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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f I c Jt s f 1f I ft0 Lr 1tiii t t f l C fi d J ivnlV L lV l 1 VJ iN011 IWCIC STLE CCKIifTY KYF IDAYtjdL Y 13 1900 NUMBER 42 tic rlrr =ir ri r7 4 x r TEL LIW Y FRIB DS rOBEBRAVEAKDFEARLESSAlSD LOYAL TO THE GREAT CO iON PEOPLEtr ii ot jy yitiy yw rrKJ Xiju tn T pl C7rA J W tr ST fEIA The Controller of the Currency ssiied a certificate lto he Trigg rnasgovautJioRzi ing them to begin biisiiess with a Capital of 50000 A new postoffice was establish ted at Weber Haubdck county James R Hardiu postmaster also VJheatToua Laurel county Mar Postmastera United States Marshalkp4idward Wilson was killed and Tip jpay and James Bush Vere mortally wounded in Menifee county Vvliile fthe latter td ftere resisting arrest J R keiiionV caslii iof Hie Grant County Deposit batik at illiadfstoti d arid t H S fcetnoh assistatit cashier have both tender ed theit resignation to that iustitu- tion nte Thfe nexi regular cjuartefly iiieet irig df the Brashear Medical Socie ity vill be held at Taylorsville July Louisiville will read a paper on Infan f tile Scurvy In the 30600 damage suit of Fred Kirch and wife against 0r J B Haydon and J H Grassom 6f Salem the jury at Marion returned a verdict for the defendant 1he plaintiris alleged malpractice rvLV Monarch has Pum1c ased- she Daviess countjr distillery from the National tlpositBank It is the largest distillery iii aviess county and has a capacity of Ty2oo barrels obrain per day The price paid is not known The Elks of Georgetown present fed that city with a fine flag which was raised with much ceremony over the new City Hall The pre sentatiou speech was made by Hon J C CantrilTand the acceptance l SmclatP YIJetective James Peel of1 Nicho tasVille pVVcliased1 the two famous bloodhounds Pat and Tom which liave tracked and rui down many criminal in the Kentucky rive l ndsle Jogs were pulchased i by Mr P efaud wilrbS used in of ficial business in Jessamine county Near Mayo Mercer county For= rest ATford shot and instantly killed William Overstreet Both are farmers and men of families and the trouble dates from last fall when Overstreet kilteJ several7fTfj turkeys belonging to Mrs Alfofd then sent Alford worn to come drive the others off his place land dance at a house at the moulh river in Whitley county kvbunduj in a general fight in Ijwhich knives and pistols figured1i ffrbiuinen y Sidne Sutton- a OUI11 of Sher nines SuttoIt js charged sik t airl n tJed diaHim m the Republican chairman of the 7 Twentyseventh judicial districtt itfiascalled county conventions for July 14 to select and i ittit dele f7 wC L gates to the district convention to Igbeheld at Manchester Clay county IporiJ uly 21 to nominate a candidate forLCitcuit Judge This is thedi rs trict which nows has a contesty jpj eriHingVpver the judgesliiv lf V i Zauiboahgo Mindanao P I Aprtl Ist 1906 Dear Brother It iwith much pleasure I answer your enter estin g letter I nm welland likviiVg a Batafalion here A B C D Cumipinies the other CosY areat different parts of the Island it and K at PrangPrang H and Gat Oottobjitto L dont know where the other Batallion issta ti oned This Regt hasnt done airy fighting and are not at tdd forever thingy t A few nights ago tljer e ivassohIe shooting occured over in IVtarket that is a native village Col had the call to arms sounded tlie c5in panies all fell inline but pretty soon found out it didnt amount to dismisSedIThat haPwend that looked any thing like trouble I dont believe I want to fight as badas I thought I did these people look as if they could put up a pretty good scrap theyhave the Remington rifle and a Bolo that is a large knife looks like a corn knife but has sharp edge and are finished off nice a very dangerous weapon and you bet they can handle them too You want me to discribe this Country I will the best I can but there is very little to telL This is the 2 hd largest Island of the Phil ippines Luzon is the largest one Manila is thelargest City on Luzon has something like 150000 1 dont know the population just going by what I hear But I will get back on this Isl we are stationed on the only level place I have seen about 5 mile square here is where the most of the Bananas and Coconuts grows 5 miles of here the mountains I havent been batik in them yet my Captr two Sargeiits and three privates took a trip back to them they was gone 8 days When the returned they were a pitiful sight dirty raged and hungry one of them told me the hills were so steep and rough they had to throw a rope some places to climb up and never saw a person after they reached the ace cept one wild hog and a few Monk eys saw a good many Pan ots most of them has red feathers a few green feathered ones there are all color and kinds of birds here and tare dogs lire than Carter had oats they ate of a wild nature you see much of theniihday time but at night they come dttt and howl all night a fellow cottltlnt sleep on his post if he wanted too although some of the boysshave managed t dose off and let the officer of day catch them dreamingthen they areJ good for a Court Martial and a fine 1550 and i month in the Guard house We get a Court Martial for- mbst any little thing if one goes o tGuatd Mount with out shaving that nidiriing or the night before lit will be4 fined 500 it he gets drunk F he willget a heavy fine I have es 1 caped so far J have never had a Court Martial or have never got any extra duty I am trying aw ful1 hard to get out with a good Discarg but it will be hard to do We have had two men dishonorable discharge out of this Co for drunkness one other in the Guard house now waiting General CM and inost 0 likely lie will1 get Bobta ljIJorr a E t Y 4 Dishonorable Discharge we call jt Bobtail he was found asleep on his pot A good many out of the odier Cos have got the same thing aOI Vbelfevesuch a strict Regt but 1 guess it is the best after all for die 0r saysil the men wouldstay drunk onCaba- all the time it would kill them It 1issell tor pct a glass Spanish money two glasses will make a man drunk and three will get nini a Bobtail ltj isa pretty good drink tUotigh tastes like Wine but not quite so good there are several saloons here