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Digital page images are linked to the text file. + J T1 dUn etOl IDDl VOLUME XIV X11 V RNON 40aTELL MY FRIENDS TO BL 13R7LVEAt1U FEARLESS AND LUYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE yWv STATE r W H Eakus aged thirtyeight years committed suicide at his home in Florence by drinking car bolic acidIGf S Dick and Miss Mollie Denney were married at the brides home at Burnside Both areprom inent people It is stated that fugitive W S Taylor will make his first speech in the Indiana campaign on July 16 at Pennville Mrs Drusilla McCarty Smither the oldest white resident of Versailles celebrated her ninetyfirst birthday at her homer The Controller of the Currency issued to the First National Bank of Wickliffee a certificate authorizing it to commence business with a capitalstock of 25000 It is understood in Washington that the Kentucky Republican leaders have secured a goodly sum of campaign money from thena tional managers for use in this State this fall Gov Beckham offered a reward of 200 for the capture of Dan Owens jho broke jail at London few nights ago Owens had been tried for the murder of J H Smith and given a life sentence Moses Feltner who killed Jesse Fields the feudist a few mouths ago was captured in Knott county by Deputy Sheriff Sherman Cope and lodged in jailat Jackson Gov Beckham had offered 300 re ward for his capture Mr Justus Gpebel has left Frankfort for Phoenix Ariz and his departure is taken to mean that no further effort will be made to apprehend Fugitive Taylor unti the trial of the other conspirators has begun The Postoffice Department au thorized the following postoffices as domestic money order offices Oklahomalishment of arostoffice at Hen sonville Matcalfe county with Isaac Henson as postmoster According to an Associated Press dispatch from Frankfort Republi cans propose to bring W S Taylor to Kentucky thisJrahto make a campaign in the mountains wheic he coiild be protected bv the same element which assembled at Frankfort just beiore the kilting of Goebel Three more Democrats arrlvedht XV Frankfort to take places to which they had been appointed by State Auditor Coulter They are Fletcher Nelson of touisville who takes a clerkship in the Insurance Bureau andJohn Thomas and Henry Anton of Mayfield who take desksiu the AuditorsotBce j ij SR W Bowling of Franklin and Miss Margaret Duncan 011 Pnisiccjon Indwill be married Juty rr at her home Di Bowling isM prominent physician and Presi r dbvt of the Southern Kentucky Modicnl Association and fills the chair of anatomy in she Souther- nSclifo1 0Osteopathy Towns Along tjii i feiitraiiIn a short history or wrteVip of Brod head and about two Anonfths ago we aid the same thing or LiVingston now we desire to intergesting facts about the towns ituat ed along the Kentucky Central R R and the Eastern part of the county After leaving the Knoxville Division of the L Nat the Sinks of Roundston where the Kentucky Central branches off for Cincinnati the first station we find is Withers or Mullins Station There we had two storesone own ed by Johnson and Dooley and the other by James Cummins both doing a nice business There is found also the Roundstone Quarry Co which puts out from six to ten car loads of ballast every day Passing on up the line the next we come to is Orlando which bids fair to be one of Rockcastles best towns in the near future from hi re will start the new R R route for which has already been surveyed throl1g to the jackson line and on accountof the great amount of coal and timber and other resorces it is bound to grow considerally Orlando already has two firms Geo T Johnson and J A Wood Co which can com pare favorably with any iii the county The former deals exten sively in lumbert staves and tan balk and consequently does an immense business The next is Langford Here is found one of the greatest enterprises in the countythe Rockcastle Stone Company which employes from twenty to thirty men and saws from eight to ten car loads of stone each day The stone from this quarry is growing very much in demand It is shipped even as far as New York Boston and many other Eastern cities to be used there for building purposes With that hustling and allround businessman David Carter as boss it means lots of work and success with the quarry After leaving Langford we go only a short dist ance until we come to the thriving town of Wildie W H Jones Jones Fish and Wood Hayes compose the three business firms of the town Each firm carries a large stock of goods and all are do ing ad exceedingly good business As much lumber and as many or more staves and crossties r are i shipped from Wildie than any other town in the county On onlya short distance from Wildie can be found some of our best farms andwealthiest farmers Wildie has one professional man Dr R H Lewis who would be an honor to any town Wood French compose the firm at Rbundstone and they too can be classed with the successful ones Passing only a short distance up the line from Rouudstone we comet the last station along the K C this is Conway while it is rather small so far as population goes but n the amount of business done it ranks much higher There are two stores one owned and controlled I by Nave and Signian and the Other Ijy the Conway Lumber Corn 1 pany Eeiving the railro d at this point we gobnly n short distance out towards the Jacksoji count- line until we find another store owned by Frank Joiieslien a little further and we come tolDis putantas there we find Tom J Cress with a largetuck of goods and sellitfg lilts of thtm Iii this part ofVthe countyare also to be found tWo or three saw nulls one which is operated byH Blazer Co In Addition to all this there comes the great natural resources of the county and when developed will be the sdurceofan indeperd ent fortune for those horn in posses sion or their posterity 1 XNEWSITEM r r T Prof James Perk orirvfne has been employed as principal of the gradedschool atForfe There are only a dozen persons in the Warren county poorhouse out ofa population of 4o ore It tfsxnow believed that President l Kroners fighting fcrcc in South Attica does