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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 25 November 1904

Yi VERNON SIGNAL i MT VERQ1 ICY NOV 25 904i i II 79 Can up No 79 when 79Can watt to Communi cate With SIGNAL Z 91 f SIGNALa I I a I I I ILouiBViLLf ANABNVivicR RCot TIME TABLEa 14 north 1206 p m z6 north 308 a m 3 south 129 p jl 25 South h 105 a m 0 TAS LANDRUM Agent AgentjPhon Phone No 58 I attndt the It reroa 11 rtlliee Me Mej aCIs oti nn PEBSONAL j E B Cox continues very sick I I Miss Cora Adams is with rela tives herel R E Thompson is with relatives here for a few days A J Fish spent several days iw Louisville this week John Colyer came home from Louisville for the primary Miss Lcttie Caldwell has return ed to her home at London Mr and Vfrs Elmer Houkspsnt Sunday with relatives here Rev T D Mullins has moved into the Mrs Liford property F Francisco is again in charge of the Frith Hotel Brodhead Mr and Mrs Brack Graves came up from Livingston yesterday A B Furnish spent Sunday and Mondav with his brother in Cincinnati 1nati i J A Landrum L N aJent jfter a vacation of one month wi...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 25 November 1904

r R i6 + r rx Jij A J 11iv ryyr J > j r Vtr J 0 r Thep Hustling ashi fl STOREY of l II 1 i iTI1 Only Place To Buy l Your i 1 1 If I r f ij P t t 1Ot0 I 1 1 g < I I e r 6 t I I ii i SEE OUR LINNE OF fl t X C G de IJJ mas 00 S I i BARGAINS 1 BARGAINS II 8 Here is nrou can always i tr Look for BARGAINS i p pa l o LJ1ODAIIS t L I I ti LIVIICSTONKY I + r Oc + bc l f I 71 r 3 A 0 w fi1 I rEureaCoId in One Day m Take LaXative r romo QvJnine Tablets I l Seven Million boxes sold in pest 12 months This signature r s BEST FOR Ti ° l BOWELS It YOU hIlT > Jlt a regular bralthTmremcllt of tbe ooVelrc dAY Tonre IUorwill > c Kcrproa boI open and beweli Foree 10 the shop o i violentphpeieorpilllofsonisdanctroa Th Rmordhosteoslestmoot perfect VAT or kHIlrj the towels chr and ctcln is to tats dCATHARTIC CANDY taCANDY t f I tc S iTII I fEAT EM LIKE CANDY KdGood Eo Good Never fclckpn VWai < n Mr 11 p 25antf if cuta jvrbox Writ roe Ime s nnyle end look i Jeton heal tU liUres 4rS Starling R...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 2 December 1904

FA3 13 T RN Cf 1 Established t 1887 d UtzIED PRINT cc GR T = 1 i ll1t ietunuPublished r 14te i Published Every EveryFriday Friday IVOLlnlE XVIII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KYM FRIDAY DECEMBER 2 1904 XO1BKK InI Kentuckys Metropolis A FEW INTERESTING FACTS COXCRRNltfC IT Louisville and suburbs have a population ol 350000 within ara dius of six miles LruisviJe affords lowest possible freight rates with competition be tween ten great railroad systems and the Ohi > river with its tritrta ries to thirrv three navigable lv ers connecting wih the Gul of MexicoLouisville Louisville furnishes labor fuel and factory sites cheaper than any other cies of equal size iu the Unit ed States StatesLouisville Louisville is the largest tobacco marlet in the world Louisville the lest market and largest producer of Kentucky y his kies in the world Louisville is the best and la gest I market for Kentucky live stock in the United states Louisville has the largest ax handle factory in the world Louisvil...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 2 December 1904

a t MT VERNON SIGNAL I 0 I FRIDAY DEC 2 1904 1904i Published every Friday 61I EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application HON R L HUBBLE was nomi nate < l Sahifliv for Senator in the Lincoln district Mr Hubble is a trueblue Democrat in all that word implies aud a most pleasant and affable gentleman and a man who will work for the best interest of the people at large as well as his own constituency POLITICS AND POLITICIANS With but few exception the election of chairmen by Democratic Committees Monday over the State wat done harmoniously Sitvs an exchange The County Election Commis sinners of the county of Jessamine among them Cot W J Wiinore the welt known Republican politi clan and officeholder yesterday filed in the department of Secretary of State a certificate declaring gn Judge Alton B Parker to have been elected President of the United States in Jessamine county The certificate caused much amusement Assistant Secretary of State Gra...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 2 December 1904

