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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 r s tJI j ern n j t riff VOLUME Xlti 1IT VERNON ROQTiCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY 11UG lU 1900 NUMBER 41 TELL d1Y FRIENDS TO BL BRAVE t1AD FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE I1QJeraINeW5 A baby at Munncie Ind drank fly poison and died big forest fire is raging in the Vtrflbwstone National Park Dr Marlouquin is the new presi dent of the republic of Columbia Dr Liebknecht the noted Sod oust leader of Germany is dead 341711 immigrants came in at Ney York during last fiscal year President James K Patterson of Stace College met with a serious accident The army transport McPherson was aground off Fortune Island for three days Waltnr Blevins was struck by a train in Daviess county and perhaps fatally injured Intense heat caused four Deaths at Chicago three at Milwaukee and one at Pittsburgh The date of the Calorado Demo cratic State Convention was fixed for September 10 ExGov Stone of Missouri illl manage the New York campaign for the national ticket Hon V J Bryan arrived in Chicago where he was greeted by an enthusiastic crowd of admirers Miss Catherine HWest a Prom nent educator committed suicide by hanging in an asylum at Ossa wattomie Kans a John Powers under indictment for the complicity in the Goebel assassination is said to have opened a law office at Harlan Our Charge dAffaires at Con stantinople has instructions to dun the Sultan every two weeks for that 90ooo missionary claim The amount of the shortage of Clerk Chinn of Fayette county is 10920 go Lexington is much wrought up over the officials down fall A Pretoria dispatch says President Kruger is willing to surrend er provided a satisfactory promise is given as to his ultimate destination aHarrismith surrendered to the British The Beers attacked the British garrison at Elands river but it is thought the garrison was relieved All the Bessemer blast furnaces ijin with the exception of two will go out of blast on Sep tember 1 kbout 8000 men will be effected x The brother and broter inlaw of Bresci assassin of King Hu bert were arrested on the charge that they had foreknowledge of the murderers iutections Cook Faulkner one of the at torneys for the defense in the Powers trials returned to his in Barbourville Friday night on account ofJli health The Wisconsin Republican platform will advocate the enactment of a law at the next Legislature e favoring nominations of of State of fiLers by a direct vote of the people thus doing away whith Stafe con ventions c Kf T r BRODHEAD B J Farris says Logue Cash has been lost in his corn field since about June 1st and that he has decided to offer a liberal reward forhis ecovery provided he is not found in his garden F Francisco has quit furnishing lunches for the L N employees Our town is under going a scourage of malarial fever Ora Frith Oscar Totten Erbin Cass and others have malarial fever Mrs Campbell Honk is very sickIMrs Barbara Houk was visiting f her sister Miss Mollie Brown the first part of the veek Egbert Wallin killed a maddog Monday in Grandpa Tharps yard J G Frith is running his saw mill daily giving employment to about a dozen men at god wages Josh Dunn and wife returned home last Saturday from a pro tracted visit to see friends in Boyle and Garrard I am glad to inform the people that Uncle Jim Wiggins is bet ter The Bedhead school is progressing nicely though a great many of the boys ire sick and not able to attend Jim Painter and wife and irsl Lila Mirphy and husband are visiting friends and relatives this week 4 J Mr and Mrs G E Painter and daughter Mrs Charlett Jarrett attended the funeral of Judge Carter at Mt Vernon V last Monday Perry Hayes and wife were in town Tuesday also Mr Arch Al- bright made his appearance the same day W H Collyer still continues very low X t ORLANDO p3 D s E Fish Wood are having their new building painted this week J E Singleton traveling sales man was here this week Judge Chenault and Mr World and daughter of Richmond are spending a few days in our little town A lady from Climax has set up a picture gallery in oar town Dr Childress is kept busy look ing after his patients He reports quite a good deal ot sickness such as fever and etc REV Williams has just returned from Hazel Patch where he has been pfcaching and reports religion on a bobm in that neck of the woods The telephone line connecting us with Mt Vernon and all points North West and South will soon be completed the poles already having been put up Died on Friday Aug 3rd Miss Ida ChildresSj daughter of JCChildress after a serious illness pulmonaryttuberculosis She was hurried in the family grave yard the follow ing day and quite a crowd of relatives and friends attended the Juneral exercises which were con ducted by Rev Williams 3C93 C x LIVINGSTON I Hrs W S Cummins has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Dr Brown Mrs Joe Poynter was with friends here Saturday and Sunday Miss Roberts of Gumsulphur and Jesse Cook of Jeltico are visiting Miss Lida Cook Livingseon can count up visitors with any town in Kentucky Mrs B N Roller gave an enter tainment at the Dillion switch in honor of her sister who is visiting her Capt Bentley has nished up his handsome cottage down by the river where Mr Chumley now livesThe wife of Agent Fishback is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ben King in Madison county Miss Lucy Coffey is here from Wildie with