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IP MOUNTAIN SIGNAL
.Jfl'.MUiSWW
JMju das. K. Baker is very sick.
Our ppoplQ nro now all busy; cither
peeling tan-bark, farming or logging.
About, a week ago James E. Ferrill
went to tbc bouse of Henry Kainey
,and took therefrom one suit of clothe?
and one pair of Congreas skoes, Mr.
Rainey offers $25,00 reward for hiB
delivery to McKcejaiL Good people
would do wel,L to look out for him
IIc i'b a deed bent. Has sandy colored
hair, blue eyed, fair, sink ia kit cheek
cauaod by tooothacho, vo feet nine or
ton inches high, spare made, short
Bandy muataehe, tolerably bad
.tenance and a .aativo of Tenneaeo.
jAbout five or six years ago he married
a step-daughter of Jasper Rick ells.
iRicktlls lives between Mt.;JVerwm
.and Purcell school Yo wiito
,this in tho interest of all good citizen
who may come in contact with him.
FLBASANT VAlilET
Died, on the 26th, Babe McPheraon,
,of consumption.
Prospects for tfrujt aw good, prpvid
.ed the catapillara don't eat the trees.
Mrs. Jane Parson and Mrs. Lily
Taylor wcro visiting Mrs. T. Fish
Friday.
David Robinson has moved to tho
liouse vacib d by We. Proctor, on
Wm. McNew's iiirm.
Charley Ilolaway has rented and
and moyed to tho house whers Jasper
Rickels formerly lived, on Anderson
Proctor's farm.
There will bo preaching :n the
, month of May at tho following t iraes
and places by Rev. Jas. M. Chesnut:
On tho first at Calloway
at 11 o'clock a. in.; on the second
al Macedonia at 11 o'clock a. m.;
at 3 o'clock p. m. the same day at the
Cove school-house; a tho the third at
Kingston Vulley t)il o'clock nf w&
on the fourth at iba Chesnut Eidgo
church at 11 o'clock a. m.
, Col. Dan S. Lamont has beon elect
ed Secretary of tho New York Land
and Improvement Company.
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In a collision between two freight
trains of the Cincinnati Southern road,
near Gleninary, Tenn., Wednesday,
two men were killed and another fatally
injured,
v JThree strikers wero fined $500,,
$100Jand$25respcctivelyat Pittsbu'rgi
ytsierday, for contempt of court in
iuttji faring with workmen who ere
mu'.tr protection of the law.
Charles E. "Woudruff, formoly Secre.
tary of the Republican Club of New
Britain,.Conn, has confossed to having
forgo! papers to the amount of
40,000 on various State banks. He
tried to do business without capital,
and resorted to crime to S3C ure the
necessary money.
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Charles C. Reid a young lawyer,
, and James Lucas, a prominent business
man, both ot Morrilton, Ark., have
been convicted at Little Rock of inter,
feriug with the judges at the
Ark. election last November,
and will be sentenced to-morrow. The
result of the trial created a profonud
Sensation. Recent ovnts indicate that
had these men been Indiana Re-'
publicans, they would never have been
convict e,d. , t
O C 28 NOT AFFOaD.
At this season of tho yearto be
without :i good reliable diarrhoea
balsam in tho house, &3 cramps, colic,
diarrhoea una all inflammation of the
stenuch and Iwwtlt are exceedingly
daneeroua it not attended tottt otoce.
One bottle of Beees' Diarrhoea Balsam'
will do more good in cases of this kind'
lhan any other medicine on earin. v e
guarantee it. S O. Davis, Druggist.
AAvlee to if others,
lbs. WnriMWs SooiHmaflxauf (houMklwa'ra
be xwcA when children wo cuttirg teth. It
itproduotaiutur!,
quiet slcp, and thelittls eltcrabnwttkeilti "briflit
M u button." It la rtrr cloaiant ir, teite. It
oothoa tbc child , Bottom the poms, alUyi M pain,
"Could you give a wan a lift?" k-,
ep a man at tha dor of
'in. office building. "Jertaily; .fjike
the.elovatar at the end ol the hall."
Containing njnoral: 4Vecn,'t you
knocking at the r:ido door a moment
ago?" iquired St. Peter as he cau
tiously opened tho main entrance.
Yc,sir." u
"Well yeu catft ca in. We
have bo use for people who frequent
side doors." Epoch.
