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Uu1 j ndIn e f J VOLU IEXV SIT VEKNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 181901 NUlBEH 4 U TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AAU FEARLESS AND LV AL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE NEWS ITEMS 0 Fire at Cape Town auseda loss ofa million dollars The British captured Command ant Scheeper Boer leader It is reported that Gen Andrade is preparing to invade Venezuela The October term of the United States Court opened in Louisville MondayThe of Count de la Vaux to cross the Mediterranean in a bal loon failed Just to show his marksmanship Jake Struuirn shot three boys at Duncan Neb James Bradstreet Greenough Professor of Latin at Harvard Uni versity is dead Mathias Thorsson and his son Thomas were asphyxiated ill their room in Chicago Judge ST Logan for eight years Circuit Judge of Knox coun ty Tenn is dead Gloomy reports of the industrial condition of the British Indies are printed in London Near Mishawaka Ind a boy was blinded and two horses killed by the stings of bees The Paducah and Cairo Railroad Company will be organized at Pa ducah with 700000 capital The marriage of Sen ator Depew and Miss May Palmer will take place in Europe next month It is positively stated at Halifax that a Canadian synicate will build a yacht to challenge for the Amer ican cup The report is revived that Pier pont Morgan is negotiating for the purchase of the White Star steam ship line Burglars blew open a safe in a milling plant at Bluffton 0 The building caught fire causing a loss of 25000 Annie Clark a fiveyearold child was kidnaped in Green county by a young man on horseback and is still missing Federal Judge Morris of Balti more of Baltimore upheld the legality of the extra tariff duty on Russian sugar The London Telegraph says Marconi has succeeded in transmit ting messages by wireless telegraphy nearly 350 miles A war between Russia and Japan over Korea is predicted by Dr Nicholas Senn who has just re turned from the Orient Six men attempted to rob the bank at Harrodsburg and a lively battle occurred on the street be tween the robbers and police Robbers destroyed a bank building at Danville Ohio with Dyna mite A pitched battle between the robbers and citizens followed- It is stated that scores of Italians have been discharged from the silk mills at Patterson N J since the assassination of Precident McKin ley Pat Crowe the alleged kidnaper of the Cudahy boy has offered to surrender to the Omaha Chief of Police provided the 50000 reward is withdrawn Johann Most was sentenced to a year in the penitentiary for publishing a sedicious article on the day followtog the shooting of President McKinley Harry Warren aged seventeen years whose home is near Charles town Ind shot himself neat the heart as a cure for disappointed love and his 4eath is expected There was a pitched battle be tween striking miners and guards in Christian county and trouble be tween imported negroes from the South and striking white men is reported at Providence Webster county wJ Henry Schoening Jr assignee for the Kentucky Mutua Invest ment Company filed suits against the Schoefer family aggregating 6000 on unpaid stock subscrip tions Judge Evans of the United States Court gave judgments for the plaintiffs ina half a dozen suits brought by the receiver of the German National Bank to recover from stockholders The directors of the new Pana ma Canal Company have Issued a circular to the stockholders stating that Columbia is willing to sanction the transfer of the canal to the United States An estimate of val ue is therefore being prepared at the request of the Canal Commis sionThe indictments against C F W Neely Estes G Rathbone and W H Reeves the Havana post office culprits have been sent by the Fiscal to the Audencia with a recommendation that the accused be sentenced to prison for terms ranging from twenlyfonr to twen tysix years Thomas W Lawson the copper king and multimillionaire has been caught in the speculative world and as a result of the decline in Amalgamated Copper is 7 000000 poorer than he was three weeks ago Besides this the many followers of Mr Lawson through New England are heavy losers a conservative estimate placing the sum at 5000000 BRODHEAD 0 Mr E J Ham left Wednesday for Lebanon Mrs Bettie Wilmott spent Satur day with homefolks Mr C K Lewis left Saturday night last for Oregon Miss Clyde Cass entertained few friends Sunday evening v Mr Jess Parks has paid Brod head another welcome visit M E Barnes has moved to his new residence on Main street Mr Fox the stock dealer was here Tuesday buying ijp some young mules Mr and Mrs Cook of Danville are guests of Mr and Mrs Josh Dunn this week W M Francisco says his trip to Cincinnati Saturday night was worth 50 oo to him The debating society at this place is progressing under the most favorable circumstances Mr J R Cass and two little sons left Sunday night for Louisville to be gone a few days Miss Nola Keisling one of Brod head s belles spent last week with friends in the county and reports a very pleasant visit Miss Sallie and Mrs Lou Pur cell have ren tedat the Albright Hotel and will put up a full line of millinery goods which will be kept in IartinProtlit roes store WHATS YOUR FACE WORTH Sometimes a totune but never if you have a sallowcomplextion a jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the sknall signs of Liver Trouble But Dr Kings New Life Pills give Clear Skin Rosy Cheeks Rich Complexion Only cents at all Druggists Drug- Store ISlE pED INTO LIVE COALS a child I burned my foot frightfcally writes W HEadsof Jonesville Vn which caused for3oYEarsbutiBucklensArnica ed me after ever 3 thing else failed Infallible for Burnes Scalds Cuts Sores Bruises and Piles Sold by all Druggists 25C Sexton bought a yeaf ling for tEd e aid rFcar- i A BIG HEARTED MAN 0 WlLDIE KY Oct 17 IQOI EDITOR SIGNALMt Ky Dear Sir If you will allow me the space I would like to relate a few things in regard to Mr A W Stewart the candidate for sheriff for the benefit of those who do not personally know him In the first place I will say that he is entirely too good a man to get mixed up in pilitics but on the other hand I will add the very kind ofa man we need who will honestly and honorably transact the business for the people of the county if elected to that important officesheriff- Of all the kind and openhearted men it has been my pleasure to know I recall none who surpass him in doing deeds of charity or in always being ready to lend a help ing hand to the needy Warren and Bettie Fish two old colored People who at one time belonged to the