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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vil 1 Ottu n n I a = L VOLUME XIV MT VERNON R OCK CASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 13 1900 NUMBER 33 TELL MY FRIENDS TQ BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE TELEGRAMS The following telegrams were introduced and filed with the records as evidence on the trial ot the application for bail by W H Cul ton one of the defendants charged with being accessory to the mur der of Governor Goebel t TELEGRAMS ARE PRODUCED Mrs W B Anderson I called for the Commonwealth being duly sworn examined by Mr Franklin testified as follows Q Where is your place of residence AI am the operator at Barbonrville of the Western Union Telegraph Co My husband is the manager QHave you in your possesion messages received at that office by Caleb Powers John L Powers C Powers John John Powers Powers P Caries Finle or Finley A yes sirThe telegrams were submitted to the Court for examination to determine their relevancy The Court picked out the following telegrams as being germain to the case Bar Iur t1leJKy Jan 1ToGeorgeG Thompson East Bern stadt KyHow mamy can you in sure from Laurel Wire immediately C Powers No time of receipt Barbourville KyJau 23To Judge Caperon Somerset Ky How many can you insure from Pulaski Wire immediately C pjm Barbourville Ky Jan 237 1960 HI K Rice Bineville Ky How many can you insure from Bell Wird immediatelyC 650 Barbourville Ky Jan 231900- H H Howard Hagan Va Howmany can yeu insure from Harlan Wire immediatelyC QAt what hour wasthat message filed in the office in Barbour ville A4o p m Mr Franklin I desire to have that noted along with thetelegram Barbaurville Ky Jan 24th 1900 Supt AL Siler Williams burg Ky How many can you insure from Whitley Wire immediately C Powers 425 p m Barbonrville Sunday Jan 23 Hon Charles Finley Williamsburg Ky Can oincoine to Barbour ville this evening Wire outlook C Powers 1203 noon JanuaryI3IgooJohn Powers cure Richard Rose Williamsburg Ky Come home first trainJ Important W W Tinsley 215 p im Barbourville Ky Jan 24 1900 To faints Sparks London Ky How inanycan you insure from Laurel and arT Wire mimedi ately C Powers 4Igvp m- Bafbonrville Kyt Jan 24 1900 To the Hon W J Davidson FranKfortKy Meet me at Gal House Louisville morning Too late to charge Chas Finley IIM2 pIII March 10 1900 Frankfdrt Ky To John L Powers Barbour lKC Warrant for you Do not come here until a fair trial is assureu Friends Recd at ii a m March lOt lgpO Frankfort Ky WTo BarbourMtulle tay in the mountains un tiUyyoun re assured a fair trial v i Caleb 740 iLm To H1H Howard Hagan Va Hat oXiKctitiohs been met Wire t3ila vl stg Pi fevand ttt r r lil ed out i41Utl silt fjI i f i 3 Barbourville Ky Wednesday Igo1oHouse Louisville Ky We have sufficient transportation here Shall we pay your check Wire Caleb Powers The first name Caleb written and the aleb pr1m February 20 night Tgoo dated London Depot KyTo F D Sampson Barbourville Ky You netd not come to London I had to stop Caleb Powers No time Mardh ior 1900 Louisville Ky To John L Powers Barbourville Ky Warrant out for you Look out Dont come tQ Frankfort now C 10 a m Datad Frankfort Ky 30 to W H McDonald Barbourville Bring all the company you can ar range for Rest to followJ QHave you been the custodian of those telegrams AI- didnt tecalve this message at all My stepson received itF B And rson That message I think was in January received at 538 p m January 24Cambellsville Ky to Caleb Powers Barbourville Ky Only have twelve T R Davidson 945 a in January 24 Middlesboro Ky to C Powers Barbourville Ky two trains second follows fifteen minutes behind first win pick up all first cant carry F N Cecil 12 uoon January 24 booWilliarns burg Ky to C Powers Barbour yule 100 but I cannot go See letter A T Siler No time Tanuary 23 1933Williams- burg KyTo J L Powers Bar bourville Ky No you do sItold you A T Siler ga m January i4 1900 Williamsburg Ky to W W W Tinsley Bar bourville Will be at home this evening If necessary wiite or send a man to see me at Corbin J L Powers 830 a tits January 23 1900 Pineville Ky KyPresentcalculated on will go Chas CeciL STo time IgooToIJohn L Powers Barbourville Ky Come to London on Sunday morn ings train My expense Import rut C Powers 448 p m January a4 1900 To H Clay Rice Pineville Ky How man can you insure from Bell Wire immediatelyC Powers 635 pm February 6 1900 Frankfort Ky to Mr A M Decker Barbour yule Ky Cant compromise cvithout giving up all Oppose it IJanuary 24 r9o0Mt Vernon y to C Powers Barbourville Cy There will beabout a oo from sere probably mere 1 W BETHUREM Barbourville Kv Jau 24 L W Bethurem Kt Vernon K riHow many can you insure Rock cattle Wire immediately C POWERS withou Wime i r January 25 1900 From tiv ingston KY to John A Black Barbourville KY Met me eve ning train CHAS FINLEY 230 pin From FrankiprtiwKy ya11I24 1900 To C Pdwers Barbourville e K Tes party from here ivill see you this evening p GHAS FINLEY 4 piii 6t C Powers Barbourville Have too at Hagan Va on time H H HOWARD Recd at Bar bounrille 503 p m January 24 1900 East Bern stadt KyTo C Powers Bar bourville Ky Have eighty ready for night train Separate car if agreeableG THOMPSON No time January 24 1900 Lebanon Junction To J L Powers Bar bourville Ky I have about forty GEORGE S PAGE without time January 24 IgooLondon Depot KyTo C Powers Bar bourville Ky 0 K as to Laurel county Cant say as to Clay JAMES SPARKS 457 pEl January 24 1900 Middlesboro KyTo C Powers Barbourville Bell will furnish 123IF M COLE January 24Glasgow Junction KyTo J L Powers Barbour ville Ky About sixty with me GEORGE PAGE 456 p m January 23 1900 