You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1901 mou1901101101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1901 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V J ' rl v vV -, ?"" -- ii'i i" I iimim? ' ' ' ' . ' t i ' XI WOtoUMJS XV it''r... :'.t ,. ... , , II i. ,.I . SI I . '"' 'I . . '. . '! . Mi;. VERNON,' ROCKCASTLE COUNTY,' KY., FRIDAY, ...' - ..,.. NUMBER 3 1101.111 OCTOBER 11, 190l, i,Ui JW . lytt3PinMt33ai MRn Jfta"l)tc m i matorg. . ' iiMMrwTrmngr -. mimiiiii ,, ," TELL. MY 'FRIENDS TO BE BRAPE AND' FEARLESS. AND LOYAL TO. THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE.? : I ' nn . BR0? , Apples.ire falling off,very fast. cut- f ', , MD 1WB B iH&B WW A ki . B Most farmers fire .'through 'tiiitf corn. 0 " -- , -- . Mt. I.ee Middl'eton ""Jjl-'ti- it ., v.'.t Mr. E. T. Hamm is . in towii this ' STnWl DTI 1 V IIMOIILI L Sera WW ' . ' ""10 1 ' " B I ' v . .' "' " - v 'f&Wwi&fftf. '':! Vt ' is at' home - i.w.Y? .' ' we'k. Y' Ojyeus was " VL',,', 11' , in- - town, last ,'l,; Yields to the Demand of his People ' r,t -To Rati for Sheriff: ;- It- i THOAM OF MTr' VpNON. , !MT.ie'RNQN,:KYu.".'. . . of' -" ! ' There is but little sickness here ' it'this'vnting.' '''MisMaggie'Mullins . Mr. Bob Cllxert was in. .town Tuesday. ' . ,f visiting , .Dr.j Benton has- returned." from is' , . , 'J , - "t: '" 7; rrs ' ' His Card Accepting.tjie N.6miitatiit.! ) r !: !' t.r "'" 'i lfOPENKD " iQoO.J-- i ' '"''"? 15,000 Vick-Pre- s. J'-- . ' , - - ' CAPITA! STOCK, -" ' - - ( '3h: MARTIN, f Mrs. Katie Tharp is visiting rela ta'xesY'and execute your civil and J. T... Adams, Jonas McKenzie, Fiitz Krueger, made a ., . tives at this place. ( f 'criminal 'papers. "1 he county claims Geo. Livesay, Rod Perry, Vincent Boreing, A. T. Fish. 'Vripd.IUvfngston, Friday, lust. ",, ' Livih'gSton, lb our' citizens'' by the , allowed 'Mrs. Tom Leek,: of We solicit accohnrs of firms and individuals. Carelul attenMr,.;ack Mullins, of Bee'Lick, " .1 Fiscal courts will ''be phid' "ofF'as tion is'given collections entrusted to us. wasJivi'siluig relatives, near here, is visiting at this place." invited, to i dttr friends and patrons-rin town. ' ' spe6dilya's! possible1 and the road " Cass' returned home Miss Clyde "Sunday-last;;, :cla'irns'''will be sot Ued as soon as r3f. S. H. Martin and Mjfmily Saturday from St. Louis. o ," 'allowe'd each" year in" which the Mr. Will' Marlisburry, oi visit e'l his brothe'r,' av Brodhead. ' wbrk is done. ' ' ', is .visiting friends here. Sunday. 1. 1 pledge to th'e' voters qf this Miss "Patsy4 Ham,1 Jb'ne of our (Mn TUS, Fnth has moved up . ., , counly thVt I will' iioiiestly, fairly " ' KY-. C. prettiest' yo'lthg ladies, "'rfcuu ' Bfod- - to " 'H. Frilh's new residence. ' ' 1' ana p'oiiip'tly di.sc'harge each and " 'CapltaT 'Stock. 5100,000. Surpluo. ' $180,40i76 ..',,, . i .!.:.. i(,iasi oaiuruay. uciiu :i visit of D.auville, is fi. Mr.- Hd Dun.11, every duty connected "with' .the 'df- r Ouredjtqrthe, younges ,in the visiting liis father, Joshua Dunu. 'face.'of1 siieriff' and will render to Statcfj passed through . Monday on ; .Miss Belle Perry,- of Pjnc Hill, is them each yanr a true and perfect J W.Hdyctcri, W. T. Walton, J. H. Collier, M. D.Elrrior h'is return from Crab Orchard. visiting, Val Freeman, of this place. account of ihv' act's that' "iicy may Q.Rie'a, T. I5. Hill, S. H. Baughrriah, W, A': Tribble,-- " 1!luj 'teachers' of this' district ''nieets Rev"A. J. Pike returned home see for thepiselves as fo' "ivhe'ther or M. .T. Miller and S. T. Harris. fyt Brpdhead next Saturday-Let Monday,' But will be called again not the office lsbeipg properly con ' "!' soou; it beanylhiugnot less than a We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle, and adjoiniug ducted by me. counties assuring, them prompt and careful attention to all busiMiss Gallic Purcell paid Mt. Ver-shall If given the opportunity ness intrusted to usr Personal application and correspond-WfJfs..Rhodie Clark, who has been i?0n:a 'short visit Su'ndaj' and Mon ' strive niost zealously to show my ence, with a view to business relations, invited. ' - ' .yisiting'tfriends .and' jcelatives' near day. appreciation of this .high compliJNO., J., McROBERTS, Cashier. ,; JJcb'tfick'- boarded the" train Suu-ia- y ment by working steadfastly to the J S...HO.CKER, Pres.) "A Correction Miss Helen Far- -' ' uv: ' A. McKLNNEY, Ass' t Cashier. forPittsb'u'rg A . best interest of the entire county. tus was' in Livingstoii) instead of '.'."-'"',! '1 ..IT 'jelhW s' Messrs.. JX.rU. and C. C. Having accepte I now most earnestH ' of-- ' Mt,' ..' "; Vtjruon, passed ly beseech my friends and supportMr., Cecil McClary.and A. M. through ou'r. Uttle: "city" Monday Hiatt, of Oak Hill, were in town ers eyerwhere to goto work, for way to Richmond. lection which now seems ,as- last on their Sunday. 1 0 .. CI4A ?!.rr? r 'TGe njcetmg; elosed, here Friday .. .ia3it.'?'y J f ;T, ,, .,. Mr. John" Williams will soon ""l." night last, with twelve additions. oring F. Francisco's house to a ft,'AAAa J '"' '. " ' v:.!;.. It,wa,V,. great success.,. We can completion. , ., witU thepeopleshan.g.iye4bond f ..; jrtWk qt&ourv5Juabreeffq only, 'hope that time and OppoMr. S. M. Martin.-o- f Maretburg, .!,' "" rtunity will permit 'BfoLGom'bsto. accompanied-bhis 'wife,j,wsts.in. r. .. . . . r . l i4Tt; '.'TfeiW. A'MKMWJ'Mfmjfmti STEWART ; iW&r.Orfilfc.: ..'...-.tonducta-serje- " of meetings lor us 'rjw-- "" V.ery.aest.jio prompw 'cuiicptrine'; .wnyt";, fiM'5tS.itA,.p&1iJ4 T. ' ","iJ-again. ' . A large crowd' are. expecting-- to M.tf-MU'.iMMHI to $17; good, short yearling .'steers,' There villtbe a debate at Sayert-1- ' go on the excursion: to- Ginciutlati' ? Land, Stock ji.'yy fnf1i to nrflrlePwoji' ' il.'io:' TO -'''' school house uext Saturdav night. Satilrday night!.' '. -' , ; grade- ewes, ;':: ." tr '( ':'. if .VThe question is, Resolve; " That 4 '? I'gradeiewes, 92.00; n Mrs. John NewlandjhasreturnedKept in Stock. Order's by MailTclegraph or Telephone SouthdOwiv duck, 'JP7.50; Chris- home from a long visit :to Cincin?""!u - "U7V.U. .. k"j- "1 Woman diaS' due ;more county 'aud Garrard 420 cattle at Promptly filled.. .'ct's.'5'4srtvv''arid 7 liogsbrought tianize pud moralize the world1 than nati and Livingston': Vff' ' '' ' "to i' iriau". All 'come.' 'as the decision 4 cents.TTStnford.'De.mocra.t. ';pigs,,i$i6;"vVork mdre, $66; saddle , Miss Lizzie Painter accompanied ,hqric';"-'-$4wheat 70" ets'. per ss!asB2aisss:iKiBsssasiKXf3avss3xwa!eaVTamBB will be the destiny of man rendered Mr. Joe A. Cphen old Jt'week b- visited 'CrafrOrch-- ' hbuslielj H6t n,' $2' 50 and "his sphere in life. 3 ' iff the as regards .to Ben Gay; vof Clark county. 3 ard Saturday- and Sunday. ifield.Win'clm'Ster Denfocr-ati . r fancy i.,2op lu. feeding cattle. at!4, Sunday school at this -- place-" was Mr, JosU .Dunn has inpv.edj'tip..,tp cts,, Woodford Sun ' . vQSfl organ izeui' Fridav nicht. and as ;,., ? AY caw .... .' MYsi E. E. Proth'erbe's. oroDcrtv. Christ entered into . the synatfocuo-i M: J. Farris bought ?.o head of l" AE,.Albrightj.tidy4.b'ackto ' and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. on the ,firstdajf 0'f.theLeefc'. MM At my place,, betweeti. jilt; ,Ver- 'i , 106 pounc 'cattle of, John' Menifee.-o.4 ii.tjt j jus.oldhonie. Mt. Vernon, Ky. A T Lincoln county, at $3 5O' per nojti and Brodhead, .011. pale red Aouejkif Brod-- . iberri Wilmott. sajtuL1 have iiifi ..; liundred. 'Harrodsbbrg Democrat.1 cow, white spot on back .between fflBfi n trunk 'I iustructionT'alhie'ate'r'itfe Mead's nicest young mens t.yrho lias Corn buyers at tne nips, anqcienornea. nasDeen Nicholasville are . we' hav& Mrsilimi J?"nrcelfe slonr, lle'iFstay i'dff "'at Li vi n jfstoii was'pu at my place 2,br'3 weeks. Owner caiiTbe, n'o"":ressv ih$Hra'in"SU!id.ay night eh ro'utCito ofieririg,3 25 per barrd' lor the by provingjjropertyi inmcrintondaUt! it luc!can et same t .' '.. fv 3 , uuw 'is., '.''':v, 3 When ut.. .,, . ,., UAUisyaie,' and paying damaces. tnau a ' ,: ' ?f taken into consideration it is esti fl TiRPTJTT' r t ri"7 .your ii ine wiaow iiuicni mated tliat this priqe will represent htlmb'le servant had .the pleaSitre ;6f Hini'tifr-- ' hiv We'dne.'5davJ of last ' m ' $4 by spring r o Winchester1 DemoFINE HEA.USE Attached, r Can JAS. MA RET yisiting; Crab Orchard f'SSttirday ,week. T Tyenty.,gues'ts""wcfevpfes-?utraii- d juvnisi, Metalk Gaskets rind' liuve AND SECRETARY crat. last. On reaching thT stytidn, cnjoyed'theiiiselves hugely . '""" ' TREASURE. " '' Embalming done on short notice. ' L. Joseph purchased this week were met by M,fs;Rebecca Muilin's (besides a" fiii'dIirine'r1. She has on vConie aud see me, anything I have not gdt can get for" you' on first 42 head of r t n lWliF, nn'tiito '.tv'hiHl of A. S. Thompson, and imijteditdlyalH droye to' the p. We are pleased to. note that our '". 