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' jpiw im nw MiMfwomni
Near Railroad Depot,
MOUNT VERNON, KY.
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY,
MI If Ii
Tlio undersigned taken tliia motliod
tliduks toliis old fiiends mid p.ttrons
of tho Mount Voriion Flouting nnd Woolen
M.illn for tlio libornl pntionago nnd ntuny
ho lins luirctoi'utu received, and would
respectfully itiuipunco to tho citizens of
nnd adjpining counties that ho hns
went into a partnership with T. J, Hnnsoll, u
well-known and experienced mill niiin of tifis
county, nnd tho business of tho mills will
hcrcatter ho conducted uinler tho liauio nnd
htylo of flrillin & Hnnsell nnd thoy will over ho
teady t wait on their customers, with tho
gtcatest of plcnsuro. Iiemninyour obedient
crviuit ' "WILLIS QJHFJ'JX,
CRAB OltCirAItJ), KY.
This hotel is situated on the onth
side of the L. & N. K. R., opposite
the depot, aud still maintains its lino'
reputation. All trains met with an
omnilni3. Cburues reasonable. D.yl
GEO. L1VESAY. W D.. LIVES A Y
GEO, LIVESAYr h, SON
WAliD -. - KENTUCKY.
Dr(ioodrXotioMtil IJoois and Shops, Hnnl'
warcv'.linwate, etc, ,iinl General Merchandise.
Gall nnd sec. iw,
M. J. MILLER,
Mt Vernon, Ky.
This old reliable lii3e ?till keeps a
full line of general merchandise at the
old stand, north side of Main street.
CHESTNUT $ K 1TTS
Dealers in dry goods, groceries,
boots and shoes, hats and caps,, provisions
and ready made clothing. Also
dealers ,in cross-tic and coal.
Boot and Shoe-Maker.
Mt. "Vernon - Kentucky
I have a wotkinau, nnd am
to do nil kinds of work in my lino. Repairing
J. E. ALLEN,
u m beetaker;
MT. VERNON, KY.
Keeps on hand fine coffins, caskets,
robes, linen bosoms and cuffs. Orders
py teiegrapn attended to promptly,
flay or nieht.
Coffins, Casliets, Furni-hoi
e, Wa 11 Pap ei 'c.
A fu'l stock of the abovo at lowest
prices. Orders by telegram promptly
Attended to. B. K. WJ:aken,
llmG Stanford, Ky.
MULLINS & SINGLETON
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots,
Shoes, Hats & Caps, Notions,
llinrdware. Tanbark, Crossties &o.
THE wmm SIGNAL
A man may forget his business, his
family, his overcoat, umbrella, or
tlie. sacred obligations of life, but he
can always remember whore ho got
that fifty cent piece with a hole in it.
Hotel Porter (to
here, don't you see that notice?''
1 Countryman "Yes, 'gentlemen will
not spit on tho.floor.' Jjtin't spittin' on
tho floor, mister; I'm spittiai' agin,, the
St. Peter (in response to a knock at
tho gate) "Aren't you from Rowan
county young man?"
' Young Man-"Ye' sir."
St. Peter "Well, you've lost your
way. Go back to the forks of the
road and turn down."
Wife Now this is tho tWrd time
I have caught you h the kitchen talk
pig-to the cook. Husband Ye3, 1 I
believe it is. Wife Well, tho cry
next timo I catch you talking to, the
cook I'll discharge her and do the
cooking myself!, That cured him.
A man in Buffalo certifies in a, medical
advertisement that ho coughed
continually for years.
A man who will keep a cough working
away like, that wjthoiu) a vacation
Is mean enough to certify that one,.dose
of somebody's lard oil; gave him. per
) , . m .i m . ...
"Rambo,"said Baldwin, "what is the
reason you drink your beer and whisky
through a straw nowadays?'' "I promised
my dear little wife last New Year's
Day," replied Rambo, feelingly, "that
I would never touch ray lips to the iu
toxicnting cup again and I'm a. man
of my word, Baldwin."