Brodhead KyTo C Powers Barbourville Ky I saw J OK at Mt Ver non M L COLE 1230 January 23 1900 Williamsburg KyTo Hon C Powers Bar bourville Ky Coming on evening train CHARLES FINLEY 105 Barbourville Ky Hon W J Davidson FrankfortI Ky My brother is Have you arranged boardinghouses Wire C POWERS 1205 Date r cal revenue stain J t January 23 March 2 1900 Capt J L Powers Pineville At Judge Moss assembled company No delay at all Come by rail Answer w H MCDONALD without time Barbourville Ky Tuesday Jan uary 23To H Clay Rice Pine ville Ky Wire me this evening of prospects P Mr FranklinI would like to have it indicated that C Powers had been writte in full on that tele gram before the cand the owers of the name Powers scratched out- Livingston Ky 25th from Bar bourville to Livingston 24th of JanuaiTW R Dillon Living stun Ky How many can you insure from Livingston Wire immediately C POWERS Canceled revenue stamp shows dateof January 24 GyHoward Hagan Va Will come to Hagan on early train Get to Harlan by 12 J L pOW RS230P mt Sent on 5th of February as wit ness thinks Barbourville Ky January 22 rgooTo Superintendent A T Siler Williamsburg Ky Is Spinley in Williamsburg How is Watkins Wire C POWERS i2e0p m Barbourvillci Ky January 22 Kpo =Geo G Fetter Printing Company FilL immediately the order Lsent you from Frankfort Wire CALEB POWERS 10 a mI Barbourville Ky January 23 1900 Hon W J Davidson Frankfort Ky Your friend can see mein Barbourville tomorrow CALEB POWERS 1015 p in Barbourville Ky January J9oofQ1 Cr Golden Flat Lid Ky Bring the boys All are i fine shape C POWERS 540 Barbourville Ky January 24 igoo ToF M Cecil Middles j r Kv H Nmat17 men cilh- jJli iLi fkfKir 2 7 t l you insure from Bell Wire im mediately C POWERS 330 p- Barbourville m Ky January I9ooThe Hon Chas Finley Frankfort Ky care WJ David son Do you want me to come to Frankfort tonight C POWERS 3 p m IJanuar 3oTo C Powers Ky Is John Powers there If not wire him company calledw MCDONALD 320 p m- Barbourville Ky January 26 To the Hon Caleb Powers Frankfort Ky Fiuleys check here forfJohn A Black 1040 a m J iFlat Lick KY Jan 23 1900 KyIin the moruing W H McDonald Received at 42op m- Franlcfort Ky January 26 IgooTo John A Black Barbour ville Ky Money ready to paycheck soon Might hold check until it comesC 145 p m SUSPICIOUS TELEGRAMS D H Sinclair formerly manager of the Postal Telegraph Com Hetsaw Goebel on the morning of the assassination Goebel Chinn and Lillard said the witness were about 10 feet east of the Statehouse gate when I saw them Iwsventttouiyryuffice andmal out fifteen minutes a lot of telegrams were sent me in a white envelope marked personal They were signed by Gen Collier Mr Franklin handed Sinclair two of these messages which he identified assent by Collier One was to Col Roger D Williams Lexington and the other to Col C C Mengel Louisville Each of these telegrams read IAll right Signed DR Collier Mr Sinclair read the following additional telegrams sent from Frankfort just after the assassination At 1130 a m January 30 to C C Mengel Louisville All right DR Collier At 1204 pm January 30 Col D W Gray Louisville All right D R Collier At 1257 P m January 30 Miles Williams Eminence Ky Riot has commenced Bring 206 men George Denny At iH57 a m January 30 E L Motley Bowling Green Ky Riot has commenced Send SoD George Denny Similar telegrams were sent on the same morning and at the same time to Clay Elkins Stanley Mil lard and Gray Faulkner at Lexington asking for 500 men and signed S G SharpM On January 24at 3 P m the following telegram vfasV sent from Frankfort Wheeler McGee Louisville Ky Send 400 pounds boneless cook ed ham and 500 loaves of bread CaptjJ W Davis In answer Judge McGeef tale graphed from Louis ville H iCapt J W Davis I qlqkfrtl Ky Will express as soon as possible in themdrjiiiig Any orders attendbcGeen Another order vas sett fudge McGee on the following Vday Sinclair further testified that the J Gontinued onrfourthp agi i it l i itr j r FirsttoI Bank OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 5100000 Surplus 17320 DIRECTORS J W Hayden W P Walton J H Collier M D Elmore- G Ried T P Hill S H Baughman W A Tribble 1 M J Miller and S T Harris We solicit the accounts ol the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busi ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspond ence with a view to business relations invited J S fiOCKER Pres JNO J McROBERTS Cashier A A McKINNEY Asst Cashier COLLYER OWEN UNDERTAKERSh Caskets Coffins Robes Etc Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KENTUCKY The Lincoln County NATIONAL BALK OF STANFORD KY u l Capital looooo lTete rsors to Farmers Bank t Trust eo STANFORD KY And continuously under same management for scjr years Solid yvr Bank account hopiug such business relations will prove materiall profitable and pleasant DIRECTORS J TJJL Lyim J S vslc Sr S H Shanks William G log J f Cash A W Carpenter t J B Ow ley W H Cummins I S rH SHANKS President J B OWSLEY Cashier V M BRIGHT Asst Cashier GOTOr JONAS MCKENZIEWIT VERNON s KY For Everything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes and General Merchandise BET GOODS AT LIVING PRICKS WILLIS 1 GRIFFINPractical Undertaker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Keeps Coffinsr Caskets Robes Linen Bosoms Cuffs and Collars furnish Metallic Caskets and have Embalming done on short notice and easy terms Orders by telegraph nr telephone promptly attended to day and night 4 t W W WITHERSIs still sawing wood in the same old woodshed the chains are loosed from the Dogs of War and the mam moth i FURNITURE STORE JL is running in full blast The goods aie bought right therefore they are sold right