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AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE." kV built for the Emperor, but never I used by him.M 'i ,Mr. Cary compared the ' 'oxers'' abeCaCgDegXseCeGeDor Tli riving Town. A Of The Boxers. "outbreaks with the present strike " at St. Xouis in extent and impor-- ' Capital Stock, Surplus, James F. Brattou, aged fifty, wns .$10,000. $17,320 If there be a place on this terres-tia- l A Secret Organization Formi killed by lightning on the xfarm of tauce. He did not believe that ther-ougglobe where a man can ed in China About One Geo. W Stiles near Sardis. their movement would become gen satisfy his appetite, it is at Year Ago. eral, or that it would assume such J. W Hayden, vW, P. Walton, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore John Lillord, of Cloverport, filed the Frith Hotel in Brodhead which proportions that it could not easily ytfjjgR T. iP. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, a petition in bankruptcy at Owcns-bor- is run by that genial and accomi- It will probally be of interest to be kurpressed. He had made M. J, Miller and S. T. Harris. Assets, $1,028.30; liabilities dating host, iMilIeu Francisco. some of the readers of the Signal, of manv, persons, mission We $7,750,33. solicit the accounts ol the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining Just south by the beautiful hill to know something of the "Boxers' MS1" , j , ., aljU'S ana Otliexs who uauncLurueu counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busi- overlooking the village can be found in China who are now causing so ne6s intrusted to us. Personal application and correspond-.- The Christian county gratidjury froth China, but had never beeu the other of the twt) good hotels of much trouble, and doing so much ence, with a view to business relations, iuvited. adjourned atter returning 124 inabe to satisfy himseltas td what that thrifty town, the Albright damage both to life aud property. S. iHOCKER., Pres., JNO. J. McROBERTS, Cashier. dictments, mostly for gaming and was the real 'motive of the society. J. House, of which J. H. Albright is A. A. McKINNEY, Ass't Cashier. So we publish a piece, taken , minor offenses. William Barclay Parsons, chief the owner and proprietor. Brod- from the New York Commercial engineer of the Rapid Transit The Knights of Pythias are hold- head is full of business and her Advertiser, giving what we conCommission, who while building a , merchants have u sniendid trade. sider, a few important facts coning their district meeting at traversed the whole of railroad Many proininentPythians There is the firm of Irrith & Dunn, nected with these ''rioters" when southern China, said that he had composed of J. G. Frith of this they were first organized and what are in attendance. received a letter from a correspondvounty, and that fatal salesman. seemed to be theii aim at that mentioning ent of his in Tien-TsiThe business men of Bowling iiarvcSDuun who chine here severtime. Green have forwarded a. petition to the Boxers," The letter is now Accounts differ about the "Box- eight Washington requeuing increased al jearsgo from Danville with weeks old. His correspond"Teed" Hani and"Deacon" Dunn ers," the mysterious Chinese socifaciltics for free delivery of mail. wrote, however, that the re- waiting on tlveir customers we can ety that has been making trouble ent mmnmmmbmibmwnmbmhhbmmmm' Gov. Beckham will commission ports about the "Boxers" had been SMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamimassmSwdBBhdmmmmmimKmmBmm readily see howuuey have sftch fen for foreigneisand native Christians v Raymond L. Dollings, of Covinggreatly exaggerated, and that iu Etc.-- .') enormous trade. jfMartin Protheroe tn China, and within the past week ton, as a member of his official staff. TienTsin the reports about them Kept in Stock. (6'rdersb Mail, Telegraph or Telephone Co. is managed by H. Sowder or so has been threatening the Mr. Dollings is a newspaper man. caused little or no alarm. "Promptly filled. and Miss Sallie Pureeil ami with safety of the foreign Miuistets and The Chinese troops, Mr, Parsons Ducieu Boone, who was sent to these people you always filid pleas diplomats in Pekiu itself. Author ,. I' Wii ' vrr nil said,are practically worthless as a the penitentiary for two years for ing manners, a ipleasaut smile, and ities, differ as to the society's means of controlling mobs. The killing his half brother, Shad goods cheap. JAt J. Thomas Cherwhether it is religious or Chinese soldiers who accompanied been pardoned by Gov. ry's. You find an immense stock political, but all agiee that pillage Bckhaht. him dn his journey thtougb south- t of goods infact every thing from a and the hdpe of plunder have conern China were armed in the most Dr. White Farris, a well known hair pin to a wagon oV a cross-cu- t tributed to iia growth. As to obsolete manner. Some of them doctor died at Hickman iron! small saw. Mr. Cherry, John Robbins whether the Government of the KY. were armed with flint locks, and pox. He had beeri treating pa- ahd Miss Susie Hilton are always notoriously soraeeVeu Dowager Empress, with match locks, the tients at Hickman afflicted with the ready to wait on you and that or" fosters, favors disease. . earliest kitid of rifle. Many of the lady, Mrs. Cherry, is openly or secretly, the society ot elegant Chinese, troops he said were armed & F. N. Hunting, claiming to rep- readyto charge it if you havent ' BoxerslLthereis with' bdws and arrows, resent Jlic . Edison phonograph the ifioneyr'Woocya'rd & Hilton of opinion. STANFORD, KY., swords and a weapon Somewhat like Company, was arrested at Lexing- also run a general store at which There are some things known a pitclifork. There was very little Aud continuously under same management for 29 years. Solid, ton for obtaining money and goods you can get most anything you about the "'Boxers," however. Back account hoping Siich business relations will prove materifellj discipline, and fh'e officers had under false pretenses. profitable and pleasant. want. Hctmdn Frith, sou of Mr. Much of the information comes practically no cohtroll over their DIRECTORS: The Masonic Temple of Loudon T. S. Ftith runs a store at lite fa from missionaries to China. There men. In the present instance the ther's old stand Biid" is ready at any are some men in New York who will be dedicated ou Saturday, Tune J, E Lynn, J. S. Owsley, Sr. troops would' undoubtedly sympa- J. T. Williams time to accommodate a customer. are especially S.- H..Shanks, William Gooch, well iuformed on this thize to a large extent with J. F. Cash. The Grand Master of the 23. the AV W.