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Patterson a b ywho dis appeared from ins liomeat Atlanta and was believed to have been kid napt GaidMemoral services were held in all the churches throughout England and some iri America Sunday in honor of the late Queen of Eng land William Graddy an Adair county farmer on January 23d married his stepmother One year ago that day his father was kicked to death by a mule A halfmilliondollar fire occurr ed in the business district ot Des Moines Ia completely destroying Frank Bros large department store and damaging the adjoiping struc tures During the past ten m8ars Gov Beckham has rejected more ihau 59 applications for pardons A number of these were from corporations fined for failure to report to the Auditor At a dance following a wedding near Madison W Va here was a general fight in w iich the bride groom was knocke out with a poker and another mans probably fatally shot v Grantcounty friends of E K Wilson the lawyer accused of rausing Mary Cloyds death by a criminal operation have forwarded to Gov Beckham a petition for Wilsons pardon A remonstrance has been sent from Laurel county Cleveland capitalists announc that they will construct a double track electric railway from Louis villeto Lagrange and possbly to Frankfort The cost is expeted to be 425000 and they say that the road will be ready for business by next summer The Shotwells and their friends a total of ten Shave been indicted in the Whitley Circuit Court ipr mur der and conspiracy to murder The crime wasvhe dyna iting of Whites store in Crbin January 16 after the fatal slio ting of James Shotwell by Rplla White White Deputy IJbitec States Marshal Hollafield assited by BlaineandSitn Combs aim mbrose Amburgg were destroying a moonshine still in Letcher coumty Sunday they were attacked by a mob Marshal Holiafield and Sun Combs were killed instantly Blsftne Combs was captured and supposed to have been killed while Amburgg made his escape although he was shot three times Hollafied was a splendid officer and had been wounded a dozen times in similar fights When you want a physic that is mild and gen tley easy to take and pleasant in effect use Chamberlains Stomach arid Liver Tablets Price Bveryab t xguaranfeed Porsaleb7 he0 We f t fff J tJjy As liiiv ju fata l t1 ltl b raib if tiiv jOjiitj Viii mx tlie question and wv eai get n gool rut l KUciii iOUIt ihij Jvill v levy M suiKcienf iivx to do itBrittrualk is the nLY l ilJgIYr ySi d that is real dtiun lyj i t l sii it i1f0 GQllllati t rf wjAv J 3h1 IL I Jf I IlOilci Il n GOOCHLAND John Martin wasnTi1die uJ business last Saturday l W H Ballard was in Berea Jastll Saturday to visit his sister In school there JV Lakes who has lived 1I Horse Lick ever since his lir moved to Berea last weekx W B and P T McGuire was on the river last Saturday and Sunday Their business was a love mission The Arm and Hammer Soda ptfo tIe had a man through ottr town last week sowing and leaping as of old We understand that George Gat liiGf has acted the ground hog o- nushe hasgone into his hole for the winter They say that M Rv Jones is an awful fellow but be caresnot what you say just sp you make his ties up to the specifications As we are old friends and neigh borsof the great merchant L C Smith of Livingston please allow us to offer him and his bride our best wishes 4 We further hope that their jpjT and pleasure sill never cease tI ij James B Isaacs has once iiiore taken up his old occupation trad- ingJlhe bought two fine Steers one heifer and a thoroughbred Jersey bull last Monday Uncle Jim is a hustler but every man does not know it He is a Democrat in effersonianIstripe and we rate him very high in our estimation and hope hewill have success i l1lrefundnot satisfied after usingChamberl lains Stomach and Liver Tablets They cure disorders of the stomach biliousness constipation andhead- acive ll rice 125 cents Samples i 1 1JiY r i mf t i a WILPE1 M Keller tie inspector for r L Nas in town this week L T Stewart was out on the IeD loading lumber this week Win Wbodv who has had aveiy sevricase of grippe isome bet ttrSevcral of Willies citizens attended court atM Vernon ilIonj day CJII MrBowdeu a lumber dealer Cincinnati was ip town first of the week Jones Smith have their stave buckcr in full operation at this place J Tj Monday and wire have moved to Ford to maketheir future home = a 0 Mrs 1 lE Smith whohashad very severe astcigri1pe is somel better V Shell tiquaof Clarks station was in Wildie first of week onI business Mat Martin of Dodge Ky passed through hetc firs of seek on his wayf-Jto Jackson county Mrs GD McCullom of Win Chester iin pity the guest of her sister Mfs LT Stewdrt Mrs Jolin Shearer of May wood was in city first of week visitiu her sister Mrs jas Parsons Mr Talbott Ping foreman of K C Division of dN was itv townfirst ot week on business WaliOil Bowers who is studying telegraphy under his brother has gonehome on account of sickness Miss Ellen Butner who is rep resenting a LexingtonInvestment Co is here now talking investment to our moneyed men- The atevstigelical Alliance has started iriuni iI reform hioe 1 n TQU1Sir h rir LSx ex fburei1 Jvlt oria leftan estate 1n Vated bVweeh 5O4 000600 and 6 ion ut v Princess Beatrice is- rq rctrdtnlie the principal beue fidlryuudtt lilt wills Rv rIttJ iiiiij V r this illus trate your you wor J A Dried for youU j Then cease worry V ingj for help is at J hand You need f4 something that wilt t 3 t new life into the l hair bulbs j11Jne tr ahajf r fooSuch Ja s vDoes experience Andare tQOF It brings health to the hair and the fall j