her sister Mrs Mila PetitBroRice has taken rooms with Mr and Mrs Matt Ballard Miss Butner is also boarding there Toe Oliver will soon move into one of W S Cummins new dwells on Smith street Public school opened here Mon day with G M Ballard Principal Mrs Ballard and Miss Butner as assistants Everything seems promising and we look for a good school t ExSherif5WrG Mulling win town Saturday on legal busi nessMiss Anna Owens of near Brod nead was visiting her cousin Mrs Steve Carson last week Mrs N E Merrimee wife of Dispatcher Merrimee has returned from an extended visit to her sister in Chicago Mrs C A Moore and sister Miss Pearl Pollock are with rela tives in Louisville Mrs Minnie Martin of Rowland is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W P Raines Owing to sickness your corres pondent failed to get in a report last week City1isBlandenshipGeo has recovered from a recent spell of sickness andre turned to his saw mill in Laurel county lvIrs1Iarsh Owens returned Monday from a visit to relatives in Maretburgf Uncle Ashley Owens is quite feeble and has not been able to- to come to town for several days Mrs Sarah Od 11arid little son Willie left T1iscJaror Lebanon Junction where she will make her home with iob Owens her son who is engaged in business at that place Mrs ate Magee has been visit ing her sister Mrs Gresham at Lancaster Rev T D Mullins has returned front Sycamore Ky where he has been engaged in a weeks meeting at that place Mrs Shade terrmand Mrs Proctor motlier and cs istlb of E A Herrin of this place were visiting relatives here last week i Miss Luna Herrin entertained quite a crowd of her young friends Saturday eve Uncle Albert Owens says he handles the best apples and is goy ing to out peddle the boys Mr E S Elmore was with his wife in Stanford Wednesday She is still imyfoving but not able to come home yet Capt J R Stckey has resigned as hotel keeper and moved to the property belonging to Mr Joe CoffeyThere is strong talk of reincorporating our town and we hope it will be in the near future for some things are badly needed here Tuesday night the Maccabees mart at the Hall and six new names were enrolled Dr E J Brown of Stanford and Messrs Davis Petmihgton Krueg r and Jailer Griffin having been members of the M t Vcfhbn Lddge and it being on a decline they moved their membership to this Tnt whi ch is rapidly growing stro- ngCASTORAsnfvis ilk Itl Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of v r FOR Wft oPING COUGH 4I Both ijfr children were taken with whooping cough writes Mrs 0 E Dutton of Danville Ills A mall battle of JFOLBYS HONEY AND TAR gave such relief that I used a 50 cent bottle which saved me a doctors bill Nothing else so good C C Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brodhuad Hagan Bro Livingston Couled Look at your tongue Is it coated Then you have a bad taste in your mouth every morning Your appetite is poor and food dis tresses you You have frequent headaches and are often dizzy Your stomach is weak and your bowels are always constipatedTheres old and re liable cure JlYJr PsioDont take a cathartic dose aid then stop Better take a laxative dose each night just enough to cause one good free move ment the day following YOLU feel better the veryfeitext day Your appetite returns your dyspepsia is cured your headaches pass away your tongue clears up your liver acts well and your bowels no loiirgive you trouble Yli Price 25 cents All druggists l have taken Ayers Pills for 35 years and I consider them tho best made Ono pill does me more good than half a box of any other kind I have triedMrs ETAtBoT Match 1899 Arrington Eansi- v First National Bank QF STANFORD KYCapital Stock 5100000 Surplus 184o076 DIRECTORS J W Hayden VP Walton J H Collier M D Elmprei G Riecl T P Hill S H Baughman W A Tribble M T Miller and S T Harris We solicit the accounts ol the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring them prompt and careful Attention to all busi ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspondence with a view to business relations invitedt J S HOCKER Pres JNO J McROBERTS Cashier A A McKINNEY Asst Cashier T COLLYE1UNDERTAKERSBaskets Etc Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly fiiled BRODHEAD t KENTUCKY The Lincoln Coutv vv NATiONALJ Bank KY looooo KYI Trust y Co v for 29 years Solicit our relations will rprove material S H Shanks A W Carpenter William Gooch J B Owsley J S Owsley Sr JF Cash W H Cummins IsH SHANKS President JB OWSLEY Cashier W M BRIGHT Asst Cashier J C Bailey Bookkeeper r O TO JONAS MC 4LIE KYI 4iDry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes and General Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LIVING PRICES IWllliS BANK GRIFFINPrctical Undertakerand FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky 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 telegraph or telephone promptly attended to day and night o WW WITHERS r Great Furniture EXPOSITION illsJopen on July 4th and run through to September ist This enormqus stock will be slaughteredin order to make room fornew Fall goods This means jut what it sayswe are purchaseW W W1THER i ir STAHFORb KV MtVernon Signal FRIDAY AUG 10 1900 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President W J BRYAN NthraskaLFor VicePresidentiADLAI STEVENSON of Illinois For Congress HON G G GILBERT of Shelby For Governor J Gov J C W Beckham of Nelson The paramount issue in thi campaign is imperialism and well may it bekfor we as a nation