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' "" "" m VI ymMif IH H I ,TJ215m Hf Kf iH ' ' MPT i!;l ,.'('' i.l. (jj! : "i "JTSJfir :.-- URf Ml M Ml K AM . . vnuvuTf ti car VOLU.M'icV. '' ' TtT! i . ' ' - MT. VERNON, liOUIv'VSiM.M COUNTY, KY!., FIUDA.Y, APRILS, 1901. NUMBER 28 h OF ,. ; ;v "TELL MT FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE Ah' I) FEARLESS. AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE." 30CX3rtt.gl--3JtK.a fc. v J7B 4 BRODHEAD T. C. Hatmn says he has a calf, fully developed in' every particular, except it is devoid of a right fore of the Savers neighborhood, was , with us Friday, and Miss Helen is plenty young, and plenty old to marry, and we cannot understand why she does not get off. She is both graceful and tgoodlooking, and a good conversationalist, and would make some gentleman a moddle wife. leg. Miss Helen SaycrsJ est' to call on them. Julian Bordes left Wednesday lor Cret.Neb., to engage with the Wrought Co., the company that our marshal has represented so long, with credit to himself and profit to B F. Cole, was the company. with our merchants Tuesday. There was quite a crowd of P. J. Hall's relatives unloaded at our 'depot, last Tuesday. Iron-Rang- WKSftflN ww J 'r7-'r. i-i- .J JwjJTiiSSunl Land, Stocl Crop THE BANK MT. VERNON. e The wool market opened up at Versailles court last week at ifl cents! Several lots were sold at at that price. Winchester Demo- CAPITAL STOCK, crat. On the G. W. Rice sale on Tuesday the 26th. Col. D. W. Tribble, auctioneer, reports as follows: Colts and yearlinij mules, $30 to $70; milch cows, $30 to $40; young steers and heifers, 3d to 5 cts; jack stock, young, $80 to $170; sheep, $5 75 per head; hogs about 6,cts.; corn, $2- 25 per barrel. J Richmond Register. - MT. VeRNON, KY.. -- OPKN,KD 1900. lnri 1 15,000. A. E. EWERS, A. B. FURNISH, Vick-Prks. 3. H MARTIN, Prks W. L. RICAARDS, Casiiiku, Asst.'Cakh. LANGFORD Mr. ami Mrs. - DIRECTORS. J. T. Adams, Jonas McKenzie. Ftitz Krueger, Geo. Livesay, Rod Perry, Vincent Boreing, A. T. Fish. We solicit accounts of firms and individuals, Careful atten tion is given collections entrusted to us. Our frienas, and patrons arr invited to call when in town. y t' Our Baptist people saythey are going to finish painthig, and, renoJDFt. R...H. LEWIS vate the inside of thein house, and W. C. Carpenter, of the' Whit . Dr. Lewis, who reide at Wildie. are going to work, more for Christ, Cloud vicinity ha bought of S. L. H is one of Rockcistl.'KY. best, and in the futureff than, llwjvj, have in Bailey 50 young hog to be delivCapital Stock, 5100,000. Surplus, $180,40.76 most '' physicians. In the past. Itttak.es .this, brethren, ered April 1 st atfi.(c. per pound. 1894, he graduated from the Tento let your light shine, So here is They will' average 150 pounds. nessee Medical College; practiced hoping thntjall.ivill come up to the & J VV. Ilaydcn, V. P. Walton, J. Jl.'Collier, M. D. Elmoro at Cedarfork, Tenn.. until 1S97, He has also bought of Cumingo help of the Lord, against the average French 37 hogs same whetij, he came to this county, 0. Kiecl. T. P. Hill, S. II. Bangliman,3W. A.Tribblo,' mighty. WelliavcaV, good' .strong'! Mr. Carpenter where he is now located. Since weight at M. J. Miller and S. T. Harris. church if all could see. and then that time, he has taken two special will ship to Mansfield & Jeffries, did their duty. Oh what a. power carWe solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining courses, one at Chicago and the Louisville, April the 1st, two We could lie for Christ! (So let us loads of hogs for which he paid eouiuics assuring uiem prompt ana carenu aiieniiou 10 an uusi-nes- s other at Louisville and during the all do all we can. intrusted tir us. Personal application and correspondlive? to $5 25 entire time he has been in our prices ranging from $5 ence, with a view to business relations, invited.' Our town and people have been Nickel pigs make the W. M. Shiaely, the hustling midst, we can truthfully say, that peHctot. blessed with a series of sermons fisherman, who caught 43 fish in pockets jingle. J S. HOCKER, Pres., JNO. J. McROBERTS, Cashier. he has proved himself worthy of from the Rev. E. K. Pike for the 43 minutes, is with home folks. A. A. McKINNEY, Ass't Cashier. Democrat. the profession, toivhich hi belongs. last ten days.' He did some exFox & Logan have sold sixteen There are two cases of smallcellent preaching, and we think his pox at Bud Abncr's on Brush head of extra farm mules this week work, did much to build up, and Creek. at prices ranging from $112 50 to Jessce Dyke was in Richmond $135 per head strengthen, all those who know ' Myers, of LexMarion Meadows has moved last Monday, on business. 7 U. S. ington, engaged several wool crops God in a full and free salvation, all KE R " from this place "to Wildie, and Berry was in Bsrea Saturday, on who arc the real children o God, here Monday at 18 cents John Baugh has moved to Booties business. Mrs. Klmiry Hardin He seems fo be a John of all churches. Webb', of Parksville, has bought Gap. was out from Berea the first of tne ... very Godhvman, and all who lis100 head of hogs of various parties .iH, 1U1I Odum Gibson, the hustling can- week, to -- ee her mother, who is v ijd "ai. tened to hi in, could .see 4lhat lie is to be this week at 5 and 5 cents MM I,' didate for county Judge, was here very feeble. studying God's Word, so as to be , wdelivered" "between the tenth .and MHMMhMIpMHp''''' ' Robert Brauauiau is very ill at twen tietliJoL'A pri U. . n ! able to divide and give to all their a few dais ago, shaking hands Loga ty ' with the boys. I am afraid Iiq will this vrhino--MittWufcfeloiiSS portion in due season. s several bunches of lambs have be'likeone of tlic ancient 'Kings, was up from Wildie, and speijtthej eeu Mr. William Francisco's baby ia soiu m me Atoka neighbor- in the balance and still night with his grandfather,- fast! condition 'Born, weighed ood for luun delivery at A cents still in a critical found wanting. W. H. Jones waS'tpfoo 'Abound and al.slt for Tulv deliv- Sunday. to the wife of John Fowler, u boy, "Kept it' Stock. Orders by Mail,", Telegraph or Telephone W. M. Alcorn, candidate 101' see his parents, last Monday before,' Wry, Danville Advocate. The Baptist last Saturday night. Promptlv filled. is thev lelt for HI.- - C. G. Bake!" Sunday school was reorganized last Magistrate in the 2nd. district, " 'Buyers offered 4 cts. for long Sunday, with Bio. John Cherry as now working in the quarry at this here from Berea visiting relatives,, ;"rling cattle and 5 cts. for hogs last Sunday. With about 50 place. superintendent. outlay. .....k. .fv. jjouu, ui wii- GO TO- Rev. William Williams held M. L Kelton, the express agent; uames enrolled for this mouth, we bought 5,500 bushels of predict a successful school for the services' at Hummel Grove, the at this place, is caring for Mr, m?e. horp Mnnrinv at 76 cts.. and vUnnt name of the new Baptist church at Dykes' store during his absence.