old Haley family sometime before their death be came very feeble and were unable to care for themselves and A W Stewart took them furnished them a house provision to eat and fuel to burn and provided for them in every way until their death for which he never received a penny When old man Jim Henry had his house household goods provis ion and everything burned he be ing unable to work asked the peo ple for assistance but all in vain and then it was he went to that man who is now asking your suffrage for the office of sheriffand found relief not only with pro vision but even money with which to buy the necessaries of life When the son of Uriah Richmond was on the bed of affliction and nearing deaths door for the want of medical attention which the father was unable to secure because of his poverty A W Stewart came to his rescue paid the doctor and druggists bill and saved the young mans life When old man Bert Rodgers was laying sick and helpless without a hand full of provision in his house A W Stew art heard of his wretched condition and immediately rushed to his assistance furnishing such things as he needed until his re covery Boon Gabbard had cancer on his mouth and was unable to have it treated because he had no money to pay for it and nothing to offer as security but alas when nearly every hope had vanished that bighearted man A W Stewart stepped to the front and said Iwill pay the bill and Gabbard was cured Aunt Pegie Bullen a childish old woman who had no home and who died only three weekago was taken over five years ago fur nished a house provision and medicine during the entire time for which he received no pay and wanted none When misfortune befell the family of the late J R Gatliff A W Stewart was the first to their relief Besides furnishing the timber to build them a house furnish ingteams to do the hauling anda contribution of money he was also instrumental in making up about 100 for this large family of father less and homeless children- I could relate many other grand and noble deeds cf charity but useless Mr Stewart has been drawn into this race for sheriff by men from all political parties and should he be elected lie will not in the performance of his duty or the Execution of papers show more favors to one political party than the other that he is liberal in his views is exemplified in the distri bution of his charitable deeds l which Ifoti es conchsip elythat his f ttEl c favors are not done in a political way but regardless of politics or religious faith If any one dqubts the truthfulness of my statements go ask the parties referred to see if I have not spoken andI Gentlemen this is too a man and will make too good an officer to be defeated Let him he elected and you will see an efficer who will hold honor above money who will honorably help to build up the County who will execute the papers who will collect the taxes in a quiet and agreeable way and pay oft the claims promptly without being chased from one side of the county to the other and dunnedmany times With the finance of Rockcastle in his hands every man can Jell perfectly safeI about it Good people you not afford to vote against such a man He has been drawn into this political strife by a host of friends regardless of politics and if elected which now seems acer tai ty he will serve regardless of political affiliations Yours TrulyW JONES- LIVINGSTON 0-Henry Burton went to Pineville TuesdayJohn Mullins Was in Mt Vernon Tuesday Mrs E S Elmore returned home from Stanford Saturday- Dr and Mrs Cooper and Mrs Redd went to Stanford Monday Mrs Emma Price returned to her home in Lexington Monday Dan Morris and wife of McKee were guests at the Mullins Hotel SaturdayMrs Payne of Brodhead was the guest of Mrs James Smith Sunday Mrs Lewis Dillion is visiting her parents J H Hendrson and wife at Edenton Mrs Annie Lasley returned to Stanford Sunday Mrs Thos Lasley is improving slowly Miss Birtina Mullins visited Miss Sallie Dickson near Mt Vernon Saturday andSunday Mrs Ida Webb of Louis vills is the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs A W Bently Mrs Betsy Ward of London was the guest of the Ward and Magee families last week Mrs W B Dillion and little Lewis are visiting Mrs Bettie Broadus in Lincoln Co Mrs Fannie Mahaffey returned to Maywood Monday after a pleas ant visit with homfolks here Mrs Norman Eu Daly of Sey mour Ind was a guest of Mrs Sue Mullins Monday and Tuesday Joseph Carson moved his stock of drugs Monday into one of the store rooms owned by Bowman CockrelL Sam Brenton the hustling queensware drummer was among the merchants of our town Saturday selling stacks of goods Mrs Jack Brandenburg of Lse Co returned to her home Thurs day accompanied by her daughter Mrs Callie Jones and children Mrs Cooper gave a dinner last Saturday in honor of Mrs Ida Webb oc LouisvilleMrs A N Bentley also entertained a few of her friends last week Mr and Mrs Goo McCarthy gave a dinner party one day last week in honor of Mrs Mary Mc Carthys 6oth birthday Among those presents were Mrs Henry Burton Mrs J C Standley Mr Mrs John Walton and Mis George Doss Take the SxGNAi and get aU the news all thejtlme from all o 4er county and tat THE BANK OF MT VERNDN jMtT VeRNON KY OPENED t9oo CAPITAL STOCK 15000 S H MARTIN PRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A K EWERS VICEPRES A KURNISH ASST CASH KruegerGeoWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful atten tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town First NationalnkOF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 100000 Surplus 180j4076 DIRECTORS J W Hayden W P Walton J H Collier 1 rD Elmore 0 Ried 1 P Hill S H Baughman W A Iribble M T Miller and S T Harris We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busi ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspond ence with a view to business relations invited J S HOOKER Pres JNO J McROBERTS Cashier A A McKINNEY Asst Ca- shierDANNIEOWEN f UNDERTAKER Caskets Coffins Robes Ete Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KENTUCKY WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertaker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Kv Stock Complete on and see me I not got can get for you on first ain that the II CHAINED FOR YEARS TEN FINE HEARSE Attached Can furnish Metalic Caskets and liate Embalming done short notice Come anything have leave city OR DERS by wire Promptly Filled ASTHMA CURE FREE ASTHMALENE BRINGS INSTANT RELIEF I I 1SENTABSOLUTELY THERE is nothing like Asthmalene It brings in even in the worst cases It cures when all else ftilsIThe REV C F WELIS of Villa Ridge Illsaysi Your trial bottle of