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Townsen, nearest resident Robtt McLemore,' 'nearest resident Wright Morris, tax and cost 2 01 McLemore.'tax'and cost 3 35 Mr. B. Philips was in town SunOn the Fourth Monday in Nov., acres listed iu the name of ',80 acrcs'lfstcd in the name of O. 50 day night. 1901, I," or one of my deputies will Sarah Mobley heirs, nearest resi- M. Walleu, nearest resident Mrs. sell at the front door of the CourV Mr. Bob Collyer was inx town 3 90 OPENED 1900. dent H. E. Northan, tax aud Jas. Price, tax and cost house in Mt. Vernon, the folbw-ni- g cost 60 acres listed in the name of Saturday night. 2 45 tracts of land for taxes for 1900-19360 acres listed in the name of Sarah Tones, nearest resident J. L. CAPITAL STOCK, i5;'bdb Mr. H. L. Tate was in town 4 28 Phil T. Allen, nearest resident Norton, tax aud cost Saturday night. ,?4o acres listed in the name of 100 acres listed in the name of Jacob Sambrook, tax aud cost 14 88 Mr. B.'J. Bethurutn spoke here John Parker, nearest resident A. JAS. T. ADAMS, Vicb-PrrSquire Newcomb, nearest resident C C. WILLIAMS, Pr&s. 7 acres listed in the hame of Thos Sams, tax aud cost A. B. FURNISH, Asst. Cask. 3 43 Argcnbright. nearest resident Lark Noah Bishop, tax and cost Saturday night. 3 06 W. L. RICHARDS, "Cashier, t ' 1 town 16t in Brodhead listed in 49 acres listed in the name of Chumley. tax and cost 28 s Rev. Stinnet will move to this DIRECTORS. Jonas McKenzie. Geo. Livesay. A. T. Fish, Susie Paterson, nearest resident acres listed in the name of J. the name of John W. Newland, tax Fiitz Krueger, Rod Perry, Vincent Boreing, J. E. Houk. place iu the near future. Allen Mounce, tax aud cost 2 43 G. 100 5 2S Cummins, nearest resideut Jno. atld cost Miss Clyde Cass was in Mt VerWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals. Careful atten- 100 acres listed in the name of Sawder, tax and cost 32 acres listed in the name of 5 28 v. wu ahj Theo Pigg, nearest resident Elvv.u V.UUUWV1WUJ non Saturday and Sunday. ua MLiujuu Mrs M. F. Owens, nearest resident tint"! 1i mxiry rrAmrrwm AtifriicfuI tsjt nc 24 acres listed in the name of Sal-li- e Our friends and patrons arc iuvited to call when in town. bert Browning, tax and cost 5 57 1 W. M. Crank, tax and cost 97 Arnold, nearest resident Kate Mr. Cossie Sutton, of Mt. Ver20 acres listed in the name of Carpenter, tax and cost 11 acres listed in the name ot 2 43 non, was in town again Sunday., George Pointer, nearest resident Amanda Owens, nea'rest 'resident 100 acres listed- in the name of Mrs. Clark and Miss Nola Kcis-Hp- g Jessie Pointer, tax and cost 2 87 Arnold aud Baker, nearest resident M. C. Tyree, tax 'and cost 2 20 1 town lot in Livingston, listed Tom Stalworth, tax and cost 5 20 50 acres listed in then ame of Geo. Monday was at Crab Orchard in xthe tiEme of John C. Powell, Ed Painter, nearest resident J. F. last. 25 acres listed iu the name of J. tax and cost 4 59 4 28 L. Ball, nearest resident Elic Hel- Harris, tax and cost Mr. Walter Owens paid Mr. 25 acres listed in the name of 50 acres listed in the name of ton, tax and cost 3 90 Granville Owens a. short visit Sun- W. H. Renner, nearest resident R ley Ross, nearest resident Bub Capital Stock, 5100,000. Surplus, $180,40.76 50 acres listed in the name of R ss, tax and cost day. 2 97 G. W. Anderson, tax ann cost 3 90 Elbert Browing, nearest resideut ' acres listed in the name of J. Mrs. Elmer Houk, of Maretburg, 134 acies listed in the name o Theo Pigg, tax and cost ' 3 43 Rl 25 Ross, nearest resident Bub was visiting Mrs. R. S. Martin, last Si J. Robinson, nearest resident listed 2 town lots in Livingston, 3 20 J W. Hayden, W, P. Walton, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmoro John Huston, tax and cost 3 98 in the name of De Bjyant, tax and Ross, tax and cost week. 26 acres listed in the name of 0. Hied, T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Triple,, 50 acres listed in the name of 7 98 'Mrs Rigsby, of Prcachersville, J. W. Southard, nearest resident cost Z Wm. Harrison, nearest resident 5d,Wr'gsJ5iisted in the, name of M. J. Miller and S. T. Harris. 2 87 was visiting Rev. Holtzclaw, last Jane Cromer, tax-ancost 3 58 ThpsT QJprk, nearest resident Jas. John Adams, tax and cost Sunday. 200 acres listed in the name of We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining 100 acres listed in the name of DutliaT&, tax and cost 2 43 fry, counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all ,busi- - . Ben Thomas, nearest resident Wr J. N. Isdn, nearest resident GranMiss Aurilla Livingston, of Crab i''fown lot in Livineston. listed ness intrusted to us. Personal application and correspond- - t. 7 60 M. uwens, tax and cost 3 31 Irt the name of Martha Clancy, tax ville Leece, tax and cost Orchard, gave Brodhead a pleasant ence, with a view to busiuess relations, invited. . 1 town lot in Livingston, 91 acres listed iu the name of 1 listed' and cost 97 visit last week. Linch, uearest resident Gum' S. HOCKER, Pres., in the name of 'A. J. Smith, tax Ellen J JNO. J. McROBERTS, Cas'h'ier. 25 acres listed in the name of Sulphur, tax and cost Miss Altie Owens, of Sayers' and edst V3 35 v3 43 Tilda Collins, nearest resident S. P. A. A. McKINNEY. Ass't Cashier. neighborhood, was in town Satur91 acres listed in the name of 30 acres listed in the name of C. Griffin, tax and cost 1 97 Jack Leece, nearest resident J. B. R. Payne, nearest resident A. J. day and Sunday. 50 acres listed iu the name of Jim Bardes, tax and cost 5 75 Payne, tsx and cost, . 3 43 Collins, nearest resident Robert Miss Sadie Martin, the belle of acres listed in the name of Jewell, tax and cost 42 acres listed in the name of J. 40 3 43 Maretburg, was in town from Fri- William Percifield, nearest resident N. Lutes, nearest resident E. S. acres listed in the name of Lutes.jtax and cost for 50 day till Sunday. D. Cottengim, tax and cost 1900 and .3 90 Ed Cottin, nearest resident W. H. "A " 5 29 1901 Miss Myrtle Wells, of Crab Orch200 acies listed in the name of J, Morris, tax and cost 3 90 100 acres listed in the name of ard, is visiting Miss Jewel Fran- W. Riddle heirs, nearest resident 157 acres listed in the name of Henry Maddox heirs, nearest resi: George Proctor, tax and cost 13 06 Winnie Chestnut, nearest resident cisco, this week. dnt Jno Blanton, tax and cost 5 20 75 acres listed iu the name of W. M. Fish, tax and cost 7 05 Mr. Henry Wftlls, of Crab Qrch-ard- Richard V , 48 acres lifted in the name of TSHWnHff'JrW3Hfi Sowder, noarest resident is visiting his father-in-law-, ; .ff .Jr " 44 acres listed in the name of yjhu Roberts, nearest, rcsidehtiLqe J. B. Ramsey, tax and cost 3 90 Emly Daugherty, nearest resident MYl F. Francisco. 6 03 cost 65 acres listed iu the name of Jas. Mahaffey, takauiTco'sf "' 1 97 ftbms,"tsxanU Mrs. Conn, of Mt. Vernon, who Matilda Southards, nearest resident 70 aeffis "listed in the name of J. 30 acres listed in the name of EK Singleton, nearest resident "Jhas bteu visiting Mrs. J. T. Cherry, J. S. Southards, tax and cost 3 82 WMHMMMMHHMMMMHMMiBHnMMi Hardin Durham, nearest resident Woods Leece, tax and cost 3 90 listed in the name of Grant Loving, tax and cost home Monday. returned 30 aires 2 78 100 acres listed in the name of Kinley, nearest resident A. Miss Helen Thurmond enter- James 200 acres listed in the name of W. L. Singleton, nearest resident I ; 2 97 J. Payne, tax and cost Kept in Stock. Orders by Mail, 'Telegraph or Telephone Elkins heirs, nearest resident Jones P. J. Hall, tax and cost tained quite a number of her 3 43 50 acres listed in the name of J. French, tax and cost Promptly filled. 5 20 friends Friday night last. "15 acres listed in the name of B. Baily for 1898, 1899, 1900 and 200 acres listed iu the name of Jas. Spooi:amoore, nearest resident St Mr. Burdett McKeuzie, Eugetie 1 90 1, nearest resident Joe Doan Mrs. , E. Griffin, nearest resident Harris, tax aud cost 3 57 ' 20 Fount 5 17 George Pope, tax and cost Mullins and Den McClure, of Mt. tax aud cost 5 76 acres listed in the name of F. 222 acies listed in the name of 8ytnilW'VTTItMlliaL!lIliMMOTga5,tC5.'jaEaB Veruon, were iu town Sunday. 35 acres listed in the name of M. Thomas, uearest resident jas. John W. Marler, nearest Jesident Mrs. C. H. Frith gave a Griffin, nearest resident D. Mobley, tax and cost Mr. and 3 20 56 12 George J. L. Brown, tax and edst 3 20 social Tuesday night, all spent a. ro acres listed in the name af J. Clark, tax and cost 96 acres listed in the name of very pleasant and enjoyable even- W. Miller, nearest resident Wil565 acres listed in the name of j. N. Thomas, nearest resident jas. 3 75 11 82 Mrs. T. A. Gresham, nearest resi- Mobley, tax and cost liams Cox, tax and cost ing. and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. 