Come to Stanford your freight is paid your fare is doubly saved and you will 1 find a stock second to none in Kentucky Furniture Wall Paper Oil Cloths Carpets Window Shades Rugs Mattings Lace Curtains picture frames W W WITHERS STANFORDE fL iH MtVernon Signal FRIDAY MAY n 1900 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION OWE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the HON G G GILBERT OF SJHLBY COUNTY VU candidate for reelection to Congress from this the Eighth district subject to any regular action of the Democratic partyI Two more men who held office tin jiffr Taylors short lived ad ministration have given strong evi dence against the men indicted for the conspiracy which resulted in the death of William Goebel In the trial for bail McKenzie Todd who was Taylors private secretary and J B Mathews who was assist ant Secretary of State under Powers strengthened corrobor ated the statements of the Repub lican witnesses Todd swore that at the time he issued pardons un der Taylors directions to Caleb Powers and John Davis when the- were Y ready to flee he also issued pardons to W H Culton Chas Finley and Harland Whitaker He also gave very damaging tes timony against Youtsey as the arch conspirator of this terrible crime and fully established the fact that the assassin fired from the office o Caleb Powers to which Youtsey had been given a key by Powers with a knowledge of what was to be done Mathews entered Pow ers office through the transom and found three rifles on the fib or and the window raised about 18 inches with the curtain drawn down Told testifier as to repeated conferences between Taylor Powers and You- sey and also told of the placing rifles in Powers office a few days before the assassination An hour before the fatal shot was fired Taylors soldiers were prepared for active service only waiting for th shot to be fired and when it w fired tooK immediate possession the Executive Building From the testimony of Golden Culton Valter Day Todd and many other Republicans No sane man how ever blinded by political prejudice can deny but that a preconcerted plot to take the life of Gov Goeb has been completely established and that by the evidence of Republicans themselves The telegrams printed on the first page shows be yond doubt the preparations to do what way done The friends of Hon James B McCreary are urging him to become a candidate for Governor this fall He filled the executive chair so able from 1876 to 1880 that he won the merited title of the Model Governor However we s ermi that he will decline the honor Gov Beckham will be the nominee McCreary has ever been the free of the people laboring in season and out of season for their benefit He has ever been their strong and able champion and at the coming state convention we expect to see him sent as delegate from the state atlarge to the Kansas City con vention He deserves it and no doubt will receive it James Howard of Clay county charged with complicity in t murder of Gov Goabel has sur rendered himselt to Sheriff White of Clay conuty The Sherift an his prisoner left London at 10 oclock over the L and N 111atheagainst him and that he had no fearsas to the final result He said he would be a free man as socn as the case was tried He thought he v would be allowed bond Ic dt tt tulltstJay uie l O tin the hoard of Irutees of the town were filled by appointmeui of H H Baker and D S Purdom two conscientious men who have the best interest of our town at heart Instead ef abusing UK trustees back biting and slandering the officers let us go to work to builld up and not tare lieu Search from one end of the county to the other and you will never find a successfuland thrifty town that is not incorporated Every business socjal religions and commercial interest demands it POWERS Davis Youtsey Witta ker and Combs the men charged kith being either accessories or principals in the murder of Govi Goebel were taken from the Franklin county jail to Georgetown jail Wednesday last through the pouring rein The prisoners hadnothing but praise for the Franklin county officers for the way they had treated them At the Republican district convention which was held in Nicho lasvtll Wednesday Gen D R Collier of Garrard county was elected by acclamation and Tom Ballard of Anderson county was chosen for the second place defeating B J Bethurum the other candidate by four votes We will soon know who is the Gov of Kentucky for on next Mon day the 14th the Supreme Court will hand down its decision It is conceded by the Republicans of Washington that the decision will be in favor of Mr Beckham r a x LIVINGSTON 3 3I fCharlie Hahn was visiting his sister Mrs Monk Saturday and Sunday Uncle Ashley Owens went to Mt Vernon Saturday for the first time since last fall W M Fields returned Sunday from a visit to his home in Lincoln homte SundayoSam Magee spent Sunday with friends in Laurel county Miss Eva Baugh has been visitt ing Miss Lida Cook this week visitinasweeofgk Mrs Kate Jackson of London was to see Mrs Will Wright Sat urday Born to the wife ot Jack Birk on the 1st i2pound boy Perelvisiting her sister Mrs Ward at this place Mr and Mrs Rhineheatt have taken rooms with Robert Burns I one off Mi Bowmans dwellings G M Ballard closed his school Friday and is now a salesman in John Magee s store George Harris clerk for John Magee for some time has returned to his home at Crab Orchard J T Blankenship has a contract theeGravesasDave Preston has bought a lot jns building a cottage on it It is reported that James Adams killed the largest rattle snake ever killed in the county about three miles below here William and Alfred Owens o Maretburg were here this week