not exceed 20000 men J J S Minor Son are erecting an extensive flouringmill in Lan caster whichjwjiLbecompleted by August 15 Joe Summers colored w as sho by Win Crail white at Grayson Springs Crail used a shot gun Summers will die Foreign Ministers in Pekiii are said to be demanding their passports which are being issued by the Chinese Foreign Office One hundred and twenty Cuban teachers have left Santiago for Boston to attend the summer school at Harvard University Theexports from Porto Rico for nine months ending March 31 amounted to 3729193 Imports for the same period amounted to 7879209 Senator Hanna says there is no truth in the statement that three Utah Silver kings have contributed 50000 each to the Republican campaign fund Boyle county officials will begin at once the erection ofa nice arm ory for the reception of the arms and the equipment of the Danville military company While a train was switching in the yards Lebanon a few days ago two cars sheep of were derailed one of whichwas overturned killing sixty sheep The ladies in charge of the fund being raised to erect a monument ttomemory of Gov Goebe1 contemplate sending a committee to Kansas City during the time of the National convention to re ceive subscriptions for the fund W H Watts the Owensboro colored Democratic speaker who took a somewhat prominent part in the last gubernatorial campaign has had his services recognized by r JGov Beckham He has been appointed by Dr E B McCormick the new Superintendent of the Hopkirisville Asylum asVan attendant in tJieTcoloredivaTdi S t rr i JThe June term of the Piilaski Circuit Court convened last Mon day The ducket promises J ridge Borrow and Commonwealths Attorney Sharp four weeks of unin teerupted w0rkj The county jail at Scottsville was broken and four prisoners who were waiting to answer to the September grand jury upon felony charges made their escape Tlnse who escaped were Bob Cochran and Bailey Martin charged with housebreaking Thomas Tittle shooting with intent to kill and Walter Maxey colored house breaking The KentucKy Millers Associa t tion at I exington received reports dropaThe reports from every section of this State are good but from other- S ates thereappears to be u Shortage Farmers in many partsof thp State are calculating on fifteen bushels to the acre while in other portions where the rain and fly have damaged the clopa little less than an average yield is expected fhe State Prison Commissioners closed a contract witf the nKQii f Foard Company for 4oo coiwticts at 40 cents per day iPr liian the iien tobe used in the manufacture of shoes and brooms THe Commissioners also closed a contract With W S Bransford or Nash 7 ville Ceiin for the labor of fifty I of the inmates of the Eddyville penitentiary atiort cen s per man He is to establish a harness factory in the braiich prison If you want a real nici spring suit right cheap come around and let me fix you up Satisfaction guaranteed C CUus BALD SPOTS Without help a bald spot nevergrows smaller It keeps spreading I at last yolir friends say How bald he is gettingNot easy to cure an old baldness but easy to stop the first thinning easy to check the first falling out Used in time baldness made impos iblewith AWflHJr 1vQor it stops falling promotes growth and takes out all dandruff It always restores grayhaircolor of Yourrmay upon bringshealth too a bottle All Druggists I have used your flair and sim greatly pleased with it have only used one bottle of it and yet my hair has stopped falling out and has started to grow again nicely JotxLs WITT March 28 1809 C novel S Dak lIa the Dotter If you do not obtain all the benefits tj3VlgorrwrltiheDoctot Lovai Mass First fNational I Bank OF STANFORD JY Capital Stock 1100 17320wV DIRECTORS J W Hayden W P Walton J H Collier 1fD Elniore G Reed T P HillSH Baughman W A Tribble Mr TIMiller and S T Hauls We solicitthe accounts ol the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busi ness intrusted tcTiis Personal application and correspond ence with a view to business relations invited J S CashierzAA McKINNEY Asst Cashier COJLLYER OWENSUNDERTAKERS u Caskets Coffins Robes Etc Kept ir Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KENTUCKY The Lincoln County NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY Capital looooo Successors to Farmers Bank Trust Go STANFORD KY And continuously under same management for 29 years Solid fhrB- ank account hopiug Siich business relations will prove material profitable and pleasant DIRECTORS I J T Williams S H Shanks A W Carpenter IJ E Lynn William Gooch J B Owsley Jt S Owsley Sr J F Cash W H Cunimius I S H SHANKS President i JB OWSLEY Cashier W M BRIGHT Asst Cashier yT JONAS MCKENZIEMT VERNON Kf For Everything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes i3ind General Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LIVING PRICES WILLIS I GRIFFINPracticalTUndertalceT x I and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky vi Keeps Coffins Caskets Robes Linen Bosoms Cuffs and Collars furnish Metallic Caskets and have Embalming done on short no tice and easy terms Orders by telegraphor telephone promptly attended to day and night w WWTTflERSS Furniture EXPOSITldN will open on July 4th and run v through to September ist This enormous stock will be slaughtered in order to make room for new Vri J x fall gods This means just whatsit saYs wer are v going to have a rst class show and every purchase tivill be a bargain I W W WHMERS r s I STANFORD KY tVeraoQ Signal FRIDAY JUNE 29 1900 Published every Friday by EDG4QS 4LBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOp l Advertisingraics made known on a application DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HON G G GILBERT o Shelby s ANNOUNCEMENT 41WetHON JAMES D BLACK of Barbourville Ldlt ft ihrtr ttoT- T t c tio r I cause of Hon James D Black is growing stronger each v day and his nomination more certanT There is not a Brown Democrat in Kentucky but what 5Qsh heartily support him and near ly every one will gladly do so Jket us put sentiment behind us for There has been entirely too much of that already it would be a great mistake to