- Carpenter, Colyer & Owens compose a strong subject, having W. H. CummiuB, J. B.- Owsley, been iu China rioters. State will be present and conduct y business firm, although Mr. Collyer themselves, and being S, H. SHAKSv President. in corre; the ceremonies. has been sick for some time. They spondence , with missionaries J.Cashier, aud CARD' TO W'.- M BRIGH'T;. Ass't Cashier. publi 6". The women of Taylor county not only do a general merchandiz- other persons there: One of these We are the first amusement inhave sent in to headquarters at ing business but have an underta-ker- s men is Clarence Cary, of the law stitution in America to make a Frankfort $115 for the Goebel establishment in connection. firm of Cary & Whitridge. new departure in the show busi,g6' TOW-- monument fund, and will increase She is blessed with an able and "The 'Boxers,' " Mr. Cary said, ness in the interest of our patrons. it to at least $150. distinguished lot of Physicians and "whose Chinese name is I Ho You will find no trickery, no preachers. Among the Physicians Tuan, may be literary translated, I gamboling devices, no demoralizing Judge J. R. Sampson, of KY:; ate Drs. Benton, Clark, BurdetJ am informed, by 'Righteousness,. influences-- . Our motto is now, and ,, has announced his candiT?r.r 1.1 J VUlllf Ul always has been, to introduce a II. and Gravely and the able and elo- Peace, the organis- high Fist,' were-firs- t dacy for the Democratic nomination l amusement insti- Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots' aM Shoosi and General quent divines-arRev. A. J. Pike ed in Shantung province, about a IT for Appellate Judge in the Seveuth tution where a gentleman! can bring lueronanuiSL ami Rev. Hehdrickson. Brodhead year ago, with the consent of the- his family and spend a few hours Appellate district. BEST GOODS AT LIVING PRICES. las two drugstores, one run by Mi. Governor as a sort of protection1 pleasantly, at a cheap price of adCapt. K. J. Hampton received Joe F. Watson and thci' other by against thieves and lobbers, the mission where morality audi dignihis credentials as Assistant ty reign supreme. Special atten' Dr. Clark. Joe Farmer is thVac Boxers' being allowed to of the Republican commodating L. & N. agent durtion shown ladies and children. aud to have them in their Gentlemanly ushers in attendance National Convention. Capt. ing the day and W, H. Pettus Hampton expects to leave Monday possession. Many appear, though to look after their comfort. The holds the place at njght, while and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. for Philiadelphia. to have turned 'robbers themselves, great Sells & Gray's Show will exDavid Hurt keeps the track in Mt. Vernon, Ky. and from time to time have added hibit afternoon and evening at Mt. The Fiscal Court of Mariou 'splendid repair. To prove that the to 'their gangs by drawing the law Vernon, Thursday, June 28. county directed the County Board Seu,s & Gray. town has public spirited citizens less' and such wondering and turof Health to fight smallpox, and the Rockcastle Fair Association bulent elements as could be found.' appropriated $5oo,to meet immedi- gives'an SO WOULD NOT SMFKER annual fair for the benefit Their first demonstration was in ate expenses. Four new cases' de- of our people. FIFTY TIMES AGAIN'FOR J. Thomas Cherry the province of Shantung, where' veloped, making sixteen ir. all. ITS PRICE. is President of the Association and they murdered a missM'ouar . Later I awbke lasst night with severe Keeps Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Linen H.onis. Cuffs and Collars. Gov. Beckham has appointed. C. hustling J. W. Tate is Secretary. outbreaks seem to ' have furnish Metallic Caskets and have Embalming done on short been the pains in my stomach. I'uever'felt W. Bean and Mrs. R.- - P. Stoll, of The Fair is growing stronger all adjoining province of Chill, so badly in all- my'life. When I and easy terms. as beLexington; Drs.-L- . P. Yandell, of the time and more popular and will ing nearer the railroad from Tieu-Ts'i- n came down to work this morning Orders Dy telegraph or felephone promptly attended to day and night successful this year than felt so weak I could hardly1 W6rk:Louisville, and Campbell Cantrill, and to Pekin. dr"ug wint to Miller of Georgetown, as trustees of the' eVer before, Every one should At as recent dis store and they recommended go.k The town has good streets ' House of Reform. patchas show, they seem to ,'have Chamberlain's Colic," Cholera aud well graveled; three churches and An unsuccessful attempt- was done some damage to the railroad Diarrhoea Remedy. It worked a splendid school. The k is made, to arrest John L. Powers, unand to have cut off a party of Bel- like magic and one do'se" fixed me Kj still sawing wood in the same old' woodshed; the vtery bright for the coming of the gian engineers, who, however, have all right. It certainly is Uie finest der indictment 'as an accessory to chains are lopsed from the Dogs of "War 'and the mamIlouisville Southern, running from h'ing I ever ued for stomach moth since been rescued arid taken to the murder of Guv. Goebel. Av trouble. I shall not be without i: from Burgin to Jelico, and with anPao.Tirig.Fu the m my home' hereafter, for I should posse quietly formed and left From Pekin. , ,. other railroad, Baodhead will be is running in full blast. The goods aie bought .iright,' movement seems to for the hbtne of Powers' spread as not care to endure the sufferings of one of the very best towns in South therefore they are sold right. Come to Stanford, your brothe-in-lafai north as Feng Ti oii the main last night again for fifty ti".ins its on Poplar creek, but Eastern Kentucky; as she has two freight is paid, vour fare is doublj saved, and you will a runner had f been sent out ahead hue, about fifteen miles south of price. G. H.' Wlfcsox' Liveryman, find a stock second to none in Kentucky. great advantages to begin on beau- - T!.:.. '1 TJ mey nave tuurnea Burgettstown, Washington Co., Pa. ncrc il and PowerTti4d ffedAvhcfff the posse Furniture, Wall Paper. Oil Cloths, Carpets, Window timl building sites-'anan abund SJine warehouses and destroyed This remedy is for sale by Tlioo Shades, 'Rugs. Mattings, Lace Curtains, picture frames. arrived. auce of'waterj. among other things a" private 'car Wesldy, Mt Verhoii.'Ky; W. W. WITHERS, Stanvord.Kv. SHORT HISTORY First ; Nation a Bank. OF STANFORD, KY, DIRECTORS: -- o. in.