Saturdayfro heMiss Lucy Coffee is Visiting her sister Mrs Mila Pettit thdanRev Watson filled his appoint ment at the Presbyterian church Sunday lames Scott has movod back from Jcllico tolls old home nea Gauley Milt Cook and Sallie little son and daughter of jWCrt John Cook ire JUt iroui jeliico vi v Ihe rlai Lives at this pace Fred Hahn was here Monday on business Marsh Owens went to Maret burg Sunday to look after his farms Mrs BN Roller has purchased the handsome Cottage oil fields avenue where Mr R C Wade nov liv esiW G Mullins returned to Lon don Sunday Prospects ate fav orablethat he will soon sell his saw mill and close out his business at that place CASTORIAcr ik v j Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of WANTED I want to hire ten good teams to go to Jellico Tenn to haul lumber Will pay cash twiceamonthaJ W MAULER SON 3itf Mt Vernon Ky UNABLE TO WORK Chas Replogle of Atwater 0 was unable to work on account o kidney trouble After using Fol eys Kidney Cure four days he wa entirely well C C Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hagan Bros Livingston We have just received a large bill of flour in barrels and sacks which we guarantee to be as good as any on the market and our prices are such as not to be equaled by anY firm in town HOUK SON Great opportunity offiA d to d reliable men Salary of 15 p week and expenses for man with rig to introduce our Poultry Mix ture and Insect Destroyer in the country Send stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind Feb LOOK Top prices paid fo furs game eggs poultry hides feathers and all kinds of country produce A E ALBRIGHT BRO Cincinnati Ohio Reference Second National Bank Cincinnati First National Bank Stanford Ky Curry Tunis Nor wood Lexinton Ky An Epidemic Whooping Cough Last winter during an epidemic ofwhooping cough my children contracted the disease having s vere coughing spells We nad used Chamberlains Cough Remedy very successfully for croup and natural Iy turned to it at that time and found it relieved the coughand ef cureJoHNn E CLIFFORD Proprietor Norwood House Norwood N Y This remedy is for sale by Theo Wesley Those having subscribedstock in the new bank are requested to meet at the court house at i oclock Saturday May the igth NO USEL- TRYINGHI cant take plain codliver oil Doctor says try it He might as well tell me to melt lard or butter and try to take andffake milk or cream Ysoyou can take Scotts Einlsiii it is like cream but will feed and nourish when cream will not Babies and chit growfatfood does not nourish them Persons have been Known to gain a pound a day when taking an ounce of Scotts Emulsion It gets rthe digestive machinery in working order so That the ordinary food it Iydigesttdand assimilated 5oc and 100 alldruggists SCOTT BoW EChemistsJr M 7 i 1 U tt f t Owen cJarreU Qfthe Hoyer Wirel Company Lebanon visKpd hs father aUJrdfl anu15tlt daw LifkillHicks and hip son Rob ert huv ust returned horn a flung visit to tiiends at MoiIandKLy Rev G D Hejdricksou preached the funeral of Mote Owens who was killed by the trian Mrs Mattte Jarrett will leave here today for her home in Leba non J E Cox stopped off to see his best girl Sunday night Horace Benton went fishing Monday after the rain and caught a nice lot of fish W A Carson our accomplished painter is busy this week banging paper t W H Collyer still continues bout the same Mrs John Jaarett accompanied by Miss Vern Jarreit is spending a few days with her sister Mrs Len Parsons of Lebanon Janet SatfSunday sMrs J W Gilpin is much worse and not expected to live Biri Farris tells me he has inacres in corn on his farm 100 acres in one field ECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Does your Skin Itch and Burn Distressing Eruptions on the Skin so you feel ashamed to be seen in company Do scabs and Scales ScalperCracked Rash form on the Skin Prickling Pains in the Skin Boils Pimples Boric Pains Swollen Joints Falling Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers All these are symptoms of Eczema and Im parities and Poisons in the Blood To cure to stay cured take B B B Botanic Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to heal itching of e zema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thor oughly tested for 30 years Our readers are advised to try B B B For sale by druggists aL 1 per fulletreatment 5 Complete direc tions with each bottle So sufferers may test ita trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and Free personal medical advice given WANTED To buy poultry ot of all kinds We will pay tLe highest market prices HoUR SON 3Otf Mt Vernon Ky Pneumonia follows lagrippe but never follows the use of FoleyS Honey and Tar the great throat and lung remedy C C Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hagan Bros Livingston TO HEAL A HURT Use Banner Salve the great heal er Ics guaranteed for cuts wounds sores piles and all skin diseases C C Davis dt Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hagan Bros Livingston Why buy Handmedown when you can get tatlor made clothing as cheap 01 cheaper C C Davis whothave kidney and bladder troubles is to take a safe sure medicine like Foleys Kidney CUTert always benefits the KIDNEYS C G Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr t Clark Brodhead Hagran Bros L ingstou II r II iFAi eia6leFre parahoner i t1e Focdandne ling tl Stomachs uat i h t Promotes D1ge5liolt Cheerful neither0PiumMorphai2 g NOT Nt3C OTICII Jxi lmsllJTSJtlllEIJFCfrn PumPnJml4ALfe1ma J dulSdI Anise f tt f ItmJ dCtanfuit Saaar Htataytvgn fTaraK forConsUpaJnon Worms Convulsions ness and Loss 0 F feverjshI Pac Simile NEW YORK 1c a EXACT COpy OF WRAPPER SI0RIAI For and