have another Goebel race with no Goebel as a deader We have known Mr Black for years We have seen him a private citizen on the streets of Barbourville we have beheld him as a faithful layman in the church pew Vye have visited his home and partaken of the hospi tality of his fireside and enjoyed lie choicest viands of his table He is a devoted husband a fond and affectionate father a lover of his home a paragon of all domestic virtues We haye watched with mdpnratioiifeis brilliant course at the bar With clean hand holding equity therein with music invoice and candor in his brain her ti2 has marched to the front rankof the legal profession Nominate him and the people will elect him nominate Hint and Bryan will carry Kentucky nominate him and the Seventh Appellate district will have a Democratic judge nominate him and the Ninth and Tenth Con greFsional districts vill each have a Democratic representative in Congress nominate him and wef- f will lrace a good clean upright tiotrest faithful wise and able Gov1 J senior The negligence of some four citizens in regard to the titles tp their lands will if not kxbked af ter more carefully in the future than they have u thepast1be a v source of great trouble to then and probably be the caiise of them loosing it intirely Some rarties who ara buying quite a bouuclry ot land on Wolf creek and other parts oft the county have been here most of th2 week investigating the tittles some have no record made of their I titles tend there were some found whereat was patented as tar back as 1850 still there is no record made in the sourly clerks office It is a very easy matter to have a 5Mproper record made of these mat teVs and when once done is done rfor all time to come Upon thee rek rtquest of one who is interested in this matter and who has th jr oughly examined the tittles to the laiidsin the Eastern part of the county as well as some 1nother parts weoftir the suggestion that9 those v hohare not already had a i t rs y recor4 of their titles made that they do soat once before it is too Me WHEN attending the Philadel phia convention last week Hon John W yerkes said in an interview that1e was not a mount ahjeer aid did not look like one Many a toilawill remej be that saying when he goes to vote this fall The kid glove aristocrat from Danville will be haunted with that saying as andlitghost Shakespeares fame WEhave before us an anony mous letter from some WhigRe publican post marked Alameda iCalon the politics of Kentucky We would be glad to answer the letter if we but knew to whom we are so much indebted We could pile pilion of proof upon ossa of evidence that Goebel was not shot e bj any Demacrat nor was he killed by any of Sanfords frien- dsGENERAL NEWS Mrs Sallie Shackelford died at Elizabethtown aged iai years eight months andone day Gov Beckham has commissioned Dr Malcolm K Yeaman of Hend erson as Second Assistant Physician at the Lakeland Asylum James Russell the oldest man in Lincoln county died Tuesday morning aged ninetyfour He was a stanch Democrat and a fine old gentlemana Senator Lindsay has been in New York for some days making his ar rangements to locate there He says he proposes taking an active part in the business ofthe law firm of which he is to become the head Cot R D Williams of Lexington arrived home after a thee months trip abroad During his sojourn in Europe he visited all the principal points ot interest and the Paris Exposition was one of the attactions Judge W H Holt called on the President at Washington and talked with him concerning the duties to be performed by the Judge in Porto Rico Judge L6tt is uiow en route home John Poweis wanted for partic ipation in the Goebel murder was arrested at Harlan Ky but he im mediately instituted habeas corpus proceedings before a Republican Judge and this will probably secure hint another respite from jail Fugitive Ta for passed through Rochester NY Tuesday headed toward Canada t He left Pennsylvania to escape extradition proceed ings against him He told a re- Porter that certain circumstances have made impossible for him to reenter politics Caleb Powers Henry Youtsey John Wj Davis Harian Whitaker and Dick Combs the five prisoners in the Georgetown jail charged with complicity in the Goebef murder are all in perfect health and show no confinement They seem cheer ful and in good spirits The prisoners spend mdstjof their time read jing They have mariy visitors Fortyone passengers and train men were killed last Saturday night tn a vfarfeek on the Macon branch of the Southern railway near MpDonpuglv Ga The train ran in a washout and of all those on boardnone escaped deathsave those in the sleeping car Nota train man escaped Tlienvreckage caught fire and matiy l fied fo- death il tf AJ 1ftt ti i rvrv rl Dr C H Todd made an assign ment atOwensboro His liabilities are 74000 ofwhich 20 000 is due Louisville banks Assets 52000 Ms Mary Ann Edward an aged woman who lives a short distance west of Pryorsburg was bitten by a large copperhead snake The reptile inserted its fangs in her right hand Mrs Edward was in her garden pulling up some weeds rr and in gathering a bunch of the growth she picked the writhing reptile up in her arms She succeeded in killing the reptile after it had bitten her Land Stock Crop Conrad Hiatt sold at Lancaster Monday two threeyearold steers for 75 two cows at 2 65 per hundred and one heifer at 3 cents lb L Joseph agent for Schwartz child Sulzberger Co of New York has purchased in Bourbon and adjoining counties nearly 30 000 lambs all to go between June loth and August 15th Prices from 5 to 5 ctsParis Ken tuckianThe Harrodsburg Democrat notes the sales of 40 hogs for July de livery at 4 eta 125 acres of growing wheat at 40 cts a car load of fat hogs wt 230 lbs at 4ctS 27 good yearling cattle at 27 each 9 cows July delivery at ata 335 and 1 6 heavy rough cattle for No vember delivery at 4 cts The crop report prepared by Snow the crop expert who has just completed a two weeks trip trough Minnesota and the Dakotas declares the situation a national calamity and claims that the wheat failure is the worse ever known He estimates the Dakotas as prom ising onlp 20000000 