'qxpOrt cattle at $4.75' to' $5.25; .fellow, townsmau,, James;fMaret, 'ai'ti that leave the city. 'gar-'SeBaptist1 clinch, to ehjdy the, teach sh'e raised this season'' in lier liy wire Promptly Filled, er's meeting.Y",Twely,e. o'clock havwhich 'weighs zK p'ouhas:' j weight 1,465. Healsoubought f'2'5" one of the pioneers in the telephone movement, was Wv B.. Stipp head of good, cattle of ing elap'secff.fcWe Wef6 soop , ' unqnimouslV, Secretary . Poles for the; liVings'ton telephone and "B. Stephens, of Clintonvillejiat'. where!, we. "'of the' lCeniucky and' treasurer ;sKa2iEiSH2mcscEa2as fekQhanp6:.arei beiiur' cut iuidi the same pricet-.....CAlexander, J,, words, enjoyed' a Telephone Association at' its meet- i.:3.. UK kiugsaudqueea's '.dinner) together WUrj Willi u pualicii IU (.uuipiciiuu. bought 200 feeding cattle in Ifletn, llll 111 UIVCU3UUIU. vyklWUUl . Afc ;.-- ; .. - . r i ith,the'jl6vt:IyT shade and balniy fSubscribers there dnd. at Mt. Ver- tele-,- ! what cbnfi(ldnCe; breeze. .". Then returned' to 'the tnouwill Ue'able tb talk with each. '"c1,s" ' A'"- " people, who' haVe capital in- place 'oFraeeUng ' ah,d .awaked, the 'otlier,' without extra charge,, which . The orange cropdf tne n'brifoaeli- - vested in our Staid ttf the,'am6unt W y''',,i:' Wo ivoro fortuna.4e adjournment, then; cdntiliried Our' vi be a great couveq'jence.'1,' Art- ing season isestimattfdby 'tlfe 'De- - Qf lialf irrfliofn;'rfiave''m two and a ,.. e Jjo e::eluslvo : . . n Gcc!-inj- j ij journey tp, '.Qlteuueim, ' where we raugemems. ....J areaisu uc.niti ,uiwc partment at between' 'their secretary wlldVas one erf the iJht fir ehisj vicinity Jo tak ra Germans, for Brodhead to have a number bt 1, 600,000 'and ijoo.'oob' boxes, orig'imiVnoverS' geUiiig 'lip" tlie otoro fprtlvo fatuous tailor-Infl- . visited the Catholic services, which phbues"aiid be ji&or3fid Slfe same which will net the growersan aver- The organizatibu'back Jiif '.1898. of STRA7JSS BRCS., . . .....:,..... i !.,. .1, ... .!i.-- " K fi' age of at hast two dollars per box," bid 'niohOpdlVj the' 'tie'company, Chits&tio. Wo o.r now npwr tvirtiPAs'nriltnntdtnnnMdr wnwlifl juit ;:' yiy tt. R 5? bee ,bicecl J" t:hedstKree ybisiTATTACK. . '1 tholr newest shin! W3bn AlondvreturlTed l 'iWi srafiw.JrWi'iw yield of prauges years to reduce (heir price's, to lthin the Fiao Woolono, nrd ,. An attack wa, Jately made on C. home. v v.mirjuimu.. win v uo .micww, Kor.ieimiie nearer reasoir.wnerever ws nrgo ove'ry one intercstod iu.: .... ,:;: ; '" -the Independents haveroirie Into ' .. in good clolkoo to call and neauy. pruvcu iatu-Tot Causrt Nioiit Alarm. SSc1&rls;now plaiUedu groves, hefield The history of the ;old Uroo. inspect tiirn His .ri "One night ,my brother's babj flHV"K" ,his- kidneys l.the crop will continue to,increase lft Bell companies-habeen that of ex; .. luhiu rciafco tliti kind al clothes was taken with Croup," wiites Mrs. goiw luiuc ,.,. "w''li,-z- until it reaches etiorinous i5rb-- . . :i - loron aim ,..s..- mjuauw mm uui.uuui ;;-''.- " you Jllio to wear vSc cur-aiclC. Snider, of Crittenden, Ky., without great pain nor st in ato . J. " '"M cot a loot-noi- a i!i"'"" la.ilorod, perfect fitting, Hi '.'it seemed it would, strangle before chair except propped by cushions ' lidepartment that the glorw pf'FiQn- - the ludeuendems ,. ,, J. ,, , ar rr a dlstlnctivolyabovo theordin-ary,.ye- t vuu,Vi w v i"mv " ir"lone in a Oo remedy helped him untiUie.trl kda '1 ry'cvff we.could get a doctorso,..we .gave it asan ""Hat... "nt .1 fiirni house, a cross. prlcos a.ro no hlfihor it Dr. King's New Discovery, ed Electric Bitters which effected st.. postoffice, except at rates ' ?' you ha.yo paid far, infhen which, gave 'quick relief aud per- - such a wonderful change' thatlie ...J. A. ' fro,. . .Bros. ferior goods. Stro-usnianently Retired' t. We ahyay Lwrites'he feels like a new man J. ports the sale of Ben.B. Eubank, ,1 fe thJ at. jUBLrtvntoo oa.tisfactiori and l.- - .1. in the house to protect our 1 ins" marvelous meuicniu cures, aeceaseu.-o- .. .t-- i - .7f1i J ""' ri keep it uClquer.i.3:Ku..-.teiu.lits,tit;5 tentacles upon fa8te Hvo up to it. and wo unheal- children from Croup and Whoop- backache 'and kidney trouble, puri- - Sltendedjdn'd fair prices realig; free Ken'tuckiat:s. Read what 'the J Cough. biudsFupou ing! back it. Jti curee; ,111c ;of a fits the blood andj ongVhRftalea.f'e-'fOchronic'-bronchiatrouble that' no heaft'lr. Oulyoe atJllfDruggist s ing: A: lotfof mbuinaiir cpiYS.l.-- ijidependents, .or Home cpuipanfes, aud you ,,viu seel that, the nflisr young calves brought an average days of eXtortjon by the monopoly '.";'." """' '.VTV ivMiVrl trtAoVfMllt ;"Tii-: - Driior Rfrtrp. ' i rOirs Colds,falliblejfor Cppglis. .Throat William Dillmah was accidaata1, ,price.ot'aboutl:o;-somegoomilch , this old Common-cow.safc mmlbere(1 j iy killcdtjvhile, felling u tf.e.e. in Bell and Lung troubles. 50c and $1.00. fat heifers, 725 VenJtll $30 to $40; 5 gmssaajsjcaawa Trial "bottles free "at all Druggists, county. lbs., $20 each; yearling heifers, $15 ' ' 'T -- 'llbn' sister,1 aMBeeLick. Mr. Emmett Cummins ' ; MtSterling., r; ,. . ,. f Puns. Wi'L" RICHARDS, Cashier, ; A. K, EWERS, A.. Ii. FURNISH, Asst. Cash. - Lan-coste- r, , , ,- -. ' - v - . suc-fces- sf - -- ''' , 1 - Wil-Uam- s,, '' ".' . . ' To the voters of Rockcastle: r'i,?X'i'' i The citizens of this county lrrel v .n . u" spective of party or politics have lor more tuau two montns urgec upon me to make tne race tor the mV.i i w, ,U .,'r nnporiani omce 01 sneriu 01 kock-catl- e county. During all 'of"tliat time'I have' repeatedly ''refused1' tb live afc' I liave always done a quiet farm life'lu the' bosoms of my devoted family. The Democratic County Committee met last week and nominated ane which; was, wholly without any solicitation upon my, Tpart. In ad dition to my nomination, the request and'Hemands have .become so frequent and strong that they force me'to the conclusion that it my duty as an humble citizen to accept the call and make" the racet trusting and beleiving Hint a sufficient number of the voters" will go to work for my election' and ciown this acceptance with' victory. If elected I shallstrive to reflect credit' upon the county where I Was born and rhised'and in which I ' am so deeply interested. that question is If eleeted-a- nd i .7. biRECTORS. ;' . - - -- ',! , -- e First .. National if.' call-wli- en 1 OF STAFFORD, DIRECORSi i 1 ..,. . -. - y .nfaZ't .JlPJ i!j' . mf - UNDERTAKER . Mgta$& s '''' f '' t -- ) - ; - ''' - and-Cro- 0-- . - j " - mMmmmLws. Caskets, Coffins, Robes Etc: -. " M- - t.j r sf t-- , - BRODHEAD, KENTUCKY 9; Mr.'-Mulliu- s .V , i- - r.'-K- . . 4 m I . -- w LL Practical Utidertker f .. ,' . gjoffisncss;;'. . ?.-'''&'''- .'' Altss-JU?m- , Jarm-crratm- .,' - J .""78 ''''' " I D QfAfr '- - jluiv Pnlnfn unipiLLt . T t n, inde-peude- pt OR DERS . i -- -- . h,, 11 ..uXt . -- . ing.uwy4.n.TO!J; . 1 ni . fc- 'Attention, 0 ressSrs q-jito 1 XY'er!e-.-gree(e- d- 'by'--the- - I ,WJ 'r"." :.:r - . r. "-- , . s e IS&liaVb fiear.s a.td..nH..-fiuch.;.-ga- dla-p!o.yi- ng sarn-plca-o- 1 ! 1 'i. .. Sn-cua- s ..,,,., -- 1 y 1 f IflMww uiai.B,-j.iUuuw.i- b, i&sm..''Vlle pa.oads og jg-.fcni- 'iYT -- . -- '" tK'pXoc-tauu- s 1 l rr"r.'... IjOOX BROS, Oppo. (jourfchouc. d -, ' rtWtiiti, WIUMWHWW LSUUlSliJCm1 HM MtVernon Signal NEWS ITEMS Fire destroyed nine buildings in Friday, Oct. ii, igoj. South Chicago. The strike of the chain makers Published $yery Friday by at York, Pa., is settled. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. The trots at Lexington opened under auspicious circumstances $I.OO Tuesday. SUBSCKIPTfiON ONK YKAK The Grand Lodge of Odd FelAdvertising rates made knoivn on lows is holding its annual meeting at Lexington. application It is reported that Russia will familiarly intervene in the dispute between . Stkwart, A. called "Gus" Stewart, has accepted Turkey and Frauce. the call to run foi; tjip office of Nick Craig, a young farmer, Sheriff of RockcahUf? county. In committed suicide at Mt. Sterling presenting- him, we can truly say, by taking strychnine. The thirtieth annual reunion of there is ho more manly man, no honorable and upright gentle- - the Society of the Army of the vmore 'maii in our county than is he. He Cumberland began Tuesday. is not a politician or a seeker for There is a deficit of $25,000 on office, and has agreed to run only the Interstate Fair and, the guaranafter much solicitation and many tors will be cajlei o for this , earnest requests made by the peo- amount. ple generally regardless of their Another niunfer mystery was Heretofore he discovered in N.ew par,ty qffiljatious. York when the lias often been requested to run for body qfi a boy was OJFjce, but, loving the quietude and found in, a, bag. pleasures of home better than the Four sasn were killed in a wteck glare of public life, he has steadon the Mohawk division of the fastly refused all overtures until New York Central railway at now when the pressure on him to Oriskany, N. Y. run Ayas so generous and general, Phil Sheridan, son of Gen. Phil SQ.arnest and spontaneous that at "thy Sheridan, is dangerously ill with ljist,he has said to yjll be done." Is he fully worthy typhoid fever at West Point MiliIn the little tary Academy, where he is a cadet. tf yoir confidence? Two of the men wounded in the grave, yard where rests the mortal Judge John M. Fish is bloody feudal battle in Claiborne dust of written on the marble shaft above county, Tenn., have died, making More his tomb; "Go ask his neighbors." a total of six fatalities. So we say to the people of Rock- trouble is feared. O. W. Miller, who, it is charged, castle, if they wish to know whom we offer them, we say, "Go ask embezzled $100,000 of the funds of By them he is tho city of Sandusky, O., was caphis neighbors." known and by them he is beloved. tured in Havana, and will be He turns not to them the cold hand brought back fcr trial. or the icy glair, but he is ever first The Joint Finance Committee with the open hand of charity, ad- will report favorbably a resolution ministering to the wants of the un- authorizing the Mayor to borrow fortunate and, tlie needy, without '$300,000 to tide the city of Louisostentation or display. He is a man ville over for the next three months. of fine business ability, honest, "The .three Philadelphia newssober, and industrious. Should he paper men who, with .Barber Dun-labe cVepteiJ'.lie will not be the sheriff "kidnaped" and robbed the pro Of. any cliqueon clan, .party or facprietress of a" disreputable house,? tion, but. of the whole people. were arraigned and held, without Elo$& himnd-yoii,w- J ball. thadjiy you made huu.Shcriff. Henry Jyory and Charhs Perry, nogroes, were ..hanged President Roosevelt has in- delphia for the murder of at PhilaRoy Wilaugurated his now Southern policy, son, white, a professor in the law of which there has been so much department of the University of talk, and which most every one thought to be only talk with Pennsylvania. Sir Thomas Lipton says that if "Teddy," when he appointed Gov. the America's Cup is to leave this Thomas G. Jones, of Alabama, a gold democrat, as Federal Judge country he is determined to have it. in the Alabama district. If the It is reported that Emperor Wil"rough rider" sets his head to do liam is considering the matter of a thing, that, he is pretty sure to do. challenging for the cup. Richard C. Davis, former cashier POLITICS and POLITICIANS of the People's National Bank at Washington, Ind., was anested by The republicans, of Bell county, a Deputy United States Marshal on instructed for Col. D. G. Colsou the charge of misappropriating for representative. bank funds and falsifying the bank's The Sulton, of Jolo, refused the ledger. Congressional party, touring the Mrs. J. A. Witwer'was arrested Philippines an audience.' at Dayton, 0. She is susnected of Judge Barker instructed the the murder of fourteen, peasons, inBuck Varnon. October grand i,ury to investigate cluding four husbands,, five chil "wild-cat- " A poet has said of the saloon investment companies. dren, a sister, and fourruiembers of W. J Brown has resigned as different families in which she was that it is appropriately called a bar: chairman of the democrat county employed as housekeeper. A bar to heaven, a door to hell; committee of Pulaski, and Mathew Judge Buckley, of, Louisville, was Whoever named it, named it well. Warren was deleted to succeed sworn off the bench' in tk registra- A bar to manliness and wealth, him. tion cases, and Mayor Weaver ap- A door to want and broken health, president Roosevelt appointed pointed Mr. Charles A. Wilson to A bar to honor, pride and fame, former Gov Thomas Goode Jones try them. The cases of the Demo A door to sin and grief and shame. United States District Judge for the cratic officers were taken under A to northern and middle, districts of submission; those of the Repub- A bar tohope, a bar to prayer, door darkness and despair. Alabama. licans were postponed. A bar to honored, useful life, Judge Robbins at Clinton decidA door of brawling, senseless strife. ed that Matt Ayers, of Fultou, is Abar to all that's true and brave,the regular Democratic Nominee A door to every drunkard's grave. I for representative in the first legisA bar to joys that home imparts, For Infants axuLChildren. lative district. A door to tears and aching hearts, The Kind You Haw Always Bought: The cases against those charged Abar tq, heaven, a door to hell, Bears tho into Republican with breaking Whoever named it, named it well. Ctfc&ti Sisyiaturo ok primary headquarters and destroyThe stoutest and truest Ameriing ballots in Louisville, wore set cans are the very men who have for hearing on November lgi the least sympathy with the people LEVEL GREEN who invoke the spirit of AmericanOn account of ill health Hatison itennedy withdrew as Democratic Dear Editor: I have been on the ism to aid what is viciour in our Government, or to throw obstacles pominee for Circuit Judge in the sick roll for eight long years, dur- in the way of those who strive, to "Eighteenth judicial district and J. ing which time I've taken all sort reform it. J. Osborne, of Cynthiana, has ov doctorstuffs and lots & lots ov The man who is content to let been made the nominee. ; patent medicines and drunk a'most politics go from bad to worse, jestThe continuation, of the trial of a galluru ov whisky, but ail to no ing at the corruption of politicians; Caleb Powers, which was- called at effect, here I am sick yet, barely the man who is content to see the Georgetown Tuesday, will not be able to walk up hill and so poor or maladministration of justice withan immediate and resolute effort granted, uiAliiiig more than time leau that my bones rattle like outreform it, is shirking his duly, to to get the witnesses ready, as only' 6 of the 213 for the defense answer- empty bottles when I do walk. and is preparing the way for infinite Now I think I could be cured, or woe in ihe future. ed. d the.