- -s Ht 1. .. - c0- incoming spring and summer. r IVS j7 V 1 tI mt I M. yY Pike and daughter, this place, Saturday and Sunday, M. R. Joues is now located on jthe minlue S. Williams on Moudav Mr. The, Geo. lJones farm, near here. We aZnfr . Celia, also4Robert Pike, all of Liv- with good attendance. KY. SQlU.pl! ra,r ot S00" ,nare mules 153 called Uro. Williams as think he has purchased said farmf IwSiflS ingston, was wiili relatives and church to Jas. T. Williams for $250. fop Everything in frieuds here this week. Mr. G. E. their pastor for the in suing year. but vc are unable to .'earn any; ilajge number of mules were 011 particulars. Aunt Patsy Mont tmlmaTket and those that were Painter, one of our best citizens, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoos-- , ami General' ' Stood It gomery and Aunt Agues Dodos', 'Jomb'-ough-t Jon Couldn't meeting at this place. attended the good prices Frank .Merchandise If he'd had Itching Piles. two .sisters living near here alone , IjVVT McKee holds ' the racord of Our energetic merchant, J.Thos. They're terribly annoying; but are vcrv feeble at this writing. . Cherry, ii the inventor of a new Bucklen's Arnica Salve will cure BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PCES Janibs. He has' 190 ewes with 290 's. .' Geo. Shockley, the late purchas unwuu coop, .1... um 1... Woodford Sun. pattern cuickcu the worst case of piles on earth. er of the Jason Garrett firm near, folded up and shipped back to the IA. G and J. M. Craig sold to It has cured thousands. For Inmerchant for sets,, all our busi- juries, Pains or Bodily Eruptions here, was.doing some repairing lash lDrv Procctor, of Quail, mare for Mrs. U. S, Berry, who re? .&$ ness meiK, ought to see it. Our it's the best salve in the world. week, T...-11.4. ri,n.i,. x u,,u, ceived a severe cut in the fOOt, H &i,V UI1U WW" "' marshal arrested two boys Tues- Price 25c a box. Cure guaranteed. improving ..AlMnre.or575. She only lost day, who had been trying their Sold by all Druggists. and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. TT...... toes. Mr. and Mrs. u. w. jones-- i Si... R. S. each other. mauhood.'on Mt. Vernon, Ky. 'A KAOINO, KOARINi; ri.OOD left last Monday, en loute for 111., wfLVashed Tis Easy To Fkei. Good. Martin sp'cht a few days. and. nights dowu a telegraph lint Countless thousands have found to visit a son and daughter, they wh'icfi Chas C.Ellis, of Lisbon, la., !" with homefolks, thc'latter part of will stop two days while on their tttj last week-- - Fritlt& Dnun are us- a blessing to the body in Dr. King's way, wHlnelativesat Indananpolis. )m to repair. "Standiding waist ing CherrvJs new patent chicken New Life Pills, which positively Ind. fflggp in icy water," he writes, coop, andlif you 'Want, to , see and cure Constipation Sick Headache, Sive me a terrible cold and cough. If troubled by a weak digestion, JHgaew worse daily. Finally the know a business man, jut calfand Dizziness, Jaundice, Malaria, Fever and Ague and all Liver and Stom loss' of, appetite, or constipation, try best doctors in Oakland, Neb., see HarvelDunn. Cuffs and Collars, vegetable; a' few doses, of Chamberlain's ach t roubles! City and Omaha said I had Keeps Coffins, Caskets, Robes Linen Bosoms, Quite a numUe'roWour people Every Sioux furnish Metallic Caskets and have Embalming done on short nogripe or weaken. Only 25c Stomach and Liver Tablets Consumption and could not live. enjojed aobU'dtnnerr"with Mrs. never ' box warranted. For sale by Theo Tffen tice and easy terms. at all Druggists drug store. I began using Dr. King's John Newlaud last Sunday, and by Wesley Druggist. .New Discovery and was holly cured Orders oy telegraph or telephone promptly attended to day and night way. Mr. John and his good wife Tin; Bust R&mkdy vor Rum' v. fDo not leave home on a journey bTsix bottles. " Positively guar MATISM." thinksthcyjliave the prettiest baby without a bottle of Chamberlain's anteed for Coughs, colds and all nUICK RUI.IKK l'ROM TAIN. world, (and it is a sweet in the Cholera oud Diarrhoea Th.roat and Lung troubles by all All who use" Chamberlain's Pain Colic, Rev. Hojtzclawaud : fcttle fellowf) ,. :x&joe It is almost certain to Druggists. Price 50c and r. 00. rtnltn for rheumatism are delighted Remedy wife was summoned to his father's iipfrifvl .ind cannot be nrocured Monday, the old gentleman being with the quick relief from pain !if Iln Kept His Leg. while you are on board the. cars or which it affords. ' When speaking very low v?lh pneumonia fever. fwclve years ago J. W. Sullivan, IN THE- William Haggard was baptized last of this Mr. D. N. Sinks, of Troy, steamship. It is pleasant, sale and Wes- ofHartford, Conn., scratched his aim.' Mr. C. H. Frith Ohio, sa.s: "Sprue time ago I had reliable. For sale by Theo Monday, leg with a rusty wire. InflammaWORLD! wis appointed superintendent of a sevtjr'e attack of rheumatism in ley Druggist. tion and blood poisoning set in. I tried Tint Best Br.oon Purii'iek. the M. E. Sunda school, last Sun- my arm and shoulder. Mrlfoanuie Owens- is going numcrotus remedies but got' no The blood is costantly being For twd years he suffered intense day ly. Then the best doctors urged W- on with hi new buildings Mrs. relief until I was recomended by purified by the lungs, liver and in. .the Messrs., Geo.,, F. Parson &. Co,, kidneys. Keep these organs in a amputation, "but," he writes, "I Dannie Oweu.s wasisiting. OF STANFORD, KY. of Electric Bitters druggists of- - this place, to try healthy condition and the bowels used one bottle ottutry Saturday and Sunday. 2 boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Chamberlain's Pain Balm. They regular and you will haye no need audi business at the old stand, and .sell goods at W Mr. W. H. Sowder says he 'Salve, and my leg was sound and V WILL continue ' recommended it so highly that I of a blood purifier. For this purQ WHOLESALE Prices. ncllGoods will ie bought in largt- - qtiai'M-fj- f wants all of his old neighbors, to well' as ever." For Eruptions, f(t OlWl ion Mill bought a bottle. I was soon reliev- pose there is nothing equal to LI ii'nfl rttrl flU Jttj lltO ilUU frtl1 W t!Trt com and ."ee him before spending fEezenja, Tetter. Salt Rheum, Sores all pain. I have since rec- Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver if they ed' of matters not how lar awa you dwell you can S.tve Mui?yrK IT their money, and thinks disorders Electric bRlS. ommended this liniment to many Tablets.. one dose of them will do and all blood on CARPETS. MATTINGS, WALL PAPi'.K. will do that, it ,will be cash to Try no rival on earth. .&c. of my friende, who agree with me vou more- eood than a dollar bottle Bitters Jins And then we have another ihem. - vSTNVO'vl), guarantee r Kv. v W. WITHERS, t lint it is the best remedy for nuis-,n- f the best hlood nurifier. Price. them all Drucsrist will new firm A. E. Albright & Adams, sat isfaction 61 feftind money. . cula r rheumatism in the market." 3 Cf nts. Samples free at Theo ..' . r&x&str ". 0 both good men. wtinT' they say they iKJn 0 cents-sale by 'fheo Wesley Druggist. Velcy Druggist's drug ston' in'.er- - For 3:ph's '.' . Will Gilpin, of Brodhead, are visiting Mrs. Gilp- ius parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Uvesay. Mrs. Liwson and daughter, of Kast Stone Gap, Va., are visiting i licr son uaviu carter, Ml. T.oin Clark; who 'has been very sick, is improving. Prof. Phillips, who is clerking for the Kentucky Free Stone Co., liaSfifibvcUMiis'fatriily" to this' place? Prof, is a nice gentleman. x Aunt Ollic Abner, of Brush Creek is very low, not expected to re! Firs National nk - OF STANFORD. DIRECTORS: sc. -- x-H pig-raise- rs' Har-rodsbu- rg DANNIE OWENS UN DERTA -- . - ;j .c 111 111 :j llll er- - Caskets, Coffins, Robes Etc. wi BRODHEAD, KENTUCKY y; -- "..