each and Minnesota 55000000 a total of 75000000 against 200000000 and 225000000 of the last tw- oyearsThe increasing price of wheat has made an increase in the price of flour advisable and the Millers Association has raised the price twenty cents per hundred pounds Flour has gone up 2oc a hundred- at LexingtonW M Matheny sold to his mother a bunch of weth ers at 450Smith dl Nell bought in Cumberland county 200 sheep at 3 18 mixed cattle at 3 Inc- and a big yoke of oxen at 4Ct Adair News L Joseph agent purchased in Bourbon and adjoining counties nearly 30000 lambs all to go between June 10 and Aug 15 at 5 to 5cJoe Ceffey Joe Wright John Yeag rand I S Tevis sole 400 acres of wheat to Anderson Spillman the Danville millers at 75cE P Woods sold three car loads of lambs at Cin cinriati Saturday at 53 for tops and 44 for tails They averaged 71 y pounds there losing seven L pounds eh route W G Cowan- soldto Oilkinson Allen probably the finest lot of lambs ever raised in thecounty There 250 of theIh and their average was 90 lbs He got 6c B F Sanders Co shipped last week closing with Friday iO32 lambs to Louisville They were of the besfc qnality ay eraged 75 pounds snd brought from 7 to 74cInterior Journal Coger Davis have during the past three weeks bought 100000 bushels of wheat jiellvered in Dan- Ville Burgiu and Nicholasvile4 at from 65 to 80 centsAdvocate At Chicago July wheat was at- 66llc June 4 The same Saturday closed at 88tlie greatest adTance- sincex ueTreiters7icorncr1n the rt i 4lfir t I advance Qf 21 half of it within a couple oi weeks there is no evi deuce manipulation The most remarkable rise in the history of the board ot trade is due to North west crop reports Enormous for tunes have been made and there have been no failures X ORLANDO 4 p 3 8 There was a storm passed over here Tuesday but done very little damage Jas Townsend has got home again after a long staY abroad Chenault and Stone was here Tuesday and wentto jft Vernon to make some investigations of titles to real estate then investiga tions shows that at least half the tIlandowners have deficient titles this should warn the people to be more Careful about recording deeds promptly and thus protect them selves and heirs W M McNew is getting his threshing machine ready to go to Garrad county to thresh wheat There is a new business house going up on the north side of the railroadThere has been some very strange noises heard on the ridge road near Willanrs farm of late that has backed down more than one brave fellow if you go that way arm your self with a gun or some good whisky Borned to the wife of Alex Hel ton a boy Geo T Johnson has a nice rig and of late he is taking many drummers to Mt Vernon Many of our citizens went to the circus yesterday Miss Ida Childress continues very sickThe oat crop now promises to be very good We expect Dr Childres home to day and we tender him a hearty welcome J W Andersons baby is very sick at this writing Mrs Drew has been sick for sev eral days but is much improved- D B Langford will open a store at his old stand below the rail road at crossing in the near futnre Geo T Johnson has increased his stock of goods and continues to make very close prices Geo will make many prices that will be hard to equal all this season sPeciallY in groceries and shoes Quite a crowd attened the circus here yesterday They carry with them lots of stuff and their street parade is among the best we have ever seen Mr and Mrs J AGilPin have been called to the bed side of their sister Mrs J W Jilpin who is not expected to live CASTOR I Av T Infants and Childre- nTiiek Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of Men may differ on politics re ligion or finance but all YIO have fried Banner Salve are agreed as toI its worth for cuts burnj SO piles and skin diseases Its t1ef most healing medicine in the world C C Davis Co MtV r Dr Clark Brodhead Hagaii Brqsi LivingstontW R SMITHS COLLEGE jEXIrfbi i liWhoremnn un atLrin ni to S olerwUX r h aver k for mons as BeekSfeewr St5iv r i o11peryarhis graduates HieHegreceitei 1u Worlds ExpcsHleny Mrefers to thou Ii V rt1rcessful graduates No r at tts cer RtOI Influential Calkgc 1iIaU rI ltr out for refercHce Read advertiscm nutvtitan address only WR 5mUvicxi fS i 1bJ II 2 Ift l 1L- he Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signatnre of under All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with endanger the health of Infants ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is GASTORIA astoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhrea Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation Flatulency assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach Bowels giving healthy natural Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears the Signature of The KM You Haw Always Soup In Use For Over 30 Years THC STREET ff GREEN FRONTsie T LY L i STOREYSis the place to Drugs Patent Mediciries Jewelry ta- tinery Cigars gvmd Tobaccos Paints rid Oils Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Protnpt Attention atAll Times h lien j Town DAVIS P C0M yr 7J PhoneNo 3 Backache should never bp neglected It means kidney disorder which if allowed to run too long may result in Brights disease dij betespi other serious and Oil t1I tatal complaints Foleys Kidney Cure is guaranteed for the kidneys C C Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hagan Bros Livingston QUICK RELIEF FOR ASTHMA Miss Maud Dickens Parsons Kans writes I suffered eight years with asthma in its worst form I several attacks during the IM year and was not expected to lit t through them I began usujj Foleys Honey and Tar and it Liy failed to give iuimediit relief I have just received a complcu cf photo materialand oii please you in any thing you wam Mrs S W Davis sa When any one has puiclinMtj 20 worth of goods we gJ t you a nice picture and frame fr HOUK AND SON WANTED To buy poultry of all kinds We will pay tc highest 11ItrkelpricesIi 30tf Mt Vernon Ky Cycling ii Is us ups and dovi After the downs use Banner SsiKt if youre cut or bruised It the huriqti ckly IDr i LivingstoitFor snit of lothesrt 750 up a lyvas vou want UU xa j a rid