100 acres listed in the name bf acres listed in the name of dent Livingston, tax and cost 43 13 17 A most profitable and pleasant Sally Wiley, nearest resident B. 1 town lot .in Livingston, listed W. R.' Cress, nearest resident S. E. Mt. Vernon, Ky. meeting closed at the Christian Bodkin, 8 45 1 97 in the name of Mrs. M. J. Goodin, Cress, tax and cost tax and cost church, Sunday night, with twenty-tw- o 10 75 One town lot in Mt. Verjnon, tax and cost 90 'acres listed in the name of D. additions. G. Cummins, Nearest resident Richnearest resident Jim Taylor, tax 100 acres listed in the name of 4 82 A difficulty arose between H. H. and cost 4 82 Hackney heirs, nearest resident Jas ard Hays, tax and cost name of 93 "acres listed in the One town lot in Mt. Vernon near- C. McGuire, tax and cost Reynolds and Green iToving, of 2 43 Adam Cromer, nearest resident soon est resident Jam. I. White & Co., this place Tuesday, but was 50 acres listed in the name of Van Swearinger, tax and cost 3 43 ' cost 2 90 Pauling Ingrain, nearest resident settled by our marshal, W. A. tax and acres listed in the name of 93 60 acres listed iu the name of Grant Loving, tax and cost 2 43 Tyree. Wm.iDecker, .nearest resident A. FINE HEAUSE Attached, Caii " Mrs. L. B. Adams in Mt. Vernon acres listed in the name of Cromer, tax and cost 3 37 30 The November town election tax and cost 16 35 iurnish Metalic Caskets and have John C. Johnson, nearest resident 75 acres listed in the name of Embalming done on short notice. 1901, resulted in' the choice of acres listed in the name of E. Albert Griffin, tax and cost 4 35 J. F.?Dyer, nearest resident Tho'sar Granville Oweus for Police Judge. T. 50 Adams, nearest residont J. H. Come and see me, anything I have not got can get foT you on first 3 66 in the name of Bowmen, tax and cost 75 acres listed 2 93 J. E. WalJen for City Marshal of Reynolds, tax and cost the city. ll Ester Mason, nearest resident 3 acres listed iu the name of this place. 160 acres listed in the name of Brush Creek, tax and cost by wire Promptly Filled, . 4 28 Gentry Evans, nearest resident V. OR .. .. Sam McClure, nearest rasidet H. G. G. Eicely, tax and cost 3 43 Op An Editor. ' Grrat Luck 25 acres listed in the name of Edwards, tax and cost 9 44 "For two years all efforts to cure One town lot in Mt. Vernon, W M. Mitacle, nearest resident J. 400 acres listed in the name of 2 97 Eliza Gentry, nearest resident J. Eczema'in the palms of my Muds nearest resident Mrs. Rosaline Nes-bit- T. Durham, tax and cost 6 13 H. Ramsey, tax and cost 1 97 45 acres listed in the name of failed,,' writes Editor H. N. Lester, tax arid cost acres listed in the name of 75, nearest resident of Syracuse, Kan., "then I was 30 acres listed in the name of Almda Metcalfe, EU Hall, nearest resident Car Bur-net- tf Geo. Griffin, tax and cost 2 43 wholly cured by Bucklen's Arnica Ashley Owens, nearest residsnt 3 20 Jax and cost 1 town lot in Livingston, listed RELIEF Salve." It's the world's best for William Owens? tax and cost 3 66 122'acres listed in the name of ASTHMALENEBRINGSINSTANT 35 acros listed in the name of in the name of A. M. Miuk, tax and Elizabeth Harper, nearest resident And Permanent Cure in AllCaBes. disEruptions, Sores and all skin 1 97 William Pattent, nearest resident cost M. Sowder, tax and cost 5 97 eases. Only 25c at all Druggists. SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL. 11 Joe'Hansel, tax and cost 3 feres listed in the name of 30 acres listed in the name of 40 Office Department again acres listed in the name of T. W. A. Morris, nearest resident J. B; Lucitfda Adams, nearest resident 20 The Post "PHERE is nothing like Asthmalcne. It brings in- CHAINED 3 43 W. Hi. Reed, tax and cost recommends an appropriation for M. Payne, nearest residet G. W. Morns, tax and cost 3 43 X stant relief, even in the worst cases. It cures FOR TEN 2 '78 YEARS pneumatic tube service in the large Payne, tax and cost listed in the name of J. when all else Ails. acres listed iu the name of Cal 75 25cres 50 acres listed in tuename ot jas. Mullins, nearest resident S. P. P. Barron, nearest resident W. A. cities, although Congress refused it The Rkv. C.F. Wrlls, of Villa Ridge, 111., says: Arnold, nearest resident J. A Smith, Griffin, tax and cost 2 97 "Vnnr trinl brittle of Asthnialene received in nood ' 3 90 RenntJr, tax and cost the last session. at 2 97 tax and cost condition. I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for 3 100 acres listed in the name of Throbbing Headache. listed in the name of J. W.200 acres listed in the name of Eldridge Bullock, nearest rcsidnt J. That 50 acres the cood derived from it. I was a slavf, chained J. McNabb, nearest resideut Would quickly leave you, if you C. Hays, nearest resident Win. Sam Saras, tax and cost W. Bullock, tax and cost with putrid sore throat and asthma for ten years. 352 6 20 3 43 I saw your ader- I despaired of ever being cured. itsed Dr. King's New Life Pills. Nicely, tax and cost acres listed iu the name of 50 200 acres- listed in the name of tjsement for the cure of this dreadful and tormenting in the name of resident Jas. 00 acres listed Thousands of sufferers have proved McWhorter. nearest resi- Nath Bussel, nearest 2 20 J. Nathan tmrr?aMM disease, asthma, and thought you had overspoken matchless merit for Sick and Alex Mink, nearest resident, A. 28 dent Jones French, tax and cost 3 35 Mize, ballance tax and cost their yourselves, but resolved to give it a trial. To my IVH Norton, tax and cobt 5 in the name of Geo. 75 acres listed Nervous Headaches. They make astonishment, the trial acted like a charm. Send acres listed in the name of Bussel, nearest reeident Richard 67 J. pure blood and build up your health. S. 50 acres listed in the name of W. W. M. Newcomb, nearest resident Modre, tax and cost. e bottle." me a Moore, nearest resident J. Mary Mullins, tax and cost Only 25 cents, Money back if not Woodall, tax and cost 3 29 to send to everv sufferer a trial treatment of ASTHMA- TrR wfnii 3 43 1 nacres lisieu in wie name ui W l.KNR. similar to the one that cured Mr Wells. We'll send 'cured. Sold by all Druggist. 100 acres listed in the name of EnqS Boone, nearest resident W. acres listed in the name of Jim 75 it by mail POSTPAID, ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE, to Sarah Owens, nearest resident S. R. Boone, tax and cost Bus-se3 43 Never mind. Perhaps Mr. Roosevelt has heard Mize, nearest resident Nath any Milfenr who will wtite for it. even on a postal. 3 35 tax and cost , 4 35 P. Griffiu, tax and cost 50 acres listed in the name of thouL'h ou are dcsnairinc. however bad your case, ASTHMALENE story of the man who told the 3 acres listed in the name of C. ,13. Carr, nearest resindeut E. of in the oo will relieve ond cure. The worse your case, the more glad we are to Nbab,when he'was refused admis Jasperacres listed nearest name 3 43 resident John L. Owens, nearest resideut Hall, tax and cost McGraw, Tin not delav. Write at1 once, addressinc DR. TAFT onH ...,... r :.. sion to the ark, that he didn't caier Robert Nichols, tax and cost 8 59 Sol Griffin, tax and cost 1 2i; acre? i!....i 111 4i. ii&iku 97 uic name ui BROS.' MUDICINE CO.. 79 East 130th St., N, Y. City. ASrSoid , nearest resideut 'it was only a shower, anyway, town lot in Livingston, listed Jofiri McPhcr.-onhv all Drutrsists 20 acres listed in the name of H. 3 43 WfnHMVHBflBMHMIMHHBMIiliWVn Later, he. will be able to appreciate B. McKinney, nearest resident J iu trie naiiie of Steve Owens, tax Tom Gentry, lax and 'cost ' .Jm(I CO.NTI.NUKD ON 4TH l'AG&S.) and cost vkt. 3 35 3 87 Hibhard. tax and cost , BRODHEAD o- , - Sheriff' land. aep THE MM MT. VeRNON, KY- - 01: i s. -- - . - First National Bank. OF STANFORD, KY. DIRECTORS: ' d ( - DAN NIK OWENS UNDERTAKER y, kiw Caskets, fafimSR!EdJ5il Ml MM&1 AMHMPVfM 'FL' . ''.' JL Coffins, Robes Etc. BRODHEAD, KEN TUCK WILLIS GRIFFIN Practical Undertlcer Stock Complete 1 1 " c at m. DERS t, ASTHMA CURE FREE! - lull-siz- l, s ' -- 1 . y aiuuiimi ja i njjmjui.um LivumuuuaMrjamx'hcra3U.