have made greater progress in that direction for the short length of time weve been in the business than any other nation on earth It is certainly not accord ing to the teachings of either the Democratic or Republican party and the idea rnust have originated iir the breasts of those whose sole ambition is greed and power and not in the breast a Jefferson or Lincoln It is in credible to think ofa party whose one grand achievement was the freeing of four million Negro slaves shouldadvocate the enslavement of twelve million people in a great r many of whom the pure blood of the Caucasian flows A people who had fought and almost gained their freedom from their mother country sold and Bartered like so many Texas ponies Who but him whose heart is adamantine and whose conscience is seare over with a hot iron could recon cile the thought of taking th liberty of human beings But they tell us we are in the civilizing business and it seems if av fellow wont be civilized any other way we just take our gun to him an blow him to kingdom come where he cant help but be a good hl fellow We go upon the theory that all good Philipiuos are dead ones and the sooner we finish up the rest of them the sooner we will get them civilized Grant th those people are just as bad as the worst reports make them is it not a greater reason why we should not want anything to do with them How many poor fellow have lost their lives by Phllipino bullets and the fa tal diseases of tropical climate Many be the poor mothers hearts that is made to break by the news of the death Jaofadarling boy in that faraway clime Of course we are going to whip the Ppilipiuos but it will no doubt take some time and when we get them whipped they wont stay whipped And besides it necessitates the keeping ofa large army and navy and no body is so stupid as not to realize the effects of sucha course Expansion sounds mighty big and if the pres ent policy of the Government is carried out itwill he the biggest thing the United States ever elephantItis JBrvarlt of this kreal country and forever nip In t 1 biitl this growing tend ency towar4 monarchy and des pni11l LF ery person wh iipUU hi coiyiv above ioin tj hspQdirk and help carry dJJJ OHJ gtnn f IN his call foPof the will recommend the passage ofJ law which will give us school Books at reasonable prices Mr Goebel advocated such a law Bur ing the campaign last fallanti men who couldnt furnish their 7 children school books or glen clothe them decently con emiiedr it If Solomon lived at the present time he would undoubtedly come to the conclusion that there are yet a few new things under the sun among them the Kentuckian who had rather pay one dollar for a school book than to pay sixty cents But it is going to the Americarf Book Company and sOn bf our people delight in help ng tq feed a week little concern like tit The trouble about the e whole affair is that men alow theirprejudices to get the upper hand ot their judgment and doati stop fcb consider what is to them interests But before it is everlastingly too late people will seethe error of their wayaud vote for the interest ot their wives and child tens The Republicans are leaving McKinley dike rats deserting a burning ship One of the later- to desert is United States Wellington of Maryland i whot cant swallow McKinley Hann and imperialism Bah What a dose for any one even a cannibal would expectorate freely if he didnt vomit to swallow sucha potion Bryan is no doubt laugh ing in his sleeve to think he has such an easy walkover If Mc Kinley would discard Hannaan impossibly at this stage of tbd game and had some one to help him let loose of the Phillippine Islands and other smaller elephants he might stand a ghost of a show but as it is the die is cast his fate is sealed and in ashort time he will be known as a hasbeen r forenunderous Every few das a new bee made the sacrifice of his party this fall Usually there issome honor in running for Congress even if the other fellow is elected But withdhis opponent this time hewill al beeneBradley is the only Republican that we can think of right now in this district who would make a good Congressman if elected and read1tthe handwriting on the tivalhand said to himself No thank you T dont care to be defeat d this fall Let Davison run tid draw his little pension of tweiity waw IT appears that New Jersey and New York City as well as Ken tucKy are in the assassination busi nest even furnishing an assassin to put the King of Italy out of the way While Kentucky is as has been thoroughly demonstrated well supplied the field ofoperation is trot so broad as that of New Jersey thatfandtone of the penalties for violating this law is piles Keep yourfiw els regular by taking a dole of Chamberlains Stomach and Jvivei Tablets when necessary and You will never have that severe pvfnish ment inflicted upon you Erie 25 cents For sale by Theo Wsley Druggist r tz i C o1itis and I Politiciajjerse Goo Eeckhaai w s 31 years of age Sunday and quietly celebrated the yent at his mothers home near Bardstown i Hon James B McCreary form ally accepted the chairmanship of the nem sciatic State Campaign Committee Mr McCreary has issued a call for the firstcommittee to be held in Louisville tomorrow John W Yerkes made a speech at Newport in the interest of W H Dyer Republican candidate for State Senator in in that district When Gov Mount of Indiana hastily declared that he would not surrender W S Taylor the fugi tive spurious Governor of Ken tucky on a