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T Published Every 1 Friday = OldUltetn ign I J VOLUMH XIX MT VERKON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10 1905 NUMBER 6 m m = WE= tfI it3 11 R 1 1cttrm 1 B r i J JHt J W Uai j t And Sell It For Less 7 r0atBud Goods thats wlT j B = Er t lHu cnituretirh0ta i Mattingg and nuggets c Felt Boots Meiis and Ladies Rubbers Shoes reverv Kind and Size for Everybody Mens Youths and Childrens Hats Best Line of Overcoats in Kockeastle mien Youths and Childrens Suits Groeeries20 pounds Granulated One Dollar Dry Goods Notions sad Furnishingj Ladle Misses Jackets Cloaks soul Wraps Ladies Fascinators Hid ITndenvear 17LJII rdt ale and Que nswaro Blank Boos Stoneware and Stationery = nAnGIXSG tnn1HHiP1Hnli f i Ilfltstlliiltsltlill liTUclllil ttifltillll Stylish Di es Soli COMFORT whl aw Li Fi rJ ihCecbratsacornbimPit estShoesYou Ever Saw UthatWe have our winter stock on the shelves all the different leathers styles and widths- you want to pet the worth of your money and opportuntv linemoreis our complete line of DOUGLAS SHOES A Days Doings in Kentucky IREIGN OF TERROR Middlesboro Militia in the Mountains After a Lawless Gang Middlesboro Ky Nov 6A reign of terror in this vicinity threatens to rival in violence the bloody feuds o Breathitt county The Mlrtdlesboro militia company spent Sunday afternoon in the mountains after a lawles- gang said to be headed by Frank Ball wanted for the murder of John Bolen a barber Ball is reported to have with him a cf at Icwa 40 me who intend to resist his arrest to th last Four miles from Middlesboro the soldiers attacked a blind tiger and riddled it with steel bullets although they succeeded in capturing nine of the men Returning to town a roll call of the company snowed the ab since of three men whoa whereabouts s sro not knovyn Sunday nigit the town was comparatively quiet but all telegraph wires have been cut GovI Deckham has bvea asked to seed more soldiers and another company is ex pected as thf local militia nun are worn out by constant duty for the past three days The MiddlesLoro pany is in charge of r t comI Alhrecht a cading citizen who September last was editor of the Mid dlesboro News Secrecy is preserved by both citizens and soldiers and it reported that a telegraph operator ha been warned not to send out news the disturbances to any newspapers AN UNHAPPY MISTAKE Postmaster Mistook His Guest For a Burglar and Killed Him Central City Ky Nov 6A deplorable tragedy occurred at a very earl hour when Postmaster Tom Sweeney- cf Horeb in Muhlenberg county mis taKing Tom Middleton for a burglar fired the shot that killed Middleton stantly Middleton and Sweeney ha always been the best of friends an he was a guest at the home of the postmaster He got up early to go into the yard and was returning to loom whoa Sweeney suddenly aura cued from his sleep opened fire on his guest and killed him Sweeney is in consolable with grief Middlcton was a single man and about years old NEVI PAPER MILL I It Will Be Located at Paducah By a St Louis Syndicate- Paducah Ky Nov Pailircah to aJ aarcw pa par mill It willbe located here in a tow weeks by a St Louis syndicate C A Dawes of St Icrcts representing ths syndicate was here and arrange for cords of wood a day with a local mill He was onhH to Ulverton Ala to locate the mill but ofer conferring with cal r business men decided ths was the better point Sawmill Destroyed By Fire Paducah Ky Nov GIire destroy ed the sawmill of the Laagstafform Manufacturing Co Loss 20000 fiily covered by insurance The origin of the fire is unknown Owing to the dls astsous fires that have occurred here recently it is believed that they were all of incendiary origin Blew His Brains Out Ford Ky Nov 6Across the river on the Madison county side Dave Goodpaster white of Beckersville Ky and Zack CheaauU colored of Madison county engaged in a pistol due over some trivial maitcr Good paster blew Cheuauit s brains out kill ing him instantly Charged With Shorting a Neighbor Sergent Ky Nov 6James Potter lepublican nominee for magistrate in the Booles FOi p lcc is arrest eil thoro charged with shooting Ro crt Johnson a neighbor in a quarrel over the election Johnson Is not mar tally injured Aaged River Man Dead Newport Ky Nov GT S McGin niss 87 one of the ollcst river me of this vicinity and a resident of New post since 1S52 died at his residence Ins grandfather came to Kentucky from Virginia with Eoone and other pie iecrs FatalCovington Nillia fromiwagon when t dfd with a streetcar Died at the Age of 92 Years Covington Ky Nov GIrsCara Ostendorf 92 mother of Jo M Ostendorf 29 Boone block died her home in Oak Ridge Penilet county Ky She was well known thiscity where she had many friend- Took Cash and Clothing Grayson Ky Nov 6The post fice and store of James Oliver at Ev ennan five miles north of Grayson was robbed but only of post offi money was secured The burgla took a quantity of clothing and shoes YearIorgafpU nation of land owners in Ohio Kentucky and West Virginia Eno as the Farmers Union is secubi pledges from farmers not to grow a tobacco next year Aged Tailor Dies Suddenly Newport Ky Nov 6Adam Han Jr 69 engaged in the tailoring business died suddenly at his home had just returned from church ivi hc was seized With a choking spell and dead later THE CHILD FELL Sliver of Wood Entered Mouth Peretrated To the Brain r Covington Ky Nov 7Ralph antthe twoyearold son of filbert Llpp No 912 BankHck street met with accident that will likely prove The chJd carrying a nall sliver of roomfentering his mouth and striking the Thestension of the mother who was in an adjoining rccni h3a she reached her babes side sho bind hIId a theam little one and sent for a physician The child was in a critical condition late Monday night iAWARD DAMAGES Mrs Pink Head Gets 15000 For the Death of Her Husband Paducah Ky Nov 7Two years hisIplace moved here recently and tits Pink Heal came here and sued him for 20000 dam ages for being responsible for her hus hsfher tier husband Monday a jury gave 15000 Hodge was never prosecuted for the alcged offense THE BALL BROTHERS No Immediate Developments in Their Case Expected cityyMonday night and no immediate de velopments in the case of the Ban brothers are expected The return of eFtectualydwere wounded Whether any of the Ball partisans were wounded is not theirktime being into the mountains of Vir riots and Tennessee Used To Start Fire MontcelUi Ky Nov 7t Oil ley this county Mrs Arthur Masseii glll undertook tu start the breakfast fire by pouring crude oil into th3 stove An exposou followed burning her so that she died Jn a few hours Her bus band aud slsiofrlntlaxy wore probably faally nurno1 Deputy Sheriff Scott Dies Nlclinnsrllle Ky Nov 7 J G Scott deiHity shciiff pnd democratic nominee for sheriff for the ensuing tern suddenly after several days illness His place 01 the ticket wili be taken by his deputy R Z Moss who will run in the interest of Mrs Scott Missed Train and Loses Vote Lexington Ky Nov 7Belng fore ed to spend Sunday in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky and thereby lost his vote in New York was the predica mont in which E E Smathers the noted eastern turfman and oil man found himself He missed his train New Kentucky Postmasters Washington Nov Fourthcass postmasters were appointed as fol lows Kentucky Hackley Garrard county Willis Jones Shively Jet Tenon county Pauline Brown Urban Clay county Ollie Hayre Wallace town Madison