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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 27 October 1899

p3mai ' j '- - - -mm:' --- -- zsneaxran .1 , $v It ft c V - Js f "Miiil' gigini VOLUME XIV. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLJD.COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1899. NUMBER 6. f l HEMMED IN BY BOERS The British Troops in the Vicinity of Dundee Are in Very Great Peril. ATTACK BY ENEMY HAS COMMENCED. The Boers Number 9,000 Strong-, and Further Ncvs Is Anxiously Awaited by tho Bullish I'coplc. Hrltl.h Troop Defeat the Iloer. Near Ulencoe The Knsllah Commander. Geo. French, Alio lloutcd Them at Aland- laacln With Heavy to... Gi.f.ncoe Camp, Oct. 23. After eight hours of continuous heavy fighting , Tnlana hill was carried by tho Dublin Fusllccrs and the King's Rifles under cover of a well served artillery Gvi by the 13th and 09th batteries. The ltocrs who threatened tho British rear havo retired. The fight was almost an exact counterpart of that at Majuba Hill, except that the positions of the Boer and llritish forces wcro reversed. Gen. Symons was severely, but not dangerously wounded. Ho was shot...

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. — 27 October 1899

":" J lR fc Ffc . . Mt Vernon Signal ; Friday, Oct, 27 1S99. Published every Friday by fAMES AAIiET. . 1 1 - SWBSCRM'TION ON'E YKAK $I.OO 7,r, ivcrtis''nz rales made known on affiliation DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Ooverniir, VHXIAM CiOEnEL. of Kcntou. For Icntcna.it Uoveruor. J. C. HIVKIUM, of Nclion For Attorney CJcmrnl HO"T J.IU:OICINKIDan, of Hoyl For Auditor, (il'S (i, COl'IiTKII, of Graves Fr TrMktirfr .. G. IIAGKIl, f Boyd Fr Secretary of St'Ue C. II. II ILL, nt Chirk For Sunt, nf Public Instruction H. V. MuCIIKSNKY. of Livingston For Commissioner of Agriculture I. 11. KALL, of Jeilerion For Kalllonil Coiimix'sioner Third district A W HAMILTON, of Montgomery - It is with people 'a'3 with narrow necked bottlOs the less they have in them, the hidre noiSe hey make iu pouring it 0, an - m Bryan says: "I would risk the alienation of every friend I have in Kentucky rather than use my voice against principles dearer than . my " own life." Brown is shrieking "pusillanimous scoundrel and c...

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. — 27 October 1899

Ut Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon, Ky., Oct. 27 1899 Sittrt4attht lit Vcrnn, Kj., mc m.c!hi ill mitttr snacs I LVHIVf UK 4 N AtMVlLUC R. R. C. L WWW 1 ! H IIT WWWI UK LOCAL TIME CARD. Day Mail North 11:05 am Day Mail Suth .. i!57? m Wiekt Ex. North 1:32 a m NigktEx. South 1:44 am J. A. Landruk, Agent. MASONIC. i.iklail Udj. Ko, 640 meet 2rd 47 1 A m. LOCAL and OTHERWISE. The court of claims met this week. E. K. Wilson was 1 ere during the week. Mrs. Willis Adams visited Livingston. 1,00k out for mad dogs tbey are plcntyful. S. J. Watts was at Brodhead during the week. T. J, Cresn was here from Climax Sunday. -, Geo. Griffin, of near Wildle, was here Sunday last. John Parsons, of near Wildie, was here this week. The railroad up Btush creek appears to be a certainty. Henry Wood, of Wildle, was here Wednesday last. App Taylor has bought a lot and will build a dwelling. JfcfiT Goebel badges, Taylor badges, for bale by Lloyd Maret, Reuben Mullin's new house is fast Hearing completion. Mrs. Dan...