-rfui-ries 1 ..Ji -- Shel-byvM- c. COLLYKR wMMwwitwiMi-BMWtwiiiii;ilWilll1MMWtiMMii OWENS UNDERTAKERS, & 3WWPf---T---1-- V: A.S h. 11 I Caskets, Coffins, Robes, " BRODHEAD, KENTUCKY1. , -- " pur-pos- ej Tay-lorh- as The Lincoln Countv OF STANFORD. -- NATIONAL Ko BANK, Capital, t- - anti-for-eig- u, floo.ooo also"a-diffcreui- two-handl- Successors to Farmers 'Bank r?stKS Trust'Co'- fcP- - yV - - - thf; Mid--dlesbor- o, MCKENZIE JONAS VEijPN, MT A 1--. I 1 class-mora- e 1 1 - carry-sword- s WILLISUndertaker GRIFFIN Practical 4-- no-lic- e - be-mor- - Pac-Ting-- Pao-Ting-F- - out-loo- ?3iQfcqD5si W. W. FURNITURE WITHERS' sYCE; Bar--bourvi- lle e w ! 1 I 30CaD(C83C ' ;: tt$B atN & ' tWtf fc'Al i f r- "i it X Mt Vernon Friday, Junk Signal 22, 1900. PublisJicd every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YKAK $I.OO Advertising rates made known on applicatio7i ANNO UNCEMENTS. Vqnri; mithorieil to announce the HON. JAMES D. BLACK, of Barbourville, r - subject to ai a candidate for Governor, any rcgulnr action of Democratic party. The question of turnpikes is A perfect Remedy forConslipn-Tlon- , something which has engaged but Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea very small part of the attention a and consideration ? then people of mid Loss of Sleep. Rockcastle county., although, when Facsimile Signature or Mr. aud Mrs. Tate of Louisville approached upon that subject they are visiting Capt. and, Mrs Roller. will admit, they arie. the very thing NEW YORK. which Rockcastle ought to have, MissShelton of Rowland accomto build ,. but that it is nuiossible panied Mrs. Pearl Pollock home pikes all over thijcounty, and that iiiOiiday. .,it will notd'o to DuiRk them in one Miss Ida Kash formerly of this EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. sectiou unless built all over w h B 8 cB Wr H KL H MS m Z2IS place, but now of Winchester, is Now we wMl admit THC CENTAUR COMPANY. NtW YOtlH CITY. i! ithe county. the guest of Mrs. C. A. Moore. . that it would jbe quite a difficult undertaking to start out to Hmild Mrs. W. H. Cottengim is with pifces all over the county righXat friends at Pine Hill this week. once, but it (is something which Miss May Magee is visiting her can be done in only a few years grand mother in Crab Orchard. time, if gone at in the proper way. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Mullins The first move in this lino' should is the place to buy be two pikes, one running from spent a few days with relatives the Lincoln county line to Laurel here the first of the week. Stacounty, and another from the PuMrs. E. G. Elmore is in the laski county line to Garrard or Oils. at Stanford to be treated Madison line, which would give Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. Prompt Aiteini.ju a". All LYmics. for nervous troubles. pikes runniug the entire length of Call When In Town. ,f the county in both directions, then Mr. and Mrs. Rhineheart and after that was completed it would be C. C. DAVIS & CO.,Mt. Vernon, Ky. Miss Minnie Ashlock have moved a comparatively small job to pike all 'Phone No. 3 into the property belonging vto the other short roads leading out R. Bv Mullins 011 main street. Backache should never b neg- GRAND GIFT DISTRIBUTION. to these main pikes. Now the lected. It means kidney disorder question arrises, how are these two Walter Saunders will start the main Hkes going to be built? by first of the month as traveling which, if allowed to run too long, A Forty Cent Sugar Sl'olf Fieo to may result in Brighl's disease, diaKvery Married Iynly. issuing ootids for a sufficient salesman for a house in Louisville. betes 01 other serious and oltcn KnrroiInsert ikii.mc of your paper amount to build them, the only way Mrs. Serilda Payne is uot expect- tatal complaints. Foley's Kidne Vc- believe that the to build them and the only way uut effecCure is guaranteed for the kidneys. tive advtrti.'-iiied to live but a shot t time. we cm do is to get they will ever be built. Say it C. C. Davis & Co.. Mt Vernon: sample of our goods into the would take $50,000 dollars worth The leaders of the Maccabees of bonds to make the two pikes, will give an Ice cream supper on Dr. Clark. Brodhead; Hagau Bros. homes of the pioile. Therefore, Livingston. wc are .sending a.i elegmii sterling these bonds payable in thirty the evening of the 22nd in the CalJoe Brown is in the mountains 'silver-plated years. Then the people could pay sugar.shell, such as we loway Hall. QUICK KKLIKP POK ASTHMA. sheep buying mis week. be" lor these pikes and scarcely ever at 40c cell, to every ti.-.- ..,.. t -Tea Griffin and Robert Owens are noted for hanging on. Isaac Herren will receive the miss it, and at the same time be "Varied lady in the United Stale Y,!r"" They weaken your throat eight lvho wn-tewill move to Lebanon Junction in Kans., wntes: "I fur iti benefited $5 for ever.v $1 spent to- lambs of the Holler July 2ond, IS uoth- and lungs, and lead to yeats with asthma hi its worst form. inrr to nnv Tlin rhvn 1... ,1..4 mil i. wards building good roads. Our aud lit! will also buy all kinds of the rear future and run a barber- I had several attacks during the last serious trouble. v ou will confer a lavui umdii your land would be worth more by one old Don't trifle with them. shop. sheep. year and was not expected to live ,ad Take Scott's Emulsion at fourth than what it is, good roads readers by innum; tiny an- U Adams has . re through them. I began using Jerome No oue has embarked in the calf once. It soothes, heals, would be an inducement to people nmuicemeiit in your pipv.r. Kac h , , ,, . . . , r 7 cently become a member of the and cures. ' lady will send liei intn from other states and other sections trade yet, tho' many good ones . S6c. andjl. All drugsltts. .!. as never failed to give imtnedutte Maccabee order. of our own state to come in here here abouts for sale. tins too valuable a gill t.. cud to y r persons who don't -l fur it i Item- Rev. Owens preached at the; and settle among us, because the Mr. Edito i understand that some time is not far distant when the I have just received a complete ''elves. We giveehuut- - l uu of Piesbyterian church Saturday and of the wise EKx say that i an a bad Hue cf photo material and can !01,r 10c designs, and wil natural resources of this county illus- Sunday. i please you in any thing you want, trations from which fkc .,i may after and speller and that use an orthodox $ , are going to be looked Mrs. Milla Pettitt visited rela- Mrs, S. W. worked far more extensively than grammer. Now sir I'll bet the Davis. tj. be nude. tives at Wildie last week. i own that i can QUAKER VALLEY MKC. CO., lit has ever been in the past. The best possum hide When any one has puichased Morgan and Harrison Sis. ri,.., Two of the Mt. Vernon Taylor Miss Laura Langford was with 'building stone from Rockcastle, is out spell or out grammer arry one Sr .w.1 rtf vnnli. wc 211 u ivuiui ui (juuus, ...