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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r u iL1fe ij i II 1 r 1r fA 11i 1h f IVOIlUME x Yr iIii t XII if NbMc ROiC1E O9TJTY K X Fllb y bv 1 1900 c iTfL113ER 8 T LLi71yifJijE1VDstT jjBR7iVEAJ 4 FrARLJ2SS AND LV YAL P THiREAT C01VIMOlVPEPLE fRolitics and PoUtlciap 4w CP Bieckiuidgcickhi- Ilna114 P Watt Hardin received one vote each for Governor Mark Hanna says the Nicarauga canal the army and shipping sub sidy bills will be the prhicipnl pleasures before the FiftyseVenth Congress Ofcourse M sAr re1ius Hanna knows just what is Agoing to be done The talk of who wilt be the next candidate for president on the Re4 publican ticket has already been begun at Washington Marks Hanna istbe only man spoken of- 5ot far Wouldnt he make a Lulu A church in Topeka Kansas dir vides on account of politics The Tennesse legislature will have on joint ballot 104 Democrats iiNry ttlpc28 Republicans Charles Flaunagan a Republi san ot Poplar Grove Mo bet J I4OBrian Democratic1 county charman 10 to one cent that Yates would beat Alschuler 10000 o for Governor of Illinois and for all over the ioooo 0 Brian was to payFlan1 ran one cent a vote withonly partial returns O Brian settled with Flanuagan for 50001 The indications are now that a goodly number ofthe presen t office holders in Kentucky will continue to bold their place for the next Jour years Pie is what they are after and pie is what thev are go- angto V have V zp4lrI 29rJr There will Ber five changes in President McKinleys Cabinet In the Departments Secretaries of State and TreuNvyWar and Posts The Anderson coup yde Iocrats have nominoted Dr C M VPaynter as their candidateTor the leislat urq i Senor Allen of Nebfa lta says t he wants W J Bryan nominated- Tor president in 1904 KgUoe Democrat forCorigress won in the Ninth district over Pughby a majority of 126 but however the latter preparing for a contest Mr Pughs record in contests cases shows that he lias f no regard for a majority when tls in favor of the Democrats even f Chough it goes as much as 5iOoo He is on recor4asOpting to unseiit Democratic Congres men in sever WJi stincii 11ie 7t1ie their ma jqWties even went iiiorfhan 5060 fen W Jl iryan Y has liotfied i liiigeousinV Villiain Jeuiingsi the r J Goernor elect pI Floflfla that he r would be present Ins inauguration at Tnllehassa next month PQv Mount of Jtglina1wa j1s i b Secretary off Agricu1ture- during i c McK i leys second term i v Tlie Republican State Ceritnfll Committee barid nedits headquarters 1 T at the GiaultHouse Mon jfiay aiUr ODbi Before leaving they paid a farewell address the demo cratshccusingtheni of theft frauds and every thing imaginable and closed bysayingtIieriw9u l1 be no contest over the gubei uatrialot Ina recent nieetifagof the Cab f v liar and the President he expressed his d sife thar eachaimc evenl niehiljershould remain with nimj puripg tijc nCxfour3ettrsj1SJ iJ tZiJ i Senator Iiodsay say rut he dos not think any scheme for a o reorganization of thti Democratic party sho mid be discussed now o Grover Qe jeland and John Gt Carlisle arc very anxious for a re organiation of tIme Democratic tar ty f We wilder why ExSecretary Olney of Massachusetts is favprably spoken ofas the next Democr tic candidate for President t is i 0Nw ltemsg A bill has been introduced in tle Geo gi a Legislature to disfran chise the colored vote A Strike ot 300 engineers and 700 miners has been declared in Indiana because the Indiana block and bituminous coaloperators have refused tosign thescale submitted by the hoisting engineers The ML Hope College of ColunibuSyiQhio iiasiilost its char ter on account of selling diploinasi Over 490000 worth of property has besu destroyed in California by forest nresA A New York man was robbed of 50 and in the transaction got a 150 diamond supposed to have caught in the lining of his pocket while the thiefus getting his money Pres McKinley will ask congress to organize the standing army on a larger basis giving the President pEr toraise3it tb 100000 if he virdesiresThe report oft Commissioner of Indian Affairs shows the number of Indians in the UnitefhStatesti be abput 267900 By a pooling agrcemelit of the Manufacturers stell plates have ad vanced 2 on a ton V Thereis but little hope of any earls pacification Induth Africai Thirty fourpeflons lost their liveson tlc stedmship City of Monticellowhich foundered off Cape torchie in the bay of Fun day Howard Gould the young niil- lidnaire gets bistoot into it for 5060 damage onjubreacli of con V T tract for dischargiuV his valet Frank Mowbray Miss Clara Barton of1 the Red Gross Society who has just left Galvestion Texas says further aid is still uee9edfor the flood suffer v ers I j iJL G Dun of the R G Bun Ki Co Mercantile ageucV is dead r1 There have been twenty t9i nmrders lii the city off mk ot- Lsince January i H Fiaiiois Sa1son he aini hist 1 who attempted to vassasinate the Shah of Russia Oil August 2id las been give A alife sehtenceV i tThe Northern Paper Corof Wilt lipcket Maine thelargestestai3lisii inent of Its kind in the world f be kti V gan operation Saturday co5ti4poo fS1vhtet rO1ijThe grossjearning of the L iN Iwere 3490 less for the first week corresrjSTashJK56060BtralCSir1 q i by former clerk W W Lea and J P Bradyof the firm of Connor and Biady Capt John Harvey MyersJat former railroad conduqtoron Mayy vile branch of the L N couir initted suicide by hanging himself G WWait Pies GR Hail cashier L E Hunt and Cyrils Wait have been arrested on anixi2 ciictment1 returned hY the grand jury charging them with a cour spiracy to defraud tHe Somid banking Co The Paris Exposition clewed Monday The total attendance was t over 50000000 t Five tribes of Tndians are said to be dying of starvation in Alaska It P H Angstall of Covington t v committed icid fty v swallowing Carbolic acid Itfy Sunday Mrs JusseJV Christo pher of Estill county gave birth to four baby boys opt vaS dead and the mother and other three