county Jasper N Ogg Petition in Bankruptcy Gainesville Ky Now 7I N Hunt Son filed a petition in bankruptcyIat lyouisville Liabilities Thee four members of the firm petitionsbtheir combined liabilities being 16311 and available assets f3700 Death of Cot J Smith Hurt Mt Sterling Ky Nov 7Col J Smith Hurt died here after a brief ill nness He was 80 years old and wide ly known over the state Col Hurt was the organizer of the 24th Ken tucky regiment during the civil war and a Mexican soldier Shot in Self Dafense 7Williammshootingoand t mntssed by Magistrate Graves it beingIthat the shooting was selfdefense Post Office Clerk ArrestedIOwensboro Ky Nov 7Henry theharrested on fromIn1000sBeckham Goes Home To VoteJ Beckoham left for his home at Bardstown to vote in the election All the other state officers and clerks are absent on rsthe some mission and the statehouse is practically deserted Police Chief Kills ManJRichmond Ky Nov VAn od feud of long standing terminated when George Alcorne was instantly killed ofnandnA post office has been established jwithWaster Iactng the motherinlaw T Established W 63 a3toc3toe8 These Are Prices That f iInterest YouI LlYl Nolrfos roJMens and Boys Caps 10 to 50 i cents Mens and Boys Hats 15c to 2 each Mens Suits 2 50 to i i Mens Overcoats 44 to 5t long 45o toItBoys Suits coat vest and pants 2 to 6 per suit gBoys Overcoats 9 to 19 years sold gcod quality 275 to 4 each Bos Knee Pants Suits size 4 to 16 500 to 2 per suit Childrens Shoes from 50C pair up XYXJ 45CLadies medilum 1001pair aeach Green Coffee WOne Stoves according 825 ishowi THOS CHERRY t BRODHEAD KENTUCKY Headquarters BargainsVc xc r Gibralter of Rockrcastle County tFinancial Institutions m I CITIZeNS BftN m I OF BRODHEAD KY Jt fJI = T IN mBanking mmW Give us your anti we guarantee Q 0antand profitable relation 3 per interest on all deposits of 100 or more when left in bank and check m ed upon for period of six months r Jt1J ft1 fi jj C0NYA1IThe election passed off quiely here and tie Democrats are proud they are still livingMr J H Sigmon his rroperty here to the Roundstone Land Company for boughtItaRat Kidwell sold his farm here to his son Tom Kidwell and moved to Copper creek and engaged in e goods busiuess The Round stone Land Company will soou have their spoke nwiahnle wl ready for business at this place- We are proud to say that our cl mend J H Sigmon who has in en tick so long is improving and was at the election to voteI MANS UNREASONABLENESS S Is often as great as woman 5 l But Thos S S Austin manager of the Republican of Leaven t worth was not unreasonable when he refused to allow the doctors to operate on his wife for male Itrouble Instead hesavs we concluded to try Electric Bitters My wife was then so sick sue could hardly leave her bed and five 5 physicians had failed to relieve her After taking Electric Bitters she was perleetly cured can tow perform all her house hold duties Guaranteed by Mt Drug Cos drugstore Price 50 USB MARK STIX Boots Shoes IRabbe t Cast LeastWear Beat Salesman rr E C ecoalP sasa x or 9I Q VVV Mens Underwear 45c to i per suit- Mens Overall 450 to i Coats to match at same price quality r 25 Ladies Dress Skirts to 4 51Ladies 275 per pair p for The pleas cent hd j lt j jlt77 SJOCJi1111 mOp IIJANJ Samuel Marksberry sold 18 200 NIHurn ini5 25 Squire Royalty sold the Cornish ville Mill Company 400 bushels of ttluat at Si cisII C Tcrhure sold Coleman Walter 22 1200 p lund cattle Monday at 3 y cts SimIonrif AUx C Ww in Garrard county last week about 85 export cattle at 465 per rwt The lot averaged I475T P Kirkland sold to T B Gentry bunch of feeding WmIprice Harrodsburg Herald A DISASTROUS CALAMITY It is disastrous calamity when you lose your health because indi geitiou and constipation have sap pedit away Prompt relief ran be had in Dr Kings New Life Pills They build up your digestive organs and cure headache dizziness colic constipation etc Guaran DrugCosdrugstore A Methodist Bishop says the future man will be part white and part black That is what they are now if you knew them allreal wellNine thousand barrels of the BourI f 1887 Q r Bed Blankets 65C to 4 50 per pair The best are all wool t Best grade Flour 70C sack a Good Roasted Coffee ic pound Good i2 4c pound C poundThree 1 Five bars Daniel Boone Soap toe j jeplug Star Tob Nails all sizes 3C Sheet Iron wood 225 to 275 40cIHeating for 550 to Fourcap CQok Good Sewing Machine 1250 3 i i i business a mPay M the not a tlJ- = t sold nrxj a a that v e l3 QUAIL Mr W G Proctor is improving slowlyRev J L Davis filled his regular appointment at Providence Saturday and Sunday Isaac Her rin is in very poor healthMr and Mrs James Parsons of Wildie have returned home after pleasant visit with her parents Mr and Mrs G W ParsonsMr Ellla Doss of Livingston is here visiting relativtves Mrs Jesse Brown is numbered among the sick Mrs David Adams is convalescent Mrs John Adams of Jellico Tenn la here visiting her sister Mrs Simeon Denney SON LOST MOTHER Consumption runs in our famiV ly and through it I lost my moth er writes E B Reidof Har mony Me For the pest five slightessignDr Kings New Discovery for con sumption which has saved me rmothersMr Reid hut he learned that lung y trouble must not be neglectedand 1andjMtTrial bottle free JThe beef trust has secured pus session of the countrys sole leathUkeepit s c Sam McCann of near Nicholas eKf tcoonr t 4ntt V v Lasn rat ii VERNON SIGNALf FRIDAyKCVjLViIK 3 15I i iI Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT 41 = SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR glOO Advertising rates made known application 1 Yesterdays Courier Journal co taiued this paragraph One rt suit of Tuesdays elections o which all honest Kentuckians whatever politics can rtjice the defeat of Jim Hargis and his esiij in lr iliitr Not only thati county but the entire State is be congratulated on the expels wbyich they the nm tnipl1lousy per 4- drpra verted to their own cesjerae and dns Tf election has come and gone anltwlilc th triritt ltepu di ticket ht von by something pubfrthose who ltd the Indepen force The Independents have made a nohle fight and have w noble victory instead of losing the fact tuat the Republican major ity of the countywas cut more t half in two It is said that the colored of Baltimore have struck in the tx families of all Democrats becarse the men voted for the disfranchis lug amendment For a long time the Czar had heir to the crown Now there Flikely to be no crown for the 1LITION NOTES Ohio elected a Democratic error Whitley county elects a fusion tcketLouEverything gone Democratic but RockcastleFGarrard county went Dentocvicby nearly GooweeThe next Legs ilture Democratic by a nice majority Judge James Hargis lost ou county judge in Breathitt Ike Herrin defeats Peter Straub for jailer in Lincoln by nearly Hill Democrat of Lincoln wins for sheriff over Meiiifce by over 500 The Democratic majority in ginia is estimated at about 20 virI The Republicans made a clemI sweep in Chicago and Cook c ty Ill Cincinnati is in the Dentoc column and the Cox machine is moreIcandidate for- M aor of Louisville won by 3000 tKenton and Campbell cou go Democratic by overwhelming majorities Thankful indeed that Rockcastle will have one Democratic justice of the Peace i J N Adams Democrat elected Mayor of Buffalo N Y 898 majority a The Republican elected their city ticket jn Omaha The Democratic ticket for judge and county attorney won in Pulas ki county by over 400 l President