Have In Use For Year- sCASTORIA GREEN FRONTDRUGSTOREplace buy Drugs Patent Medicines Jewelry Sta tionery and Tobaccos Paints end Oils Carefully Prompt Attention All Times Call When Town C4 DAVIS COMt Yemen Ky Phone The Best and Surest Sold by JAMES MOORE Brodhead Ky who the raises plenty everything and keep For sale bags Francisco hotel keeper head will wait you W Moore 3943 1ST BANK NATIONAL LONDON KY Capital 50000 Stcrplu8 5ooo BOREING HOPEIJfresident VicePresident JACKSONCashier WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS W A CARSON Painter and Paper Hanger Brodhead Kentucky All workfirsLclass and guaran teed give satisfaction Phone No MT VERNON LIME COMPANY Manufacturers of Lime and brick They also furnish Lime Builin Stone rough quarry face cut Orders promptly filled z l Infants Children orRI The Kind You Away BouGht I Bears the Signature t of Over Thirty I THE li = 4 is the to Cigars Prescriptions Compounded at In t C No 3 Homestead Bone Black T Fertilizer at by use of i t of to sell to in too 1H F at Bro on Jas OF V M R M m to i l or WANTEDSPLIT 2X20 inches long all while C grade or better 12 per m- 2x23o inches long red 7 per m YI xi 28 inches long w itey per m DoI UIBii 4 per n- aSINGLE TREE BILLETS 2 x3 f 38 inches long white 22 per m 22 per m To be delivered at any station- on K D of L N or K C division will cull once every twe weeks L L JARRETT Inspector Brodhead Ky Hotel Frith F FRANCISCOJPropr Ijocated at the Depot JBodhe d Ky Good Livery Attached Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furs lunches for all trains 1WATCH CLOCK AND SPECTACLE REPAIRING By S C Franklin at Signal officcV Mt Vetttoti Ky NovvIstheTinieand Here Is The n Pla dtl buy you hatstor three good reasons Rig Stock Riliabie Gods Low Prices Ask to see otiri 56 trimmed LeghornsA beautiful hat for the vprice If otitvantsbonnet for your mother a hat for your wife and daughter a cap for your baby this the place to get them Srilors from 15C to S2 oo Lace caps for rabies 250 to Si 50 Hemstitched ribbon for the neck 25c ind35c peryd Ribbon or pasties 9 inches wide 650 nerYd MRS CLEO BROWN Mt Vernon Signal i VERNON ESr MAY ti 1900 Enured at the Mt Vcrn jt Rr Postoffice as tea ondClsst mail matter- MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 2rd Mon lay 10 Am CHURCHES ChfistiaiiHolds services 1st 3r Sunday at 11 a m and at G30 p in PresbyterianHolds services oh the 4tli Sunday Baptist ChurchServiees on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights PERSONALccc Dont fail to call on Mrs S W Davis for photos 333t C C Williams is in Tenuessee on legal business MJS Higgins one of the paupers died Tuesday morning Judge Williams went to Barbour ville on business Monday Judge Alcorn of Stanford was here on last Wednesday D L Carter of Langford was in town yesterday on business Mrs A C Menifee died at he home near Oak Hill Wednesday Mrs Sue Mullius visited her sis fer Mrs Joe Poynter here Tuesday Will Brown and wife of Level Green were in town shopping yes terdayRev J C Carmical fille d his appointment at Preachersville Sunday last Dr George Lawrence says Craig Xhomasoir is getting along very nicelyMr and Mrs Theo Wesley returned from a visit to Casey county Tuesday Mrs J T Gentry is here from Lebanon Junction visiting relatives this week R C Wade one of Livingstons leading merchants was here Wednesday on business J W Brown went to Brodhead Wednesday to look after some cases in Judge Pikes court v Dn J H Lawrence of Hydeii is visityg his brother Dr George Lawrence of this place Mrs J R Cass of Brodhea- andtent Saturday Sunday with Mr and Mrs James Hbuk Sr jphn W Marler and W R M lure went in Jelico first of wee looking afterlumber1 interest Dr Lewis the riseing young physician of Wildie was here attending the convention Saturda- Miss y J Famie Richardson of jBerea Lexijigton jQi Mrs B C Richardson at Willie this week n Bring your friends and try Mrs S W Davis for photos 333t Col R M Jackson and W H Carrier of London were here the first of the veek on business Mr and Mrs Jonas McKenzie went to Rowland Sunday to see Mrs John McKenzie who is very ill Miss Mary Campbell delivered lectures Wednesday and Thursday to the ladies on health and hy giene The gentleman who purchased the Capt Spradliu farm near Buckeye is here to take possession of it H H Baker and D S Purdpm have been appointed and accepted plaes on the Board of town trustees Dont forget the entertainment which will be given at the College May 25 by the baud an Philoma thian Literay Society I have just received a complete line cf photo material and can please you in any thing you want Mrs S W Davis 333t Dr Jim Sames returned from the Louisville medical college Saturday and J J Ping from the Bryan and Stratton business college Friday Messrs A N Bentley and B Virthe Republican convention held here Saturday last James L Joplin has been appointed Census Enumerator for this voting precinct and G M Bal lardof Liviugston for Walnut Grove Miss Callie Adams of Garrard county after a visit of several days to relatives here left Tuesday fo Barbourville to visit her sister Mrs Ed England I will be at the Miller House during the May tel m of circuit court prepared to do all kinds of dentalwork Ifyou need work give me a call DR P A PENNINGTON Dentist In Sundays Courier Journal was the marriagkof Mr Wade Cu of Cincinnati and Miss Lucy Crook whic will take place in next month Upon a general denial of all th parties both the defendant and th witnesses that Col Jack Chinn was the man who shot Gov Goebel disdZ Roberts proprietor of the mysc anke now at Berea Mr Roberts was from Manchester Clay county B j Bethufem W T Short W G Nicely W A B Davis