-people p, uesc-emcres---, greatly benefited if tv Drs. could agree as to my ailment for then I would not have to change medisun so ofen. I have taken 100 diffrent kinds or the same kind under a too diffrent names and cant tell which fur they all actid a like. I suppose I took fust & last 25 difirent "iues," sulfates, carbonates, elixirs &c, then calomel, and more "ines." as strychnine, quidinc morfine and well I have forgotten sum ov the most important (i e) those that came nearest killing me; and then Betsy has given me 40 diffrent kinds ov tea sich'as hoor houn, cat houu, bone set, sage sassy fac, and now she is tryin me, on yaller mete an I do blieve it is helpiu ov me too and cf she do cure me, her and me will go into the patent medicine bus and we'll want all the yaller mete black mete, May apple &c thai we can procure. Well my school iz the past. I have lost day since July 15th and whether I am blessed with the privilege of "rounding up" or not this my last attempt. For 37 years I have followed the profession more or less sometimes more and sometimes less, and every year I become less able, financially, to stand a drouth or a late spring. Our farmers, the soul and body of every land, are using every endeavor to save all their fodder, and they report corn scacely a half crop but with economy begun in time and practiced strictly till the 1st of May we may pull througn. Not much wheat will be sown in this part this fall; a short crop this summer discouraged the farmers. This should not be so; now is the time to sow large crops of wheat and rye. I suppose the good road advocates have gone into politix, or have become disgusted and hunted their holes leaving the cause to die all alone. "We are too poor" killed them. My friends this is only a weapon used by a few taxpayers of the county who scacely ever trod our loadson horse back or otherwise, for the purpose of scar-- " ingyouin to voting against-ttpeoples Since If began this article our worthy Supt, of schools visited us and after his regular routine of business he , addressed himself to the children for 30 minutes during the whole of which time he said something not only good but very good. I wish he could be with us for one day in each of the remain ing eight weeksof my term, lor he made work lighter and duties more pleasant. While it is a fact that fate has decreed that the place uow occupi ed by Mr. Davis will soon be taken by another yet let his hat be cast wherever it my: "He is a friend to eductain," will continue to be said by the teacher of Rockcastle county whether differing with him , on other topics or not. Very Truly I' Conway. CONWAY . RELIGIOUS. o Jack Mobley is now a citizen of Wm. Isaacs was up from'. Wildie, last Tuesday; Mrs. C. A. consumplion kelton was in Berea last Friday shopping. James Lambert and wife were on Brinnel Ridge, last Friday. E. Hill and family were visiting relatives here last Sunday. H. Blazer, of Scaffold Cane, was in. Mt. Vernon last Saturday. J., M. Nave was ic Mt. Vernon last Monday pressing business. .,W. H.' Jones and Wm. Huff yrerehere from Wildie, last Sunday. .Old Hard Nut is hollowing, h h for A. W. Stewart, for sheriff. , Mrs. Palina Shockley, of Berea, was herelast week, visiting relatives. Leon Lisle, of Elkin Station, is here visiting his uncle, Jesse Dykes. ' Thompson McGuire was at Goochland last Saturday, visiting relatives. Jesse, Dykes and M. H. Jordan attended court at Richmond last Monday. Miss Martha Bales was in Berea to see homefolks, last Saturday and Sunday. Ed Lakes moved from this place to Malery Springs in Madison county, last Tuesday. Mr. Bert Codington, of Berea. was visiting relatives on Scaffold Cane, last Sunday. There is a widower in this part, that is red hot to marry, send us a single her at once. Mr. and Mrs. John Black, of Hudsonville, 111., is here visiting friends and relatives. Jesse Dykes attended the funeral of his cousiu, J. E. Dykes, at Winchester, last Sunday. Mr. James Bickuel was here last Friday and delivered a car load of fertilizer to the farmers. "Wg, understand that Dr. R. H. t Lewis! of "Wildie, has" 'invested fifteen cents in a hitch rein. J. A. Lipps, of Spencer, Ky., is here taking leases for the Producer's Oil, Gas and' Refining Co. Joseph Johnson was here last Saturday and bought some nice cattle from M. H. Jordan. W. B. McGuire moved from Goochland last Monday, to Dr. R. H. Lewis' farm, near here. Old Jack came around last Friday night and caused the beauties of summer to droop their heads in sorrow. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Vires, of Scaffold Cane, were the cuests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sigman, last Sunday. Mrs. Laura Jones was up from Livingston last Saturday, to see her better half, who was very proud to see her come. Mr. Henry Hamlin was very badly scalded at Roundstone. last week, but we are glad to note that he is improving. r Rei'S. Combs aud JjlYllll'MVM, , closed the .protracted meeting at is, by no means, the dreadful . Marethurg Saturday night, with it iiscasu u u uiuugiu additions. 1 the beginning. Appointments of ininestcrs mnde It can always be stopped by the Kentucky Conference, for '.n the beginning. The trouble' the different towns in the London : you don't know you ve got district. it; you don't believe it; ynu. Presiding elder, C. F. (Dtiey. won't believe it till you are Middlesdoro, C. L. Bohon; Pine-villThen it is dangerF. B. Jonet; London, F. T. forced to. Mclntre; Mt. Vernon, to be suppli- ous. Don't be afraid ; but attend' ed; Pittsburg, G. G. Ragan; Irvine, M. F. Moores; Catnpton, D. E. to it quick-- - you can do it yourBedinger; Frenchburg, to be sup self and at home. plied; West Liberty, J. J. Greening; t Take Scott's Emulsion of: Tackson. M W. Hitler: Hindman.i Cod Liver Oil, and live careto be supplied. fully every way. Rev. A. J. Pike, assisted by Rev. This is sound doctrine,, Win. Kuykcudall closed a 12 days' meeting at Gilead church, Madison whatever you may think or county, which resulted iu 20 addi- be told ; and, if heeded, willt tions; 15 by conversion, five by save life. Mr. Pike letter and restoration. If you'havo not tried It. send for froo sample. Its aoreuable tasto will has been pastor of Gillead church SCOtYBOWME. Chemists. for 12 years and has baptized) 250 409 Poarl Stroot. .. , Now York., 500. ana si.uu: an urutfmuia. persons into that church. Rev.' D. George S. Savage, of Winchester, is in the 87th year of his age. He entered the ministry in D835. He says: "After al, I consider SPLIT SPOKES the 32 years' work as agent for the Forest Hickory i'A on heart, itV American Bible Society for Kendeep, 28. in. long all white, tucky and Tennesse as the grnt $0 perM. work of my life." And surely it is Forest Hickory i on heart, a work upon which a man might 28 in. long, all Redy $4 per M. well look back with profound) gratitude for in those years be Forest Hickory 2 on heart, 2 deep, 28 in. long, Red or supplied 153.397 destitute families , $8 per M. White, ' 41,947 destitute adults and 12157,1 on Hickdry 2 s .1 i.:i.i ..!i. t.- o uuuuc iuuuicii .wuii me- oenp- - Forest jn j0URf Red heart, or Whjte tures aud altogether distributed!1 and Red, $12 pef M. 1.278,885 copies of the Word of Forest Hickory 2 on heart, 3 God. He received aud faithfully deep, 28 in. long, Red of White and Red, $17 per M. accounted for $946,972.25 of the society's money. In the ptosccu - , etves Hiakarey 2 on Heart, 2 deep, 30 in. long, all vhite tion of his work he traveled 525,-27- 8 2ndigrowth, straight gjaiu-d- , miles. Interior Tournal.' free from all ijefects, $20 per M. There are plenty of scoundrels 232,.second growth that always ready to try to belittle re- isnotalUwhite, $10 per 11 rorm movements or to bolster tin ' existing iniquities in the name of 2nd Growth Hickony Butts, 5 in: and ovar in- diameter, Americanism. ic. per inch. Hard, brutal idiffcrence to the 2nd Growth Hickory Butts, io), Lit, right, an equally brutaf 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 in and as to the inevitable results over, in diameter lJ&l of coiruption and injustice, are per inch. baleiul bejond measure; yet they DOUBLETREE BILLET3, are characteristic of a great many' ng 3 per MV Jj Americans who think themselves 25 74 7 "' ul, nprfepMv rKniMiih! nnrl rhn nr rnnsuWrf tlwluin;. nrn5n,rn,K 2 X 3tf. 38 in. tag 20 utwupvi VUU vwafasvvw men by their easygoing fellow 2Ji x 3, 30 in. long 18 TO be delivered on yards becitizens. tween Stanford aue Hazel Patch, jb Wanted. To buy 150 bush and 011 the K. C. Railroad to ConL. L. JARRETT, els of dried apples, will pay 2i to way. Inspector. cts. per pound. Must be clear BRODHEAD, KY. of any cores. sep 27 Houk & Adams e, - WANTEDL I .:..... ( - short-sightedne- ss ;, 1 2i A. Cough "I have made a most thorough trial of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and am prepared to say that for all diseases of the lungs it never disapAyer's Cherry Pectoral wont cure rheumatism; points." J. Early Finley, Ironton, O. Jt won't cure dyspepsia; we never said it would. we never claimed it. But it will cure coughs and colds of all kinds. We first said this sixty years ago; we've been saying it ever since. Tbrte tlici t 25c, Mr. Scott Ueldou has bought a small farm from the heirs of B. C. I CASTOR A - Richardson, near Conway, and moved to it last Friday. ftorthcut. of Valley , Dr. Elmer View, was here the latter part of last week, looking after oil and gas leases in this section Me contemplates starting a drill 111 this part in the near future, forthe purpose of discovering the hidden mysteries of old mother earth . " " Ids SiwItJI Koss is (; is i 5tt, tl. All inttl. tk CoDiult yonr doctor. It h mti it, than do as lie ?. If bo tells you sot to talc It, then don't Uko It. lie knows. Lcsto It with him. We are willing. J. C. AYEIt CO.. Lowell, Vast. (iMWH ri Sf.a.rAn el Mm and Wmt MlfMtu i tk.mmn by Suslnoss tr aw nseBsubsr x Education! kcXiSKaW-- t mmdS TZiKjH.'