A fair Division of Labor. Employer
(to new clerk) "This package
of money you'r,c.juat counted .is two
five-dollar bills short."
New Clerk -"Hew do you know?!
You said yeu hadn't counted the,
money.",
"I said that to tost your hoaeity.
I hardly know what to do about it."
"I can help you eat; you take me
into partnership, and I'll do tho steal
ing for the firm and you do the lyingj
and wo 11 make thisgu hum. Texw
Siftiuge.
Yilliamsburg Drug Co:
Qcutlomen. About one month ago
I felt run down and experienced a Ions,
of appetite and my energy began to
flag. 1 took one bottle of Hav.is' Iron
Tonic prepared by you and at once noticed
a great improvement and change
lor tne better, and by the time 1 bad
nmsnea tne nottje my appetite was
completely restored and felt in my
ual good health. 1 .take great pleasure
iu reccommending this preparation
to those needing a touio.
"Very truly, N. P. Smith
Williamsburg, Ky., Dec. 1J, 1888.
B. C. DaviB, Agent.
ihiaiubuigh Dug Co.
Gentlemen: I have used a bottle ot
your Keet'e Specific and am so well
pleased with itseflects, that I feel it
my duty to tell you so and recommend
it to others. 1 find that it improved
my appetite and removed till sluggishness
of feeling, and also improv my
complexion, it is the best blood
rifier that I have ever used, and I
cheerfully recommend it to those who
are in need of a irood blood nuriiier.
I ' Yjurir truly,- - J. fe.
Williamsburg, lty.,Dec. 11, 1889
S. C. Davis, Agent-
THPI XTJUTnEMB 10OKIKO
Probably no one thing has caused such
general revival of trade at M. C &D,N.
Williams rugstore as their giving away
to their customers of so many free trial
bottles of Dr. King's New discovery
for Consumption. Their trade is Bimply
enormous in this very valuable article
from tho fact that it always cures aud
never disappoints. Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Group, and all
throat and lung diseases quickly cured.
You can test it before buyiug by getting
a trial bottle free, large size SI. Every
pottle warranted.
EPOCH. . .;
The transition from long, lingering
and painful sickness to robust heltb
marks, an epoch in the life of the
Such a remarkable ovent is
treasured in the memory and ibe agency
whereby the good health has been at
taiued is gratefully bleesed. Hence it i
that so much is heard in praiee ot
Electric Bitters. So many feel they owe
their restoration to health, to the use
of the grate Alterative and tonic, if you
are trouble with vny diseas of Kidueys,
Liver, or stomach, of long or short
standing you will surely find relief by
use of Electric Bitters. Sold at SOc
and 1$ per pottle at M. C. & D. N
William's Drugstore.
NERVOUs"l)EBILITY
A gentleman having been cured o
Nervous Projtration, Seminal Weak
Premature Decay, aud all the
evil effects of early indiscretion and
youthful folly, is anxious to make
known to others the simple mode of
SELF-CURE. To those who wi'bIi,
and will give him their he
will send (free) by return mail, u copy
onthereciepe so fruccessfully used in
his case. Addrss, in confidence,
James W.Pinkney, 42 Cedar St., N.
Y- 8yl,
'1 r ' WHY IS IT
That people linger along always
febout that continual tired feeling
Ono'botfio of Boggs' blood purifier and
blood maker will entirely remove this
feeling, give them a good appetite and
regulate digestion. S. C, Davis,
Neuralgic Persons
And those troubled with ncryouSnoii tMuttln
ror diarrhoea, whether riiltitf fro tetttkor I MSVCWtVB xron UiMcrB, nuin
MbKoauKs. TTrtBtTo otsu a bott UUUadtiafttktndcroucdrKlUiMonwrtppcri
W. H. JACKSON
& CO.,
FEED AND
Sale Stable,
London, !&u., ,
Good turnouts . and saddle horses al
ways for' hire on reasonable terms
nondon is the most 'Convenient poin
Lo the railroad from which to reach
points in 'the Mountain Section.
L.&N.
Louisville & Nashville R R..
THROUGH TUUXK LINE
soimi& WEST
WITH
Pullman Palace Sleepers,
JL onisville
to Aauviii
Atlanta.
Montgomery,
Little Book
Mobile and New Orleans.
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Only one ct.nnge to point' In
Arkansas and Texas.