-- JONAS VERNOW, NT t L x . ' . 1 - -- 1 . 1 1 j r WILL Practical r Undertker FFIN' I 'JelJiSKPs . ", - J -- 3'Pdc; PAC ASW1 FT -- FURNITURE - W. WITHERS. r-- . -- 0 - , . Will inikH") t'e Sa&J&& $ iLr.---r ilia Ai,)Cwt'i)WiiMrtiifJit-- t '.li l;liLl1AlffJl"''''", mM . H f"1r ' rmr. ... ."ri-rr.- T Ll J 'T'rTTiiifTrtTtmTmrlinrFrtfr f a ! ttUMI tfata MtVernon Signal Friday, April 5, 1901. Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALDRHGIIT. SUBSCRIPTION ONK YKAK $I.OO Advertising rates made known on application ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to niimnmw Chesley Payne, ai n ca.niH.lfUe for Mngistratfi in the Fourth district, subject to the action of the Rejiub-lla' juirtv. Tin-- ; n reversal of the lower Court At? oTGUJirSiMUELPtrCtWi by the Court of Appeals, iu the imJcut Seti' ' Towers aud Howard cases, is but little, if any surprise at all to the people of Kentucky. fmar. Judge DuRelle, who handed down the majority opinion, gave as Apcrfecl ricmedy forConsllpa-Tlo- n , Sour Stoinach.Diarrhoen one reason for the reversal in the Worms .Convulsions .Fcvcrish-nes- s Powers case, the admission of the nnd Loss of Sleep. testimony of McDonald, who swore, FacSimilo Signature or that on Saturday before Gov. Goe-bwas shot, he saw two men run NEW YORK. through the Capitol building and heard them say: "Come on, come KftSB5jEgi3ra!!IBI on boys, get your guns; it is time to begin the killing." The testiEXACT "COPV OF WRAPPER. mony of Pat McDonald, should not A St. Louis saloon-keepe- r escortbe admitted .says the Court, because ed Mrs. Nation out o.f his joint at k ITV. TWC CCNTAUft COMPANY. HCW VOHK these men were not identified as the point of a revolver. She says, part of the mountain army or the there's is no money in the lecture But says Judge business aud she is going- home. conspirators. White, who handed down a minori- If she had been there all jthe time, ty opinion, concurred in by Judges she would have beeh a Areat deal Poynter and Hobson, that these better off. We dojfit indorse men went to the agricultural build- the sale of liquor, nor Aveither do ing, where the remaining part of we indorse the course perihied by the'mountain army were stationed the woman with the hatchet and their guns were stored away, That Russia and China will au'd it was proven that the defendmov- their hand, seems to be a sure go. getter-u- p ant was the aud the Wc have a nil line of Dry Goods, Notions, llnts,i ing spirit of those encamped iu Li Hung Chang sas that the Shoes :md Groceries, that building, which made the Chinese Empire can make no furproof competent. The second aud ther concessions, while the Rus.A! I w u V t h FRriWlij " I IWI1I principal reison for the reversal sian Government is makiug ar-- . w was the 7th. instruction, which was rangements to show proof of its If fight . ameuded after the argument in the dominance in Manchuria. Over Coats, they must. God be with them, for $3.oo fco $6.00. case had beguu; not that amend-lnent, but the failure to further we wouldn't if we could. ' TO SCHOOL TRUSTEES. In buying, the priue niul (iimlity arc tho two!? of the instructions, amend that part Xt Mrs. J. H. Houston is on the refor is what furnishes the grounds I have sent out blank census Mews Items. Q things to be considered, Give us a call and st ports to each school district in the sick list. the 'reversal. The court says that county. Should any syoursclr the jury should have been told iu Quite a number of our people Chairman fail to receive Trustee or the blanks Six hundred miners in the this"intsruction, that they could have been in Mt. Vernon,, attend don't fail to send or call for them. Pa., district were locked out iouvi'cY Powers, if they believed j W. A. B. DAVIS, S. C. S. ing court. beyond a reasonable doubt that the because they refused to report for Opposite Court House. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Our section crew are busv in Apr. 5 1901. killing was done in pursuance of a work early enough to suit the their usual energetic, systematic, bosses. conspiracy or in furtherance of it, neat way. In a fight between revenue ofor if it was directly necessary, or H The Pine Hill postmaster was in if it might have been considered ficers and moonshiners in Laurel Mt. Vernon, Monday and Tuesday, necessary, in carrying out the county, E. Hale, an elleged moon- on Many a school business. girl is said to original plan. The use of the word shiner, was perhaps fatally woundThe many friends of Mrs. Bob BttmfriitfiJMBwTtzo V be lazy and in the singular ed. It is believed at Washington that Payne, will be pleased to hear that number when it should have been is when she II 'IhM-- W' . in the plural, also furnishes anoth- Li Hung Chang, because of his she better. .'. a day to IV.lf on" tne;iJ,5s lexas, Our people were gratified to see ?wmiwyr doesn't deserve er ground for tlis reversal, says frindship for Russia, has been the least bit of it. ...-- .. the, majority, although the word is driven from the Chinese court for the genjal face of our friend "Dad" cotton &eit Koute. S5Utfff Ml 11 Ll ll 111 She can't studv. easilv Orndorff. on his engine today. used in the Statute iu the singular good. falls asleep, is nervous One leaves Metityhis, at 8.co a.'fe-- i reversal, of the number. The Please agitate the "Road Ques- 0 and tired all the time. fax Receiver Camp paid the other at 8.30 p. m. Trains from' was for two reasons. The And what can you exon account of current tax tion" some more, and ask Mr. I principal points reach Memphis, morHin&WS r pect? Her brain Is being usiugof the word Pike to fire another volley at our collections. i&$ieveninS ln Pfchty of time to connecftwitK fed with Impure blood in the singular uumbcr when it C. D. Sloan, of Palestine, Iud., sleepy people. t V should have been the plural, and was found dead in a hotel at BirOur efficient coal manager has M and her whole system is Cotlon Celt trains eirry Pullman Stetpm it ouiihiuj; II Ulll pUlSUIHIIg. by Judge Wil- mingham, Ala. the language used just moved his family here, from night, Parlor Cafe Cars during the day md Free Such girls are wonderChair Cars both day and night. Write and tell liams, who was at the time filling On account cf a scandal, Mercy Tenn. We welcome them, and all fully helped and greatly us where you are going and when you will the place of Commonwealth's At- Hospital, a Catholic institution "" leave, and we will tell you the exact cost of changed, by taking t at good people to our midst. ticket and send you a complete schedule for torney Bob Eranklin, when he Iron 1 stiring event of the The most Mountain. Mich., was closed Interesting little said: ''I bring a message from Bob by season was the wedding of Miss the Bishop. Fraukliu, who says he believes the The main buildiug of the Old- Emma Berry to Mr. Alex Rutha-forGodnacH, OMa. defendant guilty and hopes you will which was solemnized Satur.i.StloJi.te. ham County Fair Association was convict aud hang him as high as burned, presumably by an iucen-diar- day night, at