keep beet bur no whiskey they are not allowe d to sell it I dorTt knW what is the reason for wben arty one wants to get dnink He can tyithdht it 1 got the paper with the crontof Gobies death I hated to hear of it as baa as if I was a- voter there are a good aialfy Ken = tUckians here batLlte most of them are Republicans so his death was snotd to think I would vote the Republican ticket but it is all up vvnfe nie now i wilt fight them all my life sd you may look out I am going to be a Politit iu ha ha Well ihadju st as well tell you something abbot Zambo ango it is a small place as I Lave said before the Spauiards burned it before theY surrendered there are several larg buildings here yet they belong to the Gover m ht they are occupied by Chniniese who owns all the stores here the iifostof the goods ate cheap especialy sillc en gopds all stuffsFmped from America are high but the most of the Merchandise are sn1ped from Borneo and Hong Kon goes the Chin Spanish Dame for th nfbuys all their goods from Hon g Kong thatthey can t h YourBrotner Jr Xjeprge Pennmgton PGSSU N HOLLER ev lQreenf Business lasNweek on the farm and next Satur day night will fine ja complete round up With farmers work for a time Corn never looked better oats spledid pastures excellent and gardens better than usual tho Blackberries and other JfrtitSare a flittle scarce The telephone toy Mt Verso n has been completed and they tell inie that sounds can be conveyed on it to diff rntpoints tiio I nevertried it One man told m thatHewa1kedinto the exchange i aotr veryVWe also learn from Ittlie yhdne r that Adli E Stevenson is to be Vice President again I was ex ftremley glad to hear that Now Presindent Biack for GbveYnor afid the telephone asa news bearers wef surely ought tobe and wiilbea l1appy yegple l t I see a great longarticle m3 SiG- NAL headed good roads arid signed A Citizen jSTbwlOnt know who Mr AC Citizen 1st but she saidmaf1ygbCd things iand made valuable suggeStions 1jttad vice and Suggestions are wdrth liut- naihttle entheYJrif upon idea fi f k Lears There ever has been strong ini in the county butif rj ropertyar gued much of it can be overcome it is s rangto that most ot it is ffrpmwould not ef ctNow the people living say from o Smiles from a pike contend that j3 benefits only those livingalongtlie line but this Jtliey would soon find to bey a mistake for the pike itself would be a sufficient inducement to them to fbuild leading to it in order to reap the benefits which they can likewise gain from such a road Now if we ever expect such tin enterprise in Rockcastle it mast bfe talked and worked up In your next article Bro Citizen give us rlav The interest on 3oooo at 6 pei cent only amounts yearly to the sallefy paid 3 of the county officers this can tie paid and pike 1000 bond at least which we can dd and hardly know the difference yearly thereby paying it off This will adtanCe the value of land all over- tHe county invite iniigration and it nien with capital will settle among u us and help to develop our resour ces and make Rockcastle what it actually ought to beone of the best mountain counties in Kentucky Let us hear from men through fout the county on this subject I Jani well pleasedwith both tick to tand platformInfct I had been consulted by the leaders t ZoNow hi e us well it Jtc Very Truly v BucK VARNON VABDt t John Bloomer had a fine mare toy fall dead in the plow one day a t Veek The Teleyhone Co has their line completed from Level Green to Mt Vernon The office t is at fe iIK Brays resident near this place Jas Payu6 was taken very while cutting oats Monday Joo Payne cut his foot very bad = lywhil putting up telephone poles- Rev H T Williams filled his regular appointment at Buffalo Sun day George son1 of R LBry fell- cuttinrron a mowing blade Sunday aveiyseveregash in one of his feet Our school begins Monday witn W M Bussel as teachers s We with the Dost of our neigh bos want tosee Black get the electede CASTORIAFor Infants and CMldre The Kind You Have Always Bought Beata thor Signattreof r Many thousands have been te stored to health and napiness by time use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy If afflicted with any throat or lung troubi give it a trial forit is certain to prove beneficial Coughs that have resisted all other treatment for rears have yielded to this remedy and perfect health been restored Cases thatseemed hopeless thrt the climate Jt famous health resosts faild to benefit have been permanently cured by its use Bear in mind that eve yjbot tie is warranted arid if it dQestiot- prove benefclalthe money will lie refunded QtY9ul For sale byall Druggist P i i Pirst National i Bank J KYa i Capital Stock 5100000 Surplus 1732b DIRECTORS J W Haydn W P Walton J JE Qollier M D iilntore G Ried T P Hill S H Baughman W A TribMe M J Miller and S T Harris We solicit the accounts ol the citizens of Rockcpstle and adjoining counties as urin them prompt and careful attention to all busi ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspond ence with a view to business relations invited J S ROCKER Pres JNQ J McROBERTS Cashier AvA McKINNEY Asst Cashier = C LL ER OWlENS 9 UKDERXAKERS r i n Caskets Cons Robes Etc Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAQr KENTUCKY The Lincoln County NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY Capital4 looooo Successors to Farmers BankSTMt Co STANFORD KY And continuously under same management for 29 years rSolicisiyt r Bankaccount hopiug such business relations will prove materially profitable and pleasant DIRECTORS J T Williams J E Lynn J S Owsley Sr S H Shanks Wi1 tam Goocn J F Cashyt A W Carpenter to AJ B Owsley W H Cummins S H SHAHKS President J B OWSLEY Cashier W M BRIGHT Asst Cashier GO TO JONAS MC KEItZ1 c MT VERNON KY For inEverything Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Slices and General Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LIVING PRICES WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertaker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Kv Keeps Coffins Caskets Robes Linen Bosoms Cuffs and Collars furnish Metallic Caskets and have Embalming done on short no tice and easy terms I iOrders by telegraph or telePhone promptly