Asthmaleue received in good condition I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for the good derived from it I was a slave chained with putrid sore throat and asthma for ten years I despaired of ever being cured I saw your adver tisement for the cure of this dreadful and tormenting disease asthma and thought you had overspoken yourselves but resohed to give it a trial To my astonishment the trial acted like a charm Send me a fullsize bottle E want to send to every sufferer a triallreltmentof ASTHMA W LENE similar to the one that cured Mr Wells Well send it by mail POSTPAID ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE to any sufferer who will wi ite for it even on a postal Never mind though you are despairing however bad your case ASTHMALENE will relieve and cure The worse your case the more glad we fire to send it Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE CO 79 East 13othStNY City Sold by all Druggists it Mt Vernon Signal FRIDAY OCT 181901- Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IMO Advertising rates made known on application i r t THE Democrats of Rockcastle r county ask for only one of the county offices that of sheriff The other candidates we have given no opposition Experience and ob servation have shown that it is wise for the people not to haveall the offices filled with those of the same political faith In the affairs of otif government from Washington don to Roosevelt we find that TVile r the presidency was filled by democrats many offices were filled with republicans and while the bytrepublicans many democrats held places of profit and trust Presi dent Roosevelt has just appointed a democrat as Federal Judge in Alabama and Roosevelt himself held office under Cleveland a dem ocratIn ourown county a mixture of officers politically has proved a blessing Each is a sajutary check dn the other neither caii do wrong without the knowledge of the otherso all keep in proper paths Then there are nearly 1000 demo crats in Rockcastle county and when they make no protest against republicans having six of the ounty offices ought they not have one Andespecially so when we present to you an honest sober upright Christian gentleman to fill that office a man of business capacity a man not given to vice who neither drinks nor gives his neighbor drink With an honest intent to do his full luty witi9Ut partiality and wit out favor eltct Gus Stewart and wewill have a sheriff of whom no man will be ashamed but of whom all will be proud He has the courage to arrest your desperadoes and violators of law he will not shield the guilty but will be a sucld to the innocent If you wish to know the man go ask those wa IjiVue about him They will tell you heis kind to the unfortunate a helPer of the poor Elect him and he willbend not the pregnant knee that thrift may fall a fawning THE jury for the second trial of Caleb Powers for the murder of Gov Goebel has been secured and the evidence is being heard Near ly 400 men were axamined before they were able to find twelve men who were eligible to sit assurors in t the case which after being ac cepted was challenged as a whole by the defense for political bias and partisan fixing of the ju wheel That there may be some who would be willing to see either Powers Taylor or Finley unjustly punished as wellas some who would not be willing to see then punished even though they were proven beyond question of doubt unquestionable but with gthood sober thinking people 1 jregaraTess of political belief such a spirit ceases to exist if ever it did and they are demanding that these men be given fair and impar tial trials If guilty punish them as the law directs if not guilty let twelve good men say so and tb0 Stoughiy vindicate then from any charge Totake the liberties r wrongful ly of tt Ylanis ahorri ble thing while On the other hand it is almost as bad to knowingly sJail topunish the guilty Justice to all men is one of the firm foundations upon which this great country of ours wajj established and every breach of that law is one step towards tearing asunder this great land of liberty If Powers can prove his innocence we say Amen if not puimisli hlnraccording to the crime Which he has committed 0 PRESIDE LOUKNZO SNOW of the Mormon church died at Irisv home in Salt Lake City The grealies of the Mormon leader bNo IBfive seen and known him ii Brodhead Ky Oct 15 1901 To MR H L TATE You were charged before and since the primary with various things such as having collected mlueyandnot paying the same over that you denied having it and Mr Catron way forced ID pay it for you to save himself from a rule You were also charged with a failure to make a bond as depu ty sheriff You were also charged with having collected taxes and written receipts and yet made no account for the money collected You were charged with having advised certain parties for whom ycu had writs to leave the county or you would have to arrest them you were chargedwith having carried writs for others and met them time and again in the road and around Orlando and yet never arrest them although you had a warrant directing you to do so As a republican I now call upon you to vindicate yourself as you have promised to do If you clear up the charges I shall cast my vote for you You promised to do so as soon as the primary was over but so far I have fail ed to see any attempt to vindicate yourself I have the kindliest of feeling for you and desire to see you clear them up T C JOHNSON MT VERNOX KY OCT 16 Igor MR EDITOR ALBRIGHT I want as an humble citizen to write Mr Lee Tate through your paper and ask him to clear up the verry damaging charges made before the primary which he said he would explain and make other parties take their statements back or sue them No suit has been brought although it has been four mouths since they were openly made No card denying the charges have appeared in either one of our valuable county papers al though many editions have come out I am a republican and alway- desire to support the nominee an will state now that I am for you if you will come out through the columns of the papers and clea yourself or IILVC those officers wli knew all about the charges to come out and say that the statements are voterGI ask you to show the people that the charges are not so- REUBIN BAKER =POLITICS aid POLITICIANS 0 The United States Supreme Court will convene Monday The Democrats nominated R M Barker for Mayor of Carrollton Republicans of the Ninetythird legislative district nominated ex Congressman Colson by acclamtiou A Washington tip is to the effect inYdiana will succeed Civil Service Commissioner Rodenburg It is