ing ceases f I It always restores color to gray hAir V You need Snot look at j thirty as if you were fifty for your gray 3 hair ma he again all the dark rich color j of youth r l0p a bottle AH druggljts t I api a barber by trade and Mve 1 had uqreatdeal to do with your J ILair r found that it ri w W do ev ryt hin that on cliiim j niostColnj t 3iW ness HENRV J CJEORdUi March 21899 Kansas City WfXm tote DOc at ItyoH do not obtain ill the ieacAt3- you expected from the vr4 t1Tlgor wrtte the Doctor abnh Address Dn J Aki lMIIH THE BABK OF MT VERNQ- NMT VeRNON KY OPENED 1900- uJ CAPITAL STOCK 1pOOqt SH MARTIN PRES A E EWERS VIC PAS YL RICAARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH Assr CASS KruegerGeoWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful atten tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town First Nalional Bank i OF STANFORD KY 5 Capital StockV10aQOO Surplus 184o076j f f DIRECTORS fmHoyden W P Walton J H Collier M D Elmore ribbleifM X Millet and S T Harris We solicit the accounts pt the citizens of Rockcastle gild adjoining counties assuring them pomptand careful attention to all busi ness intrusted to us lersonal application and correspond ence with a tiew to business relations invited llkHOCKER Pres JjtfO J McROBERTS Cashier AA McKINNEY Asst Cashier l A DANNIEy UNDERTAKER td i tK trr atoc Or erf1i i tail leiraph ofTeie hone Promptly filledwBRODHEAO KENTU = Y GO TOl JONAS MC KENZIE MTqKY it for v ry thfng in i IrIDlY Goods SliiO ifl General Merchandise r r J 1 STb60DSAl LOWEST CFS WILLIS I GRIFFINPr- actical TJndertlter and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Kyv v Keeps Coffins Caskets Robes Linen Bosoms Cuffs arid Collars furnish Metallic Caskets andhave Embalming done on short no tice and easy terms Orders by telegraph r r telephone promptly attended to day and night JwlfllWSWELL SELL YOU GOODS Jbr SOT CASH r l fei W1THER Narne the priceslO- AK Bed Room Suits I oowt ojfe Cotton Mattress Satiil fine ticking 200 + j 4 s 2Ioo Excelsior o r Cotton tOP Mattresses rv4p fc25r rS5 SVQven Vlr Bed SPfin r252004 Coiledr tI4o ctI f J i PENITENTIARY Chairs for225 to jiroio per sett v l LADIEs sewing RockerS 85 to 9acents j a Wall Paper from 3 c ntsPer roll up You must see this line and hear the Pricos ifou aPPreciate a good thing i V v I V V WITBER3 t ord y t 1 r t i it it f t iE 1 1t i1 i t t l f l fr i 5li Xi 1A jjt lVj f t i 0ifBLUA3ED PRINT Eiih II- i Iii wjc t 7 f it Jrf 4 tt- f d d i 1 i f z1 j j J jl Iir t f r Mt Vernon Sigth1 j L r FRIDAY FebI IgOr f Published every Friday by t EDG 47 S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO rAt ertlJf1lg rates made known on application SENATOR Chailes A Towne ot Minnesota before retiring from the United States Senate hlade a very abl2 and eloquent speech on the Phil ippine question showing the drift ofour policy toward those people to- fbe none other thaii imperialism of the purest type He showed that eighty percent of the people of y Loozou could read and wriet that we nowaftcr two years of cruel WhiChlou obeyed generally by the authorities i of the interior that Aguinaldo is a leader who wciild dignify and or nament the early struggles for na tionalitv of any people known to history and that those people formed an alliance with us which we had brayed by bringing on this unholy war and that our plain duly to them is to give them inde pendence irnmedialelj What a pty Mr TOW 1 doestlt reman in TAtlielSente He would be an hon or to any State or any country be ing a man of ability broadminded an3 liberal in his views SENAToR Stilwell offered a resoj lution ic the IndianaLegislature 4w the effect that Gov Durbin should ionora1 requisition from Gov Beck ham for the return of Fiqley and Taylor but it was ruled out of or der by the Lieut Governor Stil well appealed from the clairbut the tGov was sustained by a strict party vote S111eof the peo ple of Indianaseeni to have about as much prejudice as some Kentucky people we know This may be the fJ of Statesmen hutrly at a loss to see it thatlway Mount sec a precedent when he refused to honor the requisitioiuof the Gov ot Kentucky which inay cause serious results results that we havut anticipated When the Gov of West Virginia once tried ithe same thing some of our boys aptJred7tbegot him he was ours Ifit were riot for the Ohio etc we might get a chance to return Taylor et alto their Old Kentucky Home MRS NATION of Kansas who v his been smahsiug saloon furniture in that state for some time has final f ly called on Gov Stanley for as sistancpyi suppressing the sale of vhisky She and the Gov had a lively time both losing their tern per and indulging in language more forcible than polite especial ly Mrs Nation The Goy agreed ft not to pardon those who were viol atiug the law if the prosecuting attorneys in the different counties f would di their duty by haying the operators of those people put in 4 prison So she las taken the proper course at last Vv TilE Republicans who yantbnice 4 are growing uneasy about the past sage of the Judical Bill dividing I f Kentucky iutotwo districts There is little time left and what is t done must be donein a hurry It Certainly would oe very Unfortunate for those who expect an pffitce by- J ithe formation of another district f1iLitshQ ld Jail Our heart goes out iii synTptfth for them and if viiey vil1cotnc around we vviltjdo every t thmip In buf power to console them should theyri6tte successful 0vjnt1n IiQsierth Yle con q Dieting negroes by the dozen for f lluig votes It is thought that tivjctllL icliisement lot ten years vjtf every 0 iftt