&tKihaixirBK mimtmmiumiiiiviiuLMnmixuiMiamjjiwt.jiminLiKtmziixxamjtujjMtjiarsaea nmTTnrnTrrnfmirimrirTniWTiimiirnrrr V V ir . "v ' ".' "J Louisville has turned up a brew- where he stands now is a horse, of votes there and in the vicinity with Sprfads Likk Wildfikk. ery trust, which may be only a of another color, and where he will him, one of them being the new they When things su-- ilie lx-scheme to increase the consumption stand when the tariff reforms try to egro steward, beccme "the best selling." Abra, of Kentucky's "real stuff." get Congress to act iu defiance-o- f Fkiday, Nov. 8, iqoi. ham Here Has the Panama Camil lobby huggifat, of its field ol operations to :Uif-i)lorders of the bosses will be tended "Electric O,, w !:--: governEven the little ten-ceI'lUurs ire the tie- -i e Itrg bitters I That question Published every Friday by ment of Nicaragffa thinks it safe to another yet since he made his Ntcaiagua? e on the reciprocity treaties, made pertinent by an official linw handled in 2 3 ears." You monkey with the interests of the EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. COD-LIVE- R OIL WITH men are not making any pos- -' mumeation to the Stale Department know'whj? Most diseases begin in OF U. S., in the Isthmian canal. HYPOPHOSPHITES . liver, kidneys, Empires also are ungrateful. A. itive statements about where he announcing that the government of dis.irderbofj-t'imaoii- , $I.OO recall is Minister WVa reward for stands on anything. Nicaragua bad repudiated the, trea'y kowel. blond imii! jir.v- -. Electric RhOUlc! always be keptllT SUBSCRIPTION ONK YKAR regu- The estimates of Secretary Hitch- - with the U. S under which the BlUt-r- tones up tin St successfully bamboozling Secretary Ahe houSC for the fol cock for appropriations for the next lattei was empowered lo construct iates liveo, kulnevs and bowels, Advertising rates made known on Hay during the late troubles in towing reasons: c canal across the purifies the blood, iiitMigtheus the! fiscal year for the Interior Depart- - an application China. ' Because. ' If .any , member -.territory of Nicaragua; also the ex nerves, hence cuies multitudes of. flrwDCJ-Hrj.in 7 u ii.' Buffalo, like all the other Exno- - ment are complete. They tolal of the family ha: a naru toiu, u .' treaty between the two uialudies t ho entire; It builds up will cure It. Tin; electiojti is over and Mr. H Mtion cWes, is finding that the S'jo.ooo.ooo, of which 142,161,200 tradition officountries. State Department system. Puts new life smd vigor' Because, If' trie, I,. Tate was eledted sheriff of Rock wirirlMt mrt of t1ii Kiici'iipm i fnot- - ' ,ur peons. WW cials proless entire ignorance of the into any weak, sickly, rundown man SEOONDdelicate and sickly ,lt vlll Lindsay, of Ky., who ing vp the loss. In this case it castle, by a good majority, and we . motives that inspired this action on or woman. Price 50 cents. Sold strong and'welh make them has not been iu accord with his congratulate hi in on his splendid totals $3,000 000. TM3PJT Because, If the- father ov;', party for several years, seems to be the part of the government of bv all druggist victory. Mr. Stewart asked the Wanted to know where stand ,v,o,lnr.incf flesh and becomV, Nicaragua, but that doscn't neees- . . o ;x ',..;., . . niuiui rmaSR!ErBXnxWJMCSK5WlKMS people to support him. but the on the reciprocity question; liberal getting back on his democratic legs, emaciated, it win ouiia lug thin and Prolessions , majority saw fit to give their sup-po- reward for correct information. so to sneak. He said on u .nhWt hany lucan anyinmg. j them up and give them flesh and about anytmng me I strength. to Mr. Tate, and now that Address T. R., White Plouse, that is daily gaining iu political!01 Wiorance ' lu " '"' importance: "The Republicans do ",um- - """ the fight is over and the question Washington, D. C. Because it b the V ; been a specialty of the State Depart- E30ZSUIu"r not seem very eager to ratify the remedy In all throat and' yWA decided let every one, whether you The y dodge me,lthere ,s no ubJcct 1,ow be' " I had a terrible coia aim couw 1L ,. lung affections. ' voled for him or not, give him having been worked out. wily ap- reciprocity treaties, and I shall be hardly breathe. 1 then tried Ayer's country tnat Iore ine PeoPlc ol your encouragement and support, plicants for Federal offices now disaonointed if nnv of them are Cherry Pectoral, and it gave me imNo household should bo without It. . j mediate relief." .. . favorably acted upon by Congress will bear closer watching than the du-ttg It cin in Ui'.en in sum.nu that he may well perform the rely upon shouting for Roosevelt W. C. Layton, &iaeu, 111. rr In utnt.l ll' rJ.A at the coming session. The Repub- Isthmian Caual question, and it may UO in w.1.1. .. mi of that important office to in ,. 1904 to turn the trick. 1. ml jioo,lli:ruglju. t 'Jlv ia m licans have an opportunity thereto be added none in which there is ... T" el IUWNC, C'lerailU, IwwYorV. which he has been elected. will your cough How likeThe government intends to dump cut under the Democrats and pre- more crookedness and scandal : h trmipht? Worse. DroD- - U . 'SSZtoM $20,000,000 more of the peoples vent them from making u revisieu ly to grow out of. THIS ELECTION. ably. For it's first a cold, o money into a naval station in the of the tariff a political issue, but I Pettigrew, tvho was then a courzh, then bron v.w.?.t A '.' .'lo:. !"TX TSl Yea, truly those do not believe the Republicans will in Washington a day or two ago, f. Boyle democrats win with hands Philippines. chitis or pneumonia, and P cssrV- - ' down. islands are expensive luxury. do it. The result will probably be sa'id of the issues of the next nationnt Inst ennsumotion. i try ife Lincoln elects the full democratic &.. '.--V,-,- . r1 S Lord Pauncefote is back in that the Democrats of different al campaign: -"If any party is f. OUglis always ticket. Washington, and he ca'rried the views will unite on that issue and smart enough to take up the govdownvard. Stop this Casey county went republican new treaty with England ou the fight upon it to a party victory." ernment ownership of all means of :x downward tenuency uy u about 375. transportation it should be the issue. Isthmian Canal. Whether that n.fijj Official announcements of the taking Ayer's Cherry Pec t . Everything went democratic but treaty deserves condemnation or administration will soon be dis- If the democratic party would take ' t'A"'t: It U. jf toral. if w? ' commendation is yet to be 'ascerup that issue it would win. There Rockcastle. jj rca'um '.' !... Three tlics: 25c, 59c, St. Alt StBithls. ''TV.Ul.D i. r vuxv '"'V counted by the public if they are as L.J HWmV'E is no other issue that so closely Democrats carried Madison coun-ty.b- y tained. tnl:o votir ilot'or. If lio car yon It, H a rule followed by contrary official o y. " he . tlion do a. lie nun mro tel .. Mr. Roosevelt carried the "nig orders as soon as that of a few days concerns the people of this country iu about 500. t n ttttrn it. men it The policy has been for the railPJiJjJl'W;,,. MM, lcu Republicans claim New Jersey ger" Steward of the White House ago saying that it had been definite- roads to give the lowest rates to the of yanrMlnt M'l. If VAR t'rtl.n UIT.VD'3 tVtt ECSETO I't'Ili: U III Tt I . .Ml 1I AU OMr.i ' SOT fOJ- Oyster Bay to vote, but they ly decided not to send reenforce-tnent- s largest shipper, and that has built to by 7,000 to 10,000. tliiiixrcop honouj. Hxjit-jI'TAINT VAtCWIA?." at .tea co. PJ'tl .A rll i didn't occupy the same seat in the up large shippers. The advantage to the Philippines. The war nmuvin tuT'.;iK.kl.V'a.i(U. i.otrouiiir.i'i McCreary is the nextU. S. Senamix. J. y If) cwi cor. j:iitti3v v?. : parlor car, nor take their meals or llOf-I- 1'mvt, .W &? l'UUili klMiUVMUUW department has issued orders to the in rates of transportation so secured tor from Kentucky. atvc.t, iu. lit Why this distinction be- Eleventh Cavalry and the Twenty- - has often been a sufficient profit in IP JTTt itself. We want government ownJefferson county elected the en- tween "niggers?" , tt eight Infantry to go the Philippines ership of railroads, so that the small tire democratic ticket. Mr. Roosevelt is said to be iu and they will go on the next trans- shippers can get the same rates as kot to C.tA'c, HM8rn, Pfcrt. or Cjip. Nash was Governor of doubt about the P. TLA "laSAK I'AJNT CO., St. r,oulr..31o: j ob. ports sailing, the Grant from San the larger shipper." Ohio by about 60,000. Sold and guaranteed by ', Secretary Gage is having another If true, he should give the people Francisco, Nov., 10; the Warren Geo. T. Farris is State the benefit of the doubt by throwing from the same port, Dec, 16; the whack at the Treasury surplus. Wilt 3 Sk Iff Kl K?E! K Eg THEO Senator by a good majority. his influence against it, but his Crook from New York, Dec. i,"and He is buying bonds, when those who offer them meet his views. A really healthy woman haa The State is estimated to have habit of allowing himself to be talk- the JJutorcl iroin tue same ,port Perhaps he thinks hewon't have a o A6 . ed around almost destroys hope in Dec. 20. g'oue about 40,000 democratic. pain or nt tlio ehance'to'buy any bonds after Con gress gets a chance at the surplus. jno woman luuusiruiii penou. Grainger, democrar, was elected that direction. If the recometfdations of 4the Kentucky. nccaa tJ hfivo any. . Mayor of Louisville by over 7,000. wino ofl Gov. Durbinstands by Taval Board of Construction, 'jww CONWAY Cardui will quickly rdliovo thoso On joint ballot, the Legislature Taylor, the fugitive from Kentucky in the hands of Secretary LongTare smarting nionstru.il pallia nuli .'