the home of the Hatnau." In the case of Howard, bride. the opinion handed down by t We had our Mt. Vernon pastor, Two men were blown to pieces Judge Burnam was concurred iu Hundreds of thousands by an explosion iu Senator Clark's Mr. Ewers, with us on the fifth of schoolgirls have taken by all the Judges. Saturday aud Sunday, which we it during the past SO years. ..It is certainly not now. nor ever United Verde mine at Jerome, certainly did enjoy. We also had Ariz. Many of these girls now been the desire of anv right thinkdihave homes of their own. Smallpox broke out among the two sermons from a very able ing, honest man to want Laleb VTf US vine, of the Christian church. They remember what V Powers, Jim Howard or auy other troops of the Eleventh infantry at 4 cured them, and now Your correspondent has mainperson charged with the assanation Sau Francisco. they give the same meditained a rather protracted silence, under our plan of sellfnc Carrlnees. bat?. x ujtiAvA Jr v H The Bear Island Cuiyoewas. of of Gov. Goebel, unjustly punished. cine to theirown children. glen, and harness, you got tfift profits. The Job-and now with many apologies for .no. H v.. x ber and retailor are cut out. Ilv donlimr dirrt x If hey are not guilty of the crime Miuucsota, entered complaint that You can afford to trust a uncirr. x with tho manufacturer, ?oti pay enly the cost of Sine's btrtp B neglect, I return to the family. jiiuiuuit vrim a moueraie Drom tuarn: ana vnn . cUnrged against them, then we say, they were l robbed of timber by . .. .U.L. A. with leather Sarsaparilla that has been . .1 Utnirti. m qotrter top. X hIm X Our village seems to be making l'rir. fullest assortment. Our plan of tested for half a century. $.'.91, as every honest, liberty loving man, whites aud haste slowly, to take rank among Soiling Carriages Direct should say; let them go free, while Aguitialdo made through Geti. If your bowels are const!- - 4 Inaurni aajtifuctlon-yo- or money bsct If you nrc the business places of our county. -x on the other hand, if they are MacArthur imprortaut proposals pated take Ayer's Pills. You Our complete lllumratcd cutalocuo. (ihowlns j Our population is increasing and .. x ' can't have gooA health im' buu Trnines. itemlktl ratm. '""oouipmenui. with rarn. deacrin. uwDKeuann norm guilty, give to each aud every one relative to the surrender of all the vcu nave dall) rctton ' improving (and I would just whis m Vt7Kn54('XIVV7 x uonioreocn, mailed free. bowels, c 25 cm. box. punishment according to the insurgents iu the Philhpiues, but .his CARRIAOE AND x THE COLUMBUS 772, Columbus, HARNESS CO.. per to our neighbors that it is only "Onolwxof.Vjfr'ii I'lll.n curuU ':y Box Ohio. dyspepsia." cimc, which he has committed. l,.l. C'Ar.mvir.r,. the Presideut will uot bargain with when this state of affairs exist, Jan.lVJM. Hatli.N.Y. . " : the captured Filipino chieftain. Wrlta tho Oatttow. A meeting of those in authority, that we make a step forward) and If you liavo any complaint wliaterer The Indiana miners and opera Wanted. To buy 3,000 hens uuiiid me lieu ineuicai aarice you Two men were accidentally kill- I think I .speak for RockcastU can poailbly receive, write tho doctor was held in Louisville Monday tors are said to have reached an vHll pay sets, per pound cash, eeiy. You will receive prompt without cost. Addresi, night, to discuss the advisability ed iu a coal mine at Crossvillc, county, when I Advocate improveagreement on a scale of tvnges and Da. J. O. AYElt. Lowell. Mm. AtBRiGHT& Adams, y -m w ment and it must begin on a sure of consolidating Centre College, of Tenn. mar-22-Brodhead, Ky. the miners will resume work. A A mob gathered to lynch a ne- foundation or the floods that have DanvjJie and Ccutral University, For Sai.r, A two story brick The .soliciting committees of iIk.- of Richmond, and make a high gro fiend at Ashland, Ala., but dis- washed, and the winds that have oQTTakc the Signal and get Association will re. residence aud a two story brick Interstate Fair class university of the colleges. persed 0:1 being assured a speedy blown and beaten, will sween atrain the news, all the time, from new their efforts to raise $30,000 storeroom. Address. . ' over our unccrtaiu structures. The seminaries to be united and' trial would he, held. over couuty mid State. ' i'or the 'premium list. Frits Krucgur , Men ; t. Vatmtn, VInothing-dMx-Smn- el moved to Louisville; the two colleges at Danville and retain, the college building at Richmond as a Collegiate Institute of high order. Centre College was founded in i8io;isone of the oldest institutions of learning in the South, and is known far and wide, for its thorough cess and tneth- ods. There is not a college any where, of its size, that can boast of a more illustrious alumni. Some of the greatest statesmen, "lawyers, jurists and ministers our country has ever known had as their alma mater Centre College. Central University, which was founded iu the sixties by directors', wiio resigned on account of the action taken by the former institution in the war, has risen to be one of the five leadiug colleges of the State, and is rapidly growing in popularity and importance. While efinite was done towards uniting the two colleges, yet, should it be done, it would give to Kentucky a college of which, she could' bo justly proud, and with the large endowment it would then have and the additional financial aid, which it would be able to secure, .by reason of it, would place it in a position to favorably compete with the larger institutions of the land. May the day soon come, when they will both be as oue. up-to-da- - 1 Gold was discovered in the ruband ber forests of" Peru. -- oFive hundred carpci..ers and Covered, Republican, was elected painters at Sharon, Pa , struck for Mayor of Evansville by eighty-nin- e higher wages. votes, A New York firm engaged $i,-- o Gen. MiicAtthur telegraphs that 0.000 in irold bars for sliioinent Aguitialdo has taken the oatli of ' tu Pans. allegiance to lite United States aftD'Oyly Carte, the iamous Lon-- ' er iii., friends who con imprensario, died at Lunbridgc have already given up that the revWells, England. olutionary cau.te is hopeless. L. 0. 