only lived a short time I The amount of paper currency stamped with the department seal and prepared for issue d uiing the year ending September 1900 was 523192600 Luther Ray of Lancaster was held under bond in the sum of d J 1000 for the killing pf Edgar Brown on election day The Pope at Rome says I pray f yL God to illumine President McKih- leys mind that he may avoid the thingersofi ihipefalism1 lti 4j If ehue vltoni0 Mfc ga1n WVi refuses tbrnt the demands of the 4 United States fOrtbe payment of indemnity for the murderof Marcus Bssagiai The battle ship Ken tuckywill in all probability he sent to bring this Httle barbary state to time V A Miss Rema Norton ot Chattanooga Tenn inan atteiiipf to com mit suicide s otHeiSelf through tlie heart tiiitis still alive and t- 1idoctbrsayhehfalr chance to f recover The English Parliament will as setuble Dec Jrdto vote expenses for the South African war the cost 6f which isuowestimtiecldt f 5op pooopo z The foreign RX9Jf1Ve agreed on teriiis to be made in China rThe agreement in part is that eleven Princes and other officials shall rnet death the ikolition o- ftheriigLYamen tdnernl is 1SmpsiT livHeaty s cut r ltlihcdttoncropshot t t MarcuS Daly tLe great copper- kihgWiidTinUiptoir vdjedt Monday Tile election of McKiinieyhas brought about increase of IJ4O O1t io pounds fqrf halt Who is beoefited pt i J S i j A new orpdrtitobe known Ii as they XmeficaffiiRice Growers 1 LDistributiiig I beingVo ianizedwith John W Gates at 1 I Sl e aiCapit l stdclf I5OOQjpqQ lIThet t revenues of this govern ment Jor4ha fisal ve2rwere5671 4085 t i rfChajijbsflain s iU Stomach an- dTtietcireBiVer bTlioushess coqr stiptitandidachV The lae fasy to4 talad pIeaiatit frbtt f l h TIl V es1 y 1 GpoD1 ROADS Section 1887 o- fKendkyShtutcs reads as follows tvThat should any Magisterial dis trict or distnicts desire to unite in building turnpike it shall be mandatory oiv the part of the Fiscal Court to boifcTthe same prcivided r tlia citizens ofsaid Magisterial dis rjct or districts shall have sub scribed onetetjlh of tne cost ol same as estimated by the engineer and provided further that nothing ihthfs act shall be construed to prevent the Fiscal Court from buildings ttnnpike exclusive ofc sai i subscription itxlesires to do so Mrt Jqpi s Ccsiwford says he will give i oo if the county will build apikeitbjyiMdMincolu coun tvline Witli but little worka f thousand Aollarsl can be easily raised by private stib cribtiori and then the county must build the pike Let time goo f citizens vylip desire to see the county prosper plush the work private donations ancL we yili soon have agppd pike connecting us with some 6i the nower counties f t t r lJ i A GREAll MEDIC1N rIainsCohclCholera and find it to be a great remedy says Mr E S Phipps ot Poteau Ark It cured me of bloody flux I cannot speak too highly of it This1 remedy always vins the opinion it not praise of those who use it Phe quick cure which effects even in the most severe cases make it a favonteeverywhere For sale by Theo Wesley druggist When you feel that lifers hard ly orth the candle take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse your stomach tone up your liver and regulate your bowels making you feel like a new man For sale by Theo We sley druggist 1ttEeiiL f1 U If 11fC A 11 W hJ You can cough F yourself bronchitispneu monia and con Y sumption Bandaging IrId bundjng r sJy0tr throat cQno good You must give po your throat and i lungs rest and allow the cough oundstohea1c There is noth ing so bad for a cough as ing using cought r1JA ffJ t W fl t3I mlI f1t Ifi I it B 1k1jtaZ5 ti5 1 J T Even the cough or early J rcof sumption is curedx thek4f l you cart briiig Test O copiforf in every case a ore cent bottle will ft curcnevr coughsahd 4IJ ofbronchitstnd ve fk- 1uns the onedoilais e f isvnioi e eccmorriieal fOr chronic cases and cbn umptiQn Its tii sizeI fyoushouldlee Q fhandr I All fainUies ought to be on cvufch for sudden of crotip orauutolungtroubles Eyorjrcquu Lome Cl1errylcctornlconsbn lyQn hand tOl ll t1 trAfl nT MHftr Hr liL j ru 4 4 t+ ==2 First Nati n l B rk QF STANFORD KYJtCapitalISfpck 5100000 Surplus 1B4o076 DIRECTORS p J W Hayden VP Walton J II Collier lTD Elmoie a Hied T P Hill S H Baughman W A lribbleA y M J Miller and ST Harris adjoininginess in trusted to us Personal application and correspond ence with a view to business relations invited J S HOCKER Pres r JNO J McRO BERTS Cashier AA McKINNEY Asst Cashier 7 BANNIE OWENSy UNDERTAKER Caskets offins Robes Etc IKept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD I El1TU0P 11- The Lincoln County i Is B1 l hJPkPL cv g nk Qf STANF OD- Capital Y 1w ploo1ood Site essors to Farmers Bank Trust Coo jtgTAKFOR KVe IIpro pleasantDIRECTORS j r f JJJ Williams JELynn JiS Owsley Sr Si H Shanks William Gooch J F Cash A WV Carpenter jVB Owsley WJEGummiuSi j SH SHANKS Presidentk L f- J B OWSLEY Cashier x iji I W M BRIGHT Asst Cashier V t JC Bailey Bookkeeper v J oy Vs i rJ 0 TOZ JONAS MCKES LI WIT VERNON1Yr Everything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes and Genaersj Merchandise BEST GOODS AT RICKS WILUSV GRIFF1N Practical LJndertUer I and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky t Keeps Coffins Caskets Robes Linen Bospuisi Cuffs and Collars furnish Metallic Caskets and have Embalm Tng done on short nc- i tice and easyfterms Orders by telegraph or telephone promptly attended to day3ud ntgli i 1 t rJ t j 1rcY fT V Furture i tl carpets 1 i V g 4 ja11 Paper F1 Cft W I I bright newc1nstoc1just received aiM open i lpeir and look upon a stock tint l sl1oeq j ilCclli If Central ILIitucl We haejtEie dSand alivJ liayeboughtt1eri right rtcostsiiothing to lo andlwea tir y lthht agH n seatQrstore lJr l JJt1 ti J beapJeasi 14f aud tetltQ qti y j 1tj x IYQ trffT1 Lrnhfs 0 1 iaufo aiJY k J7i4 + A f i F f t J = MtVeraoifSignal FRIDAY Nov 6igoo Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT i SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rales made