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Mt. Vernon Signal j
Mt. Vurkoty., Dkc. it, 1896.
Fntcrcdnttlie lt Vernon, Ky. IVnt office tin
L. & N. LOCAL TIMK CARD
Day Mall North . 1 1:39 am
"Day Mail Soiith 2:01 pin
Night Hx North.... ...... 2:12 a m
Night Ex South v 1:06 a m
J. II, Kknnkdv, Agent.
AOjUikI Lhi1;o No. (J 10 huh In every SVc.
Oitil Monday nt 1 p. tit.
Chilsiifin Ilolih services ;trl Sunday nt
11 a in. ami nt !:U0 j. m. Iter. Joseph
'ris!ilcrun IToldif nvrvlvos on tin JtIi
Sunday. Uev. I. M, Serous, pastor.
LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE.
Xmas cards at Williams' drug
Fresh Ba Kens' bread at II. J.
Come to the Signal office for
S. L. Whitehead is in from Big
Stone Gap, Va.
For the best and lowest priced
groceries go to Ed. IS, Cox.
Books and games in large
taties at Williams' drugstore. '
John Boreiug, of Nashville, is
visiting his brothers and sister at
Fay Crudup left Saturday on his
bicycle for Nashville, via Stanford,
Glasgow," and other points.
J. W. Brown, of Pulaski county,
;who has been teaching at Livingston,
passed through here Saturday
last en route home.
Johu Mullins, Geo. Pope, Walter
Saunders, Walter Everett, Win.
Tubbsand others were up from
Livingston at the Michael trial.
'Charles Simpson and A. Gusta
Vlson was in fiotn the Line Creek
. iJtave mill Sunday and report every
thing in good shape in and around
S. W, Davis, our saddler, has returned
irom Tennessee, accompanied
'by his handsome half sister,
Wiss Lula Boleyn, who will spend
some weeks here.
Ourwhothy post-mistress, Mrs.
Cleo Brown, has been on the dick
list for the past week but we arc
pleased to see her back in the office
Livingston has the best barbers
in Kentucky. Mac Moore is
cflic orf the most gentlemanly behaved
colored men you will meet
in many d.y.s 'travel.
Conductors Hawkes, Gioves and
O'Day.of the K. C, have our
thanks for courtesies shown while
on their road. The K. C. have
good people in charge.
See "ad" 'to this issue of the
Weekly Enquirer which
is considered one of the best in the
Ohio valley. The Enqtrircr and
Signal for $1.35 The Enquirer
On Wednesday afternoon oui
boyhood frieud, N. M. Shumate, a
substantial farmer of the Brodhead
neighborhood, was married to
Mrs. Annie Durnion. May happiness
Let the people know that you
area candidate by making vour
announcement in the papers It
carries weight and often carries the
nomination. Don't forget the
Jam-s Wood, of Livingsta lost.
a and he advertised in the
Goto Williams' drugstore and
buy your wife a nice lamp.
Go to S. V. Prcwitt's with your
egjs and get the cash for them.
Tne weekly Cincinnati Enquirer
and the Signal one year
Go to Williams drugstore .and
buy a nice gold ling,. Necklace or
Williams' drugstore is headquarters
for Dolls, Tin and China
Toys for childicn.
S. G. Carson, of Livingston, and
Mac Moore, the barber, enrolled
their names (or our paper.
Fivaof lohn NcviLs children
have been admitted to the Masonic
Widow's and Orphans' Home.
11. J. Freeman has opened up
a family grocery store on East
Main and is doing a nice business.
Mr. and Mrs C. 1 Ware, of Somerset,
have been visiting Mrs.
Ware's mother, Mrs. E. Bdllock, of
Wantro Good men to sell
Lubi Seating Oil, Soap and Special
ties on commission. Addfcss
Traders Oil Co., Cleveland, O.
Crudup &Comp.inys quarry at
Laugford, has closed down (or the
Winter. They will open up on a
larger scale in the Spiiug. They
have an immense quarry and do a
Geo. Barclay, of the Conway
neighborhood, who was sent to the
penitentiary for nine months was
pardoned when a message was re
ceived of his wife's death. He had
almost served his time.
Tom Stewart, who bet against
McKinlcy carrying Kentucky, says
he has not lost as McKinley Jacked
one electoral vote of doing so. In
legal phraseology ih this not a
technicality that would hold good?
W V Jones, formerly of this place,
Is running a successful butcher
shop and restuarant at Pittsburg
He has two splendid shoemakers
sewing machines, Singer make,
for various kinds of work for sale
Come! come, everybody and sec
our immense stock of Xmas goods.
We will take pleasure in showing
you whether you buy or not. Our
ttock is too large to mention each
article. So come and see for yourself.
M. C. & .D. N. Williams,
T. Q Michael, who G, W. Morgan
had arrested in Loui ills and
brought here and jailed on the
charge of cmbczliug funds of the
firm of Moigan & Michael,
Livingston, was discharged
on his examining trial, Tuesday.