'Coombs was drowned iu a Gov. Bee chain is again on duty mountain stream near Middlesboro. at Frankfort as Chief Executive. New evidence has been secured At St. Louis he defeut of the against Policeman Hanlon, charg- Republican candidate for Mayor is ed with killing Corporal Riclitei-kessin- conceded. Congresman Charles K. Wheeler A heavy snowstorm impeded has appointed William Cobb Keley, of Fulton, Ky., to the vacancy at traffic at Pittsburg. A. Eclntyru, an American jock-- e West Point occasioned by the resignation of Robert Quarlcs, cf , mas disqualified in England for Paducah. "boring." Two prominent Republicans had Former Mayor Paris C. Brown, a shooting niatch iu the court-rooof Newport, has transferred all of at Kingston, Tenn. his property to the German NationChicago's new Council is Repub al Bank of that city to go towaid lican by ten majority. the liquidation sf the defalcation of The pluriality of Rolla Wells, his son, Frank M. Brown. Democratic candidate for Mayor of Gen. MacArthur reports the sur St. Louis is 7,985 votes render of two more forces of insurgThe result of the municipal elecents, one consisting of thirty tions iu Kansas indicate that the 1&5 men, with 103 rifles, prohibition element is still in the and otlrer of tweuty-ou- e men with ascendency in that State. twenty-onguns. Gov. Dietrich, ot Nebraska, reGen. MacArthur has informed called his veto of an approptialion the War Department that the com bill. missary frauds at Manila are not of The Secretary of the Treasury sufficieut gravity to cause concern. purchased in New York $600,000 He says the press reports arc mis- additional short term bouds. leading. The Florida Legislature has a 1 special joint commission of seven to I'or Infants and Children. devise means of relieving the Su preme aud Circuit Courts, which The Kind You Have Always Bought are ovei crowded with cases Boars tho The Vanderbilts have secured Signature of cuc&M control of the Delaware and Hudson railroad Terms are being disNOTICJbO cussed by which the New York Central will takechage of the road. To those who are owing me. As The Alabama Democratic Exe- I have been sick for the last two cutive Committee is arrangiug for months, I am in great need and a vigorous campaign iu behalf of feel confident that every one, who the proposed constitutional con- intends paying me at all, will be prompt to comply with this notice. vention. April 5, 1901. W. A. B. Davis. Politics Politicians . r ifrwi'SrflTiWfTra h s iii"n : '"if. ; iviivi wiiiiik For Infants and Ohildyen. 1 11K1M learm-iu-iro- The Kind You Have Always Bought Vegetable PrcparatLonlbr similating As- thsFocdandRcgula-lin- g UteStoinachs andBawcls of Bears the Signature . g. Oiriuiri.Morphltic norIiucral. NOT "N Alt C OTIC . Promotes Digc3lion.Checrful-nc- ss artdRest.Contalns neither A jf lit ijSmSwt-lUntnyn- en Use For ver fThirty Years 9 e GASTQISA CASTOR -- A $aeae$erc a 'EVERY DAY IS Bargain Da;y;$ --- --- MEN'S SUITS WnOI 3 IO $5. From PINE HILL Haz-leto- n, COX BROS., 648 litf shiftless 3a .- &!S3S'B "&Jz "iSi.-?SiStA- 'CJ ss2iuyur How-ar&cas- e, $6o,-163.4- kSSIS r" Mm. ran d, y. i the Profits ',re You Get Jk . 1 ! I 30- a half-breed- s. i .Effl illmut-Istle- d. 11 o f y, I ifty Vtf - 3t J 2o-3- t. -. X - yt-- i ... ' m V7garg3Fi3giug7g3araaagTJxaBiafig3taiaigaoe;aia tui, s mmmmtmut.vMtm."jnmm Mt. to Vernon Signal Ky., Aprils, Dr. Lovell'repc-rts'ic"k. little Margaret un to-da- Can any one in Livingston, give Fish very the price of Ducks. Wjmt Is Up STAND. flowf J&item HaP . IRIt. VBRXON. E. B. Cox and u'rdette White1901, head are in Stanford John Magee, a prominent Livingston merchant, was here Vtfe-twe- en trains Monday. Mrs. "jlloUHVILLC & NASHVIllX A large crowd attended Mrs. Sallie Williams' opening Saturday and every one pronounced it to be the nicest displays of hats ever shown in Mt. Vernon. STOPS NEW STORE AT QUMM'fNS Frank Jones' 1. L. 'Thompson "spent Sunday until Wednesday with Mrs. Dr. Cooper, of Livingston. John D. Miller has quit the local TIME TABLE. freight and is now on the mine run ,'S4. north 11.05 a m from Livingston to the Laurel fefr'north 1:31am coal mines. 1:57 P"' 23 soith Mrs. C. C. Williaras'spetit several ,eU South 1:45 am days in Livingston this week 'dis' J as. Landrum, Agent. playing her beautiful line of spring millinery. lttmdtUM Mc. Ytro, Vy., Pt-fiJames Dolan, representing the V ncli nuklt mtlttr Redford City Tobacco Co., of Va., was here Tuesday taking orders MASONIC. jUbland Lodge Xo. 640 ineni 2nd 6a). from our merchants. iay 10 A. ,111. Drs. Cooper and Childress, Hugh Hugan, J. J. Clancy, George Doss CHURCHES. and Mart Hicks were up from LivCbriitin Holdi MrviceH ltt & 3r J Snndaj ingston Tuesday attending court. t"Il.m. and at 6:30 p. in. Mrs. Tuda Chestnut, after a JrenbyUrlnu Hold fenriceii on the 2nd pleasant visit of six months, to her mil Uh ."sunday, morning am) vening. sou Jim in Kansas, has returned to Daptlit Charph Services on the Second and Snnday. Sunday Brodhead to be with her daughter Saturday night Jthoolat 9 a in every Monday. Prayer Mrs. F. Francisco. netting on Tuesday ni)ht, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Ballard, of iffV Livingston, we.re guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Davis the first of the week. Mrs. Ballard went to Cove y Tuesday to visit her mother. 'Tlldgc McClurc continues feeble. Deputy U.- - S. Marshal Short 'Lytle Adams is at Grays station. went to Crab Orchard Monday and . "V. A. B. Davis is able to be up arrested Cris Langford, who was Sgain. brought here before Commissioner Krttcgcr went to London White, to answer a charge for sellFritz ing liquor unlawfully. Tuesday. Mrs Jones, of London, arrived. T. Short was in Stanford W. Monday and took charge of the yt'stcrday. Joplin Hotel. It is with much MissGcorgia Creed js here pleasure that we welcome Mrs. latives, Jones and her family into our town, Mrs. J. W. Rider returned from and we trust she will find it pleasUpton Tuesday. ant as well as profitable. Col. V. J. Sparks was in the J. W. Baker is in Louisville buycity the last of the week. ing his stock of goods for his new Miss Martha Ham, of Livingstore, which he will open at Livston, is the guest of Misses Coyer. ingston. His family left for that J. H. Dutiu passed through Sat- place yesterday. Mr. Baker is a urday en loufc to Hazel Patch, splendid merchant and a good (nit.) citizen, and it is with much regret J. T. Gentry, L. & "N. bmkemau that wc give him up. is spending a few days with home-folkRn.CO. c -.- THK COUGH AND OFF THK COtD. WORKS Tablets Laxative Bromo-Quinin- e cure a cold in one day. No cure no pay. Price 25 cents. For Salk. At my house, between Mt. Vernon and Brodhead, on the State road, I have for sale 300 bales of nice clear timothy hay, Which I will sell very reasonable. mar. L John D. Percbu.. 22-3- 'to cure a cold in one day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine All druggists refund the Tablets money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25CtS. 'Personals. visiting-re- Indictments have been returned in the Federal court against Sam Ward and his son, William R. charging Ward, of Livingston, them with embezzling postvo5ce money and bonds fixed in the sum of $1000 each. The musical, given at the College last night, under the coutrole of Miss Cox, our splendid music teacher, was well .attended and greatly enjoyed. The three grades of the music pupils took part and each one performed his task well and with much credit. For Sale. Bargain in 120 acres land one mile from Brodhead, known as the Jim Cummins farm. oottom 28 upland. Good 92 j Orchard, stables, never failing water. Will sell cheap for cash Call on L. C. Ayers April 5 3t. Brodhead. William Cunnagim, Who was under a 500 bond for his appearance at the February term of the court, to answer a chaige for killing D. Ash, but who failed to appear, was arrested in Alabama, a few days ago and brought here and placed in jail dn that charge aud also for the murder of Henry Idol, at Livingston, for which Jerry Lakes is also indicted. Lakes is in jail. Oiir jeweler S. C. Franklin, has on exhibition in his show window, a pistol, which Judge J. B. Lair and Mr. Joe Ramsey says they used to play with some 40 years ago. Long since, the pistol was lost, but a :ew days ago it was found near tfie old home of Mr. Ramsey, and at first sight both men readily recognized it. as, what d was to them in their days, their most beloved toy. College. The pupils receiv ing the highest grades atthe College foi the mouth of March, areas boy-hoo- Arbuckle Coffee, 2C Best Green Coffee, 2C Fine Vienna Coffee, 15c Lion Coffee, 12 Granulated Sugar, Light Brown Sugar, 5tfc itoc Best Dry Salt Meat, pure Leaf Lard Nice, IOC Goc Best Meal, in market, Best Patent Flour 65c Second best patent flour, 60c Best shipstufl $1 for 100 lbs. California Hams, per lb 9c Canned Goods, 84 to 10c Uneeda Biscuit, fresh per box, 5c 2 lbs soda for 5c Men's Hats 75c. up, Ladies $2.50 shoe, now $2.00 Gents $2.50 shoe, now $2.00 ; Men's and Ladies solid shoes $i.'25 Clothing, suits from men's $3.00 up. All grades calicoes this week . v Cheap v Store. 