- - will give malitia while at Frankfort, were friends here Tuesday. . considered to be of the very best ov them. 'h?t them try me Just yon a nice picture and frame f tee. quality and the lime burnt from taking in the town aud in passing Mrs. Maggie Coffee of Stanford, oust. HOUK AND SON. the Rockcastle lime stone is of the a dry goods store they saw one of wns here last week visicnur her While old Bill Taylor is in the very fiuest grade, aud consequently the lady clerk standing in the door brother and sister, Capt. T. d J. Wanted: To buy poultry of these Uvo things if no other will "land of nod" seeking a city of looking intently up the street, she be the cause of people coming in refuge the blood of Win. Goebel and Mrs. W. R. Dillon. of all kinds. We will pay ti.c. because such quality of materials crieth out lrom the ground against did not move aud after the Amert-ca- ti Quite a crowd of the folks from highest market prices. travelers had looked at her for .grows more in demand every day, him lor vengance, but the Lord Houk & Son tins place attended church at Pine and naturally the men who are in placed ou old Bill a mark from his si time one said to the other, "I'll .lo-t- f Mt. Vernon. Ky. OCEAN Hill Sunday. search of such materials Jure ineu swear, Joe, that's the most ualural birth, even the mark ov a hog.s nwith more or less capitol behind Cycling has its ups and downs. Jaw, so that every one seeing him I ever saw," In passing the tore .iiiem, and they are the very men After the downs, use Banner Snhe again they found the "natural arti we want and the ones we want to might know him and uot slay him, if yju're cut or bruised. It he.its I hold after we get them. Success for no decent man would eveti think ficial on the inside aud walked up the hurt quickly, and Children. to heve a better view of her, at for some means a help for those of killing the old coward. C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon; 11.12 .i Have Always Bought around them, while, if there is no that mometit she dropped her eyes Dr. Clark Brodhead; Hagan Bros., Black's cause is becoming BlackBoars the prosperity and success for aiiy man on the surprised lads and they vt Livingston. Signaturo ' or set of men in a countv or er and Blacker with us; and we cated. TRY A PAIR community, it means hard predict that there will not fie a For good suit of clothes fpnu Joseph Prewittand Alex Rulle-for- d times for every other man dissenter in the democrat ranks in $7.50 up as high as you want them leave for the Laurel county in that county or comunity While ' Rockcastle when the convention is call aud see C. C. Davi.s. at Drugevery man in the county might not hdd Let have a ,an at the mining district this evening. store. head lin ftmrlf fiminfitnrl wt flirt Vtl1 Cull at the Signal of the state ticket that is a sine f Mr. Hayes Brewer is on the KILIU oflicC) Mt Vornon. nig of turnpikes, yet he would be Stkawubkriks- .- I will hat Mi. Vuuon, Ky. Truly Thine matrimonial market aud hopes to benefited indirectly, and profit wlluler- aoout 3,000 plants to dispose ct tins effect a deal by lite 4th of Julv. Buck Varnon. greatly thereby. So we earnestly ' ' , SMITH'S CCUEGE, LEXINGTON, KY., 1 ucy aie iuii ui my uwu luiaiii. ask tno people of Rockcastel to the earliest ripening by May 5 Robert Lockhart, at Stanton, James Houstan lost his life in j 1, mnjoinTp cn lor tultloil carefully consider our proposition, Teau., and Miss Kate and the largest some measuring 5 Kiue, at the fall of the bridge on the Greets Itir Li4alns a. llnnkCfttnn .. .. LniUUTVl UNIWUSITV lTTIT ;4: and let us see if we can't do.sometl:- .h2urK T n.,)licri, anJ now receive from Sgoirtoti.joa ulary inches around. Send me your or Patoka, were married over the esburg.brauch of the L: & N. He KcntuckvUnlvfitlty Dlplotoa awarded not only a licit) to nig der for the amount you want lili jraduatei. tliACollexTVecclTeiJ Medaliat tv - distaii3e telephone. was a promising rail road man and World'i EipojItlonMtfclrefcri to thousand5Ttj; .The Rev. ourselves but to our county, "and l"S Price 40 cents per hucdred for fall hd.. 1IMU.0 ,.WLUf. Mil. tilt thereby place it on a higher stand- - Mr. Danks, of Patoka, performed won many friend's with his kind met Influential CollegeTNtyijcatlon. !? C. Franklin, planting. Aoxacutlcn. Kntornow. Urn'tuateai iVctVaful' reference. ' iug than it has ever yet attained, the ceremony. gentle manners. The highest trib- - out lor oddrei onlyRead advertljcmeTit, v Mt. Vernon Ky. ,, j W. I. Smith. Uilrijtfn, Ky. ulara F&lJLK!i5 nopn. Ky.. v.-i- L r i nearltiMSiSZiZ ''"""." year. an '.". ,u s After all, "Boss" Hanna could noi prevent the "Rough Rider" from getting the nomination for Vice President. McKinley and A. W. Eastland delivered to J. Roosevelt, will make as the Repub- C. Johnson, 40 lambs that averaged licans think, a mighty strong ticket 95i pounds. Advocate. but as we think, not quite as strong J. K. Baughman sold to Bon as Bryan and Hill. Bright, of Boyle, a jackfor $125. Mark Hardin bought of Joe POSSUM HOLLER. Chancellor a milk cow for $32.50. (Level Green.) Lincoln Wells sold to M. j. d steers at The continued rains are damag- Karris seven John Bailey sold to J. C. ing the wheat crops, making oats and filling corn fields with weeds, Johnson, of Boylet a bunch of heif.Dink Wilkinson sold a but why should I care for weedy ers at 4c d of lambs in Cincinnati last corn as I have employed Bob Sears Lyon &Huun sold and Uncle Bill, two professionals week at 7c "six tieifers at Danville yesterday at to divorce and set me free from all steer at labor work or toil, I never did love $24, also a 1, George S. Shelby sold to to work no how. and I followed it when a boy only to escape some- J. C. vJohnson 19 heavy, rough catthing more abhorrent the long tle for November delivery at 4c limber gad which pap was an ex- Woodford farmers have decided not pert in using, and then again to to take 60 cents for their new wheat keep the wolf from totin off some but to hold it for a higher price ov the children, but now it's them A New York jnan, who has reand the wolf for it and I'll 'be a ports from the apple crop all over mere spectator. I think labor was the country, says it will be a record just invented and sent on earth breaker.... Judge W. M. Myers with its thorns and thistles to pun- sold to Huuu & Lyon five cows at ish Adam, and then Cain took it up 3)4 to 3c and to J. C. Lynn nine in order tobe different from Able, cows for July delivery at 3.35 and so by degrees it became com- J. J. Moore sold to G. A. Swine-broa- d 27 yearlings at $24. Shelby mon among the children of men, & Beck sold seven heifers at $24 at some people following it from one S. W. Yeag cause