. will stand 100 democratic and 38 justice, and refuses to grant the re adopted, the will get a J. M. Nave was in Nicholasville tho dragging licad, back and quisition of Gov. Beckham for the big share of the Treasury surplus, "yyttf republican. last week. Milo nchca caused by falling ofl extradition of Taylor. Perhaps whih is arousing so many visionCummins, republican candidate Mrs. G. W. Jones is on the'sick tho womb and irregular menses. for Governor of Iowa, has a plu- there are citizens of Indiana who ary schemes in the minds of the list this week. are proud of Durbin's protectiou republican bretheren. In addition rality of about 90,000. Jk1' G. W. Jones was in Mt. Verof Taylor, but we doubt it. to the two battle-ship- s and "two non Saturday. d Theue are some things too ha3 brought permanent relief to The U. S. Industrial Commission atmoured cruisers that the last Ynu eauVjinUo your hnr. and vulgar that not even a 1,000,000 women who suffered Iiera iu noft m a cluvo Jesse Dykes and family were in will expire by law, Dec. 15, much Congress authorized plans to be und oi touqh ta lio hy "Skunk." will condescend to noevery month. It makes tho mento the regret of a number of gentle- drawn for, the board wants Congress Richmond first of the week. Oil. You an lengthen lis tice. It strual organs strong and healthy. Inst (wlco us tiin us it W. H. Jones sold and delivered men whom it has provided with at the coming session to authorize ordinarily nould. It is tho provision mudo by Na- Republicans elect State'and Legiscomfortable salaries for several and make the approbations for a car of coal hero last week. tuit) to g'vo women relief from! lative tickets in Massachusetts, years.. Irs accomplishments consist forty warships of all classes. That Mrs. J. H. Sigman is visiting - Sj tho terrlblo nohes and pcinj which however, considerable gains were of a lpt of printed opinions, most would be a wholesale increase of relatives in Berea this week. blijht so many honies. made by the democrats. of which are not worth what it oost our navy that would be likely to D. C. Pulltns and Win. Cotrol GncamTooD.LA., Oct. 14, 1900. D&VO been Vcrv nlnlr fni- - mm. 4lmA In greater New York, Seth Low, to put them in type. mnUen a poor looUlnpr arouse European suspcion of an were out from Pnint Lick last SunI was talton vltli a sevcro pain iu my IIU4 noir. Miuls of the. Fusion candidate defeated puio. heavy bodied oil, Pettigrew I ttloU n bottlo of Wino of Ciudiii. thinks intention on the part of this govern- day. ! prepared to foro I bad taken nil of It I was relieved Shephard, the Tammany candidate government ownership of railroads ment to go to war with some nation. ibo V.VOtlUT. I feci It my duty to crty tbut j ou bavo a Thompson McGuire was in vx)nUorf ul medlolno. Solil ovorynliere for i&ayori by about 30,000. would be a winning national issue. There are several hills to be climb- Goochland last Sunday, looking In curn all sizes. Mrb. II. A. Youkt. House of Representatives there So it might, but if the government ed by these recomendations, how- after some personal business. Hatla bj STANDARD Oil. CQ. IS?1?! 1,'a latUn ' AiUlwry lH.iirtnwnt."Tiia i.asiwiiooea.iioaiclcai;o., will be 74 democrats, 25 republi- was to be of the trusts, and by the ever. They must be endorsed b'y Cliattanoogi.Tcaa. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Jones, who I,i Hung Chung, tilt; Chinese cans and 1 independent. Seuate, trusts, as at present, where would the President and by Congress beaeaiEiasSEaiafflEce: have been iu Illinois for several Minister is dead. the advantage of the people come fore they can hit the Treasury sur25 democrats and 13 republicans. mouths returned home last Thursis au "off year" in iu? This country needs a govern- plus. Although this day. GO TO- politics there are some useful point- ment that will control the trusts, Mr. Roosevelt had for a recent The company, that is drilling for ers in the election returns of more and not be controlled by them, dinner-gueGZEft Mr. J. J. Hill, the oil on Copper creek, ars progressing than one btate, to tnose wise worse than anything else. , railroad maguate, who is in several very well and are looking for a enough to take advantage uf them. things for which he would like ad flow every day. VERWOKS, KY. Washington Letter. ministration support. One of them Robert Brannatnan, who has 'OLD HICKORY' CHIPS. owhich there is reason to believe for Everything in From Our Regular Correspondent. been very low for several months, r was discussed at the The most significant political ocis now uearing death's door. He Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoos, ami - Gonorari Because no naval hero has ever currence, of the week was the boom- conference, in which Secretary Hay is not expected to live but a few Mcrchundjso m54 i ,t ( been President of the U. S. is no ing of Mr. Roosevelt as a candidate participated, was the completion of days. '?. reason why one will not be. bv au American for President in 1904, by a member the Panama Canal BI;ST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. Come to Rouud Stone above the Every sensible New Yorker of Minnesota republicans in Wash syndicate headed by J. Pierpont mnkuiiiiMUiutnuwi agrees that the town is not as black ington, including Judge Emery, of Morgan and having for members a Dead line, when you want to travel -THEqs the painters made Minneapolis. This indicates that bunch of It is on the best road in the county. People up here have no business it. the Fair batiks boom, which many undei stood to be the purpose of raw sense, so says some big bugs below Mr. Carnegie is again 011 Atueri thought a few months ago would this syndicate, if certain arrange (Incorporated.) can soil and prepared to resume get the backing of the McKinley ments can be made with this gov- - here, but they have get up enough CAPITAL STOCK '. to make a good road. 5 25,000 00' the distribution of steel-truadministration, is dead at home, eminent, to buy .out the French ."SERVE SURPLUS 125,000 0ft' money. and that Minnesota will not. do the Panama Canal Company, and comASTOUNDINPt DlSCOVKllY. AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS .....'.... 200,000 GS- Frptji' Coopersville, Mich., conies The English coutiuuc to be "sur- "favorite sou" act. But the real plete the canal. The affair is being Address all correspondence to prised" by the Boers, but the rest significance of the Roosevelt shout- manipulated in great secrecy, but word'of a wonderful discovery of a of the world regard it as a matter ing at this time is the accompanying, on general principles, this govern- pleasant tasting liquid that when LEXINGTON, KY. demand for tariff reform. That de ment will be wise to decline having used before retiring by any oiie of course. mand is nothing short of a slap in anything to do with the Panama troubled with a lo'aC cough' always GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS: Millions for loo; r.ot a penney's Caul, which has been rotten from ensures a good night's rest. "It reduction in taxation, seems to be the faces of Hanna and the other its conceptittn. will soon cure the cough too." the platform of the republicau ma- republican bosses who have reunit MM... ...T... ed iu saying that theie would be no x uu mew iuik oiaiv:- vicuuuii writes Mrs. S. Hhiielburger, "for jority in Congress. tariff legislation at the coining this year was of such minor import- three generations of our family It is not' often that due's enemies session of Congress. It is also. ance that it has hardly aroused a have used Dr. King's" New Discovare as instrumental in adding to .perhaps, intended as a hint to Mr. ripple of interest b. tin State, but ery lor Consumption and' never . one's popularity as those of Admiral 'Roosevelt that the continuation of Mr. Roosevelt could not resist the found its equal for Coughs and your Houses insured' in the OLD RE-.