Jim Purcell sold one mule to Sam
ILyeingor for $100.
i Mis Cathie Houk. has j nst rued
'from an extended visit in thetGlades..
Wo Vvould like for the Gaddvillecor
,to tell us where his place is located.
has two stores one pos
office one blacksmith shop and no loat
Mrs. Betty Cummins of Preachers.
villc is visiting Mr Joe Mullins of this
There wa? a candy party at ISiito
Simulates Siturday nigh t. The boys
report a good time.
t Charley Ccummins has traded the
mare that ho got from W. G. Adams,
to Albert Owens for one sow and four
There is a compauy of men at
Brodhead who are boring for gd9
Joe Purcell says there is plenty of gas
iu Brodhead without boring for it.
0. G. Black has the boss black
Andrew Baker was here last wet
W. J). Mullnis is on tho sick list-
thought to be love sick.
J. II. Mullins has named his stepping
boy Julius Abraham.
AY. G. Mullins goes to his mill every
morning with his littb cob pi pe.
MuUiuB and Singleton included one
wagon in their sales Saturday. This is
a pushing firm.
Business is looking up, aud most of
our peoplo are industrious aud are preparing
for spring ploughing &c.
Horse swapping is still iu progress
Isaac llorrin bought a mare of Mrs.
Adams for $70.
J. N, Brown sold his fine sla'lion
to the Acton bro'hora, for 8275.
II. G. Sutton surely is the happiest
man on earth, for ho has a fino boy
Rev. A. J. Pike preached to a
large congregation last Sunday
Our Weotern friend, Burton, will
sorm bid,U8 all ndiou, and returnj.to his
homo invthe fair West. ' ,"4
JnmesMcBeo jap a fine , boy. at his
house. Hurahforim,h'e i3vableto,
teach him right, and democracy.
J. K". Brown will have an exhibtion
at Lqvol Green next Saturday. A'
nice timo id anticipated, if the ice is
Wo uoticed an account a short lime
since about loafers around towns. Wo
hope nobody will insainuato.on up, but
wo are inclined to want to gp,to Mt.
Vernon and stay all day, ride six
miles through tho mud, while wo. nr.ve
a good country store right here, that
we can buy all the goods and cheap
articles that heart could wish.
DISPUT A NT A.
Tlrgmaj Tucker, of, Estill county,
is with us.
Wm Young & sons arc making
staves on T. J. Minksfarra for G. C.
John A. Anglin and John S. Gadd
wero .the attorneys in the Gadd and
In the G id J and Roberts, eujt Saturday,,
the jury decided two in favor
of.Gadd and three for Roberts.
Imis Kreiger is spoken of as candidate
for assesspr.. Louig is a democrat,
but.if h.e.runs lam, for. him olj.the
Tfanyoftthe oouptyieachers have
failed to got their money, thoy should
call on Dr. Davi?, who will take all
in writing them a check.
Fred Kleinick is back from Meadow
Creek, where he has jieen employed
by Geo. flisky & Co. Fred says by
doction there are Borne very pretty
girh out there,
Ella Jackson & Co. of Furriston
Liurel county, have beon awarded the
contract of carrying the mails from
thi& place to Wildie, to be carried
twico a weekj Tuesday and Saturday.
John T. Stephens, ?. C. Clark and
timber-dealers from Cincinnati, went
to Hit. Vernon last week to close their
tjade, but tho parties who were
buying thela,ud, failed to produce the
money, so the trade was not made.