eeec Davis a LJD f Vt torer4 y S rR liaryi about 3 Y1 trto dispose cf tlv fall ofniyU a laisiiig They tH the arHt ri0ning by May 5 the ltrsjot some measuring f ncliesiaronuL Send tne your r der fortl nic urit you wart Price 4oF1i IK hundred jc r ri JfPfi sJ4s FRANKLIN t and Juts been made Iris personal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this and antI and its and and It and and sleep The U G buy Call C C had never line will hea arid ty LaltGlitlI iIa fifeLDtTJON- I t VII Cent Sugar sel Free to Every Mirrie Lady i Di T4JL sen n 01 your paper VWlieve thill ihnist tiled 11Jdn1 tismg tYr lIH do is to get sii pc ofour good into the lint the peoplt Therefore UVHU ending iLl t cjtoot sterling s l ipjHkd ingar shell such an we guarl1at 400 ruli to every HMYI i lidy in the United States IIY tips If it There is noth- i tpi J v Tlie SMJI ih lute iii onfer a Ian Ji on your iu rx nlrriEz uiti this an 1fd its tear pKr Each 1 ilBC bv talit dr as t rrtirie ti t c d to t iJiIt 1r It lhem s gileJ = JMiy of ica i setl illus fu rltrt t lint 1t klljOi1 may t hft tiit alJV MFC CO t ml 11irfS tilt Chicago riWORN FROM OCEANTO OCEAN u rOCR CIre Ynoa Iszb 1ITIti 0r t a 111 u KYr orPres V U7UUPl Kcr v 41Nt ftStt azoeitloaeX8ItlolJJkiokaandWTJLUDTJrBWIlTlIG = TBLE1PiI3l9Cf1 t30Featncby Diploma wa4w ee Jl a t JIi Mfe Vernon Signal gt loonrEoteretlac Mi Verns By Pustoffice a sec muclbfts mall mutter- J A r TIME TABLEI 4 north 1105 a m C26 north 132 a m jssjj south w 1j57 p ir 25 Suuth 144 a jjAS iLANDRUAi b niI MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 2rd Mon lay 10 A nt CHURCHES Christian Holds services 1st do i2rl Sunday at 11 a m and AtjO p cu PresbyterianHolds services on the 4th Sunday Baptist ChurchServices on Saturday night and Snnday thesecondI School at 9 a m every meeting on Tuesday nights t G CG PERSONAL DCDC W C Mullins is in Frankfort TS Miller of Lancaster is here visiting his parents C C and R G Williams are in Lexington on legal business Miss Cleo Mullins was up from Livingston shopping Monday James Reynold and daughter Miss Mollie of Pittsburg visited relatives here Sunday Dr E J Brown passed through onTuesdays train on his way home from Livingston Miss Deloa Brown of Commerce Texas is the guests of Mrs Dr George Lawrence L W Bethurum spent Monday and Tuesday hi Livingston looking after some legalmatters V T A Stewart was here Mon lay on his return from Richmond where he spent Sunday Flora and Florence Pennington twins entertained quiet a party of little folks Thursday last Joshua Boreing Sr left Monday for Nashville Tenn to spend a month or so with his brother Misses Sallie Purcell Mary Dur man and Master Fredie Purcell visited relatives here this week Mesdames Nannie C Albright and Matilda Houk visited relatives- at Biodhead Saturday and Sunday Hon J A Sullivan and Judge J B Chenault were here Monday investigating titlesto landon Crooked Creek Dr W J Childress returned efcterday from the Louisville med 1calcollege from which he gradu ated Wednesday arve Cook says he is having no trouble in getting the subscribers to sign the articles of Incorporation for the new bank Miss Susie Thompson will repre sent Rockeastle in the parade at Stanford July 4th There won t be a prettier girl there J E Hamm was in from Orlon do Wednesday and says he will probably move to Missouri be tween this and Christmas Rev James Allen of Danville who officiated at the marriage last week ot Miss Lucy Crooke to Mr Wade Gushing of CinCinnatialso officiated at tlie marriage of her par ntsjMr Cash Crooke and Miss Lucy Adams andat their death preached oth of their fin ttl Li i H ii Jimes Arnold aud George Conn were over from Lancaster Thursday JMeB djynes DN Seely and W aretIt guests J W Brown fMessrs John Pope Jacob Sim Stucky and Miss Ora Clancy of livingston and Miss Judith Simpson of Pine Hill spent Sunday in town Judge Chenault of Richmond was here several days during the week The greater portion of his time is now spent in this count He has vast interests on Brush Creek in way of mineral and timber lands Attorney J A Sullivan of Rich mond was here two or three days andreclords ly purchased end being purchased by the Chenault syndicate These people we understand will begin the constructirn their railroad in the fall LOCAL ITEMS DEAD Miss Eliza Adams daughter of Ben Adams died Tues day morning FINEDHenry Loman was fined 100 and cost last Saturday for be ViJdfeIa young saddlehorse I desire to sell or trade for young cattle CC WILLIAMS The Peoples Party have called a convention to meet in Louisville Aug 1St to nominate a candidate GovernorRELEASEDJames Townsend was released Monday having re plevied the 150 fine against him for selling liquor ROAD OFFICERS DUTyGive as good county roads and to do that much depends upon the Overseer and road Commissioners The wheat crops throughout the county have been greatly injured by the great amount of rain which we have hadduringthe month HELD OvERrWm Gant was held to answer before the Ciruit Court under a bond of 250 for shooting at John Pittman in the Pine Hill fight LEG BROKIT J Proctor fell from a cherry tree Monday break ing his leg just above the knee While the injury was very painful the physicaiis think there is no serious trouble- MISTAKEWe hi1 been in formed that ourstatement in last weeks issue saying that Oscar McPherson wanted o mary Carrie Arnold the girl whom he shot is alla mistake so we nake this correctionRh ON ACCOUNT OFACEWe are very sorry but on account of a very limited amount of space we are compelled toleave out a very fine article written by the Rev B S Davault on How to Fight the Battles of Life Alone STRAYED I have now in my possession one bay mare six years old When she came to my house she had ort a small bell Owner can have same by paying all damages CONRAD HiATT 5t near Brodhead- ADMINISTRATOR Ky J John P Hou ton cau e in Monday and qualified as administrator of the state of his soil James M Houston who was killed in the railroad wreck at Calvary last week He went to Stan ford Monday night to transact some business n nectedvith the estateIk Five more phones have been added to the exchange hereand orders are