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' -.--"- - ri7TTr! I mmaaammmm " - - :" " - -w , - b nfriBiLyOX BREECHES. USED AS TRACES IMPORT AN T. ooo-pairs BREECHES." Every pairissold under a striqt guarantee of "Another pair free if these RIP, WU be to your E arc making extra low prices now and if you wenr PANTS IN THE SEAMS." of the celebrated OX interest to come and buy now. KIC have now on sale " ww IIm THE MOST SUCCESSFUL! THE MOST RELIABLE! THE MOST POPULAR iiimiiiiw iMiia ill lt m i -- T- - mn LL G. Same kvore Goods CONWAY Goods For Less ftoney, Baker Gum Sulphur o PANTS From 75c up STORE HIATT. IN' ROCKCASTLE! CRAB ORCHARD. For aame money. Men's Suits from $2 50 to $10. Children's Suits HiNU ur. 66c-$l;00 V THOUGHTS OF HOME. Among the hills in old Kentucky, Stands a town its size so small, Just above the village yonder, Is the rumbling of the falls. Stretched across this stately liver, Is a bridge so very wide, That the cars aud passing people, Crossed the riverside by side. In that village are some houses, Weather-beate- n rough and old, Tis the place where traders bartered, Raw material bought aud sold. To the cast there stands a mountain Rising far above the clouds, Where the wild deer roame'd the vood-land, COVK Green Riddle went to Livingston Tuesday on business. The fanners are hustling about J. Y. Roberts, of Gum Sulphur, was in town yesterday. their work. Mr. Henry Parkerson went to Mt. Vernon Monday. Mr. J. V. Moore and wife went , to Bee Lick Sunday. Mr. Per Hiatt was in Brodhead Sunday to see the doctor. Mr. C. C. Gibbs has moved from this vicinity to Bee Lick.' Mrs. Tebitha Fish, of Wildie, is visiting her soli, Rev. G. M. Eish. Mr R. L. Smith bought of Chint Lear some calves at market price. Miss Ullic, the daughter of R. L. Smith is quiet ill at this writing:. If reports be true our column will report a wedding in a short time. Messrs. Win. Hysinger aud Chint Lear, attended court at Lancaster Monday. Mrs. Mary Sumache aud two sons are visiting their grandmother Mrs. Sopha Lear. Mr. Ezra Sargent left here some days ago to woik the Spring and Summer months. of Copper Mr. Lige Brock Creek, was here Friday on very important business. Messrs. Geo. Moore and Burdett Chestnut-attWide- d church at Brod-head-Kvi- P. M. Condor, is in Rockcastle looking after cedar posts. Mrs. Dr. Pettus has been very sick, but is some better at this time M. D. Green has sold his stock aud talks of emigrating to Kuox-vill- e, Tenn. Pettus has gone to St. Marys to have her baby ChristMrs. Henry Mr. H. -- ijht. B. McClary, better known us "Hosspistol" has procured a position as clerk in Hiatts store. Mr. Elias Baker, of Gum Sulphur, a clever gentleman, and a hustling book agent, was in our midst Inst week. Mr. H. G. Howard aud wife of Brodhead, spent Sunday with1 their little sick grandson, Homer Chestnut, who is improving slowly. Marshal'J. E. Walliu, and H. C. Jones left here Friday last for Boons Gap, tc arrest a Mr. Young for post office robery, they returned with his hat and overcoat but the man escaped. ened by the Roman Catholic Church. W. E. Perkins rind JtjRr"Edmis-ton- , two of our leading dry goods Thursday. The Rev. Win. Williams, of merchants are in the city purchasBoon, has sold out aud will go to ing their spting goods. Texas rext week. Jo Payne was called home to see Mrs. G. W. Jones and Miss Eliza his mother, Mrs. D. C. Payne, who has been ver) sick, but is some Jones are visiting relatives on better at this time. He will returu Scaffold Cane, this week. W. A. Jones passed through to Harritnan, Tenu., the'ist of April where he has been attending here Sunday evening on his way to Berea, where he is attending school. school. David Thomas is here this week By the way, why cannot Crab Orchard have a good school of her from Ohio, where he recently own, so our young people will not moved. He will return in a few have to leave home to get an days. education. Some parties have Mrs, Je'nnie Linville, of Scaffold been making inquiry in regard to Caue, died last Saturday and was purchasing the Springs property interred in the Scaffold Caue Cemfor the purpose of opening a school etery last Sunday at two p. in. there", but think the owners want U. S. Berry is the best road sur too much money for them, but I veyor and alia round good neighbor think there are other situations and farmer in this community. He here; for example, the old race recently put several thousaud track would be a beautiful place for spokes on the switch at this place. school buildings aud might be pur- M. L. Kelton and wife left last chasod at a reasonably low price, Wednesday, to spend some weeks It contains about 75 acres, near with their son, C. A., at Sherman, the center of which is a mound, Tex., irom there they will go to the top of which is about one Anniston, Ala., to visit their son, hundred feet higher than the sur- William. rounding country. Springs abound J. E. Wallin, of Brodhead, and all over the country of the purest Harry Jones were in this neighborwaters, Epsom, Sulphur, Chalyhood last Thursday looking for beate and Freestone. If Carnegie would give us Sioo,-00- 0 Mat Young, but Mat made his es for a beginning, and Crab Orch- cape after receiving two shots, one ard would awake from her Rip aci oss the forehead and the other in the left Van Winkle sleep, and buy up a a four inch flesh wound breast. 'We are satisfied that Mat lot of old worn" out from old worn out citizens, and can run. brier-fields, em-plojes Mrs. E. C. Brannaman is very at this writiug J. H. Sigman made a flying trip to Livingston first of the week. D. C. Pullius has decorated his garden vith a new picket fence. Mrs. Willie Sims went to her husband at Jeffersonville last Friday. Mr. James Ponder has sold out and will move to Ohio in a few days. J. H. Sigman made a business trip to Jeffersonville, Ind., hjst 511 Master Horace Yonce is visiting his sister, Mrs. pibbs. Marshal Egbert Walleu, of Brodhead, was in town Tuesday. Misses Annie and Emma Roberts were visiting friends here Wednesday. Mr. Drew Bailey, from Copper creek passed through town Wednesday. Mr. M. B. Scoggin. of Illinois, is visiting friends and relatives at . this place. e child The little seven-months-old Sam Bryant, who has been sick for ome time, George BrvO house vacat singing week. Miss N J.P. Cn Jm. PhV-u. I yjmtmm the BkL- - , ' H mgston, v the first o Mr. an visiting re Rhv mains very sickfMr. H. M.J King, one of our most energetic? farmers, is taking advantage of the weather by plowing eveiy day The depot at this place was attacked last Saturday night by a hungry thief, 'who broke the door and took a key'and quite a lot of groceries. Business is somewhat livelier than usual, as there are a great many ties aud a considerable amount of lumber being hauled to this point forshiptueut. The series ofomeetiugs. conducted by Rev. Andrew Johnson at Wats Cliapel, resulted 111 great good to our people and the advancement of Christ's cause. Brother John- -' son has been preaching eight years, is twenty-siyears old, and is lWv'e no ' equal at his thought to vage. f Uncle AnHrew King, one of the oldest men in this part of the country, was able to walk up to the postoffice Wednesday morning, Mr. King? is a warm friend of morality and' religion, his main conversation is' .of the importance of living right and getting ready, as oue great .writer said: "For a life beyond life." x -r- oF'Mrr'aubMgVGiBbs-- - the first o re- With its mate so very proud. To the north there lies a valley Stretched away between the hills, Where the cattle winds their pathway, And the air is always still. When the sun is slowly sinking Behind the distant stately hills. And the dusky twilight raises, Then my heart with sadness fills. Then to my memory cometh Sweet thoughts of things reformed, And the home that standing yonder' Sheltered many from the storm. That sheltered me in childhood, ' Many views become so plain Qh! how I do remember, Scenes I ne'er may see again , apnomlm: liapel Satur- day t vein nF...w!!kinu av. Misses Emma and Minnie Riddle and Thuresie Johnson, were the guests of Miss Iola Hansel, Sunday last. Miss Jennie Wisson has returned to her home in Owsley county, after an extended visit to W. B. and family. 