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. — 27 October 1899

9 ail , aMMaallaaaaa.aaaa ! I iF I "It IS an ILL Wind t Love A childish dlssase vhich silly per. I KXZfa .Yk - mZTOi ' W V 9 MHHHB J 1 -. have tmai 4)ibti once. I . JSXa 1 J? nf ,lJAr & lf" rl H I ret. -,.,. r J a. r That Blows Nobody Good. ' ' That small ache or pain or weakness is the "ill 'wind" that directs your attention to the necessity of purifying your blood by taking Hood's Then your whole body receives good, for the purified blood goes ting ling to every organ, It is the t or all ages am both sexes. remedy Jwcdi Swi&abwih 7 I'fll'XjdFm ll 'I " I1. 1 WJU.mil 0 Tlit rtrnfinif fitf lKW'ffJM3f .- BIRD SISTER OF CHARITY. Affection Mnnlfeecl by n Jnrn Sparrow When Iti Companion Wni Mortnllr Wounded. Milne-Edwards, director of the des Plantes in Paris, relates the following story of two Java sparrows: "They were both hens and in the same aviary with a parrot, which took a dislike to one of them. One day the parrot picked a quarrel with one of the sparrows, tore out Its fe...

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. — 27 October 1899

. .... ' JMKwoul 'SEni nmmh w if m m ? t i Mm M SI. MIHmV 4. I! , BJ m Presented by yAlr. Bryan IOr Supporting Qocbel. AN APPEAL TO KENTUCKIANS Of the Deiuocrnllc Persuasion to Fight the Common Enemy. REPLY TO JOHN YOUNG BROWN Kill the Bears and Then Tacklo ho Mosquitoes, Says He. EVILS THREATENING THE REPUBLIC While Not Denying the Rltfit of Mau to Voto as Ho Desire., Ho l'olnU Out (he Dmigcr of Los-Ins the Hlue Grass State The tour through Kentucky of fearless leuder, Hon. WH-Hm J; Bryan, was one of triumph. At every point whero ho was tilled to i?enk great crowds turned out to erect him. Our :gallant standard bearer, Hon. William Goebel, accompanied tho Nebraska orator on hla trip nnd ivai accorded magnificent ovations. Burn-lug of the hour were expounded by Mr. Hryan to sympathetic throngs. t The great orator at all places portrayed the necessity of united and armonlous action on the part of ,ccy .Democrats at this time. Na- lssues, ho said, Imperatively do- that they rally arou...

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. — 27 October 1899

12 j$m -'..-,. ; , Al . ' ''t:, ;-s .- "HI,--,., i ';' -.v- : ' i ' 2 v J a&anAa ' M .v 'Ai 71 jr N - D ' '. f Jl'It Vernon Signal 'Friday, Oct, 27 1899. Published every Friday by AMliS MARRT, SUllSCKirTION ONE ykak $1.00 Aiverlhing rates made known on x application DEMOCRATICJTICKET. For Governor, WILLIAM QOEDKL. of Kenton. or Lieutenant Governor. J. C. W. NKCKIUM, of Nelson For Attorney General. ROIT.J.HUKOKIXMDGE, of Hoyle Tor Auditor, GUS G, COULTKR, of Graves Fr Treasurer ?. G. IIAGER, of noy.l For Secretary of Stvtc C. H. HILL, of Clark For Sunt, of Public Instruction H. V.:McCHF.3NKY. of Livingston For ComraWstoiier of Agriculture I. B. NALL, ofiJeffersou For Railloail Coram S'slouer Third district A WjHAMlLTQS.lof .Montgomery "CtUHtT' CALENDAR. , County Court. Fourth Moti day iu each month. Quarterly Court. Fit st Monday iu January, April, July and October. Circuit Court. Second Mon day in February, Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep teuiber. Mt. Vernon Police ...

