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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 41 r I V i ofI a 1dlI JI lJI IffJI rr lJ n TOLP ILL C 0111 YEltrJMttiOKOATI TICOVffT IY FRib NOV30 1900 NUMBER i J f TELLMy FRIENDS TO DL BRAVE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE wLaa2 2ly u O rrca j uKJr 53- BcEt J f t c v JCiC x Rev Livingston fil ci las pointment at the Christian chart Sunday Irs NatJTharpof Danville is visiting her mother v rs VO Tharp of this place Mr John Robins wno has been in Cincinnatti for sonm time come home Wednesday Bight kessrs J T Cherry and J W Tate went to Stanford Friday last Born to the wife ot P W Tharp on the 1 7th hist a fine boy Mrs J A Robins has been quite sick for the past week There is tot a man in th county better pleased over the election than LV H Sowder- Miss Belle Hendr icksou acc 1u- I paniedby her brother Joe and LesterHilton is visiting friends near Preachersville Mrs I 11 Roberts who has beeR at London for some time at the bedside of tier sick sister has r returned and says she jis very much ImprovedGranville Owens nas been teaching school forBro liendricksou while be was holding a protracted meeting at Freedom Mr Joel Pike of P111 ski is visiting the Pikeuthis week Ben Pike who has been confined 14caused by accident is able tojbe outagain and has gone to Mt Vernon to visit relatives z There will be a great many ap plications for the post office at this place so get ready boys to sign petitions Miss Susie Hiltonasrclisitingj n Lancaster y Mr CH Frith is preparing to- erect a handsome dwelling on Front street whicrnvill add greatly to the beauty of our town Hog killing and turkeydressing is the leading occupation herenow Your Correspondent was on the sick list last week- Tilinau Gilpin of Glencoe and one ot our old Roc castle men is visit ngriends and honl folks here this week John Weaver and Bob Roberts have returned from Louisville J- post W Tate has charge of the office at this place W A Tyree is building the res idence for C H Frith Miss Lula Pike is visitingriends and relatives in Marion county Dr Clark who has been on the sick list is able to be out again Mrs William Henderson pfGar rard county is visiting her taught er Mrs Ed Newlad and sister Mrs Josh Dunn Dave Hurt wno is recognized by alt the high officials of the Iv N as one of the best section fore men on the entire line is number edanron the sick this week Tyree and Williams the noted carpenters of Brodhead are doing some repairing on the residenceof J G Frith Rev A Ji P ke has returned from Marion county near Gravel Switch where he has been holding a protracted meeting Prof R L Brown spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks at LevelGrten Jasper Faris saySjif he can raise 100 bushels more turnips next year the whole Country will go democratic Mr Ayers of Qlenco a gteafto bacco man yho has bought C S Cummins farm went to ML Vernon Monday with Mr Cummins to uave tlieldied made r v S r J Thomas Cherry rntd Dannie Owens two otour leading merchants were in1rt Vernon on business Monday HL Tate of lylL V rllonwas businesshJ J yodWas here Saturday writing tax receipts for the hogs The lent belonging to Bassil Duke the hooppole man not the railroad magnate looked something like the ruins of Galveston after the little storn a few days ago Cleave Cable who has been sick for some time is improving slowly Miss Clyde Cass went back to Mt Vernon Sunday where she is attending schoo r GOOCHLAND One word to the dear readers of the SIGNAL This is old hTR Goodmorning boys fhe people of the United States have played the wild by putting Mr McKifliey back into the White House You see what a nice present he has sent them for their kindness Six days rain and a big snow on the seventh Brother Mc does not believe in resting on the seventh you see Goochland is strictly on a boom Two young wives in one week and twentythree more badly wanted Mr Grover McGuire has moved from Clarks Station and is with us againA J McGuire left this city last Tuesday enroute for the beautiful little town of Paint Lick where he was joined in the bonds of matri mony with Miss Addie Sbearr the beautifuland attractive daughter of Hon John Shear We extend to them pur best wishes and hope they may be blessed with much happiness and their troubles may be little ones Wade Ballard the handsome son of Mrs T J Ballard says that his wedding day is not far off Some girls have aw till tastes but pehaps theyare like my wife think it their last chance Mr Geo GatlifF has been wearing mourning for the past two weeks His intended eloped with another mau From the maneuvering of young sex of this city we will bet able to report many weddings be fore the close of the holidays = as land 8nocK Drop Catron sand Wpod bought of Eli Cofiey and Fred Hahnaliead of sheep a3per head also one yoke of oxen for 60 A E Aundley bought ot Rawl 01lbThe Somerset Journal seems to think that corn will advance steadi ly nowuntilit will go to 3per barrel within the uextjthirty days BGoodpaster weighed up to C A Peters of Poplar Plains Wednesday morning 16 826lb yearling steers at 425Owings vilie Outlook Montie Fox has purchased dur ing the week in Marion county 121 cattle i oo of them were feeders for which he paid 4 cts and the 21 fat cattle cost him 5 cts Danville News V 0 The Stanford Journalnotes the sales ofa carload of hbgsat 4cts a lot1 of hifersat 2 cts some fair ewes at4eachi29gocd mules at iIoo each several Jots of shotes and iat hogs at 3j t yry ctstj 22 cattle eight 16s at cisk 5l1 Irt Messrs Poster Johnson have gatheredwithin the past few days about 1700 turkeys fat 6c per PoundA J Crews of Meicer county sold to Jerry Caldwell of Boyle 75 head of feeding cattle for 2 350L D Brewer last week sold toBFanu rs Co 21 i50lb hogs at 4C Harrodsburg Democrat November corn has reached 5oc in Chicago v A S Thompson of Bourbou bought in Jessamin 61 feeders averaging JOQO lbs at4 and 47fctS Corn in the lower counties is selling for 175 to 2 per barrel One of the finest bunches of fat cattle that ever left Washington county consisted of 27 head of corn fed steers sold by Brother Authony manager of St Rose farm to Fox McDowell of Boyle and shipped by them tb Jersey City for export trade Tue cattle averaged just 1500 pounds each and the of the number were barely two year old They were high grade Shorthorns and Polled Angus The price paid at the scales here was 480 per hundred Springfield News Over 100000 horses have either died or been killed in the South African war Ten thouand of these horses and 42000 mutes wire shipped from this country to South Africa for the Euglish government Winchester Democrat 7i V7 u n1 OrrRE