1 SiBhts jHr 'Wfe mmi were Rd creek regular t :- -r Tim Vjce Of Nagging. Clouds the happiness of the homer but a nagging woman often needs heln. She mav be so nervous and run.down n health that trifles an- noy her- If she is melancholy.;' excitable, troubled with loss of - j appetite, headache, sleeplessness, constipation or fainting and dizzy spells, she needs Electric Bitters, Hamit.ton COLWER. the most wonderful remedy for ail- March 1, 1902. ing women.. Thousands of sufferers from female troubles, nervous RELIGIOUS. troubles, backache and weak kidneys have used it, aud become Suuday will be Easter. healthy and happy. Try it. Only Easter services will be held at the 50c. All druggists guarantee satisPresbyterian church Sunday. faction. There will be song service at the Christian church Sunday night. . I Can't Knur It Skgrat. The splendid work of Dr. King's New Life Pills is daily coming to light. No such grand remedy for Liver and Bowel troubles was ever known before. Thousands bless them for cuiing Constipation, Sick Headache, .Biliousness, Jaundice Indigestion. Try them, 25c at all druggist's drug stores. the frieuds of Schley love the'adminis-tratio- u Milesand for its treatment of those-bravOh. of course, officers.- A PHYSICIAN WRITES. "I am desirous of knowing it the profession rcan obtain Herbine in bulk for prescribing purposes? ft has been of great use to nie in treating cases of dyspepsia brought on by excesses or overwork. I have uevei knowu it to fail in- restoring the organs affected, to their healthful activity." 50c bottle at Chas. C. Davis, - . Lockjaw From Conwuus. Cobwebs;put on a cut lately gave a woman jucKjaw. iuiiiiuds kiiuw that the best thing to put ou a cut 14 is Buckleu's Arnica Salve, the in- open an Agricultural College, give Mr. Roosevelt has decided that fallible healer of Wounds, Ulcers, work to students who are not able his order against government Sores, Skin Eruptions, Burns, to get an education otherwise, the seeking to influence Con- Scalds and Piles. It cures or no wilderness might be made to blos- - gressional legislation did not apply pay. Only 25c at all druggist's som like the rose, and loafers, who to printers in the Government drug stores. have nothing to do now but sit on Printing Office. It has not seemed the street corners and kick the toes to apply to anybody seeking to inIt took some hammering to make out of their shoes might, surrouud-an- d fluence things Teddy's way. see the correctness of the ed by the influeu:e of a good demand that all war Would Smash this Cr.uu. school, become useful citizens in- taxes be wiped out, but no vote if members of the "Hay Fever was cast against the repeal bill in 5ieilu ol u rones in me nive. So Association" would use Dr. King's mote it be. either branch of Congress. New Discovery for Consumption, SCIATIC RHEUMA-TISA POINTER FOR INVENTORS. the club would go to pieces, for it CURES o always cures this maladyK and If you wish your patent business Asthma, the kind that baffles the Mrs. A. E. Simpson, 509 Craig properly and promptly done send doctois it wholly drives from the St., Knoxville, Tenu., writes, Juue 10th, 1899: "I have been trying' it to SWIFT & CO., PATENT 'system. Thousands of once-hop- e LAWYERS, opposite U. S. Patent less sfferers from Consumption, the baths of Hot Springs, Ark., for Office. Washington, D. C. They Pneumonia, Bronchitis owe their sciatic rheumatism, but I get more have no dissatisfied clients. Write lives aud health to it. It conquers relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment them for their confidential letter; n Grip, saves little ones from Croup than any medicine or auything I postal card will bring it, and it aud Whooping Cough and is posit- have 'ever tried. Enclosed find may be worth nwuey to you. See ively guaranteed for all Throat and postoffice order for $1.00. Send bottle by Southern Ex- their advertisement elsewhere in Lung troubles. 50c, $1.00. Trial Sold by Clas. C. Davis. this paper. press:'' bottles free at all druggists- There will be preaching at Chest-- , house Sunday afternoon by Rev. Hartsfield. A 'protracted meeting will be commenced at Wildie, on Wednesday night before the 4th Sunday in Aprii Rev. Hartsfield will preach at Purcell school house every 1st and 3rd Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m., commenceing with the 1st Sunday in April. The County Sunday school convention will meet at Wildie, on the 4th Sunday in May. Every Sunday school in the county is cordially vitcd to come. There will be ner on the jrrnntiH The establishment of 300 libraries throughout the country by Mr. Andrew Carnegie, has greatly decreased the sale of magazines, instead of buying themselves, the people go to the reading rooms and read them there. nut Ridgi school Head- DR. MILLS' Sick headache, nervous head ache, tired headache, neuralgic headache, catarrhal headache, headache from excitement, in fact, headaches of all kinds arc quickly and surely cured with aciie. in-the- m weight in cold," says Mr. W. D. Krea-nie- r, of Arkansas City, Kan. "They cured my wife of chronic headache when nothing cite would." "Dr. Miles' Pain Pills drive away pain as if by magic. 1 am never n a supply, and think everync shnuld keep them handy. One or tuo pill taken on approach of headache will prevent it e try time." Mrs. Judge Johnson, Chicago, 111. ith-o- Also all pains such as backache, neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatic pains, monthly pains, etc. 'Dr. Miles' Pain Pills are worth their Pain Pills. Through their use thousands of people have been enabled to attend social and religious functions, travel, enjoy amusements, etc., with comfort. Asaprcvcnt-ativwhen taken on the approach of a recurring attack, ' they arc excellent. Sold by all Druggists, 25 Doses, 25 cents. ! There 3 Iolc iu the argument of Gov. Beckham, of Ky., that it is the bu'er ot dck-tailerses who should be ""acked and not the sel,er d c, Wtien it comes to general larity, Gen. Fitz Lse has been showing that he is in it. popu-mea'lnr- ge t" Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. "i i ri l hi 5 SB- s vrgftittto . waiiaimi i nfr ii 1 thtvjmftitmmm rt irfu im i an mt wnrifumriim it m. n? renum ,.i7-M -- - nTimri""-- " TVI1.f"HT'L,'1I- I- M ' I 'MfOni wWgiji, " . . MtVernon Signal Friday, Mau. !! SOME COMMENTS ON MR. GILBERT'S SPEECH. (For The Signal) The speech delivered in Congress on Feb. 24th, by lion. Geo. G. Gilbert well deserves the thanks and highest admiration of his constituents. The scholarly attainbreadth-oments, social, historical and geographical knowledge, apparent in this address are quite abnormal even in Congressional halls, and places the speaker far above the mere politician or place hunter For over forty years the writer has been a careful observer of political characters and conditions; and no where have we perceived a clearer insight of historical precedents, climatic iufluencies, and social and religious prejudices and influences than this speech. It carries us back to 1848 when Tom Corwin hurled his anathemas at the democratic party for warring with a feeble and inferior people. However, we find none of Corwin's "spread eagle" style about Gilbert. His speech plain and to the point must carry conviction to the most obdurate mind, and convince the thinking reasoning man that our Philippine war is not only useless but au outrage on humanity and a disgrace upon the American people. We sincerely hope