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I i i r I 1ouu1 4tunu i VOLUME XV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14 1902 NUMBER 21 TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE I GREAT CRASH IN PRICKS A large fall and winter Stock fall kinds of goods still on hand and they MUST be closed out within the next r VVe MUST make room tor our BIG SPRING STOCKi and thif if the Quickewayofdojn it f TheseI I IRecord Breaking BargAins cannot last very long We would therefore advise you to Lome Quick The Most Successful The Most Reliable The Most Popular Store in Rockcastle EXGOV BRADLEY TELLS OF THE WOLFORD AND FRY CAMPAIGN IN 1872 o From Sundays Knquirrr In their day no two men were better known in Kentucky than General Frank Wolford and General Speed Fry They were about the same age had been born and reared not more than 30 miles apart and fought side by side in the Mexican and later in the Civil War Volford however during the Civil War became an Antiwar Democrat while Fry always re mained a Republican- In 1872 General Fry was the Republican candidate for Elector in the Eighth District and ly mounted the stump IpromptJ Republican candidate for Congress the same Wiiile on the dtoa large man on horseback approach ing in the distance I did not know him until he came very close when 1 recognized uiy old friend General Fry Never before had I seen him out of humor Hitherto he had always been genial polite and friendly but on this occasion be merely bowed recoguittoa and attempted to pass I reined my horse in front of him and asked what was the matter Bradley I am mad he re sponded I never was so much outraged as I was yesterday I am going home and will not make another speech in this campaign I protested against this andjn sisted on knowing why fie was angry and why he lead determined to quit the campaign You know the friendship that for years ha existed between Frank Wolford and myself he replied Now I cannot afford to kill nor can I afford to allow him bimI on my party and on me without doing it So I have concluded to- go backvhome and let the party put some other man in my place Why General said Iwhat on earth has happened Velsaid he on yesterday I spoke at Liberty and after I con eluded Wolford was called upon to janswer me He gave me no Wrof his intention to speak which of course was unfair and ungentle manly but this is not what I be came so enraged about He said that I had made a great noise bout the liberality and fairness of Gen 10erasGrant at the conclusion of the war hilt that I had forgotten to telt bout how after Lee had sur = rendered Grant caused him to h hanged to an apple tree y You pray imagine how muchj this astonished me I sprang to my feet and exclaimed That is trueand you know it Thereare soldiers in this crowd t I wlrd fought with me and I ca upon them to know whether tli- ii i true he re pondc i iuincdialtIy thereupon four Ivjrlv fells jumped to their feet and said Ves its true every word of it Not only so said Wolford but this same Republican party which the gentleman lauds to the skies promised Jeff Davis immunity from punishment and thereby induced him to surrender Imme diately upon his surrender they confined him in an underground dungeon in Fortress Monroe where he was compelled to stand in water three feet deep until he was afflicted with most horrible pains and suf fering and died a most cruel death I again jumped to my feet and denounces the statement as untrue He again turned to his soldiers and said Boys you were there and saw him buried did you not Instantly a chorus of voices responded Yes yes I was mad enough to die but what could I do U However his infamous conj did not cease hereBecharged that I was in favor of put ting negroes in school with the white children This I emphati cally denied whereupon he charged that the day before I had so declared in a speech I arose and denounced him as a dirty liar With perfect selfpossession and without displaying the slightest anger he again appealed to his ready witnesses and proved that I had made the utterance The crowd yelled like a set of fools while I denounced the whole kit until I grew black in the face No I tell you I am done I cant cope with WbTford neither can I afford to kill him I want another man to take my place horsedhe soon disappeared from view GOOCHLAND o- Millard McGuire is very sick IT A Dickerson is here hunting a jobISprings visiting Mr J H Clark has returned j home to his family John Morgan had found employ ment with A J McGuire theihorseeShelly Fuqua and W M Fis made a flying trip to Wildie Sun day Mr Buel Martin is very atten tive to Miss Lou Crittee McGuire now Miss Pearl Morris has gone to Wildieto stay with Miss Early a while e1llisaes Laura and Cora 1fcGuireIi1Ir R L Rally and wife of Wit die were here visiting relatives last week 11M R Jones of Conway was here JsH Clarks goods Two locks on i H Clarks store is giving Parkie Scott all the n r chandise trade heru 30 1 5 S D Azbil is improving the appearance of his farm since he went to work on it The young people of this community enjoyed a candy party at A J MeG uires Tuesday night Thos R Shouse is taking all the orphansof this part to raise Millard Anglin and T A Dickson be ing his last two There is a girl in the city of Goochland who has big blue eyes and sunny curls She tried to take her sisters sweet heart but she sure got left- Sherman Shearer has returned to Paint Lick after a pleasant visit to relatives here He also gave A W Bryant a set back in a watch swap for about 2100 0 i F 0 Ivir Iiw L us Tuesday Dr Percy Benton