requisition from the lawful Governor of that State lie little appreciated the trouble he was bringing on himself He now realizes his mistake It is report that ravlor is becoming dceidedl uneasy as to the safety of his sojourn in in Indiana He is a most unwelcome guest to the Republi cans of that State He may be warned to leave if he wants to es willtGovrernor of any other State accept him himaprotection from justiceChic ago Chroyical 0 B R 0 D ia H EA LJ f it Fair AUGUST 2930 and3L colOrlando Bargains that you ever struck Lowest prices THE DREAD of people with weak lungs who suffer from stubborn coughs is consumption FoLEzls HONKYAND TAR if taken in tide cures the cold heals arid st rengt117 ens the lungs and alwayscures cipient CONSUMPTION CG Davis Co Mt xlIivin J FATAL ACCIDENTS Frank Thompson while hauling logs near Eubanks Pulaski county fell from a wagon on his head and died within a few minutes At Chenoa Bell county Ky Peter Mason a mill owner was killed by a pile of lumber falling on him and another man was probably fatallyhurt Charles Kyle the sixteenyear old boy who fell into a coal shaft eighty feet deep at the Ruddy mines died from the injuries he recived Mr C E Myers of Crider died after a long illness He leaves a wife and two small children a daughter and son MissLucy Smither the oldest woman in Nicholasville is deadI She leaves three children J C Smither and Mrs Lucy S of Nicholasville and Mrs J Wi Puthuff ot Louisville forIofYMarion county diedat his home in Lebanon ofa complica tion of diseases Mr Clarkwas serving his third term as county jailor He leaves a wife and four children The new Louisville and Nashville passenger depot at Middlesboro which has been under course of construction for several months has been finished and opened to the public for use Monday The Elks Burlesque Circus at at Paris was one of most laughable and enjoyable things that the town lids witnessed for many a day State Inspector Hines finished hie work of examining the books of County ClerK Claude Chinn at Lexington He will report to Auditor Coulter someday thisweek The Shelbyville and Bloomfield Wednesfday morning It has not been op erated since the Southern railway surrendered its lease two months ago Articles of incorporation of the Daviess County Bank and Trust Com pay were filed The incorpo rators are T S Anderson and others of Owensboro and J J Harbison and others of Louisville Capital stock 50000 divided in to 590 shares ofioo each Perkins the negro porter in the Agricultural office unde the Taylor dynasty Swore at Georgetown Tuesday that Tallow Dick Combs and Honkersmith could not have kiMed Goebel as they were iii the Adj ant Generals office at the timeSENSATIONAL FEATS Things sensational catch the publij eye and thats the reason the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival has engaged the Spiral Tower Act Rav Burton the Slack Wire King The Trolley Car Trio Burgess Rice and Burgess the funniest farce extant The Dill worth Family 8 Premier Acrobatic Artists and The Werntz Family six renowned Aerial Artists to entertain rtheir patrons free Posit lively this is the most liberal treatment ever accorded patrons ofaiand carnival and besides you to the Hungarian Boys Baud 35 inehibersi from 6 to 16 years tide that will cost you 75 cents in any theatre See hand bills and bill boards and your local agent for cheap t excursion ratesIvEo Spectacles of vii kinds and to have the eyes tested by scientiiid methods go to J 71 f VS FRANKLIN r v Mt Vernon Ky t war wjfyRJ y y yy The Kind You Have Always Booslit and which Siis been in ifor over SO year iias Tcrnc to id1 atnrQ o cZetZu ro jicipevvision to deceive in Counterfeits Imitations aiHit7stasgood are Experiments tl at trifle with and endanger health of Inltmts Child e Experience against Experiment What i CASTORA- aCastor 1Z 5s harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare Itbcontains neither Opium Morphine other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea anti Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation anti Flatulency It assimilates tire hood regulates the and Bowels giving and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Friend IftNtJIIU CASTORIA Bears the Signature aa The KM You toe Always Bought in Use For Over 3O Years THE 77 STREET NW r JJ U irc iTHAT HORR fFiErELih OF R j 7TLM v Jj- r iJra c j U you All the nor of wined OERSTLES soon removes the cause the 4 IPANACEAthem a perfect HAD SUFFERED FOR YEARS toherinducedF r ties was strong enough walk ten miles been unable do anything fdr before taking medicine C S HEARD Chadwick Ala Druggists G FP rC t6 c Gcn Sale by Co Mt Vernon K A GOOD WORK hI had a attack of bilious colic a bottle of Chauiherlalii Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy took two doses and was entirely uredslY Rev A A Power of Emporia Kan My neighbor the street was sick for over a week had two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor He used them fortlireor four da vs without then called in sin other doctor treated him for some days and gave him no relief so discharged him I wjient over tosee him the next morniug He said his bowels were in a ter rible fix that they clad been run ting off so long that was almost bloody flux asked hire if he had tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and he said NO I went homeand brought him my bottle and gave one dose told him to take another dose in fifteen or twenty minutes if did not relief but he took no