miji Union would do like w sarl burrel WOuld soon b- egftuhkabec IJ rtiirq t Q 4einst vould then be in- JAti4 J Jt t Olaly 11ri j jr 7 r ORLANOI James Millet has moved up near Langford I S t Capt Worlds was here several days jast week Mrs Taylor Clark of Langford has been very sick D L Carter wss down froai- Langford a few days since Mr Rufus Dunn who has been- sick for some time is better Mrs Creg Bryant has been ont the sick list for several days D B Langford was in Crab Orchard on business this week J W Anderson las been home on the sick list for several days PW Clark and Wallace Las well weiein Mt Vernon Saturday FrankBall has gone away his whereabouts we have not learned Harvey Wyrix has moved on Wm Reams farm in Boohes Hollow Geo Johnson has rheumatism that keeps him on the list of com plainers The Rockcastle Freestone Co has sold their stock of goods to Kentucky Stone Co If what the people say goes for anything Jones Fish is in the lead for county judge in this section James Ham who moved from this place to EHiston writes that his entire family have had pneu monia one of his childreh died Our railroad is surveyed and sur veyor gone and next comes the heavy work which is to be con ducted on a smooth base that win require moving mountains with pick shoveland wheel barrow Mud ice and water in the roads and enough snow on the hill sides to give them a brindled appearance is how things look here The coal market is steady but slow Bread stuff has raised slightly Bacon is up in the loft Heavy gqods are stationary Lumbei and staves are in demand for kindling The whisky market is brisk with small Stock iinrl heaw Hpinniirl r t rrI e1 CASTORAT ifants and Children 11 r d Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of r I LIVUHQSTON Lige aid Joe were out the other 0nightI am sorry to say did not receixe an invitation to call again JVlrG V Griffin is home on a visit y Judge Colyerwasjn the city on legal business this week yWG Mullins is on the sick list bad cold poor Little Bill 0For peace and harmony please stick close to the work of the Mas terandall will be well always r membering that kind words will neverdie Messrs JX ferrin and Chas Proctor were ju Lekingtpn last week on a visit Good Lord we have done fessed again1 Messrs Landnini Qriffiu and Williams of Mt Vernon were LpdgeSaturdiyI i ers On Friday ntght four young men went to pesspoolofHell known asj the Tunnel kept bySallie Arnold wnere they h4onte difficulty On Mart1aJcksWJie iound Henry Idol one of the paity lylngb stdetheratlroarl trick about onefourthof a mile UfiQll itp thedej tiwiiereih received the medical attentioii of Bris CoopeiI and Cliklre t WQ exerted erety- meabs to ikveiis nflt1tfI Ou Surr1I will he made Whit is that the good citizsusand sinners ootclean out this cess pool Icon no see as this is the second murder charged to this house in the last six mouths Perhaps before my next letter you will hear something drap Mr Hooker proprietor of the PittsburgIson the 0P rsonO a tTd his daught er Mrs D S McXinney Geo Muiiday engineer for the- Pittsburg Coal Co is in the cJty for a few dav on account of his engine brcakil1gdo vn We are glad to iiote that Mr Green Swaner is recovering from his injuries and is able to walk without crutches Garrett son oc Mr W H Burton las beeu very ill with lung trouble but is now impr ing REFLECTIONS OF A CITI ZENoN THE WANTS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY While reflectingon the needs of Rockcastle county it occurred to us that there are many ways in which we could make improve ments Of course good roads is the first thing to take into considr eratiou and tleffort that was made last fall was not without a good effect even if the cause went down in defeat It brought the matter before the people and set them thinking We have no ill feeling toward any for the way he voted on the question but after every one ip the county has ample time for mature deliberation it should be re submitted and the sense of the people again taken as to whether they desire better roads We want to say now that it is only a matte of time till something will be done along that line Rockcas tIe caut withstand much longer There is no one so narrowtuiu ed as to contend fora niomeut that good roa4s will not prove more beneficial to us than anything else that could take place and we hon estly believe when the mattec is1 rightly uncjerstppd it will carry by an overwhelming majority Lets not quit till we see a pike extending from Lincoln to Laurel j and foin Madison to Pulaski It will be done and we had as well be enjoying it But that is not all This county is no doubt adapted to the raising of tobacco and to matoes and we want to see in the near future a tobacco nianufactoiy and a canninpfactory erected in this county at some convenient place We understand that the people JBrodhead contemplate entering into the manufacturing of tobacco and the canning of to matoes etc OJ course we dont expect Mt Vernon to do anything of this kind but there are places in the county progressive enough to take hold and make both a suc cuss and we would not be at all surprised iC Brodhead nets right down to business and pushes the matter to an early completion It is immaterial with us what place does this but we I do think the county seat might at least try to keep apace with other town n the county In our next letter we we will make more suggestions and lUit1teryears or war A Citizen W4iat Would you do if taken with colic or cholera mbrbus when- your physician as away from home and the thug stpres ire closed After one suchemergency you will