attejoded to day and night ERSVVtGreat Furniture EXPOSITION will openon July 4th and run through to September 1st This enormous stock newVaretgding to have a firstclass show and eveiy pur i chase will beai bargain IV W wifPIERS Yfvi The banci boys ill give aii ke Cream supper in Court house yardThursdayeV1 Ig Tiv I2Q1 MtVeraan Signal RIDAY JULY 13 1900 Published every Friday by EDGAR s ALBRIGHT A SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR too Advertising rates made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HON G G GILBERT of Shelby ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the HON JAMES D BLACK of Barbottrville candid Lte for GoveJnor subject tony regular action of tho Democratic party The selection of Hon Adlai E Stevenson of Illinois for the Vice Presidential nomination is a worthy compliment to that distinguished Democrat He will strengthen the national ticket because the people from one end of the country to the other respect and admire him He was born iti old Kentucky in the I tpiuity of Christian attended Gen tre College at Danville and when abput 1 years old moved with his arents to Bloomingtou til- tnearly age he began the practice of lavvJ He served two terms iu congress from the Bloomington district which is greatly republican d rom 1884 to i3Sfhe was Pdst master General under Grover Cleveland and nominated aud elect ed with Cleveland in 1892 He made an admirable presiding officer over the federal senate for four years and retired in 96 with the higest esteem of that body Ex Gov J Proctor Knott says that with an intimate acquaintance cf 20 years with Mr Stevenson he never knew him to utter under any circumstances a single syllable say oring of profamty irreverence or impurity We have often heard Hon John W Yerkes remark that Mr Stevenson was the purest man he ever saw iii public life that with his vast nun ber of entertain ing stories nevei did he relate one but what Ive could relate in the most refined circle of ladies T Short linie ago this paper made an honest and sincere criticism of J an editorial in the London Ken tuckianaThe next week we failed tn receive the Keiituckian- tyesduglit other subscribers and rfdund to our surprise that they fluted to reveivfe a copy We have since found out why the numskull editors cut of that week only o They wrote a response but were afraid to let us see it Shame on the cowards they have proved 3 themselves to be You have proved yourself bushwhackers in deedand deserve not the respect of decent men The influence of this paper is sold not for prqmises All the gold of Golconda would v npt infltience us one jot or tittle- One thing am sure by gouuy hoss as uncle Green Sutten would say have never refused to publish the resolutions ot a Democratic 4 County Convention or meeting as the Kentuckian did We were never charged by our bietherer ink Rockcastle after losing a pass with weakening and trying to1 sell out to f thKI rior another one NayJ t r T i 5lf kNavfPrfliiierr not once fv VitfJ rj g ii With the sharplyftrawn issue of anlj imp rialismmiitarlsm and the trusts we are in a splendid shape to wage a successful cam paign The watchword of this falls battle will be Stand with the RepublicXe are assailed from within and from without The Republic is dangerously threatened ri1i Republican policy of hriperialI ism is the destroyer of sidiously at work undermining the foundation of the most beauti ful most just most comprehensive and most equitable national labr ic ever erected by aspiring than Piri vate trusts are gnawing at the very vitals of our nations corpus while militarism threatens our eace and hapiness and destroys our independence It is ever fatal to free institutions and means conquest abroad and intimidation and op pression at home A large stand ing army is what millions of our forefathers fled froth Europe on ac count or It creates ar unnecessa ry burden of taxation and is a con stant menace to our liberties Hon David B Hill proved him self a giant in the Kansas city Con vention He was easily the big gest show there and his speech sec onding the nomination of the matchless Bryan was a masterpiece and proved himself the equal of any man in the land ExGov James B M Creary in behalf of Hon AE Stevensons native state Kentucky seconded the nomination of the Illinois stacs mon and did it in a way chat captivated the Convention The basis of representation for precinct delegates at the convention to be held Saturday July the 14th shall be one delegate for each fifty votes and fraction over twentyfive cast for the Bryan electors in 1896 provided however that each pre cinct shall be entitled to at least one delegate Said precinct con ventions are to be called to gather and presided over by their respective precinct chairman The re spective precincts are entitled to the following number of delegates Mt Vernon 3 Rouudstone 2j Scaf fold Cane i Crooked Creek i Livingston 2 Walnut Grove 2 Browns 33rp4lu d 4 L R L BROWN Actg Cur Dem Co Com Georgetown Ky July 11J Judge Cantrill overruled the motion of tile attorneys for the defense asking for a continuance of the trial of Caleb Powers until the oct term of the court The affidavit prepared by the attorneys for the defense showing their grounds for asking for a continuance were virtually all admitted to whichwould have forced the defense into trial any wayhad not Judge Cantrill over ruled the motion Six men have already beenpassed although they are subject to peremptory challenge before final acceptance Avenire of 200 men have also been sum moned There will probally not be very milch done towardS taking evidence before Monc- ayORLANDO G T Johnson and family were visiting in the Wildie neigh fr ood Sunday last Mr Owen Allen andwife of Crcoked Creek were visiting at Cove Saturday and Sunday Mr 7 H Anderson a bridge carpenter man returned to his work near Paris Sunday Mr scar Hayes 8f Vi1die is- cIerkiig forG TJdliflS ii l peti Y J4tt j r 6 i1 rict if l iJ i Church at Flat Rock Sunday and J S Iraugford is to be baptised by Rev Williams every body invited Prof J S Reppert has a fine lot ofapples anHpeaches on liis ridge farm ilev Williarife poached at H zelp thh SatUrday audI Sunday last Schools will begin in this neigh