CRITa v fT l PfURS Arid societies of the United States locraticI4zDein e the t tacticr- at duty of organizing their forces This important work must be un dertaken now and continuedvigor ously until the nations govern meat is once more controlled by the spirit and purposeof its found ers The nation has rendered a decJtl sive verdict on the issues submit ed to the people and the adminis ration of the affairs of the country has been again intrusted to the Re publican party All Democrats loyally accept and support the de cision of the majority The d4 feated leader of the Democracy his borne himself with dignity anil even those whbassisted in his defeat acknowledge his honesty courage and manly patriotism He has vindicated the American name by his unflinching sincerity There will be time enough in the future to weigh and anlyze the course of defeat The immediate duty of Democrats is to prepare elements of victory by making their clubs and societies permanent qr ganizations Every club formed during the campaign just ended should be continued and increased It is the purpose of the National Democratic Clubs tc promote tile growthof the broad doctrines off Thomas Jefferson by unceasing p forts The National ors nizatibu therefore appeals to Deniocratsjin every state county and preciuctto renew the struggle for good goy ernment at once and see to it that Democratic clubs and sbciefies are maintained permanently in ieVr cry neighborhood It is the duty ofevery good citizen to belong to smUt political orgonzation so thatl the collective virtue and intelligence of the nation maY be brought to bear in Questions of platforms and candidates in an orderly rand deliberate manner V i1 Tliis is the timne for Democrats 9O jo worfc Tv and af hlf t mill i1 y zfeai5 iiie note enrolled J tvT- Y J In the membership of the National Association of Domocratic Clubs They should stand together now and in the future All who believe in Democratic principles regardless of past political differences are invited to assist in the great work which lies before the Democracy Tha national headquarters of the clubs will be kept open in New York until a Democratic President is seated in the White House W R HEARST President of the National Association of Democratic Clubs v News Iteroc Krueger was giyen a magLificentA reception in ParistAstorm did great damage to property at usse1svil1el The miners of Hopkins county went on a strike Monday- A little child was frightened to death by a dog at Enon Ridge Ala John Lawson Johnston the noted dietetic expert of England died at Cannes France The litlle rpublic of Acre in South America has sent a Minister to this country v Frederic JPioard who built the Columbus Sandusky and Hock ing Valley r lilrdds deed A big slide near Clarksburg W Va destroyed five large coal mines and several residences There is a growing feeliugin England that the condition of the Czar is worse than official bulletins describe it The population o f Kansas shows u increase of 3 per cent and cha- tfVev r shots a decrease L74 r7nt Ttr 2 The Indiana State Boards of Healt has blacklisted the graduates of the University of Louisville of 93 aid 94 Pearl Newman was found guilty of murder in the first degreefor tlie killing of Actor McCauley at Huntington W Va Byron Lady seventeenyearold pupil in Lyon county assaulted and badly injured his school teacher Carl Gresham A umber of Japanese imi rants to this countrv had fraudulent certificates of British citizenship in their possession The proposed importation of Porto Ricans to the port of New Orleans raises thee question whether the contract labor law applies Jo exclude them v The Pittsburg Coal combine has refused to recognize the Engineers Association and 30000000 bush els Of coal are tied tip at Pittsburg Up to noon Saturday enough rain had fallen hi Louisvill to fill the local ioOiopo666 reservdif six teen timjewoyecr i which ineaus enough water supply time city for three months V j IC In a prelimi nary aratiirical coil test Willis OITyler a negro who is working his way through Indi ana University at Bloomington con the right tp represent that Institution in tile State oratorical V1 7contest r 9S t vlhti trints and CMldrea fj fi f Hsve AI aYJrariugbt fr Begs the Slgiiaturo of v f J l J1 tlit First NattIonBarkOF STANFORDKYfCapital Stock 5100000 Surplus 184o07S DIRECTORS J W Haydan W1P Walton J H Collier M D nn1p01ie GrEied TI Hill S H Baugliman W- A Tribble M J 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 correspond ence with a view to business relations invited J S HOCKER Pres JlMcROBERTS Cashier A A McKINNEY Asst Cashier Q d NNIE OW ENBUr DERTtKEn ate Caskets Coffins Robes EtcT Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph o = Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KbNTV0 Irrhe Lincoln County INAT OJJAl B td OF STAMFORD KY Capital1ooooo Successors to Farmers Bank Trust Coif fOR fY And continuously under sanlq ijltin ement for 29 years Solicit your Bank account hoping such business relations will prove materially profitable and pleasant 4 DIRECTORS ti g nir lY ii tS h WillamGoocfi J Cash A W Carpenter J B Owsley WVH Cummins S H SHANKS PresidentaJ B OVSLEY Cashier i W M BRIGHT Asst Cashier J C Bailey Bookkeeper 0 T- JONAS r iI MC- MT Y L YforDry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes and Genae r Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PCKS Wllli S 4 GRIFFINPractical Undertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky r Keeps Coffins Caskets Robes Linen Bosoms Cuffs and Collars furnish Metallic Caskets and have Embalming done on short nor rticeand easy terms Orders oy telegraph nr telephone promptly attended to day and nigh X r6YorFYf Yr 9 FURN TURE NP4R 11Cx tJt g 3 k41r1 dureyt 1 MarkedV I11tCQSrPlaid c rriageu This 7S ivfact ff Good ctu Y ugot il9st I1i1tahi g j v cannot afford to miss this oppeitunlty if yea ilifted furniture JtltciVifivill rtyy 1 wvH q to look at a stoclv which tasclp l ilill GQH t JY1 tral Kentucky YIMv Ji t 1 j t 6 ta iI t rIt s rM Weir non Signal r FRIDAY Nov 30 iyoo = i Published every Friday by W EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR I 00 Advertising rates made known 0111 t application THIS paper believes in putting gogU sober discreet meu in office iIen of courage and ability who be lievctiu a businesslike improve ment of hoth county and estate as well as ibe nation Ve heartily endorse what Hon S J Shackle ford recently said about the coming legisLiufe and its members The next Legislature will be a business body It will deal lit tIe with politics and much with matitrs pertaining tto the general welllarc or the state I ought to acconiiliik a good dealin