an attorney and a rich relative of his has died and left liim a fortune." "I'm Brown walk right in. Do you Know, l tnougnt you were the new gas col' lector." Ohio State Journal. - mwmmim PiiHIIIIlil W' vsmiiMiMiiaiBJiiiMin imma-Mvnmmmi ncSPTUS -- OVERCOMES f Ci j C3'ail 5 filEaJ jvriYffM a Jzjiiu&i wftfflMm m WBm n."i xy iMia ;Mmwm$m m O wv m i ' nil"! tJHBI c wit" ictiiu ','.?l4asSP.SSl3?l It Is tho only safo and sure cure lnr croun and pneumonia, ito opium to stupefy. No ipecac to nauseate. 50 cents. A. P. Hoxsie, Uuifalo, N. Y. Is Hoxslo's Croup Cure. The I.lfe Snvcr of Children. CONSHPATI a na cmairA tt JlABITUAL PtKMANtNlLY. KPtHKOHikm m an lssm&ffiwsmm R .. n'RSIlB'li ? i, ..'. :h ) A gprx irar ilU A.V Globe-Democra- How "Hubby" Order IXTTES TO URS. riHXBAU HO. WJjS Ilia Supplies Through the Telephone. Medicine if They Only Know, ly Try Mrs. PInkham's "Inm bo gratoful to you for what Lydla E. PInkham's ATcffctablo Compound hns dono for ino that I feel na though I must tell about it. A Women year ago I was Would Sure- taken very sick. to deaden tho pain which I had almost constantly. I got soma of your Compound and took one. bottlo Doc tors could do mo no good only Mrs. ing Says and received benefit from it at onco. I hnvo taken it ever sinca nnd now havo no backache, no pain in my side and my stomach and bowels aro perfectly well. I can honestly 6ay that tlicio is nothing liko it. If I could only tell every woman how much good your mcdlcino has dono mo, they would surely try it." MauxiiaM.Kino,Nobtu Attleboho, MAss. Tho way women trlflo with health Bhows n degreo of indifference pastunderstanding. Happiness and usefulness depend on physical health; bo docs ti good disposition. Disease makes women nervous, irritablo and snappish. Tho very effort of ailing women Its Glory Gone. to bo makes them nerIn one of the finest cities of our west lives a certain man who has been vous. Write to Mrs. Plnkham, she will there prominent all his life in the work of buildhelp you to health and happiness. and theaters. He has been Itcodtsnothing togetMrs. PInkham's ing busy managing to have much time for too at this advice. Her address is Lynn, Mass. reading. When his pile was made h " good-nature- that is When a young man marries and opens up home one of his chief anxieties is to appear master of the situation and as much like a veteran as possible, iilueton, who wtAild be widely known by his real name, is a new benedict and just settled. Hero is a sample selected from his almost continuous conversation at the telephone: "Send me up a pound of carpet tacks. Number? I don't know anything about the number of tacks in a pound. All you've got to do is to fill my order. And, say, send me half a peck of nails. Tenpcnnys! I'm not asking the price, am I? Yes, half a peck; that's what I said. Now 1 want a saw. Don't you know your business? This is a nrivato residence Mr. Blue ton's residence. It's no lumber mill. I don't want any buzz saw or gang saw, just a regular house saw. Throw in a hammer and a hatchet and a stcpladder. And say, I want a good strong stove Icz;. We broke one in moving. None of rour business who made the stove. All you'vo got to do is to send up the leg." After swearing for a few minutes Blueton was rattling awny at the grocery: "Three pounds of steak. What kind? Iletfstcak, of course. We're not eating horsestcalc or sheep steak at our house. Three yards of sausage. Never mind, now, how other people buy it. I always buy by the yard. A gallon of coffee, two dozen frying onions, half a bushel of oranges yes, half a bushel. Now, whose make of canned goods do you handle? All right, send us a couple of cases of selected, a quarter of a section of cheese, half a bale of