always keep Chamberlains Colic Cholera and HIarrhoea Remedy jn pour home but why wait until the horse is toletr before ypiilpcik the stable For sale by Theo Wley Druggist gmlitW RJ dleas im nistra- 9tgyJ Wirl t deceisd will at the kite residence of thedecoased- Saturdayl1 Feb 9 ot s11aiot o- fpersoualcobsistitg of I yoke cattle r iI 1iiiiiliir J i t r 11 JNGLANps NEW KING Is 5 feet 6 inches high and weighs 260 pounds Has light gray eyes a gray beard a brown complexion anda bald- head 0Is 59 years old Is a great admirer ofbeautiful wonien Is a firstclass judge of horses and dogs and he be knows something about actresses Is said to beoneot the best shots in England Sets the fashion in clothes for all Englandand part of America Is a doctor of civil laws of Ox ford a doctor of laws ot Cam bridge and barrister importantfoundation Opened part of the Suez Canal Has made more speeches than any other man in the world but mostly short ones Was the first Christian to dine withthe Sultan of Turkey Never allows a typewriter in his house I Is a colonel eight times over Has one private secretary two assistant secretaries and a staffof clerks Receives 200 letters a day and answErSimost of them Has every minute of his time in L ndonspentaccodingto sched ule Has every order oi knighthood in Europe Has uniform worth 75000 Isa field marshal and an admiral Is the cIIiel horse owner dog oWner and yachtmaii in England Goes to church every Sunday morning Never goes to the races on Sun day Loves to travel incognito in Paris Buys hundreds of theatre tickets without using them Has his favoritL Vehicle in Lcn don in a handsome cab yet his stables cost 75000 a year Thinks his nephew the German Emperor is too sensational Has friends hi everynation and speaks German French Italian- and Russian His tour of I6diaCOSfIOO oo bUlh pf4 ghereaf 0fltraps were worth 1500000 v Pity H and BeautyThe most beautiful thing in the world is the baby all dimples and joy The most pitiful things that same baby thin and in pain And the mother does riot know that a little fat makesTali the difference aV Dimples Varid jpyjhare gone and left hollo js and feSn the v fat t1iatwis1cciiifoit and color and J dljcqttand loves tI The little one gets no fat fromheriood There is something wrong itis either her food or foodmill JSh has had no fat for weeksislivino on what she had stbirecf in that plump little 1OdyOf liersi and that is goncgh rls starving for fat it is death be quick Scotts Emiilsionr of tljpS Liver Qiliasihe 1atshntake it will sac hen OIfitfn1no hil1fortaste will surprise you BOWNEChemists 409 Pearl St t N Y SOc all dnlgitsoJ M h YE DENTITTjNOX 7r J FC the Repoptt i 7 LPJf 1W t 1l3rT J Aegetabk PrspBtallonfor As siinllai iug iK2Focd andReg ula I ting theSloinaciis andBowcJs of a Promotes DigcslionCheen ut ness and F stCoiUains neither OpiuiMorpliine norMtueral OTJMiCOTIC 5 G4dhtlirSl JElPlrr1NP- unrpku ced 1xJ9m fLihSdedL JpcrhthJ Ctrttittdmr fion Sour StomachDiarrhoea Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature o- f4cZNEW YORK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER C ojjO wOOCOfX- o qG rJ ttJJJ 1 ar3 Q O the MI those many disllllles that iryuetiuiy 01Hlti vunumoi Mil ages eglcct 110 sympioni Womb Trouble On t n picvu I1ISt nfthis sort hlgil ue I3f icS a 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Female Panacaa t7Si4i HivJl 81fnucesnotfuIIycoverod Over S8BSKSV 1rC frTiilitI1 jflg flie h21H1ll1iIW tlt IYI A- rDruggisth 8 Sell G F arD 8 ccoroc co cooooooco COOO jO COOGCCO For by Davis Co Mt Vernon Ky When Vou Re d This fneed anything done Come see me VESIyEYS DRUGSTORE MT VFRNON KY have withdrawn from the Si GNAT office on account the close confinment and long needed rest will run first Watchmaking shop do work in work man like manner rid in all cases try deliver work the same itf brought me Heretofore have been laboring tmder disadvant by having work the perhl SIGNAL OFFICE through the and Watch work night consequently could not turn out work very fast learned my trade under German Watchmakers one one of the best in the country Mp Stop Is Equipped Witli Improved gaciijier To do all kinds ofwork aiid will add more do all kinds Tewel lug pivoting balance staffs gold and silver repair spectacles umbrellas parasols OPTICAL GOODS have madea study of fitting the eye proper with glasses the latest appliances for testing and will visit at leisure times every town An JPos office in the county what work is be done get bet acquainted with the people and work up business Whether von ant thing not come and see Il htWESLEYS DRUGSTORE Mt Vernon Ky urswrti the greatest of respect i r Yi dS FRANKLIN yl f F i Had to Gpnquer Or Die v IiVas just aboiitgpne1 writs ivfrs Rosa Richardson of jjaurel SpringsN Gy had Consumption sotiad that the best doctor could more than month hut I egan use Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly ctired by seyejafebtflies and ani now stout andwell It iaan unrivaled lifesaver in la t iBaprippe and Bronchitis infallibl far Coughs Colds Asthma Hay RtQj alQ6tt1e5 frce if au Dinggicrs drugstoic 1 Y Children You the In I W IT niSS t S Q S J J hilIJu 3 n 0 en tip an ii Irf Q- Iyrr IIt ntHIII Jf uar t 01 J ti Q one 1 tf ltJ t Vifiif li 11S GlMT o Cu fF G g J Sale C L And and at I o a i a clas to day s to I ages to on p day on I a I of put ir soldering c I ly I have to do to iii y an or t c v S j C rr I said t a to f f J qfI K FLREMANrOS1 CNL WX stuck to mr Engine althoiigh i every joint ached pd every 1 uerye was rackedwithpiin writes C W Bellamy a locpmbtive fireman tof Burlington Iowa X was weak and