- ' Schley have'been. the boom is contingent upon his at- temptation to u.ce it to make a little Cold's " It's an unrivaled Taw York Uiidenvritora ' LIABLE No; Senator Fairbauks isn't dead titude toward tariff reform. is play to the grand stand. He left SL when used for desperate lung Agency. It C ni-un- in EXaiLJ-- V 1 j ,r -- iMr , ' ''AS? ll -. "UEL IM I it is ouly his Presidential boom that well known that Mr. Roosevelt was Washington today for Oyster Bay, diseases. Guaranteed bottles 50c has been buried by the Minnesota personally iu favor of the 13abcockto c?st his' vote and he carried three and $1.00 nt all Druggets. Trial ' Gall at Signal Office, 'Roosevelt boomers. a' reform tariff bill sonietinie ago, but of the Vhitc Hoiife1 force who lmvcJ bottles free. inmi HMOTimi nrrArnMKVtinaat3nmiwwuifBz''rKx"'r'' t Vernon-Signa- l t" ex-th- e uh-'di'i- nt u, op coul-wih- s I inter-oceani- j -- , J chll.-drena- ie Ex-Senat- - - 1 it i ..... ... ki - "" Golds mim-mii FmTH -. '&.' ;f, promised-by-McKinle- - , "" es . .!. J-- .safe Ex-Senat- or v I . . 1 icw ',&jrm n.75 -- J-- r.-.'- i . 1 S I T)'-iailo- f to'-geth- sn-vr- c ULtm mw?tm$gite WE2LEY': Yemen, ship-subsid- y lit-tl- , l ex-Go- v. ' ship-builde- I BweiaEorCAi low-life- llfe-m- altu X bar-rio- Ex-Senat- or Bo-- with-Bluu- d -- st JONAS MCKE MT. -- after-dinne- S- -t fW ! m ante-electio- n multi-millionaire- s. mvt.u st HOME OFFICE, ri. K"ire Insurance HAVelsj. fc- life-sav- er Mt Vernon, Ky. J1 J. ti- - A 4a - 1 . &&. ju.A A v4JiAAi,kati V -i trJsixMmXth tMiftintfirtaiitfid J .& - UJUMtaHUMKClM aji)SMJixMivkei&$MmHiurmMmxnBUiM&mmititikiiiwmn Walter Saunders is in town to Box Sm'rkit. There will be ,"1' day' '" given a box flipper at the church Mi.;ses DovcB Letcher', Minnie at Maretburg, Saturday night, ?MjgVKk.voi. Ky Noy.8.- - ,ifloi. Nov, iG. Every one is cordially Mitchell, "Amife and Susie Thomp- on, ivercgueof Mrs. John S. invited to cbmc, and the young at Livingston Sntnrday ladies to all bring a box with them. and Sunday. Supt. IL V. Mc- Monkv We are glad to l.e able tpv report Chesney has notified Supt. Davis the. Rev. J. C Cnfmical gradually , that there will be no money for the iLOUISVLtt 4NtHVILLtn.n.Co. u the injuries, teachers tomorrow, nut will prot-abl- y improving, From TIME which he, Mistaincd b his .fall at be in dbout two weeks. The . 24-- north... delay was caused by the slow rea i Crab Orchard, 11.05 '26 north . turns being made by the sheriffs. 1:31 a in IH Vernon-Signa- l A special programme has been" arranged by the members of the lit- erary society, which will be carried out at the College - C. C. DAVIS (SUCCESSOR TO TlIKO WfiSLKV.'1 ' ' ' It R3a,;in another column the vert;tSCment t , '.No f ,. c FOR ty - ALSO' I I 1 T I - table recently purebred drugs belonging to Tlieo Wesley. He cordially invites you one and all to call aud sec him, when in town. Next door to W. M. Poynteiv CARD OP THANKS." We desire to express to the peo pie of Mt. Vernon, and the good ladies especially, our heartfelt thanks, for the many favors and Davis, who the stock of Fresh Drugs, -- wl 1 23sottth-.- . asSouth ,. courtesies extended during the '.' --v Oils, Paints and sickness and in the d;ath of our carefully Compounded fit all little daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas McKettzie hours, day or night. lu A in. unofficial count shows Tate Owing to the want of space we The jrtrilT .VnitNON U A. CtUl'mit, Xo. We will discontinue giving our i'4t. Minrrs every fourth jion1ay are unable to give a tabulated list pictures away, and for ev.ery ito nave carried the county over jit 'I p. 11I. $5.00 of the election returns Stewart by 484 majority, and S. L. worth of cash purchase, we will sell CHURCWEO. KENTUCKY. Rev. Hartsfie'd. will preach at a picture for aScts according to Durham for magistrate in the first Chnmlau II0M11 winces 1st &.')r Sundaj district defeated T. J. Hayes by Maretburgon the third Saturday at printed matter on tickets. Oct. 23 at It a.m. aud nt 6:30 p. iu. today. COME tomor134. Granville Leece, for magis - Prcbyterlau Holds sorvlccs on the 2nd 3 p. m. and also at night. Houk&Adasis. trate, 'and D. Ham for constable, row. COME any time. J. And 4th dundayiiidriiliiR and evening. But for your own in Sam McCIure aud George Hasty C. C. Davis, who was a member in the fourth district were the ouly ThernT Baptist Cluirch Service! on the Second terest, be sure to come. Saturday ntJjHt and Sunday. Sunday were fined each $ t and the cost for of the firm of C. C. Davis & Co,, democrats in the county who made until jj DON'T BUY FROM School nt 9 a in every Sunday. Prayer being drunk on election day. has sold his interest in the drug- a winning fight, behig elected by you've looked around, if US pre- you meeting on Tuesday nights. For the remainder of fer it that way, but in 'any event)) Rev. Win. B, McGarity will store to his fatherand bought the about 4. stock of drugs, belonging to Theo the offices, the republicans had no don't fail to see US before youm preach at Baptist church Saturday 'PERSONALS ConrlccTrD Each Week Bv ... Wesley. The old firm of C. C. opposition. du. a night, Sunday and Sunday night. , v C. H. FRITH. We will save You Time and Money, Davis & Co. will be changed to S. .Cook, of Somerset, has C. JJMrs. Luther Mullins is better, t , JamesfeR. LIVINGSTON Davis. For over four years, jan goous, isy3C--- 2 m Koued uats Arhnckles Coffee, bec'u appointed UtS. Commissioner 0Lion Coffee, Charley has been connected with I2C , W. C. Mullins.was here Wednes-- ' to fill vacancy caused by the death his father in the drug business, he Mrs 'Annie Elmore was visiting XXXX Coffee, I2C day. in' Stanford, Tuesday. of Capt. Will C. Curd. is a registered puarmacist and a ; . . CLOTHING, SHOES, Good Green Coffee, t IOC to 12C t IJnFvvV.nBiauamau wasjherc yesMiss Belle Beny of Pine Hill is $4-4Flour N. S. per bbl, Thanksgiving. Pres. .Roose- first class druggist. Here is wishHATS, DRY GOODS, . the guest, of Miss Vinuie Pike. terday, . $4.00 iFJour Mt. Belle, velt has issued a proclamation set- ing him the best of success in his AND NOTIONS. 53-0J. F. Cooper, went' to see his 'Flour Plain Family, Miss Emma Pcuningtou is im ting apart Thursday, Nov.; 28, as new undertaking. best girl, at Brodhead, Sunday. We Boa Dn Top Granulated Sugar, 16, Ms u day of Thanksgiving. $1.00 .. r'J proving . IN MEMORY OF MRS CARO- W. H. Cottingim has accepted a Light Brown Sugar, 17 lbs $1.00 LINE THOMPSON. Walter Turpen is gradually mi- Towtf Elkction. The Town You Elie. Syrups per gallon,' By position with, Ward and Magee. '.foe election held here Tuesday, resulted proving. W. C. Mullins, V R. and W. B. After months' of intense suffering 10c Cakes of D. Boone Soap. (j "'. r in the election of J. B. Fish, for from the savages of that insidious Dillion, were in Mt. Vernon Wed- Bottom. 18c Coal Oil best per gallon,' .t'4 Mrs. J. J Wood is reported ser- - Police Judge, aud Tom McCIure ,' disea.-e- , Calico best Gtades, cancer, -- borne with all the nesday. ' d 5c BETTER GOODS . for Marshal. if iously ill." patience, aud fortitude, she could Mrs Russel Dillion and two boys t AT LOWER PRICES ILL PAY HIGHEST price Williams went to Louisville G. W. Gentry will soon have summon, the faithful wife, loving returned home from Maywood. r ,. CC ' lnMf. FOR COUNTRYPKO .."""11, THAN YOU CAN ycsieruay completed, his house, which he is tender mother, fond sister aud kind Monday. D.UCE, GET ELSEWHERE. 