J. D. Franklin, for years a locomotive
engineer and lately of the
A. M.road at Altamout, has accepted
a position with the Cresent
Milling Company, Cynthiana, Ky.,
as traveling salesman. His headquarters
will be at Livingston
where he has rented property.
Peter Heron died at Brodhead
Wednesday of dropsy, and was
buried Thursday afternoon with
Masonic honors. The deceased
was for many years foreman of the
stone gang on the L. & N. and was
universally respected for his many
noble qualities as a citizen.
Logan DeBord, a son of Fred
DeBord, Hamlet, 111., who moved
from Rockcastle 22 years since
is visiting his aunt, Mrs Sue Mullins
and other relatives at Living
ston. Mr. DeBord , says 40,000
bushels of corn was raised on his
father's farm this year which is
selling at 15c a bushel.
We are determined to run the
best local county paper in the
mountains and as.ior that matter,
i" the State. We will have the
county news above all else and
'a sprinkling of general news
, sides. The encouragement we
have received is so flattering that
we have made arrangements for
I .1 rt n o n I V r r r ....11
i lauiu ll,wl i"iwiuW k.x.,, uuu vui
yisic every part of the county
and show the people what
xvc nro 1irrf. fnr do nnr T.nWc mi
job work before sending it from
Signal. Jim Hayes, at WiMie,
saw the Md f and notified Mr.!
Wood tint he had taken the
hotseup Advertise in the Signal be-to
reach the people.
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"4mw iruya me xreigui. xi
you want something nice in Furni
ture, or any useful present for
Christmas. Call on V. IF.
Wither tantorcl. At', YOU Can
uirnish your home complete with
aiets. chairs, wall paper, &c .31
Jeff Pennington is buying game
and payiiKj good prices.
tf&ull line of groceries at hot
tonTpridfcs, at II. J. Freeman's.
S. W. Davis can neatly repair
your shoes with an invisible patch.
Bring your hides to S. W. Davis
and get a high caah prtcc for them.
James Russell and Mrs Nannie-Head
were married at this place
Dressmaking by Mrs. A. Pennington
and daughter, near the
Baptist church. tf
lust think! S. W. Davis can fit
your horse in a leather collar f?r
Soc; No. 1 cloth collar 25c
Take your hides, feathers, ginseng,
yellow root and produce to
S. W. Prewttt. He pa s cash.
Manicure Sets, work vases, Cuff
boxes, Comb and brush sets, glove
boxes, etc at Williams' drugstore.
Parties from Dunkirk, N. Y., and
othci Eastern States, have ordered
our paper to gain information on
oil propects in Rockcastle county.
If you have any guttering, roofing,
and woik in that line don't
forget R. L. Salyers, of London.
He can give you satisfaction and
We will open about the 12th of
December the largest line of Xmas
goods ever brought to Mt. Vernon.
We very cordially invite the public
to call and sec our stock before
you buy elsewhere.
M. C. & D. N, Williams.
The highest market price paid
Eggs, per doz 15c
Chickens, per lb 4 to 5c
Turkeys, per lb 6c
Green hides, per lb 5 to 6c
Luther Warren, raised by Judge
Carter, of this place, now Superintendent
of line construction, etc.,
for W. U, telegraph over the L. &
N. road, passed up the line from
Livingston to Richmond. Saturday
Of course, we didn't let him escape
before adding his name to our already
big list of subscribers
To our Pittsburg friends we
would say if you will sec J. N.
Reynolds, engineer for the Pitts
burg Coal Company, he will tell
you what we are doing to run a
paper for the interest of the people.
He will take your subscription,
job work, etc. Mr. G. w Baker
W. C, Webb and R. CrRaudall
would also be pleased to talk
with you on the subject. All
friends to our paper,
Breck Graves, of Livingston,
seems to have struck a good thing
In 'his yard he has found three
mineral springs which ou being
tried have cured a number of persons
with various stomach diseases
apd other ailments. Mr. Graves
means to push the matter and see
rwhat there is in the various waters
by having them analyzed. Here's
hoping he may grow rich and the
people be healed. It is claimed by
several who have been afilcted that
they have been cured of troublesome
ailments by the use of these
The Signal is strictly a local
county paper and all the news that
we can gather through our able
corps of reporters, will appear in
its columns. Every one knows
what the politicts of the paper is.
Inasmuch as the campaign is ovei
we deem it best to lay aside partisanship
as far as practibleand work-to
the best advantage of all concerned
as we see it is for the bene
fit of the people irrespective of
party. When the uext campaign
is opened we will be ou deck and
give the lisst we have in our shop
for our side but continual harping
by a local paper ou the political
affairs doesn't eouu't for much, in
jour opinion, and therefore but lit
tle of it will appear until occasion
requires it thee we will jump ou it
with both feet. We are the people.
actual subscribers have
added their names to our list with
in the last sixteen days and more
are on the mourners bench. They
jttbt won't to dcrwithout it.
EJ1, a sotrof David Griffin, was
accidently shotaind killed by Chas.