Roosevelt cast his vote at Oyster Bay and returned in then afternoon to VashingtonatoLeslie county elect Independent candidate for sheriff superintend a cut of schools and assessortus logforand Clinton district by 301S4i The Democratic municipal tickets were successful in most of the j towns and cities of Southern Indi naSCurtis Guild Republican was elected Governor of Massachusetts The race for Lieutenant Governor is close The Republicans carried All N Y by large majorities tidcthird term by 6000 j Democrats only elected two coun cilmeu in Jeflersonulle Ind all other races including that for May be or being won by Republicans 0uTook Hubble Democrat wins UP C in the Lincoln Senatorial district 1 by a handsome majority as does 1 trtto i The Democrats carried Evans- ville1 7 iu the municipal election onFor gainf1 r i g I1 IThe election in New Albany Ind Tuesday roasa victory for t Democrats though the cans succeeded in electing Jacob Best Mayor Bookwalter the Republican ca di late for Mayor of Iu seems to have defeated Holtzm the Democratic iucumbe Ithy a handsome majority RepublicanOilboss of Cincinnati after his cru ing defeat Tuesday gave out a statement announcing his yeti nanent from politics cttccom WilliisT Jeromeireelected District Attorneythat toReturns from the State election renelection of Gov Geo N tlI Republican Ly a plurality slig over 5000 votes A rs1IIn the Essex N J sensational irdepen0vrre lican nomination for State sen woodenttan flyoftinNEYS ITEMS bOricardiesover otlThe withs1prov ince of Osma Over too Cossack are reported to have been killed in a fight with rioters Caucasia SturgisC Ky a pin while aces siltfed and died in a half hour Fitzgerald a son of Ger is Fitzgerald was killed by a train at Great Neck L I our hundred and twelve f tims Of the massacres of lastA k were buried at Odessa The handsome newspaper build jnj of the jnforOne thousand people gather the railway station in 600yeaburg The necessary right of way to complete the electric line to con Louisville and Indianapolis hassu n obtainedI thDolte al leged headquarters of Frank Ball StatevalineI destrnOt Dyed by fire Tuesday Mrs Annie G House 15 Grimesover has bro ught suit for divorce and alimo grenoesty public schools They were married last year while he was a dent at the State College She says he soon abandoned her The Slate Ridge correspondent itbyBrolive this Stump back to preach for us another year Now we are noting go to believe that all the p have given up and intend to right on and jump square into hut there surely is somethingf wrong Just stop and or a A preacher cant have success unless some one hear him preach Now we have good man and one that will do part if we will do ours paniotiIat quit the skip tomyLillie meet s and go to hear a good man preach and one that can learn us in regard to religion ve are all preached to death icklegs and cranks Let us gStumpthe first Sunday evening at oclock Now dont stay at home and say that you thought it was at night WIayore written by Ruskin on The power of money To get rich Ju day betrayed Christ and whvefound that Christ would be threw away the money hanged himself The article leads to the question of how many of our present moneygetters who be tray Christ by robbing the great usts they hold will have the grace 3 hang themselves over 1200 miles the NileUdoes not receive a single tri b utarBigot stream rr C M KING SOLOMONS MINES liIHthe conclusions as to the or1 gin and history of the msteri r s ruins in KhodiSia put before the t1British Asssociation at Bulawayo thickealtOphir and we must seek elsewhere for the regions whence King Solo ton procured his stores of gold and rtshto Rhodwsha last April under the threRhode trustees andexamined mi Niti vaiiKa Khami Ohio Ohio Unatali 10In z and Zimhabwa After rare investigation he has decided none of the ruins in Southern Rhodesia is older than the Isth or loth century and that they are tre ftlelycollectiversofihtse conclusions were form Iion the following data The htiildingi are essentially of a native kid or type common totdal nearly all retain sum origin d stakes imbedded in the teal e is no trace of inscriptions of the ruins stone and iron ha pletnents were found together n ther the buildings nor the other e fiund show traces ofeat ental or European influence fitsa ofsedueanjl white Nankin China and er articles of mediaeval manu ac ure in the lowest parts of the foundations proves that such en modities were the object of barter before the buildings were erect Mr Maclver maintains that t tuna were origiinliy fortified t eta usually including q kojije bt in the form ofa tough eclipse lowing mainly the contour of folhettl surrounding country The sacai1 stave pits described as pit dwell ings were originally citadels ofjai their strong places round which concentric circles of walls built special from Versailles yester Taylorcounty passed through here on way home after a remarkable ve of several thousand aril Uu1ret rs He has nine children who are married and living in the States of Illinois Missouri OwnectIfmmermind to pay eachchilda visit decided that he would prefer to drive through to intrusting himself y rail He completed his long drive without incident having made each ciiild a visit ofsix or ei coonyen roue and feels younger tttau when he started on his trip Taylor is seventy years old ard at grandchildren stnHeretofore liaises of the Nev York fire department which haei grown too old for the hard they are called upon to do hae Ieen sold at auction sometimes to lives of harder work and usual lv to poor food and less considerate care Henceforth they will roam andcop pas wealrusk th hellrailroac man together with some friend whom he interested in the of these faithful old servants has provided funds which insures ristheof these veterans are already enjo ing their pensionYouths Com OTTAWA placecis helterltof this place is isiting at Wtwo altbright of near this place was Mr Arch Albr visiting at his sisters this w eekl Mrs s C Herrin whose sou daughter has typhoid fever and are ry lowXfr Lou Farris return Lexingtoand n af Will Dwell returned home fromasy1um Nov 2 well in mind and body and manytmonths r ASXODJAth u ais cf ce 1I 1i t LEVEL H 1The ENIelection p sse here with the exception of a goatThey lily of booze The Brown pre cinct giving mrjoritj of from 16 to 2 in favor of the Independent t The good people of the Thatbeginningelect men who know there duty and are willing to du it Rockcas tie should not want to be classed guProbablyother four years of Republican rule You all know what that means by experience The protracted me fug at Mt Pleasant closed Sunday last with nine additions There is now a series of meetings being conducted at Poplar Grove b Elds Cummin and Godbey y are sorry to report the death Miss lugston daughter of IIrr dta Iwas caused by complication 1edtotdiseases The interment took place Tuesday at Mt PleasI1 Tire condition of BUCK Yarnon re tins about the same Wm H gripalPry 1CJos B Brown a student of 1vnujj home folks till utter the election eiV F Brown of Lilly was in arTuesday to se his parents and chaled gelding from Wm Brown at 100 lColeman Broughton his returned from Somerset where he has been Rht B nIBrotvntSAKllES edibelieWtbx1Dili r We wish to congratulate the nels and express our deer dles sympathy for the defeated cat Heap everything else inable upon me but when imitfail caudiImatrimonyCWttiM ra h r be excused Now we are not sure we can a rte with our