not believed that Senator Hacua will break with the Presi dent on account of the latter s Southern appointments f Senator Morgan of Alabama is confident that the approaching ses sion of Congress will See mone appropriated for an interdceanic canal He will introduce a bill early in the sesson The County Clerksofficial tabulation of voters registered in Lousi flIre Democratic Comittees estimate from the books was 43299 This gives a Democratic majority overall 014193 TOT CADSET NIGHT ALARM babyIit seemed it would strangle before ire could get a doctor so we gay it Dr Kings New Discovery which gave quick relief and per uiauently cured it We alrTa keep it in the house to protect bur children from Croup and tihoo ing Cough It curse site of chronic broiichjaf ttoublertbafIi other remedy would relieve Infallible for Coughs Colds 1hro4 and Lung r I s5ocand lrOO Triaf bottles rice at all Druggists Waahin 1oFrom Our Regular Correspondent Washington D C Oct 11190I Mr Roosevelt is feelingills political oats so to speak and is be ginning to show something like his old prancing form He invited every member of the Republican National Committee to come and see him many of them have al ready done so and all pf them will invitingilitical situation in their respective States its bearing on Federalap pointraent etc but the talk isnt confined to their state It has leaked out from a word dropped here and there by the committee men to Washington friends that Mr Roosevelt gives each of them an opportunity to say whether he will follow Senator Hanna or him selfwhen it comes to supporting a candidate for the next republican Presidential nomination and getting delegates chosen to the national convention The opportunity is not given by any direct implication that he expects to be a candidate or that he expects Senator Hanna to be but by tactful hints indicat ing the possibility that Senator Hanna and himself might differ as to who ought to receive the nom ination It is understood that most of the committeemen have left Mr Roosevelt under the impression that they would be with him bu that veery fewof them have ac tually committed themselves Most of them are ofd hands at the game of politics and are wary about bind ing themselves so far ahead Rear Admiral Crownshield chief of the bureau of Navigation called in derision thee bureau of fabrica tion because of its part in the conspiracy against Schley makes a strong bid for Congressional fa vor by recommending n his annual report that beginning with the Coup nunihedr so as to allow each Senator Rep pr0ba one and the President ten H says the increase is necessary because under present laws forty of fleers are retired every year a hi tHe Annapolis Academy only turns out ten a year He also seeks ad ditional rank for favorites by re commending that four vice admi rals be created If Congress should act favorably upon the last recom mendation before February when Sampson will retire it is likes that an attempt would be made by the Navy Department to mak Washdan sane roan for hours at a time and will never be able to return to a tive duty one of the vice admirals Senator McLaurin has the same control of S C Fyderal appoint merits that he had under the M Kinley regilne This was trod e certain by Mr Roosevelt several days ago Sometime ago Mr Mc Lauringot Lorais Blalock selected for appointment as collector of in ternal revenue That brought A proleYst e organization against the appoint ment After making the protest gates and Blalock made a deal the protest Was withdrawn and an en dorcement substituted That brought Mr MiLaurin to Wash ington and he had Blalocks name wiped off the slate and that of Dr VP Clayton substituted That caused Gates to free his mind by saying Senator McLaurin seems to be able to keep the inside track 1n dispensing South Carolina pa r nonage We understood that the appointment of Mr Blalock was assured but it was changed by aeP prove Dr Clayton is a nice man enough but with all the patronage bYe can swing four counties of South fhiukinog niceras i1iigo4The control of the South Carolina patronage will never af anatslfeugthr He cannot be reelected byvirtue oVittyCtnrii got further into Mr Roosevelts good graces by endoring R O Stewart a relative ofvlr Roosevelt tor postmaster at Newbury If W F Wakeuian president of the American Protective Associa tion is reappointed Appraiser of the port of New York Mr Roosevelt may have to get a new Secre tary of the Treasury Secretary Gage long ago became disgusted with Wakemans management of his offihe which san important one by reason of the numerous complaints made against him by New York mercants and will op pose his reappointment while ex Secretary Bliss who was responsi ble for Vakemans appointment in the first place and who is an old personal friend of Mr Roosevelts is demanding that he be reappointed The place being under the Treasury Department Secretary Gage would have a right to be offended if his wishes are ignored With his reputation as a trust lawyer it is riot surprising that Attorney Gen Knox should have rendered an opinion that this gov ernment had no authority to pre vent Millionaire Mackay and his associates supposed to be the Post al Telegraph Company laying a cable to or from any old place and landing upon and territory belong ing to the U S This is more than Mackay claimed and he probably took good legal counsel before he showed his hand He claimed that granttto the e landing It must strike even the most casual observer that republican administrations are never able to find authority for interfering with projects proposed by the millionaire element while they never fail to find authority to head off anything calculated to injure the poor downtrodden millionaires even if the constitution has to be stretched almost to the breaking point to do itIRepresentative Warner of Ill is wisedenough to see that unless hit party revises the tariff at the coming of Congress the world will turn the majorityein the next Congress He very franklu said on4he subject =ClIt undertakeethat work before the other fellows are allowed by the country to do for usAll Washington is laughing at Senator Billy Mason and his Change whileyou wait on the question of the new Isthmian canal firstYinterview he told Mr Roosevelt canaletreaty with England no matter what its conditions were Mr Roosevelt said a few things to him BillyCcalled at the White House to tell Mr Roosevelt that he had no idea of opposing the ratification of the SenateCIf Senator Lodge had any idea of becoming chairman of the Senate committee on Foreign Relations he will be disappointed Senator Frye to whom the chairmanship