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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain signal. — 24 February 1888

0 TT'V in i matrimony, he aays he has one hone and will soon have another. Joe is also a candidate at the same house. Look out boys we can't tell which one will get off. . iir. 2v. nnr niin & iiiuo ludiu libblrsuu duiuuhu i.tf liiik a;.jh r tpb i w ir. .w t rK " - - ijifi mi. ,i -. i .. . CI "5JCii,Msf . - fr ' M 1 . i' &f lV 1 M,.Y t - iofiP i .1 . : L"li Wr i ., .ij , -ft,,. . 3F V, .; 4! Tiie Moimtam Signal : , - -yr Volume 1. MOUNT VERNON KY, FRIDAY, FEB. 2& 1888. Number 10. tt 1 i t. YS lit. U , , fc It I A" v'v "Vt f 'J SV y l i7 3' DR. A. G. LOVELL, Physician and Surgeon, MOUNT VERNON, KY, Office Korth side of Main St. rr J.J. BROWN, M. D., Physician, Main Streeft MOUNT VERNON, kY. , Call nt roHlcflice, ' or residence back of jail. S (V&AVIS, '.' Physician arid '" tendentof Schools, mount Vernon . - Kentucky Olflco.frfBt doorHclbw Whitehead's drug store. Hau'ng Wdo atopecialtotudy of children, I ahi now prepared to treat them after the latest and most approved...

Publication Title: Mountain Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain signal. — 24 February 1888

VL ti . t i The Mountain Signal. Publlshod Evory Friday. MT. VERNON. - KENTUCKY SCHOOL-HOUSE ON THE HILL. On a windy height of u country roari, The stood. In teeth o' thoWnst; Summer and winter It thiverud unit croaked, In tlm wildest gulo that liurtled past. Summer and winter, its front to the ncrth, Unshuttered l.y trees from cloudless sky; "While tho urchins played in sand or snow, In track o' the wheels, as teams went by. The clumsy old blackboard, the rusty stove, The whittled benches, tho traps forllics. .And thu books on tho master's inky desk I see them all when I shut my ejes. AVo lived in n world of our school-days then "I'm up r.t tho head! I spelled that way!" Ro proud of our victories, wo could faco The Otfro of Composition Day! And wc learned (to bo suro wo learned) to parse, Ciphered our sums, or wc felt the rule, And spoko a piece in our starchiest clothes When trustees came to visit tho school. Like the gladiators in brave, old Home, Soldiers besieging a 'leaguered ...

Publication Title: Mountain Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain signal. — 24 February 1888

rll -:' r 1 ' M 11 ,'- Meai MORRILL'S GREAT SPEECH. As It Was Overlioiiril by W. A. CrofTut, During Kohounml. Text: "It Is our duty, it sroms to tne, to retain the rovenuo tux on tobacco nnd alcohollo spirits, onilTCduco tho tariff on tho laborer's clothing, food nnd other neccsiitios of lire." Orovtr Cleveland. (Senator Morrill, of S Vermont, tho fatlior of - tho Senate, will riso in wsrjs 11 his seat with the above text in his hand, and cltingly romaric) : Reform is demanded, as all will allow; Tho Surplus is big and tho burdon is heavy; Tho Revenue must bo diminished, but how Dopends on tho of taxos wo lovy. All I have hinted at during the Session As sources from which it should come, MlRht be conveyed in tho simple expression: "Spare Tobacco und Rum!" (Chorus by Sherman, Edmunds and -Fryc, whllo tho orator waltzes gracefully up and down the aisle) : Slap all the tax on poor folks' backs, Dut spare Tobacco and Rum I Tho grades of Tobacco, as all will allow. Arc vital essentials o...