and some from another, but Danville yesterday we are all bound to admit that its er sold to Thomas McBeath, of principal cuuse is habit. And now Somerset, his farm of 165 acres, on to clearly prove that it is a noues-siuti- the Lancaster pike, five miles from Heavy to evenriches itself, first Danville, at $70 cash rains tell all over the State Friday, consider for one moment who it is that labor most all will concede over four inches falling at Earling-ton- , Henderson and Hopkinsville. readily that it is the very poorest T. class, not the rich, and did we poor Wheat was greatly damaged J. Hill and Samuel McKittricksold devils ever grow more wealthy by it? No I wish I had secured a divorce to F. P. Bishop a bunch of lambs respectlong ago. I never was as much and ewes at sH and ively. Mr. Hill also sold him two wedded to the old gal as some Lutes & Co. sold people believed me to be no way. cows at 34c to Jerry Briscde 14 shriabT Dr. Price, Robe.t McAlister and other sports were mgaged in a fox at 4c, and bought them back 'of him at for Sept 15th delivery. chase last night with 20 hounds. They sold to W. M. Dupee & Co., They run one old red fellow clean of Junction city, some good butcher offeu the erth. cows at Mrs. C. D. Burnett the invalid of 3 years is no better as to health. lndock, Cropf ute to be paid to his name1 was that he was a perfect gentleman with a pleasant word for everyone. His remains were brought to Pine Hill and were laid to rest in the family burying ground. His man , friends deeply regret his loss and extend their hearty sympathy to his bereaved frimily... pTCmwTiwf.it'ii.ii un n iiinimm win twiwSitm H j H ftl fmTWRSl I unviviun For Infants and Children. mil ll II The Kind You Have Always Bought ANfcgctable Preparationlor As- I.ast wedk wc had a shooting fair in wfiicirEo&Owens af- was shot pass- 802-poun- 4c car-loa- through the chest, the bttllit ing just below the heart aud the stomache. He is very better this morning aud on way to recover. similating ihcFoodaiulRcgula-lin- g above much a fair tlieSloinochs andBowcIs of 000-poun- d 3c w XCC33iX LIVINGSTON Promotes Qige3lion,CJieer(ul-ne- ss andRest.Coutains neither Opium.Morpliinc nor Mineral. I I Bears the Signature . )m 'n Use wot "Narcotic. I6xMU&JtstbeSentut CfcC3k Heap; ofOUJDrSMUELNTaKH ' t- Dispatcher Mud has returned from St. Mary's Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Carter have returned from a visit to relatives in Nashville. CfartAtd itoiMr HcnpSd- hlitrryrrm flaw. w Id W For Over Thirty Years f7fllSi Ettas al o .STORE $DRUG ' ry Drugs, Patent Medicines, Jewelry. tionery, Cigars and Tobaccos, Paints and 30 go-pou- 4c ? - 3c I Summer Colds ., m. at., ,i,i,. 8 -- u- m-- mI PINE HILL. H . ,p-- Bal-lar- InigS Ks$4l CASTOR t Tnr-vat- A : i&zjffi&&v. 1 Insurance of all Houk & Son, I ' 11. 'mv m"j7',m munm vjMlmps .;." ,.,.,,. Renrcncn-Awni,l7;- I .,. - Ji V Mt. Vernon Signal Miss Fanny Culton from Jackson was burried that evening, by the county was one of the number who Mt. VKRN3K, Ky., June 22. tgoo took the examination here Friday and Saturday. She is a sisttr to W. H. Culton, who i now indicted Eatcrtdat Ihe Mt. VcriUd, Hy., fust'officc aa mall matter as oqe of the principals in the as- sasiuation of Gov. William Goebel. I MASONIC. Ashland Lodge No. Jay 10 A m. CIO tnoeia 2rd Mon LOCAL ITEMS. J. Miller is makiug on his a nice coat of paint", v M. consider-able(iiuprovement Clmsuau fttlla.ro. CHunCHES. Holds services 1st A 3r and nt 0:30 p. in. v 1 Sunday stce, by joe Sowder finished up Tuesday morning a nineteen days sentence (iii the counjty jail. Joe left on the Baptist Church Services on Jthe Second Baturday night and 8p3nyr (8uuday next train for other quarters. ociiuui m v a nit every aunuy. rrnyer MIDDLETOIT, raeeting.on Tuesday nidus. ' I , Presbyterian Sunday - Holds services ori the 4th kkOC33X t . THE TAILOR, STANI'ORD, KY., "' PERSONAL Cleans, repairs and alters gentlemen's garments on short notice and at reasonable prices town orders solicited. Out of Charlie Burcham was tried here Tuesday charged with unlawfully Mrs. R. A. Welsh is very sick. selling liquor and acquited. Chief of Police Almau of Richmond was S. D. Lewis was in Livingston here and nabed lunl as he was reWednesday. leased and took him to Richmond Judge Williams is in Stanford to stand a charge of horse stealing and Danville. Dr. Wilson, who, it was reported James Dolau was up lrom Pine lost a pocket book with a $iooo ' Hill Wednesday. either at the Miller Hotel or on the E. D. Hansel and family icturn-e- d train coming down liom London, to Versailes Sunday. found the lot property. The perDavid York of Livingston was son who had it was in Knoxville here Tuesday on business. Tenn. The purse contained $300 S. W. Davis is progressing nice- in currency and a considerable ly with his new store room. amount in checks. The checks C. C. Davis began the wood work were returned but the money had been taken out. on his new dwelling Monday. Hetiry Cromer Jr. has fever. Miss Lydia Marler is very ill. Rurus and Geo. Childers attend Masonic order, of which he became ed church at Caloway Sunday." a member only one month ago. It - Geo. Johnson was in Mt. Vei-no- n is a matter 0 impossibility to get Monday looking after some the facts, how the accident occured, real estate business. &, but from what we can gather the Hanim nmtemplates James blame seems to be on the Supervi moving to Missouri iu the' near sor, J B. Martin of Lebanon, he, future. & forcing the men into a place, where A sewing machine agents-wathey did not want to go and where here last week and left several their good judgement told them not with the good women of the to go. The diftattce which the county. men fell was about 70 feet. n All the trouble at Mullins Later: W. C. Cabel died yesterbeen adjusted and the men has day at 11 o'clock, the remains were are at work as usual. brought to Brodhead last night. Boggie Laswell has returned at T)ie burial will take place home after a few weeks stay at Brodhead this afternoon. The stock holders'of the proposed Mt. Vernon. We learn that Miss Mattie Bales bank met in the court house here will likely teach Macedonia school. Saturday at 2 o'clock, L. W. was made chairman and Miss Bales is an elegant young lady The and a good teacher. Albright secretary. E. S. following are the officers and differRobert Reed of this place has ent committees as selected: accepted the position ot head sawPresident. M. J. Miller, Sr., yer for Magee & Co. Dr. John M Williams, Vice Pres. The Democratic Congressional DIRECTORS. Committee has decided to print the Geo. Levisay Sr. speech of Representative Rhea, of S. H. Martin, Kentucky, in opposition to the pasJ. T. Adams, sage of tlie Monetary Bill, passed W. J. Sparks, by the recent session of Congress, Jonas McKenzie, as a campaign document. A. T. Fish. . , Gus Stavason. In the foreclosier suit of the ColBUILDING COMMITTEE. umbia Finance and Trust Company C. C. Williams, of Louisville, trustees, against the Bowling Green Stone Company for Jonas McKenzie, $148,600.10 the court at Bowling L. W. Bethurum. Green awarded Bodley, Baskin & COMMITTEE. SAFE Moraucy, of .Louisville, a fee of W. L. Richards, They represented the plainDr. John M. Williams, tiff. Jas. T. Adams. s ma-chines i x 1.1 I V1 " - 10 i n C "" T" - I A Aj! i 9. BUY YOUR Clothin A 5- - Std-tio- N D , - OE - m to-da- y Be-thur- v, Cummins & McClary, Stanford, Ky. t COMI N C TO MT- - v VERMON, KY., THURSDAY. ( ."' 