would go under the seniority rule will have his hands fu11as President protern there being no Vice PresideD and chairman of the com mittee on commerce and has an nounced his intention to waive his right to the chairmanship hut Senator Culloni who conies next says he wants it and that settles it Having become satisfied that he LemJleySchley s chief counsel and yas promptly informed that what he said was false and that he would be told the same thing outside of the court room For a minute or two it looked like pistols and Cot fee for two might follow but Ad miral Dewey took a hand in the game and straightened things out alter which Letnley and Rayner apologized for the personal lan guage Capt Chad wick who waS Sampsons chief of staff diatfng uished himself by showing more personalanimosity to Schley while IC17et POWERS TRIAL On Tuesday last the jury was secured and the trialof Caleb Powers began in earnestness The second day of the trial thiriVeii witnesses were examined includ ing Edward Steffy who testfied that he was offered 15 by a friend of Powers to go to the office of a j certain Louisville newspaper andj make a statement that he had per jtired himself on the first trial oi Powers Dr S P Simmons of Louisville wasnained as the man who made the proposition Wed nesday a large number of witnesses were heard the star witness being Isaac Hopkins Deputy Sheriff and Deputy Assessor of Bellcounty who testified that Wharton Golden told him that Goebel was to be killednext day and by Youtsey that his office depended upon Goebels life and every thing was in rcadi ness The State will close its testimony to day The Board of the Masonic Home has refused to let the Grand Lodge have 200000 with which to build the new Masonic Temple The Masonic Home will be called upon to give over the 90000 belonging to the Grand Lodge and the re maining 110000 will be horro from local banks CA5TOR AFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho- Signature ofO sa Jelliespreserves and pickles spread a thin coating of PUnE REFINED PARAFFIN Will keep them absolutely moisture Sad acid proof Pure Refllled Parnc le also useful in a dozen other ways about tho bouse Full directions in each package Sold everywhere STANDARD OIL CO IA Gaon or PuRE LtFFD ori res willi n zillol ci l O rr4L11 iJ 7 ll JfflJ iflJf y Imakes 2 g ia1 Ct t Y YnIS1 PIris tuts FOCi o VUeJ Infi7 2r 1PunESONOUS 1IA3u1AitPAISi is made of the JJKST UMandmix any boy can do it It is tho Lrnaiiteaabeliadaat JlJitltlisNOT TO CSACKBLISTEIt PEELar CHIP F HATHMARPAIXT CO St Louis 3Io Sold and guaranteed by THEO WESLEY jYefl1Ui1j en ucltv pIff t 1F-a iiujib-yl3 no means the dreadful Disease it is thought to beL the beginning MUIt1 the beginning The trouble 1 you dont know youve got s you dont believe it yoa votit believe it till you arm forced to Then it is danger ousDont be afraid but attend to it quick you can do it yourself and at home Take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil and live carefully every tTjThis is sound doctrine whatever you may think or be toldand if heeded will lifeI 2 not tried it forfree sample its agreeable lisle will youSCOTT BOVNS Chemists 409 Pearl Street Nsw York 50c and S 1OO all druLr ists WANTED L 0 SPLIT SPOKES Forest Hickory i on heart i 3 tdeep 28 in long all white 6 per M 3ddeep 28 in long all Red 4 per M Forest Hickory 2 on heart 24 deep 28 in long Red or White 8 per hI Forest 2Uinand RedI2per M Forest Hickory 2M on heart 3 deep 28 in long Red 01 White and Red 17 per M Ferest Hickorey 2 on heart 2 deep 30 in long all white 2nd growth straight grain ed free from all defects 20 per M 2x2 it second growth thai is not all white 10 per Me 2nd Growth Hickory Butts 5 in and over in diameter- ic per inch 2nd Growth Hickory Butts 10 iir N r2i r3riv r5I6 in an dover in diameter i C9 per inch- DOUBLETREE BILLETS 2Ux 2 Mi2U Y 243 42 in long 25 2U x 334 38 in lengn0 cc V 2X3 36 in long 18cc TO be delivered on yards between Stanford ane Hazel Patch and on the K C Railroad to Con way L L JARRETTInspector BRODHEAD KY tt rc 7h Sbcrtwt ItoalIs Success isi 1Buaincca Education Young Xcn cad Women Srcur ppZUen a aaoL kaepa Gut Inogrwpher ettcadtn3 this SctWol ftirlz fTataoga at on- cetcckyenl3 Business GaUe2CI = CvansviKe Indiana AJ GO TO JONAST MCKENZIE VERNON KY for Everything in rt DJYt liitI bt h thirig moots and Slices aItGetferal Mere1Iandlsea t v V z lST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES oarmcw srrorm v sarR iai ii r P f T1 JNSURANCE H EJLIABLE New York Underwriters i ivt 9 14 LBRfGHT AGENT iJhHt rlfV Iont ist 2 i l 1 l un i Mt Vernon Signal Mt VERNOTT KY OCT 18 1901 fu 0 i COILOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R R TIME TABLE 24 north n95 am 26 north 131 am 23 south 157 p IF 25 South 145 ami TAS LAND UM Agent Catered ct the Mt Vera a1 Ky Postoffice as sec ald class man matter- MASOMIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 2nd Saturday 10 Am MT VERNON R A CHAPTER N o 140MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY- at 2 p m CHURCHES ChrIstianHolds services 1st 3r 1 Sunda at 11 am and at 630 p PresbyterianHolds mIand 4th dunday morning and evening Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Snnday Sunday School at 9am every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights PERSONALS 0 Charley Martin has been very ill this week Mrs G W McClure is in very bad health Dr Percy Benton of Brodhead was here Wednesday- L T Stewart was here taking up lumber yesterday Mrs Ann Richardson is visiting relatives here this week Hon F F Bobbitt was up from Crab Orchard Vednesdayi John D Miller L tk N brake man is at home this week John A Mullins and J A Oliver were up from Livingston Tuesday Cpt W R Dillion and son W B were here between trains yester dayJ W Tate of Brodhead spent Monday night with his brother H LS S Short of Shelbyville visit ed his brother WT Short here Sunday Charley Henderson who is now located at Somerset visited home folks this we k- VH Pettus is holding down the telegraph office during Mr Landrums absence W H Jones and Ed Sexton of Wildie were here Wednesday on important business Dr George Lawrence says he will leave in the near future for Oklahoma Territory C C Williams was in Frankfort the first of the week attending to some legal matters Mirs Dove B Letcher has suffi ciently recovered to be able to re sume her work in the college Mrs Dr W A Brown of Parks yule is with her sister Mrs G W McClure who is very ill Dr W A Brown of Parksville was called yesterday afternoon to see MrsG W McClure Mrs A E Albright came up Saturday to see her brother Walter Turpin who has been veryill W T