that every democrat in the district will read this speech; it proves we have 'a representative who is a student, a scholar, a philosopher, and a statesman. J. S. R. Orlando, Ky. f POMTrCS and POLITICIANS Major General E. S. Otis was placed on the retired list Monday.John S. Rhea, of the Third has to step down and out and McKen.ie Moss gets his place. ' Col. David G. Colson lias himself a candidate for Congress in the Eleventh district. Perhaps after Teddy takes a few more boxing and wrestling lessons he'll be ready to tackle Mark in a rough and tumble scrap. Rkcknt language therein indicates that the English House of Commons is correctly named. Isn't Emperor William rather overdoing the thing in his attempts to jolly the American people by attentions to the Roosevelts? The trials before the Audencia Court of the cases arising from the embezzlement of Cuban postal funds have resulted in the following sentences: C. F. W. Neely, 10 years' imprisonment aud to pay a fine of $56,701; W. H. Reeves, 10 years' imprisonment and to pay a fine of $35i5i6; Estes G. Rathboue, 10 years' imprisonment and to pay n fine of $35,324. The Senate received Monday the River and Harbor bill, which was passed by the House last week without a division. The bill carries Appropriations aggregating dis-tiic- t, $60,-000,000. Land, Stock and' Crop to know what price hogs must' bring to make a profit on leeding them at corn. Fed under proper couditou, a bushel .of corn will make ten pounds of pork, and for all ordinary purposes this rule is accepted as a standard of measuring the relative values of corn and pork. Thus the pork so made from 67 :ent corn must bring $6.70 ""per hundred weight iu order to let the feeder out. Uuder present conditions we should try other rations for the fattening hog. Wheat at 65 cents per bushel will go further than corn at 67 cents. Barley at 50 cents is a cheaper feed; alsos mill stuff and the low grades of wheat aud flour. There is a certain loss iu making pork which sells for $5.80 out of 97 cent corn wholly. Exchange. 67-c- t. 28, 1902. A friend wants Published ovcry Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. SUBSCRIPTION ONK !! II! . ALL CASES OF YKAli $1.00 DEAFNESS OR HARD HEASS1NG by our new invention. Advertising rates made known on application Bill, providing for s registration in towns, is missing, and probably was stolen in the closing hours of the legislafifth-clas- CURABLE skw. mow those born deaf ure liicuioiiie. Only OF DALTIN1QRE, SAYS: Mil., HEAD HOISES CEASE F. A. WERW1AN, MEDIATELY. W5"'., K Thk Farris tive session. It had passed both houses and was signed by Speaker Finn, but was never reported back to the Senate for comparison and for the signature of the President of the Senate. To n mau up a tree it looks like some dirty work has Ueeu done. March 30, loot. BU.timork, tli.mU to jour ucjttiiiiil, I " III i"w give yco at otir Ulscraion, nfull hUoryormycunc, to l.euid .iljout tfvc year bj;o mv richt cur began to sins, and this Kept on gelling won c, until I lot . i.iy uimiii in huh earciiurwy, c ' I iiiidcrwuit a treatment for catrirrh. for three months without rhp tolil me l.ui lierof ilivlclniit nmoiiir other., the most cm ncnt eiir Mieciallst of tliU elty.liuiu noises woaiu e.ulv an iteration could help me. mid even lliut only temporarily, that tlio tltcti ceie. hut tin hearing 111 the affected iar would be lost forever Mlun Mvryour tuhcrtUuncnt nceldtii nl!y In a New York paper, and ordered Aftcrt had used It oillvnfew il.trnccoulliiKtoour direction, the itoiiiicenstd. an J after Rf iviel.s ni hcirnm In the dlcacd car has been entirely rctored. I thank you Vtiy truly yours. heartily and bee to reiualii l', A. VKKMAN, 7308. Broidway, llnltlmorc, Md. Gxlhun, ; - Belli; entirely cured of dcnfncw. ,. ,,..,, -- .517 . Our ts'PMtment (loot nut Interfere with your usual occupation. Yfill IMTEaVT'GMAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 Examination cud AiUlCd free. m rv fiURE YOURSELF AT HOME a,n.,an4 LA SALLE AVE., CHICAGO, ILL. Thk fight between the American tobacco trust and the Imperial tobacco trust, of Great Britian, which lias been going on for some time afcross the Atlantic, is also to be aarried on over here, and the Universal tobacco trust is said to have joined forces with the British coucern. Let 'em fight. It will be beneficial to the public if they fight each other into bankruptcy. Thk puny little sugar trust, ir. F. L. Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, sold to Joe Joidan, of Atlanta, a gray mare for $100. J. C. Hays, of Crab Orchard, sold to J. W. Smith, of Richmond, 25 at Lancaster Mou-- , cattle at da He also sold M. J. Farris seven at 2.20; a cow to D. N. Prewitt for $26. Interior Journal. six-year-old 4c srtri nroflta whm rou huv earrtanrea and harnrtia. Dxl with tho factory. Clt eur lonwt wholroals rates. Our arstrm selling direct to customers Is saving thousands of dollars to cnrrlscc hujerj In every corner of tht country Wo quoto the same rates to yuu that w o would six e tho largvst wholesale Juhber, and wa no othir druhroxn ahow. With cery purchms cllcr you an ruwor linen t to choose- - from such weKlTethehroidestcuaranUC. Ultlinolln every way snllafactery, )ou can rtturn tho vehleta to us ud we will jmy freight chirgvsbolliways. Wircnnuko team w tiw Pff&SMs. , There were 400 cattle on the market at J. F. U Lancaster Court. in America has almost persuaded Uu- enough cle Sam, that for Cuba and a poor there heart. So At a meeting of the trustees of the State School of Reform at Lex This is the way theirWreWogs ington it was decided to' rbuild the Bradley cottage. always howl. There are 278 cafses of leprosy in An extraordinary defense is that the United States, according to a put forward by Major Waller, of report made by officeis of the Marine the Marine Corps, who is being Hospital Servict. for having tried by court-martiThe telepeone linemen at Hend Pilipiuos shot without trial that erson have won their strike, the their execution without trial was company having granted the con necessary, lawful, and justifiable. cessions demanded. So the gold standard republican 1 he miners and mine operators administration thinks the free coin- of Western Kentucky are again in Miss Katie S. Lake, of near age of American Filipino silver cotuereuce at Central City, trying is visiting her brother; O. M. dollars will be a good thing for the to reach an agreement on a scale of Payne and family this week. Philippines, and that it will make wages. Miss Nannie Anglin, who has sentiment for the permanent reThe Keutucky Distilleries and been visiting her sister. Mrs. Sallie tention of the islands. Warehouse Company will export Hoskins, of Big Hill, has returned Tim English Lord who has been 3,600 barrels of Bourbon whisky to home. ostracized by English society for Hamburg, thus making this year's WITHERS. striking his wife, who has secured a shipments aggregate 10,000 barrels. from him, might find condivorce The Central Railroad of Alabama Mrs. James Lawrencehji5 been solation among the toadies on this is now said to be strongly financed, very ill for a few days, but isslow-l- y Mdeof'the Atlautic. and the road will be built from improving. Mrs. Hiram JenJouMani.Uy's price has not yet Decatur to Jasper with the ultimate nings, of near Livingston, has been been reached. He declined to be- iutertion of extending the line to moved to a high point north-eas- t of Livingston, thinking perhaps come an assistant Postmaster Gen- New Orleans. eral, Joe thinks he is full cabinet Judge Grosscup Monday granted the altitude and the change will Mr. a restraining order in the suits to beuefit her. Mr. Jack Mullins, of size, but he can't convince Roosevelt. preveut six railroads entering Pond Creek, Jackson county, has rates. The moved to Cruise's Ferry and put It is now othcially