Publication Title: Mountain Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain signal. — 24 February 1888

J ') -"V u l Ty I T Jfl MILLINERY. Uro..3I, K. JJrown. nt tliol'oitofflci', keeps in Stock a moo line ol tli,) lutcttt htjlis in aXilliiici3' Goortw Dive licr a r.ill, Satisfufion fliiai.tnlcril HTrv,i,TmfirTi?r77mT!iiJrl''li,'"g"wnTr.vfyvrBtTyavrmrTi kolisale. At llio close of iho Comtnisionci's' snleon Monday Febru ry tho 27th, ISSS, I will sell 1 1 (he highest bidder, the tract of. hind known ns the "TOWN HILL" farm, near 31 1. Vernon, Is v., iitid contain from 100 to 112-") aciesol lar.d. about M) acres under fence. Terms liberal to good pary. .Iamin II. Oni;i! Xiaud 3Fr Sale I have placed in my hards s'mie of the choir c3t mineral hinds in Kentucky- Parties thiuking of inu'st iug will do well to addreps mo boforo purchasing. I make this a specialty. V. A. OWENS, K)tf London, Ky, FOR SALE. Evergreen Cottage, situated on old Main Street. A very desirable private Ve3ideuco with outbuildings and c Price low. J. E. Alli:n, lomS Mt. Vkrxon, Ky. V. II. JACKSON & CO., FEED AND Sale...

Publication Title: Mountain Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain signal. — 24 February 1888

i , ,-- -M t " M3I& ' jpiw im nw MiMfwomni BLACKSMITH SHOP, Near Railroad Depot, MOUNT VERNON, KY. HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY, Thomas Taylok. Mt. Vernon MI If Ii Partnership Notice. 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, VancierpooL House, 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...

Publication Title: Mountain Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain signal. — 24 February 1888

I ; P V li: I p ' 7 r '! A v 1 -,-' u A s vV "W, -- .fe..M 4 I v - J A? The Mountain Signal. Publlshoci Evory Friday. MT. VERNON. - KENTUCKY HAST THOUGHT? Hast thought, O friend, how many, long, sweet yeurs V two liuvo journeyed kindly on together, O'er smooth uml stony ways, with smiles and tears, 'Xcath cloud and sun, In every kind of weather? Ifnsl thought one day our fellowship must Our kir.dred ways at last will go asunder? And one ho upward led to perfect peace, And one he left to weep und wait and wonder? Haht thought one happy day what welcome sveot Shall angels hear who guard the Heavenly portal? And how thenceforth ourundlildcd feet Shall walk the shining hills of Life Immortnl? Jemoreal'a Monthly. MRS. BUTTERPAT'S CALL. How a Lucky Attack of Chills Mndo All Thluprs Right. Little Mrs. Boerum, married at seventeen to a formal gentleman in the white goods trade, with a vast idea of liis own importance as a landed proprietor, who inherited his place out of town from his grand...

Publication Title: Mountain Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain signal. — 24 February 1888

t jf VVV J . t' ,' f O FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Do not feed too much corn to laying hens, but feed u good meal of it during severe weather, as it is the best material known for promoting warmth. Do not iill u kerosene lamp quite to the to, or the oil will feed up the wick and run over the outside, ready to per-i iiimo the hands of the iirst poison who touches it. Milium) that is (as it will sometimes do when the heap is Very largo) should bo turned over, as the hunting proeons, if allowed to coiw tinue, may cause a lo.s of ammonia. The tendency of lime is downward, and when applying it tho best mode would bo to broadcast it over the surface of tho ground and allow it to so 'n0n:iu until ready for .spring plowing. Hominy Pudding. One cup of boiled hominy, one ami a half pints of milk, three eggs, one tablospoonftil of butter, ono cup of sugar. Pour into buttered pudding di&h, and bake twenty minutes. . Sunlight is as essential to animal as vegetable life. Pl'sicians say tho number of ...

Publication Title: Mountain Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain signal. — 24 February 1888