out for ten more GooP ROADS The county road commissioners are very wise in de ciding to pay more attention to grading the roads and placing small rock and gravel on them We ex pect to see a decided improvement this year Let each Overseer enforce the road law and have every hand to put in 8 hours good hard honest work each day Five deaths five feet lost and three leggs broken from accident is the remarkable record of events that have occurred in this county within a very short period of time beside one death and three wound ed from gunshots Mr Editor your editorial on the subject of turnpikes and bonds is to the point and the matter should be seriously taken up by our people discussed pushed along and brought to a successful issue Keep up the agitation A Citizen LEG CUT OFFCharley Brons ton colored an employee of the Rockeastle Quarry Company had his leg cut off Monday morning while trying to jump a train Drs M Pennington and JOhn M Williams were the attending phy sicians He died that night from shock and internal Injuries OPEN IN SEPTEMBIRProf Ew ers received this week from Dr McDonald a pledge for 300 for the Mt Vernon Collegiate Institute This will secure his services for another year and we may look forward to the opening of the school on the first Monday in Sep tember new wholesale grocery firm IThe in Danville had their representative through this part of the State Wednesday for the first time The firm is composed of the wealthiest men in Boyle county Their salesman is George Bohon and a better one than he is not to be found anywhere MADE A DEL1rGATEWe were specially glad to learn that the Hon W R Cress was chosen as one of the delegate from the Eleventh district to the Kansas City Conven tion It will be a great pleasure to many of his Rockcastle friends this being his native countyto know that he was given this high honor Mr Cress was for several years a school teacher of this coun ty and later editor of the SIGNAL About eight years ago he left this county and went to Monticello where he began the practice of the legal profession and at the last election in his county he was elect edcounty attorney by a handsome majority The wreck at Calvary last week in which three Rockcastle men lost their lives and four others consider ably mashed up was as one of the railroad officials expressed it one of the most complete wrecks which ever occured on the I and N system The wreck caused a gl eat loss to Rockqastle In the death of W C Cable George Mullins and James Houston we lost three of our best men and using the expression of one of the crew with whoiii they worked Three of the most moral men on the entire line Neither of the three men ever us ed whisky in any form never swore an oathwe speak of late years dur ind the time which we have known them and never used tobacco ta keri all tpgather is something which can be said of only few men We liaCi no ai Vwordrt6sav against e Ll any one of the crew for as a train man said just alter the accident happened before getting the facts concerning it Let it be which one it may we willsuffer the loss for they were all model men and useful to have in a community In the case of each it is a very sad affair WC Cable leaves a wife and six children to mourn the loss of a devoted husband and affectionate father George Mullins leaves a heartbroken mother and James Houston leaves an aged father and mother whose silver locks and tot tering steps show that their stay in this life is short May God have mercy upon them and be a stay to them in their hours of sor row and grief is the earnest prayer of the SIGNAL CONVENTION CALL Persuant to the order of the Democratic State Executive Corn mitee of Ky the Democrats of Rockcastle county will meet at their respective voting places in the various precinct of said county Sat urday July the Iota 2 p In for the purpose of appointing delegates to the county convention to be held at the court house at Mt Vernon Monday July the 162 p mto select delegates to the State Con vention which assembles at Lex ington Thursday July the 19 to select a candidate for Governor All persons who will at the No vember election 1900 be legal voters and who are devoted to the principles of the Democratic party and who desire to see those principles succeed and all Democrats who by participating in said con ventions will feel honor bound to support the nominee of the Demo cratic State Convention shall have a right and are hereby invited to take pare in said con mention Rockcastle county isentitled to one delegate for each 200 votes and fraction of one hundred or more votes cast for the head of the Democratic national ticket at the presi dential election 1896 r R L BROWN Acting Chairman PULASKI COUNTY The docket is unusually large especially in the indictments for the sale of liquor in violation of the prohibition law there being over 200 of this class of cases The charges ofa criminalnature amount to 459 ordinary common law cases 66 and equity cases 242 There are several criminal nature particularly the one against Mrs Sally Freeman of Beaver Creek Pulaski county who is charged with murdering her husband About eight months since a mys terious attempt was made upon the of Freeman by an unknown assassin whoentered his home in the night and while Freeman slept shot him in the headr but by almost a miracle he recovered A few weeks afterward he died very sud denly and in somewhat mysterious manner His wife is now charged with making the first attempt upon his lite by shooting him and also by causing his death by poison A post mortem is said to have shown that Frenians death wascaused by some deadly drug Mrs Freeman is a sister of Hon Ie W Examiner Lester late State Inspector M ISJ SCROFULAthin I paleness You have them I hot weather aswell as in ldi j SCOTTS EMULSION cures them in summer as in winter filG6N4l 41Nf ONISK l4O e x s jLISTEN I yJ YIl BUY YOUR Clothing Hats IJ Shoesw w OF a K o FATAL mistakes are made by those who do not heed the earlier symptoms of kidney or bladder trouble that often end in Bright disease or diabetes When Foleys Kidney Cure makes the kidneys well how foolish it is to DELAY C CDavis Co MtVernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hagan Bros LivingstonC Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hagan Bros ivingston BLOOD POISON CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Deepseated obstinate cases the kind that have resiste J doctors hot springs and patent medicine treatment quickly yield to B B B Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years Have you mucous patches in the mouth Sore throat Eruptions Eating sores Bone pains Itching skin Swollen glands Stiff joints Cop percolored spots Chancres Ul ceration on the body Hair and eyebrows fall out Is the skin amass of boils pimples and ulcers Then this wonderful B B B spex cific will completely charge ih whole body into a clean perfect condition free from eruptions and skin smooth with the glow ot per fect health B B B drains the poison out of the system so the symptoms cannot return At the same time B B B guilds up the brokendown constitution and im proves the digestion So sufferers may test B B Ba trial bottle will be given away free of charge B B B for sale by druggists at per large bottle or 6 large bot tles full treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle For trial bottle address BLOOD BALM Co Atlanta Ga Describe trou ble and free medical advice given Sweet Bells Jangled Out of Tune and Harsh Shakespeares description fits thousands ot women They are cross des pondent sickly ncrousa burden to themselves and their families Thefr sweet dispositions arc gone rnd they Hhc the bells seem out of tune But there is a remedy They can us- eMcELREES Wine of Card vi It health to the womanly organism and wealth there means well poised nerves calmness strength It restores womanly vigor and power It tones up the nerves which suffering and disease have shattered It is the most perfect remedy ever devised to restore weak women to health and to make them attractive ial directions address givingsymp tomsCI The Ladies Advisory partment The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Teniii OKSV JV SUELTH Camaon S saTsMy wife used Wine of Cardui at home forfallin the womb and it entirely cured her 1 Furnishings Cummns McClary Stanford 6t druggistsFor COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Moi day in each month QUARTERLY COURT First Monday in January Jpril July and October l4ondayin May and Third Monday iDS Ir- t nberIMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month P A Penmnoton 0 D S M D DENTST- N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House It ernon d u 111 gIn CiB tIt Ccviii G W MCCLURE J W BROWN McCLURE BRO- WNAttorneysatLaw MT VERNON KY All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention Office room No S in the old Brick Hotel C C WILLIAMS Aotrneyat Law Mt Vernon Ky Office on 2nd floor of new brick on Church street Specia attention given to collections R G WILLIAMS Attorney LawMT VERNON KY R L BROWNS ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KEFTUCKY Special attention given to col lect- iosCarpeEter MACK ESTES and Cabinet Maker Mt Vernon Ky Mantles and Hatracks a specialty WOULD NOT SMFFER SO AGAIN F0R FIFTY TIMES WtS PRICE I awoke last night with severe pains in my stonach I never felt so badly in nUmy lire When I came down to work this morning felt so weak I could hardly work went to Miller McCurdys drugstore and they recommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy It worked like magic and one dose fixed me all right It certainly is the finest hing I ever used for stomach trouble I shall not be without is in my home hereafter for I should not care to endure the sufferings of last night again for fifty tines it- spriceG H WILSON Liveryman Burgettstown Washington Co Pa This rewedy is for sale by Theo Wesley Mt Vernon Ky t 9fjpUlklnds i Corner to Town to See Us HOME MARKETS j Corrected each week by Houk Son Mt Vernon KyjArbuckles CoffeeI3cLion Coffee I25oC Green Coffee I2fC 140 Flour No i per barrel 475 t Belle of Lincoln per brl 425 Daisy flour per barrel 445 Labelle flour 475 Bacon per Ib IDC Danl Boone Soap 3 cakes 5c Star Soap 3 cakes Rice No i per lb 7 Granulated Sugar per lb 10Ci Extra Light Brown Sugar Ib 6 Sprup Caramel gal bucket Sorghum best homemadegal 4oc Shipstuff per hundred Iou J Calico all the best brands 6c 1 Calico all cheap grades 5C under Can goods Syjc 1500rLard roc 9cts ct 50 Ib lots or more 1 Northern seed oats none on hand Corn 25 bu or more per bu hoc Corn lots less than 25 bu 65c Millet hay on hand Timothy hay per hundred 100 Potatoes per bu 75C gper doz 76 rFeathers per Ib 400 Cattle extra shippersto SOO Cattle common 275 to 400 11Hogs best heavies 505 Hogs medium 495 440rSheepextragood 425 to445 Sheep common 300 to 3 75 SgserjjjjD BRODHEAD J T Dunn wife and Miss Campbell of Texas are visiting his fathers family Josh Dunn of this placetoEd Dunn of Danville was ivp enjoying a visit with his Texas brotherT Johnson has abandoned snippingof poultry until cold weather Rev Livingsfon filled his regu far appointment at the Christian church Sunday Attorney John Brown of Ml Vernon was here Sunday and en joyed a splendid dinner with Jonas Brown W G Adams died at his home near this place Monday night He eaves two sweet little girlsIMany farmers report their han vest of grain good j R Cass is taking a much need edrest in Indiana this weekwith friends He will return with his wife and stop off at Louisville and visit his mother George Mnllins who was killed in the wreck near Lebanon wa buried at Freedom church The funeral services were conducted by Rev Hendrickson The decease- vas a prominent and promising young man and will be greatl mused by his many friends Master Woodyard Owens and Master Oscar Totten two of Broc heads news boys were visiting friends at Maretburg Sunday Mrs Mattie Farmer and moths r Mrs Sarah Totteu are both coii4 fined to their beds with grippe Mrs Barbara Houk spent sever days wilh her father Mr JGCUSS Brown last week while her sist r Miss Mollie was at Lebanon attending toJier brother who wzs hurtJu the wreck near that pace last week f John Newland and William 2 iIO f 9 E t3 Sft j O nft I0 PJ CLl ctOOOi- jl w rq r ro 8- L i D h aqfi 0VtWko O fJ SMF