t r MT VERNONSIGNAL 611 VER > ON KY DEC 2 19H Z9Cull Cull lip No 70 when you wool toConuuu Cuts with SIGNAl 79 Qf s J I LOUISVLLC 4 NASHVILLE R R Co TIME TABLE 14 north 1206 p m 26 north 257 a m 23 south 129 p IP 25 Smith irioami IAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 talued a lIe Ih Yet Iy Pttit ft MC I dU mattrt PEJISOSAL II Cecil Williams spent several days i here this week i Logan R Hughes was up from j Stanford Sunday i Mr and Mrs VV J Rider Vent to Louisville Tuesday i Mrs Hugh Miller is visiting rel j atives in New Albany Iml Per Rigshy is suffering frm aI severe attack of rheumatism JN Brown our rood Pofsom Holler friend was here Tuesday Atty B J Beihurum was in j London Monday on legal business Misses Eva andCairie 4 Baugh of London visited friends here tins week Mrs Geo Reynold of Living ston visited relatives here th = < I week Conrad Hiatt was here Monday and told us that nib father was no better Mr Joseph Surber of Junction City spent several days with Dr and Mrs S C Davis...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 2 December 1904

r P t > i k r < C < r r rv 1 x W Lc h r f The Hustling Cash I l d fTTOREr P f I r STORE v f v b n The Only Place To Buy Your W y C I Buyi > J > 5 11 SHOE5 i v J 11 a bra r U 7 w fe rto SEE OUR LINNE OF to rl tt Xmas Goods a f t i r f ttf Ji BARGANSARGAINSI J wt r t i a Here is where you can always I f W Look for BARGAINS < S 2 l H D A V IS t v A LIVINGSTON 9 KY l + A A lt 1 rt j r I ri To Cure a Cold in One Day YIi Y IiT MDSon boxes sold in post 12 months This Signature w AN EMERGENCY MEDICIXEI For sprains bruises bums scalds and similar injuries there is noth Painf f Balm It soothes the wound an dred not only gives instant relief from 1n pain but causes tne parts to heallrl about < De third the time required by the usual treatment As it is an antiseptic all danger from blood I poisoning is avoided Sold by Chas C Davis once upon a time an automo elYr e rude manner saying Vou migl t as well get off the earth You are a Ins been and Im going to sup plant you But th...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 9 December 1904

o 0 Established 1887 Ti u 7 n ti ° ss i 3r P tst 1 H 1rttf onntr t thei i Last General Election i isi ift j of Kentucky as shown by the of r j licial record in the Department of j the Secretary of State completed Monday is 435764 Of this Hum her the leading Democratic elector i i received 217 170 votes a elector j ever the leading elector of 1 1 893 i votes The vote cast for the first j j t eIReF ublicau elector was 0a3277 i The next largest number of votes i I was received by the Prohibitionist i i electors fur whom 6609 votes t were cast The Peoples Party i electors received but 2511 vote while the Socialist electors polledth the th3Go2 I tors received only 596 votes in the i toState StateThe The largest vote polled in a sin j gle county by the leading elector I of the two big parties was or I course in the counts of Jefferson f j The smallest number of votes cast in a county for the Deinpcratieelec ocraticeleC1tors tors was 71 in the county of Ieslie while the smallest Republican...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 9 December 1904

= or fvlf VERNON SIGNAL Fin + y DEC 9 1904 i 1 Pttbhhtd every Frida by I EDGAR S ALBRIGIJT = S111 < RIPTION ONE YEAR If = Advertising rates made known of application = TiiK ecret < > ry of War lias te cetved a 1cfrm1 Xosl Gaines seesof Inspector General of the Stale of JCKentucky vigorous protest against the argu maul of Inspector General Bi non 5 of the army in favor of the Canteen The letter is a rambling production with the qualities ofa temperance appeal aid otherwise notably as containing the charge that the army officers are lawbreakers and hypocrite This allegation is based PI tbe assumption that there ex isis at urmerous posts officers cerhere dubs v hero liquor is sold and where 10 ihe tnrrid sample excites the en liste t men to conduct that is reI vetgful reckless and obstinate The p fet would be ignored were it not or the fact that it coiurs from a loan who has some standing in his home community and who held a cnmissiou in the volunteer array during the war with...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 9 December 1904