went to Frankfort last Tuesday John Fowler our barber and Wm Francisco were in Mt Ver non this week It is reported that Mr Higgie Baker and Miss Tipton will get married Thursday next Editor E S Albright was down Monday in the interest of his paper the Mt Vernon Signal bsoine money for coal Qne mile from Broclhead Miss Susie Yadon delivered a very impressive oration at our Pro hibition Alliance meeting Thursday The Prohibition Alliance at this place is nicely They claim they will have a corporals guard for the next J H Albright bought the mule sold at public sale in Brodhead last l Tuesday John Williams was the at the same time The Revs Stinnett and A J Pike went to Pine Hill last Satur day and preached Saturday even ing Sunday morning and evening returning Monday Miss Susie Hilton the efficient k ather old stand behind the coun ter again Miss Susie is one among the best ladies in our town Mr J E JValUn our town mar shal went to Junction City Tues day night His business was to bringbacK a little Todd girl that had been stolen from this place Rev R R Noel has been calve t L first trip last Saturday and Sunday and preached some very good ser iiious while here i Thomas Capps and Miss Emma Brown were united in matrimony at Brodhead evening Rev A J Pike Mr1 Capps is to be i winning such a beautiful and ac com plished lady n aBrotiru ofcost U GSame Goods For Less ftoney More Goods For Same money takenI BRODHEAD Tatewa1ywith spendingtprospecting evenmgiprogressing electionI solde bash Baptise Wednesday officiating zompiimenled DAYSregardless ilBaker 4 enterprisingmakes one of the best 2nd ruffians in a Masonic lodge of any man in Brodhead and all Masons who have ever seen him officiate in this capacity in a Masonic lodge win testify to the truthfulness of this statement The members of the M Ei church and friends of the Rev Stinnett called upon him one even ing last week and surprised him by presenting him with a very fine silk quilt and a fine lot of eatables which was appreciated by the Rev gentleman very much and old ma- T n S Frith said when he spoke of it that he knew the preacher had one square meal if he wanted it R H Hamm R P Pike J W Tate accompanied by Thom- aFranciscoallwent 5 to Mtv Vernon last Monday and some of the f r6wd report more dnjnken men iu Mt Vernon thm hs been their privilege to see for nany a day and a drummer salall the days of the year were court days and as codas last Monday he would cut Mt Vernon out of bis list of ap pointments WfiAKl ANDXOWSPIRITED A Correspondent Thus Describes His Experience Ican strongly recommend Herbine as a medicine of remarkable efficacy for indigestion loss mcuthts after meals with distressing mental HerIbinedoses entirely removed my com plaint I wonder at people going- on suffering or spending their money on worthless things when Herbine is procurable and so cheap 5oc a bottle at Chas C Davis Tafts Tale of the PhiIippiue- was s too dull to be dramatized an too long to be read So the un fortunate Senators who had to listen to it will be the only person- who will ever know what it was all aqolltIThe best and most famous com pound in theworld to conquer aches and kill pains Cures Cuts heals Burns and Bruises subdues Inflammation masters Piles Milions of Boxes soli yearly Works wonders in Boils Ulcers Felons Skin Erup tions It curses or no pay 25C at storedThe United Iri hLeague is credited with planning for an Iris revolt against English rule ARE YOU RESTLESS AT NIGHT And harassed by a bad cough Use Bollards Horehound Syrup it i will secure you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical cure 125c 5ocand ipo bpjAleat Chas Q Davis J Dry Goods Notions Shoes Clothing Mats Groceries 8c I Flirnilifire Cheaper than ever Before First Come First Served CONWAY o Mrs Mary Brock is very illat this writing Jessie Dykes attended court at Richmond last week Several of our citizens attended Circuit Court this week David Chenault started for Ari zona last Wednesday for his health The post office near Boo ns Gap is called Boone and seems to be prosperingIThe little girl of Mr and Mrs Andrew Johnson is very sickat this writing Our Friend Dr R H Lewis has had many calls in this part during the past week The play party given by Miss Evie Hardin was a success so says the boys and girls Mr Geo Kelton near here was stoned from his corn crib a few nights ago by thieves Mrs David Chenault was here from Burgin last week attending to her husbands business Mr L C Drake was over from Nicholasville first of the week writing up life insurance for the boys holdsing meeting at the Fairview church this week and reports a good at tendance J M Ccffey left here to attend court last Monday and has not re turned yet and the city cry at pres ent is Where has he gone ryIno one knows where he journeyed during his absence M L Kelton says that the jobat Paris is too much like work and he prefers to bake his shines with the old woman at home such weather as we have had for the past few weeks Carterdwas iu our town shooting off his Bazoo last Tuesday the old gentle finestalker and every body welcome him here J H Sigman says that it is Mineral Socks instead of Mineral Rocks he lids for saleHe has sold several pair U S Berry being one of the purchasers and U S says that they are the Lest sock on the market for single men bachelors and men that have pmen that does not like to wash an old dirty sock as the dirt can be burned out with out damage to the sock UAILh IGeorge Pitman of Raspberry was here this week artBenSaturday and Sunday Logan Hasty sold to Brown and Thompson t yoke of cattle at 4 