known on application FROM every Democratic tongue can he heard words of cammendaj i Hon uld admiration for that moss worthy campaign Chairman Exi Governor and Senator elect rte hc James B McCreary Why wait till this political Knight andlpassed through the Valley of the Shadow of Death to sing his praise Why not planta flower in his path way while here among us that he might inhale the delicious fragrance thereof He inspired the workers from Cumberland Gap to the Ohio with enthusiasm and determi nation During his Jong career as- a State and National representative he bias been a hard worker one who has not only the capacity but the inclination to work His high and honorable career has not been an accident It has its oragin in a strong noble naturejrits source is found in his great head and great heart constantly working together with pure methods for high pur jposes Perhaps tis true that he has not the overwhelming logical power of Douglass he has not ac quired the rare and vast learning of Sumner he has not the con suming eloquence of Clay of Henry or Winter Davis not the- andranaeofgrand rhetorical sweep Conkling nor the unanswerable array of facts figures and reasons of Jim Beck but he has that ex quisite union and harznosy ofevery mental faculty and of all personal endowments that win mate him in force and influence In tIre Federal Senate their equal and their peer The thoughts that emanate iron his harmonious laboratory of brains arc broad liberal and cx aulted He views everything as it is in its naked reality and its title relations With the serenity of a philosopher he applies the test of truth to every proposition with al most mathematical precision His speeches during his legislative career are living embodiments of his thoughts plain and clear as if presented on a canvass McKin ley is reelected with both branches of Congress Republican As time rolls on dangers that threaten this Republic will become more appar ent They will thicken as wealth and population increase as trusts fattens and grows as corporations multiply and powers become more cents alined We shall need yea badly need such an incorruptible and courageous man as McCreary in the House of Lords to fight the Battles of popular prerogative against all these corroding influences subtile and facinatiug as they are which gradually lead the Republic to ape the splendors of imperial ism and through its seeming glories to undermine its simple faiths and turn away its blessed aims SURELY Gov Beckham is a very happy man Nominated and elect ed as Lieutenant Governor last Year Dournated and elected to the highest office in the gift of Ken uckians this year Then he has won theheart and hand of one of the most beautiful and gifted women in the State Last Satur urday night lieeutto CKvuesbpro At i I r Il =to ste his intended the beautiful Miss Jean Fuqua and he was met not only by his bride tp be but also by 4000 enthusiastic Democrats who gave him such an ovation as few public men receive In the language of Ed Walton This son of destiny seems to have been horn with a diamond mounted gold spoon in his mouth HON John W Yetkesmdde the best race that couldhave been run on the platform which he had No doubt Mr Ycrkes is the most popular Republican in Kentucky and he now deserves a seat in the Cabinet of M jpr McKinley which we sincerely hope will be tendered him He is bright congenial able and dignified an honor to Kentucky and Kentuckians He has been arfriend to Mt Vernon and Rockcastle andwe wish him the choicest things of earth HOWARD Guolds early sips of lifes nectar which were so graphically described in n New York court last week in a suit between himself and valet furnishes some delightful morsels for both male and female gossips Admissions were wrung from the lips of the young millionaire that he supported another woman which brought blushes to the cheeks of his listening wifL NOVEMBERS election was an open sepulcher for the presidential hopes and aspirations of William Jennings Bryan But the sun of the Sixth never set on a manlier spirit or a truer son Never was there a man who was endowed with stronger intellect or greater power of endurance Hox William J Bryan has refused an offer of 10000 a year toe the Denver Post In response he said that he would remain in LSncola and defend with tongue and area the principles he believed toe flgfri and the policies which- bebeliered tube wise Tfii Standara Oil Company the largest trust fa the country declared her fourth dividend last week for the past year During this yeai the company has paid 46800000 in dividends which is a clearing of 48 per cent LOOK shy NarcyAnn Maria Jane for diet e is gwiue to be a hot old time in Rockcastle before they get through prosecuting the users of the devils eye water free silver and Uncle Sams greenback on elcction4Jay TIIK Lexington Morning Demo crat edited by W P Walton is growing steadily in popularity and increasing daily in good news Long may it and the Interior Journal live I Cot W C P Breckinridge Hon P Vat Hardin and Jack Chinn each received a vote for Governor No doubt that either one of the three named gentlemen would make an excellent executive Gov Mount of Indiana has beensuggested for Secretary of Agriculture during McKinleys second term Why not select William Sulu Taylor or Charles RoughRider Finley THERE is much talk over the incoming cabinet The belief Is that President licKinley will have a new Secretary of State Treasurer Navy War and Postmaster General Yerkesis Washingtoti telling his troubles do the PresidentIt Ir al BRYAN DECLARES V1 That Policy of the Republican Party will yet be repudiated by the people Lincoln Neb Nov 9MrBryan yesterday gave out a stale meut explaining his views on last Tuesdays election The statement is as follows The result is a surprise to me and the magnitude of the victory is a surprise to our opponents as well as to those who voted our ticket I will not analyze the votes until they are complete but speaking generaly