pale without Any ape titG2udalnlll down As Iras about to give upI got nbottlv9f Electric Bitters and afterfatingitV I felt as well as I ever did it jny life J Weak sickly j run qown people always gainnew life strbgtli aiicL vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction gurariteed by- a1Dtuggists l t i f j j iltii rt fik f i1 C v n 3 V i1 ft jc j TI 7 fJ01IpI i t t i K Mt Vernon Signal tt K31 K Feh 1 901 i7 t jLOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R TIME TABLE l4 l rU j 1 rosa m 6 I1Jt1 v n our32 a rn 23isqutl1 157 pIP t 5 11t 144 a in lAS LYNDKUM Agent ecurcdattUe Mt Vcrfiw lift Postoffice as seo Y of10iI1 mail mutter a JJMASONIC html Lodge No 640 nujrtiH 2rd Mon iy 10 k CHURCHES Christian Holds services Ist3rl Sumlaj at 11 aim and at 630 p m Presbyterian Holds services on theMth Sunday Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Snmlajv Suuday School tt 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights Personals Col W J Sparks was in the city Saturday Russel and WixiDiliioii were up from Livingston Monday Mrs Joe Purcell is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Houk Mrs Jane Bloomer spent the week with her sister Mrs James Houk Mr Joseph Cpffev of Stanford was here Tuesday on important business Atty B J Bethurutn went to Louisville Monday on important legal matters Owen Allen s llof H P Allen of Goochland entered the college here MondajT Mrs l1dgeG W McClure who has been very sick for several days is much better J nIdaycoritiiiues e lO V i iitodIIf AY G Mujlins one bf li niosP welcome ofall visitors to Mt Ver non was l1erp Monday Thurmon Furguson of near Wildie left Tuesday for Sneadville Tenu to visit his mother Proto Ewers moved into the house Saturday which he recently pur chased ot A Pehaington Horrace Edwards ha moved to his farm w ichhe recently pur chased near Walnut Grove Mrs Snodgrass aftei spending severaLdays with relatives here re turned to her home Monday g Jl J Towery went to Barbourls villc Tuesday to reorgauize a tent of theMaccabees at that place JJ Cook had charge of the rec ords in county court Monday and makes a splendid deputy clerk Charley Whitehcad and Miss Maggie Hansel were two new ad ditions to the college Monday morning Messes Bessie Houk and Garlic Davis and Mrs J E Houk visited relatives at Maretburg th e middle of the week x rleYleyattr vas in frpm Witdie st week and told us that his uncle L f Stew If vas agajn pti the siclc hst r r Saiii Pjenufnglpnyi Aylip lias a J psitipii nsclerk iu a cpminissary 9 rlilrartX i is spending a ff i1i1i n folks t uSI 1ji1 S Daye Jacksonville h 701g UtraVcliugihan tliat makes ittow 1 Ayasl here sellin g f11i1n7rdj ni5 Vcdtcsday I J3 j 1iiirlu Jl1 C JI i v JIjlo6rner y t q c ycsle a lt 1Jo r Y lq t weck wa I H j P riu ol al e k fQUI ltt 1k iii N1ISii Part0Wlrii9t j il4Vln lj as 1P9sitt ifIIfih 9g s f r if- afalJ i fcrfed Ipiiduy l k icijric1rl CWckjr4 48 1Qiq t d r c 1triIQ 1 rI j c J Born to he wife of Hugh Mille yesterday a Sue tOY K B Cox rcceivecJ a rather seri ous wound ytstel day by a loaded rf9fjbreakinS ctu bOIr and severely mashing tbh foot ies5rs J V Stephens aud J J Braunaman of Berea were here- Monday looking after some matters connected with the estate of Ir fJ T SteplienS fieccase J Iro est Turpen is at Langfords workingl his new house which he will mOve jnthe near future Foresfr a ihigh ty good citizen and we regret very much to loose liiir f Mrs W R McClure was called to the bedside of her sister Jiss Dora Hansel near Woodstock who was thought to tye near death but she soon rallied and is now much better Bessie the little daughter ot Mr and Mrs R B Mullins is very ill with typhoid fever This makes three cases Mr Mullins has had in his family including himself in the last six weeks Mrs Angie Stephens came Monday to atterd to some matters connected with her husband estate She will move back to her property here in March which is now occu pied by Deputy sheriff H L Tate Mrs Cleo W Brown left Monday to take charge of her millinery GeorgeItown stylish milliner she has built up a splendid trade here and our people regret to give her up She comes of one of the oldest and most reliable families of our county and is an active and beloved member of the Christian church Endowed as me is with a good mind fine busi ness judgment and a splendid taste of style she no doubt will do well in her new field Mt Vernon and Rdckcastles loss is Scott countys gaIn t XDCttS t Wanted 7TTo or thr=e college students are wanted to board N r Jm r r- ccres n blb j rrf tfW Gl1U nl FORSAtE 6REXGHANGE Onej- acre lot and house with she rooms J A PRESTON nov2v3mo Livingston Ely Dead Mr John Haley lQf Alfred Haley dec asedof Row land died Saturday night at his liome near Freedom church of pneumonia fever The stockhplders of the Rock castle County TFair Association meet at Brodhead tomorrow night lo elect officers for this year A full attendance is desired Mr and Mrs W R Letcher an nounces the engagement of their daughter Mary Coleman to John N Turner Jr of Campbellsville The marriage will be celebrated by a quiet home wedding on February 27th with only the relatives and llearfrindspresent Richmond Register The intended bride is a sister of Miss Dove B Letcher We received an introduction to Prof Morison of Virginia oii last Stinda veiling He is in our town for the purpose of giving les sons in practical arithmetic Prof asserts that he would not give a postagesfcamp for all the arithme tics that has been printed to tea Ch the people mathematics although he is a v author of two works him jsel Heuses no lok uo