cts Born to the wife of Wm Brown a boy m otherand babe doing hve IRev A K Gooch and John Todd Jr were lie e the first of the weekMr Nailor Skaggs Cree vicinity J DEAD Herrin die SundayRev J t appointme Sunday W T- visited his the week Thon has bee hit at this G k Sutton 7 J- atte t Monday wit tilaski passed u ch a nice bunch of ca ay to Stanford hompson and W H Bro Preachersville bought a brine t of hogs in this part at a4 to 434 cts G A Morgan bought of various parties 15 head of cattle at about 3f cts He drop e them tp Stave ford court Monday v Atty S F Brown and wife Miss May Sowder Joe Brown and Frank Catron all of Level Green attended church at Providence Sun dayW H Brown O A Gentry M T Craig Jacob Elder Chas Her rin Logan Cash R E Hamm Mason Brown D R Gentry James- V Proctor G B Sutton H G Sutton E A Herrin and others of this vicinity attended court in Mt Vernon last Monday Mark i1 Cousin r I G C Clemens of Topeka Kan the noted constitu tional lawyer who bears so striking a resemblance to Mark Twain Samuel B Clemens that he is frequent I ly taken for the- originalMark G c ClemcnsI is a man of deep intellect and wide experience He is con sidered one of the foremost lawyers in this country In a re cent letter to the Dr Miles Medical Co Mr Clemens says Personal experience ixulobserr tiationhavethoroughlysatistimethat and is excellent for what it is recompmended MrNormanwaltrip Sup Pres Bank es Fraternal Society Chicago says t I MilesPain Pills I are inealuablc for headache and aU plin I had ben a gnat iier r from headache until I lrarcdnf t eeicacy of1r Miles Pain PiUs KJ ialwaS them and Tirevert iecitrrng mt Icui by talon a pill wheahe smhfrst appear sold by alt Druggists trice Z5c der ox Dr Miles Mtedical Co Elkhart Ind B 1A r a ol MtVernon Signal FRIDAY Rill i4 I902 m Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application THE negro Tom Brown who assaulted Miss Della Powell last Wednesday was hanged Thursday s at 12 oclock to a tree in the Court house yard at Nicholasville So ended the life of another of the many brutes tHat have gone in this way Another warning note is sounded to all suchand it does seem that this and the many other hangings of this kind would deter them from committing such crimes Hang them burn them or mutilate them jri any barbarious manner H chosen yet soon another is offered up to appease the wrath of an in suited law and an outraged people THE appropriation bill for Fed eral employes just passed by the House for the next fiscal year provides for an increase of nearly five hundred officeholders not to mention an increase of salary for eStIf the peo- extravagance jr republican Jit we have y i wontmoval bill tsday by a is a bill ers of the f the con emovalof to the r names of- LouisL ji the seat of gov BSHJWHtMIUyftM r HON eu ry county h self a candidate for urt- of Appeals in thi p pelate District to ge Buriiam whose tarf is drawing to a close M is a good man and has all lifi cations necessary to fit him for that high position TIlE government has finished its i case against Neely and the court adjourned for a week to give his counsel time to examine the docu mental evideuce against him Perhapsta verdict will be reached a f some time during the life of the present generation NEVERTHELESS nxot withstand I ing Princess Alice Roosevelt is slated for attendance at King Ed wards coronation Of course this will be pleasingpeo pIe of this country and theyll show their pleasure by their votes q i wi5the Danish West Indies will require a new name if the treaty for their purchase be ratified by the Senate and the 5000000 to pay for theta he appropriated by the House we suggest that they be a called Republican Folly Islands WHY did the Department of Justice make its investigation of Judge Noyes and his conduct of- the U S Court in Alaska a star chamber affair The people have a right to know the full facts in such cases As was to be expected the Sen ate Census committee has favorably reported the hill to evade the Civil Service laby establishing a per I maneut Census Bureau and putting lall its clef ks in the classified ser vice detsire to attend the same performance J of the opera that Prince Henry does will live to pay 5 each for LstajidingrootJi Oh no this sort of tiling t disgusting not at all N lu addition to the Foraker fight t Senator gl1n1hasa newly gaged daughter on his hands tod to mention an occasional dash of Ise gout vU 7Vy a t i HON F F BOBBITT ON CA- PRICIOUSNESs Olt CAPRI CIUUS LOVE kfell violently in love with u beautiful and most fascinating young lady a perfect hour of loveliness Had nothing to marI her beauty and that increase it One eye was a little crossed There came a skilled occulist around and str if Now t-here1wasfront the beautiful face and lovely form My love vanished at once Saw another young lady as beauti ful as she for whom the bloody siege of Troy was waged for ten long years She had an artificial a cork leg but had an aristo cratic limp that was the very poetry of motion There came a skilled surgeon through the country that could replace the natural limb removed the cork limb sup plied one of life flesh and blood Next time I saw her limp all gone my love vanished at once On one occasion I was called upon to ad dress a large audience of ladies and gentlemen I had not spoken long until I noticed that I was admiring a score or so of the beautiful ladies in that audience and they were admiring me One of the ladies was the loveliest creature upon earth Her brow Parian marble her neck alabaster the rose and lilly wove a texture of silk and satin upon