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. — 3 November 1899

ms. - 11 y. night Gen. White's plan of operations was, as the movement de-. velopcd, the force constituting our center, which was disposed under cover of a kopje about thrco miles from the .town, should throw Itself upon tho enemy, whtlo tho left Hank was being held by the Fusiliers and the The sthenic was well devised, but failed in execution owing to tho fnct that tho lloer position which formed our objective was evacuated. Our nrtillor' quickly reduced tho volumo of tho enemy's fire, but tho attack delivered on our right flank was tho principal ono and tho column was compelled to change. Tho Boer attack had been silenced for a time and our Infantry advanced, covered Dy cavalry. Tho enemy now began to develop a heavy counter attack, and as they wero in great numerical superiority, (Jan. White gavo orders for tho iufantry to bo gradually withdrawn. The was carried out with great steadiness and deliberation, under cover of our guns, which made excellent practice. Some shells wero th...

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. — 3 November 1899

MtV.ernon Signal I' KIU.vV, Nov. 3, 1899. Published every Friday by AMES MARET. SUBSCRIPTION ONIt YKAN $1.00 Advertising rales made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ' 1 X For Governor, WILLIAM GOEBEI,. of Kenton. For Ij'untennnt Governor. J. C. W. JJE0KI1AM, of Nelson For Attorney General noivr .i.inuKL'KiNiunni;, of iioyie For Auditor, (. GUS G, COULTKIS, nf Graves ForTrcnsurer H. G. HAGKR. of IJoyil For Secretary of Stnte p.IJ. HIM,, of Clark For Supt. of Public Instruction II. V. McClWSNKY. of Livingston For Comiulwloner of Agriculture ; I. 11. NAM,, ofJJefierson For RnilloAd CommS'sloner Third district A V HAMILTON, of .Montgomery GoKBUL. Wb believe it will. Stand by the people. Rockcastle Democrats do yc duty. Down with the trusts and monopolies. I .'i reduction on school books. Let old Rockcastle send in a good Democratic report. Votr Democratic ticket and by doing so get cheaper school books. Lft us us get school books as cheap as Indiana and other progressive rates. M...

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. — 3 November 1899

T t Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon, Ky., Nov. 3, 1899 titrd t tb Ht. Verawj, Kjr., Fot-Ece nail matter Louiovillk tk Nashville n. rt.Oo. L & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Day Mail North 11:05 a to Day Mail South . 1:57 p m Nitkt Ex. North 1:32 am Night Ex. South 1:44 a in J. A. Landruu, Agent. MASONIC. AikUid Lsdj No. GW meet! ,2rJ Hon- itj II A H. LOCAL 'and OTHERWISE. Vote for Goebel. Vote Democratic. ' ' Don' forget to vote. 1. '- M. Houk is no better. " Dou't forget to vote on Tuesday. Put your "X" under the rooster. Miss Ida May Ada ms is visiting Paint Lick. Mace .Miller has returned to Glen Mary. Vote early and late Tuesday, and keep at it. Thomas Moore, of Wabd,. was here Saturday. E. B. Brown is home for a few days recreation." Jim Hayes .of near Wildie, was here Seturday last. Frank Kirby was here Tuesday talking for Goebel. V- Crab Orchard has three new 'houses under construe' 1011. . , Ewellwas here Tuseday ''oVa uuisue'sstrip from London. Tom Stewart the "Lumber king' was takiu...

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. — 3 November 1899

44 Duly Feed Man and Steed Feed your nerves, also, on pure blood if you wouia have them strong. Men mid 'women 'who are nervous are so because their nerves are starved. Wlien t thev make their hlnrtd rich .tnrf nnr I 'With Hood's Sarsaparllla their nervous- i ness disappears because the nerves are J properly fed. Remember CD Too Late. A horseman burst into the prison yard. "Reprieved!" he shouted, and waved a paper aloft. ''Too late," replied the warden, sadly. "Is the man hanged already?" "No: but he has eaten the hearty break' fast of ham and eggs, eofTee and potatoesl" Executive clemency was all right in its place, but it could not be suffered to interfere with the conventional course of events. Yes, tho horscman'a steed was undeniably foaming, but even that availed little or nothing under the circumstances. Detroit Jason Crovr, Oacnrvlllc, Gtt., Snysi "I feel it my duty to write and let you know what your medicine, '5 Drops,' has done for me. I have had rheumatism about 18 years...