lettuce, two loaves of bread, a of those pail of butter and a sack of sugar. Yes, Just a regulation sack, you know. And, hold Deon, put in a basket of eggs. Good-by.troit Free Press. & cigar-shape- A nervous drummer, who carries with him wherever he travels a coil of rope, was asked by the landlord of a small hotel up in Shasta county what; the rope was for. "That's a fire escape," explained the drummer, "and I always have it with me so in case of fire I can let myself down from the window." "Seems like a pretty good idea," sald.lho landlord, "but guest with lire escapes par in advance at this hotel." San Francisco Wave. ' and Fever Is a bottlo of Giiovb's Tasteless Cuii.l. Toxic. Itis slmplylronandnuinlneln rrice,&0e. it tasteless form. Nocuro-iiopa- y. girl got up another rum-- i The this morninc." "What was she ancrv about?" "One of her heads bought a hat just like that which the other one worc,"- two-head- Protection nt Uoth End. A i The Ileiit Prescription for Chill Byy-TH&QENVINE-MANr- D- BY C (AtoKNlA-JTv . London Answers. SYKVP - Toko Laxatlvo Dromo Qulnlno Tablets. All druggists refundmoncylf It falls to cure. 20c To Cure n Cold In Una Day 0 T sena us t, i-- "How do you pronounce the last syllabh of that word 'butterine?' asked the customer. "The last syllable is silent," stiffly replied the grocer. London Answers. The Public Awards the Palm to Hale's Honey of Horchotind and Tar for coughs. Pike a Toothache Drops Cure in otic minute, There generally comes a time in the life of a man who has money to burn when it is necessary for him to sift the ashes. Town Topics. j ai , YTH CO. 'MAILORDER. HOUSE.. iMMOTH Tl50 SSk ?WEST MADISON BT? to 166 CHICAGO After phvsicians had given me up, I wss saved by Piso's Cure. Ralph Ericg, Pa., Nov. 22. 1893. When you see a man eager to confer a small fault the chances are he has a larger one to conceal. Chicago Daily News. Sweat and fruit acids will not discolor goods dyed with PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. Sold by all drucgists. 5,000 GUITARS AT Tab Guitar b mode of tfie finest Imita tion mahopany wltn or walnut linger- board, pearl inlaid position dots and German silver raised fretst it lias fancy inlay around pound bole and best quality American patent heads; the top of Guitar is beautifully bound witii celluloid; it is strung witn a full set of best quality steel springs and is ready to play upon. $2.65 4Un41rr liia I 5 "4 "7"" d THIS ELEGANT GUITAR FOR $2.65 . . . .. 5,000 01 them, no less, . No tnoro, tho largest than. probably contract In ultars ever made on Imtrument that post- UtdIt sells from 3.50 to S7.00, Who tills lot Is exhausted vr cannot duplicate this offer, Qimntlttr talks. Onlr br opcr a tins' on such a big scalo, together with our small prollt lolicy, could such an offcrins ba possible Another reason for aisDenslmr such a bargain broadcast is tho confidence to feel that etory jrultar sold it ill win for us a patron and a friend wlino recommendation we can count upon. Wo will forward the guitar to any address C. O, D., subject to examination, upon receipt of 50c, Wo, however, adrlso that cash In full bo sent, as that saves return charges tor money and wo stand perfectly ready to refund money If the frnltar is not all and more than wo claim lor it. iiomomDcr our special prico on &,uuu ot them only is n we will send you Demorest's W. L. DOUGLAS $3 & 3.50 SHOES Worth S4 to $6 compared l,uou,uuu carers. The minting hve V. L jjwi on mm umor IMUKU5. Indorsed by over started for Europe and visited the various Among other cities he took in countries. THE MARKET& Rome. It chanced that he drove out in the country and was shown the Coliseum. Cincinnati, Not. Is, a theater. The Tho guide told him it was When he came LIVESTOCK Cuttlo common 2 60 a 3 it old man was surprised. 