: K 4l rf'S '.W ' 1 SS& n v m m w 'it,' XK V r ' ' ijyv .. , r J : hIm -Dl 1 1 k J!a.' " , ZS.i$Sz: STiJm A w Hts r ' xn N t SkT, "ssf MOUNTAIN SIGNAL ARIIIVAL OF TRAINS, Day Mail Nortli 12:1 v ra Day Mail South 2.'39p m Night Em)1cs8 North 12:d3 a m NightExprcss SoUtli 12:43 a m Ibcnl Freight North 4:12 p. m Locnl Fi eight South 9:87 a. m The Local freights carry passengers, wMi. tickots, between Rowland and London. JAS. JIAItET, Agent. CLOSING OV MAILS, Mail closes flitecn minutes before train a hi due. For Loci Orcon. lp. in. Tuosday and Satuulnys, Night mail closes at (i p, m tl'ostoiiiio open ncm lo y a. m. ammay. MBS. M. E. imOWN, T. M. fM GOUftT DIREfrxORK 7nooKOAsxxJ3 cintiniT coujit ' - mU f t ) T. 2 Morrow, of rulaqld'CV Coininoiiwcalth's clon.'of Gnrraad Co ' J u Cleric W M Fish .- , ' ;.- Master ComniiBiouer J K McGlary Jury?Fmid, S L Whitcad , . rmti .-l - - L.- i -... T finio oi noumig jopiui, bccuuii .lutmayaiu Jntmaty niMJjtlugnst, ' 4 ;'ftsrL cquiit Judge r D Co...

Publication Title: Mountain Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain signal. — 3 May 1889

1 Fver. 3 V W ..& .if fl -(- ,. J' v CSStJ.! V? fujn - :.. V li . ,.' ' i- - v li W rHMik ii' Y6bum A .,., ,.v- - v"m vU "S" IBqbBeU ihappjr fathw. J. W, Brown, is in lionjivillt. R. A. Brown is abjlo to. walk about. h ty, Qatronhaf movtd', to pmer apt. . J,. (lHtok" , Stephens . w - . - hts . . be , b on the (tiek hut. sMrs. Fiokns riwi pension of l . ... ' S50,UU. "Hud" jlliftma if imprttla j? as in plug operator. ji Joe. 8. Joplin is.in Islington at tending the race. Mrs. Iee Arndty has.returned home slightly improved. Kaoe Mjller has eharga.5f tqlefraph ofice at Sinks. Henry . Braniman J is quite siqk, with Gno. Hpwjdlfcas stayed. from .Livingston ta.thii .( place. . . i' RecderKtbe man, passed down to Bnrbourville Sunday, .v Jeff Huffaker, oi Louisville was talking up goodn liere yeiteday. Willis Adams sad wife, of Garrard, are visiting relative b in tkii county. Jittle Miss Sallie Lintoa, of Louis Hillr, lavishing her grandmethcr here. ..Misfl May Miller haa been pres ejte...

Publication Title: Mountain Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain signal. — 3 May 1889

The Mountain Signal. i Publlshod Evow Friday. MT. VERNON, : KENTUCKY. BANANA PLANTATIONS. -. Tlio Onco I)rn)lnil Vrnlt Now n .Source of Im oine. Tho bmiiiiui and the plantain have always formed ono of the staple foods of tropical countries. Improved communication and an ever-increasing demand for the banana here, gave, some fourteen years ago, a gruat impetus to its cultivation. The sugar-planter of tho West Indies was gradually but huroly being ruined by beot and bounty-fed sugars. The banana was with Jiim a tree to bo hated. In Jamaica every ,1rfggro had a few planted in the smullclearing round his hut, and a bunch of tho fruit would feed him and his family for a week. When to provided ho saw no need to go out .to work in tho cane fields. The planter had foreseen this, and with tho abolition of slavery disappears tho banana, plantain and cocoa-nut trees. At first the banana-walks wore made any whero on tho estate; generally on abandoned which cost less to clean, but experience has...

Publication Title: Mountain Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain signal. — 3 May 1889

-0 DIVIDING THE SPOILS. Tho llopub'.lciui Itlo.i ,,i' Reform and l'olttlcul Honesty. It is very ovidetit that tho spirit which, in tho days when Mr. Blaine was Speaker, appointed a committee with General Butler at its head, to n war danco on tho princlplo of reform, is again at tho helm in Washington. Within one month aftor his inauguration, President i Harrison has completely sot at rest all foolish forobodings that his was lo bo a administration. It is already apparent that for the next four years this is to bo a government of tho boys, by tho boys and for tho boys, and that no ono is eligible to share in its beneficenco unless his Republicanism is of the Tom Piatt and block of live brand. When that noble Sunday-School superintendent. Mr. Wann-maker, was appointed to tho ofllco of it was univorsally conceded to bo a business-like stroke of political sagacity, which liquidated a $10,000 obligation on tho ono hand and promised a business- like administration of poslnl 11033 on tho o...