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. — 10 November 1899

MARYLAND DEMOCRATS .SUCCESSFUL. flew Jersoy Elects a Republican Gov ornor by 20,000 Plurality Both House's Will Bo Bepublican. JUturoa So For l'rom KonluoUr Indicate That Taylor, Itepubllcnu, 1. Elected Governor, Although lllackburu CUlin Iho State Other States. New Yoiik, Nov. a In the GJ assembly outside of Nsw York city which havo repot ted 56 republicans and 7 democrats were elected, u democratic loss of 5. Jamestown, N. V., Nov. a VrccUnd, republican candldato f riongrcss from tho34tu congressional district, received 1,034, StUlman Lewis, dem., 485 votes In this city, Nlw Yoiik, Nov a In the 19th assembly district SI out of 35 assembly precincts civc Mazst2512;Stewnrt, 2 5M Seventy election districts out of the 881 In tho First Judicial district (jlvo Barrett, rep and dem , for tho supremo court, 15,7:8, Daly, rep , 0.418: O'Oorman, dem , 9,413. NfcT Yoiik, Nov a Secretary Tox, of the republican state committee, said at 10 o'clock that tho legislature, would be sure if there wa...

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. — 10 November 1899

' L.Jf r: MtVenion Signal Fir? tjnfix J Nov..'io i?99.' .y.. published every Friday by i AMES MARBT, SUBSCRIPTION rcrtt'iiAK $1.00 1 '"' ' 'f r ''ill ,;'- V tivctising ratcs..viqde know?s&'i r ' ' "t afifilication n J?- ' It would look to a cross-eyed man up a tree that our friend D. R. Totteu was slight ly defeated. r R. P. Norton, Joe Norton, J. C. Grivs, Dr. Price, Wade and Sam Brown came in Tuesday nights io get election r.tturns. Some of the Republicans in town yesterday wert like the bull in the lane they passed no one and vautedno one to pass then. Harris White, after receiving an honorable discharge from the army on account of sickness, came in Tuesday from San Francisco audi says h, will never leavce mother again.-' . Hurrah for old Garrard! God bless your old soul. Every Democrat in that good county should go home, hug his wife and kiss the babies, for Wm, Ray beat the red-headed pecker-wood, Lewis Walker. i. On joint ballot the General As sembly will be largely Democr...

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. — 10 November 1899

i$ .1" if - :V: h 1. ' i4 v ;, ' Mt. Vernofl Signal Mt. Vkrov. Ky., Nov. io, 1899 IaM4attat Ml. Vera.,, Ky., no nail natter I LoUMVUlC 4 NASHVIUC R. R.C. L fc N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Da j Mail North 11:05 a ni ay Mail South .. 1:57 p m Higat Ex. North 1:32 a ra fcTickt Ex. South 1:44 am J. A. Landrum, Agent. HASQNIC. Aikluii lt Ml meets 2rJ Mon-Uj II A . t - , ' agg;1 " , 1 ; '' 1 CHURCHKS. itrvicei lstitSrl Bunday at h'ium. ami t:30p. m. frufcjrteria HoMi lerrlcei eu the 4th Eunaky i Baptist Cliurcli Serrlcei en the Second Saturday night and iinnday. Suudty cliaa at 9 a u every Sunday. Prayer eetlii; a Tnenlay nitlits. snsn LOCAL and OTHERWISE. Gus Stewart, of Wildie, was here Monday . E. B. Miiler was in Stanford Tuesday. M. C. Williams was here to vote Tuesday.- The Road Commissioners will meet en the 18th. C. C. Williams was in Living' ston. Monday night. The election jessed off quietly throughout the county. W. C. Mullins, of Livingston, was here on Monday last, J. V. McKinzfe has ...