Mullins who was shot by Charley Durham some time ago was ableto come to town yesterday- A B Furnish was called to Napoleon Ky Saturday night on account of the serious illness of his father Judge Collier went over to his new home at Alton Ky Saturday taking with him his daughter Miss FannieJ Iaretof Aurora Mo Superintendent Sandy Hill 3liniug Co stopped off to visit Kentucky relatives while on his way to the East C C Davis we understand has accepted a position as clerk with J C locker Coat Livingston His business herewill continue just the same Mrs E F4 Artliur pr Williams burg stopped Saturday on her return from a visit to Lnwreroeburg to spend a day or so with her daughter j trJ1 Fisht 118i Mrs G T Johnson of Waco Madison county is very seriously ill Miss Dell Jones who has been visiting her sister Mrs L W Bethurum for several ve ksleft- Monday forher home in Middles borough Messrs Willis Griffin J A I Landrum J N Brown Drs M Pennington and John M Williams went to Louisville Monday to attend a meeting of the Grand Lodge of Masons Deputy Collector W T Short left Sunday night for Washington D C to try to get his headquarters changed from Richmond to Mt Vernon if not bevillmove to Richmond in the near future LOCAL 0 Remember the debate at the college tomorrow night r To LOUISVILLE Tickets to Louisville will be sold tonight for 3 oo for the round trip the Teachers Excursion DRAT NovaraB the eleven months old daughter of Mr and Mrs Elmer Houk died yesterday from inflamation of the bowels BIG DEALJ W Baker has bought of W R Dillion his stock of Roods at Livingston the deal having been closed yesterday TELEPHONE The construction of a telephone line from Wildie to Conway will be begun in a few days so says Manager James Maret CONVENTIoNMr C A VanI winkle informs us that the Jackson county Sunday School convention will meet at McKee Saturday November 9 at 936 a m STOPPSTHE COUGH AND WORKS OFF THE COLD Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets curse a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents AT CONWAyThe Mt Sterling Oil and Gas Co unloaded their machinery at Conway this week and are getting ready to commence bore ing for oil at once TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25CtS COIlHSSIONERs1he road com missioners composed of Elishua Bullock T C Johnson G C Fish B F Adams J W Moore J J Owens H Blazer W H Carmical met Wednesday and allowed road claims In this issue you will note the ad vertisement of land to be sold for taxes More will follow next week I propose to collect these taxes before the first day of January HENRY CATRON i 41 S R C Supt W A B Davis says he finishedvisiting the schools through out thecounty yesterday and found them all in good condition aud moving along nicely with the ex ception of some that have been cut down in attendance by reason of sickness CLOSED DOWN Sparks and Williams crusher near No 3 tunnel having filled all the centrals for the railroad company has been closed down for the winter A number of men are still working striping dirt getting in readiness for next years work MAD DoG A dog belonging to Mr Lee Coffey which is supposed to have been bit by a road dogabout one year ago went mad Tuesday night and bit another dog which Mr Coffey pad Fortunately both were killed before they could do any damage r Those men who have not yet seen the large tbd complete line of tailoring samples of Strauss Bros Chicago now being shown by Cox Bros Who fepresen t them here ex elusively should not delay any longer Autumn is liere in full swing and is high time to have garments appropriate to the season mlstakeordermgIJrpn i reliable their prfce Imyaaiei Vr r j5 i J J f i LAUNDRY Brmg your laundry to Cox Bros store Mullins Lechleiter agents STOCKHOLDERS J Thos Cher ry President of the Rockcastle County Fair Asssociation informs ofIrow purpose ing officers for the next year A full attendance is desired MARSIIALT J Pennin ton has authorized us to say that he is a candidate for Marshal of Mt Ver non subject to the will of the people Jeff is sober honest and up right and if elected will fulfill every duty involved upon Jim and if we expect to have a good corporation the only kind to haveit is very necessary to have a good marshal FIRST CLASS The entertain ment given at the college Tuesday night by thief Rolling Bear the Idian Medicine Man was first ciass and greatly enjoyed by aUwho attended Eugene Mullins and Victor Tate who acted the parts of the colored servant and Pat the Irishman were strikingly good this being the first attempt of the boys at any thing of the kind LEGISLATUREMr C S Bow ling of Pittsburg has announced himself as a candidate for the legislature on the democrat ticketfor- the counties of Laurel and Rock castle against the Hon Ed Par ker of London While Mr Bow ling is a mighty nice fellow and would make a good representative yet the republican odds in the two counties aretoo great to expect a very favorable result The following programme will be carried out Saturday evening Oct igth in the College chapel Invocation Music Vocal Solo Miss Marshal Debate Resolved That the patriotism of the United States is in a state of decline Affirmative W H Krueger Cohsie Sutton Lee Chestnut Eugene Mullins Negative Albert Hiatt Brent McClary- BurdetChestnut Cecil McClary Music Judges decision J M CONWAY o MsR Jones was at Goochland last Monday on business j A Lipps is still at work in this section taking oil leases G S Wren was in Mt Vernon first of the week en business Jesse Dykes was in Mt Vernon last Friday on urgent business Dr Elmer Northcut was out from Valley View first of the week The drilling machine is here and the Company will commence sinking a well this week Church at Fair Viewwas well attended last Saturday night and SundayDr A Davis was out from Berea last week and purchased a load of corn from Scott Beldon Alexander Sajlor sold his small farmion little Clear creek to J R McCollom for three hundred dollars I lately made a trip through the eastern countyron business Some of the best republicans of that section wire loud for A W Stewart and they told me a man could ride for a whole day in that part and would not find a man that was not for Stewart f + A FIENDISH ATTACKf An attack wa lately made oh C F Collier of Cherokee loya that nearly proved fata It came backlwcchoutgseat pain nor sit ila chair except propped by cushions Oo refine dy Helped him until he tri Oed Electric Bitters which effected such a wonderful change that he writes he feels like a new man This marvelous medicine cures backache and kidney trouble purl- fiesthe blood atici builds up your health Qnl r50ctal Druggists