Harris near Siuks, last night. No
we gained sixteen new subscribers
and lost one on account of sending
him a notice thr'ougb the post-office
that he was in arrears t. the paper
before we purchased it.
Sche ley Smith, a nephew of the
editor, of Cleveland, Va., after
visiting Kentucky relatives, left
mouda last for home, horseback,
a nice little animal which was
presented by his uncle J. T. Hackle
We will issue a Christmas
in addition to our regular
issue the 25th. , It will be mailed
so as to reach the offices in the
county onthc24. Advertising in
this sheet, which will be the same
size of the regular paper, (4 pages)
will bo charged for at the very low
rate of 25 cents per inch. Send us
See ali announcement of Wallace
Laswellfia candidate for sheriff.
He is au'oldUiiie Republican and
means to let 'everybody know that
he is a candidate and a man that
will give the" boys a pretty good
fight for tht&aommation for the
office of Sheriffs Our columns aie
open for other candidates of all
parties at 2.50 for each announcement.
We have jit received an elegant
line of fine jewelry, composed of
Baby Rings, Plain and Set Rings,
Breast Pius, buff Buttons, Scarf
Pius, Shirt Studs, Ladies' and
Gent's Watch Chains, Bracelets
and Necklaces. In fact, a full line
and we guarantee these to be gold
and give satisaction. Give us a
call, aud'examine our stock before
M. C. & D. N. Williams.
We hope that those who expect
to enter the Collegiate Institute in
the near luture, svill not wait until
the next term but enter at once or
at the close of the public schools.
.It ysr in giving, better
classification and we think it will
be better than to remain out of
school during the month which yet
remains of the first term. Our
progress depends in great measure
upon the pupils who come to us.
We appeal to the citizeus ard
friends of the school to give us your
Mt Vernon Local
Corrected each week by E. B. COX
dealer in Groceries, Hardware,
Shoes and produce
Butter . 12
Eggs . Hi 1.2c
Chicken v 4 1-2
FicsliPorlc if '"' G7
FnIiPork per ICO Bis .J.00
Beef iuMl 48
iiogs , H4lr
Cattle . j3 - 2
'B' -, (( S
IIWcs green. ' 4 1-2
Onions per lm - $i 00
I'otntocv, per Iju 40
Coin, per bu - Sfc So
Turnips P K 35
Beans, per bu fc 00
Apples, per bu " 75
Apples, dry 2M
Shipstuir, per 100 lbs, 75
Tuikeys, dressed, 10
on foot 8 1-3
Tnllou . 3
Steam Dye Works
I am now prepared to Clean and
Dye all kinds of Ladies and Gentlemen's
garments. Also ribbons,
feathers, silk and crepe shawls silk
waists, sua: aresses, &e. Fancy
colored silks and Gents' evening
suits cleaned to took like new by the
French Chemical Dry Process
If you need any of this kind of
work done call at MRS. MARTHA !
cry store, Mt Vernon, Ky is
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
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Alffcataro dUm. tuty
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, rrfl'JTflmn 'i i 'i in 111 nil hi t iM'ritiui((i'tii iitto unnitHU
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ting liieStomachs andBowels of
and Rcst.Contalns ncllhcr
OpiurriMorplunC nor Mineral.
yf use Seed
Vorn Seed -Clarified
Apcrfcctnemcdy for Constipation,
and LOSS OF SLEEP.
Pac Simile Signature of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
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DR. E. J. BROWN
Physician and Surgeon,
U'.T VERNON, MY
office over Williams' drugstore
UK. A. U. lKJVlULiL,
Physician and Surgeon,
MT VCRNOKi KY
OaiccXoith side Main sticet.
U' DR. W. B. PENNY, jJ
S u rg co n D c 11 tis t
Patrons from a distance given a lib- -'
cnufuscount ah wont guarameeti.
0 GW. McCLURE.
Attorney al Law,
All business enirustcd to my care
I will receive moniitt attention OlHcol
2nd floor new biicK on church fct.
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dayin January. Apiil. July and Oc!
CIRCUIT COUKT Scconrt Mondiy ,
Un February. Fouith Monday May
fnnd Third Monday in September VT
MT viursuN 1'CMU; COURT
1 Third Monday in each month. .0.
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Located at the DepotS
A Good Livery r Attached.
Meet all Trains, Day and Night.
Traveling Men and Railroad
; men Solicited. Will fur
nish lunches on all Trains.
Subscribe tho SIGNAL
only 1.00 a year.
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'1 net cold la bulk. DcaftsnHo7 auyeno to cell
anything ow o th )' c: yicnlao that it
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South and West
Pullman Palace Sleepersj
I Louisville to
Only change to points in
homes on the line of this
tnnrl will rprvMvn cnppiol rntp ...
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W,for rates, routes etc., write I
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u Louisville, Ky,
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(J M Complete Stock, Low Prices.
1 Vr Jacob Sambrook,
W j? amily Groceries.
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Mt. Vernon, Ky. 4i
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