4 Ct 5 j Select back he was asked about his trip; he men- CAL.VES-I'ii- rto i utchors Naturally he was asked if IIOCIS Com 89 nnd pood light,: BOO fa 0 10 tioned Rome. 8 40 3 80 heavy He had. Ho he had seon the Coliseum. 3 7J Mixed packer 3 to didn't think much of it. To quote his own ., .. 3 80 in 3 B7U Llvlit shippers words: lit llluT ducr solid rosewood fl II Family Magazine fnf Ifiree months and give you two handsome pictures in fen colors, exact repro ductions of famous oil paintings. They are 8 by J J Inches. This offer of this great family magazine is only good for 60 days. Wrlto to DEMOREST'S 110 M3 '. I Douglat' name and price stamuea on ooitom. laKC no substitute claimed to he XOTy as rood. Your dealer diould keer them II. not. we will send a rair nn recetnt nt nrlee. Mate kind of eather, site, and width, plain or cap toe. Catalogue 1) free. but it's in ruins now." Detroit Free Press. "It was a blamed good house once, KHEni'-Cbo- kc, LAMHS .JLW'rK KSwaSP By the time a man succeeds in reaching the top of the ladder he is too old to enjoy the scenery. Chicago Daily News. of the stealing done nowadays goes under another name. Chicago Daily News. Two-third- s OUAIN Wheat No. a red, 'J ri.OUlt Winter pitcnt No. Srrinir- - 3TS 3K5 B10 ffi 6 5 i red 33 C0 -.. Cv.rn Nj, mixed OjU No. a Itye Na 2...; HAY Prime to choice PKOVISIONS Moss pork.. ,.. UUTTEK-Chol- a 0 ta a I5jfr& 3 00 1 40 3 67 Cft 6K ) 33W MAGAZINE YORK CITY Art Department FIFTH AVENUE, NEW M ro W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton, Mass. I'ird WWsmW-irW-WsmaW- , 4' Personally Conducted i California 9 Excursions i. patch. Life's path is always strewn with thorn to the man who misconstrues. Chicago Dis- Choice creamery. APPLES Choice to fancy X'OT ATOES-P- er brl CHICAGO. co dairy 5413 51 frUOUO 4 87H' $2.65 if., SV4 fell Q C jJk 50 3 55 C7 Fn whlch.it llBvuiyuniik listedliTlowett wholesale prices i ra FLOUn UKAIN-Whcai Winter p.iteni 3 , No. COUN-N- Chicago spring , , NaS red.... ft d on rec vposiade PESTER Send your name and address on a I postal, and we will send you our 156-- 5 page illustrated catalogue free. WINCHESTER ' o.'.' OATS LAIiU-Stc- PORK Mess am No. 2 tl t,n tltl 31?( 3I, 231? 23 7 C5 4 60 3 60 $n loigooaiaun tntiur i snowed on first Via the Santa Fe Route. I t bS Manager California Tourist Ssrrloe, The Atchison, Topeka & Santa f e Railway, .v ' ..-- . 109 Adams Street, CHICAGO. . .n k - . . ...--- . 7 Three times a week from Chicago and Kansas City. Twice a week from St. Taut and Minneapolis. Once a week from Bt. Iouls and lloston. In Improved Futlman tourist sleeping cars. Detter than everhefore, at lowest possible rates. Experienced excursion conductors. Also dally service between Chicago and California. Correspondence solicited. T. A. GRADY. NEW YORK. FLOUR Winter patout WHBAT-N- o, 2 red CORN Na 2 mixed ItYE .....! OATS-Ml- xcd PORK Newmess ,..' LARD Western tt i a;t4 3 iJPI5 8J 61 uji 30ft l taasantast, most powerful, iilflnatrar falllnir 1U3MKDY for effective and 9 00 it j WU Ore 5 a 3 UmW TRAPS UAKK i i Sick headache. Food doesn't digest well, appetite poor, bowels con stipated, tongue coated. It's your liver I Ayer Pills are liver pills, easy and safe. They cure dyspepsia, bjliousness. 25c. All Druggists. Pi lid A - I1ALTIMORE. , FLOUR Family...., UHAIN-Wh- oat Na 2 rod ,.... Southern , ,, uorn Aiixeu Oats-2 white live No. 2 western CAITLE-Fl- rst quality UOU& Western INDIANAPOLIS. aRAIN-Wheat2 red .... Corn Na 2 mixed, ., , ,. Oats Na 2 mixed..'. LOUISVILLE. FLOUR Winter pitont No. No. 3 20 ) 6SK SS 50 70 67 Sclatlra, Neurslsla, I.A. 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