more and was entirely curedr I jtI the best I leave seer For sale by Theo Wesley Druggistj ITSA YEDpISri inx My baby was terribly sickwith the diarrhoea ye wereCu liable to cure him with ledttor5as ante audas a last r sort we tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera slid JIHhappy to say it gave immediate re lief anti a complete cure H For saleby Tlienr Wesley Druggist hid lias TsannAdottililr his per sonal since its infancy Allcrvno daze this but anti Stomach healthy Mothers 8 Sell got medicine ALWAYS raHLfE MINISTERS 6 11 ij 1j is Ccornea to you you suddenly awake in the night is seldom caused a burglar bylover your bed is a symptom of easewhichnowomlnft means that some tart of her delicate l1 0 Cdiseasedever neglects this syigntoni for a tctevr T of q ting in state of health V SIX A to She had to months this f ITrnlng lour fnoIfFor C C Davis severe across relief who it I him lie find think ist when woman Sweet Bells Jangled Out of Tune and Harsh U a Shakespcarcsdecrip ion fits thougan s ot women are cross desg pendent sickly nervous a burden to themselves and their families Their sweet dispositions tire gone and they like f ButthereMcELREES VhiefCardtgiit organism and health there means strengthItsufferingthe most perfect remedy ever devised perfecthealth druggistsFor symptomsHpnrtmpnt Tho Medi cine Co Chattanooga Tenn IZV J w S1IITII Camden S O homeforI her What most people want is is something mild and gantle yhen in need of a physic Oijamberlams Stomach and Live Tablets il the bill tog Q dot They are ieaayto take and pleasant in effect t Mt Vernon Signal Mt VERNSN KY AUG 10 1900 free Barc1ScCaCfe GCFial tiT aPo S5c s secs onoctaSs Wall laA h r tJ l i lrJO LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RR cj TIME TABLE 34 north 1105 a In 36 north rYic a in 23 south X57 p iv 5 South 144 am JAS LANDRUM Agent MASONIC Xshland Lodge No 640 meets 2ia Mon lay 10 Am CHURCHESiChristian Holds services 1st 3r Sundayi ttit 11 a mv and at 630 p in PresbyterianHolds services on the 4th Sunday Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Suuday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nig- htsPERSONAL 3fcficg3ce 3 3JC 3C Torn Proctor is improving slowly f Rev Jim Riddle was here Mon day Joe Ramsey ofScaggs Cree k has i everMrs Geo Fish was shopping in town Monday- W F Champ was over from Paint Lick Sunday Mrs Sue Mnllins was up from Livingston Monday R L Joplin spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks LY C Bell of Orlando gave us a pleasant call Friday last y D B Langfordwas iii Monday from Orlando on business W A Coffey of Wildie called to see us while in town Monday Mr and Mrs W T Houk spent Tuesday night with relatives here James Houk Jr E Band Robt Cox are in Louisville buy gocdsMiss Butner who came here from Indiana for her health is no better y L Mrs C C Williams and daughter Risse returned Monday from Mal logy Springs Ed Woodall of Hazel Patch came down Monday to attend the burial of Judge Carter Quite a number of masons from other lodges and towns attended the burial here Monday The band boys leave next Wed nesday to PlaYxhreelaYs for the Gr A R reunion at Woodstock Mrs Ben Martin of Stanford is here this week visitingher Mother Mrs Nancy Proctor and other rel I atives Mis Lou Vowels Middlesboro is the guest this week of her uncle 4ftidauut Mr and Mrs Richard t Welsh nj George J hnsanof Orlando was hi to see us Monday and Says he has best and cheapest line of goods in the count Y Tilman Gilpin of Gleqcoe was here this week Tilmaii is having good health and making lots of money in Gal tiO v D N Welch J W and Frank Co llnd Cam fewis of Berea accompanied t remains of Judge Gaiter to this place Mrs Ed hrng1aiid1ot Barbours v ville and sister Mips Calie Adams of Paint Lick i are visiting their cousin Miss Ida May Adams- F r Turpin who is in addition to being oce of the Signals worm est friends one of Rpckcastles best ritizeiS 9 t of lrtiy f Cox Bros are opening up their stud of goods today 1 Mrs Theo Wesley is visiting relatives in Casey county i have employed an xrjcpert watch makerfor a short time yi p FRANKLIN Rosco Collyer entertained a party of young folks at his home last evening Mesdames W RDillion and Sam Ward of Livingston attend ed the funeral of Judge Carter Tj Cress leas sold his stockof goods at Disputantej and Will profr ally move to Monticello Wayne Co IDr Childress of Orlando was here Sunday We noticed him on Richmond street but never learned his business Mr G E Paynter Mesdames Luther Jarrett and Essie Paynter paid the SIGNAL office a very pleasant call Monday WANTEDI want at my house i tii mediately a good looking and well disposed girl for a house keekper D N WILLIAMS John Kennedy and Miss Mary Cummins of Preachersville Were united in matrimouy Wednesday last Rev J C Carmical officiated David Carter Tip Langford J E Hamm and W T Honk were some of the new ones taken into Lodge of the Maccabees Tuesday nigsitWillis Griffin U G Faker E B Cox Dr M Peuningtori and R L Brown went to Beiea Sunday TO take charge of the remains of Judge Carter v JG Wood of the firm of Wood Co of Orlando gave us a pleas ant call on Saturday last Mr Wood says he is doing a good business at Orlando sells goods low and wITcontinue to do so Read the label on your paper The time has dome when oo and someoi If it is 99 dont stop un til you get it off Remember this when you see the editor and if you are where you cant see just write and enclose the amout he is cer taro