< j C MT VERNON SIGNAL MT V kttNON KY DEC 9 1004 79Cavil Cull up No 79 when nt want to Cominiinl oac vittr SIGNAL I 19L Ie 0 E I i f I LOUISVLLC A NASHVILLE R R COI j TIME TABLE i 4 north 1206 p rac i north 257 a m 11t t South 129 p u anti 110 ami IAS LANDRUM Agent I 8 j I ° 10 lh ten KJ Ptice c acd mn rattet I PERSON AL Mrs Sarah Kelleyis with retaI tires here I Mn Dick Cummins is ago ionjc the sick Pst Jnduc Alcorn is attending > nrt her tillS week 1nrtI Jack Adams came bone rom I VVMOi 10 spend Sunday I Mm R H T mlinson wan lye t Jr m Lancaster yesterdayI Mr J M Bullen and famE ar 1 rived ir itn TfXs Tuesday U L H Lynn was over from urn j erset this week attending cur nrI Mrs R B Mullins is suffering froia a severe attack of rltetiin UsmI Mr and Mrs Edgar Griffin are 1 visiting Mrs Griffins parents Mr j and Mrs C M Cumminsi Willie McBee a son of the late Jis 4 Iciee is marine Hs home at C C Williams and a en ling school Lour CAss4 brother of J RI Cass of Brodhead is workin ...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 9 December 1904

Z C f < 1 1 f I lrJ jrr µ ir v r PJt J fJr 7 Jf 0 I r iO i The Hustlin C as h i < fi i STO R E r I i flo o o 1 J t 4 The Only Place To Buy Your t A t11 4 r 1 > SHOESQ r n I ClI I I G u I Ii o r r fr SEE OUR LINNE OF = oo 6Xmas Goods s o BARGAINS BARGAINS t f + 19 i Here is where you can always Look orsl Yl t EL o L11DAVIS 5 I I r I LIVINGSTON KY M f y = > I r T std 7 IT To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven MHOon boxes sold in past 12 months This Signature AN EMERGENCY MEDICIXK For sprains bruises burns scald and similar injuries there is noth ing so good as Chamberlains Pain Balm It soothes the wound and not only gives instant relief iron pain but causes tne parts to heal in about one third the time required by the usual treatment As it is an antiseptic all danger from blot d poisoning is avoided Sold by Chas C Davis The closingday exercises at tie T Worlds Fait attraccled a large at tenpance Addresses of farewell were delivered by Gov Dock...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 16 December 1904

i < i r t v w ZI Established 1887 M s w Y I 1i s y r nltftn i jign lt = r I H W BOWMAN E L COCKRELL I Bowman Cockrell is one of the largest lumber firms in II Eastern Kentucky Besides this they also c irry a large stock of I general merchandise ofI merchandiseJOHN I i I JOHN W BAKER One of Livingstons most prominent business men Mr Baker recently sold the store room in which Be is now doing business and there has been some considerable anxiety felt among his friends whether he intended to remain in Livingston or not But whatever his steps may be knowing him to be the splendid busi ness man that he is we are sure that it will be for the best DR W 7 CHILDRESS I Who is making a great success with his chaseR profession 1 MULLINSI JOHN A MULUNS I I Who since closing out his store a short lime ago has been tatting life easy ButJohn is a natural born hustler and by putting in half time can do more than many who put in the full year J C HOOKER Of the firm of I C Hooker R Co They carry la...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 16 December 1904

4 > y IJ N o > l 1 c 0 + c X 1iCv Cl 9 I The Hustling Cash t r STORE4 v < 1 r t The Only Place To Buy Your J t Ik lr SEE OUR LINNE OF f Xmas000dsa t r BARGAINS BARGAINS oa i J a oiI f H Look for BARGAINS 1 f1 HDAVIS i 1 LIVINCSTON KY < at3fcx 3ifr f tI XCDJE > > JTrVJrV A v f II r To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative ttromo Quinine Tablets Seve koxe sow in post 12 months This signature I MT VERNON COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE BUILDING At no timo in the history of the school has it been in a more flourishing condition than at present under the able and efficient mauagenient Miss Ida M Taylor We can heartily recommend the school to the citizens of the county CHAfi < X DAVIS l Just opposite the court house cn fill your prescriptions with as much accuracy as any drug gist in the State Your attention tion is also called to his Xmas ad elsewhere in this issue OUTt t Some weeks ago during the severe winter weather bI wife and myself contracted severe I co di which speedily ...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 16 December 1904