her lovely face Only a few freckles upon her nose sprinkled on by the pep perbox of mischief These en hanced her beauty She did not know this however andnoticing that there was in New York City a lotion that would remove them sent five dollars to New York bought a bottle and took the lovely freckles off When I sa wher again the same lovely form the same angelic face but the freckles all gone and my love all gone Fell desperately in love with another mans daughter Put me out to sleep in a shuck pen It rained that nightThe falling of the rain upon the roof was the most delightful music I per heard I will marry this mans daughter if for nothing else to get to sleep in the shuck pen oha rainy night I left determined to come back again Came back but iu the meantime a flock of eider ducks froth the far off Hebrides lit in their yard They were captured and picked and they made a soft bed ofeider down for me and put it in the best room and the next morn ing love all gone PINE HILL o Our C K Society grows steadily in numbers and interest Mr L Metesser is in Philadel phia this week on business Messrs Houston Reynolds and Hall and attending court this week Mrs John Jones went to Jellico Tenu t to spend a few days with h01D folks The little son of Mr and Mrs Sympson who has been quite sick is convalescent Mr Geo Doan and his pretty niece Miss Artie Doan went to Mt Vernon shopping Tuesday Mrs Geo Stallsworth and little son Osco and daughter Winaf red made a visit to Mrs John Mead ows of Livingston last Saturday It is with real pleasure we note the great improvement in Mrs Lamb who has been unable to leave her bed for yearsfor the past three days has been sitting up and growing stronger Mrs Sympson entertained some of her friends from Livingston to dinner on Thursday Those present were MessQames Fishback Moore Stuckey Cooper Roller Sambrook and Van Nuys The occasion was very enjoyable and will long be remembered by those present CASTORIAFor The Kind You HaveAIwajfS Bought Bears the- signatuae of mm ar W J a = i fXDLD HICKORY CHIPS o By Our Associate Editor Paitnership gives way to the wave of sympathy for Mr and Mrs Roosevelt in their trouble May their son regain his health is the universal wish rSouth American delegates to the recent Pan American Conference do not share Secretary Hays ex pressed views Some of theme have been saying in plain words that the conference was barren of results- which is strictly true When it was made plain to the republican House leaders that it was no Cuban tariff concessions no more official pie they promised the concessionsIA Washington news note says Secretary Hay made plain to the Russian Minister our attitude to ward the Russian grab in Manchuria If he did the RussianI Minister has a scoop on our own people If our observation be correct there is less enthusiasm among our Germanborn citizens over the reception of Prince Henry than in any other class Perhaps this is because they have gpod memories r There is one big fly in the plutocratic milkthey havt no titles of nobility to distinguish them from ordinaary men Lewis Nixon Tammanys new leader is already showing that he is no amateur in the game of politics He is confident that one term of the alleged reform govern m nt will be enough to last the New Yorkers a long time The G A R also knows that this is Congressional year Thats why it is asking that a House Committee investigate Pension Coin missioner Evans Gum Sulphuro Roy Robins spent a few days with relatives at this place last weekMr Tom Roberts is visit ing Mrs Sallie Roberts Mrs Nannie Bronston was the guest of Mrs N D JWilmott Sunday There was singing at the house of Mr N D Vilmott Sunday night the music excellent Born to the wife of Green Spears on the 7th a fine boyW M Roberts lost a fine milch cow some days ago Mr Bale Anderson is shipping a lot of fine lumber from this point Mrs Andy King who has been stole some time is reported worse Mrs Mollie Bodkin was visiting her father at this place Monday Little Elbert and Mary Etta King were the guests of Ila Jack and Dewey King SundayMr- Rube WiJniott and daughter are visiting Mr N DVilmottMiss Lusk of Pittsburg is the guest of Mrs Sallie Roberts this week Walter Robins and Milton Rash were in Gum Sulphur Sunday Gilbert Saylor has returned to isI old occupation working on section Messrs JB Livesay andi Green Morgan of near Mt Ver non were here Tuesday CURED CONSUMPTION Mrs B W Evans Clearwater Kan writes My husband lay sick for three months the doctors stated he had quick onsumption We procured bottle of Ballards Horehound Syrup and it cured him That was six years ago and since then we always kept a bottle in the house We cannot do with out it For coughs and colds it has no equal 2SC 502 and 100 bottle at Chas C Davis A LEGACY OF THE GRIP Is otters a rundown system Weakness nervousness lack of ap petite energy and ambition with disordered liver and kidneys often follow an attack of this wretched disease The greatest ne dlben is Electric Bitters the spendid tonic blood purifier and regulator of Stom ache Liver and Kidneys Thousands have prQVed that they won 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IvANDUAi Agen Entered at the lit Verntij Ky PostoQce as Ice end claee mail matter MASONIC eahland Lodge No G10 meets 2nd Satn daylOnmMT ON It A fIAPTER No 140MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY t2 p in CHURCHES Chnatian Holds services 1st Sri Snndaj at 11In and at 620 pm Presbyterian Holds service en the 2n- and 4th dunday morning nnd evening Baptist Church Services on the SecondI Saturday night and Sunday