I decking liomoi uu tue Una ot tnin load will
pecini raies.
MTSee Agenti of ihl , Company tor rates, routi
tic, or writs
T. ATMOR ,G.P.i J
LouUr Me,
"W . W. PENN,Trav. Pass. Apt.,
Juntion City, Ky
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GOYEIS MESSENGER '
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UND ERTAKER,
MT. VERNON, KY..
Keeps fine Coffins, Caskets, Robes,
Linen Bosoms, Cuffs and Collars. Al-o
a full line of hand-made coffins,
trimmed and covered either in velvet
or cambric to suit parties. Price
reasonable. Orders by teleprnph
promptly attended to day or night. 20
Will mnkctilftprpKPiit season at my stable
(lip)- was Mml Iwilanrv Heed.
Pkwohkb or ll.MtRV Hki;i: MohaxvV
waby old Mohawk, he by Lonj,' Island Black
HiiwK and lie by Andrew Jackn Andrew
Jackon'. darn was a M nungcr ni.tru by Imported
Mct'nej. Andrew Jackson ""Was
hired by Haliaw, Jr., be by Imported liaoh.iw
jrohawk'1, dam was i tonorch
Slonnrcli UN grand dam wn an
Arabian Marc. Harry ltced trotted inpHl
lie for a inire making a record of 2;i8. JIi
private re 'rd as i:24
I will nlxo stand at the same ))lace
croHiisr LirTisrnsr
He was sired by the Lvnn.Tnck at Stanford,
Kv, Agc4 year, 10 hands high.
Tkkms: For lioie $.i,00 to insure ncolt
4 months old. For Jack 0,00 to insurciA
colt 4 months old. All care taken to provcilt
accidents out not Mionld they
occur. , E. M. DI5NNY
20 Level reen, Ky
season duo when mare-is purJdd'wlVh. EM D
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nay stallion, in nanus nign, lOaiect .pwi m
1880. UN dam Ity Gray 5 -''l Ato"
by copper liottom. -..-., ,,' ',"
lie was sirjtl by rfcsenge'r Chief, Jr., by
.uchsenger ciuei sire oi raua ?
Jicssemrcr. 2 Id
1-4: Ikt (Ijiu .TdiimIq 'trv Klinn": I'd (him bv
Mambrino 3Icsecr ; .'Ird dam )v iiambrino
CI icf ; 4th dim byimp. Napoleon ;'Btli dam
by Tempest; Otlr dftiirbv Tiger': 7th dam bj
by Darnabj M Dfoirtcdb Stb dam bv Cannon'h
Whip; llth itun by ghhipV Paragon.
Chief was' idled by Abdallah Plot;
Is dam by Mum'bvlno Mcsvngcr ; 2d dam
bv Mambrluo chief &(', life shed Maud Mi
Henger record 2 iO 1-4; wbl 2 2t 1-4; Mane'
2 28: Manntiip 2U 1-4 llo"bert II., record 2'',-trial
2JI4 !i-i, other fust ones. .
Abdalhdi I'ilotiWHrt wtrbrt by AluxjAdcri
; 1st ilain liuHnda by MambYino Chlff.
nc sired Piclird 218 1-1, ued illin And other
AleNiindfr'i'Aballab ((foil of ItiSdjk'
siro Dexter 2 17 W0. llo sired
(ioidsmitli maid 2 14; Major Kdsall 2 29, wlD
in turn bitvd Itobert Mccregor 2 17, sire Ot
Uonnic McCrcgorsr 1G &c. &c.
St. V!liTin. record 9 ilf). wne sirnil llV Alov.
ander's (lam said to baby ltfifl'. Uel-'
rounder, .vc. '
Alumurino uiuei, tne stroof ine second dam
of Meseiicgcr Chief, Jr., nfred the gyeaf Lady
'rhorne 2 18 1-4, rtndMambrino l'atdtrti, lio
in turn sired London 2 201-4, unci in
2 80 and better audalso sired the flams of (iuy
Wilkes a 15 1-2. Baron Wilkes 2 18 and the
dams of 15 others with records of 2 30aud better
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.. He will stand thayscason of 1888 at our
Stiiblo In crab Orchard at
lO TO iNiUME A LIVING OOX.T
We will also stand our Jack,
Black John,
due when mro In parted with . 1
ill tr. A CUKTIS GO VH.
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