l t = C NEr 1 r VL4 I r f SO COM PLETE J c T t15iir I q U 1 We are showing the most conpbte line of Ladies and Gents Furnishings irs ever brought to town SHOES There tc nu brand of shoes on the m rket more UpToDate and more poplar than the DOUGLAS or HAMILTON BROWN These brands we have In encles qumtjties and at the most reasonoble prices Comeand l rOt10a bee US JC HOOKER CO LIVINGSTON f KY 3 1fJ llt i1 P1 L I r t SHEltS0Its Its not sentiment that rnskcjth most successful shois fihoot i Wine r Factor Loared Shelts Its the re l J suIts s jtrs uieu enure otSD1y C ness Mid uniform shooting yincr vla 4 L fJ leaded with smokeless povds are the st shells en the market Winchester Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powdsr are cheap in price but not in quality Ainchest3r t New RiVal black powder shells are the favorite black powder load on the market on account of their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of I these brands and youll be well pleased They arc tin THE SHELLS THE CHAMP...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 16 December 1904

I MT VERNON SIGNAL 1901i tan AY DEC 1C 1904 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHTI SUBSCRIPTION OJJB YRAE IOO 4dvcrthin rates made known n > application The New York Times compare the attendance sd Seances of tilt j St Louis and Chicago fairs in tht following editorial Itseems that in round numbers the Cbicago Fair cost its projector a ont 88oooooo and took in in admissions and concessions about half of that amount TheSt Louis Fair has cost about 22000000 and taken in rather less than hnlf of that amount In each case the ex penditures of the general state arid local governments are excluded The total admissions at St loui I f ireven months are announced to have been 18317457 The paid I admissions at Chicago for six mouths were something over 21 OOOCKXI At St Louis September wis the best month with a total of 3651873 At Chicago the best month was the last October with its paid attendance of 6391340 This is the result we should bave expected from the comparative size of the to...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 16 December 1904

OC iV i illii Uh rA V SIT VERNON Ky DEc 1619C 1 I Z9Cull Cull up No 79 when you wont to 3IONALZ cute with SIGXAL 79 0a CoL LOUISVLLC JL NASHVILLE R R Co I TIME TABLE 14 north 1206 p m 26 north 257 am 23 south + 129 p IP 25 Suuth 110 a m IAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 I 58I catered at the Mt wtra Iy PtSce a sic aau aU11t matter MeI PERSONAL 1 j Milt Cummins is vi > itiiig his sis > ter at Corbin 1 I Dr J O Carpenter of Stanford was lere Mo day Contr atc r Fritz Krueger vas in Stanford Studav < Mrs J J McCall is with her husband Jit Hazel Pan h this week Tomorrow will be Mrs Sallie I I Williams la t day in the millinery store I Rev and Mis F P Gate of i Livitg t n vert visiting friend 1 u here esttrdayJ Mri d trsR E Thompson t are well pIe < rd with their new I home at Dtcatur III Miss Kate Redd f Crab Orch I t ard us tl e juts or th Mibsts t Thomson this WI eke Miss Grace McG ill her fathers able Assistant at Hazel Patch is spending this week at Maietburg 1 Dr A H Melcom a...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 16 December 1904

cL + T Ia Only three more weeks until the end 0 1964 aiid during this time we are going to simply simplyI Take the Bridle tiffof our stock i of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes I Hats Caps and Groceries H I We are going to let them go If saving 25 to 50 per cent on your purchases of toI goods is any object to you then do nor be content with merely reading this ad but come and get the goods for no where else in allthis country can yon ever hope to match these prices I CALlCOESofatr kinds J ISr > KO BLUFF RED GRAY BLACK and WHITE Apron Ginghams lie Gc Cotton Checks 4c 830 Cotton Chocks Oic Best Outings Vs 7 00 Fascinators HOC > 0c Fascinators 35c WOJf DEIJPUL BARGAINS IN HENS INDIES and CHIL DI7EXR HOSIERY UN DERWEAR j Cut froai tOt to 5c j Dar n > in Shirt Waist Goods I S K DAVIS I County surveyor and one of onr most successful tcacnersI I I GKO W DEOKEil j t Who was a candidate for the Republican nomination for Jailer c but defeated has filed a contests ugainst his successful oppon...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 16 December 1904