Publication Title: Mountain Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain signal. — 3 May 1889

) ij II r, f V 'v M MOUNTAIN Lm PINE HILL Andrew Bukcr, has returned .from rineville. 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 man's death. owjsnjs xaiiiXi "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 ohel...

Publication Title: Mountain Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain signal. — 3 May 1889

A, , r " j53 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 Pa...

Publication Title: Mountain Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain signal. — 3 May 1889

y o. , . . The Mountain Signal. i Publlshod Evory Friday. MT. VERNON. : KENTUCKY. THE .FIRST MEMORY. Jt is my'6nrHest momory: ' UqHfnd, by viewless sunlight kissed, 'Lies, glimmering, the golden mist . Jhnt hides for ever hides, from inc, The fairy land of infancy I The gateway of our narrow yard My baby feet from roving barred. One day I found it swinging wide; My freedom wa9, at last, my own; I pressed triumphantly outside, And stepped forth in n world unknown! Across the way, a Hold of com Was rustling in tho breozy morn. I hastened to it; overhead The long green leaves tholr banners sprend; (No eastern p.ilm, to-day, to me, So proudly tall would seem to bo !) Above against tho clear, bluo sky, Tho crests of flowers roso straight and high, "While, in tho sheltering shado beneath, Tho silk hung from each emerald sheath. At once my dimpled hands wcro full What Joy the glistening threads to pull, And bear the treasure homo to show I . 'Whrn, lo. I could not tlnd tho way to got I wan...

Publication Title: Mountain Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain signal. — 3 May 1889

'"' . - "WE." "Whf n I was young, somo years ago How many well, I do not It now I formed a feeling ery lntenso For u lady young, und rich, tind fair, Who horo a pleasing business air, And tilled an editorial cbntr On tlio "Journal of Common Sense." I wooed her long and tenderly, And UBlted myself, "Does she love mcl" I thought she did. I was elatu With hope, for when Mio spolto to mo, Bho always used the plural "ttc,M As though wo were in a holy state Matod ond married, don't vou seof Ah me, how happy wo would bo! Did the loe mo? Well, I confess I thought she'd gladly answer "jes." I plucked up courage, ashed if sho Tv Would bo a little ttilfc to mo; Bho prefaced hor reply with "wo" I almobt Jumped uud hissed her. And then she said in accents free: "Ah that, ah that can never be, But 'ue' will ho a sister." Oh, miserable mo; I then did sno Tho pronoun sho had used with me Was only editorial "we." Frank Pemraon, In Yankeo Made. FREEZING TO DEATH. It Is Pleasant, But Not So tho Restor...

Publication Title: Mountain Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain signal. — 3 May 1889

If, h I t - ' . ' I' N ' v V if. y ri i' , .1 I"' . f i ' 1HEM0UKH1H SIGNAL " 'I "l ' ' - -'Hi rXIBLIBHED EVERY TKIDXY ACT' MOUNT VERNON, . KENTUCKY in Rjskca3Vle County . ' . ' .1 . .. i 11 Enteicdinthb Mt. Venon, Kentucky, as matter, W I?. CRESS, EDITO R SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year' 1 . .- , . - 1.25 Six Months '- .75 Thrstj Months . - -' .50 " ' IN ADVANCE. iM) i ( mil ( 1 1 ci ( c h i:t 1 1 iiinmd THE MOUNTAIN SIGNAL, Mount Vernon, Ky Achcitisiny latcs made known on application MT. VERNON, KY., MAY 3 , '89 F Col. Dudley, the man who- grijineii notoriety by puichasing the .electdr.il vote of Indiana in 1880 and aganj i 1RJ8, has been suubbled by. the m; i ft who occupies the presidential ohnir, which as secured for him 'the i fraudulent acts of that notorious i campaign boodler. lie was ' accused of eaying that the president "had lost all bis backbone and is too cowardly to be consulting with me." Ho denies, the above and says ho wrote to a friend as follows; "Jam afraid you ove...

Publication Title: Mountain Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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