rug 5ror iZjt1 1 o u vsas 4l n RELIGIOUS At the Anual Meeting of the Foreign Christian Missionary so ciety in Minneapolis Minti Tues day the following officers were electedSPresident A McLean Cincin nati First Vice President W S Dickinson Cincinnati Second Vice President B C Dewees Lexing ton Ky Third Vice President I N Spencer Lexington Ky i Fourth Vice President A Bo Pilputt Indianapolis Fifth Vice President S M Jefferson Lexington Recording Secretary George A Miller Covingtoii Ky Treasurer S M Cooper Cinncinnati Corresponding secretary F M Rains Cincinnati Auditor Russell Errett Cincinnati and Medical Examiner Dr P T Kilgour College Hill Cincinnati The House of Deputies of the Epicopal Church as a committee of the whole baa adopted the canon prohibiting the marriage of persons divorced for causes not arising previous to their former marriage The result of the vote will be re ported to the house The House of Deputies also adopted resolutions prpviding for a joint commission from both the House of Deputies and the House of Bishops to con sider relations between labor and capitalThe Rock River Methodist church of Chicago says the Rev A B Smart is unfit for pastorial work because he made slurring remarks about the assasination of President McKinley Rev D Hartfield will preach at Maretsburg tomorrow night and Sunday morning at n a m and at Mt Vernon Sunday night The protracted meetin g at the Christian church here conducted by the Rev Heartiield closed Wednesday night six additions The Synod of Kentucky in connection with the Southern Pres byterian assembly convened in Hopkinsville Tuesday Judge Shackelford Miller of Louisville was chosen Moderator i Land Stock and Crop 0C C Davis bought a much cow for which he paid3S Dr George Lawrence solda gelding in Stanford Monday for 100 and a mulecolt for 40 Robt Russell bought 72 205 pound hogs from Rufus and Henry Vanardsdall at 640 a hundred also 30 from Morris Threlkeld at same price These were extra good hogs Mr Russell also bought 100 hogs from other partiesatt5- to 5r cts Harrodsbiirg Demo crat SB Clay and Ben Wdodford sold to Gco Stuart about 5000 bushels of blue grass seed at 52 U ctsC Alexander Jr bdugt 200 feeding cattle in Fleming Coat 4 cts Ben Hopkins also pur chased 75 head in Fleming L Joseph bought of A S Thompson 42 head of export cattle at X475 to 525 weight 1495 He also bought 125 head from W P Stipp and B Stephens at same price 7Paris Kentuckiau Citizen A J W Cassity has rented tle farm of Mrs Winnie Talbert near Aarons Run containing 96 acres for 725 Possession given March i 1902 C0and L C Mober ley delivered to Simon Wiel Monday morning 69 export cattle which had previously been j con tracted for at 5 15 per hundred Fifty one of this bunch averaged 1398 IbsN andeighteen 1360 lbs SentinelDemocrat STRAY COW At ray place between Mt Ver non andBrodheadfone pale red cow white spot on bark between the hips and dehorned Has been at my place 2pr3 weeks Owner pan get same bj proving property and paying damages Sep 27 4t J J PlitfCE Fr if I w Rr gonulnrLaxativetcTemedy that cmtSacotdn osieiiRy tt e i r r C TH G nfl MD uuiu = =today COME toraor row COME any time But for your own ini comcDONT US untili pre1fur yobWe will save You Time and M 01 ey l Can goodsS1C62 lb Rolled Outs Sc iIcngCLOTHING SHOES HATS DRY GOODS AND NOTIONSU We PU BOll By Blilnj You at 6Jie BOB om t j BETTER GOODS AT LOWER PRICES THAN YOU CAN GET ELSEWHERE slapdashntiYture kinds of BRODHEAD KENTUCKY lIt vVj fayU 2- a Run After Them i Low Prices and High Qualities CORRECTED EACH WEEK Bl H FRITH Arbnckles Coffee iJcLion Coffee i2lc CIGood Green Coffee IDC to 12 0 Flour S per bbl 440 Flour Mt Belle 4oo Flour Plain Family 300 Granulated Sugar 16 lbiooLight Brown Sugar 17 i2lbsIoo Syrups per gallon 30c 7 Cakes of D Boone Soap roc Coal Oil vest per gallon iSc Calico best Grades 5qf PAY HIGHEST price COUNTRY PRO fitAIoriTmopa r1I THE man who says that forgets that painting properly done is economy and the fact is he cant afford NOS to paint often you require to paint is largely the paint you use dependentupoDI paintslabecause they cover most and wear longest Add to this their good appearance and you have perfect paints THE SHERMAN WIL LIAMS PAINTS They are made for many different kinds of painting Whatever it is you want to painta house or anything in or out of the housewe make the right paint for that particular purposenot one for all l SOLD BY I I C H FRITHI THE AMERICAN INVESTMENT GOMPMB Incorporated CAPITAL STOCK 25000 00 RESERVE SURPLUS 125UDQ oAMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS iv f 20000000 Address ail correspondence to R OMEO1 FIeE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS GoTo A BRYANTS FORS q ALL Ic Staple and Fancy Groceries Dry Goods- and Notions Boots and fSlioes and alT goods found in a general store JUST by the Depot IViT VERNON KV THEPH- AVE FOUND HOUK L4I MSI Mt Vernon Kyf l TO BEie place for Fair Dealing and 4 We on hand what you want ws are for Horse Shoe brand uoa hay and corn you want come to Our Big supply house and bo of s J jour WILL keeping Agents fertilizers farming implements shingles Anything convinced Qur Stock Grocery S1tJRJj Are Complete SHOES Shelves are groaning under the loads of goods to suit the general trade of all grades hats and caps clothing overV alls shirts collars and ties gull a ireneral line of riien s fnrnishinos LadiesAall Kinds OUR OUR goods are first1assjji motto PeDeaIe 1gj j I COME N Took buy and be satisfied thatwe- eitfeaii hat w say and you iJ continue to come HouXv Adams t PHONE iO 25 1R0 Miller House W J RIDER PROP R Beadqcarters for Commercial Men Porter at all trains The VerandaHotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room qn first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 ger day Hotel Frith F FRANCISCO Eropr Located at the Depot Bodneeu KY Good Livery Attached Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will fur lunches for all trains wder Fratcisco0 MONUMENTAL WORKS Jirodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS- SATISFACTION GIVEN Big Four BUFFALO ROUTEr TO PAN AMERICAN lXPUSITION 1901 X BEST LINE C TO Indianapolis 1 Peoria and Chicago y INFORMATION cheerfully fur nished on application at City Ticket 213FOURTH S JlGATESGeneral gen t LOUSYILLJi Ky 6 w New Fast Trai- nCOLORADO TO UTAH ITHEPACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May 19th The new train will lease St Louis 900 igin dailY the eveniugtrain tosame points lOIOp m daily Tro iiii sleeping car service be tweehi4ijlouis San Francisco and Nr bvestern points Only line dailyExeursioii on sale For furtlijt1 information