borhood Monday the i6th and we hope all the teachers will have a good attendance Mr Joe Smith and his son Bogue stock buyers were here the first of the week Mr James McHargue was over in the Pine Hill neighborhood Sundaj Mr F to hompsoft the hust ling drummer ftas with us a few days ago Mr Abe Evans aiid wife were visiting in Laurel county Saturday and Sunday Mr Brit Durham has had a very sick child for a few days but it is much better at present Mrs Sallie Ball is still improving Wm and Moses McNevv have taken their wheat threshing ma chine t6 Madison county we hope they will get lots of work to do Judge Cbenaiilt and Jerry Suliv an of Richmond wtre down look ing after the interest of the new rail road the first of the week Miss Mary Gad wild use to make her home at this place but who has been gone on a visit for some time returned the first of the r e- kLIViNGSTON fx3p3 Dispatcher Merrimee vas in Louisville last week Lewis Dillion has reriiriied from Garrard county Mr Ed Ballard of Pairtt Lick was here to see his sick brdther last week taslcalledGooden who is seriously ill Mr Sam Ward is quite sick and is unable to come to his office wHile his son W R is in his place Mrs Coffee of Stanford came out to be with her brother in his last hours Mrs Lee Beb ofBowlirig Gfefen is visiting her paaents Capt and Mrs A N Bently Jereme Adams and wife W H Cottengim and wife affrf Misses Cora Adams Bessie Mullins and Rosa Petite attended church last Sunday at Red Hfll Mrs Sue Mullins is visfting te uncle Fred DeBoard at Hamlet 111 Misses Ella Stanley and Carrie Burton have returned from1 Visit to friends in Grabv Oichrdand Stanford Sam Magee spent Sunday with home folks in Crab O chatdl DIED Tjie two year old child of Dick Morris about tbniiles from this place Mrs R C Wade has taken rooms with Mr and Mrs Rhine heart for the summer J J Clancy and Mart HiX are with J T Blankinshipin Iinco1n- wherethey are building adVvelling for W M Fields Miss Mattle Tubbs leaves today for JelicoTenn where she will spend a shorttime and trierl return to her home in Lebanon function DIED Capt Torn Jini Ballard afUr a long and pint suffering passed quietly away ot thevevetiing of the 8th Five weeks ago he came to this place where he has L i I ben with his son Mr Mat Ballard Who administered to his wantsi He was a contented seemed willing to submit to the will of Him who doeth aUithings well His remains were taken to his home on Big Hill for interment A large crowd from heretatteuded tie burial Land Stock Crop =i John W Yerkes has sold to Jerry C Caldwell the Yeiser and Shearen places in one body for 32900 The two farms contain 470 and in this sale went at 70 per acreE AdvocateT Ran y sold to Fox Law Sot a small bunch of hogs at 44c William Matheny is delivering- his wheat to Morris Fred at 75Cu McWillianis Roberts sold to E 1 Pence 104 mixed sheep at 2 to- ScJohn W Stephenson sold to 6x McDowell i37opound cateaVc I P Ballard Bros61d to Adams of Jessamine tci6 ewes at 375 Green Siler sold 175 to same at sameCharles LuC g ofTvUtes Co bought a bunch of eves 6f J W Thrown at 3 c and s ldJC Lyuu a lot of fat hogs at 4 fdt Wilkinsan Allen sold to Siihou Weihl 90 i 4OOpouud cattle at 5C and to J C Lynn five butcher cows at 376 to 4C J C Hays bought of Bud Martin five heifers at 17 of Holtz claw Hicks four at 16 andof Wright Kelley eight atCI4 W T Beck sold to Poi Logan a pair of mules for 263 and b ugh a mule for 75 He also bought three heiters for 56 Th0111asI Metcalf sold to Cogar Danville 3300 bushels of wheat at 75C Mr Metcalf had in 146 acres and the average was 25 bushels D C Allen bought in tile last few X4ays a carload of butcher stuff at 254 to 410 He shipped two cars of lambs to Cincinnati last week that cost 254 to 5Illterior Journal STUNTED Does youi hair split at the end Can you pull out Does It seem dry and your hair a chance Feed it because they are starved thats all Th- eEst Rfrfdd i a handfulby yourfingers lifelessGive notodead If rtO t h onee Ayers a druff falling the It C4TMitZowe1IrasAW1 color to hair it 100 a One stoiiptfd my xnd MarehSS started AVers l curcdine f InSs fffeatJy mylmr8J thing wdndez nVou April lal vtgotr you expected Dit Insurance of all 1 ItK1r1j f llut tilt f r i tlie P1r ii r The Kind You Have Alwajs Bought arni wlllch has been lii use for over 30 ycara has borne the slgnatnro 9f A been Ins p fsonal its infa1tb no one to deceive in SUl Counterfeits Imitations und Justasgood arc but Experiments that trifle vitli and endanger tIle health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA fjfI Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Par Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant t contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narctitac substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverislmcss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tlie Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE ALWAYS Bears the Signature of b The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years nTHIf STREET ij J t o 34 34 ctr C q I MakesMyMammaWell j and unless the mother is well there can be lit f tie happiness for children or husband and little help or comfort for relatives or J It It is this greatest of all blessings HEALTHvigorous boundi energetic tI ambitious health that c GFPMGERSTLES CASTORIA gives to womankind It heals strength ens and regulates her whole sexual tem There is no womb it wi111 c not cure and atthe same time it tones up- andinvigoratcstheontirobodyandmind GF P SAVED THIS WOMANS LIFE thelwslIiiwluen KiitiriIy cured by Us use Her menses have been restored and 11or her itjs bctn entirely rc lioved It his done her more Rood titan nil of the doctors that have ever treated her and I am iroimjto try and induce all of my Muring friends to use it I do not bliuve she could have lived had it not ben for a F P and I intend to keep it in my house all the V time W M MOOKK Estill Miss r If unr Case is Ut fully rovrnid bnir nut toot HEALTHY HirvY Hnvrv writo in coiitiiteuuu to lAdle IHOTI1EBIt raft it iHrnll r fr frwt nrltltr o ro4 rCO-Fat Sale By C C DAVIS CO Drnggists Mt Vernon Ky BRODHEAD IDr Gravely says Mrs is very mnch improved The 4th of July is over and the boys who feel like