6c STOCK of II SPRING -- M "7" fat'ibarn Ha Lome Spring PATTERN HATS; 1 ISc6jkPLJSTE, Beautiful and ATTRACTIVE, aM see the NeW Stylefe IS 1 'I 1 Nobby andl Artistic Jtikt from the Cities with a new and beautiful line of - OLD Ladies, Middle-age- d and Young Ladics'and Misses Baby Caps and many fe . Hfl Laces, Ladies Mens Hose, all as cheap cheapest. Goods delivered part of town at your door. Saturday is my bargain Cummins stand, Livingston, 5c Ribbons, , ASTER NOVELTIES, Vt ' Hose, as the in any day, at Ky. EVERY one should have a new hat for EASTER SUNDAY LOOK well for your husbapd LOOK pretty for your best beaux SQ DECORATE our heiul with a " Beautiful and Becoming Hat. "" fl THE LIVINGSTON Mrs Lawrence Rose came frotn Pine Hill, Monday., Lee Tate was in town Monday, putting up his fences, Robert Burues and family, who have been very sick, are improving. Charley Bryant went to Junction City, on a business trip, Sun day. Dr. Cooper was quite sick Sun day, but was able to be out Mon day. Jack Smith and family have moved in the house with Dave LADIES from ajl sections of Rockcastle aie most cordially to come and'inppeijt these beautiful novelties, whether you buy or not. Every mother should have' sufficient pride in her daughter, to buy her a nice Spring Plat, that is most1 durable and serviceable. Every old lady and pompa'dour combs. und in style. should have a new spring bonnet, V Linings, stays. brush binding, and eveiy mtcdle-age- d aud youug hooks ana . eyes, braids etc. for married woman a nice .spring hat. Prices ranging all the way from dresses. 25c. to $6.00 and 10 00. Celebrated Straight front Corset, Nice Ladies Vests. , N Chiffons, Liberty Silks, Ribbons Beautiful silks, all shades, 50c. and flowers in all the new shades. 1" to $1 per yard. HATS. you jr will pay to travel many miles tc get a hat that is becoming IHSEAD. Everything ' hair pins, sjde combsback' combs,' new for the "bead, A SILKS. , Laces embr6id"ery -- . . r c. . Herrin. Capt J. B. Douglass, of Jellico, was a guest at the River Mansion, Sunday. j G. M. Ballard and wife went to Cove, Sunday, to visit Mrs.'s i i ' 1 .A' niotner, Airs. uook. Mt. Mrs. Wilraot i'oyiucv Vernon, visited her, sifter, Mrii. Sue Mullins, last week. ' Nelson Griffin, of Maretbur'g, visited his dauEhtanMrs. J. A. Mullins, a few day's last week. Geo. Pitman,, of Pittsburg"; was W C. Mulin town Wednesday' lins leturned home with him. Mary Edith and Bertha, the two little&iughters Of J. T. Blanken-:lri- p are Very sick with measles. Mrs. Lottie Pugh aud two chil dreu.oi Pittsburg", visited Mrs. L. 'C. Smith, Saturday and Sunday. Mr(s. C. C. Williams and Mrs. F. L. Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, were at Mrs. Cooper's Mo'uday and Tuesday. ; t . 'i A' ' Miss TiUie Nash, who has been J the guest of Mrs. Mila Pettit, returned to her home, at Wildie, Tuesday. Mrs. Sarah Odell has purchased the property of Jack Smith, on Roundstone Heights, and will make this place her future home. Lewis Dillioti has concluded a clerk's position was too confining, and has bought a spau of mules and gone in the log business. Mrs. Ida Webb returned to her home in Louisville, Tuesday, by her mother, Mrs. A. N. Bentley and son, Raymond. lientlev, the little son of R. A. . jSparks, has bee; very sick at Mrs. T. J. Ballard's, on Big Hill. Dr. Childress reports him some better. Quo VadIs. q-,-1. per yard. Fine Laces Glove! pair. I, 2c. t Ribbons in oil colors and styles. Narrow black velvet ribbons and to 30c. per yd.( black lace, the newest and latest styles for trimming all thin dresses.. Ribbon . ' to 20c, , y Elegant Gloves 35c. to $r per The very latest fad. NICE J s. Mr. Jim O'Rcar, of Mt. Sterliug, isvibltiuglhefamilyof Mr. M. C. Dead. Mr, Cromer, all Miller. citizen of Scaggs Creek died Mr. and Mrs. Thco Wesley left day of fever. to visit yesterday , LOCALS. aged Mon- - Ties 24c. to 50c. seHf you,.' Belt iiuckles, 25c. .want anything in genuine Lisle Embroidery Silks, 45c. per do. hose, in iJlackor white, give me a icall. skeins. , .... INDIA LINEN for waists, extra And don't forget that Tomorrow, quality. the 30th, My Opening. . Belt ' Petti-coat- s 75c. to $1.50. See our Ladies shirts. . . -- Belts, 35c. Gents Ties '. i :, if relatives. Wc-sr- , KILO'S Bmbrofdory at HOUK &. ADAMS' Big Store, Main st. Silk glad to be able, to report W. M. Owens very much improved in tftalth.. Mrs. Joe Poyntcr visited friends and relatives in Livingston the first of the week. Messrs. J. J. Towery and M. D. DcBord, of Level Green, arc in Louisville today. Frank Mullius, who accidentally shot himself a short time since, is able to be out again. Mrs. Schooler, after' a pleasant visit of several days, has returned to her hone in Lancaster. Mrs. A. E. .Ewers lelt Tuesday night for Ohio, to be with her mother, who is dangerously ill. J. V. Phillips, one of our good farmery of the East section of the county, was here yesterday on business. Mis, E. J. Capps and daughter, Mr. Joe Coffey spent yesterday with- her daughter Mrs. John - 3 skoins for 10 cents, MRS SftLLie WILLIftMS, OLD BRICK HOTEL, Opposite Courthouse. AIT. VERNON, KY. RalHsey. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Browu, of "Waluut Grove, visited her p.irciits Mr. and Mrs. A'. Pennington the firsts of theweck., J. Jv Towery,' who has bem iu Bcattyvillo for the past two weeks organizing a lodgcof tlhe Maccabees, returned' Wednesday. 3rt?. D.( N. Wijl wins 'returned AVcxJiiesday ' from Kingston, and Wilreport's, his, brother-in-laimproved. liam Upulwarc very much Agent jl. ALaudram went lo Pittsburg yesterday to see his mother, who continues very low. MrjAV.'lI. Pettus is holdiug down absence. the ljcys during Mr. Mrs.. Kate O'Mara, and family, of MiddlesbQrougb, while eti route will join tier to Ala , where-shhjfifbaud. popped off and spent a J...V.I... .. ..I. kit- ....' ' frv 1Tii.tI mz ' u;iii nun Js -" - " Miller. Married. Mr. Charley Proctor and Miss Minnie Reynolds, of the Bee Lick neighborhood, eloped to Jellico Wednesday night, where they were married yesterday morn- follows: ing. Collegiate Department.. Telephone connections, with thisi Minerva Price, v95 , ( oss'e Sutton, place Jellico and Williamsburg, 95 will be in operation in about six Susie Thompson, ; .94, weeks, aud with Barbourville in Anria Thompson, ' ' about 90 days. Bufdette Houk, '94, iiaVtie McFerron, 94 CouNTy Court. William In Intermediate Dept, a" $20 and cost on Holt 94 Prince Ad- ,' Geo. Childress, charge of adultry Maggie Hansel, , nd James 94 ams, Willie Hanks Chas. Riddle, 94 Winsted $2.50 each and cost for a Primary Dept. " breach of tfie peace. ' 94 Stolen. Abotit 9 o'clock Fri- ' Willie Frazicr, v ' Gentry, 94. day night, Tom Young, living ueaf 94 of hitf horses ; Leila May Lovell, Conway heard one, Scott Miller. 