we seem to have gained in the large cities and to have lost in the smaller cities of the countryThe Republicans were able to secure tickets or passes for all Of their voters who were away from home and this gave them a consid erable advantage We have no way of telling at this time of how much money was spent in the pur chase of votes and in colonization but while these would account for some of the Republican gains they could not account for the wide spread increase in the Republican vote The prosperity argument was probably the most potent one used by the Republicans They compared present conditions with the panic times of 1893 to 1896 and this argument had weight with those who did not stop to consider reasons for the change The appeal Stand by the President while war is on had n great deal of in fluence Among those who did not realize that a war against the doctrine of selfgovernment in the Philippines must react upon us in this country We have made an honest fight on an honest platform and having done our duty as we say it we have nothing toregret We are defeated but not discouraged The fight must go on I am sure that Republican policies will be re pudiated by the puolic when the tyranny of their policy is fully understood The contest between plutocracy and democracy lnot end until one or the other is com pletely triumphant In answer to inquiries concern ing himself he said I have come out of the campaign with perfect health and a clear con science I did my utmost to bring success to the principles for which I stood Mr Stevenson did all that he could Senator Jones and the members of the Democracy Populists Silver Republican and AmiImperialist Committees did all they could ccMr Hearst od his associates in the club oiganization put forth their best efforts our newspapers our campaign speakers and our local organizations did their part- I have no fault to find and no reproaches I shall continue to take an active interest in politics as long as I live I believe it to be the duty of a citizen to do so and in addition to my interest as a citizen I feel that it will require a lifetime of work to repay the po litical friends who have done so much for me I shall not be a Senatorial candidate before the Legislature which has just been elected Senator Allen deserves the Scnatorship which goes to the Populist while Mr Hitchcock and Mr W P Thompson are avowed candidates for the Democratic Senatorship They both deserve well of the party and am too grate ful to them for past support to stand in their way even if I de sired a seat in the Senate BEELICK Wm Barrou died Tuesday of last week He was about 80 years old John A Brown who has been very ill with typhoid fever is convalescing JM Reynolds is talking of sell iug his stock of goods The iufent son of James Brown died Saturday of whooping cough- S A Barnes is having a new lobf put on his store house prof VsfJIwwhoi teach L tIt U i tA ing school near this ymcr las scarlet fever Also thrtt uf his studentsDannie Owens of Brodhead was here Friday on business Rev Martin Owens has been quite sickITne infant son of John Craig died of croup Monday SJaegjae c J ORLANDO t r 3 D3 o G R Reams was in Mt Vernon Monday on business B H Ball has moved to Masons property in town and w nts to swap horses every day Rev Williams and Wm Mc Hargue have of purchased a new grist mill and put up at Pine Hill G T Johnson and wife have just returned Irom Cincinnati where they found many bargains in dry goods and notions Lee Chestnuts school at Cove will close in two weeks Dr Childress was up fooin Liv ingston Wednesday tt Prof Reppert has one of the fin est yearling colts in the county J J Owens has moved to his son Henrys near him Noah Mason has hIt for parts unknown Henry Bales is driving Johnscns transfer wagon- S S13x11 is ha tilt some improvements put on iris dwelling B G Mulijis hi bought the W G Mullins frn near Pine Hill and will move to it about Tan ist Win Evans was in Mt Vernon Monday on business Robt Cole the grocer drummer was here Tuesday Rev Williams of this place is conducting protracted meeting at Freedom Come to J A Wood C Or ando Ky for the best goods and owest prices Best bargains in the country i3- militS Easy1 110 Takev Thin pale anemic girls Ineed a fatty food to enrich mtheir8 health and strength It is J I safe to say that they nearly S i all reject fat with their food i SOSOHEMUJoi COD LIVER OILWITH HYPOPHOSPIflTES qF llltSOjlA t1 Iis exactly whathrenot only gives them the kIt j8 portant element codliver oil f S in a palatable and easily di 1 gested form but also the hypo 1 1SIi usually accompany anmia SCOTTS EMULSION is a I i fatty food that is more easily g digested thin arty other form m of fat A certain amount of f t1 flesh is necessary for health- fo it otl can yet itIii this way i We have known per 1 sons to J8ina pound a SipA oc a W tSCOTT QOWNE Cheroijtt New eeEtcOOGC ee ld ri Go to Turpin Bros in basement brick hotel for fresh fish nnd fresh oysters octiqtf CASTORIAor I ftuts aai Ckiidrtn The h r avt Alwm BfifM IBears Ik L 1 a Jdtut i E1YlrJZ71 1178iTC171eltxl = tSahat t = = nvr wr f ir PThe Kind You Have Always Don lit and which has bean- nin uSe for over 50 rcars has borne tiro signttn of d tI ev e4 wider supervision one All Counterfeits Imitations ami Justnsgrootl rre hIm Experiments that trifle with und endanger tho health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment ORIA1lI Oftstoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paver goric IDrops Ami Soothing Syrups is Pleasant contains neither Opium Bloryluuo nor other Narcotio substance Its ago is its guarantee destroys Worms and allays FcvcriHlmcss cures Dlarrhoaa and Wind Colic relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency assimilates time Food regulates time Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSI A Bears Signature ofIII The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE VOW IJ r a J mU 4 34 24 J24THAT HORRIBLE FEEL zr i Iz t l1 off IUs