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M MOUNTAIN Lm
Andrew Bukcr, has returned .from
John Luntz, leaves us, and moves
to your city to-day.
Jarrcs Baker, sold to Geutiy Bros,
two horses for 200.
C. Warrironp, of AVnrior, Ala
was hero ou business this woelr.
With the assistance of Mr. Conk, cur
Sunday pebool is prospering nicely.
Geo. Joi cp, formly of thi placo but
late of Pitt-bur, fell from a trie last
Friday, died that night, lie was
endeavoring to catch somo young
from near the top oftho tree. We
wes very sorry to hear of the young
"Win. MuNew, the saw-mill man was
with us Sunday,
Rov. James Iliatt, will preach at
Uliestnnt Ridge school-house tho ?
Sunday in May at 4 o'clock p. m.
Uucle Dick Martin, (aged 100 he
says) and Miss Katie Anderson, were
married last Sunday, at 4 o'clock p. m.
wc wish them good luck and hopo they
may prosper in their young days
Simo nhickei Xheives a few days
since 'i ' "p their abode in the Chest
nui 'lithe - ' mo tor ohelter and
'coi,n'l lhi,ir duu.w! without cleaning
anu after eating he part of
heir meat, hung tho remainder up to
the wall by the neck, only to be devoured
by some of the church
bois there latt Sunday.
Lazarus Rose, of Lagrange, Iud.,
was thought to be a pour man. After
his death $50,000 in notes and mortgages
wore found in an old leather
It Las been settle! that ali' the dem
ccrats holding presidenfal ofRoes in
the Trecsury departmentlwill have to
kft V"A-' H- if j 71 - M-"1 oftlie Rail
'cal Julv. " -
year, July. -'.
The'.mau who S7ent into Oklahoma
With a agon load of coffins has a!
.'ready found a use for some of them.
"He got stranded where there was no
wood, and ho had to break them up
O. P. Lewis, a New York clerk,
who couldn't support his mother in
the stylo he da3ired, sent printed invitations
lo'his friends 'to attond ''his
funeral, and theo, iu full oveni )g
dress, drowned hiniEelf 'in the reservoir
at Central Park.
One of theDftumark's'paisengers de.
clares that he over heard u conversation
botweca officers oi the lost vessel, iu
whiech they indicated in a most decided
rnauuer that the Danmark had put to
sea in' n deplorable condition, and that
she would never reach her destination
A man entered Collins & Son's!
Lank at Ventura, Cal., and worked
the poverty racket on!
'the cashier. MaCarthy, the would-be:
desperado, than seized a tray full of'
snonoyaud cot on his horse. 'The
Sheriff ran after him with an empty
shotgun, and he surrendered.
m m I
A speciul to the
"from Columbus, Ind., says;' lA citu
izon of Ilarrieon county, learning ofi
the recent mad dog scare in the northern
part of this county, has sent dii
erecliom how to prevent rabies in dogs
to gentlemen of this city. His letter
of directions is as follows: ' J
"All dogs have a email white worm
at the rot of tho tongue on the under
oide, and running lengthwise. Thiy
worm is the source of all hydrophobja;
take it out and your dog is safe. The
operation is easily performed b) in-sorting
a common 3boemaker's awl
in the middle and palling it through.
I have seen it done many times. A
Scotct.mnti taoplit nio'tbc secret about
fifty yevrs ago. lie said that the
j pructice wts generally followed in
Scotland, und that man dog outbreaks
''leVCf '(tflcurid it C'rH." '
The Winchester Sun, a republican
papor, migLt not hnvo meant if, but
this is whnt it said:
"Sot a thief to catch a thief, then
if you want to know the true inwardness
of matters at our Stalo capital
put some hawkoyed .Republican in,
and you can bet there will bo an airing
of the dilapidated linen about the old
The editor of the Sua would doubt
less got mad if some one should nominate
him for a State oiiiceou the republican
ticket. Paducah Standard.