admitted tnat Chicago from cuttingimplyiug their up a grocery store and is doing a War Department officials are seri- lines consented, thus good business. ously alarmed at the awful increase innocence and consequent unconMr. W. J. Sparks is building a of .disease among the American cern. new storcrofim at Mullins Stasoldiers in the Philippines. C. F. W. Neely, W. H. Reeves tion. J. H. Beard and Co., are doand Estcs G. Rathbone were each f tave business near Cleveland's propos- sentenced to ten years' imprison- ing a splendid Mrs. Geo. Mullins, Horse Lick. ed reorganization plan, received a ment by the Audencia Court , of who was very badly burned about death blow from the pen of Col. W. Havana on convictiou of embezzling ago, is slightly imJ.Bryani aud Grover has gone Cuba postal funds. A heavy fine four months proved. The youngest daughter "way back and set down." is also carried with each sentence. of Mrs. W. G. Mullins is very ill WHATTa Howl there would have John Wanamaker spends one aud has been for some tiaie. A btremhad that proposition to coin hundred thousand dollars a year fine girl baby arrived Monday to advertising. The tobacco Trust, bless the home of Mr. and Mrs. an unlimited quantity of American which is managed by the best busiFilipino silver dollars come from a ness men of the world, spend three Willie Clark. Deputy U. S. Mar democrat. hundred thousand dollars a year.. shal Sam Morrow, accompanied by All the largest houses which are Deputy J. C. Mullins, passed Wk rise to ask 'if the military managed by the most successful through to London Monday. bodyguard provided for Teddy liy business men spend thousands ot BIRTHS. the bill that recently passed the dollars getting their name before the people and making popular Senate is to have a brass band at- their goods Born to the wife of Hugh Miller tachment? Then comes the country merchant, whose cash drawer rings so Tuesday night a fine baby boy Born to Mrs. R. II. Livesay a seldom that it awakens the dog beFrku Funston is said to have hind the stove, who gives chase to baby boy. ueeu nnich chagrined by his visit to the also frightened cat,and tells us Washington. He expected to be that advertising don't pay. He Houized, and found himself almost then fills up his pipe and takes his I seat on his favorite nail keg to talk honored. to Bill Sniithers, while hnrd times for Infants and Children. the. next President is to be a the little spider builds suspension The Kind You Have Always Bought Ir bridges from the shelves to the democrat, it will be necessary to silent cash drawer. Bears the nominate a uiau that U on speakMotto: Advertise if you wirb to Slgpaturo of nioke-ing terms with the whole party. success. al little business tcniporaries. all. But jHW crueHY B EveirV fK?"WflKU wantKhe sas tliejL ijjlHNy niHBH Jfbgerous pafjHfccon-for - vvtgyte NEWS ITEMS o o! Cecil Rhodes, one of the greatest meu of modern times, is dead. The total value of dairy products in the United States in 1899, accord$472,-369.25- 5. a ing to the census report, was - Adams' pens at Lancaster yesterday, most of them being sold. Ito. 3QM IlllKBT. I'rleo $. sTn.Ml RirtulKtmi ftf i.i.i. Ma n n nH r. wlthleaUiertu.irlrr ton. ' ; r,,W """ I"" Butcher stuff brought 3 60, heifers Writ 'to Ihlputeut from Coluinbas. r nrr iff - - i . . i v cows 3 to3 9 steers 4 to - - , n .jtj,'. Mules aud calves $25 to 30. DISPUTANTA. They temporarily ranged from $55 to $130, good i if Mcr-9- ' dm1pt& lHp-n1!'fi.cure constipation sfcfcwS' . J40-JSa7UB O horses sqld from $50 to $150, plug i. VarKtffe0 by agitating the We are having fine spring weath- horses went from 520 to $45. bowels, but regular action cannot bo secured until !h the live r intent nes (ijfl secretes ciioueu bile to mauc the er. Small crowd iu town and business ah sW execute their natural functions, Mr. Isaac Todd was on Clear dull. ural agitation, caused by cathartics, bM compels fi$dr continual and increasing doses to creek Saturday. attain the results. Adjoining Counties. J. A. Anglin went to Conway Friday on business. Lancaster is to have water works. ilm JjpS tts pp acts on the There was preaching at East Mr. E. O. Farris, of Madison liver: cures Chills Scaffold Cane 'Sunday. jjTWEsSP' and Fever, and every form of county, father of Senator George Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter Misses Nannie Anglin and Grade Farris, of Lancaster, is dead. Mr! LbH vKSV. Jf &&" mitting Fevers, and, by going to the scat of the Clark went to Bereanday. The Cumberland Valley Bank, trouble, works permanent cure. Mr. Lee Chestnus visited his un- located at Barbour ville, is soon to FIPTY CENTS PER DOTTLE. cle, Mason Anglin, last week. be converted into a National bank, ifTTrrn in is in "m1 Mr. Dargaule is erecting a dwell with a capitol stock of $25000. C. ing on Miss Grace Clark's farm. Gen. Leonard Wood continues to Messrs. Will and Robert Shearer ignore that executive order against left March the 20th for Illinois. officials trying to influence ConG. V. Owens has moved to his gressional legislation. new home on Clear creek, the 17th. Miss Parrie Lee Abney visited your correspondent Saturday and Sunday. R for a oil on lianicui anA other horM! saulnments. 1 Write fur our free lllutlr.Ucd cntidofua In nhlcb we ' descrltu the bucttli-rs- . eurro s. nlucton. otc. that have ( inaJe our factory fun ous (..rtin-l-r hlh erailo. Dcn'tS ilia wult until our ncvil Ij nioro and nave mo catalogue oy ) ou lor ruiurc dm. THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE L HARNESS CO., Columbus. 0.. P.O. Box 772. ' 4c, lrl tt-- -- .- i -- i ju.-.m.-j H S J iMa ' At Chas. Davis' Drugstore - Horse Shoe Brands 2, $1 per Be-re- a, Soft Harness You can mnlco your liar-no- s m roft us u n'ovo and ns touRh aanlru tiy High Grape Fertilizers. 4, i b- - ' BONE AND POTASH Oracle No. nona Oil. You tan lengthen Its llfo ninttoit last tnleo as long na It ordinarily would. ualng;uHKAIIai'. hundred CO.RN AND WHEAT Grower, $1 20 per hundied. Si Sv-- V - Notes with G per cent, and approved security, payable on or ueiore xscuemuer o, uu:s, win oe accepted, ooia uy i S7''F--r tvO&,.-9B- : 4 kV1 - amess tnakoaapoorlooklnt, harness llko new, lltulo of pure, heavy bodied oil, especially prepared to d th weather. with-atan- J. J. SJU1TH & J. F. WATSDN. Mgykjv r r, nrT'jfeP' .J; ' j . Brodlieadj Ky, .- Bold aTerywhcrO la cans all sizes. Mads bj STANDARD OIL CO. ASTHMA SUNT CURE FREE! RELIEF "J ASTHMALENE BRINGSinINSTANT And Permanent Cure All Cases. 51 FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL. x. in- - m W tONitta TTcrCi mmmt A really healthy woman has o pain or iliscouifort at tho monstiunl period. No woman needs to havo any. WJuo of Cardul will quickly roliovo tho&o smarting menstrual pains and tho dragging liead, back and hido nclics caused by falling of the womb and irregular menses. llt-tl- Ex-Pre- s. N31 UOJ uie a lull-siz- e, Q3WIVIJ3 HOTNEo'CARIBUII ha3 brought permanent relief to' 1,000,000 women who suffered every-month-. It makes tho mon- stru.il organs strong and healthy. It is tho provision mado by Na- j any sufferer who will wiite for it, even on a postal. Never mind, though you are despairing, however bad your case, ASTHMALENE will relieve and cure. The worse your case, the more glad we arc to send it. Do not delay. Write at once, addressine DR. TAFT BROS.' MEDICINE CO., 79 East 130th St., N. Y. City. JSOTSold sby all Druggists. bottle." KrE warn to send to every sufferer a trial treatment of ASTHMA- uL LENE, similar to the one that cured Mr. Wells. We'll send it by mail POSTPAID, ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE, to it cureu when all else f.uls. The Rkv. C. F. Wklls, of Villa Ridge, III., says: "Your trial hottle of Asthmalene received in good condition, i cannot tell you now thankful I feel foi the good derived from it. I was a slave, chained with putrid sore throat and asthma for ten years. 