Ottowa correspond havingyOwns has one weighing four Ibs Can you heat that The spelling Nedneseswas e but EdgarglB own one ofm test pupils spent Wednesday night with ire and attended the petting1V H ens and the writer made a flying to LI vel Green SundayD itlieturkeys We wish to thank our Quail correspon dent for his compliment in last is sue Would to God we could wor trackg urs never stop to what the word toMrteachleasnot merely hearing recitations and assigning lessors but we should draw the pupils out and knowledgein girtorka ot true man hood and womanhood Iu a word we should study our pupil Learn just how much good and bad there is in each one and then teach them to cultiv e the good and overcome the bad The man or worn in who can do this is aHgood teacher The Potomac river is only 500 miles long and in its lower course streamIwhich flows for nearly 1000 mile at an elevation of from 11000 to 14000 feet Nations like individuals are powerful in the degree that they command the sympathies of their neighbors IAMake Your Grocer Give You Guaranteed I Tartariglit JacidbE Alum Baking Powders interfere with unMouthealthful Avoid the alum ii LUIIAnd if I do the drugs yon sell ll surely make you sound and wellI your babies do get s ck Just bring them here and Le luck lh parini JureIie days of yore as cigars tobacco and ens ops soapsAndsaye front is here to stay And if from me you buy your pill Youll not be bothered with dodo bills S C DAVIS lolsImpoverished soil like impo properIing the soil can tell you tt h fertilizer to use for tliffere products If your blood is your doctor will tell you what you need to fertilize it and give it the rich red corpuscles tin are lacking in it It may be ye need a tonic but more likely need a concentrated fat foo and fat is the element laclcil b your system There is no fat food that easily digested and assin rltellilS sioelof Cod Liver strengthdiand crew 1o do it Scotts lntulsi is always the same alwa palatable and always benefici where the body is wasting fro any cause either in childr or adults Ilselye will send you a sample free d o S4 Be that this fnre in tIll form oiIJjibtl is on the wrap p of every bottle of Kinul sion you lily SCOTT miCHEMISTS 1fi9Nlall St New 1mi- Ot and Url 6rj CASTORFor ti3 Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the enature of Ul v f c c h t a IA THOROUGH investigation has shown toVur customers that Ileadnuartcrs BtrWjgains hat whour trade is largo and increaVgj ing t I IItwill pay you 10 investigate prices and giveg us your trade We pay you the highest prices Psouceanti you away satisfied p Special Bargains Q I we arc for cur for go In Dress Goods Shoes JIvI B iJHAVE resumed from the city with a beauti luldrncSchool a jIUt t n rK nt rISs t InHAVE you examined our line Summerm alSHOES r It4 beforeenr f honIG jQ Yours for business p t 2pllone66 ROBT COXPhone GG Mt Vernon Ky 5 Lr +1 r A JONAS rxcKENZIE COME COME I IECLOTHING We carrry a full line of Clothing that will suit III sizes 8111ages Our goods are right and our prices are right Yours very truly Phone No 83 JONAS McKENZIE r JONAS WlcXEKZlE 22 = 0 YOUR BANKING No matter how mallno nmttter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON will give it careful attention This message applies to the melt anti the woolen Remember we pay 3 per cent tntarest on all deposits of Slco or more when left with the bank and not chocked upon for a period of six months or more r CashierJAyersPin Want your moustache or beard abeautiful or rich black Use KILLTHE COUCH CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR c just alike OFFICERS brown and OLDS Price SOc SI00 Free Trial GllTHROATLEs or1ilONEY DAOJr Summer and buying pillatmild certain They cure constipation firtR52t BV8KHAMFIIYErHiit couaisnoixn TO CONSUMPTIVES tohealthseveral rs with a e ere lung ailettion and that dread ilistite is anxious to make known to hit fellow stiflVr destregtheywiltalltthroatsulferers will ry Ins remedy ns il is coral prtscriJtiooThichfwill EotvAxDA J I 11T u MT VERNON SIGNAL VERON KY Nl 3 115 II I rZ9 Call up No 7Q whenyou vont to Commiiicute with SIGNAL 79 1j =jt 6 Co r TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 4north 332 a m 23 south 124 p IT 21 South 1236 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No Fntrretl ot the Mt trlltJlIK Ioliloni as 1I1I1I11la s atoll uuttter PER SONk I Hon Sam Ward was here yest r dayAtty C C Williams is in Cincin nati today Sheriff HL Tate is again or the sick list J E Honk came home from In ndianaW H Krueger is in Louisville buying goods A child ot Gus Staversons i very with fever Attorney John WBrown went to Louisville yesterday Vic Brown operator at Lily came home Tuesday to vote We understand that Mr D L Carters daughter is very low with consumption Miss Tommy Miller of Camp bellsville is the guest of the famih of her brother C C Miller Morris Brown who has been the west for several years is a home for a short time visiting relac lives James McHarge was over from Olando Wednesday and told us that he would in all probability put up goods either at Orlando or Pine HillC C Miller who has been the manager of the bande factory at this place will go to Level Green and take charge of one now being put in operation there Dr J S Cooperof Livingston jha5re8igncdas L N railroad physician at Livingston and gone to Louisville to accept a govern ment position His family will goI in the near future U G Baker moved to his property recently purchased of the New comb heirs and Judge Colyer moved to the house vacated by Mr ker D E Davis will move in about two weeks to the property vacated by Judge Coher LOCAL The bird law expires next Wednesday Dr Donald McDonald has established a church on Indian Creek Owsley county in the center of t feudal district Services at Presbyterian church next Sunday morning at ii oclock by the pastor Rev John M Bit del Everybody curdally invited The election passed off quietly allover the county If there was any trouble we have been unable to bear of it Such is invariably the case where whisky in not used on election days If j ou want to include your farm in the list of those posted against hunters and other trespassers send us your name and 25 cents which we will run until the expiration the law on Jan it The money must accompany the order Being uuable to get the vote in the Crooked Creek precinct we shall not attempt to give the vo toIt for the county by precincts in th issue but will give the official count in every race in our ne issue FOR SALK oa EXCHANGE good secondhand cook humus woodor coal Will excnange for corn or produce i TELEPHONE EXCHANGE r iYifRIENDS I wish to thankall my friends for what they have done for me and ask you to remember me in the fu ture when county funds are not so trulyf1905itzDy mistake some gentleman exit changed hats with me at Brodhead fast Saturday night If he will let me know who he if I will be glad rto exchange back with him V JUT BROWN r i = =rt IA farmer who was on his way Indian Territory to East Bernstadt Ky was enticed into an alley opening on Tenth street hetweeiuBroadway and Magazine in Louisville and relieved of a pocketbook containing Goo and a gold watch n Supt G M Blllard received the following roice from the Superintendent of Public Instructions I NoInryytt You will receive it i time to ply the teachers iSth of Novembtr CANDIDATES =Thi busy tree now hides his head In grief and consternation great Ill never learn Ito be he saidas busy as a can