not to get mad at you W P Walton the brilliant fearless t and dauntless editor cf the In tenor Journal furnished the readers of the 1 J with a splendidand vivid description of his travel through the East over the Alle ghanies to his Eastern boyhood home where he will remain for several days seeking a well earned rest which all his kind so justly deserve The Signals best wishes are that every hope and expectation of the n oble editon will be wholy fulfilled Franklin Alter president of the Rockcastle Stone Co and also a one third interest owner of the Ken tucky Freestone Co has enjoined the latter company from doing any further work on the grounds that the company began work without consulting him and without his knowledge This is a great enterprise and quite beneficial to our county and we hope this little matter of diffe enc will soon be settled so the i cl6jik Cat go on Mr7 Elkinsot Stanford State Organizer for the Maccabees is here for the purpose of putting on anew footing the Lodge at this place which through negligence Iola part of the members had about gone under Several new members were taken rift The old ones reinstated and everything put in good condition Every member should be careful to PaY his dues before it is too late and alwavs be present at the meetings of the Lodgei The social feature is worth lots to any one to say nothing of the insiiraMce whit i pct tl liia 1if jUDGE CARTER DEAp t suddenfiof one our pldist citizens threw par little town into mourns King unday mor firstbthing that met the peoples ears as they passed the Miller House where- a large crowd having assembled some preparing to go to Berea to ac company the remains back to Mt Vernon others anxions to know what caused the sad misfortune was Judge Carter is dead At the time of his death he was in Berea where he had deliverg some degrees in Masonry one the Easter Star degree to some ladies He was a Mason of high standing and throughly devoted to the work ings of that order He was often heard to say after he was forced to retire from active life on account of ill health and old agesI have- given vi tip my law practice and every thing else e celt my MaSonrY that I willnever forsake For fifty years he had been a member of this order He was a strict member of the the Baptist church for over 40 year The funeral ex ercises took place from the Baptist church Monday at to a m conducted by the Rev J C Carmical The burial at 12 m conducted by the order to which he was so devoted LOCAL ITEMS Nobddy can truthfully say that Beekham was not fairly and lion estly nominated for Governor and no man who ever had a drop of Democracy in his veins can give f any sort of a reasonable excuse for not supporting him next fall They are not trying to do it either Those kind of menare ill for him and numbers of them who never voted the Democratic ti cket before in their lives are Jor it this time Hardiu Democrat While in Nictiblasville last week we had the pleasure of dropping in several times to sea our old friend and county man Frank Val lin who is clbiiig a rusiiing busi ness there in the drug line His store is on Maih str et on the corner next to the court house square and of aU the business houses which we vi we think Fraiiic has the nicest Hkhas two and three clerks b sides i imsell busy all the time On Thurs ny he sold something over 1600 glass f es of soda water Better let Taylor stay where he is a coward and a fugitive from justice afaid to stand trial with the other accused Go v Goebels friends and followers do not want vengeance only justice but if they sought re venge it is theirs in full measure in the spectacle presented by this craven lit ling in terror behind the skirts of the Governor of Indiana who to defend him is himself fore ed to violate the Constitution of the v United States and disregard the statute law of In ial1aAlbmy- rN Aigus The band Boys from here spent twovery pleasant days in Nicho i lasville last week furnishing the music for the Street Fair which was a success in every particular The balloon ascension which took place each day at 330 p ni was the best we have ever seen The ascent was over a thousand feet V The flour and pie contest which were enga ecT inonlyby coons was a source of great amusement to the eutirefcrowd The tacky turnouts vere firstclass and ad aed greatly to the betterment of the programme These are a few oi the specially interesting ihngs vtich tiev had The last thin1i t = off which we desire to make meT tin was the p11b marriageeh which took place standing in a wagon out in the street just in ront of the court house and at the suggestion ofFlarryKneone of the chief promoters oft e enter Prise ahdDne of the most enthu f siastic ones onnected wJth vit The band as soonSas the ceremony was r f piionounced st tick np that qll tfamiliar tune IT ere Will Be a Hot Time In the Town Tonight which caused prolonged shouts from the crowcl The rowd then led by the banfl arched out about three blocks and witnessed the ascensiGH of tlife hall on after which the cr wd a ourned every one wishing that thd iasf day was the first j DJC 2 C E- JI t J WILD IE 1 J F Butner is still improving iii health Dr Lucas was in Wildie the last of the week Mrs Smith who has been con fined to her bed for some time is to be upagain Mrs Nancy Adams has been sick for a few days 14r Stewart has been confined to his bed for some few days A W Stewart attended the fun eralof Judge Carter who was buri ed with Masonic honors Monday Allen Hiatt