Sunday r School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday night- sPERSONALS ih y 0 W C Mullins was here Tues day Dr M Penniiigton went to Lou isville yesterday ir 11chanlsMrs Sue Muilins was here a short while Monday Dr E J Brown of Stanford in TuesdayPJames Houk Sr continues in a very critical conditionb LCaptIvmg ston was here yesterdays J A Mullins came in Sunday so as to lose no time from courtE V1Iessrsa came in Monday to attend court Col J B Fish has been th rear end with an attack of rheumatism W At Owens of Livingston vrasjiere yesterday on buisness Ifff7e understand that Mr JSJoplin will loacate at Junction City Miss Dove B Letcher spent Sunday with homefolks at Rich mond tcDrRinehart of Livingston were here yesterday z rEd Miller has returned from a two weeks visit to Garrard county i J rMfes Hedie Sayers of neark 4 Brodhead is visiting Mrs ffannie C Albright V r Misses Alma and Lou Newland k of Brodhead are visiting Miss Bessie Houk Miss Mat Williams will leave in on a few days for Nashville t0 of visit relatives Mr J C Phillips of foot httind was in town and kindly reriiember ethe SIGNAL fMr J T Count ot Indian Terae ritory spent Saturday until Montc day with Mr and John W grown Miss Pollie Brown of Walnut Grove has returned home after a short visit to her brother W A of Brown Rev Martin Owens the veteran preacher from Quail was in tow Tuesday and renewed bis Fneetion with us Wm L Owens of Maretburg father of Marshall Owens is report ed as very sick having suffered a slight paralytic stroke all Mr Fritz Krueger left for PJkep Jville Pike county Tuesday to close a contract for the erection of a college building at that place at M R Jones tells us that he will probably take a leave sometime in the near future for the far w to take up his abode The Signal will regret very much to see hime w leave and lose his valuable services aaavthethe paper hasbeenno small bit 1 c Editor B C Walton was lie Monday adding more names to the I Jis subscription list SATURDAYS Louisville rite containedathreeeoluntnhalf ton cut of Miss Cecil Njeld the beati ful daughter of Mr and Mrs C Nield of Louisville Atty R L Brown ofSomer set was town Wednesday Mr hims Smpractice we are glad to state tJudge JW Alcorn Mort Rothwell W A Morrow W G VeJsbtV A Clark R M Johnson and F F Bobbitt are the visiting attorneys attending weekrlion Dick Warren democratic candidate for Congress former Commomwealths attorney before Rockcastle was changed into the 28th judicial district a most gentlemandmodel fepresenative was with our people Monday presenting his claims LOCALS 4 o Box SUPPER There wiU be a box supper at the Court House Saturdaynight DRAD1r Jas Hansel an aged and respected man of Chestnut ige died Tuesday of a corn plicaM of diseases S CUTNear Livingston last Saturday William Carmicalwas severely cut by Squire Brummett a quarrel over a tax recipt OLD COIN William Thomason an American silver half dollar dated 1814 which has been in pos if of the family fcr 40 years u SWALLOWEDLitt1 e Ardilla daughter of Mr oiidMrs witht5 gold piece ptitit in her mouth and swallowed it- WANTED Butcher cattle will pay the SJlivnon Aisofat hogs J- DEADMiss C RINEHARTa Mary Hysingerat daughter of Mr and Mrs William Hysiuger died Saturday and was buried Sunday We were unable get the complete facts for a full reportBURxEDA special to Courier Journal Feb loth says The Baptist church at Waco Madison a county was burned to the ground Services ware held there just a fewof hours previous and a defective Co flue is supposed to be the cause of the fire Mr Joe Waters editor of the Lincoln Democrat was here Tues day looking for a Mr Kendrick who had worked the swindle racket the Stanford people to the tune several dollars and had come here it is supposed to work thisH town Two weeks since a citizen of this place mailed a letter on train for- John Bridges ESray Texas The contained only three let a J s and 4the balance consisted of picture ofa bridge rays of sun and a lone star Mr Bridges acknowledged the receipt letter a few days after- OhnRATIoNMr at John H Haley had an operation performed in is rupturne In lsmir the was made seven inches and three inches deep and theV blood vessel was tied and the inst cision sewed up in seven minutes Mr Haley sat quietly and saw it done without complaining Jfnl or taking any opiate whatever DEBATE Resolved That am bition has been more of a vice than- a virture was the subject for d the College Friday night Doc Chandler Brent McClary Albert Sl Willieste were t e rs and one of the boys did remarkably ell and show considerable talent oLYthhis earerf J CARD OF THANKS o Blessed are they who give coil Throughs wisheto return our many sincere thanks fSr kindness and sympathy in our recent bcrevement Their acts of kindness are stored in our heartsever to be remember till death Mr and Mrs E A Herrin CIRCUIT COURT oCircuit Court convened Monday and the following juries were em paneled GRAND JURY W H Brown J L Denny A J Owens E Pyre Joseph Doan J F Harris J S Griffin Purcell Phillip Holcomb BoothI Jran s T J Hayes and Wood foJeman PETIT JURY H McCracken J R Bradley HID N Wil prams WA Cox J CPhil1ipsJ Alva Maret J B Cummins In gram Renner W P Hayes Geo Rader S C Chandler J LJThompson D R Gentry W HfSigman Jacob Sambrook T J Nichols J J Martin W C Bur dette and C L Lear fONDAY evTheonday W M Gaunt was fined 50 and cost for malicious shooting and wounding John Pitman X25 and cost for carrying conceal weapons Tiner Krby 250 for breachofthe peace BH Joplin 20 ancicost for gaming F M Curtis 22nd the cost for gam il1JiIf