x GERSTLESI FSMALS t PANACEA J lis for act ting them of SUFFERED This suffered disposer pcpnliar hcrsex tmns physicians ami 3prIliltt rtnl tna vas for duce totry Female and titter topknrtwc hot ties strong walk She had unable do before this HEARD Druggists Sell FP bv nil Mt Vernon Chamberlains Cough Keuniay in Chicago Hisgen Bros the popular Side druggists cot ner 69th street Wentwarth avenue We sell great deal of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and find that it gives the most satisfactory especially among children for severe colds and croup For sale by Theo Wesley druggist J To remove troublesome corn or fcunicn First soak the corn or- t in warm to it then pare it down as closely as pos sible without drawing blood ana apply Chamberlains Pain Balm twice daily rubbing vigorously for fIve minutes at each application corn plaster be worn for few days to protect it from the the shoe As general liniment for sprains bruises lameness and rheu matism Pain Balm is unequaled For by Theo Wesley druggist ClosIng Out Sale am closing out my stock goods at very low prices have newand clean stock of and want close by January 1St 1901 will also sell the stock goods ans at reasonable figures This is one of the best stands the county Country produce taken at highest prices M R JONES GOOC LAND KY When you come to town go Turpin Bros restaurant you can get any kind of lunch oldYoucrick hotel octi9t and has been made hiD per aoisal since its iJlfanr Allow no to deceive you in this It It It It It It the 6 9 m mt h X Icoiiifcu to you V when you suddenly s awuLe in the ghtr is scUltra v used by a bur j3r staridlnt j over yor bMl but it i9 is a symptom oi rl easewhichr0womku she tgiet L ml mnhtr1 3p rt t0 ofhffi tt i t glt i i Otiseisod No vi 1 wociiii eYernegkcl d tins symptom u day soon removes the csnso of thf Y trouble becnusn it dfrerrIy tupon the UiTeotetf organs pmt i in a state perfect health HAO FOR SIX YEARS va is tll certify that otie of my customers from to fnrsix years everything rf commcnd uisensesot to no effect in C G F P Gerstles Panacea she as to ten miles ben to anyihir rOt months taking medicine C S Chadwick Ala G Sale South results bunion water soften A should sale entire of goods to of whole in where which Write to UUIIt ljotrTnn tr 4 k your a For I js Co KA and say a a a a I I a out I t a 3v n ncd r d w HBALTt nrIfucer nr C FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING A full and complete stoc IwAll orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest prices BlANKHNSHlP MULI1 5 KrI p1j1oooo l lmD f WINE OF CARDLI If has brought permanent rollef aiuii Sawas fast decimmg in health ivhen WIn of Cardul performed a wonderful care in her case She Buffered iriih the ago tfnlea of falling of the ivcinb leucorrhtta jappcnalcosapped her Vitanty until she was r i ical wrek nerVous m gave way Then ece the trial cfWlne of Veiperleace j ofburning wj wooOf CARDm f tt is within the reach of all 7orueu wk tty it are rtiieredAsk your dn W for a SI bottle ofWiue of ardUi15D not take II substitute it r ou iI Mrs wnuo Mitchell Soot hosetanN BtDrarCgbtray rase a croat cu r TflthfftlllnK ot tae womb and JPUCIU Jand rrT menas Cunio every week for months and were Toy puioful Aly tband induced ne to try Wlno of Cnrdrji tIbperfect heJtb ft lata tdltdUOM addtcM ymr to V9jnm Zlea n4 t 1tlari0gt t TiynL rMt Verion Signal Mt VERNON KY Nov 16 1900 Lou Vu cHA5HVIuRRCe- TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a m 26 north 1312 a in 23south 157 PV1P 25 South 144 a in- TAS LANDRUM Agent J Cnwrcdattbe Mt Vernuu Ky Postoffice as set oau class mail matter MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 040 noels 2rd Mon Jay 10 A ic V CHURCHES ChristianHolds services 1st k 3r Sunday At 11 a m and at 630 P in PresbyterianHolds services on the 4th Sunday Captist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Snnday Sunday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer Meeting on Tuesday nights Personal T S Miller is here from Lan caster Mrs Gus Staverson was in town shopping Wednesday Miss J J Wood was in from Wildie shopping yesterday Miss Mattie McFerren was here visiting relatives Wednesday J S Reppert the Sage of Ravenwood was here Monday Mrs Sue Mullins visited her sister Mrs Joe Poynter here Saturday Mr John McKee the London planing mill man was here yester dayJudge G W McClure was in Livingston Monday on legal business Miss Lillie Butnerwas hereSati urday to see her sister McClary J H Hagan the Livingston druggist came up on business yesterday There are already quite number ofapplicants for the post 6 nice at this placeIJames T Adams and Fred Krue ger went to London on business MondayMiss Bcrda Martin has only two more weeks to teach until her school closes Walter Saunders of Stanford was on Wednesdays train en route to Livingston Ashley Owens Jr will move to the Western part of the county in the near future Miss Effie Meadows of Pine Hill was the guest of Miss Maggie Walters Tuesday Mrs J W Rider of Upton Ky is here vjsiting her parents Mr and Mrs M J Miller Miss Hopper of Louisville is here this week in the interest of the Childrens Orphans Home Charier son of Elisha Mullins s moved io Valley View Madison county the first ot the week Uncle lackey Henderson dropped dead of leatt disease at his home on Copper Creek last week Mr Todd carpenter from Lon don isjiclpiug fiuish up the inside work c n Houk Sons new brick Mr and Mrs W J Sparks and littledaughters Fannie and Bessie weteiilthe city the first of the v week Uncle Ashley Qweris and wife came up Sunday to spenda TetV days with their daughter Mrs BviMullHsAAUncle Ashley still continues very feeble r Q 1 C Williams w is hereyefiterday and left for Louisville last night A J Sutton was here yesterday delivering brooms of his own make to the merchants 1Frig Krueger contemplates a GermanyIan Elder Pendrtckson and Rev Wm Williams are holding a pro tracted meeting at Hickory Grove Miss Ellen Butner was in Liv ingston