It comeg by private underground
wire from Laurel that our old friend,
Alex LiHc,. met with a serious mishap
this week. Ho was making a prohibi
tion fpeech when in which he was
severe on tho officers for failing
to do their duty in execi ling the laws,
and becomng wam in the cause he
divested himself of his overcoat and
laid it down behind him. Depnty
Sheriff Randall, having a little claim
agaiust him for taxes .or something,
was determined that tho charge of
failure to do his duty should not be
urged against him, so he quietly
walked up and levied upon the coat
nnd took it in his possession. When
the eloquent gentleman's oratory had
run down he turned to pet the gar-
ment' "ut ala'"' " raise1 a row iUld
ii tuujpua uuuutauun persecution, out
tho deputy was obdurate and Mr.
Lusk had todapart minus his overoat
and thh toD with thecoll wave signil
unfurled to the breeze. This wai too
bad. Interior Journal.
Mechanics Wan.ted; Wanted a
few good cabinet workmen and chair
makers, machinists, varnishers and
other mechanics at good wagas and
reguler employment, to become share
holders in the Mr. Vernon Furniture
Compauy. Factory well located in
good lumber district, in good running
order and well equiped for the manufacture
of nil kmdi of clpap and medi
uni grade furniture with fast growing
demand for its products The object of
the managers h to have it emplovees
mutually intended in the welfare of
tho oitab'.iflhnicnt. Addrc33
Mt Vuunon FuRNiruitB Co.,
tf Jdr. Veunon
Fou Sale. ARic'uimi City griut
mill, good as new, capacity 150 bu.
in ten hours. Wouldexohauge for
ono and two inch dry lumbar,
A'ddrajs. Mvuel", Vol & Ci .
Mt, Vernon, ICv
(Main St,, Nwiv 11. 11. Crossing),
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOQ'J, SHOES &.
Country Produce Wanted, for which the Higl.'SJjT'
est Market Pric o will lie paid.
Mjinufaeturer of all deseriptinus of
TIGHT BARBEL STAVES
MOUNT VKHAT05l KENTUCKY-
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Wants for immediate shipmoat, on L.( & N, or K. 0, R. It.
2,50,000 rough staves j loig,4 inches widi inside sap, 1 inch
thick on, heart.
(100,000 bucked, staves 3(? inches, lag, 4( inphes w.ld iisile sap, inch
200,000, bucked stavjes, 3p inqhes long. 4 inches wide iaside.sapf inch,
200,000 bupkqd, slaves,30incUp3 lpng, .4. inches wide inside sap, $ iach
500,000 bucked oil, barrel staves 35 inphes long, 5 inches wide, ; J inch
Also, 800,000 red oalstaves 35 inphes long, 4' inphes wide, bucked $
Will furnish parties buckers free, of charge. Pba3S write at onca fjr priest
: GEN.. MERCHANT
MOUNX VERNON, KEJSTWOKilf.
Keeps on hand a full line of Goods, Clothing, Hats and
Caps, Gents1 Furnishing' Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Tinwarcv. etc-. , . .
Good Goods, and Lovr Prices.,
M. C .& D. X. WILLIAMS;
Headquarters For .
Chemicals, Perfumery, Soaps.
COMBS, BRUSHES, TRUSSES, SUPPORTER
SHOULDER BR ACES, KEROSENE OrL,
LAMPS AND LAMP CHBINEYS,
Glass, Putty, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye-stuffs
Patent Medicines and all other Goods usually kept by
Family Medicines and Physicians' Prescriptions accurately
cemponuded at all hours.
W. A. B. DAVIS.
And Dealers in
Dry Goods and Groceries
Hardware, etc.r '
J. Ij. whitehead
JS HEADQUARTERS FOR
Quinine, Mixed Paints and Tooth-Brushes, Crab Orchard
Salts andOhov,ingJGum, French Omly, Slinvij So:ip
and Bilo' Beans, Cuit" ButtoiH, R it -sand
Perfumery, Fancy !N"oti :r., S!i a Pjlish an I
Hairpins, Books, Tobago a'ld Jerj!ry.
scriptions Oai'sfully (J u n.i idj I.
IfpSS? Pure Drugs Almanacs awl.
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