1 despaired ot ever being cured. I saw your adertisement for the cure of this dreadful and tormenting disepse, asthma, and thought you had overspoken yourselves, out resolved to give it a trial. To my astonishment, the trial acted like a charm. Send - pHERE x siain icnei, even in me worst, cases, is nothitiRlike Asthmalene. It brings CASTOR A to glo women relief from! tho tcrriblo aches and pains wliioh blight so many homes. G"Mwoop, La., Oct. ll, 1000. somo timo. WW t ,,?T.,beenwitn aBlck f0" pain in my sevcro b" Ti 7 tiS.?fil,ccH,,d Hf&fl01 ny relief until i w'i" "' .vlne uaraui. Bo. I lool nart ta,ko.n ?" ' n l ws relieved. my to that you have a wonUortuf mudfoluo. Mrs. M. A. Youot. tui -- GO TO - MCKENZIE j inti - MT. Dry Goods, Clothing, VERNON, for Everything in KY.- - ! S?,r.?!.,i,?,,,,n,,.,.ltratnr.aililress.(rl -- Ina symp. 4iw4v,Hovv;. WSS v.At,njogga,icnn. Boots and Shoes, ana Merchandise General BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRIGES F s H "tWS -- . .,2 fi--i ") ' ' Y ......... . W. M. Owens has his new storeMATRIMONIA-LRemember the old Fiddlers HOUK ik ADAMS. HOUK & ADAMS, house near Sparks'- - quarry 'comniglit. Brodhead tomorrow Mt. Vernon, Ky.J HEADQUARTERS Livingston, Ky. For Bargains. pleted arid moved into it last MonBarnktt Muluns. Marriage Rev. Hartsfield will preach at Mt. Vkrkon, Ky., Mar. 28. 1902, day. Brodhead Sunday morning at 11 licelise were issued Wednesday to -J James Maret went to Livingston o'clock. Jack Burnett arid Miss Minnie I Wednesday, to look after the exugwrna:c Risioned, Abe L. Shearer has Mullins. vyhich is being put in change, Penningtok-Gentr- y. At the resigned as constable in the 3rd. there. HAVE Everything usually handled by all first-clas- s home of the bride, Miss Rosa district. general merchants; any human body can be satisfied in W. M. Owcus is out again pushI Louuviut & n AtHviiLt n. n. CO Sand your spring suit to J, B. Gentry and Mr. T. J. Penniugton prices and quality. ing the sewing machine business, Middleton Tailor, Stanford, Ky., to were united in the holy bouds of TIME TABLE. although he has to carry his arm matrimony Wednesday, the Rev. be cleaned. in all tnG styles Notions, J tes. north a m inf sling. LAM 24 11.05 J. C. Carmicai officiating. They furnishings. iu the .... 1:12 am Mrs. Willis Adams was called to The L. & N. will build' a line will go to and will be sold at almost a6 north uting cloth, Oil cloth, 3:00 p in Grays Station Saturday on account from Jellico to La Fallette and en- house recently vacated by Mrs, 33 south cost. Cromer. The Signal extends its ter Knoxville over that route. nly too cheap. 1:48 n 111 of the serious illness of herdaught- 25 South most hearty congratulations and "ard- Livingston is soon to have some may happiness and prosperity join not to be Tas. Landrum, Agent, er, Miss Ida May ware and Qucenswarc, ..- -, Miss Sue McNeill, of Pittsburg, new additions, by th emigration of them is our sincere wish. Caltrcd at (hi M& Vravu, Kj., nobby and stylish and Miss Minnie Brown, of Jen- some people from the country. Saddles, Bridles. Harness, mall molttr LIVINGSTON inds of nings, La., were guests of Mrs. J. W, Parsons boughc the collars and hames. Jailer J. MASONIC A. Landriun Sunday. Walk Newcomb corner, near the we can't bo underj We" are constantly receiv Aalilancl Lode No. 640 meets Ith W. R Dillion was in Bichmond Miss Mamie Lee returned Mon- depot at public auction Monday 10 A m. for $706. Saturday. James Mounce, who sold. ing new arrivals of goods. pJrVT VERNON' It A. CHAPTER, No. day afternoon from a visit to relahas been sick for some time, is every FOURTH MONOAY Livingston will shortly erect a worse tives in Boyle county. Miss.Oshea And will supply you very t '1 ii. m. II goods guaranteed and city building containing a. council in Mt.today. Hon. Sam Ward was McFarland came with her. Vernon Monday. W. S. 11 prices reasonable. promptly; call aud learn and court room, uiacshalidjiuarters Cummins, who moved to Missouri CHURCHES. Mr. John Williams, son of Dr U. auu a lockup pot miss these prices & Sri Suudaj 0 Christian Holds services 1st st fall, is back here again, after V. Williams, of Frankfort, vrehn- Ktlls.ni. aiid at 6:30 p. in. aily opportunities. we understand that Meshac taking m all the Western States and Presbyterian Holds services on th 2nd seuting the Mutual Benefit idle Gentry will build on a lot joining He coSnes back singing, "There is II people should and 4th rinnduy, morning and tvcninj,'. Insurance Co., spent severapdays Mr. no placevlike Home." . Hayj'SjAgcnts for Best He will vail themselves of. Soloman Riddle, work will be locate iu Stanford, Baptist Chureh Services on the Second in our town this week. Brand Fertilizers; also begun right away. Saturday night en's suits to suit and Sunday. Suadtry Sheriff H.X. Tate and Deputy R. Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Myers will all kinds farm tools. 3ehaol at 9 t m every .Sunday. Prayer an or boy here, last L. McFerrotK were meeting on Tuesday nights. Mr. J. Fish moved his family leave Monday for Napoleon, Gal week. Col. EB. Smith, of Richo come and Goods delivered in any part latin county, to spend 'u few days over from Wildie Wcduesday, and mond, was here Sunday. Come elect and get bargains. of town promptly. will commence opening up again Ed and stay longer, we know with homefolks, and Wend the PERSONALS illlI'M1 iHimHHIFJ"' "TBI you like Livingston better any- "'"' marriage of Dr. Myers' brother. his new stock of goods. mm how. Vince Farris and sister, of Anything Do E Fletcher has pneumonia. East Btrustadt A'ere the guests of you should need in our line, are "well worth your notice, Mr. J. Fish has had a LOCALS G. C. Davis has gone to breakaddition br.ilt to his residence in the Miss Ltda Cook Suuday. John ing. ' , Phillips, Arthur and Lee Johnson and should arrest your attention; if you aro looking for Bar-Cain- s. Signal and Twictf Northern part of town. The work were clown irom East Bernstadt Gen. Dan Collier was here TuesBririor us vour country produce and ccfc j the hiche&t . .. w Week Courier-Journone year for as done by P. L. Nash and J. H. Sjgtndayl Hard Mahaffy. of 4 day. $i 50. . Coffe was with friends "here the market price. Miss Lucy Brock returned home first of the week. Harvey Sigtuan, "JBfiyBe sure and come Saturday Phono 75, 3 rings Tuesday. HOU K & Next Week. W. M. Poynter of Conway, was here Sunday. Hon and see my nice line of new belts, Big br will commence the fou.udfion for R. C. Warren, of Stanford, was E. 11. Brown has been changed to and the latest things in neck-weathe mine run. his new store house next week, here last week, looking up his MMLij.ua.ttiujw.ai;MaEg3asMSS3355sga iu fact everything in the way of which he will erect on the corner friends of olden times. Miss Ellen Butner went to Liv- ladies furnishings. C. T. Durham, one of Boyfe Mrs. Sallie Williams. ingston Tuesday. lot just opposite his residence. counties' agriculturists, is with his 'm&r u Supt. G. M. Ballard was in For Sale. Two 5room cotWithdrawn. The divorce suit daughter, Mrs. W. W. Wright. (successor to Thro Wesley Monday. . tages, just built, pays 20 per cent, of Mrs. Casper against her husband, Albert Cummins, of Oswego, Tenu., John Jones is in Jackson couuty on investment. Chedp for cash. Will Casper, has been withdrawn; is visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary ' taking up staves. a reconciliation of differences ; Cummins. George Prestou has J. F. COOPER, ' brought about and they are now moved here from Jellico, Teun. E. Miss Bessie Houk is visiting Livingston, JCy. living together at Lexington, Va. S, Albright,' of Mft Vernon, was in Maretburg.. our city Saturday eveniug. Prof. For Sale. I have for sale, 1 Attorney J. W. Brown was in Elizabeth de