didate Ardall river the land these days we hear political yeil reminding us Judge Jewel said 1oHtie is hell Krueger Sons will begin Friday giving a ticket with every dol Lrs worth of goods which w pn title the holder to one guess on th + 75 bogey now exhibition in front of their place of business Read their advertisement elsewhere this issue where you will find pn fully explained =Mr U G BIker received a telev gram yesterday mornijj stating L 11incomplicity with his brother Wilt Mullins in the killing of Dan ScottI had been paroled and was now on his way home It Ins always bee the opinion that Frank was unjustly sentenced The SIGNAL proposes to issue a grand Christmas edition in color giving brief write ups of the counts editioln totconcerning Rockcastle citizens who have gone to other States when located and their occupation Those tiring elsewhere who read this notice are earnestly requested to write James Mar t Mt Vernon Kj who will have charge of that department giving the above in formation Also parties in this county who have friends and rela ithes living elsewhere will please send us their names and addresses r Yours very truly E S ALBRIGHT Editor BURNED TO DRATtiA small childof Mr and Mrs Will Bishop was burned to death near Lang a ford Wednesday Mr Bishop and wife had gone from home and left their tutee children one six year old one about three and the baby about one year old The children there all locked in the house and had it not been for Mr J H Reynolds who seeing the flames in the house and going and knocking e C door down all three of the children would have been consumed in the flames Mr Reynolds rescued the two oldest children thinking that wibera found the baby missing When the flames were extinguished only the head and prt of the body covered iu ashes was found its arms and legs clog entirely gone It was a most awful scene and the heart bioken parents have the sympathy R ofall ilPerhapsnot know that in Kentucky we have a compulsory educational law though not generally en forced The law requires that ev ery child between the ages of seven ofofthe weeks in each year A penalty offrom5 to 50 for failure somply with these provisions is irn posed upon the parent or guardian is the duty of the Board of Trus istees to see that the law is enforced The child may be sent to a private butxtitIV must receive an educational train ing from some source if the law is compliedwith Where the pupil fails to attend it is the Cduty ol t teacher to make a report to some the trustees and in turn tbe duty of tbe trustees to take the matter up before the county authorities Under the law no teacher is entitl to his or her money when the tendance is not 25 per cent more of the number of pupils in the district Ifjwe are correctly informed there would be several teachers in this county would come up wanting on pay day if these matters were properly looked into A by the chairman of the board otItrustees of the various districts whose duty it is to sign the month ly reports before the salary is paid f J It isa tie vote according to t returns in the Police Judges race between B S Davault and J T Adams the present incumbent There were two spoiled ballot however We understand that honld they be counted one would go to Adams and the other to Du vault Adams gut 18 majority iu E Mt Vernon and Davault the same in W Mt Verno- nIUIOUHEAD preMr and Mrs R M Robinson nlies Mattie Baughtnan and Mis Tom Dunn of Danville are visiting Mrs Josh Dunn and family Mr and Mrs Robinson and Mrs Broughton lelurned to thel homes MondayV S Martin ill Crab Orchard Monday on has ness E G Waliin of L uldlI 1Iuul is with lnn ful s a 1I friends this utelF L Dunn was ij to vote TuedatiH Ben tfn was dw i from Livingston Monday and Tuesday Gentlemen bring our laundry to W C Soil frd le barber He his the hrs Otncy In the barber shopH- II Hutch on IS at home from a business trip Virginia Wood yard Owens who has been spending a few days in Habttsham Ttnn aid Pleasant View Ky ha letuted home G E Dunn in Danville Tuesdaj MIF A Ci ss who has been visiting son Mr J R Cass ills re tur ned to her home in Louisville Why cant we have that extra to pass here in the morning Enand evening we can get by asking Holman of Stanford was isitinga Mrs R L Collier this week Mis liliznbeth Junes of Stanford is viHtirg her sister Mrs Maggie Martin D Miss Lela Sambrook of Living n is visiting Miss Sallie jDjcker sonJohn McDowelland wife of Hopedale Ill are visiting relatives relIiss Lizzie Adams has re turned from Berea after a six weeks visit Mr and Mrs J W Brown of Mt Vernon were visit iug at J T Cherrys last week M G Dowell was in Lebanon Sunday and MondayMiss My Adams is visiting in Berea this wtckMr Homer Waliin of Lex- Ington is in town for a few days Mr J Cherry has nearly completed another dwelling on Silver Street All wevwant is more enter prising citizens like himE J Hamm of Lebanon is in town for few daysThe protracted meeting begun Monday night at the Baptist church conducted by Revs Noel and Smithbliss Carr Frith of Gum Sulphur was here Saturday nightFor uptodate candy call at Sbuggars drugstore R P Pike is visiting here for a few days from Johnetta Mrs L Smith has returned from Crab Orchard Ladies are always welcome to vist the Young bleu ClubChas Chandler of Pitt burRwas here TueFtl y The ntry winds blow and the coldC fall nevertheless we find g Capt A H Esiis at his post tot the minute Beat him if you can Mr Jack Conn of Mt Vernon was in towu Monday and luescIa bliss Myrtle 0 a man has r turned to her home in Stanford G Wilmott was in Ml Verne- on businessHarvy Vanhook tv town visiting friends Wedcesda Mrs Tom Dunn who has visiting Mrs Josh Dunn and Tamil returned to Danville Wednesday andwill return to her home in near ftltiue at Fort Worth Tex ItbuyHiitt was in town Wednesday POSTED toWe the citze s of whose names appear forbid any hunting or RockcatleI ofany kind on our will prosecute to tlje e law all parties guilty of suoh E Graveloy 11 G Frith Win HslngerI Sam Maharg Pur Jas W Moore Geo D Moore G W Gentry Lee Coffey John Leece HiattofMOORE OFTTS SALEat 19or5 AT ONE OCLOCK A Free 1PUB ITbeFIVE ROOM HOUSE ON CORNER OT 98x125 ft WITH DWELL Easy Payments MOORE OFFUTT Ageu 1JP = = r= THANKSGIVING PROCLAMA ITIONMayor J H Powell of Hentier son whose thanksgiving proclaim lions are always couched in Ian guage unlike that generally em plovcd has just prepared his mes sage for the approaching day thanks as follows Ofj hotl11becomeompts me to appoint Thursday Nov 23 1905 a day of thanksgiv ing and prayer in cur municipality- Let us praise the Lord in his Holj Temple Tor tilt manifold mere He hath manifested unto our t and pious people Thanks be uti to the Almighty in as much as ath spared so many miserable sin n rs Be ii proclaimed city croak ersareiiol su OUMJ as Iighl tarry candles in a cloudless sky Heaven bless the booming boo tel and keep us from kcking the net vy knocker Thaik God no guilt greedy grafter grows on tilt ground f Greater Hcudtfsin Ve still live to love bean fil bil es sing sweet songs pailt pure picture and do divine deed How becom lug to the good man are the jewels of mercy and charity Never since the first stars shed their stainles twinkles over a sinful world have we ben blessed with such a copi OIlS crop of clever capable and con fideut candidates Lord have uier cy on onr office seekers Strew with sugar plums sunflowers and forgetmenots the paths of this big blind of patriots who pray and pull with