4 Wft.Tr Crawford, was her6 from building op the farm recently, "pur- friend, fell asleep 6h" the night of Little Everrett Brown of Stanford Kingston today. chased from James Crawford, locat- Aug. 2nd. 1001, surrounded by her WllW1IWMIIllWIMIMIWMWiHMIMirtiHWII is here visiting his uncle Dan ? Mrs.G'W. McCIure continues ed on Renfro's Creek. devoted family and only sister, each Mullins. a bou tlic same. Dead. The eight months, old of whom had done all in their powMrs Fish and daughter Miss Allie VL A.Wood, the Oilando Mcr- baby, of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas 'Mc- er to alleviate her pain. We hope of Stanford are guests of Mrs Sallie 3 t Keuzie, which we reported serious- her awakening is in a mansion of .RJhiuehart. k chant, was here yesterday. i the Eternal City whose light ever -A Snanribn McKiuney and "Parson" ly ill, hist week, died Friday night. jMr, and Mrs John Howell visited The burrial took place Saturday radiates from the face of God our D'tf. E. J. Brown and family at StanHockbr'were here Monday, THE man who1 says that, forgets thatFpainting1 properly done! is economy, and the fact is he can't afford NOT to paint. Tit afternoon at the Baker hurrying Father "the giver of every good ' uunncy 1ftl.il t wuiieuuai; uuu mu ,. and periect gift," aud that she is ford last week. iiuvv oiten you require to paint is largelyj dependent upon Tuesday to ground. v" Hackney came home fohu Blankenship, wife and chil- the paint you use. now enjoying the companioriship of Deputy Collector W. T. Short loved ones gone before singing deen are visiting Mrs. John Hilton T 7 DeBorde are U. S. Marshal S, S. Morrow and songs of praise "to Him who siteth in Kuox county. Mr. and Mrs. M. ;V visiting Mr. aud Mrs. Dave Hend-Jerso- oosse destroyed a moonshine still on the Throne." She was born Mrs Carl Mooie, has returned They are the most economicalUpaints you can use, out last others. in Jackson county, aud captured Aug. 4th 1847 in Rockcastle Co., home after an extended visit with because they cover most and wear longest. Add to this their good appearance, and 3'ou have perfect paints THE'SHERMAN-WILLIAM-' S Mrs. Wilmoth Poyntcr Visited Hiram. Jesse and Martha Smith. united with the Christian church at relatives, in Ohio. " " i PAINTS. sister, Mrs. Dick Cummins They were taken to Somerset Tues- old Boons Fork in her 14th year her Will Pettus of Loudon, was here day for trial before Uqited States thus begining her walk with Christ They are made for many different kinds of painting. WhatSuuday. Wednesday the guest of one of our ever it is you want to paint a house, or anything in or out of the Commissioner James R. Cook. iu her youthful prime, the dawning young lady visitors. W. M.- - Hayes, of Wildie, was house we make the right paint for that particular purpose not one -- The only troubof her youug woman hood. Wednesday on important,Uni'ortunate. here mixture for all. CSTSOLD BY Mrs Wilmoth Poynter and She was united iu marriage with daughter, Kittie, visited relatives at le of any kind, which took place in business. C. H. FRITH. BRODHEAD. RY. Stiunet, of the Meth- the county on election daywas the David Thompson Dec 22nd! 1865, Mt Vernon Sunday. The Rev. Pres- trouble which took placeyhere be- of this union four children were odist church, preached1 at the Joe Carson, Sam Magee, John tween Millard Bethurunjknd Wil- born two of whom preceded her to byterian church Suuday. Mullins and Alf Owens, were at liam and John HysinRerin which the grave a number of years, the T6I111 McKeuzie, of Rowland, Crab Orchard Sunday. received a shot in the fir.st' au infant, the next lier beloved wasjiip Saturday, to.attcikl the bur- - the former Mrs John Magee entertained a leg, just above the ankle, breaking and idolized Lilhe, who lived to riaVof Jonas' baby. number of her friends, with an and badly shivering broth bones, bless and make glad her parents Dr. Lovell says, Eugene, the while William Hysinger received hearts till she was about twelve elegant dinner, Tuesday. oldest son of Mr. aud Mrs. G. W. a slight cut it) the nbHpiiien, As yearsof age, when typhoid fever Dr. Peyton, of Stanford, is at the Gentry Jr., is very seriously, ill. Sambrook Hotel, to see little Geo. we are able to getVhe facts, claimed her as its victim, far as Mr. H. R. Fish will, in the near Fred Hays, who was diinking and the hearts of doting father, Sambrook who is very low. move to his farm, which he boisterous, was ordered Arrested, mother and brothers. future Her husMrs. Lottie Pugh and children, ' purchased from W. F. McClary. and the deputy Jailer with av num- band and two sons, Robert aud of Pittsburg are visiting Mrs. Lockie i ' John H. Fish writes us from ber of men summoned to help him, Booth with their families .survive Smith, at the Dillion Hotel. , Uniontown Penu. that he has been including the Hysiugei boys, went her. Mrs Thos Andes of Altamont ' place for Fair Dealing and' ' The words found in Pr5v. 31st, was the guest, Sunday, of Mrs changed from that place to Oliver, to make the arrest, young Bethur-um- , BE.-T- lw who probably mistook the 27th and 28th, could have been ap- W. F. Tubbs at the Mullins Hotel. Penu. . keoping on hand what you Avant has rented from mission of the men,, was standing propriately applied to lier iu her W. R. McCIure C. Mullins and T. D. MulJames are Agents for tlorso Shoe .brand fertilizers, u Jonas McKeuzie, his;fojni,' known at the door to Bethurum &. Bethur-u- fondness for her home duties aud lins have again become citizens of fanning implements, shingles, coal, hay and office, where Hays was thought devotion to her children and their asS.the'Jas. I. White, farmland has our little city, there is no place like Anything von want, come to our corn. to be, a few words were passed be- -' interests. .moved to, it. home. Big supply house and bo convinced. "She looketh well to the ways of W. H. Brown, of Walnut Grove, tween them, when the cutting arid A. L. Reed of London, John moyed into the house belonging to shootiug began. Hysingers were her l(ousehold, and eatetlmot the Brown of Mt Vernon, and L. T. Her children SanT Pennington in the Western hurridly pushed off down the streets bread of idleness." of Wildie, were in town away. Behind quickly arise up and call her blessed; her Stewart and takew (his week. part of town. followed a. nuniber of men with husband also, and he praiseth her' Misses Annie and Susie ThompThe Rev. Hartsfield preach at pistols, while it and for a On the afternoon of Aug. 3rd. Wildie Saturday night,' returning looked as though there was go 1901 the remains of the departed son of Mt 'Vernon and Miss Fannie 4 Shelves are groaning under the loads of goods T F- here Sunday to fill his appoiut- - ing to be serious irouble in the were laid to rest in Lancaster's Redd of Crab Orchard, arc visiting , to suit the general trade". . s men I.sat this place. . 4 laud, but cooler heads interfered beautful city of the dead. Had Dr. and Mrs Cooper. f aH nTn(l' llilts nn(l CIlPs elothingrovcr-N-,-'-yCJ OTh Mesdames H. R. Fish, G. B. and the ma dor quited. Hysingers she lived two days longer 54 years Mr and Mrs Brack Graves alls, shirts, collars and ties, and a general iawrence, G. C. Fish, and Misses came iu Wednesday and gave them- of her life would have been roundhome Wednesday, after a men's fnrnishings. line of vis.it. with their sou Fred, Grace. Cox and Eva JPish paid this selves up, gave bond and their trial ed out, but God in his wisdom and pleas-an- t Saturday, set for Monday. Hayes went be- mercy gave her relief from her at Birmingham Alabama. fficc a very pleasant call May the grave be sweet Mrs. J. D. Hardy, of Calera Alaf, fore the County Judge Thursday Languish. A party, composed of Judge Wilha's been visitiug her Son F. and plead guilty to a1 charge of rest for her pain tortured body ai-'v'who liams, Misses Letcher and Mitchell first-das- s, V'il.Ba'rdy left Monday for her drui'ikiiless and one of abreach of Paradise sweet rest for her immortal and the Misses Thompson of Mt. , 'iltome. She was accompanied as the peace. Young Bethurum, we soul, may her loved ones yet re- Vernon, Miss Redd, of Crab Orfaras Dauville by Mr. and Mrs. are informed, is getting along fairly maining here prepare themselves, chard, Mesdames Sambrook, Sue V. R. Dillion, Wilmoth well, and we sinceiely hope will by becoming the children of God Mullins, Hardy. r j Mr. J. W. ,Strhiger, who bought soon be up. Young Bethtinun and forthe happy reunion with Mamma, Poynter, and J. S. Cooper went up buy and bo satlsiied that win Squire John Elders farm near Quail, the Hysinger boys, are nic quiet Lillie, little Wi)la Wilkes and Pther on the celebrated Wild Cat MounwiU what wo sav and was here yesterday having his deed men, and lor this trouble to. have loved ones in the Celestial City on tain Saturday aud reports a jolly & Acl recorded. Mr. Stringer has moved accyrred is very unfortunate and is high. May we ajl meet her there is 'time. The fortune telling by, the continue- to covhe, to hi's icw home aud Squire Elder to be greatly deplored by every the prayer ' of out who knew her iGyfosy Queen was enjoyed most of PHONE NO. 25- R... rsa fl '.t if ' . afo well.' .' .M. C. P , t S '. has taken tin his nbode in Lincoln, body. ?, I'oU-ffic- e In this issue you will note the advertisement of land to be sold for S. II. Martin sold '7 yearling Tah. Ia?duum, Agent. taxes More will follow next week. mules in Lancaster tasf Monday, I propose to collect these taxes be for $47 each. , Soured nttho ktt. Vcrnkd, Kjr., fore the first day of January. ai mall matter HENRY CATRON, Markiko. lohn Grider and S. R. C. 4t. j Mrs. Hcttie Livesay werev married 9 MASONIC ' NOTICE. ' Ashland Lodge Mo. (MO mueii 2nd Satur-tin- Tuesday afternoon. ., .it' 1:57 p ip 1:45 a m LOCAL o- -z - t