Bishcp 25 and the cost gtuning E N Whitaker25 1ffthe cost for gaming and the case against Nan Townsend charged with selling liquor unlawfully ontinuedrUESDAYChris Langford was fined 100 for selling liquor Wm Mullins was acquitted on a charge of breach of the peace Vill and John Purcell and 0Spoo1amor 0Charliecharge of maliciously shooting wounding another Browulow Povnter charged with maliciously shooting and wounding continued WEDNESDAY Cyntha Fry charged with unlawful sale o se whisky acquittedDr M LdBryant was fined 50 and cost ontJ charge of impiri ism 7 IIlythejudge gave peremptory in struc tion to find for the defendant LIVINGSTONd 0rlDr E J Brown of Stanford was here Monday W Cand J A Mullins were a- Mt Vernon M ondaypThere was a dance at the Mullins otel Tuesday eveningi1 JrFxjGboper made a business trip to Louisville this week Miss Lou Mullins of Mullins Station is visiting friends here Miss Lula Davidson of Berea isw j1PerkeyMrs Mila Pettit has returned home after a visit with her mother VildietcMrs j C Heudron of Edentonf here visiting her daugl Lewis billion Mrs Sue Mullins was in Mtn ernon Monday There was no in parade this time tMrsSaturday from Mt Vernon and is improved in her health Geo Cook and family attended the burial of Mit Hackney near Mt Vernon one day last weeka haeCarkon returned to Maretsoilrg Friday firspeWalter Stewart of Walnut Grove are here visiting Mrs Jack Smith Mrs Ellen Clifford of Bluefield Va is hpre visiting her sister John Magee arid BrotherSam t r r i A r r y II = 51beellHerrin near Quail returned here Monday Miss Minnie Chestnut of Or- Lando who has been the guests cf Dr and Mrs Childress returned home one day last week Mr and Mrs Henry Blankenship returned to their home ate Preach ersville Monday after a pleasant Blankenship visitwith Mr and Mrs J T Dr and Mrs J S Cooper re turned from Stanford Monday Dr Cooper has ben at the Joseph Price Infirmary for a few weeks and has quite recovered his health and looks ten years younger Madame Stork has been very busy for a few days in our little town She left a little daughter with Mr and Mrs Will Wright Feb 4th A little son with Mr arid Mrs Wilson billion Feb 6th And a fine twelve pound boy withIMr and Mrs Lewis Dillion loth A little stun with Mr and Mrs James Frazier Feb loth Allare doing welli0 Weather at high barometer rest the fanners and but little sick revsRev Hartsfield filled his ap pointment at this place Saturday gaQuitetie girls of this section went skating Sunday evening last Mr Jno Cress has been in this immediate section gathering up the few cattle and hogs Mr Jno Winkler who has been on the sick list for quite a period- is thought to be recuperating Tlromintntgaged tearing up the earth the surface Will anyone of the correspondents state how the electors of Kentucky for president receive theiiposition The sawmill near here is still to the inclement weather which it will again be in f fi n as5 usuaT si s i 2 tMn Ed Gentry who has been attending the Level Green Academy reports a flourishing school and the change of instructors Mr Ab Winkler who fell from = himfas one of the best employes of L N railroad Mr Bill Houk who unfortunate nad his dwelling consumed by CAPITALandfruits of courage and friendsnip An attendant of the services con at Providence Sunday last ports that Rev Davis delivered a Frfails totone our ex of the gospela capable and efficient Christian leader Make convenient and absorb his next sermon which will be delivered on the 2nd prox It seeems as tho the agitations the road improvement has crept silently into the valley of oblivion certainly no reason why e as a people should not have as good turnpikes as those of adjoining counties when we are far better supplied with road material No one would doubt and very good citizen who wishes to be in the line ot progression candidly admits that good roads can be secured without any superhuman effort and that they would- be a great stimulus to thee advance of all Land would advance price farmers would better un derstand and more actively follow improveeresult Schools would be lorger snore capable and efficient teachers and the twobyfours would cease to be These are only a few of the many fruits to be derived as natural consequence MILLIONS PUT To WORKT The wonderful activityof they new century is shown by an error mous demand for the worlds best iOrkeraDr Kings New Life Pills For Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness or any bidrneys theyre unrialedJ Orily a c cru t drtt store L vrh JHOUK ADAMSf IMT VERNON KY j HEADQUARTERSFOR JLIVINGSTONKY r HOUK ADAMS H AVE Everything usually handled by all lirstclnss general merchants any human body can be satisfied in prices and quality c H 10 U K i D A v s = r iio tiI osiery Kotions Ties ats gents furnishings clothnly too cheap nnerwear not to nderestim ted bej nobby and stylish inds of goods we cant be undersold II goods guaranteed and 11 prices reasonable o not miss these I aily opportunities II people should veil themselves of I ens suits to suit an or boy o come and elect and get bargains i 4mtN r gy Jtir M PS in all the styles ILAwill be sold at almost I GROCERIES hardware and Queenawarc Saddles Bridles Harness collars and hang We are constantly receiv ing new arrivals of goods VfCJ And will supply you very promptly call and learn prices COAL CORN and Ha BC8tJBrand Fertilizers also illSall kinds farm tools Y Goods dclirrlin any part of town promptly r F What Do You Want to Buy Anything you should need in our line are well worth your notice and should arrest your attention ifyou are lool i jg