all their power for progress prosperity Ineligible by lax for a second term soon will your humble servant shuffle off the May anorsnicipal proclamation sad silence by the blazing Hankeri to your own sweet home for the light of old sun shinecu see him serenely sub side Editors of newspapers who have published my official docu ments and written ofme many kind words will always hold iu my poor heart a place loyal and lasting as thelove I bear the little children of my native town Here a sigh for those who love Tnt And a smile for those who hateI And wjateverskys above5tneV Heres a heart for every fate Whilst the winds ot O singing a sad soug and yellowtinted leaves around sinhsi the sun with shining splendor to rest and sends back kisses to the silvery river I hid you a long last fond farewell ieWitness my hand this agth dal of October 1905 J H PowellcMayor of Henderson Kyt More than 12 500000 annually are paid to employes of railroads in Kentucky Reports for 1904 on file in the Rsthat the number employes that year exclusiveof l1eral officers was 20639 and that were paid in wages 12546 19700 This represents an aver age annual payment to each em ploye exclusive of officer of 67 eachew 194 This aver classesnmoreaswithawages paid foreign countries railroady BeleconducIThe railroads are operated by the government in Belgium lAyerGive nafure three helps and nearly every case of con sumption will recover Fresh air most important of all Cherry PectoralNourishing Then a medicine to control the cough and heal the Ask any good doctor yearsltot flat Ayet1 Pwforal liare teen terrille of lnu liliont euJ sr taffeta acAYltltcnAll Consumption Health demands dally action of bowels Aid nature with Ayers Pills Oi rTOAYJlerI theThe glt 8igaaiant9 Ji 7T f r VEFAWAV r ABSOLUTELY FREE 4 y f i luckyman eorWITH every dollars worthof goods bought at Our Store for Cash we will give a ticket for high grade buggy which yon can see on exhibitio in front of our store Allticket will lie put in a wheel and the following gentlemen have agreed to act as judges in deciding AlbrightiAUK Stock is complete and our plies rgh So do not fail to take advantage of this golden Upportnniry to secure absolutely free this splendid buggy Yours with best wishes KRUEGER SONSuuDONT BORROW TROUBLE IEIt is a bad habit to borrow anything but the worst thing you can possibly borrow is trouble When sick sore heavy weary out by the pains and andwornI epepsia hilliousness Brights dis ease and similar internal disorders dont sit down and brood over your symptoms but fly for relief to Elec E tric Bitters Hors you will find sure and permanent forgetfulness ofall your troubles and your bodv will not be burdened by a load of debt disease At Mt Vernon Drug Cos store Price soc Guar E teed The Joseph Price Practice limited Pelvic Surgery eases of Eye Nose Genitourinary Gastro Intestinal of tution is prepared sage Hot Air IofiiaryLands path Faradic Electricity tions No Knitted All bills ly ALL in advance SEND THEIR FOIL Southern Arkansas Timbered rolling perfect drainage no swamps good water Grow corn cotton small grains cowpeas and believed to be the coming clover and alfalfa country porous soil and clay subsoil heap lands in Southwest Splendid stock country 10 months range Write for Southern Arkansas booklet and Homeseekers rates Sept 19 Oct 3 and 17 Nov 7 andt21 LO SCHAEFER T P AoCotton Belt Route Cincinnati O The Jot don is the crookedest river known winding 213 miles in a distance of 6j miles IIWITH WOMAN Ttt OTML CHARACTER Sold by F Krueger Sons MT VERNON KENTUCKY ntttnntnttnntnttnnn Griffin 2UNDERTAKER 3AN- DFUNERAL DIRECTOR = Vernon 2 Stock Complete Can furnish on short no EmbalmingEdonE ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 = 1111111111i11 lllllllltlf ZIiill lltiltiilli iil llljltl illliii i The YELLOW Front THE OLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE THE COUNTY Cheapest Drugs Anywhere Charge Prescriptions Childrens Diseases Specialty All come fair treatment ProprP11oNE S JK3 = OWENS i I UNDERTAKERJBrodheadKyI i i PRICE 300 a Sevea Mffiton lions sold In 12 mORtlas This g 3 Ky 3 3 3 ili IN No for a for past COMPLETE LINE IAll ir E CAYXi4IH0e ISWELL F To Cure Cold in One Day Tab Laxative Bromo Quinine Tahlets signature Willis PRACTICAL IAlt i 1fiMMys Zsc lIf you want to buysell or rent any kind of j Real Estate in Rockcastle you ought to see us We moneyROGKGASTLE COMt Ye1 Icy E S ALBRIGHT C l at iifi4 t c S E 4- I COLDS THAT HANG ON SO frequently settle on the lungs and result in Pneumonia or Consumption Do not take chances on a cold wearing away or take something that only half cures it leaving the seeds of serious throat and lung trouble FOLEYS HONEYi rAR IIStopsthe Cough and heals the lungs and prevents COUGHS AND COLDS J LCURES CONSULS APPEAL lItQhrpjitPiis to Dmv This Conn ny Into the Disafrcrions- in liussian Empire tfL VE APPREHENSIONS lieiresident Has Doeidod That Xo Action Can He Tikcii by the ilUllitell States Samuel Gompers President of the erican Federation of Labor Sends a Cablegram To Count Witte on the Situation Washington Nov 7An appeal for aid from American consuls in Russia threatens to draw this country into the maelstrom of internal disaffection in tus larfhe state department here is viewing with considerable alarm the appends for protection which have been sent to tha American charge daffairs at Sr Petersburg Mr Eddy from con suls Uornhotdt at Riga and Geo n Martin at RostofonDon Tho assurance has reached here through Count Lamsdorff that the Americans will he protected but in event of the failure of tha Russian gov ernment to act it is probable that the American home government will be called upon- President Roosevelt has decided that no action can be taken by this gov eminent at present which will be of any benefit to the Jews of Russia Samuel Gompers president of the American Federation of Labor sent the following cablegram to Count Witte at SL Petersburg While all l the world applauds the great achievements of Russas workmen in the great work of liberty the hearts of Americas workmen were aglow The cause of liberty and justice should not be smirched by atrocities and crime If Russias workmen will as sternly use their united power to press the vicious massacres of human life they will stiI further earn and de serve the warmest gratitude and last- ingI sympathy of justice libertyloving humanitarians the world over The lives of all men of all creeds and all faithsChristian and Jew alike must Le secure If true liberty is not only achieve l but maintained for all time On behalf rot only of the three milion organized workmen but also of al the workingmen of America will you kindly convey ths message to your countrymen and our brothers of laborIK Estimated Number of Killed 3500 and About 12000 Wounded London Nov ItThe Odessa corre spondent of the Standard under date of November sends further sensa tinnal accounts of the riots there He r Bays There have been more Horrifying roasisacres and fiendish cruelties the districts where these took pla pare now cordoned by troops Proba bly the total killed will number 3500 and tIle wounded 12000 In the sub frnrb of Moidovanka a thousand victims ft remained iu the streets from midnight j until noon when the authorities hastened to collect and bury the bodies gin great pits In order to conceal their numbers Two irivate doctors attend fl more than 300 children of both who had been horribly gashed saIibers4 Heaping on injury