.IlV.'.a uHBflBR4j?l ! a tBi , 0ltf4il Iktt JiAtoL IVrlit forS n4MMHMHMHHBJMkaMaBHalBaa -- Lockyear's Business GolfeioB 1 P..M...III. I.JI. y ..n.Hm www GO TO- - JONAS .MCKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. MerehaiKhso BEST GOODS AT B&WEStf PRICES. 3"t?J53' Dry Goods, preiorvcn nnd On Jellies pickles, athlncoatlnrof for Everything in Clothing, Boote anch Shoes, ana Goftoral spread PURE REFINED PARAFFINE Will keep them absolutely tnolsturo and acid proof. uterul In n ilocen other ways about tbe bouse. Full directions In each packaee. Hold everywhere. K"i-RJ- Insurance yourrlficiuses insured in tho OLD RE-LIAJ&L- - STANDARD Oil. CO. wr "a Agency. HAVE S. ALBRIGHT, York E. New Call at Signal Office, E TTndr.mVriinr AGENT. Mt Vernon, Ky, ama l - LtiHGUGH "mm 31 -'lH. W. C. and John '''Mullins,' and 0 John Magee' were in Mt. Vernon, Coal' oil has been found neiu Bee Monday. KENTUCKY. Mt. Vernon, Ky., Oct. ix, 1901, k'ck creek. Mrs. Mary McCarty, of Lebanon, 1 today. COMEtomor- - U w P. Dsad. -- the is visiting her sou, Gto McCarty J- w rhilrl MA ir J j row. UJAlli anytime." I li 1 J of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crate, livinr nnd family. iJut iqr your own inr neaa the Sulphur spring, died Mon XhemT Mrs. Marsh Owens, of Marets-bur- terest, be sure to come. day mdrning of scarlet fever. DON'T BUY FROM US until! is visiting her daughter, Mrs. you've looked around, if .you pre-- ) Louisville 4 Nahvillc n. n. Co. J amtjs Taylor. Arrijstkd.- Deputy Sheriff Tom fer it that way, but in any eventji Nicely arrested at Livingston last Dr. Pennington, Mt, Vernou. don't fail to see US before youM TIME TABLE. It is as important to have your was the guest of Dr. W. D. Chil- Duy. Saturday night, Charley Durham, Corrected Each Week By 34 north a m charge with 11.05 shooting W. T. Mul-lin- clothes approved by others as by dress, Tuesday. C. H. FRITH. Wc will save You Time and Money, 26 ubrth ,. 1:31am yourself You not only want your John Brown and wife, and F. L. Can goods, S4c 2 lb Rolled Oats, Arbuckles Coffee, 2& south garments to attract uttention but i:57 p ni Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, wexe 5c Lion Coffee, S.'W. Prewitt, the veteran butch- you 25. South 1:45 a m want people to admire them. here Tuesday., XXXX Coffee, er, has reopened a grocery store Tas. Landhum, Agent. You can fulfill these conditions by 10c to and butcher shop in the Welsh leaving your Mrs. Cal Mullins,. of Mullins CLOTHING, SHOES, Good Green Coffee, order with Cox Brps. Flour N. S. per bbl, $4.40 HATS, DRY GOODS, Mail street, at railroad litirtdatthtUk Vernwa, Kj ic stand, who have the exclusive, agency Station, visited friends and rel- 1 .V. Flour Mt. Belle, $4.00 mall mitttr AND NOTIONS. urussiug. rnone No. 2. here for Strauss Bros.. .Chicaeo. atives'here last week. Flour Plain Family, $3.00 kMiss Meadows was the STOPI'S THIS COUCH AND WORKS famous tailoring. Pufc Boa On Ton Granulated Sugar, 16 lbs Now is the jime MASONIC) $v.oa guest io'f 'her sister, Miss Ida Rose, to- order your Fall clothes. OKK THE COLD. Asbltnd Lodge No. WO meets 2nd SaturHu S?nlliTiii Vrwi an firi n Light Brown Sugar, i7lbs$i.dd day, 10 A in. at Thf: Mullins Hotel, Suudayr e Laxative Tablets JJV ZJCIIMlz JLUU 01 L lu Syrups per gallon, Debate. "Resolved; That amVERNON II A. CHAPTER, No. 30c &rUT curse a cold in one day. No cure bition Mrs." Jalia Corneilus, of Berea", tvery FOURTH MONDAY has been a greater vice tljan IOC Cakes of D. Booue Soap, iy no pay. Price 25 cents. 1 8c virtue," is the' subject ' which was is the guest of her sister,1 'Mrs. JMcom. J Coal Oil best per gallon, Lauta Jones at Mrs. W. T; 'Calico best Grades, 5c CHURCHES BETTER GOODS Sold Out- .- Mr. G. D. Ander- debated at Oak Hill school house r rttTftUn A'KiAJJiS t iyUWUK. nnrnvtn ChnilUn Holds lervicen 1st & 3rl Sundaj son, of Crab Orchard, has sold his last Saturday night, with Willie Al ILL PAY HIGHEST price We are having some scarlet fever TT ,T -- r.T , . and at 6:30 p. m. ttlla-m- . I e stock of goods to Edmiston Bros., Krueger, Eugene Mullins and FOR COUNTRY PRO- Prebjrter!an Holds services on the 2nd Houk, for the affirmative, in this oart of the county and it is . DUCE. GET ELSEWHERE. and will be moved to their stand and' 4th. duaday, morning and tvenlnj;. and Brent and Cecil.McClary and leared that we will haVe'a great deal , near the depot. ' more. Baptist Chuoah Services on the Second Albert Hiatt for the negative:.' The Saturday nlgBt ' ind Bntfday. Suuday The MuHius Hotel, now run by judges C. C. Davis, W. Al "Carson Geo Reynolds and family, Mr. School at 0am every Sunday. Prayer and Mrs; Ballard 'Mullins spent. W. T. Tubbs, has put on new life, mestin pn Tuesday'rtiRhis. and Joshua Boreing, Jr. , being un- Sunddy with, friends at Hazel ' and with the excellent rooms furn- able to make a decision for either Patch. ,:..r . ished and delightful meals served, side', divided the honors. PERSONALS Each Afrs. Anna Laaley, of' Stanford, it is a most pleasant place to stop. one of the boys did well, and shoW-e-d was called' here, Tuesday.' ton acMiss Ellen Butner left yesterday a rdmarkable ability as speakers. count of the serious illness.of Mrs. TO CURJt A COLD IN ONE DAY. THE man who says that, forgets that paiuting properly doue for Cincinnati. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine The violin solo by Earnest Ewers, Tom Lasley. is economy, and the fact is he can't' afford NOT to paint., Dr. John M. Williams went to Tablets. All druegists refund the added to the enjoyment of the occa HOW often you require to paint is largely dependent upon Shannon McKinney, W. C. Mul Louisville Monday. money if it fails to cure. E. W. sion. the paint you use. lins and C. O. Bryson, left WednesMrs. G. W. McClisre is reported Grove's signature is on each box. TEACHER'S ASSOCIATION. ' day morning for a grand fishing Sherman-William- s 25CtS. very sick this morning. trip up the river. The Rockcastle county teacher!, We are glad to report Walter They are the most economical paints you can use, out last others. In County Court. Thomas Mr. aud Mrs. Robert Ludgate, of because they cover most and wear longest. Add to this their good Turpiu much improved in health. Wren was fined yesterday, $10 and association, for the Fourth district, Galveston, Texas, and Miss Dollie appearance, and you have perfect paints THE SHERMAN-WILLIAM- S Judge J. W. Alcorn passed cost for preach of the peace, and $1 will be held at Brodhead, Saturday Smith, af "Level Green, are guests PAINTS. through Monday, to attend court and the cost for drunkenness. Geo October .19 1901. of Mrs. Jack Smith. They are made for many different kinds of painting. WhatPrqgbam. Farris was fined $5 and the cost for at London. ever it is you want to paint a house, or anything in or out of the Mrs. Fairfield and daughter, who house we make the right paint for that particular purpose not one Mr. A. Pennington was in Lon- failing to work on the county road. Devotional Exercises D. R. Gentry, have been visiting Mrs. Alvin Welcome Address J. Boreing, Jr. slap-dasBY mixture for all. don Saturday as a witness, in a Magistrate. Mr. J. M. Rey- Response J. J. Ping, Raines, returned to their home, at C. H. FRITH, land suit. nolds, of Disputant a, has been ap- SchoolManagement S. H. Martin, Ft Wayne, Ind., Wednesday. BRODHEAD. KY. Mrs. G. S. GrifHn returned Mon- pointed Magistrate of the second Recitation Miss Minerva Price, James Argenbright, Mrs. Sarah day, from a visit to relatives at district, to fill the vacancy caused Reading discussed P. H. Shutts, Owens, George Samhrook aud Mrs. -THEby the death of 'Squire James Gat-lif- f. Spelling, How taught J. B. Cum- Mary Hayes, who have been on Pittsburg'. Mr. Reynolds was in Tuesmins, the sick list have about recovered. AMERICAN Ed Short has returned to Landay and made his bond. Recitation Mrs. Emma Price, of Lexington, Miss. Battie Wilmot, go to work for the Bastin caster to (Incorporated.) and Mis. Fannie Mahaffey, of Noon. Telephone Co. Our telephone exchange will CAPITAL STOCK $25,000 00 Prof. Raymond, Berea, Maywood, are guests of their parMisses' Sallie and Ehima Hixon', have, a new switchboaid by Nov. Lecture RESERVE SURPLUS 125,000 00 Argen-brig" Miss Mpllie Brown',' ents Mr, and 'Mrs, Dave of Loudon, ate visitiug their cousin, 1st., when ah improved "service Essay if AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200,000 00 '" mill be given. New subscribers How interest Primary Pupils ..An Miss Emma Penuiugtou. Address all correspondence to drew Cress, Mrs, James Gray and daughters, Rev J. C. Carmical filled his are being added, a new directory ' "" Debate. Misses Lena and Aela, of Alabama, regular appointment at Preachers-vill- c will be issued as soon as new board Subject: Resolved. That ambi who have been guests of Mrs. Geo. is placed. New all along. LEXINGTON, KY. Saturday and Sunday. tion has been more of vice than of Pope, at the Eight Gables, have GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS. . V C. and J. A. Mullins and $2,000 Bond. Willis and Wyatt virtueJ. returned home. John .Magee, were here Monday Allen, charged, with the murder of Aff. Neg. Mrs.. Robert Gray and Son looking after some matters in Squire James Gatiiff, had tbir trial J. Boreing Jr., J. J. Piuk, Frank, and Mr. and Mrs. Will court;. Saturday and were held over under Willie Owens, J. M. Craig. Mcintosh, of Covington, were the FOR a $2,000 bond each, which they Recitation Miss Maggie Walters returned Clyde Watson. guests of Mrs. Sue Mullins, the Staple and Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods ATT Wednesday from an extended visit gave, with G. S. Griffin, Albert J. Boreing, Secy. tXLL, IrinHo Ul and Notions, Boots and rthoes, and all latter part of last week. lilUUb to friends and relatives at Pitts- Allen and Jones Fish as suieties. Red Men. The public installaJudge R. G. Williams and our goods found in a general store burg. To Buffalo. L. & N. of- tion of officers and supper, given Editor, E. S. Albright, of Mt. JUSTbytheDepot WIT UERN0N, KY. Uncle John Brown has returned fers the extremely low rate qf $1 7 by the Cataraugus Tribe, No' 36, Vernon,, were guests at The Multo Rockcastle to spend some time for the round trip, to any one, Red Men, of Livingston, on last lins Hotel, Tuesday, evening and with his children. PfeachersvilJe who wants to see Buffalo and the Tuesday evening, was jindeed a also attended the Batiquet at The Cor. Record. an opportun- most enjoyable affair. At 8 o'clock Eight Gables., great Ji. K. and A. M. Kinnard, two ity which every one should take the Indians with a number' of inCataraugus Tribe No. 36, of Livsplendid geutkmen from Middles-boroug- advantage of, who can possible do vited guests, assembled in their ingston, issued invitations to a spent several days in our so. f For further information see .wnjwam, and began the the in- public installation of officers also a stallation of th following officers: Banquet- which was Served by week. tawp.-thiticket agent. t r'j W. C. Mullins; iem; J. A. Laudlord Pope Frs..,K. A. Welsh and eti idren Of the Eight S. S. Convention. A fairly Mudd, Senior Saga r; D. S. Mc- - Gables, Tuesday Oct. 8th. from a week's visit- - to rereturned Sunday Kinney, Junior Saga or; Dr. J. G. latives aud friends in Louisville. good crowd attended the A jolly crowd 'com posed of Mrs. .School convention, which met here Lucas, Chief of Rec rds; J. H. Monday morning. Sue Mullins, Mrs. Robert Gray and Interesting talks Dickersoni,. Collect last Saturday. .Wampum sou', Mr, and Mrs. Mcintosh and Drt Percy Beuton was here Were made by different ones, on and J. C. Hocker, eeper,of,Wm.- - Mrs. Monday; and told ua that he would Sunday School work. Mr. Jams Bttnn, went up on J. R. pum. The appointed .officers were, leav'e'abbut Dec. 1st. for .Europe, mountain Saturday afterStuckey, of Livingston, the great W. T. Merimee, First Senuap; C. Wildcat noon, and report a lovely old time. to tiegbne several months. place for Fair Dealing and Sunday School worker, was pres L. Stark, Second Sennap; 'V. T. BEr-Tl- ie Whatever mother does, is always Vj Prqf,. A. E. Ewers left Monday ent and took a very active, part. Brooks, First' Warrior; T-- . M. Grif- success, even in entertaiuing un-u keeping on hand what you want for Greehburg to attend a meeting fin, First Brave, W.' R. Dillion, Jr., expected company and especially are Agents for Horse Shoe brand fertilizers, The Bastin Telephone Co., has Second Brave; Charles ,.. Bryant, of the Presbyteria, and from there little children. iv WV& farming implements, shingles, coal, hay and Wednesday to attend placed excellent poles ou the Public Guard of the, Wigjvarg.id F. Lf; to Lebauon, Anything you want, come to our corn. Square and principaHtreets, none Thompson, Guard oftjhe Forest, , What's Your Face Worth? the Synod. a totune, but never, Big supply house and be convinced. Sometimes being tinder forty feet The new Sachem, W. C. '.Mullins, Mrs. Henry Tharp, of Loretto, of them high. They are chestnut and very Dr. Lucas, aujj Attorney J. W. if you have a sallow completion, a aud Miss Sallie Purcell, of Brod-heatrornX Rockcastle Brown, made ;sliovrt talks,,, on,, the jaundiced look', moth patches and spent Saturday night with smooth and blotches on the skin, all signs of They cost onu average good of the qrder, after, which, their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. straight. Liver Trouble. But Dr. King's of three dollars each, deUered in everybody was invited,, .to, the James Houk," ' Pills give Clear Skin, New Life town.' Thevcamtf from Rockcastle Eight Gables, Hotel, where some Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown went county. delightful oyster soup, was,served to Rosy Cheeks, Rich Complexion. Lancaster Record to Livingston Wednesday afterT IZ Shelves are groaning under the loads of goods about 100 people. Loiig may the Only 25 cents at all Druggists Drug - to suit the general trade. -- J noon, to attend the public installaMr. Jas. I. White and family left Cataraugus Tribe of Red Men. live Store. tion of officers and supper given by Tuesday for Lancaster, where they and. prosper. Q of all grades, hats and caps, clothing, ovor-- C tlw Red Men. . Stepped Into Live Coal's. home, ... uns shirts, collars and tics, and a general will make their future R. B. Mullins,. representing Very much do we regret to see Mr. "When a child I burned my foot LlVlrtGSTlM Aumisttis Wrieht. boots aud shoes, frightlully," writes W. H. Eads, of lino of men's fnrnishings. a four weeks White leave our county, for in loss hns'juNt returned from i Jonesville, Va., "which caused trip, through the Eastern counties we loose one of our very best andi Sam Magee is in town this week. horrible leg sores for 30 years, but citizens No most enterprising and .reports splendid success. Lawrence Rose was iti Lebauon, Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly curcitizen in Rockcastle has ever doue Monday. Mrs. W.'r. Dillion audi Miss morq first-clas- s; ed me after ever) thing else failed." or made greater sacrfircs to Linda Dijiiou. of Liviugstpu,. are biiild up and improve; hjs county Mrs. W: R.' Dillion, returned Infallible for Burnes, Scalds, Cuts, guests of Mrs. Joseph. Coflfcf ',..., lhau has tyr. White, having in home from Stanford Tuesday. Sores, Bruises and Piles. Sold by Drl E. J. Brownwent'to Cincinnati most jnstanpep been the chief proMiss Linda Dillion is visiting jier all Druggists 25c. this morning to spend a week witu moter- and in everv case a warm 7 W tnlmstotie.' ,,the noted 'advocate of any improvement start- - aunt Mrs Joe Coffey, at Stanford. TV A -- V. j rvilt.V., look, buy and bo satisfied that've fjjj-- 1 surgeon-- . efj Mrs: itusseu nere is wisuiug una aim ins Mrs, Bersie Browning returned fp i I I Em' mean what wo say and you will ofLivitlgstoii, is jlVt the home 0 f, be3 prtl,js rv rld.3 0 U3 , m j Crab 0rchard Tnesday, her mother, Mrsi-- J. H. lucker,.mami p easurei5 am hoping that he on cvory box of tbo Rcmilru XhU signature EL o vile 8c , who is down with ty'&cfcfe to return to old 6 Laxative BroinoQuinine Tabled continuo'to come. ;nthe May wood section- .- Interior. ': ,K pji'oid fivcr-.