maps J fittSJl his ieaching But in itrqdutes eyerryvprincipal in a eoni inon sense system Hs domes veil recQuieacleid by T Smith who is i l rijie of feeiit Jigh School Kelat JKy also T i feftylorJrrof of t the icsX yJuthnna Ky and MIHS Viblct titQ1 illPrinc of- HiglV Iciipfii OddyiU Kyy and j mie othcr cla stca teacljer tffythe States wild assert vpo5itiyely tliat- liiiviu g takeu PJcpft course r1tr n al 1iai tijty Jif a t iid auV1 M v r 1 Plluiif rirrUx t j i1 l f iJ Brin your collars and cuffs Jo Cox Bros and they will have them washed for you at the Lexington Steani Laundry judge Willihris appointed laijt Mon iayf upon request John Sig HIAIJ Dr 1 S Burdett VHvSoivder J F Vat nanc1B A Yaden trustees of the town of Brodhead Judge Pike accompanied the hbove named getitlemen ands ny that everj thing was cioue ac cording to Lioyle xIxsANK Mr M CProctoIa good farmer living near Langford station was tried here Wednesday and adjudged to he insane Jailer Griffin anti deputy sheriff H L Tate took him totIle Lakeland asylum yesterday Until ten days ago Mr Proctor seemed to be per fectly all right but since that time he has been growing w6ise all the time and was at times very hard to controle Judge P D Colyer went to Liv ingston Tuesday to investigate the killing of Henry Idol An inquest was held but the jury was dismiss ed until next Monday when they will meet again and hear some further evidence befoie rendering a decision While it is possible that he was hit by a traiu yet it is hard ly thought ha1i that is the way his death Lame about MARRI t AGEsTMr Jim Rogers of Bee Lick and Miss Ruth Her rin of Quail a niece of E A Her ri n were tnarrjed yesterday at the home of her mother Mrs Mary Elizabeth Hetrin- Mr George Burton of the Oak Hill neighborhood and Miss Carrie Purcell daughter of J S Purcell a prominent farmer of this county were married yesterday at the home of the brides parents The will of the late Mr John T Stephens was probated in the County Court last Monday where it was pioducedby Atty John W Brown and identified by Judge Mc Clure and wife He had already given to his two children Mrs J J Branaman and J W Stephens of Berea their share and by his will he gives the remainder to his wife 1ng il1e whom he makes Execu o Hea1 l itixcour ciI1F le y i Carrie Le ar arid qualified Mrs Susan Butner widow 6fJ F Butner together with Mrs Ester Ann Griffith Summers Reynolds Bill Gailbreath IdaMunday Ellen Butuer Lillie Butner David Butner and Mrs Carrie McClary have brought suit through their Atty C C Williams against Mattie aud Fannie Butner for the purpose ot setting aside a dower to the widow and deyiding the remainder of the land of J F Butner between the heirs The case was submitted in County Court Monday when L W Eethurum filed his report as Guardian ad litem for the infant defendants and W H Fish J H Hays and S N Davis were appointed CommisSioners to allot dower and divide the land IN COUNTY COJIR J j Si upI son charged with obstructing the public high waj was tried Monday arid discharged Wjlliam Bond was tried Monday for failing to work William Sams section of road the evidence showed that he belonged another section which he had worked and the Judge dis charged him GVIV Wood was fined i cent and the cost by jjury for using abusive aka insulting language to Mr Lewis Metesser whp operates the mines at Pine Hill William Masoti was found not guilty last Saturday on charge j of procuring liqupx for Garfield Clark CC William attornev Ann Boles waiyed the riglit of ex min ti P9Jl charge of sdling liquor uiplawfully and yas held to answer in tiicisiim of io bbpdj ah rfhe February tjrm of Circuit tSpurt The lion d was readily gjivensvyitlt J f Owens as surety j v i isiXB i I lil Itllfllii i d W H Cress sold to Marion Den hath quite a nice lot of Walnut logs RE Sowder moved on the 27 to the house lately vacated by S Jv klnlqy Wm Bustle was visitinjr Iw sis ter Mr J M Ivprton oftliis place Sunday last Mrs Marye Biomerof this place is visiting her sister Mrs JastHouk of Mt Vernon A J Cress afid Miss Cairda Goff were married at the home of Rev James Cummins on the 24th ult- W L Sowder wilh move to where Wm Barrens now lives and Mr Barrens will move on the river Stephen Cash our hustling little merchant and miller at this placet sa andreggs Jj Cummin of your place ar tB F Price of this place en joyed the smiles of their be tgitl Sunday last J CCummins purchaseda farni from G L Payne near Sand Spring and wiU move to it about the first of March Died at his home near Freedom John Haley on the 25 he leaves a wife and five children to mourn his loss Mr Haley was a kind and Jionest man and the bereaved family have the entire sympathy of this community ADDITIONAL GOOCHLAND W DMcGuire Srivery ill at this writing Grover McGuire taken sick veiy suddenly last Saturda night Dr R H Lewis was called to see him Sunday but he is very sick the trouble is unknown pro R H Lewis ot Wildie was called to the bedside of Uncle Wm jVjTcGuire last Sunday and we are glad to say gave the old gentleman relief a W S McGuire was out from Garrard last week on business The littlo eighteenmonthsold bab of Mr and Mrs J W Bow I11an was bmned to death last Fri day even ing lR Jones was at Con way last i h 1hJSpa utSJ j MrJ Beririett Ballard Vas the guest of Mr and Mrs Chit vilIi Clark of Climax last Saturday and Sunday Mrr Matt Martin of Clark coun ty son of ex Judge C S Martin is visiting relatives here this week TJncle Henry McGuire finished his double chimney just in time for this cold spell Your correspon dent saw the bright old gentleman yesterdav and he