the way of legislation to encourage rather than antagonize legitimate corporate enterprises It ought to make good and equable laws for thc people of the blue grass and the moun tains and the penny rile It is the hope ot the Democrats that men of the highest business and party standing may he induced to run in every district Thin xt legisla ture will rot need politicians It ought to be composed ofmenCt sound business sense and progress ive iders For years the true func tions of the Legislature in Kentucky have been much neglected Lawmaking for the people of the state has been left undone Every thing has been Subordinated to the exigencies of factional and partisan politics A good Legislature can in 60 lays put Kentucky in shape to catch up with the procession I believe that the persounel of the next Legislature and the disposition of party leaders from Gov Beckhani down will tend to the accomplishment otthis result CALEB Powers has had nis ap partmenc in the Jefferson county jailnicely fixedup with rows of shelves His room is now filled with law lOOkS and he is studying both dav and night If Powers ever gets on t of prison he says that he snail letJ politics alone and shal devote himself exclusively to law Mr Powers graduated from the law department of Centre College in 1895 His case has been sub mitted in the Cbart of Appeals without argument and a decision is expected about Dec 1st MR KRUGER the great Boer statesman was enthusiastically ceivtd iafct week in Paris tne French Capital Over the entire route from the station to the hotel large crowds greerthe aged statesman When the Boer President entered ba cltor erea in front of the French hotel the demonstration was up roaous ajrl Mr Kruger finally spoke with tears in his eyes so much was his feelings moved by the great and admiring throng of ptople c TiiK popultion of the United States has been increased by tbe coming of our hundred thousand v loieigntrsin the last year One hundred thousand of whom were Italians and nearly as many Aus traHungarians The German element that has come to this coun try has been very helpful to us Here is luck to that enterprising one that goes back in next month Mr Fritz Krueger fayhe brina more just like unto himself r1Nla President Milchel of the United Mine Workers has attempted to force the miners 01 Hopkins county to recognize the organization but failed The men have been ordered to cease work which some have lone although they had no desire to do so They have nojusi cause of complaint There are instances where organizations are Injurious to the citizeriS and corn munity and this is one time when the men should refuse to do the- bc1dingof their Prrsident Gov Rooseveh has heard the charge against Mayor Vauwick of New York fQr being a member of the Ice Trust and dismissed it the1CityTHE material increase in the asr sessmeut of railroad propertyyin this county will swell our vcourity revenue over four hundred dollars next year THE Danville New is i75Q3YS old andhasI60c suDHcrfbeis Good for Brer Curinihghavhi fe j j f j Thanksgiving day lias come and gone and v nile SOlfld dear souls mae refreshed from oray far others arc grieved from disipatiou Many left their work and spentrthe day iL reiurniiig thanks to God for tbr blessings of the year Many 3jb ored right along uninindfui of tbcj glorious proclamation vn Je h un dreds sought the diversion ofitunt ing football games fan iy retin ins anQ many other sdurees ol pleasure and ainusein n I The SIGNAL 1tlobe thankful It has nialicelov ward none but love and charity for all Our labors have borne fruit beyond expectation We anVi oflyouwhich is spoken ofin the Bible you will have it with you always May the God of hot reign andmay tbe people of this clear old county de filled with noble aims and holy aspirations May they be moved by sober counsels and moderation of feeling and controlled sound sense and ightjudgemenI lyiR C the Republican State Central Committee has issued a call for the full committee to meet in Louisville on Dec 4that3 oclcck P M The most pominent Republicans of the state will also be present It will be decided in this meeting whether or not Messrs Moss Pugh Hopkins and Williams the defeated Republican candidates for congress will contest Jesse Weik a prominent Repub lican of Indiana has been indicted in the Federal court infour seper ate bills for impersonating an officer to defraud the railroad com panies and for forging the name of Post Master General Smith to credentials asPost office Inspector which he used in defraudtng the railroads ua SOME hired space writer from Louisville for the Cincinnati Enquirer of last Sunday nominates every prominent politician in Ken tucky for the United Statet Senate Dont worry about that boys for our neighbor and friend Hon Janis B McCreary will be Mr Deboes successor f THE crusade against vice in New York city has begun A committee of five was appointed a short time ago to investigate and eradicate vice This crusade ouglit to brve been started when the in habitantS of the great metropolis began the buildingof this powerful city ATTY W C Owens has appeared before the Court of Appeals ih behalf of Jim Howard andasked that Court to compel Cerk Fotd of the Franklin Circuit Court to furnish copy ot record without any compensation as his client was ua able to pay for same S F ROCK of the Richmond Register has been fortunate enough in politics to be nomina ted for County Surveyor Luck to you Mr Editor and surveyor If Hiram Fish or Sim Davis cant survey the new pike we will send over into Madison and get Rock THE Republican National cam paign managers give as a reason for losing the State of Kentucky that the men entrusted with the funds stole the money Well if tedidlyouneed not talk so all fired plain about it just whisper it to us gently PoIitiEaiiCIiO1itjci5 The ManagerSjbf the Rational Republican Committee say the reason why they did not carry the state for Bryan and McKinley was because the money whichwas sent to tqis state was stolen Hon W J Bryan in writing tot friend atTvledcoblosas he still believes in the principles of the Chicago convention Cormulete returns froia the Elev enth district gives Boreing Re ma1jorityHugitive Charles Finley say s neither he nor VW S Taylor will apply ibr aFcderaijob Mr Charles lySearcy Ayas uom enated for representatiye in ivladi soil county j Hon M F Northof Ivincblii county SUIouucedhisca dida cy for Reprsentatne Mr North has reprcstLd Xincpjiv county- before ciichsill n ttueJlJ3 ge t t 5J 1 i ifii7tT rcig pta- 11WpW l 3 Price ofLaimail1e iD1inddLoiofthe best speeches 1 t1e iuJP g l F tt wiiits1i flJ Siik in lPitYdllrm r f t te lmprV 9t1if 0 ln c ixtuuiMaty l ury t iflh