for Bar ins Bring us your country produce and price s Phone 25 Sring HOUK Big brio I 1r aflJ = CHAS C D s SUCCESSOR TO THEO WESLE hePlacetoUbtain Kresh t IALSO Patent Medicines Sls PrfuillE1Y Station Tr1 rticles CIGARS AND T CO Paints andA 1 H PRESCRIPTIONS carefully Compounded at allw 1 hours day or night i THE Wm OF MT VERNON t MT VeRNON KY OPENED 9001 TOCK 15000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASHX DIRECTORS Jonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fish itz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boreiug J E Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Caretul atten tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in to- wnDANNIEOWENS F UNDERTAKER Caskets Coffins Robes Etc Kept ic Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KENTUCKY WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Under ker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR f v4 Mt Vernon Kvi Sf6crlBomplete FINE HEARSE Att c1redcrall furnish 3iletalic Gaskets o lnd have Fmbalmipgdone on short notice Command see me anything I have not got can get for you on fitratn that leave the city J 0lg DkRS R t 11 e rplP ptT111edfi r t1 Ytv w Miller House V J RIDER PROPR Headquarters for Cpmrn rcial Men fXrPorter at all trains a f The VerandaI Hotel1 I JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling oien Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day Hotel Frith R L COLUER Propr t Located at the DepotnBR- ODHEAD KY i GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all train- sTyreeFrancisco MONUMENTAL WORKS lead Ky- arble Monuments tonesSTCLASS I GIVETC f i r- Ne i COL 0J UITA IIPACIFIC C T- In effect Sunday May jgth The new train will leave St Louis 900 a in daily the evening trains to same points 10 10 p in daily Through sleeping car service between St Louis San Francisco and Northwestern points Only Mlle that does a twice daily Excursion tickets now on sale For further information jiddress yR T G Matthews T P A r Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Cenl t1 sr and Tkt Agt St Loui Insurance of all I kindsCall at the ignal AU VIIlion I OUISVILLE HENDERSON 6 ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS- F gTWE Lauisville endSt Louis Parlor Cars 01 Dcy TrlnP- uIiraaB e Bust Sleepers oo MrKt Trains fJtJtratio and further fufort ail tn cJlrcw t J IRWJM cit JJ J1f il orrrTP8Wri Bad Coughs Ie I had a bad cough for six 1weeks and could find no relief tried PectoAyers Cherry ral Only onefourth of the bottle cured meL Hawn Newington Ont talwayslead They run into chronic bronchitis pneumonia consumptionDont Ayers Cherry Pectoral just as soon as your cough begins A few doses vill cure you then Three sizes 2Sc Mt druggistsi Consult your doctor If lie says take it then do all lie says If lie tells you not knowsLeaveJ C AYER CO Lowell Mass applyingwe promptly obtain U S and For- eignPATENTS ERTI or photo and we send an I MEDIATE givothecharges are moderate Try us SWIFT Be CO Patent Lawyyevss Opp US Patent CfficeWa8hIngton DC COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Monday in January April July and October CIRCUIT rSecond Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in September MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month KP0TM- Mt Verop TeJltJ No 21 MT VERNON KY MEETS every ist and 3rd Monday in each month 730 Pin TAS E HOUK COM J J PING REC KE- EPHoUErRILEY F B RILEY Prop LONDON KY HEADQUARTERS for Com mercial men Good Sample Room and convenient to Depot Rates 2 00 per day M L MYERS Dentist MT VERNON KY FIRSTCLASSWORK OFFICEIn the Krueger new brick PHONE No 38 P A Pennington D D S M D DENTST- N W Cor Third and CbestnutSts- LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller HousC Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts R G Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICERoom 3 up stairs over The Bank of Mt Vernon C C Williams ATTORNEJYATLAW MT VERNON KY B OFFICE On 2nd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Furniture and Utidejstaking A full and complete tockAn orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest prices J AvMullitis 8c Son Successors to Blank asliip b Mullius JUViXGSTGN Pr KENTUCKY Washington Letter r 0 From Our Regular Corresponcljntl Democrats in Congress are afraid to count upon such a piece of partyI good luck as the holding up Senate by the republican leaders of the bill for the repealof the war taxes which vill be passed by the House this week Therefore they are not doing any talking for pub lication about the stories crediting the republican Senators with that intentionrepublican members of the House who know how neces sary that bill is for their reelection are however doing plenty of talking Republicans are not of course making such admissions publicly but among themselves many of them express the fear that the democrats will control the next House no matter what this Con gress may do Mr Roosevelt is credited with being the instigator cf the revival of the centuryold controversy over the right of the President and the Senate to negotiate commercial treaties and put them into effect without the consent of the House even when they affect the countrys revenues and with intending to force a decision in his favor with a Cuban reciprocity treaty if he does not succeed in bringing the repub lican leaders of the House around to his way of thinking on that sub ject That the House will fight for what it believes to be its Constitu tional rights is certain and the fight will be a very interesting one if it takes place It will not be