9 $2-50- 0. Afternoon and Evening! Wjft. SELLS jffiD .HV W. L. Richards was made a comCOURT CALENDAR. A. protracted Oscar McPherson shot and killed meeting began at mittee of one to buy the books and County Court. Fourth Mot the Presbyterian church lastnight. Carrie Arnold at No. 5 tunnel yes- stationery. day in each month. Mrs. A. E. Ewers visited friends terday. He had asked her. to mar Quarterly Court. Fiist MonDr. John M. Williams and W. Livingston Saturday and Sun- rie him severalvnmes, but she re- L. Richards were appointed on the day in January, April, July and in October. fused, so on yesterday Avhen she committee to select the furniture. day. Circuit Court. Second, Mon again refused, he said "If I had a motion of Judge Williams day in .February, Fourth Monday GHland. ot LexingOn Miss Mdttie in May and Third Monday in Sep pistol I would kill you, and. then ton, is the guest ot Mrs. - Dr. S. C. Jarve Cook deputy county clerk, tember - ' kill myself," ateppiugtp her trunk was appointed to take around the Davis. Mt Vernon Police Court; where lay a 38 Smith St. Wesson, articles of incorporation and acThird Monday in each month. Bowers of Parksville is Walter she took it out and handed it to knowledge the signature of the visiting his brother W. H. Bowers him saying, "I will try you," takThe meeting then P. A. Pennington, D. D. S.; M. D stockholders. of Wildie. ing the pistol and placing against' adjourned to meet July 21st. at Mrs. Mattie Welch of Cincinnati her forehead fired the fatal shot. OEIMTST, which time all committees are rewas visiting Mrs. Dr. Pennington She was the lowest of prostitutes. N W Cor. Third' and Chestnut Sts. quested to report, as to that proXOUISVILLE, KY. last week". McPherson has escaped. gress they have made in their work, Will be. at Miller House, Mt George Mullins, driver ot the de- all the stock holders are specially Mrs. Sue Henderson returned ernon durirg all Ciicuit Ccurls. yesterday fiom a visit to relatives livery wngon, for Houk and Son, requested to be present on that day. requests us to ask the parents of While there was only about a iu Parksville. G. "W. Mcclure. J. W. Brown. George Baker and little daughter the small children around town to quorm of the stock holders present, & BROWN McCLURE Reca Visited friends and relatives please keep them off his wagon, be- yet great interest was displayed and Attorneys-at-Lawfore they get hurt, as it is a matter we feel sure that the very thing here this week. Mt. Vernon, Ky. do any which Mt, Vernon has needed for George Johnson and U. G. Baker of impossibility for him to All business entrusted to our care Monday morni- so long is now sure to come. It is will receive prompt attention. will start a new store at Wildie in thing with them. ng- three or four children who the intention to have every thing Office room No. 8 in the old Brick the near future. were hanging on the back end of ready so the bank can commence Hotel. "Mrs. Ed Woodall of Hazel Patch the wagon, horse and driver all ran business on or about Sept. 15th. visited relative? at Maretburg the a narrow ascape of being torn to Let every one who has a spark of C. C. WILLIAMS, first of the week. pieces by a train, all due to the fact interest in the welfare of his county Aoitrney-at-LaDr. Wesley of Lancaster spent that these boys were .hanging on fight for the bank. Mt. Vernon Ky. Sunday with his brothe Theo Westhe back end of the wagon, and the 8t,Office on 2nd floor of new ley the druggist. driver was watching them iustead brick on Church . street. Specia' H Mrs. J. J. Lawrence left Suuday of the train. attention given to collections. 0 8$ for Dayton Tenn. where she will ... O A serious accident occuredat ' join her husband. Calvary about six miles from LebR. G.WILLIAMS, Prof. Reppert was in town this Mrs. Zula Jones of Middlesbor-oug- b anon, on the C. & O. branch of v Attorney-at-La.A?is visitingher parents Mr. aud the L. & N. Rail road Tuesday by week. KY. MT. VERNON. D. B. Langford was here SunMrs. J. J. Williams. the falling in of a bridge, which of resulted in the death of two Rock- day. VTre Tir W. A. Brown, w w Fatal mistakes are made by Parksville is visiting her sister, castle men and a serious injury to Herry Bales has sold out his grow those who do not heed the earlier Mrs. G. W. McClure. twelve others, four of whom were ing crop and expects to leave for symptoms of kidney or bladder few days, to make trouble that often end in Bright's Mi. and Mrs. J. E. Singleton, of also Rockcastle men. The dead Cincinnati in a visiting relatives are James Houston of Pine Hill the Queen city his future home. disease or diabetes. When Foley's ' Livingston, are Several parties from this place Kidney Cure makes the kidneys and George Mullins of this place, in Pulaski county this week. The attended church at Climax Sunday. well, how foolish it is to DELAY. Little Alza Thompson is gettiug both bridge carpenters C. C.Davis & Co. Mt. Vernon; Dr from this county are Arch It is said that church was dis- Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros., alpug nicely selling the book enti- Brown, W. C. Cabel, John New-lan- turbed at New Hope Sunday by Livingston. 