Wednesday in the interest InvestIment Co- Miss Jalia Colyer who has about completed her first school is getting along nicely and has given entire satisfactionH Allen Hiatt and David Griffin were some of the familiar faces which we saw in town Monday Cut R M Jackson of London who is now under the treatment of Dr John M Williams was down Sunday to seethe Doctor Dr J G Lucas a town Daddy of Livingston was here Tuesday and says that WePRaines is niakiug a most excellent Judge Rev Theo Pigg passed through Mt Vernon Wednesday en route to his Garrard county farm to which he will move in the spring Hon C C Williams of Mt Vernon spent a portion of Saturday and Sunday with his brother Mr Iv1 C Williams Interior Journal Mr Chapman the London plas terer who did the plaster work in Houk Sons new store has moved his family here and will make this his home in the future Miss Nettle B Cox of Richmond and Mr Jesse Munday of Wildie were two of the attendants at the inarriage of Miss Minnie Monday and Mr Curtis W Curd at Stan ford Wednesday Mrs J T Hackley of Lincoln county who has been visiting rel atives in Virginia for past seven weeks stopped off here Saturday and spent several days with her brother James Ma ret Miss Alma Newland of Brod head will soon become a clerk in Houk and Sons store Miss Alma is a very pleasant and congenial young lady and will render valu able assistance to this most enterprising firm Miss Ellen Butner has accepted the agency for the Southern Mutu al Investment Co in this county The records of the company show it to be a splendid place for invest ments It pay large dividends to the policy holders and is in every particular perfectly safe Any one having money to invest would do well to talk with Miss Ellen get her figures and know what splendid inducements this company offers T No Roberts stopped off here Saturday on his return from Living ston to Danville he will n all plo ahility purchase the store room and stock of goods now owned by W M Fields Mr Roberts is a splendid business man and is known to most all of Rockcastle people as a perfect genteman most of them having had dealings with him atiMayIhenew field of labor is time sincere wish of the SIGNAL Mr J N Clou = er of Darlington hisJwife who has been with Mrs Ewers liege most all the summer and fall br her health He left yesterday for Indiana fcuf willr turn in a few days and he and Mrs tarofillssonmetrlierit i SRvery maketI LOCAL ROBBED The post office at Far riston was robbed Wednesday night Particulars not known DEATmMrs Champ aged go grandmother of W F Champ died at Paint Iick Saturday THANKSGIVING November 29 is the day set apart by the President as day for Thanksgiving- IN CouJiTIn county court B Mullins and Noah Mason were each fined I and cost for being drunk LAW SUITThe case of Henry Owens against the L and N railroad was tried in Quarterly Court Tuesday RITINGThe protracted meet ing wil begin at the Christian church on Monday night after the first Sunday in December FINED Frank and George Adams were fined Wednesday each i for being drunk and 5 for breach of the peace MERRICZS Deputy Sheriff H L Tate took John Merricks to the House of Reform at Lexington where the County Judge ordered him kept for a year TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each NOT THE LAwJudge Williams held Wednesday morning in the rasp of the Commonwealth vs Elmer Dowell that a boy 16 years of age did not have to work the county road This is the first contest made of the county road law PAROLED Frank Brooks who has been serving a twenty one year sentence in the pen for killing Mr Nevells at Crab Orchard aiea years ago has been parloed sect returned home Sunday night We understand he is in very poor healtn one reason why he was released The year of 1900 is now fast drawing to a close and those who are behind with the SIGNAL will please call in or stop the editor anywhere you see him and settle up To those who are behind as much as a year or more do we especially speak If you dont come to see us we will be to see you So dont be surprised FOR SALE This office has just printed alot of circulars for James I White advertising his farm for sale in the northern part of town on the Richmond road We un derstand Mr White is thinking o moving to Indiana but we hope it is not true for his loss would be a great loss to Rockcastle IN A VAULl Dr G H Al bright of Barbourville as he was returning home from a visit to sea patient last Thursday night No AuBlacks bank by a posse of men who threw their pistols down on him and demanded him to throw up his hands which he did beyond any question For some time he was held in that attitude and order ed not to look at any of them After hearing one or two explosions in the bank he was ordered to walk in side where he was locked insid- the vault until 6 o clock next morn ing when Ed England the book keeper went to open up He was confined in the vault for nearly seven hours The robbers were successful ingettingonly few cents which were in a drawer in tHe desk waes about 760 Bloodhounds telegraphed for immediately and bee spared in runningdown time rogue S LAWRENCE MoRGANrDr Toe Lawrence and Miss Cana Morgan were married at Hyden the first of the nlonth They arrived here Wednesday to visit his brother Dr G B Lawrence Dr Joe is a splendid physician and is getting a good practice in Leslie May unbounded success and happiness be his lot is the earnest wish of the SIGNAL BOARDING HOUSE There is a splendid opening iuMt Vernon just now for some one who will open up a firstclass boarding house for students who want fco attend the Collegiate Institute There are quite a number of students who want to enter the Institute after the Holidays The hotels are not able to ccommodate them and but few private frmilies will take boarders Any one who will un dertake it will no doubt do well COUNTY TEACHERS The following has been received by our County Superintendent To County Superintendents On account of payment of the de ficit due