rjF Boyle Ort tt c rss f llQyt1 4 polHicia J Ji1r iat- dt tIrsckrl W h X LiGCi 1t I i LTwl VIIrVI j Sij1 The Ice plant project failed as did time mctiug to consideriti lilt wont work r Some ofour citizens say that they can care for themselves still they ask the marshal to attend their church and mantahi order Strange is it not Judge W P Rains and Mr and Mrs J R Stucky went to Mt Ver non Sunday to attend church Improvmeuts nave been made on the Eight Gables also on Mr D Bryants house by JJY Bla ken ship and crew The Red Men moved into their new Lodge room over Parson Kockers drug store Miss Lena Pike daughter of Rev A J Pike is heie visiting her aunt Mrs JA Mullins Mrs Dr Lucas aud son returned from a Visit to Vildie this week There will be a box supper at the school house Thursday night of this week for the benefit of our county 1 C Jones of near London is here spending the week with his brother merchant Frank Jones John Summerhaze was called to Louisville by telegram announcing the sickness of his mother Mr E Fisnbacks sister who was visiting here returned to her home in Falmouth Monday Sam Mason and wife have re turned from a visit to Madison Bowman Cockrel have receiv edfla great many logs by river this tide There was a slight tide in Rock castle river but not sufficient to be called a log tide W T Tubbs nas moved back from Mullins Station and is occu pyiug the Joseph Coffey dwelling- Mr Fitzhugh was here the lat ter part of last veekleoking abQut his timber interest Jake Tussey was dowuA from Jackson county Fridaj last in a sweat to see about a railroad tie tide Mr E Smith of Brodhead was among us Saturday Marshall Owens of Maretburg was down trading with our mer chants lastFr day and Saturday Rev Srnilllkof this place is out at donducting a re yivaLineeting He is assisted by- Re Cannon Rev Mr Smith has accepted a charge to pi each at Scaffold Cane and will move there shortly Mrs E A Aerrin ii quite sick this week Geo Qriffijn it in froni4 Laurel county spending Sunday with his family The rain coming is a death blow to thwater trust of our town There was a smart stir among sawmill men here in getting ready for a log tide E A Herrih has jreturued from Quail Lew Peltus has gone to Crab Orchard to be absent sonic time Bowman Cockrel have sent a force of men down the nver HurdingV logs VC Mullins is with usapi wilyremam a resident of Livingston Mr E Crosby of Ju u cti0n City vas here on bush ess last veek Thursday night of last week Mi George M ounce andvIis Georgia Smith eloped fibni this place to J eft rEonville and were married Friday morning and re iturned home Monday The bride is the daughter of Mr and AJrs Jasr Smith of this town and isa pretty and attractive young lady The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Allen Mouuce ofliear town and is a worthy young man The sure house occupied b Jones Smith has under gone s nerepairf J Jake Sambrook went somewhere the first ofthe week CTherain and snow lies put a sudden stop 10 our street repaireisI T GrIffin was lierje 1tI cSeCond Third and Fourth StIsi injieetlbt impairs and thel Aye hue needs a bridge J A5Meed was out of tovvii IjI business the first oMlie week There has beu a street ujp put iip in the nor4ltend ofiiM am St Cfft L f i ld Let us have softie more light The Croquet yard will close for the winter pave Jackson and Bob Cole clrttmrners were here thio Week ff I Miss Mary Hayes of Big Stone PH J Va a guest pfc Mrs Sue l iit linn this week John Young Brown returned Moaduy from lI1nting trip in tile vicinity of Lilly and Farris ibbauxp Cummins was visiting hi prrenls at this place V Monday 3e is now employed on the RR at VilliaJiishiirg Attorrev j V Browtf of Mt VeniQii was with us this week The tithe was suchas to prevent a meeting of the C E Society Sundav night 33cu Pike of Brodhead is here visiting relatives while laying off on account of an accident he met with in trviugto get ofta moving train at the above place Dad Pope was cheif in the Monk meal shop during Mr Monks absence A Village Blacksmith Saved His Little Sons Life Mr HH Black the wellknown village blacksmith at Grahamsville Sullivan Co N Y says Ou little son five years old has always been subject to croup and so bad have the attacks been that we have WCUld1die It seems to dissolveS the tough mucus and by giving frequent doses when the croupy symptoms appear we have found that the dreaded ci pup is cured be fore it gets settled There is no danger in giving this remedy for it contains no opium or others injurious drug and may be given as con fidently tr ababe as to an adult For sale by Theo Wesley Druggi Mt Vernon Ky To remove a troublesome corn or bunion First soak the corn or bunion in warm water to soften it then pare it down as closelyas pos sible without drawing blood and apply Chamberlains Pain Balm twice daih rubbing vigorously for five minutes at each application A corn plaster should be worn for a few days to protect it from the the shoe Aa general liniment fCry + sprairfb bruises lameness and rheumatism Pain Balm is unequaled For sale by Theo Wesley druggist Come to J A Wood Co Or ando Ky for the best goods and owest pri ces Best bargains in the country 4j JIJ 6 YJ11JJlJ ff irDr 1J1 JJ1 i L1 A1foff fg 11 1 tiJ J7j is all right fJand all wrong if teo thiiiaiready Fat enough for your habit is healthya little more or less is no great harm Too fat consult a doctor too thin persistently thin no matter what cause take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil V There arc ilanycuss of get ruigtoo thin they JrC0111C undr these two Jicrdc over wedalid und rdict LAp C TC- LLtl t Oi v I c i t wether ScottaLtc rtT f 1JJL1h elr lthCI iof t t YO JI anc rherem TiI TCrd youll pay for it j Scotts ErulsjooCiLiver I 01fis the readiest cLc r for cx cat unless 1 i oaaiss of Xour doiHgno wfork you cant long be yellanclstrongvithout sonis sort of activity i ho gfanuine hap this picture on it take no other If you have not iried it send for itsaIicrreeablotaste surprise you BOWNEChemists StreetIr foc and 1 oraH d ug i6tSJ ifai ff 1t f mflifN l ti lTh l t ltl t fl ki 1t fl 4riJ it i l rI p l1i1f1J t mtgfr1J tl t f 4 t 4y o xc t The Kind You have lllways Bought and T 1c111as bccn in uO fOl ocr CC Ycruvs has borne tiro sinatnrc of tZICI has under per fijnco Its oiio youIn All Counterfeits Ijnltations anti Ju taJ oou are but Experiments that triflo with and endanger the health of JLBfnnls and CiiiWrcc Srperienco asaiiuut lisporiruont U tJhat i C4 t af OdAClastoria ii3 a liarniless subslltiite for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops nail Suaihiiig Syrups It is Pleasant Ife contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its