Patent Medicines of all: Kinds, Perfumery. Stationery, Toilet Article?, CIGARS AND TOBACCO,. PRESCR3 PTIONS - y, c FRITH 1 i- cop Run yfter Low Prices and High Qualities, ItWiFayU2. -- i2c ? Big bargains in " M Selling at 7 w BUI 1 FO Paint 1 1 Jj , n. The Sherman Williams Paints slap-das- " his-brothe- r HAVE FOUND THE EOPLE. thus-saddenin- g Hp.UK & TO A DAMS, ' Mt. Vernon,. Ky., ? m w Qur Stock of Grocery Supplies Are Complete. , -- , (TT s O V $$ d Ladies Wear of all Kinds. OUR g00ds arte OUR mottO'"FairDealing," COM Elook, Houk arris. t.'w R "Hinn.n h iiiii fur tf In JiltHJllljgfc4tV -- HtlfiM , tW 'S L M kitvrlb mj&7naiBXsmiu)eJmjuianMUUMuu t,AAifvrf9frrftAtK vpn MPMBWBwwwaMMWMaMwwTiniiwiiif LAND JAI.KS FOR TAXES G 300 acres listed in the name of acre listed in the name of acres lisie.l in the name of J. Nancv J. Dyre. Nearest resident Susan Mullins, nearest resident J. 25 W. Speak, dearest lesident J. H. ;G. W. Bowman. Tax und C. Mullins, tax and cost 9 13 W. J. RIDER, Prop'r. cost 2 97 800 atetes listed iu the name ot Speak, tax and, oost $2 43 76 acres listed in the name of j . W, D. McGuire heirs, nearest resi,670 rcres listed .in the name of Shiplelt Iivli'St nearest resident Val A, Taylor. Nearest resident T. dent W. G. McGuire, tax and cost, 16 30 6 13 11. l,uir. Tax and cost Nicely, tax ai.d cost 22 72 80 acres listed in the name of J. 100 acres listed in the name of 100 iicve-- . licd in the name oj J. trains.-- a all at aSTPorter W. Woydall. nearest resieent' J. S.I Ueortie iiamnioct, nearest resi H. Baker, nearest resident H Mali-cotlax and cost Moore, t 'X a.l cost 3 16 Tax 3 90 dent R. Southard. cost acres listed iu the name of G. 75 200 tier s listed in the name of J. 60 acres listed in the name of B. Cattonr nearest resident W. S. M. Olive., nearest resident Willis Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought, and wliicli Iia3 been. BuVsel,' tnx and cost 4 82 805 While Lime, Stone and Brick Co. Mullins, tax aud cost iu uso lor over l years, 1103 uorno mo bijuuiuiu w. 10 acres listed iu the name of W. 60 acre. listed in the name of nearest resident George Lwesay. - anil lias occninnuoiinuer uw iiuv- 6 13 G Cotton, nearest resident G. B. Augeliue limwil nearest resident S. Tan and cost 'ffiji-rf- 1' oonal supervision sinco its infancy. 1 74 "CbCCuM Alinurnn ono to deceive you in this. yG acres listed in the name of Ed Lotion, tax and tost Cash, tax and cost 3 35 aro but. W.' M. JOSEPH COFFEY, PROPR., 46 acres listed iu the name of 200 acres listed in the name of Parker, nearest resident All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-goo2 84 Sarah Durham, nearest resident G. with and endanger tho health oC Cummins licit s, nearest resident M. Speak. Tax and cost Experiments that trifle Stanford, Ky., 1 97 60 acres listed in the name of B. Cotton, tax and cost C. Brown, tax and cost Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. 3 82 Silas Hardin, nearest resident John acres listed in the name of J. for traveling in the 12 u Specially equippedon tirst noor. John acres lUtid nearest name of Hardiu. Tax and cost for the years N. 40 Durham, nearest resident G. B. I Iieadrick, resident man, sample room 6 75 Cation, tax aud cost 2 97 06 1900-19- 01 W HfoWn tsix and cost J. 3 Pare-gori- e, Bath rooms free to guests. 60 acres listed in the name of 300 acres listed in the name of Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, 50 acres listed in tne nauc ot Margaret Bullen, nearest resident Ella ." Durham, nearest resident J. C.I Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It day. RATBS. Drops and $2.00 per Surelda Lawrence, nearest resident 6 13 Purcell, for the year 1899. Mullins, tax und cost contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Narcotic E. Lawrence, tax and cost ' 2 43 S. J. and 2 89 Tax cost substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms 50 acres listed in the name of 120 acres listed in the name of of Mrs. Luciuda Wren, nearest resi 140 acres listed in the name and allays Foverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Malinda Mize. nearest resident W. Augustus Wolf, nearest resident dent Will v40.se, tax and cost 1 97 Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation 281 M. Norton, tax and cost W. H. Brown. Tax and cost 4 28 and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho 50 acres listed in the name of J. FRANCISCO, Propr. F. Chorus of Federal Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sloop. 30 acres listed in the name of S. Woodoll, nearest resident J. J. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. "We don't care who eats dinner Adeline Hendersou, nearest resi Martin, tax and cost 2 43 Located at the Depotggggw: with the President, so we get the dent S. J. Moore for the years 1900-19100 acres listed in the name of ALWAYS KY offices." GENUINE Tax and cost 4 18 William Young, nearest resident James Chasteeu, tax and cost 3 43 Attached Livery 40 acres listed in the name of Good Bears the Signature of iTwTrfTk Kfti aTa Charley Watson, nearest resident 350 acres listed in the name of Meet all Trains, Day and Night 2 87 O. j. Abney, nearest resident E. Win Wallen, tax and cost Traveling Men and Railroad Abney, tax and'cost 4 75 to write for our confidential letter before ap 80 acres listed in jthe name of plying lor patent: it may do worm money. acres listed in the name of W. men Solicited. Will Wo promptly obtain U. 8. and Foreign J. N. Tyree, nearest resident J. H. M.50 Alcorn, nearest resident Stephen Taylor, tax and cost for all trains. 3 35 Auglin, tax and cost 3 43 40 acres listed in the name of nrt TRADE MARKS pr return EN100 acres listed iu the name of attorney's tee. Send model, sketch TIRE Wyatt Allen, nearest resident. L John R. Alcorn, nearest resident orphotoand we send an IMMEDIATE report on patentability. We give FREE legal service M. Davidson, tax and cost . 2,97 Alex Allen, tax and cost. and advice, and our the best 4 35 charges nro modorato. Try us. Years. In Use For Over 100 acres listed in the name of MONUMENTAL WORKS, 40 acres listed in the name of TAtCT. tltW VOWK CtTY. & CO., TMl CINTAUR OOMNNV, TT WM Jack Carpenter, nearest resident Mrs. Nan Farris, nearest resident Brodbead, Ky, x Patent lawyers, ' 2 43 J. C. Childress, tax and cost 5,20 John Anglin, tax aud cost 'Granite and Marble Monuments Opp. U.S. Patent Offlco.Washlngton, D.C. 300 acres listed in the name of acres listed in thh name of A 50 and Tombstones. G. Bronstou, nearest resident A. L. W. S. She arer, nearest resident C. H. Todd, tax and cost 11 07 -.Nicely, tax and cost, 2,90 ALL WORK FIRST-CLASCOURT CALENDAR. 66 acres listed in the name of vrhV'Mwu...,, SATISFACTION GIVEN- .County Court. Fourth Mon 20 .acres listed in the name of Heniy Sympson, nearest resident ' Henry Jones, nearest resident Jake Sympson, tax and cost day in each mouth. Cafe 4 59 1 97 Grant Lovin, tax and cost 600 acres listed in the name of MonQuarterly Court. Fiist JlJil . l.U hfRoute to Texas. . . 221 acres listed in the name of W. B. Smith and Johnson, nearest day in January, April, July and tr d In Eoinc to Texas, via Lucy T. Luxton, nearest resident resident Henry Hamlin, tax and October. MemDhis. vou can ride W. H. Morris, tax and cost 3 59 cost a 90 ...trTUll Hain a Tntrnn Ftelt . . .Circuit Court. Second Mon .1 111 tne name ot IMt 25 acres listed 50 acres listed in the name of day in February, Fourth Monday -Car for TOj Parlor Cafe in May and Third Monday in Sep C. Stewart, nearest resident Bettie Joseph Watsou, nearest resident only fifty cents, extra. 2 97 John Wren, tax aud cost Laman, tax and cost 13 4 tember. PAN-AMERIC"".""Thiscarris- furnished with 8 acres listed in the name of Ross so acres listed iu the name of Mt Vrrnon Police Court; TKffge easy chairs, has an heirs, nearest resident J. L. Tate, Reubin Johnson 1900 1901, nearest Third Monday in each month. " 1 87 resident W. M. '.observation smoking room; tax and cost. White, tax and a ladies' lounging room and 3 78 24 acres listed in the name of J. cost a Cafe, vhere meals are Knuckles, nearest resident H , so acres listed in the name of H. :: served on the European plan rt 20 Harvey Kinnard, nearest resident Lambert, tax and cost ' 2 43 at reasonable prices. 