city schools on last school year and the additional fact that the sheriffs of the various counties have been very slow in settling with the Auditor payment of the November draft will be delayed I cannot now state just when it will be paid but it will of course be sent out as soon as possible Ret gretting that this state of affairs ex ists and assuring you that ifcis un avoidable under the circumstances H V MCCHESNEY Supt Pub Int 1900ithe teachers through the paper when money comes The following cliped from the Galveston News ot Nov ist tells of the marriage ofa Rockcastle bay The first wedding to take place in the First Presbyterian church since the storm was celebratedat 7 oclock last evening the contracting parties Hamnerbdaughter of Dr and Mrs E D Hamner of 1902 Church street and Mr W J Newcomb Owing to the conditions brought about by the storm the wedding was a quiet affair with the relatives and immediate riends present The ushers were Mr D N McKenzie and Mr Fred Evans Mr Albert Steirer was the best man and Miss Eula Jackson maid of honor Dr W N Scott the pastor of the church performed the ceremony The bride was at tired in a handsome suit of gray Venetian cloth trimmed in silk and white applique and wore a velvet leftflast a g trip v Mr Newcomb has resided in Galveston during the past ten years coming here from his old home Mount Vernou Ky He holds responsibile place here with the ies hi esteemed His bride is one anvpopular young ladies 4senulneLaxativetbo remedy that segos a coM An 010 IIsy- ATTENTION DEMOCRATS Under the provisions of the ne party law adopted the State con rote1900 the Democrats Rockcastle county are requested to meet at their respectin voting places at 1 p ra en the igth day of November 1900 and proceed to select a corn mineeman to serve for four years and on the Monday following the 26th the persons selected gas com tsIcommitteemay or may not a t of said cotnmittefev R L Browfn Cl1im Cr November I r oo1 LBLUR ED PRINT lf tj DR GOLDSTEIN Is COl ING Dr G Goldstein the Celebrated occulist and optician of Louis- Hlle will be at the Miller House Tuesday Nor 20 For years Dr Goldstein has been doiiig work in Eastern Ky and many can speak of the thor oughness of his work His skill is recognized in all parts of the StateDr Goldstein makes a thorough examination of each eye and fits glasses to each particular case giving ease and comtort and rest to the eye and perfect vision Dont neglect your eyes time lost is gone forever and lost sight can never be restored There can be no greater calamity than total blindness Examination freeOffice hours io to 3 at the Mil ler House STOPS THE COUGH AND WORKS OFF THE COLD Laxative BromQQuinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents iil N fir BERRY HOWARD TALK Berry Howard is reported as having said Well I guess Becknam is elected Governor but he wont be Governor more than nine days The statement is said to have been made in Pine vine the dny after the election The information is said to have come from one of the most promi byletterat Frankfort r A Village Blaqkmi h Saved His Little Sons Life Mr H H Black the wellknown village blacksmith at Grahamsviile Sullivan Co N Y says Our little son five years old has always been subject to croup and so bad have the attacks been that we hcve feared many times that he would die We have had the doctor aud used many medicines but Cham berlains Cough Remedy is now our sole reliance It seems to dissolve the tough mucus and by giving frequent doses when the croupy symptoms appear we have found that the dreadedcioup is curse before it gets settled There is no fIous drug and may be given as con fidently to a babe as to an adult DruggiaI GREEN FRONT3 c 3 DRUG STOREr r is the place to buy Drugs Patent Medicines Jewery a a tionery Cigars and Tobaccos Paints and OilsrPrescriptions Carefully Compounded Prompt Attention at All Times Call When InTown VerIlOnKVPhone Reward Offered for GEOTJOHNSONS RED HOT Line of Generalfie This County has no caualaud my 9ciatp= i sTI1USc loR J nrJVtttN J t t J L I wA on winter t Boots Shoes Hats and Cap zAre26 per cent cheaper than any shown They will comfort tickle arid make Y ou glad tha You area living to enjoy au opportunity sttre and progressive I keep inj StOCk t I FeileysCj 2LStoves and cooking utensils Ladies Cloaks andJaslc wets at prices too low but I sell them J I Make No J Pricest Mesatri handtil atiwill Come a ai- uT Ge fri Johnson i RLANOO r l 1s i1 lh- i j 2 G enercll v 1 ercllarldi eM U lrirl 1 i roc Iw r 0K 1 rl uff lLx k fWi r nrtf tJAy D fn fJ J- M03 V t tf I 1 1 BRODHEAD Mr Win Frith and wife spent Sunday in the country Mrs Margaret Sayer of Har rodsburg visited flIer daughter rMrs W R Waliin of this place last week Messrs Frank Watson Walter jind Ed Rogers of Crab Orchard tffcsfe here Sunday Mr Addis Henderson was with home folks here Saturday and Sunday The box supper Saturday night was well attended and all present report an excellent time Mr Cecil McClary one of Oak hills bright oung men was here SundayMisses Jessie Hardin and Sem mie Ross of Lowell visited the Misses Haggard ofthis place last weekMrs W R9 Wallin made a fly ing visitto her brothers at Crab Orchard Saturday Now that Beckhani is elected Governor of this proud Comnon wealth for the next three years our beloved State will once more gain it reputation abroad and suc ceed in maintaining law and ord er at home The Methodist church will give another box supper Thanksgiving night The mouey made at these suppers is for the purpose of buy ing an oigan tor the church We will jbs thankful for every little mite Messrs W S Haggard and Robt Hicks ere in Stanford Tues day A little child of James Owens died Monday morning ofcroup sickjTh AIYadenMAdams truestees of the town of the Townof Brodheadwho met A r and selected Rev A J Pike as Police Judge That versatile writer stud political writer J N Brown was elect ed Justice of the Peace in the 4th Magisterial district He mattes ajsplendid member of the