is almost tickled hasl1othingI watch them burn and of course read the Signal VS McGuire says that lie is going to th rovlL R Jones tock of goods out of the W D Mc Quire storehouse on February 5th loo i M R seems to be taking7 it easy The trouble is some riii jO understanding about the rentiiigv J Mr J H Clark is billed ior the new merchant at this place W H Ballard has not been seetr for over a week We lippe that l fe is in good health and the wilil cats has not devoured himv Uncle John Philips our hustling farmer and citizenhas been trying to get a move on foot to have the State rd dvo ked from this place to the Madison line wh1chisb ur r t eaed C The clam or other coiigh mjediX cines jo be as goQdasf Ghamber Iains are effectually set at rest an t ejfollOwlng t sAirapni pivMri G p Glass an employe Qrj3 grtletl I 1IYtryingfevry cpugh luc icm Ipwi pi without permanent heimhi n dttt J nl1te11ri tore r o91 h 1l1and JM lvlS d ttty h m rlaj GutiY offlrect to n mi when I got a cold and soon fiid re lief I also recotnmend it to mv inends and am ad to say it is the best of all cough medicines Hor sale by Theo Wesley Druggist I hobbled into Mr Blaokmonj drug store one evening says Wesley Nelson oY lfamiltpn Qa andhe asked me to tiy Chamber lains Pain Balm for fheuniatisni with whici r had suffered for a longtime I told him I had no faith in atfy medicine as they ail failed He said Well if Cham berlains Pain Balnvdoes npt h p- sou you lieeti not pay for it I took a bottle of it home and ustel it according to the directions and in one week I was cased and have not since been troubled with rheu matism Sold by Theo Wesley Druggist I BucitiENs ARNICA SI4vit Has verldwide f4me for marvfel lous cures It surpasses any other rf salve lotion ontment or balm fot F Cuts Cornsi Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions Infallible for Pilesi 7 Cure guaranteed Only 250 at alli Druggists fjy WORKING OVERTIME Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workers Dr Kings New Life PiUs Millions are always tit work night and day curing Iqdigestion Biliousness Constipation Sicfc Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel roubles Easy oleasanti sate sure Only 25c at all Druggists drug toe i L Bryanttf i EQR 1 L Ftestf rdteeti s of ll iFids 4 OJ f L J t Near DepQt I THEPE PLES iiJr j DRUGRSTOKEIi D Gf DAVS CL CO DRUGS PATENT MEDICINES J Perfumes Statioher Cigars Tobacco Paints Oils v TOILET ARTICLED =PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFUIJLY COMPOUNDED AT CSTity m ORDER TO MAKE 7 Koorn For Our Spring G O 0 D S WE Will Sell For TheNext 3 M AT COST f F EV 1 y1Hl G vella jii Suits Overcoats Boots Overshoes Rtibtoers Mens Wooe Ar Hnderwear r t 4adfeais Facinaters and Hood5t r 7 e rpfQrtsana Blanl etset 0 rr1 fRITH Ul l1 BrQdlH d K nttZiel y IE ip t 1T DAY IS y f IJvt l fhl ft i 77i r IBalaal1 Iatl lJ- jjJ v V Ja e h Ii1iiJ pJ Pr1 G 1 pNgtfp1i Hats 5 t t1li liQesanlGloceXH Sj 1 trs it fin M ff 3 ltO 5 flt iii t iy 3a c1ItJi l S6 fd J ttfi 2i t j JttlF7ht r t 0 lr cC i Wf x+ oJ t 9p tlof ijf t P 1 jt ij i i W i tLLJt tvi i r f r g IL 1 i 0 r eatvJ = U p p or= t U ri i t y- y 1 FImc RrlrIlIliiVvV v7vivx THE PEOPLE OF ROCK As rL fT9 t I i l everieore was Such an Immense I Stock of Goods Landed inkt 1 4ITVERNONr u- EVERYTHING Marked down to Rockbottom prices JL f SOME MARKETS i v Corrected each week by Houk Son Mt Vernon Ky 1 Arbuckles Coffee 1254e Lion Coffee 124C Green Coffee I2 ci4ci5ci6 3c Flour No i per barrel 450 J dBelle of Lincoln per brl 400 jLabelleBacon per lb 7cDanl Boone Soap 3 cakes 5C Star Soap 3 cakes roc Rice No Iper lb 7 c Granulated Sugar per lb 64c 6jctSpn1pSorghum best homemade gal 4002 Shipstuff per hundred 1 oo- Calico all the best brands 5C Calico all cheap grfies 5c under JClothingLard ioc in small lotsIOCts in 50 Ib 1thor more 3 Northern seed oats none on hand Millet hay on hand Eggs per doz 15 8 FeBthers per lb 40 Lan D K Drop C C Williams sold a tract of land near Bee Lick to M Warren for 300 I w PR SALE A young brown j clgolbonb- ands f hl r 4 bigh and will reach 15 hands when fully matured Sound and alright Owuedrby B C Stewart Eagle Hill Own county Ky For further par dc lars address the SIGNAL office John Anderson bought a lot of tiogvof various patties at 4 to 4XC Wheat looks worse than for years and the farmers predict a very poor croLJH Roach bought of J F Bailey and James Green some shoats at 40 and of Church Yeager i4at 4J4C Trading wasdull atLancaster yes terday and only a few of the loo or so cattle at the pens cld A few of yearlings wentat 385 and a bunch of heifers at c4There was some demand for butcher stuff at 24 to 3J4C A number of mules sold at 75 to 120 Horses were dullInterir Journal The horse stock of the United States has increased invalue since 1897 150000000 With some thing like 14 000000 horses in the country this represents an im tirovemnt of botiI3 a head tOf the 5 1 V trotters t hat have changed hands in this country at prices ranging fromr20tOOO to I20O each 15 of them were bred in Kentucky r Director a I7J was the highest priced bnef selling for 75o0o 0 41Georgetown Court TreVilarge crowd in torn Monday Cattle sold at least 40 per cent higher than on December cdurt day and good horses 25 percent Auc tioneer Beh B Peak reports 206 cattle on sale Fcedersibroughl 435 to 443 yearJingSi 3 75 to ft per cwt steers h5to i62O per head good horses iob to r 50 plug 40 to 7olerg toWn iQ esi t Lee Lucas lost a bunch of eleven fine shoats from eating cockle burrs MTV Lucas tad been keep ing t piiipgs ina pen and before tbe rainnoticed ftbepn yts- ge6nguctyaid