94 majejug an (tjnu.al noise ad the Large Quarterly Court'. barn, and upon going dowito see what ws the matter he discovered crowd attended court Monday. one wasgouc. He tracked the On the docket were several conhorsc'far enough to seethat it had tested cases. The case, of James gone towards Garrardcouuty, and Prcwitfvs: C. Metesser, ' appealed getting Charley Hcks, a near from the Police court, a peremp-lo'rinstruction was given for neighbor, tlito started in Search of AVtertraveling about Metesser The case of Susan the horse. Mullius, vs Bright .Mullius, the four miles, tuoy met John W. Harvc Nucklcs, jury fount? Ctl'e,, plaintiff; 'the Carpenter aim aside and a new both riding lh horse, with four jUtfgcnient was-se- t large midliuos o meat, which they trial granted to the delendant had btoleu foui an old' .gentleuan In the case of Gus Staverson vs special Judge, in Garraid CarpVnter and Nuck- W. B. Cromer, Mr. Staverson judge lcs were ordered to halt, and drop Short gave they had, meut for $31,07 ... .In the case of a 44 Winchester wlficli this thev did, but when Young the Singer Manufacturing' Co., vs started tJo get the giu, Nuckles George Rickets etc., judgement made an attempt to pick it up, was rendered for the plaintiff. wheu Hicl-- fired upoiY bun and although' Q''ite a number ol default judge- slightl lie escaped. Carpenter. as arrest-- ! tnents were taken. ed on t he spot aud brought here lhr ti t day and placed p ja;I . jU W,ca hey ge: through with them ;,, jg bounty, they will goto Gar Whlj signature li ca every box of tlio esuulss . viircj uji answer for stealing the old ' ut laxative Eromo'QuiniF"' man's neat -1 SPECIAL o - Vs"' - M A LI JF ( At Mt Vernon, Kentucky w TO PREPARE TEACHERS for the examinati.)n, or for any one desiring to review the Common School branches. 'f was-fine- d Prof, jjwer The Principal , HAS been engaged in this line of wotk and is especially prepared for it. TERM BEGINS APRIL 29TH. i Jo-co- y FOR Fresh Groceries of all Kinds, Near Depot. A. Bryant THE PEOPLE'B&Biaa "CiklJGIiSTOKE!! s ..l & yrrrzrzf 1 Marion Kooke manager for T. M. Thompson, a large importer of fine millinery at 1658 Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, bays:, "During the late severe weather P caught a dreadful cold which keptrne awake at night and made me unfit to attend my work during the day. One of my milliners was taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a severe cold at that time, which seemed to relieve her so quickly that j bought some for myself. It noted like magic and I began to improve at once. 1 am now entirely well and leel very pleased to acknowledge its merits. " For sale ' V ''"ico W b'SV Dr'-p-i'-- C. C. DAVIS & CO. DRUGS. PATENT MEDICINES. Perfumes, Stationery,' Cigans, Tobacco, . -- PRESCRIPTIONS Paints, (ils. TOILET ARTICLES, i urannMW ju.u ujMwg uwmmumm 1 901 ..' 8c. ADA Pvl E20TH CE TU 4 tooiim' r tHmv ' ,-- i sTARTS NT O TT!BWiriiagag3ngtKEH'i'mnrm-i.iTvi'i" lt.wfc,t : m a I I, .! . "MM '' 1 .jfA 'Uiinifi' ,1 f K J R ;" WITH a' Big List of Unheard 'ot eceived a full list Actually Selling Goods Cheaper Than Ever . 3ARGAlWS-;:"a , pring i . v.rt y i 'it Ah U&j MflH ' '.ifJt". . (j-oocts.-.-r.:- ' H t !v'C. j ft T)EA.D Carefully Every Line of This I ' Ad. and Come and be Convinced that Tnwn , in, :MT.. VERNON, : wear.. iiiriU iSm - 4f4M ' f HOME MARKETS. Corrected each week by Houk & Adams, Mt. Vcrnou, Ky. r Doots an onoes, w?fjf re'l festfMi.W.fctfK .... $ . Xj& CLOTHING, 1 Gents 'Fura.is.hings: m-Nic- Arbuekle's Coffee Lion: Coffee GrecnCoffeeio-i3jc-i4C-i5C-i6c i2jc i24c e!fS r ittm NAJ,KCr.r rzrd f ... . - ?... a su ....... i r f-r- l feiffi?? .r ni.'t-r" Uw i ?' J3. -. s Daisy flour per barrel $4.10 $4.50 Labelle flour Bacon, per lb 10c DauM Boone Soap; 3 cakes 5c 10c Star Soai , 3 cakes Rice, No. 1, per lb jtfc Granulated Sujar per lb 62C Extra Light Brown Sugar lb Gc Sprttp. Caramel, gal. bucket 35c 1 00 Shipstuff, per hundred, Calico, all the bebt brauds 5c Calico; all cheap grrles 5c & under 8y$c Can goods Clothing, suits, 75c to $15.00 Lard ioc in small lots: iocts in lb lots or more. 50 Northern seed oats per bu. 45c Millet hay on hand' Flour, No. 1, per barrel $45 " Belle of Lincoln per b'rl 4.00 nnm'T' suun w NICE w 4a I V0tfcw rtr. 4 Eggs per doz Feathers per lb t 9c 40 KEEP your'feut dry and save a doctor's bill, The best at Houk & Adams o lor the iarincr, n mechanic, laborer, banker, bargain. ftnd ifc toltheir wlvnntago to trade IWI and the dude, at all sorts of with us, as wo keep everything a farmer . fi I VI prices, to suit all in lit, style f mny lieej at prices that make competitipn blush. Saturday special bar- and price. & gains for our customers. St., feHOES 1 Dross Suits guaranteed to fit and prices tliat cannot fail to Clothing and furnishings there ismoond and invite all to come please. and look and obtain bargains, n Clothed in Style, at thc.priccs Houk & Adams aie selling clothing, men's fino shirts, collars and ties. LOOKING for a place to obtain bargains in Clothing of any kind, such as line suits, medium suits. .Suits to suit any ono in Boys suits of all ages. Step in stylo and finish and price. & Adams' and be suited. at Houk is not "fUEa clothing store, all. Wo keQp a gcnonll line of everything kept in general Renaefiiboif everything iu our store is a so cheap. We arc' the leaders ' .iiiniMi'i' ninUiinr Wear patches when you can got Clothing, of all grades .Hpring- - and ., O U J" da" O R 0 II AQ C ffrt r Eng- E DQ LRU $ Houk Adams, Main Phone No. 2G, 2It Fourth Mon st Mon- GENERAL NEWS. Acting Governor Carter honored two requisitions for the extradition of Tennessee fugitives. At Paducab Judgs Kveans held a man who passed a Confederate bill was not guilty of ''shoving" couut-erei- t. t William Delaney was killed while trying to commtt a thieft at New Orleans. ' The great steel trust filed articles ainehding its charter and increasing its capital stock to over a billion dollars. The President appointed Calvin Titus, the first soldier to scale the e 'wall at Pekin, to be a West Point Military Academy. at The Glasgow Iron Company, at Pottstown, Pa., raised the wages of eadct-at-larg- its employes. An earthquake during a reception by the Sultan of Turkey caused a panic iu the palace. v The case against Garnet: Ripley, charged with complicicity in the Goebel assassiuation, was called at Mr. Kditor ot the Signal: It at Frankfort and continued until Tuesday, April 9. has beeu some time since I saw t.--. iu si uruilKCU iieuc m uiav -- n.:.. :.. ..' t i county Tom Gregory was killed by Gig Owens. Neither was identified HilL 0ur little mima town is i still alive and continuing to grow, with the feud troubles. Cynthia Hurst, little daughter by degrees. Messrs. High tower pf Geo. Hurst, of Lincoln county, and Lougmire, of Cbal Creek, accueniany suoc ana Killed by Tefi havec!iarge of coal mined Wilhe Benedict, a boy who was , along uicdy aud are nlovi hunting for a burglar with the work. One hundred dollar.i was raised . The health of our town Us slight-conce111 the operahousc ; Lau- at . 