necessary however for Mr Roose velt to force it to get Cuban recip rocity as the republican House leaders are getting down on his side of the Cuban fence as fast as they can manufacture plausible reasons for doing so There is much dissatisfaction among republican Senators from States not represented on the re publican Steering committee named by Senator Allison chairman of the republican caucus because New England has been given three members Aldrich Hale and Lodge out of the eleven They claim that this gives that section more control over legislation than any other Section of the country will have The other members of the commit tee are Allison Cullom Elkins Spooner Perkfns Clark of Wyo Beveridge and Hanna- Extravagance that is bad enough- to get the opposition of republicans in Congress must be rank indeed rtttt IItttjThUICOUghj 1 lOngs You have used allf I sorts of coughreme i i dies but it does not 1 I yield it is too deep l f seatedmay wear j ffit= produce a I- ous pneumonia or a seri s I throat affection somethingI iII SCOTTS I J EMULSION J will do this when everything l else fails There is no doubt T about it It nourishes = strengthens builds up and I I makes the body stro and j S healthy not only to throw 5 I off this hard cough but to j fortify the system against i I further attach If you are run down or emaciated you i i should certainly take this Ii nourishing food medicine j 3SCOTTLtyt mm fb1- I T i A batch of it in the office of the Comptroller of the Currency wasI uncovered partially in the when an amendment was added to the Legislative Executive and Judicial Appropriation bill provid ingthat a complete list of employes- of the Comptroller shall be priute in each issue of the U S Blue- Book The reason for that amendment is the existence of a force under the comptroller whose names do not appear anywhere as employ- es of his office and who draw in some instances a larger salary than the Comptroller does These men do not pass any examination being appointed solely at the pleasure of the Comptroller The business of this force is to look after the assets ofnational banks that have suspended and although the work performed is purely clerical they are dignified with the title of reeiver- in order to make a bluff at giving something for the large salaries they draw Mr Hemenway of Ind said one of them had been paid as high as 7000 a year and another at the rate of 15 a day These men are paid from the funds belonging to the banks but that does not excuse the extravagance Their work is done under govern ment control and the creditors of those banks have a right to expect that good business methods will be followed in caring for the assets instead of extravagantly paying them out to favorites in the name of Turner of Washington made an able Constitutional argument in a speech against the Philippine tariff bill which he declared was in conflict with the clause of the Constitution which requires uniformity in the laying of taxes duties and imposts Speaking of the claim of the republicans voiced by Senator Foraker in a speech several days ago that those who speak in opposition to the republican policy in the Philippines are violators of law Mr Turner said If it shall be claimed in the future- as in the past that those of us here who speak our minds freely are inciting insurrection amid rebellion among the Filipinos we can re distiuguishIcompany to the spirit of the colonies which re suited in American independence Senator Turner said If Filipino resistance to our unconstitutional and lawless action shall have awakened the conscience of the Ameri can nation to the base betrayalof liberty involved in this whole Phil ippine adventure it will have been a happy and a fortunate incident- for us and worth all the blood and treasure it has cost us because it will prevent us from ever again in all our history entering upon any such similar adventure From be ginning to end and for months before our war with Spain the cry of the Filipino people has been for in dependence and nothing else Secretary Long wrote Rear Ad miral Sampson a gushing letter on his formal retirement aiidsityork ing as hard as he ever worked in his life to get Mr Roosevelt to make his decision on Rear Admiral Scble3s appeal tavering Samp son but the man for whom all this nothiMgjconditionjtime His mind is gone and his physical condition gets worse every day The G A R has taken a new tack in its fight on Pension Com missioner Evans and is now flood ing the House with petitions ask ing for a Congressional investigation of his administration of the Pension Bureau Gov Tafts serial story is what the Congressional wags are talling- the daybyday story sold the Senate committee on the Philippines dur ing the past week by Got Taft He would never win a medal r iir a condensing contest Mr Roosevelts trip to the Charleston Exposition was indefi nitely postponed en account ofT he illpess of his son at Grotoiih Mass IReaP Admiral and Mrs Schley are in Washington They are de lighted with the reception given them in the West They expect to visit friends in Albany s New York in the course ofa week or ten days and have promised to at tend the Charleston Exposition on the 27111 of this month t l The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has foeon oracle under his per jcTsonal supervision since its infiiacyv no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justusgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless snbstitutc for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age 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