20 acres listed in the. name" pf S. Hammond, tax and cost 21 Arnold heirs, nearest resident Ju 75 acres listed in the name ot Besides a PiMor Cite Ctr. Cotton Celt tubs cirry Pultam Sleepers it nljht nJ lius Warren, tax a cost i 74 Adir King, nearest resident J. F. MT. VERNON, KY., Free Chair Cars both day and night. Dooley, tax and cost 3 35 Write and tell us where you are going 25 acres MEETS every 1st. and 3rd. Mon- Marrgaret listed in the name of 75 acres listed in the name of E. anri whrn vnu will luvp. and we will tell BEST LINE Terrill heirs, nearest ticket ana sen!) yH.f SP' you the exact cost ol iWewUlatso: acnti day in each month, 7:30 p. m. resident Tom Bowman, tax and W. Miller, nearst residence Louis Y?32il5wyoucomplcte$cheduteforihetrlp. "A Trip to Texas.' hSS-8"ii'- x 7 28 1 97 Rowlett, tax and cost cost GEO. S. GRIFFIN, Com. TO ago nZVZt . . Interesting little book, L-- f0 1A 28 acres listed in the name of ARCH FURNISH, Rec. Keep. A..CtdMtl,to. 100 acres listed in the name of Harison Miller, nearest resident A. Mary F. Adams, nearest resident afldLSfeUfc.lta, 2 76 Mary Pitman, tax and cost 20 Gadd, tax and cost 100 acres listed in the name of . 103 acres listed in the name of Moody heirs, nearest resident H. Charley Bethurum, nearest resident Sympson, tax and cost 6 I3 George Rickets, tax and cost 5 28 Mt. Vernon, Ky. acres listed in the name of 541 One town lot in Mt. Vernon list- S. B. Day, nearest resident Alex OFFICE At the Rice property. ANY ARE ed in the name of James Croutcher, Sayler, tax aud cost 10 75 cheerfully furPhone No. 3S. Information tax and cost 4 74 HHn Mil XJWliSJSwl V bished on application at City Ticket 25 acres listed in the name of E. - Office acres listed in the name of G Flanery, nearest resident W. M. i Hill "BIG FOUR," No. 213 4 P. A. PenninRton, ). I). S.; M. D W. Hasty, nearest resident Lee 1 Shearer, tax and cost, Fourth Avenur, or write to 97 Kinnard, tax and cost 3 43 30 acres listed iu thfc name of DENTST, 8. J. GATES, 20 acres listed in the name of Jessie Forsythe, nearest resident N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. Josiah Jones, nearest resident 0. C. Bob Regsby, tax and cost 2 78 ALL CASES OF General Agent, Tones tax and cost 2 97 LOUISVILLE. KY. acres listed in the name of W. 15 LOUI3VIU.K, Ky. .50 acres listed in the name of T. C. Gadd-- , 'nearest resident Thos. Will be at Miller House, Mt 2 70 E. Sexton, nearest resident Spencer Miller, 'tax and cost ernon during all Circuit Courts. , by our new invention. Only those born deaf nre incutnblc. Mullins, tax and cost 50 qcres listed in the name of B. 3 11 Hillt nearest resident Walter Brack, HEAD NOISES OEASE 50 acres listed in the name of tax and cost . 4 35 William Shell, nearest resident F. A. WERMAW, OF BALTIMORE, SAY8: R. G. of 150 BAi.TlVonc, MJ., March jo, ?yoi. Larkin Abney, tax and cost 2 97 Joseph acres listed in the name M. GentUmtn t Bclnp entirely cured of deaf nets, tliunks to your treatment, will now give you Attorney-at-La- w Inman, nearest resident . a full history of my case, to be used nt onr cllrcrctlon. acres listed in the name of Sims, tax and cost About live years ago my right car begun to ting, and this kept on getting wsrse, until I lot 50 9 43( my hearing iu tills car entirely, MT. VERNON. KY. Mart Singleton, nearest resident J. I underwent a treatment for catarrh, for three mouths, without r.ny success, consulted, n num. acres listed in the name of 40 bcrof phyrfcinus, among others, themot eminent car specialist of thin city, who told me that 2 43 Thos, Young, nearest resident Abe MTOFFICE on Church St .Opp- R. Sirigleton, tax and cost only an operation could help me, and even thut only tcinporarily, that the head noises would then cease, hut the hearing in the affected car would be last forever. 3 20 50 acres listed in ths name of D. Soard, tax and cost osite Court House. I then saw your advertisement accidentally In a New York paper, and ordered your treat, EgjaBSptfajwrat "fill F meut. After I had used It only a few dnyx according to your directions, the nobci ceased, aud M.Siugleton nearest resident James 100 acres listed in the name of after five weeks, my hearing In the diseased ear has been entirely reitorid. I tliauk you Singleton, tax aud cost Very truly yours. heartily and beg to remain .3 43 Marion Abram&i Clearest resident I'. A. WERMAN, 730 S. Broadway, Baltimore, Md, C. C. 3 82 iu the name of John Angliti) tax and cost 100 acres listed Our treatment does not interfere with your tumul.occupation. Thas. P. Smith, nearest resident E. Attorney-at-Laname of W. 50 acres listed rv v aiSSftr YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME ",a5SS,.iB,a Mullins, tax and cost 4 14 A. Anglin for: 1900 and 1901, nearMT VERNON, ICY INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AVE., CHICAGO, ILL. est resident Isaac Rector, tax and 75 acres listed in the name of On 2rd. floor of 'cost 5 77 The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church jerry Griffin, nearest resident John TOacres listed in the name of 100 tLL 'CM THE Griffin, tax and cost 390 Baxter heirs, nearest, resident John street. Special- attention given TELEPHONE WILL flANSMlT 40 acres listed in the name of Hoskins, tax aud cost to collections. 3 35 r John Jones nearest resident J. T. w 70 acres listed in the name of WATCHMAKER Mullins, tax aud cost 2 97 Henry Calvin, nearest resident sag D. . Mt. Vkrnon, Ky. 8 34 . 150 acres listed in the name of W. Casteel, tax and cost Vernon to Wil- t listed in the name of J. Sarah A. Mullins, nearest resident DO all kinds rrpairiup, jjold'tad So acres In effect Sunday, Mayigth. W. G. Mullins, tax and cost '4 7,5 T. Clark, nearest resident James M silver soldering neatly done: rinp .HSifelbourvillo, Cor- The new train will leave St. Louis 6 9s Brewer, tax and tost cnt fit. Kye tested and slaut 190 acres listed in the name of a. nj. daily the evening,. train, A full and complete' stock. All 9.00 T. J. Nichols, nearest resident John - 100 acres listed 'in the 'name of , LuTl1CI0!1' fitted. i tr j to same points, lo.io'p. tn. daily riazei rawu, Hibbard, tax and cost 7 92 ueorge Maiden, nearest resiaeni . Motto: Wesley Lambert, tax and cst 2 97 Livingston. Tine Hill, Brush Through sleeping car service be- orders filled promptly. 300 acres listed iu the name of J. 80 acres listed in the name of tween St. Louis, San Franciscojand Best goods and lowest prices. Vildie, Langford, E. Norton, nearest resident J. A. Dally Nixon, nearest resident Chint Ureek, Northwestern points. Only line 6 49 Brodhead,Wabd,LevclOreen, Smith, tax aud cost tax that does a twice daily. A. & Son- - 48 acres listed in the name of Lear, acres and cost the name 3 64 H an ford. Crab Orchard, Stan of J. listed in Excursion tickets now on sale. 14 (Successors to nianknshlp& Mnllim,) Lucy O'Neal, 'nearest resident P. M. Pingleton, nearest residen Rube ford. Lancaster and all central For further information, address 1 97 Wilmott, tax and cost Kentucky. Prewitt, tax and cost 2 97 Ken tuck v points at low ratos. R. T. G. Matthews T. P. A. Livingston, 160 acres listed in the name of Louisville Ky. iii.- 100 acres listed in the name of J. Harve Soards heirs, nearest resident When in Livingston stop at the A Prewitt. neaaest resident Bill H. C. TOWNSEND, Gcn'l Pass'r A. J. Henderson, tax and cost 5 39 Old Fashion resturant. Kinley, tax aud cost 3 43 andTkt: Agt., St. Louis. MULLINS HOTEL82 acers listed in the name of E. Call at my bho; at Wesley's T. G. Wells Prop. So acres listed in the name of B. Wallace, nearest resident B. Purnlahed wltH very Conven- W. A. Rentier, nearest resident Bodkin, tax aud cost drugstore, and have unr work 2 26 or Icnco and Comfort, Safe, reliable neatly done, ai reuhon.itle pi ices. eOTlNSURANCE. Win. Kinley, tax and cost 3 66 i 80 acres listed in the name of W. F. Tubbs, Prop. . Speak, nearest resident E. and prompt in adjusting losses. 50 acres listed inthe name of Ky. Old newspapers li.r Gall at tho Signal E. S. AuJrioht, at lh& Charley Rentier, nearest resident- Whitaker, tax and cost ,v Livingston, 7 13 "x ' office, 25 cts per huridtlU-- . office. Mt Vernon. Sample rooms for Commtrctal men. H. G Rentier, tax aud cbfct '3 20 Signal office. HENRY CATRON S R. C. ' - ' ' ' , . A li Miller House, T 1 Headquarters for Comm.e.rcial Men. 1 e, The Veranda Hotel. d" is CASTOR A Hotel Frith Bodhead, 4- - office-sCeker- s: 01. CASTORIA iP3?iHjfir mamiii fur-lunch- es PATENTS owcler&; prcmcisco The Kind You Have Always Bought cjjri&ccZ 30 M SWIFT S, "Big Four" -AN 2J Car 11.1 BUFFALO ROUTE kWMTM W - EXPOSITION 1901. K.Q.T.M. .'' MtVerpiTejit.No, :n i Indianapolis, Peoria and M.L- MYERS, 5 Chicago. DENTIST, ' fM.W ''3Pm R HAiRD ' . 4 , ake ESS Plow HEAFQ 1 ' Williams, MEEMTELV. MBwSatm 1, Wiliiama, w, In-th- New Fast -- Train COLORADO utah PACIFIC COAST 1 - T w . S. C. FRANKLIN, Furniture and Undertaking. Messages !iHnurgfBar- I 1 iiMln' I. ( J. Mullins Insurance, of all J.-H- - -- ' i r.w ih kiV - A' i. a. i i.