great big men only when they get full of the dev ils bug juice had anotheropportu nity to show their big knives and pistols Mrs Sarah Totten continues very low from Lagrippe MrsR S Martin IP yet much improved Married Jily4th W D Gibbs and Miss Coin Born to the wife p1 AJ Hag t gird an 8 pound boy Josiah Mullins md family of hear Maretbur visited relatives here Sundayr V Nl Welsh General manager for the Pine Hill Coal Go was here- On business dVthe same HEARTBURNI I When Jthe quantity of food taken is too large or quality too rich heartburn is likely to follow and has1IeasifyIqetvyeen and when you feel a fullness and weight in the region of the stomach alter eating indicating that youhave eaten too much take one one ot Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the heart burnmay be avoided For sale by 1111 druggist i ru has made under supervision since Allow you tins goric j rCofIr friends trouble Pottes Yoece meals DRUGGISTS SELL GFP CURE FOR CHOLERA INFAN TUMMEVER KNOWN TO FAIL- Durin g last May an infant child of cur neighbor was suffering frop cholera inruntum The d ptqrs had given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberla n s Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Refht ely to the house telltng them tfia I felt sUre itwotldiCt ood jf Ut according to directions piptWQ days time the child ljacully re covered The child is now vigor otis and healthy I have reccm mended this remedy frequently and have fire ver known it to failMrs Curtis Baker Bookwalter Ohio For sale by all druggist THE MST EXCITING SAMAI3 IN 30 YEARS IS NnW ON t Everybody must havo a Dally Tb CamOaiil i J Offer of IIOO SfQTl IjHt NT 15 itITle 1V THE LOUISVILLE EVENINGPOST BY MAIL ONLY The only unbiased aflU impartuf daily in the South REGULAR RATES One mcntU SOc T hreemonths125Six Months 200 TwelveMonths 300 Send for Sample Copies THE EVENING POS1 Louisville Ky i tt Vellllo Sina11- st l tiTFtZvo11 Ky JuLYi3 1900 J tt1itut t the Ml Vcrnuu Ky PostuBce as tea class malt mutter 6 r mi ILOUISVILLC NASHVILLE R R Co It TIME TABLE- s 4 north 1105 a in 26north 132 a m 23 sQlth 157 pm 25 Sduth 144 a t- o1JA5 LANDRU Agent MASONICIA8h1snd Lodge No 040 meets 2rd Moil lay llim CHURCHES Phmtiaii Holds lservices 1st 3rl Sunday xtfljiiu rind at 630 pm Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th Sntlday Baptist Clrareh Services on the Secon Saturday night and Sunday Suudaj School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tucsdayoiitn o LOCAL ITEMS f Remember the ice cream supper next Thursday night The Republicans will hold their county convention tomorrow John A Mullins of Livingston was here on business Saturday Mr and Mrs C Carmieal have been on sick list this week George Frith and Joe Frye Ad ants daughter were married yester dayzMrs Will Ridet is here visiting her parents Mr and Mrs M J Mister Read in another column the ad of Dr R A Jones dentist Stan ford Ky Mrs R E Thompson and child ren of Lancaster are here visiting relatives Jake Wall en visited his sisters Mesdames H L Tate and J F Griffin this week John Jones hasbeen transferred from Lone Mountain Tenn to New Port News Va The band boys will furnish music for the street Nicholasviller August 2nd and 3rd The brick layers will commence JVfonday week laying the brick on Houk and Sons new store room M G Reynold was in from Bee Lick Wednesday and qualified as administrator for Mrs Margarette Copps The poles for the telephone line from here to Wildie Langfprd and Orlando will be set Monday and Tuesday Judge R G Williams was ono of the Judges in theIoo diamond ring prize coutest at Lancaster lask night The old Soldiers will have an eii campment at thetmiddle of next month to lastv I r three days I vl r Or v Eacliafrdreyerj democrat should attend his precinct convention tomorrow and rally here on Monday In large numbers Col A N Be ltlyW H Ric- H r SBfanriaihan TD MuUifis and LT Stewart cams in to at v f tend the lodge Monday x l This icewill have the cata f logue for the Mt Vernon Institute iRUHopEvery one can look forward tr another 4gobi scljoohthWrye art r t 1 I r1 Ed Shodretumed yesterday fromarrvisit to friends and relatives elilt son count Ihavea goon youngsaddle horse t I desire to sellor trade forAyoung cattle C C WILLIAMS W Ft Brown will return Sun i day from Graham Missouri where he has been located for the past six months Prof A E Ewers and family will leave Monday night for Indi ana to spend vacation and work for the interest of the school Mrs Mollie Golden of Louisville- is here visiting her parentsMr and Mrs Jas M ers she will spend the Summer months with them Remember that Saturday July 22nd is the day set to meet and have a report fiom the different committees connected with tHe bank The band boys will give an ice cream supper in the court house ward Thursday night July rgth Let every body come outt and pat ronize then Mrs Taylor wife of the gentle man wtio bought the Spradlin farm is very much dissatisfied with Rock castle on account of the extremely bad roads Mrs Cleo Brown milliner can now be found on the first floor of the brick on Church street facing the court house where purchasers will be gladly welcomed For insurance of any kind firee life or accident only the very best companies in the United State represented C iLon EmtS Ak bright agent at SIGNAL office Save the price of a new suit by having me to clean andrepare that old one MIDDLETON Tailor Stanford Ky T J Pennington will commence Monday building a school room for the new district which has- tbeen made by taking some off of Qf the Mt Vernon Cove Chestnut Ridge and Pine Hill districts This will be district No 72 lhis office will begin in a few days getting out the catalogue for the AssociationiThe premiums are much better than they have ever been before and the fair promises to be the best we have ever had John Pitman and Tom Jones dis missed on a charge of malicious shooting and wounding Bob Owens Pate McClure John Pitman Bob Owens and Robert E Nichols fined each I andcost for being drunk T j Nichols r and cost for breach of the peach Coal operators in tHe Corbin section i as well as the mining districts of Jellico are in receipt of many communications front consumers of steam coal in Alabama