-' in yetting along nicely, Urn rmnody that curft n coltf 4i mo ily Rockcastle PHONE NO. .;r R, - ... rJoiirnaU LOCAL I . Mt. Vernon Signal : two-vearlol- d . Chief Rolling near, tnc Indian medicine man, who has been located here for the ; past ten days, will give an enter- tntoment tomorrow (Saturday) Th program which will be 'Bntcarried out is n very enjoyable, one and no one who attends will ever regret it, for having done so. Admission obly 10 cts. I , - Its Alright. ... c. h: COM frith 111 g, WITP,., Run Low Prices and $-fce- Higti Qualities, s. , Big Bargains in I2c I2c I2c i2c P,jt-B- c, . u ' 'E-ffi- We I1 - Broino-Quinin- MO.r-MEE- TS Meri-mee's. A Bur-dett- w . ... 1 'CANT Afford TO Paint" The paints h . INVESTMENT COMPANY, ut HOME OFFICE, " ' Go To A. BRYANT'S nf -- ' -r-T- 1,-7- Pan-America- THE PEOPLE h; HAVE FOUND s -- Mt. Vernon, Ky., TO HI! d: -- . . Our Stock of Grocery Supplies Are Complete. -- (V - O (Q "' .,;- umi s Dr.-Snm- 1 '",.,' v jfcSZ yrznsi 1 : 'tJ . Ladies Wear of all Kinds, are OUR OUR motto "FairDealing," gds V Adams. V . 25-r- ' mil ii mmimm wtBBBBBmeammiuBinamBmi - Miller House. W. J. RIDER, Pkop'r. .County tCouuT. day in each month. COURT CALENDAR. Fourth Mou AtlNKEE SEA KP,NCt. to pa; n wij.of iue ,yiliir,Ji.'.ul.fitH t ESTPorter Headquarters Xor Commercial Men. a at nil lrains.-- The Veranda Hotel. JOSEPH COFFEY, PRO PR., Fi j st Mon- CAPTAIN SLOCUM SAILED AROUND t THE WORLD IN A' KLOOp. day in Ja.nuary, April, July and " October. The Hold IVnvlwntor mill l!l Catnoiin Circuit Court. Second Mon Craft, the- Hprii.v. IVIM Ui- at I It ' day in February, Fourth Monday Uxi0hI(oii ,I;i ,puf-ttil- o iti May and Thud Monday in Sep 7iet Summer. teinber. VI The nautical nilrcutumi of tin ,. Q.UAHTKRI.Y. Coukt. - Mt VkRnon PoUcb CourT; Third Monday in each month. T. M. Mt Vernon HiVe, . JU O, MT. VERNON, KY Specially equipped for traveling CSTMEETS: Every Tuesday -ist and 3rd, week, ' 2:30 p. 111. 2nd men, Sample room on 'first floor. and 4th.. week, 7:30 p. m. r "Bath rooms free to guests. Mrs. NANNIE C. ALBRIGHT,, , Ratks. $2.00 per day. . Stanford, Ky., No 24, Miss BESSIE. M. Hotel Frith ".ft FRANCISCO, Located at the Propr. a Lady 'Com. HOU& lf Lady Rec. Keki. ' 4, .M? hirtlifhteo ivar l.roli. ilTii.uiil'lii .or.i'i'Hu! Unit m of tht' f.ii-vJ Stati'n uriilvi'c liipb, iji';:f,: nated. ". if uit'ii' iut, S'.ini-'lwar about V Ctilfnltl IK UnVl.'' t4XAt iioiii' liclir-- In 'Uni?ltH'lJlt, p.intl.v n yi.'il. tOKi'ilioi lor in Minil dm It Wit Oil JlFll' .'7 ,,.,,n ,r .1 IHU j kings of ohl, which linvi' bwn Ppiay c.ts-- t ill tV mctji'liis-'ifeliIitl U'fi on her vtn:;i wound the brnted1 In sonc nntl stoi.v. mo over w i shadowed hi Importance by tin" v.,iB!obe. . . .. . j ninrkublc voynse of Cnptnlu .Iflslipn K ,,1? "Vf'Pr'''; 'Mi' rJ!i" or . ; win in- u ire:ii Slocum around Hie world In n nloop jiiiin- iHLiii-wllVwiint which nil E::pos!il6in'-'Mr- I o(J feet 0 Inches in lelurtli over nil aiil to enjoy. I'i,tu::tr L. Lmvia. net burden. The ftolltnn nine tous Yankee sea king cruised K',000, mites MACHINEPY. on nil the oceans, ten t linen the h VIltliiR nhlp. Onu; Clyy of KjiKlr'; ever claimed for Jlmfi?ii Not It was, tho Ilrst and tml.v itmvsful IlnnMPi to I'rotc-fIt the nttcnipt to clruumnuvlKiite Hie Klolje, nlono In a small boat. ' The 'The oldtst type of t'nslj'i' represtuited 'nary character pf.the oy.iKJ can, only nt tlnj EMioblton IsMjio, wliiUnilll 'be gauged by those why hnwlovotct The cdillest ' uip'nilon,'we' . ! ! fosp'oft" ii5.Jv:'i.Jiniit Rrii W.blU'Jift cinlxjn .tin- viiilli A hum tea n b &ESEfflS8ZEI3I: , ' L- -j. ,p ) 1111 i '& nni-ln- JEI10 r - T m Jj:to!iccn IJlp.il Yuu Ilavo Always Coajlif, ainl In liso f?v over CO ycar'j, Isas Ijorno tlio tJRiiatnro of fvii-'ir;- - tils-tnnc- o PUtdo6r 'i ' sondl foupervision since iis inl'nncy Allow no oiie to decoivo you In this. but; All Counterfeits, Imltntions arid"Jst-ns-jroo(l,,av- e Exieih')iL3 that Avltlt ml cnilaiiprei' tlio IienltlicL infauts ami Chlltlrcir F.xperiene,o against jBxpovlmcut. jd-ffljt7fl ti-ifl- P '&r?Z SUtCti&V. J l'i-oni-', 'j-i- n (i , ' i t K.O.T.M. JWt Verjiaji MT. VERNON, KY. , Attaehed MEETS every ist. aud "3rd. MonLivery Good Meet all Trains, Day and Night day in each month,' 7:30 p. m. Traveling Men and Railroad V -' GEO. S. GRIFEIN.fcCoM ' Will fur- - ARCH FURNISH, Rec. Keep men Solicited. lunches for all trains, , Bodhead, ftY Depotc Tent, Ho. 21 CnvorJr. it a IiarmlosT BtiVslltuto lbr Cantor Oil, Pare-jforl- e, iJVoys mitt Soothing1 Syrups. Ifc is'1 Pleasant. lb contain-1tic'thor Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio Bubrttatice1. ' J I. ago i& its guarantee. Ifc destroys Wormfl and allaya Foverlslmess. Ifc enrcs Dlarrhoo'a and 'Wind Colic. At rclloyes Teething Troubles, eures Constipation ana X'latulcncy. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tlio Stoniaeli and Bowels, giving healthy and natuxalTSlcop.' The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. 5 O ttfsrrl i ' CEHUIM " . CASTOR1A ctTJiiwJ ALWAYS Bears the Sigaaturo of Y WA,H Sbwder & prancipeo i j M.L- - MYERS, 3S. D wMm MONUMENTAL WQRKS, Brodbead, Ky, Granite and 'Marble, Monuments ' 1 f ' and Tombstones. ALL tfORK FIRST-CLAS4SATISFACTI0N GIVEN.- -! S, Mt. Vernon, OFFICE At the Rice property. DENTIST, Ky. m M inn En r ftiw&ryjp: i yfJl& rv --- tV Xff Ai J? jfrf f (f j NCVYOnK CITA Use a?o Alwap Boigl For Over 80 Years. VT MURRAY CTflCCT, Phone No. ??iTi;itfff?ffffffmw?ffoiy THE CCNTAUR COMPANY, - P. A. PennniRtou, D. D. S.; M. Big Four" BUFFALO ROUTE -- TO- DEIMTST, N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Ste. LOUISVILLE. KY. Will be at Miller House, Mt eruon during all Circuit Courts. &2rij3inmia5:ss 'Am At frequent intervals du- la. 1 to Texas., 1, ring tickets will be sold via the 90 round trip itton Rett Route, M GffTorn Cairo and Viwempnis to points ar--7- R. G. MT. PAN-AMERIC- Williams, TiTTfi. i AN Attorney-at-La- w JOSS- . . T - . ?- EXPOSITION 4's- VERNON. KYr OFFICE 'on Church St', posite Court House. ; - h'i 5niV Arkansas, Louis- ana tana, t l lexas, Op- -' CAPTAIN SLOCUM AND TIII3 fo be at tlic 1901 X cipo.Itlon. SritAl. M R. . L. BRO?SN - ,ATTORNEy-AT-LA- BEST LINE se(. TO y, , MT. . Indianapolis, cinci " ' Up stairs in old brick hotel opposite Court house. , Special attention given to collections. Vernon, JTOFFICE Kentucky Pedrik C. C. Attorney-at-Law, Williams, m yitRNON, icy i On 2cd. floor of .. of Mt. Vernon, on Church cheerfully fur- The-BanInformation nished on application at City Ticket street. Special attention given .Office "BIG FOUR," No. 213 to collections. Fourth Avenue, or write to k Chicago. s. J. gates n-- 1 ueuerai Apent, U G. WIccr.URRfJ. W. Bkown. Louisviixe, Ky. McCLURE & BROWN Attorrierys-atwla'w- , Mr. Vernon, Ky. All business entrusted to our care, wilf receive 7 prompt attention! uuice room jno. 5 in tne outaiincK Hotel. Furniture aud '' UndfertSBing. A full and complete stock All New 'Fast TO- - Train W j orders filled j Motto: Best good.3 and lowest prices. promptly. i ry COLORADO , J. A. Mullins& Son. (Successor to llluuktmshlp PACIFIC COAST UTAH Livingston, J r - Kentucky. In effect Sunday, May 19th. The new train will leave St. Louis 9.00 a. m. daily the evening train to same points, lo.iop. tn. daily Through sleeping car service between St. Louis, San 'Francisco and Northwestern points. Only line that does a twice daily. Excursion tickets now on sale. For further information, address R. T. G. Matthews T. P. V. Louisville Ky. , H. C. TOWNSEND, Genf'l Pasr, ; aud Tkt. Agt., St. Louis. MDUINS BDTEI- -' ITurnlHtiecl lonco und Comfort wltti every Conven. 1 1 W. T. Tubbs, Prop. Livingston, Ky. Sample rooms for Commercial men. ! . explosion- - of gas in the Sorincr Gulch Mine, near Gleuwood Springs, Col,, caused the death of Au six men. f Insurance of all A kilUUb at oflice m James A. Wildnian was tarred'and, feathered by'a mob tUujii-i- j wl,be.botted iipjtitqjajjc "'' Ititllilm 3 R A,NCI$, 3afe, reliable at Huntingt;JJKy Itidytiecause he vnh ., ,..,11,.luTasinartliiMrdlIiinind.il battcrleaU sblppi-- to distant points Kuntucky points'Tiblow rates. Alfred ) "V 1f J t ' V ,m ' , use'tl'ln tlie'riiecbanlvnrta. .V. pus re-MJIni-aim prjynijt; lnjqajMMiiig tosses. . had made uncomplimentary yiw liUn o,ir tin, to be IlKitiiKitT Shcaheii. , 'Chpt ifAlUvnTc fnnltti'd thosUlppsr1 Old newspapers for 'laleatuus fIC. Sj Aliiright, tuG Sfcnal marks concerning President Mc'.ofiice, 25 cts per hundred. Signal office. v Vernon. Kin ley. 