butcheryIgFaiirdays disturbances exceed 19 c and those of the preceding three day s which have been verified numb fferlrV The plundering con- tlnh tied early Sunday morning in the out laying districts but Sunday the city was relatively calm though the pop ulatlon is still anxious The latest accounts of the dexrasta tion In the Jewish quarters add ho ror to thetjdluatlon Besides numer ous millsallclse bakeries shops an netifiylBdOTiomesliavc been dostroye- The Jews killed in every commo 4 Wealth were treated with revolting barbarity Heads were battered with hammers nails were driven intothe bodies eyes were gouged out and ea severed Many bodies were dise boweled and iu some cases petroleum was poured over the sick found In cel lars and they were burned to death LondonNov 7The St Petersbu correspondengot the Dally Mall says II J Pneumonia and Consumption 1Consumption Threatened C Unger 211 Maple St Champaign writes I was troubled with a hacking cough for a year and I thought had consumption I tried a great many remedies and I was under the care of physicians for several months I used one bottle of FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR It cured me and I have not been troubled since Three Sizes 25c 50c 100 The 50cant size contains two and cnehalf times as much as the small size and ihe 100 boltla six times as much REFUSE SUBSTITUTES J SOLDrND REGOMMEUn BY MT VERNOfM DRUG CO AVar hopeless war prevails in the Caucasus The TransCaucasian railway the sole line is effectually crip pled and reinforcements have been compelled to march Seventeen bridges have been wrecked and the rails have been torn up in 40 places Telegraph have been destroyed and Georgia Daghestan are isolated Every male is in arms The war office is helpless Finns Get the Manifesto Helsinfffors Finland Nov 7The imperial manifesto meeting most of the demands of the Finns arrived here The constitutionalists are satisfied and the socialists who threatened tc make a demonstration have thus far been quiet Superintendent of Construction St Paul Nov 7Au afternoon per announces that Walter G Tubby of St Paul has been appointed super intendent of construction of the Panama canal by John F Stevens chief ensmiHr in charge of the work CO THE WEST SOUTHWEST CALIFORNIA ETC Best reached via Missouri Pacifi Railway or Iron Mountain Route rom St Louis Cairo or Memphis ready reduced Oneway Colonist rates on February 21 March 21 1905 to Arkansas Texas Indian ted Oklahoma Territories and mmerous points in other Western tates Great opportunity for the ionicseeker or investor Home eeker round trip tickets on sale every first and third Tuesdays ol Landslreouud trip rates now in effect to vinter resorts of the West and stopVtrStandard Pullman sleepers from St iouis via Missiuri Pacific Railway r Iron Mountain Route also per sonally conducted Tourist sleepers uesdays Thursdays and Satur lays to California without change descriptive literature map folders tc furnished free For particu- ar rates etc consult nearest Picket Agent or address R T O yin hews T P A Rum 301 lIT Southern BIET ChattanoogaAtlanta BirxningHam KnocvilleceAsheville MobileJacKsonville New Orleans SHreveportand Texas Points Drabl Dally Pullman Service to Chattanooga Atlanta JacKsonville and New Orleans Dining and Observation Cars addressOEH AlHen TPA erIU East Main Street Lexington Ky IY A Garrett W Bineanon Gea1 HQr GenlPaul Alt Cincinnati Ohio loin Lawson has sued a West- r rn man for Libel He might have ued him for an infringement o Idtin copyright at the same time yattnh Secretary Taft since his c m the Isthmus every prospect oleases and man is vile rsMr Cleveland got as far as Ne braska but who can say what might have hapeued to him if he had got thrwomen vote t OTi Cured Hemorrhages of the A M Ake Wood Ind writes since my lungs wlrcso badly hemorrhages I took treatment LungsIphysicians without any benefit I then FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR and now as sound as a bullet I vanced stages of lung trouble almost DollarsPTO California AND THE NORTHWEST= o =FROM LOUISYILLK VIA THE Henderson Routen n CORRESPONDING Low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate points ssr Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 2ST Also SIHCIAJ4HOUSEEKfiRS Rites to the West and Southwest on certain dates tar If you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticket readsover the II KNDEIl SON ROUTE between Louis ville and St Louis CST Free reclining chair cars on all of our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the West and Southwest L J IRWIN Gen Pasngs Agt- LOUIsviLLE KyI YII nee spectacles gu to Kiankl n at Mt Vernon and have my eye 1et d and he does it right When th need ch inging he does it free chargeHe also keeps seas g inachii needles for all machines oil Ie- hc Repairs your spectacles whey broken your watches and clock when they dont run jun 30tf TOGO OVER NINETEEN HOURS SAVED TO MEXICO By the superb double daily ser vice over the Iron Mountain Routt and its connections the shorter and quickest line ftom St Louis to City of Mexico through San Anto nio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Lou ElegantDiningMexico is attr ting the investor r and pleasure st ker Low rates liberal stop u vr privileges Now descriptivliterature GIBldgITEXAS Ifyou are contemplating a change vhy not locate in Texas where the Winters rte mild and a home cat annrent Texas offers opportunities for fruit and truck growers not equaled in my other section of our country Write for literature and HOI eseek ors rates Sept 19 Oct 3 and 17 sre TP A Cqttou Bet Route Cimiqtwti Q T 5 ROCKCASl LE Real Estate Co MT YKISNON KV o FAn NO IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near IJrodhead Ky is one of the est farms in the county and will he sold at a bargain the owner being unalilc to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under- fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells and springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard FARM No Consisting of hit a crcs near Conway 100 acres bottom land acres timber good resident and one tenant house Price S000 well worth 100 00 FARM No LAfarm of 185 acres located near Maretburg and a very desirable farm 140 acres under fence uul in cultivation balance 40 acres timber Good houses spring aria well neClfal1ngII clo e to school house oliee A most desirable location and splendid bargain Any one wishing a small farm can buy a 70 acre tract ottof tiiis farm biitnobuildings would included on the 70 acre tract if a division is made FARM No 410 acres near Brod head well fenced plenty good water good orchard Plenty timber to run farm good residence and one tenant house Can be bought for 55000 A great bargain FARM NO 5So acres of land tween Brush creek and Orlando 20 acres in cultivation balance timbered iwo houses and well watered Will sell cheap FARM NoIiIOOacre tract 3 miles west of Mt Vernon on Somerset road acres in cultivation balance timber good twostory residence barn and all necessary outbuildings Large orch lId and plenty water Price FARM NO 780 acres near Pros dence good residence all udder 5o urea in cultivation plenty t felllCI to run farm and well watered the best neighborhoods in the Price FARM NO 214 acres near Freed in church plendid rvsidece and Hmost lesirae farm Price WOOI a hat ainiFU1 L MEANING To undestand the immensity peopleittile new Russian Prime Minister who secured fir iinpeiiil signature toRussias sMagna