Mississippi and other Southern sections desiring to know prices on coal deliver iV ed These inquiries are the result of a strike which now seems im minent in the Southwestern mining regions i Squire Henry Braun mati wash Monday and s about the Kissing Abug tilich we have heard so moch its appear ance in the Scaffold jfcane neighbor hood biting several peopleand causing a general Jajarm anon thei peopleFivesalready been bitJ anti there has r been one Beat JSjm Copes son whose face swelled twice its natural size and love f lip rotted offbefore whoItion but pMe hope of tlirrecovc- ry i f5 ri q At the sale of old carpets formerly used in the State Capitol building at Frankfort a carpet taken from the floor on the office of the Secretary of State was sold for 29 though it had no real value There was spirited bidding for it because of the fact that it Vas the carpet on fwhich it is alleged the assassin stood who killed Goebel DIED On the 26 Miss Eliza Adams daughter of B F Adams after a long and continued illness ofsixteen weeks Miss Adams was greatly admired by her associates and will be sadly missed by all Her last days were spentin prayer and reverence to God and her last words were words of comfort and admonition to her friends and relatives left behind to so prepare themselves that when the resuiec tion morn shall come that they will be able to meet her within the Pearly Gates where there will be no more separation She leaves a father five brothers and two sisters and many friends to mourn her loss Weepnot your loss is her eternal gain Rev BS Davault PINE HilL o yyc rMr and Mrs Jno Meadows re turned last Saturdry from a trip to Bee Lick Springs J M Prewitt is doing a hustling business In the blackberry line shipping a quantrtyofberriesederyr dayv r Miss May So vders of Mt Vernon has beenvisiting the Misses Meadows v J Mr George Pike a promising young Railroad man of this place has been visiting home folks for the last day or so Farmers are cutting their oats this week and they say in spite of the dry weather the yield is fairly goodSchool opens Monday with Miss Georgia McFerron at tie helm She is quite a successful yoeng teacher having swayed the berch en septer over many other schools before attempting Pine Hills tin ruly urchins I Would like to say a word in regard to good roaks for it is a good thing and should be pushed along Every one knows well enough it would increase the value of real estate onehundred percent Next the farmers would pay more attention to the breading of thor ough bred stock when they are able to show their pacers on a good road with no fear of injuring their horses by fallen g into gullies or over rocks that now have pos session of our Rockcastle rots Good roads are necessary for the protection of our country as the roads are nw it would be almost an impossibilty to move artillery or other military stores over them Lastly it would benefit the morals of the teamsters that get hung up in thefinudlioles for we all k lOW how at some time the air turns dark dfti ious arou 1d him as he tries to get the wagon and teanion his shoulder and carry them out Simon Weihl bought ofSarii Ipr sy the 98 r47oipoiind export cattle at 5oiW l Hannaa lot atc of D L Moore 147 slopped cattleyli atn46 andofLi lard Bros Jiaatr 4C Harrodsbufg Democrat lIT crtW B Hatchgtt shipped 270 lambs to Chicago and F0t6cJor them During the month of June BF Sanders Co shipped 5 260 ilanibs to Louisville They c st5 to5I4c and brought 5 and 7 j C 7 TIarrddsburE Democrat TfIE DIST 0F W UNDEi who have been healed by Banner Salve is very large It heals all wounds or sores aud leavesno s ar- C C Davis Co Mtr Vernon Dr IClsftk Brodhead Hagl Bro Liv ingston COURT CALENDAR C06nTr Cot3 tmFo11th Mot day in each month QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon 1OctoberCIRCUIT1 COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember 01 j MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each monthI P APennin ton B D S M tf DENTST rl N W Cor Third and Chestnut SfcL LOUISVILLE KY j Win be at Miller Housc Mt ernon du ringail Ciicvit Cciiits G W MCCLURE J W IJROWN McCLURE BRO- WNAttorneysatLaw MT VERNON KY All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention Office roomNo 8 in the old Brick Hotel rt L C C WILLIAMS AotrneyatLaw t Mt Vernon Ky Office on 2nd floor of new brick on Church street Specia attention given to collections f R G WILLIAMS Attorriey at La w MT VERNON KY P 4 H L jRON ATTORNEY ATLA MT VERNON KEFTUCKY Special attention given to col lectiosl MACK ESTES Carpenter and Cabinet Makers Mt Vernon Ky Mantles and Hatracks a specialty P R A JONES DENTIST STANFORD KY0 Phone No 8 Office over Higgins McKenneys Store The VerandaHotel t JI JOSEPH pOFFEYi PROPR t Stanford Ky Speciallyequipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor i j Bask rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day i I r WOMENSRGHTS Many women suffer all sorts of sO called female weaknesses simply because their kidneys are out of order and they have a right Ito know Foleys Kidney Cure is just What is needed by most ailing w meni CJ C Davis CovMt Vernon f Dr Clark Brbdhead Hagan Bro- Jivmgst6nV i i t BUMPS OR BRUISES 4 SPra4pr or sores burns or scalds wounds or cuts tetter or eczema all quickly cured by Banner Salve thempst healing medicine in the world f C C Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brpdtead Hagan Bro Liv iu tonl t 1 LJ1 ENr0r- Z I y f BUYYOtrnt CIothingr Shoes FuniishingsQF J Cums McClary Stanford Ky I STOP AT THE i J t EIGHT GABLES HOTEL 1 GW POPE PROPR L fsINGSrON KY 7 GREEN FRONTJcPCDRUG STORE 3c is the place to buy Ci Drugs lateht Medicines Jewelry St tionersr Cigars and Tobaccos Paints and Oils A Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Prompt Attention at All Time1 Call When In Town CC DAVIS COMt Vernon Ky Phone No3 Backache should never bp neglected It means kidney disorder which if allowed to run too long may result in Brights disease dia betes 01 other serious and oJten 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 had several attacks during the last year and was not expected to live through them I began using Folevs Honey and Tar and it has never failed to give immediate relief havejust