this place Robt Cook J J of Wildie sand B IT Roller and A N Bently ot Livingston left Tiies day night to attend the lODistrict convention at NicrnlasvilleV r n You will also find Pulley belts Dog collar belts let belts and r belt buckles India linen for shirt waists and Lice to trim them inex ra quality Swiss embroidery Hamburg embroidery 2J5C to 25c per yd Elegant line of kid and lisle thread gloves from 250 to r oo per pair Dress trimmings stays brush binding hooks and eyes fancy braids c for dresses Will Coxs little child coughed up Wednesday night the grain of corn which has been lodged in its windpipe for over 41 days The child is getting along nicely and the l family think it will only be a few days until it will be well and hearty again W G Proctor says he has a hen which laid an egg last week almost as large as a goose egg and on the inside of the egg was an other just the size of an ordinary egg Both eggs vere well formed each having the white and yellow and also well formed shells TheW C T U Convention of the Eighth Kentucky District which was o have been held at Livingston May 16 and 18 has been postponed for a short time Positive date will be given later Mary R Patterson Dist Pres Amanda Anderson Secy NOTICE To the Committees Goebel Monument Fund We are requested by State Chair man Mrs C C McChord to send in our contributions to Monument Fund by June 1st You will make all the collections you can andre port same to me by May 30 at Mt Vernon ELLEN E BUTNER County Chairman or PINE HILL Jessie Pike is shipping some tanbark from this place John McHargue went to Mt Vernon Tuesday Dr Thomas is improving some he is able to bp around the house J B Owens is building a stone house near Uncle Geo Doan Wm Fields of Livingston was weekrJohn L Owens who has been very sick is at his mill again Mrs Clay Jackson has been very sick for several days Wilse Azbill had a fine mule crippled while logging Tuesday The Methodist have just closed a protracted meeting at this place it was a very successful meeting comesus Enumeroteor in Torthin the Crooked Creek precinct and Jake Sambrook in the precincte The SIGNAL and Twice awee Courier Journal one year for 125 Fish every Friday Be sure and come around to seeus May 4 tf JBouk Son WantedTo buya combined saddle and harness horse Must be firstclass in everyparticular W T Sparks Mt Vernon Ky Notice To those needing any ofdentistwork done Iwill beat the JopliiiHouse during the May ter of Circuit Court and will remian onen peek JT Grant Dentist May4 4t G C0G JH ORLANDO f0 OK2 W D IvIullins was at Mb Ver non Saturday J L Ball was hom trom Hazel Patch during the week A J Baker is working in the mines here Sam Mason has been visiting at his brothers for several days Gep Johnson was at Climax Sunday H L Tate was here during the week getting up witnesses for Circuit Court Henry Bales is now one of our leading farmers He has made a long string of new fence and otherwise improved his farm E B Langford is now working Iat Sparks ballast quarry v Everything is quiet here We dont hear of any Egyptian tea be ing used either for medicine or bait We are expecting Col Thomp sons fishing militia down from Mt Vernon to spend a few days this week Everybody remembers their visit last year Our dreamer sawin a vision a new railroad being constructed from this place to M keeI all the material was being taken from our county A large foundry was in the Sycamore bottom from here the tools were hauled up to the grade on the head of Brush creek lumber was cut for bridges and ties were coming trom all di rections as the new Company was taking black oaks and in his vision as the grade was ready the heavy hammers of the forge were heard drop drop drop down at the Sycamore gate and spikes rails fishplates bolts and nuts were ready to lay the track The ballast and abutment stone was com ing from the towering cliffs all around us and by a chemical pro cess the fireclay bank near Pine Hill made the paint So the home industry caused our dreamer to smile awake and when he thought it over he said It is all light iti c6uld be done 1JBut we think he shaded the iron ore business a little for this community For fire life and accident in surancej call at the SIGNAL office E S ALBRIGHT Agent When any one has purchasedt givekr you a picture and frame free HOUK AND SON l Science has found that rheumy tism is caused by uric acid in the blood This poison should be ex crated by the kidneys No rheu matism With1 healthy kidneys Foleys Kidney Cure make llth m well f C C naves CoiMt Vernon Dr Clark BrodheadvHagan Bros Livingston mWe have just received car loads ef Horse Shoe Brand fertilizer and the prices are very low Gomeand SONAi a Good fitting and servicable corsets 6oc to i oo Bustles 350 and Soc t Silk and silk gingham for shirt waists 25c to 4oc yd Dont forgot the narrow black velvet ribbon and uaarojv bract lace the newest and latest style for trimming all thin dresses Hose from 150 to soc pair The very latest things in ties i for ladies and gentlemen t The Best Place Our Store is the Best Place to buy Clothing Gents Furnishings and Shoes NEW Suits all of the latest patterns New Hats the newest styles and patterns MENS stylish shoesblack tan and patent leather SHIRTS the largest stock in this section NECKWEAR The prettiest you ever saw SUMMER underwear Silk and Balbriggan fancy and plain- LADIES Shoes newest latest and best quality OUR stock is complete and we can supply the trade from the most conservative to the most ex tremely stylish PRICES the lowest cousistant with good qualities Mail orders given prompt and careful atteiition Try us Cummins JMdClary Stanford Ky S FRANKLINWATCH MAKER and OPTICIAN