Tha information that Looter Tansor
intnJ3 to supplant even the Dcin
i craiic doctors or, tho Buaida ( f Pension
examiners is convincing proof t'bat
tho malodorous corporal is or was the
identical boy described by a popular
minstrel. Tho father of this youngster
was much concerned about choosing a
vocation tor him anJ devised a plan to
determine what he was fit for. The
old gentleman placed on a (able iu the
family-room a Bible, an applo and a
silver dollar. His idea was to send the
boy into tho room by himself, wait a low
minutes aud suddenly open tho door to
observe what he Was doing; If the
youth was reading the Bible, the father
reasonod that it would indicate au aptitude
for the ministry and he would
make him a pieachei: it he waseatino
tho apple he would bring him up as a
farmer, and herfwas fingoring the
money he would give him a business
training.. Carrying out preliminary
arrangoment8 of his schemes the expec
tant father walked into the room aud
beheld the boy sitting on the Bible,
nuDcningine apple ana withvthe dollar
inmspocket. With a look of disgust tho
parent exclaimed: ''He's
nif . ...
i U mal;e him a poltician!" And tho
boy grew 'tp tc be a Pen&iou Commissioner.
Cdurier Jn urnal.
'A train in Arizona was boarded by
robbers, who went through tho
luckless passengers. One of tbem
happened to be a Hebrew "druinmer"
from New York, Wturu
fMHL rapid lj took $4 from pilo and
placed it in his pocket. What do you
mean by that ?" asked the rober, as he
toyed with his revolver. Hurriedly
came the answer: "Mine freut, you
Burcly vould not refuse me 2 per zent.
discount on a strictly cash transaction
Henrietta (lecturing her wayward
couein( "Some young men never oan
say 'No.' "
Jack (unabashod ("And some
girls can never say 'Yes.' "
Those gloves are all right and I'l1
not send them back, " said an irate
"All right -are they? Well there is
certainly one of them that is not all."
"Which is that?" .
"Tho loft ono."
"Say, pa, 1 thought you" said the
other day that tho ichthyosaurus was
an extinct animal."
"'So I did, son."
"Well, it is not. or else mother
dont know what she ie talking about."
"Why my son?"
"Because I heard her sav to Mrs.
Maloney over the back fence awhile
ago that she would drop in as soon as
her old ichthyosaurus came home t
mind the baby."
'Our milinery ;'i ids are now open
P r.iees li wer tbai ter known in Sit
Vornon before. L;'ie Sov.'der.
BRODHEAD BROOM FACTOR1
W. S. CUMMINS, Propr.
Manufacturer of a line of IJrooms.
First -class Brooms at cut nrlmn.
Oulors promptly attoudod to, Givo mo a
0RIT DAVIS' Jn,
Wll niaku theprcM'iit at m v -table
4. 1-2 mile.- west of Jit. Vernon and 1 1-2
mile- f of llrodhead at
$7.bd To Inm'hi: A LiviNd L'ui.r
Crit i- a jet Ijlack, HI high, of
of Vtylu and action,
tiuiv 2 .'!0: and come from
ii tetontwall mare. Tor full iMlhrrou
postcw. ,, ,
A Hun retailed on colt until ,-ea-on Is paid.
'modi: 0k aatod, '
Store House and Lot and
DweUing Bouse in the
business portion of Jilt.
U 20xG0 with back room and cellar
in o f til i n r .nnin nn Sflnnnrl . flnnr .
- i -.uw - - - .VS.
TO r; U.i xj'LI .s im
Consists of a tuo a.ory front of six
rooms and halliwAining room,
ucUiding'goodywhle md garden with
a fi'io cistern back iu f.ul.
Tad above property is so arranoe
that they can ba usect seperatcly or
n connection with each other, and is
the most desirable town property in
the mountains for business' and r. ee
dence combined. '
MT VERNON F1I1TO
'J he signed also offer for pale
the prc rv knowu as tho Mt. Vernon
Furniturrxvjfy, now in go id
running order and vl prepared to
manufacture cheap and medium
Furniture and other wood
work in all detail", being
equipped with a circular saw
mill, planing and flooring machine,
and splitting baws, band and
jig scroll saw, tenoniug, mortising
and boring machines, friezer and
groove-saw rod, rounding machines,
clamps, &c. New and ample water
facilities have been rccrtly added to
the works; and king situated conven
font to almost every variety of timber
jn abundance and having an establish-
ed for trade all its products, make this
opportunity to run a manufacturing
establishment profitably with moderate
The -object of this sale
is to )rtoss a partnership
WfrfLntl&L be boU ht
dt aS vatSffPnff
exohunge fo Louisville
City property- For
further infoipiation, '
Jas. Mabet, (' Mt. Vernon,
J. E. Vowels, 0
Or J. B. Fi3 n, Pineville, Ky.