L HON B1 BETHURUM A former Representative and ore of our ablest and most success iu iawt rs j j i i j j j I i t I I j JOHJ W PARONS j I Jailor of Rockcastle County I CountI t I I i I i i j j i I McFERRONI R L McFERRON Present deputy sheriff under H L Tate and the nominee of I his party for the next term C M CUM 1 INS A splendid Rockcastle c izeV who has been think ng of goLg to Corbin and starting a he tel Ahairraising story dehglts the 1 heart of the baldheaded Ulan < PI rURE 13 BLURRED r 4 I i i j J r fpj p III pt i J jjp > 3f I p t jij I Sp I g j tit JAMES D PENNINGTON I IA A brother of Dr M Penning ton who is making a splendid success as teacher over in Jack son The richb man are apt to be poor i LEVEL ttKBKX And the Lord sendeth his r sin on the just and the unjust Yes pastorjust cold and heat winter and summer seed lime and harvest but in no special way tho in a general way The Lord constructed a great ma j chine when he made the Heavens jand the Earth the working of i t...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 16 December 1904

COUNTY ATTORNEY L W HETHURUM Who has proven himself JK > able prosecutor and to day stands ICOiTY a > the nominee of p his partv for the office of County Judge n JUDGE M L JARVIS Of the 28th Judicial district The second youngest judge in the State who is becoming very popular throughout his district H L TATE Sheriff of Roekcastle and a number 1 good one i REV RB MAHONEY One of the Most successful insurance men in the State He writ fire life land accident with lire as his leader With the last t > mention there is doubtless an agency outside of thelarger cities titwhich does the volume of business inthe runofla year 7ns IO es 1 e with his Stanford agence V1 ifI i 1 rI PUq lr 13 DJB lraJIN IS CUT CLOSE t EUGENE MULLINS I Who is now in Aztec N M l for his health which we are aw IIfQ fntly glad to say is improving i I I PSNNINGTON 1 General manager of W J Sparks rook crusher plant at t iMullins Station Of the four hunts now opened byI I I Sparks none have made a better i showing...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 23 December 1904

iiwThu wThuEstablished < fIIIIC ors Established 1887 try f r v7 Ii i Ut1I i 41cI1ifl JgI I enopI LAX n STOCK AN D CROP BUh S Ramsey auctioneer re jort the sale of Deck Cooper Thurs day as well attended Five year ling leers 80 Ns 30 50 each lhng ling steer calve 14 each 2 com I btned horses 86 and 2coi barrels of corn in crib 195 to 200 250 shocks of fodder 10 to I I cents per shock 9 stacks of hay IceJti 9 per ton lot of sorghum molasses 30 cents per gallon lotfed eachVd chester Democrat auctioneersn re ports the sale pfZach Elkjn on last Wednesday as fairly well attend ednot A long the prices realized were thewill j following Cow and calf 51 cow > 1185oicow 25 heifer 1350 seer goo Ibs 3350 Jersey st eerand 650 good steer calf eat5 5 ° pil g F t14 5 stacks of oats one and a 1 talltot I to two tons eachr5 to 20 each IIto 31 tons of hay 765 to I i 76510 9 35 perI ton lot of rye 50 cents ptr bus het t Winchester Democrat i 1A PLEASANT PILL i No Pill is as peasant and posi t e as ...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 23 December 1904

I I t ww T 4 MT = VERNON SIGNAL < t FKIDAY DEC 23 90tI Published every Friday bJI EDGAR S ALBRIGHT j SUBSCRIPTION ONE VRORIOO divrrliwi t rates made knoifn on I iftjiicaion I 1IiotI TIIR following from the Courier Journal will give some idea of the serious condition of affairs in Rus sia Despite the efforts of the Russian Government to conceal the decpfmle condition in pomej parts of the empire resulting from the calling out of the reserves or as known there the reservists orI re enforcements for the armyn r Manchuria authentic accounts arc published of terrible scenes of fre quent occurrence in Poland and other disaffected provinces In i some towns wives of reservists have thrown themselves in front of Unit s which were bearing their husbands to Russia and have been crii5hei to death In some in stances rather than be enrolled men lute kiled their wives and chit dren and then committed suicide In thiee districts the people have been fired upon by Russian recruit jug parties and i...

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