and family was visiting at A T Fishes Sunday Mrs Julia Asbill visited Mrs A C Towery Sunday i S C Franklin and wife were out from Mt Vernon Saturday and Sunday visiting Mrs Margaret Griffin Dr Myers an optician from Louisville was in this neighborhood a few days last week W H Jones sold a 3 year blA mule to Jesse Fox of Madison county for roo also A T Fish one for same amount vr Robt Cook of Scaffold Cain was in Wildie Monday The trial of Calab Powers still goes on at Geoietown There will be more people go to h1 and start from Georgetown than any place I ever tead qboutt I do not quite agree with Buck Varnon and others about turnpikes in this county althoug I am as much in favor of good roads as any man in the county will give my view on the matter later on John Cregs bought of J Fish last week a small bunch of hogs at about 3 Although the republicans are not saying much they are a little blue on account of the extra sessicm of the Legislature called by Gov Beckham to amend the Goebel election law asouthe misrepre sentation of this law depends their cuy hope ot success in November I want the law so amended as to put four men on the county and State boards acid hyje two demo crats and two republicans then lets see where the kick wilt come but I guess there will have to be four republicans befofewe can have a fair elections or at least before it will b satisfactory to the republicans aso otroo aooo ooo oaeeoooo aoa v a l f SCROFUlA y i i thin blood veak lungs and tpaleness You have them in I hot weather as well as in cold S I curesESC 4 then in summer as in winter andpleasi i joe ico f ore0+ titis r l l lLiNioJ I jz I ts BUY YOUR Glohingfiats Shoes A N D f r shings QF 3 J I CumMass 8c McClryi i i Stanford KyJ GREENr ROTdZRUG I is tliejlace to buy r Drugs Patent Medicines Jewery Sta tionery Cigars and Tobaccos Paints and O11spPrescriptions Carefully Compounded Prompt Attention at All Times Call When In Town C C DAVIS COiVlt Vernon Ky Phone No 3 ff2 DTvIEl and I Come QLli kT iI f r t i vTo the Great yam StirpriSiiig Rednctiorl Sa1eContinues i e i The Old w ay of DQi Business is No Morer t Clothing afor near cost MensSuitsJat 325 up Calico all at 5 cents per yard J f U Dress Goods all kinds at lowest prices Notionsofd all binds j sYYSHOBSV t i jr r o 1 V j IHavetiie largest andbest stpckoFShoes in Eastern Kyv Calf f ndKip Boots RubBer Slides and Felt Socks the i very tliiugfor Win rW9 i i tr 1ikJ 1 GrJ rleSJt 5 ib Bucket of Jelley I3C One Gallon Bucket SY UBi3Q T isugar alLG c Arbuckle Coffee i5c Lion Coffee 11 4c Bakers Bread per loaf 50 porn Meal per Bushel hoe I A 1 Complete Stockof Flour all the time i X i V l j s d ar Gal Fruit Jars perdoz70c 7 o t r y v IQuart Fruit Jars per dos 6pc iviO tt t 2 SadUes and i3ik1dies At Cost AU the Tmie rG r JOHNSON I no V GO TO 11011K SON General Merchandise Dry Goods They are here in ndlessl Quantities t All the latest styles j in dress goods and caHcoesll wa L Pllfll I3IIitIi A tIjJ t IA1mI I eQPl li We have a well selected stock = riiIi 4 The largest stock in the county to select from Feed always on handv such Hay and Corn cr =Land 1Crop W C Shanks bought of P P Nunnelley four twoyearold mules ut7o G L Dawes sold in Cincinnati last week a car load of sheep at 2 4c The market was overstocked Al Sums of Lexington bought of Dodd BSc Skinner a harness horse for 150 and erne of S T Harris for same Inferior Journal D N Prewitt bought of John Yeairer 50 stock hogs at 450 and frog T Hunter a small bunch all barrows a 5 He also bought of Ike Henry 77 ewes at 4 J T Walstou sold to B G Fox a pair of 5yearoldmare mules for 300 Advocate Top prices of cattle at five principal Western markets on August 1St were Qbicago 6 Kansas City 560 Omaha 540 St Louis 535 St Joseph 540 Charles Lute of the firm of Lutes Co has been in Jessamine county for several daps He bought in Lexington 255 ewsat 3 aud sold to James L Adams of Jessamine 710 stock ewes at 350 Interior Journal C Peters this week bought of Raleigh Saunders a bunchof 1125 2yearold steers for immediate de livery at 450FlemingburgT- imesDemocrat t Tb Stanford Democrat noted the sale of a mase mule colt for 85 214 ewesat3G5 800 ewes at 350 a bunch of cattle 1250 Ibs at 4 I cts 215 shoats wt 90 Ibs at 44 cents vJohnny BoY recent y sold 40 ooo lbs of his last years qrop bP toqacco at9Ic per IB Will Watts of Chilesburg bought of James L Smith Minor Bogueand others a number of feeding cattle at 4cfot ctoberdeliveryF W Bogie sold 20 head of cattle to Chas McKenna btitche1 Ibr Jessamine Journal 2500000 Will be paid by the CINCINNATI EN QUIRER for nearest correct answers on the Population of the United States for 1900Each ten years the Census report shows as follows Year Population 18107230881 1820 9633822 1830 12866020 1840 17069453 1850 23191 876 Year Population 1860 31443321 1870 38558371 1880 50155783 1890 62622250 1900 Guess What will be the population of the United States excluding recent acqui sitions but the total of States Terri tories and the District of Columbia the nearest correct gum received 300000T- o the second 150000- the third 75000 the fourth 50000 the fifth 25000 To the sixth 20000 the seventh 5000 To the next 10 each 100 amounting to 100000- To the next 50 each 50 amounting to 250000 the next 100 each 25 amounting to 250000T- o the next 500 each 810 amounting to 500000- To the next 1530 each amounting to 765000 Total mualer of amounting to 25 00000 100 for a years subscription to the WEEKLY ENQUIRER must accom pany each