'tied, "That Kentucky Campaign." Bill Adams and Walter Miller, some young bloodh who had been " Prof. James Walton of Hyden bridge carpenters, from Btodhead. looking at the sun through a bot- C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon; was here Monday and will preach There' is little hope of Cabel and tle of Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros., at the Presbyterian church , ivingston. Newland's recovery. The remains A few political speeches and oth- and Suuday. of the desd ones, were brought up penormances F. L, Thompson Sr. and Jr. Wednesday, Mullins being left off er very interesting Sunday directed attention Mbses Susie, Annie and Aba here, and taken to his mother's to here were 'Thompson, Ris?e Williams and remain over night, when the burial to Egypt and confessions very promptly at Sqr. Gat- ;Reca Baker, composed a party who took .place yesterday at the Free made liffs'. We think the Bible gives went to Livingston Wednesday to dom hurrying ground, The body Ml. Vernon, Ky. some hope to the man who con(THPt1 .A. .. Kf.11 t, .oitenci a rerejniu.. n4 ,0f James Houston was taken onto - . .. ' . ' r a Mantles and Hat-racfesses before men. J iii honor or woner oaiumeia. Pine Hill his old home,. whereJia ' ) . tP; H. GRAY'S Mupump, Trained. UNITED SHOWS -- jnima Fx position 3 AND- OLYMPIAN HIPPODROME! FULL OF BRILLIANT FEATURES A-- S; "NEW AND BkJfttf IMF um , THE OCEAN'S AWFUL TREASURE. BOVALAPUS! The most frightful, uncouth, horrible, cloven hoofed izeu of the trackless and treacherous deep. horn-bearing, V w; deii- - fo33X33!C ORLANDO ..... t LITTLE EDNA, The worlds champion somersalt sider. NEW DEPARTURES OF SUCH ORIGINALITY, AND MERIT , , ' MAGNTDE Introduced to discount all previous efforts, thus constituting a show that is novel interesting, entertaining. a. MAJESTIC IMPOSING SPECTACLES! PROF. BRYAN'S Incomparable 23 Horse'act, Seo Sees Funny Clown Band. The Worlds coampion Bareback Riders. The world's most' intrepid Aerialists. The worlds heroic Acrobatic Stars. A. M. DAVENPORT, America's Champion Expert Trick Bareback Rider. The far.fanied 3 Irvings, the Meteors. The Milvos in daring evolutions on revolving ladders suspended iu mid-aiDozens of Clowns, Trick" Monkeys, Trained Doggs and Ponies, Contortionists, Acrobats, Gymnasts, and scores ot other features. r. c! d, BIG NEW IDEB FREE STREEt PARADE At 10 o'clock each morning. Dont fail to to see this mighty pagent. Free exhibition on show grounds after parade. .Doors open at 1 and p. M, Performance at 2 and 8 p. in. Give the good wife and dear little ones the biggest of all holidav.s. Geutlemanly ushers in attendance. Tents absolutely watter-proo7 f. white-lightnin- g. . . Carpenter and ks MACK ESTES, Cheap Excursion Ratesonal Railrords'' L Cabinet Maker, specialty' If you want a real nice spring a v ' s . ..." suit right cheap come around and ATTORNEY-AT-LAlet me fix .you up. Satisfaction Mt. Vernon, - - Keftucky. guaranteed. Special attention given to col- - , ( ( I'M lectios.Jj.- R. TL, BROWN , ' tmmimili )'.W'tafcft tirttomuiui v I. y r " ku 9 'B -- . ef mmmmmrmmmmmmmmmmammmmmm HOME MARKETS. Corrected each week by Houk & Son, Mt. Vernon, Ky. r33 home-niade-Jga- ill Come to Town to See Us. BgaSf ffl 3r SOME OF THINGS WE Arbuckle's Coffee Flour, No. i, per barrel Lion Coffee Green Coffee 13c HAVE TO SELL. Tf T Viorl I2jc, i2jc 15c rrmio fr. TTnulr X? 5nn'e Timothy, clover and t Belle of Lincoln per b'rl 3.75 $3-9- S4.25 W - Daisy flour.per barrel " No 1. 4 25 $4-2Labelle flour 10c Bacon, per lb Dan'l Boone Soap; 3 cakes 5c 10c Star Soap, 3 cakes Rice, No. 1, per lb Granulated Sugar per lb Extra Light Brown Sugar lb Sprup. Caramel, gal. bucket 350 Sorghum, best 40c gi,po Shipstuff, per hundred," 6c Calico, all the best brands v Calico; all cheap grades 5c- - & under 8sc Can goods Clothing, suits, 75c to $15.00 Qcts in Lard 10c in small lotsr lots or more. 50m Northern seed oats none on hand Corn 25 bu or more per bu 60c 65c Corn, lots less than 25 bu Millet hay on hand Timothy hay per hundred $1.00 75c Potatoes per bu 74 Eggs per doz Feathers per lb 4c Cattle, extra shippers $4.75 to 5.00 $2.75 to $4.00 Cattle, common, $5-Hogs, best heavies, $4-9Hogs, medium, $375 to $4.40 Ho-- s, roughs, $4.25 to$4.45 Sheep.Iextra good, to 3.75 $3' Sheep, common, 5 & CO and bought a paifftof those Friedman Shoes I could have 0 voided all this family trouble, for the finest and best in the are the world. millet haj; corn, oats, all theycur We have harness, saddles briddles, bridle bits,- trace - 7c 6c 6c I want a pair of Friedtran, Shoes. ft n C n-- . chains, leggins. collars, blank- X & ? ets, briddle bits or anything you want in this line. Steel traps, cement for stove lining, Potatoes of all kinds for seed Onions for seed. Clothing of "all kinds; Suits from 75 cents up to $15.00 Calicoes, muslins, jeans, l. . n$ w Sugars, coffees, tea, rice. tVe keep the best no shddyo. (A r-- Oat meal, flour, meal, salt and shidstuffs. Plows of all kinds, plow points, Hoes. (spades, shovels, forks, and anything you want in this line -- 5 Houk & Son k Til-matwice-a-tuonth. O t MT VERNON, KY &yd&x$x & Salt, and bacon, &c, &c, &c, 3G$3C&3a& &3MSD!C& V tf BRODHEAD fif. .Squire Granvil Owens was at Crab Orchard Monday. Rev. A. J. Pike filled his regular appointmen at Gillard, Madison County Saturday and Sunday. " Mr. O. V. Jarrett is at home this week for a little recuperation. Misses Belle Hendrickson, Lela Pike and Bettie Wilhnot went t over with the Rev, A. J. Pike to Gillard. at his "appointment Brodhead's 'Here's hoping that ' Manufacturers fairest may have an enjoyable time. of lifone and brick. Mr. Vick Owens is back once They also furnish Liroe, Building more with his many friends here, to .ee him and Stone, rough quarry face or cut The boys were glad Orders promptly filled seem to be rejoichis lady friends ing over his appearance. Brod-hea- d Your cossepondent left 3943 last Wednesday morning in Nursery the interest of Columbia ST- of Rochester, N. Y., passed out in I wish to say to the people the Bottle Free to Sufferers. the neighborhood of Freedom campaign for Gov. of Kentucky as far as Mr. Mat Owen's will soon open up and you may in obstinate cases, the church, of LONDON, KY. kind that have resisted doctors, he enjoyed dinner with Mr. the near where iuture have a lengthy let- hot springs and patent medicine Owens, after which I walked over ter from a converted republican Surpli&Qtreatment, quickly yield to B. B. B. Mothers, this Is tho manner In which to Mr. Morgans, then back to who escaped the your daughters aro allowed to rush Into assassins blood. (Botanic Blood Balm), thoroughly womanhood, and this Ib why bo mnny woFreedom Church to Mr. Fred We have our McCreary, our Black tested for 30 years. Have you men are martyrs to disease. Begin ovon before the menstrual periods begin and Holms', one of Rockcastle's best aurl Ken- raucous patches in the mouth? our Lewis, all of whom V. BOREING. give your daughters M. HOPE, lookSore throat? Eruptions? Eating farmers, and every thing was President, of, and whose hands tucky is proud GEKSTIE'S R. M. JACKSON; ing nicel and it seemed to me are washed as pure and white as sores? Bone paius? Itching skin? FEMALE PANACEA glands? Stiff joints? Swollen was in its proper Cashier.. that every thing snow, whith their veins rushing colored regularly" and' they will become strong, spots? Chaucres? Ulpassed on to our old place. I then active, healthy, vivacious and beautiWK WANTVOUR BUS1KHSS. forth the blood of true democracy. ceration on the body? Hair aud ful young womeia happy wives artd hapfriend J. H. McKiuuey's and he Either is good euough for us and eyebrows lau outr is tne skin a py mothers.. was puting in his best licks in his mass of boils, pimples and ulcers? &3a JP " (Gerstle's Female Panacea) cures all Femalo Diseases, in- let whoever be the standard bearer " eluding Inflammation, Painftil, Suppressed, Prottiso Then this wonderful B. B. B. specorn and the sweat was running of Kentucky, he is sure to win. Menses, Prolapsus, Loucorrhtoa, Tumorsj etc'. 