The Eyestested with uptodate modern instruments glasses ae curately fitted Watch Clock and Spectacle repairing a specialty Gold and Silver soldering neatly done try MT VERNON KENTUCKY t Phone No ISSJ3a For good siiit of clothes from 7o UP as high as you want them call and see C C Davis at Drug store I consider it not only a pleasure but aduty I owe to my neigbors to tell about the weuderful cure effect ed in my case by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Iwas taken very badly with flux and procured a bottle of this remedy A few doses of it effected a permanent cure I take pleasure in recommending it to others suffering from that dreadful diseaseJ W LYNCH Dorr W Va This remedy is sold by Theo Wesleyr If troubled with rheumatism give Chamberlains Pain Balm a trial It will not cost you a centI if it does no good One a tion will relieve the pain It alsoII cures sprains and and onethird the time required by any other treatment Cuts burns frostbites quinsey pains in the side and chest glandular and other swellings are quickly cured by applying it Every bottle warranted Price 25 and 50 cts Theo Wesley j ADAMS FISTULA SAE Manufactured by JW Adams Co Paint Lick Ky is meeting with ready sale everYwhere Per sons who have used it say its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistulo Poleevil Sweeney scratch es EtcaIt is sold on a Written guarantee and money refunded if not as represented For sale by Theo Wes ley druggist Mt Vernon KYI mar 2 3010 COURT CALEND4Ra COUNTY COURTFourth Mti day in each month QUARTERLY COURT First Mod day in January April July and OctoberCIRCUIT COURT Second Mon MondayintemberMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month P A Pennington FL D S M B DENTST- N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KYL Will be at Miller House tft ernon d uring all Circuit Courts f vR G WILLIAMS A 1tor etatrLa1MT VERNON KY lr G W McciURE J Wi BROwS McCLURE BROWN Attorneysat La w MT VERNON KY All business entrusted to our care will receive Prompt attention Office room No 8 in the old Brick Hotel x XC WILLIAMS Atforntyatlaw Mt Vernon Ky s BaOffice on 2nd floor of new brick on Church street Special attention given to collections Mlle House HUGH MILLER PRO- PRHeadquarters for Gonamercia MesS B Porter at all trains r J r f t 1Qtt g IIioer41 Y i r r ItJ J 1 r i KJ i4 tfi t i Come to Town to See Us8f HOME MARKETS 1 Corrected each week by Houk Son Mt Vernon Ky Arbuckles Coffee 15cr Lion Coffee e2fac Green Coffee loc I24 i Flour No i per barrel 15CJ Belle of Lincoln per brl Daisy flour jper barrel t 395 i425jLabelleflour Bacon per lb toe l = Dan Boone Soap 3 cakes 5c Star Soap 3 cakes IOC Rice No i per lb 734C Granulated Sugar per lb 63cl I Extra Light Brown Sugar lb 6cj Sprup Caramel gal bucket 35c Sorghum best homemade gal 40c Shipstuff per hundred gioo J Calico all the best brands 6ct Calico all cheap grades 5C under j Can goods SY3Ct Clothing suits 75c to 1500j Lard loc in small lots 2 5ott lots or more Northern seed oats none on hand J Corn 25 bu or more per bu 6oc t jMilletr Timothy hay per hundred 100 Potatoes per bu 76 Eggs per doz 75C Feathers per lb 40C Cattle extra shippers 475 to 500jCattle common 275 to 400 Hogs best heavies 5 5 Hogs medium 495 Hogs roughs 375 to 440 Sheep Jextra good 425 to445 Sheep common 300 to 375 1 31 STATES- heriff C G C Braughton and posse searched the home of Berry How ard in Bell county hoping to ar rest him on the warrant charging complicity in the Goebelmurder but could not pe found Amos Harris was acxuitted at Lebanon of the charge of murder An impromptu reception was given W S Taylor at Russellville- A negro band serenaded him Miss Anna Pollard and Price Bourne are married- Representatives Berry and Gil bert called at the War Department to obtain information regarding the amount of money available for the improvement of the Kentucky river They were informed that there was about 355000 A Louisville Times carrespond ent asked the Circuit Clerk at Frankfort to show him a copy of the indictment against W S Tay lor The Clerks reply was I will refer you to Judge Cantrill Has the indictment been offered for record I refer you to Judge Cantrill It is positively stated that there are two indictments against Mr Taylor One as an accessory to the murder before the fact and the other for aiding the assassins to get away R W Slack of speech at a Republican conventionI advocated the hanging of Democrats to lamp posts According to latest returns at least fourteen unnel shaped clouds passed over the State of Kansas last SundaylW S Taylor was in Indiauapo lis the first of the week conferring with Chas Finley kidneysdont leel well Foleys Kidney Cure makes healthy kidneys and win nmkeyou well CVC Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark BrodheadHaan Bros Livingstonr Yr 8 t 3i fro fJ o rs oJJ vov ctfJ s 0tiJ ri O X ron o H rJN The above is a picture of our new store that Mr Krueger 1S building for us The artist gave it a good many fancy touches j though z l Houk SonMt Vernon Kentuck Land Stock Crop = r == = i Catron and Wood sold to W M Taylor 8 2yearold steers for 240 Monti30 Green Lyman of Mt Sterling shipped three car loads of hogs horn Austerlitz Tuesday which cost them 460 to 5coParis Ken tuckyMuels are steadily advancing in price Wherever they are offered for sale if the owners do not obtain their asking prices they hold them which is a sign there is faith for better future sales Choice and fat mules froa four to seven year old of extra good and heavy are quoted at the following prices I4rt to 15 hands high 50 to 80 15 to I5r hands high8o to 100 I53 to 16 hands high ioq to 120 r4 hands extra heavy weight good