guess Eleven yearly subscriptions and eleven guesses for 1000 In case of a tie money equally dividedThis Contest will close October 31 1900See WEEKLY ENQUIRER for full par ticulars ENQUIRER COMPANY Cin cinnati O ADAMS FISTULA SALVE manufactured by J W Adams Co Paint Lick Ky is meeting with ready sale everywhere Per sons who have used it say its ai marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Pole evel S w e e u e y Scratches Enlargements Greasy Heel Etc It is sold on a written guarantee and moneyrefunded if byinon Ky 443mo The lackrofenergy you feel the ybackache and run down condition generally all mean kidney disorder FOLEYS KIDNEY CURT will restore tour strength and vigor by ma do kidneys well ernonIt r 1 U 0rj J- J I J i l j t y JJ J m2J l srr M J J 1t 0U 0Mr1 t T1 o o S J C p r d 4 f m jiQMF IMAltK S r Corrected each week b Houk 4 Son Mt Vernon Ky Arbuckies Coffee 5t Lion Coffee y v Mc Green Coffee Via o HLC Flour No1 per aIJl 475 425fBacon per Ib roc Danl Boone Soak 3 cakes Se r Star Soap 3 cakes IOC Rice No ib7IZCI per 7Ctj t Sprup Caramel gal bucket 350 I Sorghum best homemade gal 4oc Shipstuff per hundred 100 y the best brands 6c 1 Calico all cheap grades 50 under JLard50 Ib lots or more Northern Seed oats none on hand Corn 25 bu or more per hu 6oc jMilletTimothy hay per hundred i 00Jpotatoes per bu Eggs per doz7ISFeathers per lb 400 Cattle extra shippers 475 to 50 jIfogsHogs medium Hogs rounglisbto 440I Sheepextragood 425 tO445 Sheep common 300 to 375 j OCY BEST WAY TO CURE BACK ACHE Backaches are caused by dis order in the kidneys Fooleys Kidney Cure rill make the kidneys right- C C Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hagan Bros Livingston V B Conklin Bowersville 0 says I received more benefit from Fooleys Kidney Cure than from months of treotment by phy sicians Take no substitutet C C Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hagan Bro Livings on The greates skin specialist in America originated the formula foi Bannar salve For all skin diseases all cuts or sores and for piles its the most healing medicine- C C Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr Clark Brodhead Hagan Bros Lvingston If you have a baby in the house you will wish to know the best way to check any unusual looseness ol the bowels or diarrhoea so common to small childaen O PM Holli day of Deming Ind who has an eleven months old child says Through the months of June and July our baby was teething and took a running cff of the bowels land sickness of the i stomach His would move from five to eight times a day I had a dottle of Chamberlains Galic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a teaspoonful of water and he got better at once For sale by Theo Wesley Druggis A lame shouldr is usnally caused by rheumadtism of the nsuscles and may be cured by a few applica tons of Chamberlains Pain Balm For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist or1 Insurance of all lk naln H f o Q J t t 1 N f G h1 to r JrO P 1CL i moo t1 rjllr t 8 CDiD t t f 0 li-n M 5 l o P SjioiR H DiD tpJ1 II have a good young saddle horse youngICOURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mou day in each monthQ- UARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon day in January April July and OctoberCIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month P A Pennin ton D D S M D DENTST- N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House It ernon duringt1 Ciicun Ccvit e G W MCCLURE J W BROWN BROWNAttorneysatLt w MT VERNON KY All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention Office room No S in the old Brick Hotel IcC WILLIAMS AoitrneyatLaw Mt Vernon K Office on 2nd floor of new brick on Church street Specia attention given to collections R G WILLIAMS Attorney at Law MT VERNON KYt R L1z ROW 1 ATTORNEY ATL AW MT VERNON KEFTUCKY Special a ntongiv n to collections SC FRAM OLIN- Mt Vernon Ky SpecI tacles Gold and Soldering Neatly Done The eyes tested and glasses fitted by scientific methods Can fur t wish glasses properly flitted fro- mr5o to tJ600 i All Work guaranteed ft rJAL t 1t aMtr Clothinghave f stock of C1othiiigand can suit r the most fastifeus f Our prices per suit rouge 0from 750 to 20 If you need anything in- tth1s line call and see us f = x Y- Boots SHOESVxW All styles kinds and quality We handle nothing but the- o bestthat is our reputation we have made MACK ESTESsII Cabinet Maker i Mu Vernon Ky Mantles and Hatracks a specialty R A JONES DENTIST STANFORD KY Phone No8 Office over Higgins McKenneys Store The Veranda Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day Insurance ofi all kinds b Calla t the Signal office Mt Vernon MEDIANS VORN OCEAN TO i1 BffiO E505IS7 an wrB I v TRY JiftPAlltl II Fl O1 Sons a t Si tMt Veiion Jf FOR W A CARSON Painter and Paper Hanger Brodhead Kentucky All work first classand guamn teed to give satisfaction Phone No I MT VERNON LIME COMPANY Manufacturers of Lime and brick They also furnish Lime Building Stone rough quarry fate ot cut Orders promptly filled 3943 ST NATIONAL 1 BANKOF LONDON KY Capital 50000 Surplus i5ooo v BOREING President M HOPE VicePresiderit R M JACKSON Cashier WE WAN YOUR BUSINESS = r Miller Hotise HUGH MILLER PRO- PAHeadquarters o for Commercial Men Porter at all trains ru L oi Hotel FrithFR- ANCISCOJProprI Located at the Depot Bodrieanclv Ky Good Livery AtftJaeht Meet all Trains Day and Nifit Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited witf flJi Punches fef all trans I