Fiscal Court tTAB J flj r Protracted meeting began at Skaggs Creek Friday night Walter Bustle of Andrews vas visiting his sister Mrs J N NTbrton Sunday and of course enjoyed the smiles of his best girl Whooping cough is raging among the children here in this neighborhoodM has gone to Wool ridge Tenn to stay during the winter A protracted meeting begins at Freedom Sunday night Geo Livesay and wife visited their daughter Mrs R L Bray Saturday night r Mrs Cress vas shopping at Bro dhead Monday Lan EDcK Drpp Zack York bought of C C Williams and Judge P D Colyer the Haidin Durham farm for 500 W R McClure sold a milch cow for 25JJ M Gardner mud L Howe sold 40 feeding cattle last week to Jas edeIhveredFleming Gazette L Joseph made following pur chases of cattle in Burbon From Walker Buckner 75 G WVasiiV 68 Wm McCray 18 Geo Red mon 18 J J Redmori 67 W W Massie 50 The cattle averaged about 1500 pounds and the price was 450 do 5Paris Kentuck iani ii1a dt r iJg t a Ct1QfJ rd J cd s J 4- is l t IeC1J Q 0 r v i Q rCf I J t4r ar4rw J uO o l t4 D if J 4J 0 Cf f Q oDv Jt fId n7 I t 0 HQMTS MARKETS Jf Y Corrected each1vLe 1 by EPouk reSon Mt Ver non KV Arhucldes Coffee uP 45Cft t Lien Coffee t4c1jo r Green Coffeer I4C to isc Flour No i per hnrel 450 k Belle of Lincoln per bVi 425 j Daisy tloufper barrel 400 Labelle flour 4 55 j 41fStar Soap 3 cakes y ioc Rice No i per lbIncGranulated Sugar per Ib 7X0 j y Extra Light Brown Sugar lb 6cSprup Caramel gal bucket 35CI Sorghum best homemade gal 400 Ships tuff per hundred Qbc i Calico all the hest brands 5C Calico all cheap grades 50 under Can goods 80c- r Clothing suits 750 to 1500 Lard roc in small lots locts in I 50 lb lots or more Northern seed oats none onhand Millet hay on hand Eggs per doz I Feathers per Ib 40 Cattle extra shippers 475 to 5 00 r Cattle common 2 75 to 400 Hogs best heavies 505 Hogs medium 495 440JfA Sheep common 300 to 375 W a J Strother Dean of McAfee sold on the 6th 20 fat hogs average wt 260 IbF at 4c Cozatt Van divier last Monday delivered 19 hsd of ioyolb steers at 431 These steers were bought at the tozatt sale in Boyle county Morris Threikekl has sold to Eisen carrthanloads of baled straw delivered in the city at 475 per ton and 4 carloads or clover hay in the bale at 1150 per tonrThe straw brought in the nice sum of 600 and the hay about 200 Farmers are be ginning to realize that there io more in straw than there was ever dreamed of Harrodsbur Democrat W T Houk sold to Houk Son 400 bales of clover and timothy hay at 6octs pea hundred W T Logan sold to Sweeney Morgan 151i0gsat 3 4c Frank Lawrence sold to E P Woods a bunch of hogs at 4CJosiah An derson sold to Sweeney Morgan 20 shoats at 30J 1JL CofFey sold to W H Boone a bunch of heifers at 3 to 3jf cIsoh Bros of Merc er sold to Williams Texrell 23 1250pound steers at 427 S T Harbison oiex irigidn bought a carload of hordes in Mercer at 80 to 1251 H Boone bought of W T Tucker J H Strphens and others 70 hogs at 4 to 43c Lawson Fox bought in this and- Garrardcountiesa j carload of idpo pound cattle at 3c and a bunch of hogs at 4C11 W W Lyon Co sold to Corithers Beard 25 15 Ito i5 IL haudiiiules at 102 tIand 1 bOUght f various parties 21 mules at 75 tor25 Interior Joufudi Several carloads of export cattle were bougHt inthis caulityhv Si man Weil ofn kingtonatPrires ranging frortf45o co 475 Shelby SentineV Corn is curreiiViat 2 per barrel and many thiuic it will be lirgher in u 4 It the near future TWjD Chester I iii11 1tte t4i r i ar 1tic1J x F t 10 f rD o l- LJJt 1 0c o t lrt +j rJ J 1 c 0 oJ IU tk rlo b rn 2 w tf a0- p J tJ 1 1 r- ro r 4r SO0 2 cL DtiIcM11 J n I jciaJJ J t h J t r qj COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Moil day in each month- OUARTERLYCOURrF 1st Mon day in January April July and OctoberCIRCUIT COUPT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember MT VERNON PO ICE COURT Third Monday in each month I = P A PennIngton D D S M D DEMIST N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House It ernon during nl Ciicrit Cerate i G W MCCIURE J W BROWN McCLURE BROWN j Attorney s at JL a w MT VERNON KY business entrusted to our care IAn receive prompt attention room No8 in the old Brick Hotel C C WILLIAMS AottrneyatLaiflJ Flit Vernon Ky jOffice on 2nd floor of new brick on Church street Specia attention given to collections r R G WILLIAMS Attorney atLa w MT VERNON KY i to R L HROWF ATTORNEYATI 1 MT VERNON KIRTUCKY- Special i attention given to col lections h 1 S C FRANKLINMt Vernon Ky Clock and Watch Repairing pecr tacles Repaired Gold and Silver Soldering Neatly Done The eyes tested and glasses fitted byiscientific methods Can furnish glasses properly flitted from 150 to 600 Watch cases chains ewelryof all sknds plated with gold orsilyerj and made to vlqok like new All work cash nocreditl Aguaranteed x4 f i iJ4 +r T t Jtttt tb tKf j t d ij1i1TJ s l RA JONES DENTIST STANFORD rc Phono No 45fOffice iJr IJiggins AIcKenney s Store f1tCI ESTES Carpenter and Cabinet Maker Ml Vernon Ky Mntitic Bud Hatracks a specialty TheVerancl Hotelr JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor I Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day u Insurance ofall Crclat the Signtl Vernon tyg mnoi1t L vAN i3r i f nipas iltTkir4 Hit1 Sl LrrtN i itMLCJl1On FSy l r vlr i 4 tt N r tjrl trt M Iro j W A CARSO- NPainter and Paper Hanger Brodhead Kentucky All work firstclass andwarah teedctohJ e satisfactQn Phone No i r MT VERNON LIME COMPANY Manufacturers of Urn and brick They also furnish Lime BuiJ mg Stone rough quarry face or cut Orders promptly filled = 3943 rST NATIOIAIiIj BA N 1 IOF LONDON KY Capital5oQoq Surplus S5 oo0 V BORIINGtM HOPE President y VicecJPreside V R Mt JACKSON CashIerI Miller B iseq 1 HUGH MILER POi JR ltersforJCprremercial Men 4fPorter K 1IIf EJ 10 H N JfRANlcrSCQ proPt Located atf the DerzitJ 3odh gad l Y rGPOdL livery Attached Meet all Trains Day and Night Traweling lien and Railroad men Solicited Will fur inchess for all trains J tA r i t