agc ia its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays FcYcrisImess It cures Diarrlicsa and Wind Colic It relieves Teetliiiig cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach cud Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CENUft E CASTORiA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of JCr ft t A a 711 i44DU The Kind You Rave Always Bought Un Use For Over 30 Years 75 77 raw caD it ti r f3 f rf aaA- 1itt 7 she Article today well WOn ZTry ikacwrpfGPlV rcstoc dytha 1riXf wne Kholld JUiTbronotouth HlnstrlO teus tlncnon JM DRUGGISTS J SELL w Sale by Davis Mt Kj Chamberlains Cough Remedy Chicago Hisgen llros the popular South Side druggists coiner Sgth street and Wentwarthavenue We sell gret deal Chamberlains Cough Remedy and find that gives tire most satisfactory results especially among children severe colds and croup For sale by Theo Wesley druggist Chamberlains Storaache and Liver Tablets cure biliousness constipation and headache The Ptsy take and pleasant effect For sale by Theo Wesley Dittgtnst When you feel that life hard worth the candle take dose Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse your stomach tone your liver and regulate your bowels making you feel like new man For sale by Theo Wesley druggist Closing Out Sale dosing my entirestock goods very low prices have anew and cleanstckofgoods and want to close by January 1901 will also sell the stock goods whole at reasonable figures This is of the best stands the county Country produce iaken at highest prices iLIt JONES GpqcniANp KY GotoTrphrBr basemen brick hotel for fresh mud fresh oysters YcittiQtf and been nado his sonal Sup rrimiioii infancy Allovsrno todccolvo this Troubles j 1 rn f l1fESi0jUE Of am m i li f til A dear friend has passed irwav who might have been saved had flhe taken your advice had she done what many thousands of othei jvomen have dono who today bless the moat fwonderful all medicines She was weak nerroloss filletl with pain all resulting from suinple neglect of these diseases vhieli conic to N many vomei Had she taken yonr advice and used GERSTLES lm IFEMALE PANACEA be ant happy D v aii u iio theoao i tJ1 i i M Il- nt f i tlsitt rtrul part the pals that hoiUl l siia toclits for eoiao time bclorc alter n OLVl pleE ClIJ P ctticds- 11cC Vernon in- j a of ir are to in is a a 1 am of at I it I of a of in v s in fish W f f2 fA tfi2 Ii I one H so of L fe so U 1 L r now ono not vnd ct Li l2oar Cl t t ult rnrurU i9TatEns itar iaAP5 Ft t i1 For U Co saj for I ly of up out out one FURNI1URE AND UNDERTAKING A full and complete stock All orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest pricrs- BtANKENSHIP MULLINS Livingston Ky I 2500000 Vill be paid by the CINCINNATI EM QUIRER for nearest correct answers 015 the Population of the United States for 1900Each ten years the Census report shows as follows Year Population Year Pcpulcltou ia51O7239881 S6031 4332i1- 82G 9633822 1870 38558371 1830 12888020 1880 50155783 1840 17069453 1890 62622250 1850 23191876 1900 Guess Vhat will be the population of the United States excluding recent acqui sitions but the total of States Terri tories and the District of Columbia 3GOOGOJjJbthird 75000 the funrlh SOOOO 1a 2GOM- the Gth SCOOO- fo Ifi3 seventh 15000 the nsit 10 etch 100 amocntfcg to 1CDOOO To tlio neit 50 each 50 amounting to 250000 Ta Ilu East 100 each 25 amounting to 2500 CS tcj coit 500 each 10 amending to 500000 To salt 1539 each 5 amounting to 765000 ToW acaiotr rffMDiuBS amocntiigto 2500000 100 for a years subscription to the WEEKLY ENQUIRER must accompany each guess Eleven yearly subscriptions and eleven guesses for 1000 equallydividedThis Contest will dds October 51 1900 i See WEEKLY ENQUIRER rfuUR21 ulculars ENQUIRER COMPANY qcmnati Xt V V V V ii k vMt Vernon Signal Mt VERNfN Kv Nov 30 900 Jl Ltnl M LOUISVJLLE 4 NASHVILLE R R Co TIME TABLE J4 north I ro5 a m 26uoyili 132 am 23 south 157 p IP 25 South 144 am r lAS LAXDRUM Agent fnrrtaaclti Mu Vera tiy Postoffice na sce IJIlai ncd matte i3c i3t Ashland Lodge qIUU ntcs Lrd Mon Jay 10 A CHURCHES KristianfMl ils Cervices 1st 3r Sundnj at 11u ni and Jt 630 p 1- 11Presbyterian1 olds flervices on the 4th Sunday Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Suuday School at 9 a every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights Per3nal Miss Lucy Griffin is still very sick G C Williams was in Stanford TuesdavA Stewart was in from Wil TuesdayWillie school closes next Friday- J E Houk is in Louisville buy ing more goods Miss Mamie Jones closed her school Friday last Rev Davis closed his meeting here Wednesday night Miss Berda Matin visited friends here the first ot the week Mr S C Franklin was on the sick list a few days this week Mrs Toni McClure still continues to grow weaker all the time Mr and Mrs A C Towery were here visiting relatives last week Mrs G S Griffin is visiting her Mother Mrs James Walters ot Pittsburg IvII Sambrooks one of Livingstons best businss men was here MondayIi Mrs C C Williams and Mrs F L Thompson are numbered among the sick this week Logue Thompson son of J J Thompson of Preachersville is here this week visiting relatives Willie Martin writes us from Lignchburg Va that he will be back to Kentucky to spend Christ mas James Maret was in Lancaster Wednesday looking after some assuceatIon matter connected with the telephone Mr J Thos Cherry was in town i Monday and says he will give 100 toward building a pike to the Lincoln county tine lfiswith regret we learn that our friend T T Wallaoe is not improving May he live yet many yearsMiss Dove B Letcher went to Richmond Wednesday night to spend Thanksgiving with home folksW H Cottengim of Livingston and Dannie Owens of Brodhead were here the first of the week on business Mr and Mrs L T Houk of Jamestown Indiana came Wednes day to spend a few days with relatives and old Rockcastls friends DrM L Myers dentist from Glencoe Ky who will move here the first of December is here now looking out a sutable location Rev J J Hale of Cynthiana is spending the week with his uncle A J Fish at Wildie He brought his gun with him to boy a few quailIMessrs Joe and Will Brooks of Crab Orchard two gallant andj clever U Knights of the Glip were here this week to see our nier chants Mrs Colby Hayes of Mo to whom uncle John Sawyers deceased willed his land is here to defend her interest as steps have been made to break the will Messrs J Thomas Cherry James W late Tilman Gilpin and Capt A P Evans are applicants for the Postoffice a at Brodhead Luther Jarrett having been removed MV Capt A N Bendy of Living ston who lead a severe attack of typhoid rgot out too soon and now has a relapse There is con