f aqD v If I had gone to Houk Sons and bought a pair of those Friedman Shoes I could have avoided all this family trouble for the theIworld Lyv ntaopof lriedn an Shoes H We keep the bestno shoddy i Houk Son I KYyAdams are expected to be able to retum home some time this week but it will be a long time before either of them are able to return to to work John Durham and Sam Wiggins are back for a few days rest They have been working in the yards at Louisville Miss Neville Carson was in attendance with Mrs Cable in her trying time with Mr W C Cable while on his death bed in the hos pilaua Lebanon and remained with her until his remains were brought here W H Collyer is gradually wear it4 away He bears his sufferings well gird says its all right NeVer in the history ofour lit jt villige under the hill had so itIanew was clicked over the wises o fll thtt errible accident on the C LebaIHj II Houston and George Mullms ml later the death ot W C Cable Johniwoundingsalter Miller If the entire town hldljell draped in mourning the havedhj more troubled the people wire so shocked that it seemed to pmlyzeall business arid when the liens of W C Cabels death rciclied itus reenied as one gone that no one could flit his place A a husband he was akiudand generous one as a father he wa almost worshiped by his dear little iIjstructorand n church his place will be hard to fill Death has called him honn where we feet ehis reward awaited his coming He leaves a wife and four children to mourn ins loss The sympathy of the entire community goes up in behalf of the bereaved wife and children and his aged father and m9th twhp thaI IiingRESOLUTIONS WHBREAS It has pleased a kind Providence in His infinite wisdom to remove from among USJ our friend and neighbor W C Cabel anddWHEREAS We the teachers officers and p npils of the Christian SundaySchool of Brodhead Ky whose Superintendent he was have been for years intimately acquaint ed wih him and his ability as an earnest and zealous Christian worker in church and Sunday School his kindly disposition as a man his great value to our commu uprightsChrittian gentleman and appreciating our association with a character of suchsterling worth and feeling sensibly the loss ot such a man from our midst and from the Christian workers of our community Now THEREFORE Be it Resolved that wr the members of the Christ ian Sun ay School of Brodhead Ky do hereby extend to his be reaved inn ly whom God sustains in their sore Affliction our heartfelt sympathy in their loss and the loss ofour tiitire community and also of the Christian world in the death of our friend and brother W C Cable JR SSR CHRRREY iss SALEJE PURCELL AHEvANs 1tt JRITHJ W A CARSON r Committee4i i astrouble Foley is Kidney Cure is aj sure rei r fr Brights disease diabetes and gravel IC C Davis Co Mt Version Brose7ANlED1 want tohire ten good teams to gojtp Jellico Tenn yrcqsbhviceamJ TWIVIART ltk f t r3L tf 1ft VercQj tK The SIGNAL and Twiceaweek Courier Journil one year for 125 Fish every Friday Be sure and come around ix see us May 4 tLHOl1 Son For insurance of any kind firee life or accident only the very best companies hi the United State r 411brightagent We have just received car loads of Horse Shoe Brand fertilizer and the prices are very low Come ands e us HOUK AND SON Why buy Hand ine down when you can get taller made clothing as cheap or cheaper CCDavis Insurance ofall I ki ndsCall at the bignal ll t Vernon m 3 no 1 + r 1 M sill P r 0f pfD COr o 1 f 0i r 1rM 5 rl +en fro O rr i C yOfQ D l JJ M W O n EH3 If troubled with rheumatism give Chamberlains PainBalm a trial It will not cost you a cent if it does no good One applicaj tion will relieve the pain It also cures sprains and and bruises in 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 bv ap plying it Every bottle warranted Price 25 and 50 cts Theo Wesley1 We leave just receivedalarge bilbo f flour in barrels and sacks widen we guarantee to be as good asunyon the market and our prices are such as not to be equaled by any firm in town HOUK SON i i A SPECIAL OFFER The Signal from now until after the November election for 35 cents or the Signal for that length of time and the Courier Journal twelve xich tor 65 ctti Death by Fireis horrible but has it so many terrors as that lingering death which results from those diseases of the womb an ovaries which afflict more than onehalf the Women of this country No hour of the day or nliserytl1ercis 110 happiness BUT THERE IS RELIEF speedy and permanent and a cure which is con plcte in maie 2stles 1 Vhatecr your be cured as this woman was 4 THE B3R PITMAN tw Mr wife a1 nw GFPGt caused hy a com of wombtrouble GF P mm Gerstles uner taking fourttr live bottles of your Fe 9 completely restoredw v lulu uurhitMiiu threeln iiains it she strength andtifO teen pouiuia in w J your medicines the finest made 9 PITMAN l earn Sbrines Miss i 1ar11gg1Sts O Orf2 Panacea tTrllf te L HE1LTK CiCB CbstUnoo grt kCLhrffoirlnretr 0100 I KYFj 7 STOP AT THE J 5 EIGHT CX1LES tHIOTEL P i i r JI PIOPEtlL 11 PROPR i 4 i 1V Nj + 5J Vj 1 i t r 6 fr LWvo I 4 j SOME 6J THINGS WE HAVE TO SELL it Timothy clover and uiillet hay corn oats all the year Q W Weliave harness saddles e briddles bridle bits trace T- fe chains leggins collars blank R ets briddle bits or anything you want in this line O- fy Steel traps cement for stove lining Sf- v Potatoes of all kinds for seed T f Onions for seed T Clothing of all kinds Suits jj from 75 cents up to 1500 A Calicoes muslins jeans J Sugars coffees teerice n i7iK Hoesspades shovels forks and anything you want in this line L Salt and bacon c c c j WA CARSON Painter and Paper Hanger KentuckyAll teed to give satisfaction Phone No I VERNONMT COMPANYit Manufacturers of Ura and brick They also furnish Lime Boiling Stone rough quarry faee or cut Orders pr mptly filled 3943 1 ST NATIONAL BANKOF Capital 50000 x Surplus i5ooor V BOKEING Resident hteHOPJt VicePresident R M JACKSONCashier VK WANT YOUR BUSTNES 7 vrfller House HUG r M iIJEiR PROP HeadquartesVfor Comrnbrcia MenPorter at alt trains Hotel Fritri F FRANCISCQropn Located at the Depot Sod hed Ky AttachedMeet traveling Men andMIfbadv tilunchesJ