Chart has been thin deicuutr is sutocrac aid as lecftitJy as his vtt to the Vilio States declared is belief that jjreatt r and more deMrable ic Cams could he brought about by an hoiest ael itit llii eat absolut ism than through loose and prema jifi iiiiciid iii cm Mitntional d n laiivo govtrnmei t Wille came to Anirrica this ye- e ing there was IU nrdd e cla n WihOUlIu coiMtii tonal government would sPn free He went back to find that or nn izeit lalHir working uider the Cet ol exrwriVt ced laboi leid r 1trnn hii Kiirojieui ontitrk n Germany had taken tillIplaces of the old conception middle class Tile runs powerful despotism in nmilliotat comet crumbled in th presence of a com peaceful strike of the liicory and railroid employes led ii many instances by young stu dents The unchangable guarantee of freedom of conscience read in the light of Wittes written plea for equality before the laws ofall Russia without distinction of race or religiona document the Czar inscribedliTe be taken for a guide not only removes the cru el and unjust disabilities of the 7000000 Russian Jews but paral yzes the political power oftht Holy Orthodox Church that terrible and relentless system which has thus far v nt d the edecation of the Rdssiantuasses =one wilt has iii ed in R issia INo nbt that with the disappear1 ante o the exclusive rredi level prewguies of the Oilhxinxj Chur htn pro ey ize or to e cede ffm whvh t a grave crimt the iiiiglinM ljuhviru utml prcsstoh tails- Thiswiil ch ar die tray fr a Yen nine frer IliltlCSdh j tem cutili usoye lcthlI Then e tilt of a Unoiau Parlia menl will icil legfelmvc rauief iliiM dvi dry pJwlra body wish out whose couseni no law can he enforced in eniDire it lrItuallyTo appreciate the difference he tween th s new scheme ol represen tative government and the adviso il1lPlriiil1manifestu to be elected S Putt rs1HIIg wnh hlllu11lyJews nod Moscow withmotetinj eoaoooo inhabitants would Itaerl illtclIlded901 o ooo peasants should have altogether 2 500 votes as agninst 1792 of the landed proprietors aim i 354 of the municipal council With the extension of the right to vote to the masses of Russia one refs an idea of the proportions ot the Cxars surrender expressed iUI an unchangeable rule that no law shall he enforceable without the ap proval of the tit te Duma Up to this time the sole lejiisla live and executive power hd9 lieelT the personal wIllof the lair Henceforth he can not tnfnro a single dtcree vvithont the consent of his people The guarantee of the right of he bear corpus andinviolibiluy of tilt person sweeps away at a iu stroke the dreadful system utsej cret arrest stcret trial and secret deportation It robs the Minister of the n error and his police of their terrors With free speech and the right of association and union political parties may be formed and the fn tine of Russia worked out in the OPtIIINothing is sail alnnt trial by juI ry but the Jew Parliament have power to provide for Chas Hitiierm there has been no Cab no illistnial respMisiiiity The absolute Cz r deilt with bii Ministers separately The part icu lar Minister who happened to g in ascendancy over his sovereiyiV for the time the re li ruler He could interfere wnh and control any or all departments of the Government Sometimes it was the Minister of Finance who ruled sometimes the Minister of War The Ministers plotted against each other They seldom worked toget Th herIaccord with the Prime Minister Count Wittee and the people of Russia through their Parliament will probably be able as in Great Britain to compel their SoC eign to dismiss his Ministers bv si lefusing their assent to reetluI11raising or equally INo doubt one of the first steps by the new Parliim tit will be the abolition of the dvonvk system that minaton and d grad ing arriiieement under vh oh rv cry household in Russia riJi o poormud accept the presence dvornik or spy tell Oi hV tii Police for a full accoi t ot ihe dt lv life the convesiMOi ofti and inovenents tif shore who in wtchI a nrl iHI 0 J rollIenindtrn histoy And thIexlrary iKi ig about it isthile ons rated pnwtr ofan iti1 r strike pr ctic aliy dioxei fr1l- violence The Rn siati sdi who fired riirers OMV f months ngj Ol1tlnt be Ic hill nrdrlrpr icfis qtr k r IolI TIiNKEIs LOP cried Huinih Plant of Lithe Roy Ark fur the Jt ill tot fHII- IrIBllddensArllia Salve It cured trig Sre wiili nothi isi else would hat and fr m which I hid suffered fur 5 veir It is a in rveons heaer tilt rile intrnc and wonnds Gnan ted t lt Vernon Ou C r s drn4 sty CCOS IOA 1 rBatnO JSjTtaHsdYc8 Eljnataro Sor = The Kind Yon Have Ahvnys Bouglit mIll vrliieli has been in use for over OO years las borne the siyrnatnre oC n T1Plamsince its infancy this Alt CotmtcrieUs Imitations anti Jtrstasgooil are hut Ksi criinents thi trifle with and catlaugerthe health of Infants anti Chiiilrcn Sxpcrience against Experiment fUt7Cast is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare tgone rrvoi aml Soothing Syrups It is Pleasaat Ittcun tains neither Qpiniu Morphine nor other Marcotle tuhtaHcc Iti 10 is its gnaiaiitee It destroys Worms snit allays Icvcrkliiiess It cures Diarrhoea anti Wi ld- CoH roIieYca Teething Trouble cJires Constirition- FintulciicjaIlia It asaiiuilatcs the Food regulates tire it ciaeli end 3ovcls givinjy healthy aul imturoi seCpI- iw Cliil lrciia Puiiaccn The Mothers Friend rt r Jij1 BII r Ja rJ V re ivo1J 33 the of The Kind YOIl Ftaa ht n Use For Over 3O Years rsccc iUrl Y9PCrY- l 1 r war sZnoRiy3t r f 1 3 CMeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Comulete s LIXEof Cask ts Kobe tic Oidcis oy Telephone attend ed promptly Stn n ford r W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKSI Broslbcad Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Farrn For s iIOne acre tract of land on tli vnturri of rooked creek Ono duol ing house tiumhcraadeta The farm well watered Will seil very For further information uldrcs cheapl D G CLATIIv jai i4 tf Orlando ATORiBears theThe aafl Siguturo ict LU scnul supervision AIiotvnoorctodeceiveOUlit Bisnature US freely ence all your and adviceIwcure them Ciattatuoga Co Chattanooga C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY S 3 OFFICE On 2nd floor ol The of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No So t1 L M Y ERS Dentist+ trj 3It Vernon 1Jt FirstClass Work IOFFICEAt residence on SL known as the C C Wil flours residence PHONE No 73 be in office at BRODHEAD every MONDAY noon till Tuesday coon IN LAXATIHK QUI NINK Tablets All druggists money if it fails to cure K W signature on each box 25 els 0 S T0 aBears oa Gfil U i d rt You will never get well and strong bright happy hearty and free from pain until you build up your constitution with a nerve refreshing bioodmaking rrn tonic like It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink ZItis a pure harmless medicinal tonic made from vegetable Ingredients which relieve female pain and such as headache backache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstrual ation dragging down pains etc is a bunGing strengthmaking medicine for vomen the only IIt that is certain to do you good Try it byevery druggest in 100 bottles WRITE A LETTER and frankly in strictest confid telling us symptoms Address Ladies Advisory Dpt Medicine Tense Bank Ky Cld Main Will Take BKOJIO refund Groves Bcsrtt or distress YOU ARE FRIENDS ofGIJatlnFor since taking Cardui have gained 35 lbs and am in better health t myhusbandweight in gold to all suffering l1diesu