1 I cific will completely charge th Messrs. R. L BARRENTINE& SONS, Schlator,. Miss.,, write' as? follow. ,freeK. Thence to my old frieud A REMARKABLE CUREi. Mrs. Annie Hurt wife of section whole body into a clean, perfect t AVo hnven remarkable Josiah Mullins and trom there to which we wnulil llkotomnl-nfr-. vj.h, Tllw. u HUGH MIlXERi.PROP'R.. foreman David Hurt who was re condition, free from eruptions, and Griffiin s .where I Mr. Nelson . m.vwv nuiTyilLin VIIU 4iJ IIVl JU.1M Ji vmuu jiuir uur tmiruililil wo 1T j mm 10 iry u. . n WV"""? rtjiiium ruriuuua.l J10.8UHI hi I tint uuviseu dangerously ill last week,) skin smooth with the glow ot per iiavo me money, anu wo tout mm that lip could take it itdidlurany found him ploughing in his corn ported lio could pay fori t. lie. dulso. and ono doso cavo rel cf. and if one bottle i n i.lv wli o fect health B. B, B. drains the cureu iicrsounuimil well. She hod been, having fits and tho dnutiim luul !. continues to jrrow worse, and is I, up to ate. 'l put up with Mr and Mrs. Griffin Mem. It. L. IiAIMRNTINE A SONS. Hpfihwr. V.--. ,. . . f . , 'poison out ot the system so the CVUCUIKU IU HVt UUl M iVV UUIS, UDIKS HPiirif ri.i k ti.iin. ... .. Writs to aCSSuPorteri at for the niglu and there is no clev- Hill trains;. Druggists Sell G. F, P. Tm., car h. Oxustlu 4 Co., for symptoms cannot return. At the joor sua, . H, Albright Ins just re- - same time B. B. B. builds up the erer a man on earth than Mr. lFor Sale By C. C. DAVIS & CO., Druggists, Mt. Vernon. Ky p constitution and From there I passed turned from a two weeks business broken-dow- n Griffin. ' So sufferers in Madison county and reports Proves the W across as far as Mr. Frank Angels may test B. B. B., a trial bottle will and thence across to Mr. Frank a very pleaseut and profitable one. be given atvay free of charge. F. FRANCISCO.SPropr. Hunts, and across to the state road Miss Maud Watsou is visiting B. B. B. for sale by druggists at Located at the Depotg$?co at Mr. Jimmie PuicclPs, and back friends and relatives in Garrard $i per large bottle, or 6 large bothied', fty to Bfodhead. Never in all my this week. tles (full treatment) .$5- - Complete energettravels have I met a more directions t with each bottle. For Good' Livery Attached: Judge R. G. Williams and K. S. ic set of people than on this trip, trial bottle, address 'Blood Bawi Meet all Trains, Day and Night' every man seemed to be on the go Albright paid Brodhead a .pleasant Co., Atlanta, Ga. .Describe trouTraveling Men and Railroad G W. visit Sunday. aud up and doing. ble, and free medical advice given nten Solicited. ,tfil,l mr. lunches forr all 'Mitts., i ' " --LIVINGSTON. KT, The Signal and Twice-a-wee' If troubled Mr. John Pike has returned home with rheumatism Wanted. I want to hire ten Courier Journal one year for $1.25. give Chamberlain's n after a lengthy stay with Mr. Pain Balm a Tenn. good teams to go to Jellico, Gilpin on the milroad in to haul lumber. Will pay cash jtrial. It will not cost you a ceut Fish every Friday. Be sure and if it does no good. One applica- Northern Kentucky. "oome around to see us, tion will relieve the pain. It alsc Again you can hear the old town .. J. W. Mart.er & Sok. May 4 tf. cures sprains ana ana bruises 111 Houk & Son. drum beat, the boys are prepairing 31-Mt. Verr.onVKy d the time required by any ; for the 4th ot Julv and quite a lot other treatment. .Cuts, burns--, For insurance of any kind, firec frostbites, quinsey, pains in the of them are collected togather A fatal policy is to neglect a life or accident, only the very best agaiu after a rest for at least six backache or other sign of kidney companies in the United State side and chest, glandular and other months, by a little training Brod-hea- d trouble. Foley's Kidney Cure is a represented. Call on E. S. Al swellings are quickly cured bv applying it. Every bottle warranted. could have a band that she sure remedy for Bright's disease, bright, agent, at Signal office. Price, 25 and 50 cts. Theo Wesley. gravel. could be proud of, we have the diabetes, and C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon; We have just received car loads bovs and they are all nice lot of fel- Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros.. We have just received a large of Horse Shoe Brand fertilizer and lows and would make a show let Livingston. bill of flour in barrels and sacks, the prices are very low. Come and them go where ever called on; at sac us HOUK AND SON. which we guarantee to he as good this moment a large crowd with as any on the market; and our Men may differ on politics, rethe band is serenading the town ligion or finance, but all who have prices are such as not to be tried Banner Salve are agreed as to Why buy when equaled by any firm in town. and are making a splendid show. its worth for cuts, burns, soies, you can get tailor made clothinp as Houk & Son. W. H. Collyei still holds his piles and skin diseases. It's the cheap cheaper. ot C. C. Davis. own and seems be enjoying him most healing medicine in the world. A SPECIAL OFFER. self very well. C. C. Davis & Co , Mt. Vernon; The Signal from now until alter W. G. Adams continues very Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros., the November election for 35 cents Livingston. low. 'or the Sicnal for that leneth of time Call at the bignal, and the Courier Journal twelve Old Uucle Jim Wiggins is imBLOOD POISON CURED BY office, Mt. V ernontuDiiths for 65 cts. proving slowly. B. B. B. , tf one-thirHand-me-dow- n I Painter and Paper Hanger Brodhead; Kentucky. All wortyflrst-drtss- and guaranteed to give satisfaction. W. A. CARSON 'Phone No-- , tf MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY f Insurance of all kind 1 flATKWAL 5oooo i5qoo Vice-Presiden- Deep-seate- BLINDFOLDED! Capital BANK, t. Copper-- G.P.P. ....... F and-Scant- Miller House, Commercia- 5SM. V stnte-tnett- sti-- 'd Meadquartes for . L A j friijuJir-eoncernl- - ! im-tri- Hotel Frith Bod STOP AT THE EIGHT GABLES HOTEL. POPE, PR'OP'R LVmMmte,ti im,