'AtttUf-Cnpfclt5, -1 The Rev, 'J , . rates. Win employed to and . have of any woik wa.lrf Alexaudrla 150 Know uuir rnrring tuontis. ami uhey do ' j tTi'A us Wfiert'you want-t- no! !s Allien you would Ijk; lo leave, and wr one and all regard It as a most remark- U. C. when nn Intention dtlven by i secure one will ttll you whn you wind power was employed to onurato a able exploit. of the tickets and what It will Captain Slot-inand the bout In musical Instrument. As even this must: We will slso send you a complete ,cost. whleli lio made Ills nroiind the world have been the jitoriuet of evolution It schedule tor the trip and an Interesting little booh. "A Trip to Texas." voyago will be at tbe !'an'Aniorlcan leaves us entliely In tjiu.tfnrl; as to Exposition next summer. The cruft tho actual oilgln. Howes ei. we know i 0 77 . . VAH, T. P. A., OsttoBU, Ohio. will ilde upon the waterH of the Ilww- - that windmill'? were employed In usetlful Park Lttl-e- , wlicio It may be Vlow- - ful labor In many pnitu of L"uiopo dt13 e.w: taBUUME, aP.andT. A, SL Ids, lb. ed or boarded by Hxposltlop visitors befoie Columbia ilKcoveied America. Thete old wltulmllN were quaint That (t will ptoM- to be a great Sonl of them llonted on wagoes without saying. The Intrepid Yankee- lobe clrcler ( ter ami wuie ttnned by hand to meet a slender uian, not tibnve the medium the vagai le- dl he wind. A Inter deheight and Is homewhat bald, but there velopment was tm tit ou a post, and still , v:-:-Is little gray In the fringe or surviving later the roof f the building was 'jlvot-cd- . wlijch allqued the Dulldlng Itself to hahor In Ih full beard. Lie hns blun For Nearest Correct Guesses on tl;c Total Vote of Ohio on November eyes. Which nie frank and dlrecu I'e leuialu stiuionary It reutaltieil ftr the engineers of tbo possesses a dry humor whleh Is veiv 1901, will be distributed to patten's oi the Weekly Enquirer, as follows : amusing That he Is daring- utwl plucky nineteenth eenliirv 10 MWistrut-- d wIdiI ForNoaro3b Oorrcot Gucbs. : ........ 36,000 lmple, useful For Socond Nearest Oorroot auat33klf MttM Is nttosteil by liN long aud solitary eiitilne that Wic 'it juit-........ 3,000 ' l'liy iiniouni of wojiver , anil piiieiimi trlj). 1,600 " " " Fourtii The boat In w hk-i- C'aptnlu Sloe'uui developed and iiM'fully auplleii by'thM i,ood A " Fifth inveutlbn amounts In made his oyuge Is named the Spray. , time linnon-600 " '' .',..,. Sixth 400 It was originally a Ushlug boat, spu the aggregate to hundreds--oII Bovonth " " " ..A. 300, to be a eentluy old. artd when It h.imls nf II Host 20 each SlOO Cir.ovatici;to 9,000 At tile Pap Atrierlca'n Exposition came Into Captain Slocum's piisscsslou II 100 " 60 6,000 (I was In proeess of deeny. Unaided, ho j gioitn "f Windmills will be gathered to, " '200 " " ' " Kf? .c.7 6.000 II me " 1,000 " rebuilt it upon tue original lines, nun geiuer uun piaiucu in AC ", 10,000 ! II splendid manner In which It behar giouuds., wlfeie they will be required " 3.QG0 " " ..... tho t 16,300 ed tin the loug tour Is sutllelent evp lo pump water and In other ways A total of 4,387 pyjprci, rwoimtios'.:t.'U..?51...f:..:focTo53 demdustrnW" their- usefulness. Tieho dbncu thnt he bullded well. ; ' in case of tie gucsaes,, prize equally diviueu. Captain .Slocum sniled tioui Uostou. will comprise, mauy dlQcieiU. types, 1, ' '" ,( Contest closes NoV'embor , iqoi.v on April 24. 1S!).. and nw voyugt' eon. bhowlng the evolution of the engine "' The Total Vote of 'Ohio in sunied aeais ami ' months, cdmlng to fiom the old- Irtshloned tour m.I pat' IQOfi 79G;G31 tern down )o lhe ordinary, multitudia, close during the 1891 was i 1,020,107 " ..4..?.,..k. 861,025 , , lerfv war. In lieu of a chronometer he hrnj nous s)io(,i,e plan lu which the sail 1892 804,022 ' " 830,004 AliHii '793,1G9 area Is aumm.itically adjusted to tho 1893 but he was rarely an old tin ... 1894 "1 776,019 " 1809,, 920,872 In his longltpde. The voyagu vu i,w,Iud pressdre and tho speed Is- iegu ,.. 846,099(, 1900 " ..'. i;049,12l Spine of theio 1895 governor. aheuded with many unusual Incidents Iqtcil liy-. t 'if Guess yvhat,it v.'ijl be in iQCh . Tiiu'llrpt oceui led ijftur'the Spray had tnglues r.vvll develop a treiuetidous V left lil'r Ifi st port ofcall. the Azores. pbwer, while others aie hlmply devised The C'aptnlu had Caten fieely of plums as a cheap'auil leKable means of work-Jua InrTm'r's jmmp. and a uathe cheese, urnl they did po( An additional prise of $8,001) for ciiidrsoh making arfexactly corredf IXperlmenta extending over u period agiee with him tie was attacked with stoniachlc- ciamps. Ilijjlouble teefed piyeaia have b'ea conducted for the guess. If tjicrc be, more than pac exactly correct guess, the $6,000 to be . the mainsail aud with a full Jib put the pjirpose or geneiathig electricity by eciuallv divided amonu thcm( sloop on her coitibe, lashed the wheel i this mentis njgperelonnlpntsi along these .Tho Oonditlpus aro: 'C1.00 for a ycar'a aubsorlplioa to tho Wockly and weit below to the cabin, where h linnet O' rt t li.i i.,k t lifii nn(linltjtnK'ftjf ' ill UlKVIUUt IM I'U VII LI VI - t EnaUiror ontitloaBUohQUb3onl)or tiJ onoxruosc!.. lllll rolled in agony on the Hour. Rccoiillug Isfaetory, ihough Indications point (to7 010,00 for ton yearly (subscription:? soouroa ton jueesea. ...n. ..lt...rt..v lrvll..f mt.i $10.00 for oao subscription ten y6r.-- 3 coourbs ton BuonseS. ' ' I uirt Ill' JllJtlllieU iilUl t UVllllUUt.. I... li.iti.tllwiiJ .l.ltt C L..l..ni iiiiJUiiiit; am r'J man camy on uoiiiu, announced uimscir with !ui e piluelpalfy ow'lng to thfc InNo commissions or extra guesses.' J."or fuit it particulars see Weekly as "one of Columbus' crew",and guldid constancy or the wind,' which must Enquirer. Send all oidfcrs' to ENQUIIIBR. CjOilPANYj Cincinnati,. O. by .storing up the energy the craft. A blow came Up, and the be uwu-ouiSpray tun like a deer. When the Cap- of the gnle 10,11c given off as required. tain regained his lull seu&es and was As the slow dewlopmcnt of tile storage 'CM THE able to go on deck, nh,e was holding battel')' tetiirils this Important achieve. TELEPHONE WILL true 'to1 hei coiuse. She had ninde DO nicut we await with Impatlonce the RANSflT miles dining the night In the tough sea. Improvement m this dliectlon thnt we HSI5r,v'''fn'T, .os arte os. The Spiay went llnoegh the wry know ough to l.e made The tljne will i.. Magellan whose undoubtedl) come when elect) Ic'llgh' dangerous Stialts of WATCHMAKER,' mi. rroin tfi.ii W&foYZK&km rshoies ate Btit'wu with, weeks atil In- lug will he done In this manne" Mt'. Vkunon, Ky. Vernon to Wil- fact, the electric light pljnt In a vtl habited by pliates. wltheut iii'imsburg,3tir-bourVillbut' after weeks OouKu'nied In the pas lage in Seoilund Is now partially DO , 'h.inds repairing, gold and bv t. wind wheel which Is built Cor-bipage was dtjveii by a furious, gale . neatly done; rings ' pouthwaid and thenre east wind around on the Iiorii0ui.il pilnclpal. ' London, silver' To those iinlamlllai with the pio-- d Cape Ilot'n. a sec6nd pas Hazel Patch. cut fit. Kyes tested and glasses net Ion of the wind onglue as used at sage of the Kti alls. tne pipseui time n visit to tins sect n Livingqton, Pino Hill,. Irtish fitted.' Cap;aln ,Slocum 'wasv leeelved at wcy Inmllpj; pliu-Iilr tlii most ,'of tlu !:Mm.IMtn will Ik 0 revelation, ciLaiifffoi-tW.ildie, .my ?hop, at Wesley's Callj luvi'ntlori UastM'n coi'dltil tloMmnllty. for ills' iinnlo Viis ' Illtlioito this to tile raiiuor iinu stock' Brodlrcad.Wabd.LevelGreori.- di,ugbtfLtjj aud have your work ' plm'usorui uieici.x luovn the woild around rimotiR fuilu nnn. nnd the ciililod uews of mnn, TossUillltlcs In the' Itnmeillir 11 imforcK Crab Ol'chard Stan hh progri'ss went bi'forc bjni. In Si- futuioioln' ton much "liter and raoro ford(J Lancastqr'and, njl cqntra,!. ueaiiy unite, ai rcuuiiiiuiti pnees. oxteuik'il tWifiiliitss when pOwr from 1110:1 Mis. Uchorr I,oujs SteiUMiu vlrtheir Uvea to sailing Ujo soat ''. .'Ii '';. I Indian and Okla homa Territories. at "greatly reduced i ca-- tow-rat- e 1 W & J Hi - af-fah- s. - 850,000. - t i 11 f thou-pose- d ! . 11 - " - Spanlsh-Americj'- ii af-fault - 'a , g opO.WVi.U s - I tn-t- I J- I I 1 e 7 S. Q. FRASKLIW, I 1 a'ct-lden- , I op-eiat- il IP o, 1 n, Ci-uck- i.ut-l- - - , BotJ 1 - - -