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. — 10 November 1899

"You Can't Catch the Wind in a Net Neither can you cure catarrh by local applications. It is a constitutional disease, and is cured by Hood's because it is a constitutional remedy. It expels from the blood the M-purity 'which causes the disease, And rebudds the inflamed membranes. 5 1 B 9 B9 I'f'l 9 m9m9mSw PEACE OFFERINGS. They Preceded Illm ami na nta Wif Predicted He Wtia Home with Ills I'urcknaen. She received a large box full of American teauty roses by messenger from her husband along toward four o'clock the othei afternoon. "James is absorbing Martigny cocktails again." she mused shrewdly. Half an hour later another messenger brought her five pounds of expensive candy from her husband. "James has oidered that $80 overcoat he was talking about, but said he couldn't afford," sha mused ngain. Half an hour later n wagon drew up, with a florist's name painted on the sides thereof, and two handsome, full-grown palms were delivered nt her door marked as coming from her husband. "Oli...

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. — 17 November 1899

1 lV .tfKfraS" 1 .V ,J'"W"1VV t. V i & ..' r V- " x. ' " A.- I ' a? ' Vlfr - vy "4. Miiii lit PIMIIIII VOLUME XIV. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1899. NUMBER 9. KENTUCKY SQUABBLE Reported at Frankfort That Gov. Bradley Will Declare Martial law in the State. THE RUMOR NOT GENERALLY BELIEYED Tho Determination of tho Election Depends Upon tho Contests Which Have Been Raised. A Mob Gather at Vancebarc and Threatened the Coramlisloner for Throwing Out Two Preclncti of Linli The Action Ueconaldered. Frankfort, Ky., Nor. 14. Senator Oocbol and the democratic leaders are etlll waiting on the final action of the counting boards of election in Christian, Knox, Johnson and other counties. It is claimed that enough fraudulent votes trill be thrown out in theso counties to glvo Ooobel a majority on the faco of the returns. Tho city was excited Monday night over a rumor that the governor intends to declare martial law in tho event that Knox and Johnson counties nre th...

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. — 17 November 1899

MtVci"Qon Signal Friday. Nov. 17 1899. Published every Friday by AMES MARET. SUBSCRIPTION ONR VKAK $l.OO Advertising rates made known on a ftp lit at ion Tlitre hits just ended one of the s hardest .rtuht campaigns in tl'e Stale. Titv Signal espoused ihe cause 11! . mocracy, he-cause it be lieved n . iItt; and granted every one el?c tin. privi'ege of supporting whom tl.y pleased. We now, v ill drop politics' until nouthcr cam paign, und try to give you all the general news we can. Decent Democrats have been subjected to and humiliation of arrest by Federal authority charging intimidation of negro voters and then dismiss the warrant on motion of the prosecution. Hut up to this good moment we h."ve not heard of any Republican voteibuyei being "grabbed" and held over for further trial. Rockcastle could furnish seveial good cases. For instance, one old colored man was promised $5 by a prominent church member, and after l! e old negro voted, the good SauKUitun would only pay him one doll...