ones 120 I50Farm Home Journal Ito C Vanoy sold to L F Shelby 22 130 pound hogs at 4c and to George S Shelby two young steer calves at 11 He has sold his lambsto J C Johnson for June de livery at 5C and six butcher heifers at 3CF P Bishop sold to Bruner Brooks ofJessamine 20 yearling steers at 4c and bought of them 63 ewes and lambs at 5 He engaged to J C Johnson lambs from 250 ewes at 5 0 and 5c for June and July delivery Inter ior Journal s The ancients believed that rheu de0Q1within matory rheumatism will agree that the infliction is demoniac enough to warrant the belief It has never beets claimed that Chamberlains emonsJbuthundreds bear testimony to the truth ol this statement One api plication relieves the pain and this quick relief which it affords is alone worth many times its cost For sale by Theo Wesley j for insurance of auy kind free life or accident only the very best cone p ui es in tie United State represented Call on E f Al- bright agent at SlGNAivoffice Continued from first page following message was sent out by officeFrankfort Ky Jan 27T lRender Morgantown Send Lon Taylor to Frankfort at once at any cost W S Tayloi OTHER TELEGRAMS The following telegrams were read as evidence Frankfort ieb 9 1900 1050 Hon R W Slack London Ky Have warrants of arrest is sued for absent members of both houses Put them in the hands of SergeantatArms and send here W S Taylor Frankfort Ky Jan 24 1900 Will se you this afternoon FideyIfrankfort KyJan 12 1900 L W Bethurum care of Mr Short Mt Vernon K Meet me at Brodhead Saturday evening train Important C Powers Feb117IgooCaf mansion Frankfort Ky See nameiPowers Hiigan W VaW S Taylor Frankfort I have IOu men subjecfei Ito your orders Need expense money E G Howard Frankfort Ky Jan 20 1900 415 p m Come to London on Sunday morning train myex pense Important C Powers The above telegram was sent to J Hop Davidson Gray Ky Rob ert Wirks Corbin Ky J L Pawers Barbourville Hiram H Jones Corbin care W A Bell Superintendent A T Siler Wil iamsburg J K Watson Williams burg H Clay Rice Pineville Ky Judge J S Bingbam Pineville KYand L W Bethurum Mt Vernon Ky- Frankfort Jan 30 1900 114 p m Train dispatcher at East Louisville Land N will have freight train stop at Jin the morning take on a company of militia DR Colyer Adjutant General Insurance ofalTr kinds Call at the Signal office Mt Vernon GsF P Druggists GFP fC1 tD 0 EV t UJ iIrn Prof 4r n a Mt- r roD R i A CD r 0 1l Ifffj 5pJJ CJJ attsisritttrs Q ri cit D THAT HORRIBLE FEELING Fi DANQE m you suddenly nightis tiseasewhichnowoman means that ofherdelicateorgan tdiseased Gilaysoon the cause ofthe trouble because it acts directly J puttingtI HAD SUFFERED FOR SIX YEARS toherscxwas rccommcnuei ioruiseascs ofihnt but to 110 cfiect linally she was in bottIcsbefore this medicine C S HEARD Chadwick Ala Sell eeTenn b tonternlnr your eat G c For By C C DAVIS CO Druggists Mt Vernon Ky STOP ATTHE EIGHT GABLES HOTEL G W POPE PROP R p J2 LTVINGSTON J I 7 Subscribe Signalt r it 1OO PER YEAR PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING 1AtMt Ky by I C t X EDGAR ALBRIGHT Editor and Proprietor pi 1ioiiieitifi11 Hie tnews all M Mm iet tie eJilp5 Ml wjiere tjien wTwicaweek Courier Journal the Mt for 25 per year x AItGSTtiCIRCUI TION F f1tipir j SOME OF THINGS WE SELLf1 Timothy cover and f millet haj corn oatsall the year ifJ We have harness saddles briddles bridle bits trace 1chains Jeg ins coliars blank- etsR briddle bits or anything i you want in this line Steel traps cement for lining Potatoes of all kinds for seed Y Onions for seed Clothing of all kinds Suits from 75 up to 1500 f Calicoes muslins jeans Sugars coffees teas rice T Oat meal flour t salt and shidstuffs 3j Plows of all kinds plow points Hoes spades shovels forks and anything you want in this line tU Salt bacon c c c which comes to you when a burglar should neglect It I some part woman ever removes kind taking Sale KY for Vernon The and Vernon Signal i stove cents meal and FOUND A GOLD MINE IIT WAS IN HIS POULTRY YARD Man in Iowa Uses a Compound that Makes His Hens Lay Double the Usual Numbei Summer and Winter Secret of Success People in the neighborhood ot Creston Iowa are amazed at the number of eggs that this man drives to market with When asked what was the cause of his hens being sc prolific he stated it was all in a certain compound he was using that kept his hens in good condition and furnished them with the prop stimulus to egg production ere ican Poultry Mixture is the of it and is bv American Mfg Co Terre Haut Iud Every man in the poultry business is Interested in the health of his hens and theirlay profitsincrease the production of eggs 100 per cent or mosey refunded will do more than three times Iras much as the same amount of another Y compound It is concentrated In form and the result of years of practical experience in the poultry business There is absolutely 110 doubt as to what it will do and you are invited to try itat the expense of the company Send 100 for a sample package and if doesnt do the work you get your money back This is fair and is made to giveitative of such diseases as the terrible cholera and and rony which create such havoc in all parts of the country It acts directly oil the glye manufacturers guarantee every package or refud purchas money If your druggist dont sell Ameri can Poultry Mixture hes behind direcfromt Terre Haute Ind If you want areal trice spring suit right cheap come around and let me fix you up Satisfaction guaranteed Davise1 r Agentsoi salary of 1500 per grcaaelagent3 n stoclc anqpoultTJ7raiser buys it at sight Hustlers wanted Reffer once r Address with stamp Amertream Mfg COJ Terre Haut Iafe 23 3 r iilL i P