to avoid t t IMMENSEQUkNTITIESofi DRY GOODS FROM 5 cent Calico up to the Finest Dress goods that cWnoti faiL to please you 7 f i FINEST ladies and Gents furnishings sucn as Uiic1ere r Hosiry Neckwear Ladies Wraps Ribbons Laces and Embroidery all very cheap GENTS Clothing of the best and finest election and a guarantee in fit andprice HOEHats and Gaps in endless variety Fine shirts of the latest that is bound to please you Come to our big store nndbe convinced FIRSTetASS OAK CHESNUT AND ON HAND 3TVE US YOUR ORDER t IHiouk Adams i to Houk fton Phone ffo 252 ness among them from this source turned them into an open field The hogs found a bunch of cockle burrs that had been turned undei in the fall and root ed them up and ate them Williastown Courier BROD- HEADJ3cZMisses Delphie Cplyer and Amie SaturdaYIandday InIditine having an engine made for his sawmill Mr Ed Albright and family atCitt1cinnatiback to make their future home at this place A Debating society was organized here Friday night The subject for debate first night was Re isoice That the Indians have been treated more crully than the Negro Ed Newland R P Pike and Mas ter George Frith for the affirmative and W A Tyree and Claud Sutton for the negative The Judges de cideded inuvorof the negative William Tyree from Laurel coun ty is visiting relativat this place After seeing the article sin our last paper there have been lots of questions asked if anyone had ever seen Jack Work and the r ansvverivas no j Mr Marry Collyer atidlsori Haniiltbh are on thesick list this fi v ii2Mr Beck fromr Wayrie jtr- wa the guest 6t tliicle Josliiial Dunn Monday i v IMrs EdlNewland has relturhM5 from Lowell where visiting fofsorne time r i t14sj3niesRoberts is improving siowlr e JPf j iii Key Livingston filled his pi ppintnient at the Ghrstiaii church Sunday Mrs W G Tharp vvholiasibelea sick sQlorgis riot any rbeltteri IackJtopvle tfrsj kd in the counti Danger of Colds an d La Grippe The greatest danger from colds and la grippe is their resulting in pneumonia If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will beavoided Among the tensr of thousands who have used this remedy for these diseases we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively that isa certain pre ventive of that dangerous malady It will cure a cold or an attack of la grippe in less time than any other treatment It is pleasent and safe to take For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist k The Paper Published in the Uninted Stats for Democrats and for all readers is the rwiceaWeek jathierJo rna The equal of many dailies and the superior of all other semiweeklies or weeklies Issued Wednes day and Saturday 104 copies a year and you get it for only 100 A YEAR The Wednesday issue is degte f to News Matters the Saturday is sue to Home Matters A liberal commission to Agents Sample copies cherfully sent free to u1 swho will jsk forthem Write to C0URIERJOURNAI it Louisvulle KYI P tt B9 li SPECIAL ixVGE i N t- li YOU CAN GET GN tAND TI1i TWIClAWEEK tiR R t tf JOJ1NAL 9t l pn fUtJrOnh I 0O riisI for J cash uscYiptjpns Iiyi Aft Jsulscripti6iis under this 5ombiuation offer nust 5eliF 5hrougli the SIcA1 oice r tf f i 111l v Srb rt 44Pt f GROCERY and HARD WARE ii iv DEPARTMENT f A J S complete x line as theie is in any store in Kentuiy t Hardware y and Cutlery there is no end l + rf Groceriesv Dont PdPkAKSHJNGEES Est COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Moi day in each month MonICIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month P A D D S M D DENTST P1 N W Cor Third and ChestnutSts LOUISVILLE KY Wi11 be at Miller House Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts GW MCCLURE J W BROWN McCLURE BROWN AttorneysvatLa w MT VERNON KY All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention Office room No 8 in the old Brick Hotel CC AoitrneyatLaw Mt Ver09nKy BgLOffice on 2n T fioorVof new brick on Church street Specia attention to collections 11rMT VERNON KY f R L L1ROV 1 of jl ATTORNEYATLAWVERNoN j3p ql tt tention given to col filectiQns1i L ll FURNIT URE AND UNDERTAKING lA full and complete stock All rarsfined promptly Mbtt- oa I W Ri Best goods and lowest prices i 4s MtrrsIIitt Livington Ky4 ki si 1 f1 7t Nice and fresh in Large Quantities selling very low Fail to visit us when in town and see our large and complete stock and get yourself a bargain an opportuni ty perhaps you havent had for spine time ALWAYS Successors sheihsHbeen Pennington WILLIAMS RA JONES DENTIST STANFORDXYS Phone No 48 Office over Higgins McKennys Store MACK ESTES- Carpenter and Cabinet Maker Ml Vernon Ky Mantles and Hatracks a specialty The Veranda Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Cample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day H rEr 1if jt fIou tAdamsMt Veinon K- yisurance 7J ofial1r 1 lshl 1 jt fg l f S l iaIrilfiCGir T J CARSONI Paper Hanger Brodhead Kentncky tiAll work first class and guaraii eed to give satisfactionS Phone No I MT VERNON LIME COMPANY ManufacturersS of Lime and brick They also furnish Lime BuiJ4iag Stone rough quarry face or out Orders promptly filled 3943 nuST NATIONAL BANK tOF LONDON KY Capital 50000 i Surplus 16090 J i i y BOREINGV M HOPE jefesident VicePresidciiiK RM JACKSON Cashier WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS Miller House i HUGH MILLER PROPR Headquarters fQr Conirnerciai Men iPorter at all trainsM Hotel Frith i X FRANCISCO Propr Located atthe Depot ggoipa Bodliead Ky 0 Good Livery Attached 5 tetf all Tr3 DPayand Night Traveling Mi and Railroad 4 men i9licitedWiU AiUv nncbes for lltrafus f l