Charley Chandler was with friends bay horse, 1 14TH. ALSOHa '.el Patch Wednesday. here Tuesday night. W. D. Grifbull good stock, also 2 stacks Barrie Gill, Singer and Imperson- fin and Pete Hampton were in Mt. ator, will give an entertainment at Prof. Ewers is able to walk out. timothy . hay. While there a short distance each day. the College chapel, Monday even- Vernon Saturday. . r W. G. HI ATT. they bought the property of Geo. S. ing, April 14. Don't miss this op Wade Livesay split his thumb mar2i3t portunity of hearing one of the Griffin, near the J. C. Hocker & open with an ax Wednesday. EASTIJR OPENING. most versatile entertainers on the Co. drugstore and will put another Mr. and Mrs. Dock Slucky were MILLINERY. concert stage. Tickets will be on story on it so they cm accommoup fronvLiviugstou yesterday. G. C. Davis' drugstore in a date the boys that take lunch with sale at March 29TH. few days. Admission 35 and 25Cts. them. J. A. Preston "and Henry Dr. W. J. Childress and J. C. Delph exchanged property, Mr. A Hue of beautiful Pattern Hats, Rtnehcart were here yesterday. Gilmore." Our former county-ma- Preston preferring a farm and Mr. Ready-to-WeHats, and the lat Miss Maggie Walters is again Paints and Oils, Will J. Gilmore, has embark- Delph preferring city life. est novelties 111 Neck-Wea- r for ed in the grocery business in Danwith her sister, Mrs. G. S. Griffin. J ' carefully Compounded'at all Dead Mr. H. W. Rice, age Capt. W. R. Dillion, J. A.Oliver ladies and gents. Everybody cor- ville, he and James H. Gentry, 66. one of the best and most high- hours, day or night. dially invited. No cards. formerly in the grocery business in ly respected citizens of our town, and w. T. brooks were here 1 that place, having fofmed a part- died Monday morning, after an Mrs. Salue Williams. OF VERNON nership and bought the business of illness of only a few weeks, .of a Mrs. Dr. Cooper spent Friday Kinnaird &. McGoodwin. Somer- complication of diseases. Mr. Rice WANTED! night and Saturday with' friends ' Reliable man for Manager of a set and Pulaski county desire to moved from Ohio to Lincoln counhere. congratulate Danville on having ty about 20 years ago and then Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pugh, of Branch Office we wish to open in vVill Gilmore added to its grocers, came to Rochcastle about 12 years OPENED 1900. Pittsburg, came down Friday to see this vicinity. Here is a good open- for we know him to be among the later. For some time he 'was asProf. Ewers. ing for the right man. Kiudly.give squarest, aud iu every way the best sociated with his sons, Charley and of business men, and always a jolly Emerson, and Mr. W. M. Fields, CAPITAL STOCK, Miss 'Maggie Myers returned good reference when writing. 15000 good fellowi aud we are glad to see iil the lumber business, after which from a visit to friends and relatives A. T. Morris 'The him in business with such as James he went to Livingston and began ' at Livingston. C C. WILLIAMS, Pres. JAS. T. ADAMS, Vice-PreWholesale House, Gentry. Somerset Republican. running a boarding house, and W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier, Judge W. P. Raines and J. E. A. B. EURNISH, Asst. Cash. Cincinnati, Ohio. which. he was doiug at the time of Singleton were up from LivingsRegistered pharmacists and all his death. He Illustrated catalogue 4cts. stamps. wis a devout memDIRECTORS. Jonas McKenzie, Geo. Livesay, A. T. Fish, other dealers in drugs should cut ber of the Methodist Church, and ton Wednesday. Fiitz Krueger, Rod Perry, Vincent Boreing, J. E. Houk. Charlie Henderson got two of OLD FIDDLER'S CONTEST AT out this provision of the Pharmacy a straightforward, honest Christian Bill and preserve it. The law be- gentleman. We solicit accounts of firms and individuals. Carelttl atten his fingers slightly mashed up, He leaves a wife and BRODHEAD TOMORROW came effectiveThursday: two sons, Charley and Emersou, tion is given collections entrusted to' us. while making a coupling. NIGHT. "Cocaine or its salts shall be sold who have the deepest sympathy of Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town. William Thomason cut his thumb at retail or dispensed only upon the all iu the loss of this devoted husalmost off, just a small piece of Prizes amounting to 15. Con- written prescription of a legally band and father. The remains the skin underneath holding it. testants are as follows: Jesse Tros-pe- r qualified physician or dentist and were taken to Stanford Tuesday Mrs. Sam Hooker, who use to be and Rob Storms, London; Alec such prescription shall not be re- and with Masonic houors, were filled. Each prescription containMiss Nan Kennedy, left Stanford Martin, Rowland; B. P. Martin and ing cocaine or its salts, filled by a laid to rest iu the Buffalo Cemetery. Sunday, for Oklahoma where she W. R. Ward, of Lancaster, is will join her husband, who went Sam Bishop, Turuersville; A Daw- registered pharmacist shall have with his brother, Sam Ward, here ; there some several weeks ago to son, Mt. Xenia; Joe Lunsford, written upon its face the name of this week. John Worman was arthe patient, the datefilled and the rested in Lexington and brought to V& Fountain Tyree, H G. Howard, I. look out a location. ti prescription file of each registered charged use to live S. Burdett, Burdett Chestnut, Lar-ki- u pharmacist shall be open to inspec1 Mt. Vernon Saturday, William Kleine, who aud Roberc Hicks. The Mt. tion of members of State Board of with appropriating a full outfit of at Langford, when his father had o charge of the stone quarries at that Vernon Band will also be present Pharmacy. Cocaine shall be sold at clothing, belonpiug to engineer place( was here Wednesday with a aud furnish some nice music from wholesale only to registered pharma- Sturgis. Mrs. McHarguc, of Pine line of hats, for the Portsmouth qualified Hill, was the guest of her brother, 6 to 7 o'clock, then the old fiddlers' cists, aud to legally Dr. Childress, Sunday. Miss Bulah Hat Co. of Portsmouth, Ohio. will hold forth. Everybody in- physicians and pharmacists.'' Viars atfd Miss Matilda Cook, of Bluford Cummins, who has been Scaffold Cane, are the guests of TYREE & ALBRIGHT. , Notice! Twin Baby Show! Kept in Stock. Orders by Mail, Telegraph' or Telephone seriotisly ill at the home of his vited, Mrs. Brack Graves.. Miss Ellen daughter, Mrs. Mullins, of near Promptly filled. Hog Law. We understand that Premium, to the best looking E. Butner, of Mt. Vernon, is here Livingston, came up this far yester- at the last meeting of the Board of twin babies under 18 months, sub- writing life and accident insurance. day on the train and was carried Trustees, a hog law was yassed. Uncle Frank Delph, one of the scription to luterior Journal, and home on a stretcher. He is in a It is time sonietliing is beh(g done Mt. oldest meu in our town, joined the Vernon Signal one year. The very bad condition. along thif. line, for the hdgs, dogs Lincoln Democrat aud Mt.. Vernon church and was baptized Wednesday Dan. Collier, of Lancaster, a E.