s del able doubt about ll1sresgl f tr rw i f 1 rttvEai Miss I lla Jbplins school closed today 1ttlnghis 111iRob Harmon has Ionghi A lhelix s farm arid moved to ic JT Gentry who has lieen sick j for soiree tine is thoujht1cWberiin proving f Arthur Coftey has built liim a iibuse on his fathers farm and moved into it Mr and Mrs J J Tho npsoir of Preachersxiilc are VIM ting relatives here this week theIMarriedMr Adams and Mrs Kinley widow of Sam Kinley were married Tuesday Mr and Mrs Willie Brown of Walnut Grove spent Thanksgiving with Mrs Browns parents Mr and Mrs A Pennington Mr W H Williams of Aztec New Mexico a brother of J J Williams deceased and D N Williams of this place sends us a dollar for a years subscription to the SIGNAL W T Houk of Rockcastle was here yesterday hunting a m- allfarmJf Blankenship Liv ingstons lightning contractor was here Wedne lvy Interior Jotsal Mss Mary D Cox the successful music teacher in the college is spending her Thanksgiving voca ticn in Danvillle She was ac companied by Miss Gladden Ew ers Miss Allie Brown stopped off Wednesday with her sisterinlaw Mrs Cleo Brown while on her way from Pineville to her home in Lincoln Master McKenzie Brown accompanied her from here and will spend a few days with his grandparentsProf Brown attempted to reach his school at Wildie Sunday afternoon but found Renfroe creek to ob treporous and remained over night at Mr Adam Bryants where he was taken sick He was able to go to his home at Level Green on TuesdayIHon Wade Cushing of Cincinnati to succeed Judge Telke on the Com mon Pleas bench of that city Mr Cushing it will be remembered married our awn beautiful Miss Lucy Crooke last June a c fi LOCALE DEAD Lee Kiuuard died of typhoid feyer Sunday night FURNITURE VAR Notice W W Withers add in another col umn Walter Tua pin was finedI and coot for being drunk on election dayV M Norton J 11 Norton and A H Hatnlin have gone to North Carolina for a months visit Mrs Jones has lost two mich cows and one horse in thelastthree weeksMessrs J W Tate Larkin Hicks and Tom Vancisco of Brod head were here yesterday on busi ness Elishaa Reuner who has had seven easels of tyv hoid fever in his family and one death reports all improving The case against Mrs Lou Leif ford charging her with giving whisky away on election day was dismissedSUPERVISORSJudge Williams appointed last Monday Harry Bla zer W G Mullins J J Baker R P Norton and J G Frith as supervisors of tax for 1901 CONTEST The will of John Sawyers was offered in county court Monday for probation A contest was made and the trial is set for next Monday Dr W L Myers willlogate in Mt Vernon and practicebof dentistry bn tile 20th of December rrll kinds of dentalwork crown and bridge work specialty Nov 303t RELEASED The case of the commonwealth against Joe Norton for giving whisky to another on election day was tried in county court Monday The common wealth failed to make a case and the defendant WAS discharged That point of the county roads which our halflived corporation was supposed to keep in repair but which it has failed to do has been taken in charge by the county Judge divided into two sections and overseers aqpointed for each section W R McClure has charge of the road running from theIclop jqty li BLUR aED PHINT hi iYlharrR J n r Wrc I GOLDEN WEDDING The golden wedding ot rand Mrs Eli Coffey was celebrated the i5th at their home with au all day feast Many friends rejntives gathered iu to show imr jroat lqve and re spect for tins good old couple They start in u bt1at t time to visit children it Arkansas and Texas EXPLOSION A can of frozen dynamites which was sitting on the back part of the boiler to thaw at Sparks quary exploded Tues day afternoon tearing down the engine house bowing off several pi boiler tubes and whistle from the V P Freeman the boss who had one leg brnand shold er dislocatedwas the 3iiisL person hurt His injury isns t thought to be fatal Harve Owens auci America Haley prominent colored people were married lat veiling at the AleriIcaHaley before Nj e vat Aunt Edna was the block mama of Mrs D N WillianAMrs Willie ams with her family were present at the wedding las nig ok and pre sented Americalth a handsome present SHORT Ivlr LL Jarrett postmaster at Brodhead wns checked up last Friday by the post office inspector and found to be 292 short 1 The matter was soon arranged by Mr farrett and his bondsmen and eveiy thing passed off nicely Mr Jarrett says the big shortage was as much a surprise to him as it was to his many friends Mr J W Tate has charge of the office now and will continue until a new post masteris appointed In Fridays issue of th Interior Journal appeared the formal jm nouncement of W L Herrin as a candidate for jailor of Lincoln county Mr Hen in who is an old Rockcastle man has a host of warm friends in this countyand it is the sincere hope of his many friends here that his asking win not be in vain IN COUNTY COURT William Mason was held to answer before the grand jury in the sum of 200 bond for willfully andmaliciously cutting and wound begelectio B Mullins was fined 200 and cost for gaming Mart Owens was fined 3 for contempt of court for failing to comply with the courts order to work the county roadPupils receiving the best grade fefNovemberCOLL DEPT Fanny Sparks 06 Claude Cox 95 McKenzie BtowlJf 95 AnnaThompson 95 INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT Alza Thompson 96 Ralph Forester 95 Risse Williams v 95 Fannie McClure 95 PRIMARY DEPARTMENT Lelia May Lovell 96 Mattie Baker 95 Robert Harry Miller 95 Floyd Millei v 95 Jake Williams 95 Abe Pennington 95 Mr R S Martin Th speaking of this county as being well adaptedI for the production of There is nothing the farmers orl Rockcastls county could raise that would bring them in as much clear money as tobacco Says he futh er During the twenty four years which I have been buying tobaco- I have neVer yet been able to buy it for less than 7cts per pound on an average Mr chaffer an other tobacco man who has raised one crop in Rockcas k county and who has been engaged in in the raising of tobacco all his life says The lndin this county will aver age Soo pounds of tobacco to the acre and with fertilizing it win do better than that Now take thl statements of these two men one as a buyer and the other as a raiser calculate for your self and see ff P is not to the farmers interest tu devote a portion of his time otter ground to the raising of tobacco The will of the late Judge Jame G Carter was probated in 111j county court last Monday The document was written in his OW hand and was readily identified He paid a beautiful complement the Masonic Fraternity of which he was a valued member