received a complete line cf photo material and can please you in any thing you want Mrs SW Davis 33 Cycling Has its ups and downs After the downs use Banner Salve if youre cut or bruised It heals the hurtquickly C C Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hagan Bros Livingston Fox wood suit of clothes front 1as High sYPwant them cairand see C C Drugstore STRAWBERRIES I will have about 3000 plants to dispose cf this fall of my own raising They are the earhstriPening by May 5 and the largestsome measuring 5 inches around Send me your orIder for the amount you Price 46 cents per hundred for fall Planting S C FRANKLIN Mt VerripnKy i r Men may differ on politics re haventried Banner Salve are agreed as to its worth for cuts burns soles piles and skin diseases Its the most healing medicine in the world C C Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hagan BrcsA Llvlngst01iJ tT GRAND GIFT DISTRlBUT VN A FortyCent Sugar Shell Free to Every Married Lady EDiToRInsert name of your paper We believe that the most effective advertising we can do is tbget samples of our goods into the homes of the people The tdfe- vie are sending an elegant sterling silverplated sugar shell such dsti e sell regularly at 40C each to emery married lad Sttecrwho writes for it There is iictli ink to pay The gift it absolute Yon will confer a favor upon your lady readers by making this announcement in your paper Each lady will send her name only as this too valuable a gift to send to persons who dont ask for it them selves We give choice of gnu tbf lour 4oc designs and will seals illus lIlayIMorgan and Harrison Sts Chicago RIEDMMi I OCEAN WORN TO I iii- W r 1 I aJll3131Dr 4s 16fi r l JITRYA u PAl BduM T Son r lit Veinon Kyi Cuts and bruises are healed by Chamberlains Pain Bairn in a bout one third the time ary other treatment will require because of its antiseptic qualities which cause the parts to heal without mattiredtioh For sale 15 all druggist = 0 j 1W Come to Tvn to See U8t TY7J ID 1 Vi 7 HO MR MARKETS i Corrected each week bv Houk 15uI Arlnickles Coffee i5ct Lion Coffee 14C Grtfii OnlTee is 6c 14C it Fhiur No i per barrel 475 ItBelle of Lincoln per bVl 425 Dai y flour per barrel 445 i Labelle flour 4 75- Bicon per lbvv J toc Dali c star 5tiRice No iPtjr lbt7i c GranulatediStifcar per b c Extra Light Brown Sugar kb6Ic Sprup Caramel gal bucket 350 Sorghum best ho iemade gal 40C X100tCajlcoyall cheap grades 5c under CH S3c Cldihuii suits 75C to 1500 LSIHI toe in small lots 9cts in 50 moreFln s oats none on hand I Corii 25 bu or more per bu 6oc Corn lots less than 25 bu 650 Millet hay on hand Timothy hay per hundred ioo Potatoes per bu 75C Eggs per doe 7 2 Feathers per lb40c r Cattle extra shippers 475 to 500 Cattle common 2 75 to 400 Hogs best heavies 505 Hogs medium 495 Hogs roughs 375 to 440 Sheepextra good 425 10 445 Sheep common 300 to 375 foC3K3 BATTLES FOUGHT DURING THE OIYIL WAS Th win laws of the Confederate Reunion Hall at Louisville bore u red letters the names of all the Southern lenders in the Civil War an Hn addition the following chro nological list of battles which is in teresting both as history andalso for the fireside scrapbook f BATTLES OF 1861 July 2 Hainesville Va July 21 Bu1 Run Va August to Wilsons Creek Mo Sept 1220 Lexington Mo Oct 21 Wildcat KLNov 27 Balls Bluff Va Nov 27 Belmont Mo BATTLES OF 1862 Jan 19 Mill Spring Ky Feb 1416 Fort Donnelsou Tenn March 6 8 Pea Ridge Arks March 89 Hampton Roads Va March 14 Newbern N d March 23 Kernstowu Va March 28 Cumberland Gap Ky April 67 Shiloh Tenn May 5 Williarastown Va May 23 Front Royal Va May 25 Winchester Va May31 Seven Pines Va Tune 1 Fair Oaks Va j June 8 Cross Keys Va t June 9 Port Republic Va S 1 June 1 6 Secession ville S C June 26 Mechanicsville Va June 27 Gaines Mill Va june28 Chickahominy Va June 29 Peach Orchard Va fe Juue 30 Savage Station Vat s June 30 Charlotte CiYX R d v Va sI H Juiy i Malvern Hill Va fjuly 13 Murfreesboro Tenn S Cedar Mountain Va Jf pAuJ 9 Cedar Run Va r 7 iAug 9 Grov eton Va V flv Aug 29 Gainesville Gas vlAug 30 Second Bull Run jflPvAugl 30 Richmond Ky Sept i Chantilly VaIiSept 12 15 Harpers Ferry Va Sept 4 South Mountain Md Sept 1416 Muttfordsyiile Kv ept17 Antietam Md r Sept 20 Inka Miss Vi Oct 8 Perry ville Ky l J Qct 15 Big Hatchie Miss Oct 1 5 Corinth Miss v Dec 7 Prairie Grove Arks vpec 9 Hartsville Tenn Dec J2I8 Goldsbotq N C Dec i3FredeticksburiVaV I 1 Dec 20 Holly Springs MissiI i- t t r 0O cr I 1 j tJ- F ttCD O F enr l 0 0 i r 01 JJ g 8 jU1 t fDroo SGo t 0ro W O 9- 3o rt jtjI If I had gone to Houk Sons and bought It Ipaii of those Fried- mant Shoes I could have avoided all this family trouble for the are the fittest and best m the 1 worldI t I Want a pair of Fried tr an Shc es r We keep the bestono shoddy f fK j I v r TV j 1 1 Houk Son j MT VERNON KY ac eoe o JC h r cJ Dec 27 Elizabetlitownj Ky DeL 2829 Chickasaw Bayou f Miss Dec3I Jan 2 Stone River leui BATTLES OF 1963 Jan n Arkansas Post Arks March 46 Thompsons Station Tenn April RaidAla1bamaGeorgia May i Port Gibson Miss May 23 Fredericksburg Va May 14 Chance llorsville Va May 16 Champions Mills Miss May 27 Port Hudson La June 68 Millikens Bend La June y Beverly Foid Va June 9 Beverly Station Va June 1315 WinchesteI Va July 13 Gettysburg Pa July i Galveston Texas July 4 Vicksburg Miss July 9 Jackson Miss July 18 Wagner S C Sept 1920 Chickamauga Ga Nov 9 Rapahannok Bridge Va Nov 23 Orchard Knob Teuu Nov 24 Lookout Mountain Ten Nov 25 Missionary Ridge Tenn Nov 27 Mine Run Va BATTLES OF 1864 Feb 20 Olosteo Fla April 8 Pleasant Hills La April 8 Sebine X Roads I a April 12 Fort Pillow Teun April 30 Saline I iver Arks May 5 September 3 Chatta nooga to Atlanta May 55 Wilderness Va May Sto Spotsylvania CH Va May 910 Cloyds Mountain Va May 910 Swift Creek Va May 1216 Drewrys Bluff Va May 1316 Resaca Ga May 15 New Market Va May 1630 Bermuda Hundred May 2327 North Anna River May 25 June 4 Dallas Ga June i Cold Harbor Va Jure 5 Piedmont Va June 9 Kennesaw Mountain Ga June 10 Brices X Roads Miss June Kellars Bridge Ky June 1112 TrevillionsStation Va June 1519 Petersburg Va t June 1718 Lynchburg Va June 2223 Weldon Railroad Va June 2230 Wilsons Raid Va July 5 Green River Bridge Ky July 640 