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Mt. Vernon Signal,
Fkh . v, January 22, 1897
Published every Friday by
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Wcmc r.ithorizetl tonniiouucc
1 ALLACE LASWELL
I nm n unicllilate'fur Sheriff ofj itoieastlc
county, h iltjtct to the notion of the
"Vc nivautliouVi'd to nnnounvo
As a eiimlhhitu for Jailer of Hock castle coun
ty hiihji'ct t' the notion of the Republican
We mo authorized to announce
C. M. CUMMINS,
As n e.imliil.itofor hherift" of Ilockcastle
county xnhjcct to the notion of the
Itepubllt sin party.
..AVenre .itithorized to uuuounce
IV. A. B. DAVIS
As 11 candidate for Suiieiiiitendcnt of School
of Rockciutlo county, subject to t!iu action
.of the l!eiiihlicdti primary
AVc n 0 i.utlioricd to I'linouncc
As n candidate 'for Assessor of I'.ockcnstlj
county, subject to the action of the
jicun im ;y.
Senator-elect Money has written
Consul General Lee asking wheth
er General Lee calls Senator-elect
Money a liar in the Pickwickian
or the Virginia sense.
Mark Hanna has landed
in the White House -and Sherman
in the State Department, but
Bushnelland Foraker doubt if even
Hanna has the power to lift himself
into the Senate.
Hon. John W. Yerkes., of
Danville, has been appointed a
member of the Swell Reception
coinmittie, the second in importance
'in flle'inauRUttri ceremonies of
Dave Steinback, of McGhee's
SpitiK, Carlise county, is the poss
essor of a freak of nature in the
shape of a calf having thiee well-
developed nostiils and three eyes.
The calf appears lo be healthy, and
bids fair to live.
Senator Walcott is eating sixteen
good dinners in London to one that
he would have enjoyed in Wash
utgton, and his belief in the vast-
nessand strength of the 16 to
sentiment grows with each glass
of champagn drunk,
Over in Madison county the
Republicans arc trying to fuse with
the sound money Democrat s in
order that they (the Republicans)
may capture the county offices. It
also, seems that they are trying to
rdo the same thing at Owensboro,
Albert Willis, United States
Minister to Hawaii, is dead. He
was a Kentuckian-his home being
at Louisville. He died in Honolulu
of pneumonia, about the first of the
month. His remains are on their
way to ' this country, having left
Honolulu 011 the 13.
Col. Sam J. Roberts, Republi
can State Chairman, called on
President elect McKiuley, Monday
last. Col. Roberts wants the
at Lexington, and if Mr.
McKiuley stands by the rule: "To
the victor belongs the spoils" then
Col. Roberts is pretty dead sure to
get the office for his lalor in the
Reports come from Cub.t that
the Cubans have defeated the Spaniards
in sever.il engagements dur
ing the past week and that they,
(the Cubans) are in sight of the
gates of Havain. Mark our prediction:
that the time is not far
distant, when the brave, and gallant
Cubans will drive every "Don"
into the o.'can. or his blood
will fertilize Cuban soil.
Preaching here Sunday next.
Sunday School at the Christian
Church is on a boom.
Mrs. Nora Anglin is on tho sick
list at this writing, .
Moses Anglin was here from
Jim Morri? of Middle Fork is vis
iting relatives at this place.
Mrs. Nora McGuire visited rela
tives at Clover Bottom last week.
Miss Ella Phillips was the guest
of her sister Mrs. Dooley Suturday
John Sinithers and Miss Ada
Tarpie were united in matrimony
Messrs. gcott and Liiiard Mali-
cote of Madison county are visiting
On last Sunday Isaac Rector and I
Hays Smith fell out, a good many
shots were fired but no one hurt,
further trouble is expected.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Johnson
gave the young folks a social Friday
night all reported a nice time.
Mr. Matt Ballaid, ol Cooks-burg
was the guest of his- sister
Mrs. Clark Saturday and Sunday.
Everett Watson is convalescent.
Mrs. T. R. Cass has quite a time
with La grippe.
Dr. J. R. Clark has been very
sick ior some days.
The health of the town Is very
good, only one case of fever.
Rev. Farrer will preach at the
Christian Church here Sunday.
Wui. Francisco moved into his
new house near the Methodist
L. C. Drake General Agent
Union Central Life Insurance Co.
is with us.
Greenville Evan's child took
very ill while visiting relatives in
Wj G. Tharp will soon have
completed Martin & Protheroe's
fine two story store house.