and died in Berea having gone there in the interest of that body In his will i found the follwing language When I die my wish i to be burned by the Free Masons with their beautiful ceremonies that I have so often as Master participated in for so many of my departed brothers that have one before ml Cto the Grand liodge above VB d his nife Mrylar Crrt titr alT to bethe administratix and she was namedas such in the will A did entertainment was Wednesdaybnight Dr Ewers was chairman aId proved a good introducer Risse Williams played a beautiful Medly on the piano followed by a recitation by Fannie McClure en titled Nellies Prayer Margaret McClurv and Gladden Ewes play ed that famous duet Russian Dance and Mae Sowder recited lpFanuiewalk theu come Clyde Cass with leavens Gate Alzie Thompson played Handy Andy thin came Burdct Houk witl atMus tard Piaster Victor Tate was side and the cornet duetf wich he and Eugene IvtbUius were on for had to be omiteti McKenzie Brown in a true dialec style spoke Sunday Fishing foWo ed In7 a piano waltz by Marg et McClary The audience was neither sleep y or satisfied so up went an enthuastic call for Miss Cox who responded with two selections on the piano Ed Short made a polite and efficent usher for the occasions I have concluded to run a first class hoarding house and a kthe patronage pf the public Pupils are especially wanted All pains will he taken for their comfort Reasonable prices Call on me at my home and get information in regard to same Respetfully MRS WILLIS ADAMS nOv2 2 In10 TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggist refund the money if it fails jjto cure E Wi Groves signature is on each box 25cts rc rlIir tL 7v 1rp eu rh1 e it 7erito w ibc gonaihs 3iYii ft311Ja itr tai riCi Eti 3 8 r3 H dlY Old newspapers for sale at this office at 25 cts per hundred Fr Sale or Exchange one one acre rut and house with six rooms J A Preston Livingston Ky nov2v3moS- TOP5 THE COUGH AND worxs- LaxattveBromo0ulnlne v o nrY COLD v Tablets cure a cold in one di No cure no pay Price 25 cents TRAtIRY A persistent 1 ccujh s I i at fsrp fhrI rlld I gives Yiw nt Jrr 1 prcGCii 01 deadrr il1 my Heed i 1 tlc wamir t1 ibefore ifS 1 too Icte hittfore y 0 ri r- tun gs be Ucome in flailed DC tr J I fore the rdoctor says COQ sam J tion When the danger signal first appears help tnature with i WD Jf1D J1fJI 00 J sit wii t f J ltU 35 Dont delay until your J lungs are sore and your f7 a cold settled down deep ia your chest Kill the L enemy before the deadly blow kills you Cure 1 your cough today One dose brings relief 41 A few doses make the rt cure completet coldYct1t fJ I consider yourChcrry Pectoral andAW I have used it for years and itr certainly beats them allt D II LuMMrr a Dec 20 1639 Union N Y t Wfe C0 tfo iJeca2 l If ynn have any complaint whatever and desire tho best I advice you can possibly receive vrito tile doctor reov vill receivfi a prompt re ply without cost Address Du J CATEK Lowell Mass vprr t c olallt ldnCe U feriis y n naf the Signal offide Mir Veit oi1 17 When You Read This And need anything done Conic and see me at WESLEYS UGa7 ORE MT VFRNON KY I have withdrawn from the GNAT office on account orthe close connmneiit and a long needed rest Lv lfl1i1 a firstclass Watchmaking shop do work in work itisbroughttoine throughtheworkvery fast I learned my trade under a German Watchmakers one one of the bestin the country MI Sliop Is EqnlppBd Wlti Ipproved Mattiinera To do all kinds of workand will add more I do all kinds of Jewl 4 ing pivoting put in balance staffs gold and silver soldering repair spectacles umbrellas parasols c properlyat leisure times every town and postoffice in the county to do what work is to be done get better acquainted with the people and work up my business Whether you want anything or not come and see me at WESLEYS DRUG STORE Mt Vernon Ky v Yours with the greatest of respect v s c FRANKLiN 4xrnanR xanaa3z = GREEN FRONT JE DRUG STOREis the place to buy Drugs Patetlt Medicines Je wery Sta tionery Cigars and Tobaccos Paints and Oils Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Prompt Attention at All Times tall When In Town C C DAVIS a CQJVIt Vernon Kv Phone No 3 Reward Offered for GEO T JOH NSON RED HOT i71 J t r 7 tj fj l1l Line General Merchandise i i This Countyhasrnqeaua V and my soeciaLpricpsjrnii so low The bottomd is out Thehoops are busted Prices 0 n vwiuter y iF iBoots Shoes Hats arM Caps l ajtAre 26 per cent cheaper than any sho pv They w Jt comfort tickle and make you glad tha you are a livirig tp x inoYstocky i W 0u Irons Sppkes n FeL1eys J l l Stoves and cooking utensils Ladies Cloaks and Jack ets at prices too low but I sell them rj v I Make l1 IPrices Bitfi Me a trial and you w111Come again t t r t iir Ji e 1 Johnson f + t9RLANIOKYq t tI tJ jJti ti1 tt rz Iiv f if fL iii t t f q ij Xrt f E t d r r T= rTv rd T 0 t2Sl 5L adwST r T r t t t f jrttii 3L to Sta 19 i l i 34Rr p z iC J I J tft l at tS 4 fr f l t jA lw f rt 4 u f frl f l n j 11LJ 00 f 1 L y 0 i I if r m or t f sf lIf lr rWl jrtit QJ rtt z j it 1j1 3 NEHU5ttr i Irjl Plans have been drawn fora n wl r and handsome Opera House at Paducah r New York capitalists have decid f ed to locate in Kuttawa a pipe organ factory which will employ ai large force of workmen Mrs Marion Lansford died in the Western Kentucky Lunatic Asy lum Two weeks ago she was sent there from Franklin as a patient At Kniftey Adairccounty Ophus Hu m pIney was accidentally shot and morally wounded fly Tom Cloyci The young inen were hunting Mrs Josephine K Henry of- Versails was elected one of the j Vice Presidents of the American r1i Free Thought Association at its r convention in Cincinnati Three barges at the coal yard of the Grobmyer Coal Company and 2OO fine saw logs belonging to Adkirison Bros were carried away by the flood at Carrollton Byron Hanks a prominunt young farmer of Anderson county t died at his home in Tyrone from j the effects of an overdose ofinor r iphine taken with suicidal intent 5r J lLT J and Keeue Bevihs have been held without Obailat Pikeville for the murder of David and Richard Justice on election day The other defendants in the case have been allowed bail One reasn assigned at the Post office Department for the poor lI showing of the State of Kentucky- in rural free delivery service is the fact that the Republican fcucthclass postmasters have been quick id op pose the extentiou ofa system which would enPralliesut in t their losing the offices James Wheeler arrested at the Union station in St Louis on sus 174 i pdon of being connected with the iirbbldl1p of an Iron Mountain train t J recently proves to be the Wheeler tIif Sys who robbed Ramey Alen of Grand