address t R T OWMatlh ws T P Ai Lo vlre y p TOfNSEND Geit l Pass r Louisrniae of all d i1fJf bull tthcSignall ffice Mt Vernon t riCOURT CALENDAR rCOUNTY COURT Fourth Monday in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Monday in January April July ana OctoberCIRCUIT COURT Second Mon Mondayintember t rThIrdL O T M Mt Vernon Hive No 24 MT VERNON KY MEETSEvery TuesdayI 1St and 3rd week 230 p n12nd- and 4th week 7 3o p m Mrs NANNIE 1 ALBRIGHT LADY COM Miss BESSIE M HOUK LADY REC KEEP K Q T M Mt Vernon Tent No 21s MT VERNON KYt MEETSevery ist and 3rd Mon day in each month 730 p m I GEO S GRIFFIN COM ARCH FURNISH REC KE- EPMYERcM L DENTISTMT VERNON KY OFFICEAt the Rice property PHONE No 38 P A Pennington D D S M D DENTST- N W Con Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller Houst Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts R G Williams Attorney at Law MT VERNON KY OFFICE on Church StOpposite Court House R L BROWN ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KEPTUCKY OFFICEUp stairs in old brick hotel opposite Court house Special attention given to collections C C Williams Attornevat Law MT VERNON ICY OFFICE On 2nd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections G W MCCIURE J W BROWN McCLURE BROWN AttorneysatLaWi MT VERNON KY All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention Office room No8 in the old Brick Hotel FurnitureUndertaking A full and complete stock All orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest prices J A Mullins Son Successors to Blankenship Mullins LIVINGSTON KENTUCKY JBUiUHS flOTEL Furnished With every Cosaven fence and Comfort W F fubbs Prop LIVINGSTON KY SAMPLE rooms for Commercial men Au explosion of gas in the Spring Gulch Mine near Glen wood SpdngsjCold caused the death of six menf The Rev James A Wildman was tarredad feathered by a mob at Huntingtdn tnd because ne relmarkKinley Xfl j = t trrr1n Wr Circr irr t Mlj Lungs i i J attack of la grippe left me fufy bad cough My friends said i rhad consumption I then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and it cured me promptly A K Randies Nokomis Ill J You forgot to buy abot tle of Ayers Cherry Pectoral when your cold first came on so you let it run along Even now with all your hard coughing it will not disappoint you Theres a record of sixty years to fall back on Three sizci 2Sc SI druggists Consult your doctur If bo says take It then do M lie says If he tells you not to take it then dontore it He knows Leave it with willing J C AYEIt CO Lowell Mass TPAthens PAIN Tenn Jan 27 1001 Ever since tho first appearance of mv menses they were irregular and I hipsbnckbearing down pains in the abdomen During the past month I have been t 1dng Wino of Cardui and Thodfords BlackDraught and Ipassed the month ly period without pain for tho first time in yours NANNIE DAVIS What is life worth to a woman suffer ing like Nannie Davis suffered Yet thero are woman in thousands of homes today who are bearing those terrible menstrual pains in silence if you are ono of thcco wo want to say that this same WINEOf CARDUI will bring you permanent relief Console yourself with the knowledge that 1000000 women have been completely cured by Wine of Cardui These wom en suffered from leucorrhoea irregular menses headache backache and bearing down pains Wine of Cardui will stop all these aches and pains for you Purchase a 100 bottle of Wine of Cardui today and take It in theprivacy of your home ad4rnsnivingsTmptorn ChAttanoogaTenn he ifff Land i l On the Fourth Monday in Nov 1 19u1 Ior one of my deputies will tl it the front door of the Court follow1901 ofMIsdent W M Faiin Tax and 566rJresidentbcot 2 43 176 acres listed in the name of J TIiofGeorgedent R Southard Tax and cost i 82 oflVhiteLivesaYTax96 acres listed in the name of Ed MSpeak ofAmbroseAmbrose Tax and cost 798 So acres listed in the name of T HTaylor RMresident J R Whitaker Tax n- dcost297 60 acres listed in the name of JohnHardin19001901 6 75 60 acres listed in the name of residentSTax and cost 2 89 SIand cost 4 28 100 acres listed in the name of- Wright McLemore nearest resi dent John McLemore Tax and cost 2 90 140 acres listed in the name of Augustus Wolf nearest resident 28lresident1901 Tax and cost 4 18 ofLouisaS Doane Tax and cost 3 35 HENRY CATRON S R C Attention Good Dressers We were quite fortunate in securing tho exclusive right for this vicinity to take orders for tho famous tailor Ing of STRAUSS BROS Chicago We aro now diG playing their newest sam pies of Fine Woolens and wo urge every one interested in good clothes to call and inspect them Srauss Bros make the kind of clothes you like to wear accur ately tailored perfect fitting distinctively above the ordin ary yet prices are no higher than you have paid for in ferior goods Strauss Bros guarantee satisfaction and live up to it and we unhesitatingly back it COX BROS Oppo Courthouse sREASONS WHY You shouldtak Course at the JFJ Massey Business College LOUISVI1UUE KY l It Kentucky2 Its courses of study are thorough and systematic 3 A Avrif ten contract hacked hy a special deposit of 100600 is oLpermnnthhtllu4 vVpny students railroad fare to Louisville 5 Vi rrnuula1on rHdltltiQntCery cent of tuition paid to usif the pi n not thoroufrhlx siu fiedi p tats fee ElegarttCataogue and Special Diseoix nt r 9bi t l SY dal amn nac ta nli a- AM r getable Prepatationfol As siaiathtg iherocdandlegtda ling the Stoleuchs andBowels pr tlIness andltestCoftiains neither OpiumMorpuine nor Mineral NOT KASC OTIC 1 difpIn SuJ kt Sd Ilump Syd tcead faaJ Jir Flare yr Aperfecl Remedy for Ron Sour Worms Convulsions o1slipaI ness and Loss OF r ofa M ffNEW YORK s m EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER toowm r ti was t at For Infants and the 1 1 I r t t9i s tii hi yOII Cars to All Belt trains Chair Cars to jTexas without change You can adjust the chairs g ifhe day or a comfortable at night SSsBesides re j Chair Cars Coton Belt trains carry Pullman Sleepers night and Cafe Cars and tell us where you are going and you will leave and trip We will also send you an interesting little book Jet Trip to tEo G and T1 SLlcoIs For Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on November 5 1901 will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer as follows ThirdU u 1500 Fourthu u U 1000II FifthU rr50Cu Sixthu U U 400U Seventhu u u 300 occ Next 20 each 100 amounting to 2000u 100U 50u 5000 200u 26U rr 5OOOU 1000II 10U 10000rc 3060II 5II II 15300 A total of4387 prizes amounting to 5OGOO f In case of guesses prize equally divided Contest closes November o9 1901 The 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