Lester B. Hilton the sprightly
son ol J. H. Hilton is spending a
few days with his grand father J. E.
Mrs. A, J. Pike is improving
slowlv. Drs. Eugene Brown, of
Mt. Vernon, and Benton of this
place, attending physicians.
I was surprised Sunday when I
drove out in the N. W. part of town
to find that the people were absolutely
building houses faster than
they were clearing the timber off.
John Robins has bought half interest
in the Albright Drugstore.
They will increase the stock of
drugs and carry a full line of fancy
and toilet articles. Come on there
is room lor more.
Rev. Mahoney preached his farewell
sermon at the Baptist church
Sunday. We regret very much
that the church could not secure
Bio. Mahoney's services for another
year as he is a very able minister
and one that most every one learned
M G. Aldridge, of Garrard coun
ty, has rented the residence of J. E.
Woodyard aud will move to it
about Feb. 1st. He will also en
gage in some kind of business here.
In behalf of the town we extend a
hearty welcome to all such men as
Some petty thief stole a tray of
shoes from B. F. Weller, traveling
salesman, fortunately they were all
for the same foot. The thief might
have been posted on stealing but
knew but little about the shoe business.
We think when the next
graudjury sils we will get i id of a
few such characters as that.
For Infants and Children.
Biutsri C&Sfi U enry
Matct T n in ii i .-..,- i ii ,..,,,,..-. .., .,, , , ,
..Mrs. AnnaEhnoiel as luii cr
sick for a few days.
Judge McClure, or Ml. Vernon
was in town Tuesdny.
Editor Maret, of Mt. Vernon,
wrs in town Monday.
W. C. Mullius made a short trip
to Mt. Vernon, Sunday.
Miss Annie Melton has letumed
home from King's Mountain.
Givens Terril. of Paint Lick,
was here Friday on Business.
Mrs. Sallie Miller, of Stanford. W
the guest of Mrs. A. N. Bently.
Miss Fannie Reddof Crab Or
chard, is visiting her Aunt. Mi, 3
B. B. King, ofMorelaud, visitiB
his daughter, Mrs. E. FishbacR,
Miss Ella Joplin went to Mt.
Vernon Saturday, to visit relatives
A. T. Tucker, wife and daui
ter, of May wood, are guests of Mrs
Russel Dillion. '
Dr. Joseph Pettus, of Crab Or-!
chard, is here visiting his sou, Lon '
Pettus aud family. J
W. E. Garrot, who was repoited
sick with Typhoid fever, is ablit to
resume work again. '
Mrs.-John Mullins went to
Friday to see her sister llrs.
Al Pike who is very sick.
Supt. Martin and chief Train
Dispatcher Sheridan, of L. &K. R.
R. Co. were at W. R. Dillons' .Friday.
Miss Lee Deering of Spri jijfield
Kentucky, who has been the est
of Mrs, Will Stark has retmhe'd
home. . J
n! WH.,cn T
uui wuwuhii age go years, aa was
one of our first settlers, and pipoaly
the oldest man in the county
A. W. Stewart hasjgo.toAYns
mfri rr Vtucitineb I
VW VS UUJitiCbJi
Bert Hayes will move Jiis shop
from this place to Brodhead." Jt
Mr H Bishop, of this place, has
gone to Corbin on business.
Mart Jones, of Conway, was in
our town one day last week.
Win, Smith, our section foreman
erected by Mrs. Ann Philips.
Edgar Hayes has been at-home
for a few days with a sore hand.
W. D, Kelton, of ComvayS spent
Sunday with his 1)rotjierf , this
place. " ' ft,
Jones Fishe's little boy Willie
who has been sick for some1 time is
Miss Jocie and Joe Wood spent
Saturday and Sunday at home.
Win Smith, our section foreman
has moved to Wildie, in- a new
house erected by Mrs. Mary Phillips.
Miss Synthia and James, Hayes
who are attending College atBerea,
were at home Saturday and Sunday.
We understand that Mr and Mrs
T II Franklin will leave soon for
their home in North Carolina.
TO THE j i '
Mt Vernon :
Mt. Vernon, Ky
I . -K . ivyl . tTA
Steam Dye Works
I nin now'prepaied to Clean-and
Dye all kinds of La'dies and Gen-,
iff men's ganineuts. " Also ribbons,
feathers, silk and crepe shawls, sitc
waists, silk dresses, ore. vancy
coloied silks and Gents' evening
suits f leaned to look like nexv by the
French Chemical Dry Process. .