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. — 17 November 1899

i 4' fc jv. ! .i Ss I v , i- r .3 Mt. Vernon Signal - Mt. Vernon. Ky. Nov. 17, 1899 Cmt'lilnt (lit Ml. VcfDu, Kjr., I't tlEce n ate. oticvclon mull ntnttcr LoUltV1LLt &NAtHVILlC fl Ft. CO & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Day Mail North 11:05 a m ,Day Mail South .. 1.57 p m Wight Ex. North 1:32am iNigutlix. tjoutu 1:44 am J. A. Landrum, Agent. MASONIC. Aslihitil Lodge No. CiO meeti 2rl Monday 10 A m. CHURCHES. Christian Holds service s 1st & 3r 1 Sunday tlla.ni. ui atC:30p. m. rreilijrtcrlan Holds services on the 4th Itmday Baptist t'liurch Services on tho Second oUrdiiy night and Sunday. Stiudny Scnasl il 9 i b every Sunday. Prayer (nestiii; oa Tuesday nlghta. LOCAL and OTHERWISE. . D. S Pu rtlom i? on the sick list. Mrs. M. C. Miller has been quite ill. Don't put off paying for your piper. Clever John Wilms was here Wednesday. M. P. Pike was up from Livingston Wednesday. Rev. Wheatiey preached at the Baptist chut ch Sunday.. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Klein were over from Langford, Sunday...

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. — 17 November 1899

WtlMI W-$ " The Best is Cheapest' We team this from experience In j ery department of life. Good clothes are most serviceable And ' wc.tr long- j est. iiood food gives tne best nutri ment. Good medicine, Hood s variiia. is tne best and citeavest. lecause it cures, absolutely CURES, tvhen all others fail. Kemembcr 3wcd& Swuabwuffg rcrfect Confidence. Perfect confidence is desirable between couples engaged to be married, but it is not always that the young woman has as fine en opportunity to establish it ns did a Nor ristown belle, to whom a wealthy bachelor had been paying assiduous attention. After worrying her a cood dcnl about how many young men had been in love with her. and how many she had been attached, to, he asked her to marry him, ridding: "Now let there be perfect confidence us. Keep nothing concealed from me." "Certainly," replied the giddy girl; "let us have no concealments; and, jumping up, she snatched the wig he wore from IrS head and danced around the room with i...

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. — 24 November 1899

NS . m 5 , ennm VOLUME XIV. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNT KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1899. NUMBER 10. THE BOEBHIIN They Continue to Pour Ilapidly Into Capo Colony, With Plenty of Supplies. ENEMY TEN MILES FBOM ESTCOURT. Two Unsuccessful Attempts Jlado to Oust tho Rustenburff Commando Near Mafekiuff by tho British. Severn Fighting Took I'lnce Reports of a Heat? llattle at Lndyiiulth Not Confirmed Oen, JonbertlteporU ed to He Morlng feoutn, London, Nov. 21. Tho Standard publishes tho following from Lady smith, dated Sundny, November 10: "Tho arrival of tho relief column at Estcourt has completely modified tho plans of tho enemy, and Gen. Joubcrt lias moved to the south in an effort to prevent the junction of the two British forces." Estcouut, Nov. 21. Ma. Bethun's patrols have located tho enemy on the northwost, about ten miles off. Tho lloen would not bo drawn. Fighting is reported nt tho Mool river. The Boers arc doing1 more looting than fighting and all their parties south of Ladysmi...

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. — 24 November 1899

1 tj. -! 3 Pl 4ClS'Si"' as try J ,' finy " r - '4,v" - J tiauuwujiwi"i. ' in LTjCMzgmtwaarMUogiipiBpTX; MtVenio a Signal Friday, Nov. 24 1899. Published every Friday by JAMES MARlil SUBSCRIPTION ONM YttAK $I.OO Advertising rates made ktiown on application Tim good people of Lexington should administer to the Hon. Charley Bronston the cold contents of a squirt gun, then put him to bed and cover up his head. Tine political undertakers have given Col. W. C. Polkud some embalming fluid which make him look more, life-like, but we will wager you an old, worn-out dirty sock against the little end of nothing that he will never warm a scat in Cougress again. By the death of Hon. Evan E Settle, of "Sweet Owen," Kentucky lo.es her ablest and roost brilliant Congressman, a learned lawyer, a chaste and bciutiful speaker. His brilliant career was not an accident, bu had its origin and strength in a strong, noble nature. His intellect was strong and comprehensive; his mind descended with the eagle...

Publication Title: Mount Vernon Signal
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