- T. Fish, manager of the cattle and one thing ana another Signal for one year, to the next was at the River Mansion Tuesday Telephone Excbnnge, and the about have the riglit ofway block- best looking twin babies. night. Drs. Sams and Lucas have and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. principal owner of the Hue from ed, aud are grouncsqr many Only Lincoln, Rockcastle and rented the offices prepared by Mt. Vernon, Ky. r Berea to Richmond, was here Monremarks froui visitors, who Casy Counties, will be allowed to Houk & Adams, and are installed there ready for work. Rev. Combs day perfecting arrangements, for are surprised that sticu a condition show. is having a successful meeting, 10 connections through our local( ex- of affairs would bealloweU to exist. We believe Mr. John Blanken-shi- p being baptized Sunday and several :: change, to different points in Ken- Brodhead and yLivinefeton each of Livingston will enter the hince. Full report next week. D tucky. have a good co oration and yet contest with his twins, also Mr. Bryant takes Capt. Davis' place Dr. D. McDonald, Syuodical Mt. Vernon tle county seat has John Rauey of Stanford, Joe Wat- here on the mine run, while Mr. Davis has the mumps. G. E. Superintendent of the Presbyterian virtually nonenor never did have ers will also no doubt enter. Paynter, of Brodhead was visiting schools and churches of Kentucky, any that was worth the sujp of Show to take place first day in his daughter, Mrs. Emerson Rice, FINE HEARSE Attached. Can-havcame Monday to look after some your finger. Personal interestand May, 1902, Stanford Ky. A new Sunday. Judge Lewis, John W., iurnish Metalic. Caskets and matters connected with the Institute not a public improvement is too straw hat will be given to the "Pap" Brown and others were here from Embalming done on short notice. here. Come aud see me, anything I have not got can get for you on first .' delivered a very fine much considered, aud that spirit of of twins who ,whi first prize, and a Mt. Vernon Tuesday. Mrs. Sue Mullins has bought the properly of discourse at the Presbyterian rule or ruin predominates among pair of suspenders to the 'Pop" of Mart train that leave the city. Hix, opposite the depot aud too many. church Moudav nigftt.x twins wining second prize. will erect a'foursiorv hotel at oncev ORDERShy-wirPromptly Filled, con-tcst-at Mt. Vernon Signal - .W'( aw . Hf-- tfTV g Miiii1'iniimrMii .. 'mill . Jb .- -, A-- JL- - iiiJ5Ti ' HOUK & ADAMS, PS house-keepin- g Hosiery, GROCERIES, nder-estimate- d, l'oit-effi- Mo;i-rfa- & HO.-MK- ETB COAL, CORN ;. V M 'j- to-da- y "1 1 two-roo- What You Want to Buy? ....- - . al ; May-woo- d, r, Liv-.higst- on CHAS. ...' : icin The Place to Obtain -- . rela-tives-- at - April Fresti Bs' . Patent Medicines of all Kinds,-Perfumery, Stationery, Toilet Articles, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, n, ar PRESCRIPTIONS THE ues-da- y. ML MM MT. tfeR'NON, KY. -- tfl . , s. -- DANNIE OWENSUNDERTAKER- tj TOlSlllill Coffins, Caskets, Robes Etc. BRODHEAD, KENTUCKY- - Be-re- WILLI Practical Undertker FFIN nt .V 1 . . Stock Complete e 1. le e fcjJwf Vtti nikiMdJfmt MimmmtiKmwwtt EX-G- nf Tn'1 -i1" "!" - ,k " "--- " - VMljULriV'r4 Miller House, I W. J. RIDER, Prop'r. ; Headquarters for Comrmercial Men. at all train's. ffi r . fiSTPorter The Veranda Hotel. JOSEPH COFFEY, PROPR., ,,;.,,- There is nmhiiig in the Isthmian CHILDREN'S COUGHS .AND COLDS Canal line in (lie Senate, thanks o Mrs. Joe'McGratlr, 327E. istSt., the power ol Mark Houna,- but there tnoy he something doing at Hutchinson, Kan., writes; "I have given Ballard's Horehound Syrup the polls a little later. to my children for coughs and colds for the past four years, and find it ggyju-rf' the best medicine I ever used.'' Unlike rooiy cough syrups, it contains no opium, but will soothe and liQai ary disease of the throat or Ssxbkkk. xrttjj linrl n mncf clnlihnrn rnilfll ' lungs quicker than any other for many ye:.rs. It deprived me 25c. 50c and $1.00 at Chas. of sleep nritt I grew very thin. 1 then tried Aycrs Cherry Pectoral, C. Davis. m BRADLEY ON KEN- TUCKY'S GREAT MEN. NMAKI.Y all thegrent men cuine from Garrard County. It is a stiiall couuty, but has :i wonderful c.GUQi T retn-(ed- y. Stafford, Ky., and wiiG quickly cured." R. N. Mann, Fall Mills, Tenn. record. The three m0.1l learned Chief Justices of the Kentucky Court.of AppeaN lived there. It has produced four Governors, five foreign Ministers, seven Congressmen, two Circuit Judges, three Commonwealth Attorneys, two of the most successful and distinguished surgeons now living, two of the most learned and noted divines, n flrmnr.il nnrl Hriirnrlipr Opii erul of lhe cjvil War,.iind a host of the able.'t lawyers nnd most gifted orators in the country. Besides, the ladies of Garrard County by subscription suit Rev. Dr. Burcharcl, of ' Rum, Romanism and Rebenj0I)M ramC( lo college, a,,d asl but not least, Garrard County is the birtnpiace ot Mrs. Mai-i- r ' Specially equipped for traveling meu, Sample room on first floor. Bath rooms free to guests. Ratks. $2.00 per day. -- Sixty years of cures and such testimony as the above have taught us what Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will do. Wonder if Hanna's feeding the Washington correspondents was an effort to lessen criticism of the Ship Subsidy job, when Speaker Hender- son's home interests permit it to be taken up by the House? The Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, and vrliicli lias been in uso for over 80 ycar3, lias lorno U10 slgnatnro of and has been mado under Ills pcr- J?yj&fy-f--- sonal cupcrvlsion since its Infancy. t&ryyt cUcU44 Allow no ono to dccclvo you In tbfs. nro but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho heaJth of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. y Just-ns-goo- d" i Hotel Frith COLLIER, Propr. Located at the DepotggcW R. L. est cough remedy ever We know it's the great- 30 SWEET AND PLEASING IN I TSTE! made. And you will say so, too, after you try it. There's cure in every drop. Three sites : ZJc, JOc, $1. All BRODHEAD, KY. dranUt. "V, GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED Meet all Trains, Day and Night. Traveling Men and Railroad s men Solicited J Will furnish Lunches for all trains, nonialt your doctor. If ha says tVe It. then do at h sirs. It ho tells 70a not to take It, then don't take It. He know. Ijiqv. It with him. Wn &ra nllltnff. J. V. At Ell CO.. Lowell. V Francisco & Tyree. WORKS; IMMlMJiky to writo for our confidential letter before applying for patent; It mar be worth money, wo promptly obtain U. S. and Foreign and on five ho beat legal sorvlco and advico, and our charges are moderate. Try us. Mrs. C. Peterson, 625 Lake St., Topeka, Kan., speakingof Ballard's Horehound Syrup, says: "It has never failed to give entire satisfac- remedies, it i tton, and of all cough ; is my favorite, and I must confess fto my many friends that it will do, aud has done, what is claimed for it to speedily cure a cough or a . cold; aud it is so sweet and so oleas iug in taste." 25c. 50c and $1.00 ' bottle at Chas. C. Davis, 1 I s m MONUMENTAL Brodbend, Ky, Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones. tfORKFIRST-CLASS,-- - TRADE MARKS or rcttirn EN TIRE attorney's feo. anSend model, sketch how and we aond IMMEDIATE report patentablltt: wo PATENTS Patent lawyers. Repairing Neatly ttcver thought of such a SATISJBHk.GIVEN.- SWIFT & CO., Opp. U.S. Patent Offtce,VashIngton, D.C. r day in each month. Covnty Court. COURT CALENDAR. Fourth Mon Fiist Mon 9fiJsssssssssLssssLssssv2F rs New Fast n?t -- Train day in January, April, July and " ' October. Circuit Court. Second Monday in February, Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember. Quarterly Court. Mt Vernon Police Court; Third Mouday in each month. TO- 1 .COLORADO UTAH fg PACIFIC COAST ' K O. T. M. Mon- WIVerjiojiTejitillo. 