If you need any of this kind of
work done call at MRS. MARTHA
GRIFFIN FRANKLIN'S Millinery
stoie, Mt, Vernon, Rj , She is
Mt Vernon Local
Corrected each week by E. B. COX
dealer in Groceries, Hardware,
Slices and produce
Chickens . 4 1-2
I'rcsh Poik 07
Fruit Poik per ICO lbs J.00
Beif , ' .
sr - .1
Onions purlin Ji 00
l'otatoe, per bu u
Com, per b ,"o
Beans, per bu 1 U0 ,
Apples, perbu "o
Apple?, dry . -1-1
Shipstufl', per 100 lbs 75
Tuikeys, diesscd 8
" on foot 5
or women to travel for lcsponsible established
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WILBUR R. SMITH. PRESIDENT,
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Awartlxir 3Ici!sl nml IJIploi.in at V"orld'i
Uxno'ltlon (or Ucol:.l.Pcplii2, etc.
A Tlioroiinl:, Enlluvntlin r.i.i ironoieU
Collcsc lluniliiMti ot btuUinti.ln ultondaucc
tlio jinnt year, friiu 2) stato",
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Binlnu AriHiirctle, lvnnianaalp, CoramtiLlnl
Law, Merchnn ,i inc. U;.il;lni?, Jclnt
Mnmifjcmrli ; 'ooturei. Piac.lcc,
Norcautlln ( r. nonilnco. etc.
Cost or Ttili Uin:t(vi Csntu, Including
Tuition. frfHlonrrjr aud Uo.ird lu a family,
litiortlir.tKl. Typeurillnir aiU Velrcrupb?
nro opcclnlticnt lmo npuclal tenclitra anj
rooms, and can bo tr.Uen nlono or vvltli the llutl
Bpeclal rtopartment for ladlci.
demand for our eraduatciln
illtrcrent di'iirtt:i,ut I cf tula College Ills ex.
rvSSRl"?.tl!H,.I?y." th. 'oration of Prof. Sniltli'a
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WILBIJFJ B. SK1TH, Loxinytor, Ky. '
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I havenioved my Millinery aud Dressmaking to our residence on
j. iiyjur avenue in weal pari ui iuwii uuui luu hkh .unfiia.. iuuiv.i. injr
lady friends of town and county are invited to call. I can .also sell you
Furniture of any kind. Au elegant line of Carpets, Mattings, Chairs,
&c, to select from. Call aud see them.
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IN CONNECTION WITH CENTRE COLLEGE.
Fall Session Opens September i, 1896.
Academic, Intermediate, aud
"Worlc for Teachers.
J. C. McCLARY
to Also dealer in HARNESS.
- - KENTUCKY
Telegraph Orders promptly attended
SADDLERY &c. 2otf
For Everything in
Dry Goods, Clotliing, Boots and Shoes
He will give you better bargains than can be secured lanywhere.
CASKETS AND COFFINS-
Dp you appreciate the prvilege of buying the
above lines of goods at factory prices.
The name WITHERS, stands foi fair dealings
and low prices Others quote low prices,
WITHERS more than quotes them. We
make the prices low in order to protect you
- , against installment houses, and high priceo
W. W. WITHERS. -
Collyer & Go
. BRODHKAD, KY.
Monuments, Tombstones, and work of all kinds in that
lino done on short notice at the lowest rates write for estimates
will send a man to you to make estimates and give
II. H. IIAMM, Salesman.
of Lime and brick.
They also furnish Lime, Building
Stone, either quarry face or cut.
Orders promptly filled.
H. B SP.RATT,
and PAPER HANGER,
Wit. Uernon, K y.
J3cst work at reasonable
prices. Consult mo for 'estimates
F. FRANCISCO, Propr.
Located at the DepotSgggow
A Good Livery. Attached.
Meet all Trains, Day and Night.
Traveling Men and Railroad
men Solicited, Will f'ur
nish lunches on all Trains.
Subsonbo for the SIGNAL
1 00 ft yeai.
My new shop is on Taylor Avenuf
near the Baptist church.
JJS?I expect Cash for Cash horse
Kept of all sizes and different
styles. Cloth Covered Draped
Caskets, Robes, Linen Bosoms,
Cuffs and Collars,
All orders by telegraph
promptly aitontledto day