Chattahoochie River Ga July Monocacy junction Md July 26 Peach Tree Creek Ga r July 22 i4t1autaGaf JY 22 Vi1c1le7te Va ff ltI1 July 30 The Crater Va August 14 Strawberry Plain Va August 1518 Deep Bottom Run VaAugust 1721 Six Mile House VaAugust 2i Summit Point Va August 25 Reams Station Va August 31 Sept 1 Jonesboro Ga Sept 6 Oct 30 Before Petersburg Va Sept 19 Opequon Va Sept 25 Athens Ala Sept2S30 New Market Va Sept 30 Preebles Farm Va Oct i PoplarSpringsChurchVa- Oct 5 Altoona Ga October 19 Cedar Creek Va October 27 Hatchers Run Va October 2728 Fair Oaks Va November 3 Hohey Hill S C November 26 New Creek Va November 30 Franklin Tenn De ember 69 Deuvauxs Neck k c December 15 Naslfvifte Tenn BATTLES OF iSfr January 1315 Fort Fisher N C March 510 Wilcox Bridge N C March 16 Averysboro N C March 1921 Bentonvill N C March 25 Fort Steadnian Va March 25 Petersburg Va March 31 White Oaks Roads April i Five Forks Va April 2 Petersburg Va April 6 Sailors Greek1 Va April 6 High Bridge Va April 7 Farmville Va April 9 Blakely Ala Note The foregoing list does not include numerous skirmishes and minor engagements in different States KENTUCKY ENGAGEMENTS Engagements fought pn Keu tucky soil ivaMountain Rowletts Russellville 1862 Jennies Qreek Fishing Creek Columbus Mill fIPj eton Bowling meen o um bus Paducah Cave City Tot ktns yiUe Monterey Lebanon Gynthi lYanville1Richmond Florence Owensboro Augusta Rvsselville Bardstown ville HoP1klnRWilliamsburg Burksville N 1ini Elizabethtown Muldroughs 1863 New Market Columbus Athent Mt Sterling 2 Danville 2 Somerset Piketon Celitia Holes F6rdt Mdnticello Woodburny Gfes gown 3V TripleltsBridge jtaysvllh j lffi f1 Russellville 2 Columbia Morgans Rtiid Green River Bridge Bards town Thepherdsville Paducah 2 Lexington 2 Lancaster 2r Rich mond Paris 2 Hickman Crab Orchard Greenville Columbus 2 Glasgow 4 Salyersville Mt Sterl ing 3 Columbia 2 Burksville 3 Rocky Gap Mohticello 1864Creelsbatough Barbours ville Columbus 3 Muscow Pound Gap 2 Mt Sterling Lexington Cynthiana 2 Lebanon Big Spring Bardstown 2 Mayfield 3 Canton Owensboro z Unrontownr Mender son Glasgow 5 Eddyville Har rodsburg 2 Hopkinsville z Eliza bethtown ShaipsbuTgr Paducah 3 1865Mt terling 5 Big Spring 4 Danville 4 Glasgow 6 Lexing on 4 Taylors ill e ExConfederates Who Became Governors of Kentucky =James B r McCreary Luke Blackburn Simon Bolivar Buckner ExConfederates eho became United States Senators or Con gressmen from Kentucky =J H Lewis Ed Crossland Willis B Mal ehen J C S Blackburn Henry Wattersonjohn W Caldwell John 5 Williams W C P Breckinridge Wm Lindsay Polk Lafoou Jas B McCreary W T Ellis W J Stone A S Berry Phil Thompson Jr and manny others Confederate Monuments in Ken tucky Louisville Hopkihsville Nicholasville Frankfort George town Paris Lexington Lawrence burg Owdiisboro Munfordsville Principal Confederate Cemeteriess in KentuckyLouisville Lexing ton Frankfort Georgetown tDqnt Emulsion Stop weather be until you are cured It will teal your lungs and rive you rich blood in sum codUVcrQi1 50cMdl Ail druggists xY ltttaatSt1v Yfere eeA ar4ost2greteetWot1d x MfJIaIeUceweg6fRlTirzwThe Eentticky Unirereit o asMr Literaryeoucnefreetf4eelre4RTeefioa NLextngtdnKyetceMcIy000 uede HH r 0 t M-l tr n OJ v 0 rr rt rO 0 + 1 0 CJ rt r s t i pr 0 o ro fl tl 0 l t rt 1oil v ri 1 tD ws- r t JC1 i D t1J tm i 8n t0 Ifyou are sick all over and dont know just what ails you its ten to one your kidneys are out of order Foleys Kidney Cure will bring health and energy C C Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brodtivad Iiagan Bro Livingston When you want a modern upto date physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents Samples all drugstores Any advertised dealer is author ized to guarantee Banner Salve fort tree eczema pifes sPi alas cuts scalds burns ulcers and any open or old sore C Co Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hagan Bro Livingston THE BEST REMEDY FOR S 0MACHE AND BOWEL TROUBLES Ihave been in tlie drug bUsi- ness for twenty years and have sold mos all the proprietary uledicines off any note Among tIre entire list I have never found anything to equal Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for allstom acheand bowel troubles says 0 W Wakefield ot Columbus Ga This remedy cured two severe leases of cholera morbus in my fam ily and I have recommended and sold hundreds ofbottles of it to my customersto their entire satisfac tion It affords a quick and snre cure in a pleasant form No fami ly should be without it I keep it in my house at all times For sale By all druggist Cl iiED BRONCHIAL TROUBLE ChasI Davisr07i W Con greSS St Chicago says I suffered for years with bronchial trouble and tried many kinds of medicines without relief until I begin taking Fbleyls Honey and Tat which cur ed m e Take no substitute C C Davis COiMt Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hagan Bro Livingston of all kinds i00tJi InsuraiiGe l + i rj tJOIEPfAVlv JO SlWl hJ fimofhyrto teratlil 1 nillet IfayV diitlyais all t tlIe ve ttf briddleh Hridle hits tracfe fJL chains legRhiF collars bii J ets briddle5bifs 3r aTlytVving v j oil vaiit in this liiiv Sitrap ceinant stove liiipc Potatoes Of all kinds for seeH i rOnions for seed I Clothing of all kiiidsj Suits l from 75 cfeiils iif to 15 on A v Calicoes muslins jeniis 2j r Sugats coftees Itarice a fat ideal flour hi iSalt and shklsusf lltJws ornti kitls low 16uj t Hoes spades siibvels fillsf a Jd anything you want in ilJi e Salt and bacon c c c 7 ff ti r Call afc4hexbi office Mt ti J rfI W A CARSON Painter and Hangeffeifodfeeadj All vbk feeclass anVf guaran teed to give satisfactioiV vt Phone No 1 MT VERNON LIME COMPANY Manufacturers of Lime and brick They also furnish Lime BuiMjng Stone rough quarry face or cut Orders promptly filled 3943 YJ 1ST NAT10fAL BANKOF papital 50000 Surplus i5ooo v BOREIJNQ President M HOPE Vice President JACKSONI= Cashier WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS Mill r House HUGH MILLER PltbJR tf Head cart Gpmmercia MenPorter at all trains 7 0 ffl Hotel Frith F FRANCISeoIPro r Located at the Depot Bodhed Ky odd Livery Atithtd Meet all Trains Day aid Night rr vellng Men and Railroad i men S 1cltedwili fur ltiikhfiesfor lt tr ins