7 only a caster for the benefit of the Clover- - jlj "Pved, to what it was shrt tme ' M r Geo- Dan port fire sulTere. s. still continues very feeble. The small child of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Griffin died a few days ago. Mr. Willie Sympsou was in from Livingston Sunday, to see home-lolkMr. Hightower will move Is destruction of lung by his family to this place, in the gro- - Jiif, germ, precisely near future. We had services here Saturday night, by Rev. Hartfield, oul dy cheese is destructio . . and Sunday Rev. Ewers, of Mt. i, uy l fc WW vi i. lit ill Vernun, favored ns with an excel- "" i.:n U . j wli win Liit ci in, vu.i lent sermon, PINEHJLL A Tkstimoniai. i'rom Olt ' COURT CALENDAR. land. "I consider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the best in the world for says Mr. Williams bronchitis," Savory, of Warring'on, England. "It has saved my wife, she having beeu a martyr to bronchitis for ovdr six years, beititf most of the time confined to her bed. She is now quite well." It is a great pleasure to the manufacturers ol Chamberlain's' Cough Remedy to be able to publibh testimonials of this character. They sjbow that great good is being done, pain and .suffering relieved aud valuable leves restored to health and happiness by this remedy. It is for sale by Theo Wesley Druggist. the Signal and get all the news, all the ' time, from all over county and State. ake ttay m cacn moiuii. Countv Court. KttPllitUre fltlQ All yK day iu January, April, July and October. Circuit Court. Secoud Mon day iu February, Fourth Monday in May aud Third Monday in Sep teuiber. Mt VttRNo.v Por.icn Court; Third Monday in each month. Quarterly CouKT.-'-F- ii .Undertaking. A full aud complete stock. orders filled -- promptly. Motto: Best goods and lowest prices. J. A. Mullins to Dl.mkiTixliip & Livingston, - Khntucky. i Son. Mulllnt,) , rt R.A, JONES DHNTIST, STANFORD,. KY. - The Veranda Hotel. 'JOSEPH COFFEY, PROPR., consnpiioi) 1 1 s Phone No. 48. Office over Higgius & McKeuney's s. Stanford, Ky., Specially equipped for traveling man, Sample room on first floor. Bath rooms free to guests. Rats. $2.00 per day. M.L-MYERS-', Store. P. A. Penaington, D. D. S.; M. D , .'-- v,; 1 ,.., 1 ot" I G.-- Thc largest irrigation canal in the world was opened in Arizona. .p the consumption. 11 Ycu' ' or can't, accordini v.on to 1 Thirty officers and men of Gen. Gailles' command in the Philippines surrendered. lhirglars cracked a sale at in Anderson county, and are being trailded by bloodhouuds, J. W. Winters, an inmate of the 'Ilopkinsvil'e Asylum; in an at suicide, beat his head almost to a jelly. " The comparative statement of L. ' 'and N. earnings and expenses for six months shov an increabc iu net earnlups of $444,031. During that period the road was operatecd on 64.1 percent, of its gross earniugs. The cases against W. H. Culton and Gteen Golden, charged with the. Goebel assabsination, will be c continued at Frankfort until the September term of court. Russia lu.s sent practically an ultimatum to China informing her 'that the Manchuriau agreement 'is not signed there may be an interruption of diplomatic relations between Rusbiu and China. A. W. Graham has appointed lfint Via President of the L. and N. iu place of iT. van den Berg, and is buccecded as Traihc Man.uigc by C. B. Coiupton, iormeriy General Kraigut Agent. Ash-droopt 1 b, 'u-- u : beein.. s , 1 yp tail i'i, ahsffl' c Attorney Hotel. Emulsion of cw rvl I,ivcr 'Oil: take a little '' ", t . ..!('. i Mi4.'.' It . ' akc Scott iSaa, WX 'tm- - vRla . mam SJM wl M vill receive prompt attention. Office room No. 8 in the old Brick 9 DEIMTST, Mcci.urk. J. W. Brown. N'W Cor. Third aud Chestnut Sts. McCLURE& BROWN LOUISVILLE. KY. Will he at Miller House, Mt Mr. Vernon,- Ky. All business entrusted to our care eruon during nil Circuit Courts. - SECRET 'SERVICE. Mt. Vurnon, Ky. ' OFFICE At the Rice property. . Pjionk No. 38. 5ENTIST, M-- i. i i i j AY A 4& It loocl Al i t acts ; ',1: as is a. casics't food ; Seems not to he food. tile &&0WS&Q&&aSii r e ! loimg women is Take more; not too iriuch ; enough is as much as you like and agrees with vou. Satisfv hunger with usual food ; whatever you like and agrees with vou. When you arc strong again, have recovered your strength the ' germs are dead : vou have' killed them. tliii. plctnie on it, tnVc.no oilier. makes von hungry ; eating is comfortable. You "row stronc;- The fjcnlillieln-- . ci' " The eatry into womanhood wrjucsi ume lor a gin. imik a potv into fatal complication. Tksi female troubles aw iilliutr rravevardt . C proves this. Wine Ot araui crtab-fishes a painless and natural menstrual fiow. When once thU imooftant fune- tion fa started right, a healthy life will usually follow. Many women, young and old, owe their lives lo Wine of Cardul. There is nothlnp like it to j;ive women freedom from pain and to lit young women for every duty of life. SJ.00 bottles at drrgjjbts. Mrual dfcordcrsstatted at that time soon nien- - CASES accepted anywljere. Only legitimate work taken. Attorncy-atLaGun ran tee's absolute fidelity MT VBRNON. .CY Collections made, On 2t:d. floor of to client. TheBankof Mt. Vernon, on Church criminal apprehended, attention given owing (loiRt Koasonablo to collections. terms. Address, C. C. w, Williams, "I Attorney MT. R,Q. Williams, -- at- VERNON. Law '" KY. ue-OFFI- shad-atreet.-Speci- ol Miller House, HUGH MILLER, Prop'r. ..." R. L. BROVN - "Detective" (Care this Paper.) -- ATTORNISY-AT-A- Headquarters for Cdrnmereial Men. at all iwijwtwi m lip ttair.s in old brick hotel opposite Court house. Special attention given to collections. Mt. Vmrnon, JBrOFFICE - Khi'tuckv " btfcihttmes -" .- fS.rorter trams.. tasto will surprise you, ycu havo not tried it, send fortroo sample, Its agrooablo If Delia H. Slrayer, Tully, Kan.. "1 fi have suffered untold p!n at menstrual pc tlods for a long time, waj r.srvout, htd no Appetite, tnd lost Interest In everything, I have taken four in fact was miserable. bottles of Wfcit of Cardul, with Thedfoni's Black.Drauqht. when needed, and 8 I am entirely cured. 1 cannot express the thanks I feci for what you have done for me," Ml v MUILINS HOTEL- KuriilHheil &': ',V. inter : fj -- Hotel Frith 1 . -- j CJ F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Located at I he Livingston-- , Ky. SAMfLK rooms lor Coqimtrcial uien. ' John Farmer, Prop. luncu riml CmUrt. wltli lCver.- - Conveii WiK. Aru -; drW. V-- KisaftV - ' - s-- L MONUMENTAL WORKS, " & 4 w .rfdfg , Depol.ar. Bodlieact, Good Meet KY Lively Attached Mi vy ifra tm'm ILasS Ut- TorndTlca in ores rcqalrlnstrcclaimroc tlou,nil(lrewi, elTlnrpyraptom. tlia i,&diua ildTleojr IMraitirioritiiltoCliBttanocsaMod. Ictna CoinpMif, CaattuuuoL'u, 'Xonu. '!SvZh lU7 -f all Trains, Day and Night Traveling Men mid Railroad men Solicited. Will for all trains. fur-lunch- es SCOTT & BOWNE, "Mow York! 409 Pearl St., Sl)o an'dSl.OO; all druggists. UM,1W1W!IM H irl IWIM17 of ti i BBMII 1 wi A Sn L In RuB 1 1 ff H I B I Uroilhead, Ky, Granite and Marble Monuments aud Tombstones., ALL .YORK FIRST-CLASSSATISFACTION GIVEN- .,- LU fROM OCEAN TO oc Houk & Adams, Mt. Vetaon, Ky Insurance Trinrlcj of" all CMl at tlie Signal vuivv. iiAl IblKUU.