Land For Sale
J have placed in my hands some of
tho choicest mineral lands in Eastern
Kentucky. Parties thinking of invest
ling will do well to address me 'befoie
urchatirg. 1 make thisa specialty
Y. A OWENS,
' MlfiLF Opjfl
Also Land and Stock.
As 1 ileMro to leave Kentucky I will sell at
greutwiciilloca siw inilN complete with 30
lioio IjoIIpin and l!Q liorso engines, 2 fcaw
work-, 1 ox leg wjuton, 3
buck boaul, 1 spriiigS'iigon anil lihrnes .')
yoke of cattle, Simile, 1 Iioie, giit inill
complete, ami my farm of 3U0 acre- of knob
land well timbered, will sell privately. .
Land For Sale
I have placed in my hands some
good farms oontaing from 27 to 150 I
acres, which I will sell cheap on easy
terms. (J . H. ALBRIGHT,
18m3 Brodhead, Ky.
Farm F or SaBe to
I want to idl my farm at cookN st.itlon.
Contains about 100 acres, woll watered and
well improved. Tornis reasonable.
6 : . L. in'LltS.
ly farm of ii2 acrc, lying 4 1-2 miU north
Mt. Vernon, mid 1 1-2 miles of Wildte
Said farm U mo,tl v in a Si hoiHe
oiitbuildlbgswith watetaud good
or.jhaid. Call ut inv or ad
dtenieanVlUlir, Ivy.- .
' Y. C HAYES.
Hew" ontb Hotel
.xMot'T VCKNOV, Ky.
Convenient to llailroad Depot. l!ap;ar
libftorrcd fteo. Porters meet all trains da
CIUB ORCHARD, KY
This hotel is situated on the south
side oftho L. &ST. R. R., opposite
the depot, and still main! aim its fin
reputation. All trains met' with an
omnibus. Charges rcaaonable. 9yl
G. W M'CLURE. C.C. WILLIAMS
MT. VPKNQ KY.
Office in cult ,7.1101199 ,yatd. Spoin
attentiin given, o Election1.
MinrnbvwnruflnL,i j --
F. B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR.
Tina old mid Ivitil , ;
still maintaining its fino rep itaij .
All trains met. Spvc'ul at ton
tion to ilia traveling pubhe. Cnurs
J. G. CARTER,
MOUNT VEItNON, KY.
Office in Court Square.
D3. . S. BURDETTE,
Has had an oxpjrieuc o( fi
teen yean, ?nd lrn s'lcciif'tUv tro i
ed hundreds of cses. Sprcial attop
tion io given to tho tiiiiimeitt '.fall
diseases of the eye and car. Namo1
aud addresses of patients cured given
on application, if desired.
Dr. A. CI. LOVELL,
Physician aud Surgeon
JIOUNT VERNON, KY.
Office North Side of Main St.
S. C. DAVJS, )
U&IUIAJZIUU WJ SJUIlUUUO) '
MOUNT VERNON - KENTUCKY
Ofllco first door below JIcKinzio't
store. Having mado a special study of diseases
of oliildren, I am now cropaitd to troat
thorn after tho latest and most approved the
ory Thankinc ' tho irood neoplo for past fa
vors, and hoping to'rcceivcra liberal sharo Ui
tho future, Turn as over ready and willing to
J. J . BEOWJST, M D.
Physician, Main Street
MOUNT VERNON, KY.