X45yfRiti era in Paducah qf4i1 the J Jrr imoney being found onlei person- b theSt Louiswauthorittes 1ES JHj Jame Bailai ugud tWetrttl rt e died at his home at Paint Lick of typhoid fewr Deput y United Staten Marshal Horton hltsjUfreturIled l r ington fr tb Let ler cotiJtit Wlb with a posse uf five iney he cap t J t ured a moonshine still confiscaimig the parapheriialid anti the stock of liquor on nand K Roberts Director of e4 States Mint saisj Itheuni year of twentieth cen show the greatest pro r gold tie worfd has ever known It is estimated the pro 41c jon will reach tht enurmous illitIlSitdollars a dit y Maj Simon Peter Gross the rocaterprietor of the Kentucky restaurant at andthewho with J Hull Davidson undertook the conduct of the American restaurant at the Pars Exposition is returning home broke His ven ture in the French capital proved a failure and on Tuesday his proper- y in Lexington known as Gross Park vas sold at auction In the Gallatiu Circuit Court V J Cast eman was acquitted by- a jury for killing Dr GW Farrd about a year ago atj Glel co The two men were playing cro uet jnid got into a trifling dispute In ti 1 the lie was passed and Cas chI struck Farrell iu the head croquet mallet as FarreJl was ad vancingon him pro ueiug con ciissioiiOf the brain and almost instant death At Lexington while the ladder wagffn of the fire department wa returning from a fke it was struck by a treight train Vhichr was back ugalong the track fire Chief George Muir was sec if not fatally hurt AssfetW Chief Frank Sutton has hi lem leg dislocated at the hip DocMc Murtrr the Driver or the wagon was thrown between the horses and had his right leg cut and bruised by the b s shoQsT B Cromwell a newspaper correspondent had his back and right foot spralnediti X I2 rr 7 rt0J f tit r tr1c l Ip4J lju J 0 jJ tp4- t Jt p t r4TOt a UJ M- vt O tsJir1 wi 4 f t r VjMr 7hJI tIi t t 3- r rryv Hi 1ARKLT3 7t Correctedaeh weeij by Houk Son Mt Vernon KytArouc ken C fl eISLion Coffee I4CiGreen Coffee 14010 i5c loUf No I per barrel 4 50 f Belie df Lincoln per brl 425 J Daisy flour per barrel ooy Labelle four 455 cull per Ih roc toT2 c D tnl Boone o3 csikes 5cJStar Olpuc v Rice No i rer ifaG- ranulaiert 1 gyT per H 7or Lc I Extra ight tin yn Sugar Ib6cSprup Caramel gal bucket 35ISorghum best homemade gal 4oc- J 1 Shipstuff per huiiclrtd goc- y L1 the est himl t 5C Calico all oht pgJifrlcs c ynqer 4tit goods Sci Clothing suits 75C to 1560 j L irl ioc iii mall lo iocts in 50 Ib lots or more Y Northern seed oats none on hand Millet hay on hand K Hsjs oer tiox I huthers3 per ilf 40 fit Cattle extra shippers 47510 5 00 Cattle common 2 75 to 400 Hogs best heuves 505 Hogs medium a 495 440fA Sheep cdmrnbn 300 to 375 i Bishop C aotter in fan address last Friday advocated the organi sation of a vigila ce committee of 25poo reformers to deal se the city olw ybrk or vice XJi J1Jits reectsdQttae ua jl xMYYpStur Jor atiniEea Jitsues a Hor jot The battleship Kentucky was ordered to sail from N ai pies tv Smyrna Saturday Chief of Police J ihnMcO Ross in keeping with the reform started Ih7M yor Lunaii at Lexington has ordered that no woman shall be allowed to frequest the saloons and that all such wire be arrested l Achillis John Luther and Ed Wilson Charged with robbing their uncle Wash Hoit of 500 were given an examining trial before Judge Hnth rat l IProofwas not sufficient to hold them and they were dismissed lf 1100 OOPt k55f fi iJ J t ire i it 0 r 0 w t M r JtJ SVllIcLae brought prraa cn rcJIof tx a rnIIlion icrinj roinyfl vho vrara Qlt It way to prClnoturo grc rsMifochll dwas isatcleciiriniurLL ivhon Wino curein N rucsi iinrol hjjrrrD i and 10 IlSo 5triticn rJy Sy i iJappoarancncLltni tr iS ortru n4alu I rJ ffllpwt is rjiVGO xia pb r i l wocz Her IIfexporiought to COoOO Winb of M rl tr ja i burning o1SntJ t 1 t J 1InlltGl iID H Jg luI Ji f rtit foraSIbottloof wine ot Cartlujrnddo fj not take a substitute ilt nclercuyoa 6MrsWitilolfltchcilFouthCatonNC Wine or Caixlul end rhcdrordo Elacit i I cnrein 1Cmenthe and rrero vary pntnrully has band induced mo to try WIno of and BlnokDrauKht and now tho lancorirlaa Itaa disappeared and r em restored to perfect health 4irectl0Oiis requiring given j syaiptoms Tho Ladles Ad t fI HO Cr tr rIjCD O tirf n- s ha ocfi MQ r O JJ wtQ i- D rtIib D 1 q i R or ov1CD rj y Ia gOJ V Jx1 g Daca H r A GREAT3mEDICIN33 I have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy- Ind find ito be a great remedy says Mr E S Phipps of Poteau Ark It curedme of bloody flux jikKnfiSion it not praise of those who uve it The quick cure which effects even in the most severe cases make it a favorite everywhere For sale by Theo Wesley druggist COURT CALENDAR COUNTY URlFolirth i Mot day in each month QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon day in January April July arid October CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in September MTVERNOJT POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month rmr dVJIi P A Pens n ton 0 D So Mp DEWTST N W Cor Third and ChestnutjSts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House it ernon during all Circuit Courts G W MCCLURE J W BROWN McCLURE BRO- WNAttorneysatLa W Mr VERNON KY All business entrusted to our car will receive prompt attention Office room No 8 in the old Brick Hotel vi 1 Ce WILLIAMS AottrneyatLaw v Mt Uernon Ky Kgk0ffice on 2nd floor of new brick on Church street Specia attention given to collections R G WVILL IA1I SjA tLortey at La tine- MT yir RNON KY GJRATTORNEYATLAW- MT V ERAO1tKxrmcKY Special ttt1 rttionj hnto col I l c lorif r RA JONES DENTIST STANFORD KY t 1 jJhStr t 111 o Higgins McKenneys Store J SiI r rpeliter and L ibinet Makery Vernou Ky 11d Ratrac1 JcitltT =r f t 1 C l 1 Cl aI Hote Ui is Jf COFF Y ROPR- ifrliftlift r y travelingit it71 itruiHl1 on fist floor B1I 5 frve to guests RA I l s upI et day f r or Iii1tIk 01ffl l17 JstlIf== t Ii OO5 irA J N OCEAN t itf ti 7fr j z S 1 wq j la I6iJ J lA 1 r1r +ciCD 1- w J Jo fo gj Spj 1wD d v5to 4 d f rU ii Yintcr I Pvr r1 UrIHtJH tifall tky A o r flat ilas ii jfeuaraH teed to give sat tsftc PhoneNo i t JiYItSL1it i itte i IOr iIft They also furnisir 1 i uil1in E Stone rough qiiarryl flre ar cutIltr5 promptly f5M h U 3943 ISP NATJiHAl J BANK IOF LONDON KY Capital 50000 Surplus id ooo f V J3QREING M HOPE President J ViceTPresident RJVL JACKSON Cashier WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS Miller Houses HUGH MILLER TPROPR Headquarters for Cornpaercial Men 4 Porter at allv trainsr1i Heir1 h l FRANCISCOjPropr LOttedattthe Depota1- aBody endrGood Livery Attaehed Meet Wall Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Wilt fur uhchesfor alltrains v f