21 9.00 a. 111. daily the evening train day in each month, 7:30 p. m. to same points, 10.10 p.m. daily TAS. E. HOUK, Com. Through sleeping car service beJ. J. PING, Rkc. Keep. tween St. Louis, San Francisco and Northwestern points. Only line that does a twice daily. Excursion tickets now on sale. For further information, address R. T. G. Matthews T. P. (V. F. B. LONDON KY. Louisville Ky. for ComH. C. TOWNSEND, Gen't Pass'r mercial men. Good Sample Room andTkt. Agt., St. Louis. and convenient to Depot. Rates - - - - $2 00 per day. MT. VERNON, KY., V'I effect Sunday, May 19th. train will leave St. Louis The new MEETS every ist. and 3rd. RILEY HOUSE, RILEY, Prop. sign for a medicine did you ? Well, it's a good sign fo' Scott's Emulsion. The bod has to be repaired like othci things and Scott's Emulsion is the medicine that does it. These poor bodies wear out from worry, from from disease. They get thin and weak. Some of the new ones are not well made and all of the old ones are racked from long usage. Scott's Emulsion fixes all kinds. It docs the work both inside and out. It makes soft bones hard, thin blood red, weak lungs strong, hollow pjaccs full. Only the best materials are used in the patching and the patches don't show through the hew glow of health. No one has to wait his turn. You can do it ycurcclf you and the bottle. over-wor- k, Insurance of all i LOUISVILLE, UiL r10 Call at the Riccnal KlUUb ofiice yu Vernon. M. L. MYERS, Thh pluitrj rjf.K.cttta i .f ou' KmuUion nr.il it o the wrapper cf every liot'.Ie. the Trads-jrsrf1 Carrie Nation. Among the county's many celebrities was James Mason, known to traveling men everywhere as old "Bully" Mason. The old gentleman at times got in his cups, and 011 such occasions said many witty ALWAYS GENUINE things. In 1873 the cholera visited the county seat, and many persons Bears the. Signature of fell victims of the plague. At the time of its appearance a Baptist association was being held. In the midst of the devotional exercises some one rushed into the church and proclaimed the fact that the cholera had broken out and a man had died but a few minutes before within less than 100 yards of the building. The most intense exciteYears. in Use For Over ment ensued, which in a few TH( eCNTKUN COMPANY, TT MUHHAV TRCCT. MIWVOBK OITV. moments developed into a panic. The church was quickly emptied, the windows and doors being freely used, and the ministers with more i.itifirMH"iTiM"tiil"i"t''i',W"J"Wi,5 haste than dignity shook the dust tc liit-- h K"N: lri' ;tM Mi t"M' ;.tr of the place from their feet. , t Some one informed Mason about the occurrence, whereupon he said: f "Well, I was down there yesterday and heard them singing: 'I want to be an angel and with the angels stand.' I had my doubts at the time as to whether they meant it, and now I know it was all a pretense, for the moment the Lord sends the cholera among them, WHY thereby giving them a quick and . You should taba m certain opportunity to become Course at th & J angels, instead of allowing thtm- opportunity of flying to selves the heaven every mother's son of them I flies from the town." Masou A short while before this LOUISVILLE, KY. was telling a crowd of gentlemen 1. It is (he leading; Commercial School in Kentucky. now ncnau on me previous uigui 2. Its courses of stud are thorough and systematic. denounced a dangerous character contract, backed by a special deposit 3. A writtenour graduates in positions paying not of $t,noo.o Is pWn le than and refused to allcv his horse tent to place er month immediately upon graduation. to the stable because he owed him . We pay student' railroad fare to Louisville. a bill. One of his friends warned him that such a coutse with such a f 5. We refund, upon graduation, eTcry cent of tuition paid t s il the T pupil is not thoroughly satisfied. J man was dangerous. T j& Write for Elegant Catalogue and Special Discounts) SP jf "No it's not a bit dangerous" he replied. Don't old 'Billy' Shakespeare say: "Thrice is he armed who hath his quarrel just, Aud he, but but but ' "D n the rest of it, it has no application to the subject auyhow." Mason enjoyed the distinction of having been the only candidate tor the Legislature in that county who ever made the campaign in the county on foot at a total expense of Bradley in Sun 34 cents. day's Enquirer. Castoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops aud Soothing1 Syrups. It 13 Pleasant. Ifc contain:! neither Opium, Morphino nor other Narcotio substance. Its n;jo is its guarantee-- It destroys Worms and allays Fovcrlshncsa. It cures Diarrhoea aud Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It asslmPatcs tho Food, regulates the Stonmch and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sloop. Tho Childrou's Panacea Tho Mother's FrKnd. . What is CASTORIA iTORIA The KM You Have Always Bought 30 . !' REASONS Massey Business College j Ex-Go- v. Dentist, Mt. Vernon, Ky. First-Clas- s fcr free sampl: SCOTT & r.owxi:, Votk. 409 l'csil Si,. 50c. and $1. all druggists. Send rer Gen. Miles seems to have killed the army reorganization bill that was prepared by Corbin aud endorsed by Root. A Free Pictare of GeiLLee HENDERSON & OFFICE ST. LOUIS R'Y JK Work. In the Krueger new brick. 38. Any veteran, who contemplates attending the Reunion at Dallas, April 22nd to 25th, will receive a handsome picture of General Robert E. Lee, and a copy of his farewell address (suitable for framing), if he will send us his name and address, and the name and address of the Camp to which he belongs. Your beat ronto to IalU will be vlaJJemphlt The Cotton Jlolt oponues Ha or.'ii train (two euob dar ) from Momphls to Dallas ami other Tcxs cities without chance. Tbr u iralm loave Mem till, moruluc and oTonlDK.aticrthonrnval of trains via all llnea, thus olTcrlnj; yon cloio conr.oci.Ions and cxcd'ont-serrlof. Attention, Good Dressers Wc Have ! Phone No. . P. A. Pennington, D. D. S.; M. D . a Good Thing and Want Everybody to Know it. ' iavo scoured the exclusive t. WTATT, E.V. TrneBtj Pissttjtt tent, OodniHll. ttlo. U tUUHF, CetfH ftumjcr mil Tlcrtt Actti, St. Ink. Hi. DENTST, XMv 1$ wo for tL right N-- W Cor. Third aud Chestnut Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. vicinity to take orders for tho famous tailoring of I22MjffiBra. STRAUSS BROS.', Chicago. We v Will be at Miller House, Mt ernou during all Circuit Courts. are now displaying thoir no wost samples of W o o'l o n 8 and urge Fine T ELL 'tm THE TELEPHONE WILL RANSMIT S. C. FRANKLIN. 0 WATCHMAKER, Mt. Vernon, Ky. DO all kinds repairing, gold and silver soldering ne"atly don-- : rins Cor cut fit. Eyes tested and glu.!.;. London, fitted. e, -- Messages Vernon to Wil- liamsburg.Bar-bourvill- C. C. MT. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- Williams, , everyone interested in good clothes to call and inspect them. Wo show NEARLY KY. On 2nd. floor of The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church given streets Special attention to collections. VERNON. MULL1NS HOTEL Mrs. Sue Mulllns, Prop's. HOUBLE DAILY TRAINS HHTWBBN LIvTnGSTON, by far tho largest lino in the country, consisting of many exclusive effects in worsteds, cassimeres, Scotches, clays, serges, etc. STRAUSS BROS, make tho kind of clothes you like to wear, accurately tailored, perfect fitting, distinctly abovo the ordinary, yet prices arc no higher than you have paid for inferior goods. They guarantee absolute satisfaction E 5 0 0 PATTERNS, Patch, Hazel Livingston, Pine Hill, Brush VVildie, Creek, Langford, Brodhead.Wnbd, Level Green, Han ford. Crab Orchard, Stanford, Lancaster and all central Kentucky points at loiy rates, : UsMMsiBRl bin, 5sBC?. -- HKwsSXt'i' aSiiEwESic.1 11 I ifrWiS.: i"kjwI1 .. .. ;i. - KY. and with it goes our unqualified endorsement. came. LossisvOEe ami ! losais Rates $1.00 I - - Per Day. We shall b glad to have you call and you will be glad you Parlar Cars 01 D;y Trains. Pullman Buffet Sleepers on Night Trains. rujclrm ForrtKuM further lufonu-iltou- , , L. J. IRWIN, g. p. a Louisville, Ky. Pleasant location; every convenience and comfort. Hack meets all train's i Patrouoge of Railroad and Com""' mercial men solicited. , , COX BROS, ( Mt Vernon, H: "TfBep-INSTJRANC- the Signal and got all Cad at my shop, at Chat. C the news, all the time, from all Davis' drugstore, and heve 30m over county and State. work neatly done, at reasonable Safe, reliable prices. and prompt in adjusting losses. E. " E. S. Alp.richt, Signal office. , i fur sale'at'this oiiice, 25 cts per hundred.' .'. . OIH r,'viijers t. ., v. 1' i J i H