Call ai rostotlise, or residence ba ck of jai
CRAB ORGKABD, KJDNTUCKY
All York and Satisfaction
Physician and Burgeon,
Will be at "tVil'du: every Wedne?
day night until liuther notice. Specia
attention given to chronic diseases
and diseases of women.
keep always on hand a full line of jpods
usually kept in a Country store,, and nui n 1
ways verynnxious to cxuuangu them for Caih
or roduceov ' t ' ; i n :.
I havo aldo 'on hand about 130,000 feet of
poplar lumber that I want hauled from mill
rail road at Unuh creek.
12 "W. D.McGuiiik
J. WILLIAMS. J. M. WILLLtBI
J. J, WILLIAS 'SOIST,
Dpv Go t, iN"i)fiinH, D '', S! o
'II , Caps Ch'tli'iiu', Hirl'eHie,
ware, Q'I eveiyuii 'g
kopt in a
MOUNT VERNON KENTUCKY.
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NEVEIl OTIT OF ORDER.
If you ut io
askotirniiit ur iour I'ltto Un' tvvnu an I
piicc. ltvrni4Mii (.niloiii'nftuit, writo
direct to nn tncd.
NEW HOMESEWLNG BWCiiiNE &CRASCE.MASSL
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Leads the World
Tho SIMPLEST. The BEST.
Agents wanted In Unoccupied Territory.
TVrito for Terms.
Amoricaji Sowing Machine Co,
Ul West Sixth Strcot,
CIHORSAIh - - r, - omor
661 ,fc Wtl 'E, Anon', 3
WU1 un' tll( ODI5LL TY1M3
"- ArltlTi:i. Warranted to do a
work ai any $100 jraclilne.
It combines simplicity with Durability
ea( of oneratkm wears longer without
than other niaehinc, 1ms no
ink ribbon to bother the operator. Jt is neat,
nickel ieifcct and adapted
to all kinds of type wi'iting. Like n printing
pre-, it pioduucj sharp, clean, legililu
Two to tn coplc, can be madg
at on.- wiiting. i:dlt( i -,-,( yciN, .Mini-ten
hanker-, .Merchant-, .Manufacturer-, Hiuliico
.Men, l.tc , cnnnot nuke Invcitiueiit
foryl.'i. .ny intelligent in a
can become a gocd opeiatbi, or a rapid one iu
51,000 offered any operator who can do
Jlli a T pe U'i iter than that
by the r3Keliable
Sale-men w.li.ttd. Special inducement
to Dealer-. I-'or Paiepblel, .giving
uicnts, Aw., addre the
ODELL WHITER CO.
P. O. Box B, Lako Geneva, AVis.
I will iii:i'l(Fm:i:)onreelcpt ot a 2 aoiit
-tamp, a VLGLTAULIO
BALM will ki:mo i:TAN FKIX'ICLKS
1M.MI'LI. m.orciII, ULAv'K IIU.VDS,
Ltc, leaving th skin oft, clear and beautiful.
Touch with tliU 'voinpouud the ieft III
And the briglit'giow will best iu 4i Ulu
Also ItutriicUoiiK for producing a
g'rowh of hair -on a hat I head or saiooth
face. A. D.Snain:i., 00 Auu St.
io once ".iioiiiu
h trade In all ptrli. by RBHR
I'pUcinr our mtchlne.
nd locdi nhtn tha ptople rn ira
mcra, ira vniiacou ireetoona
p.rion Iu (tcb locallij.ihe verr
belt aifrinr.mftphin tn.r4 l.
tha world, with all tha attachment!.
na trill alto tend rrru cnmn.t
Una of our coitljr and
i.rapin. in return we iik tuit you
how what we lend, to thoie who
tnijr call at your home, and after B
wrrJrTniyP monthtall ihall become your own
jjroiicrir. inia rrand maehlna la
mide after the tit bi , e.f.nt..
mjE& which hara run outt before rii'nta
aiiachmauta, and not aella for
ui.cniua m eua notia. All I.
kJ. Inalatall... U..b Tk.Aa. .L i. .. . .."
i..i iwi.it,it.if. iii.u. invii nav nnif I. Bl (I Qntl Cln H-
cure Irce tha beet In tha wor'1, and the
Jwil$?:f'2'e&ff,h&u ""'hown locether,. America,