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VOLUME 'XV. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1901. NUMBER'S
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"TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS. AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE."
VNEWS ITEMS
The French squadron has left the
island of Mitylene.
Many casualties have resulted
v'from earthquakes at Erzecuui,
,
Japan will 'establish' a
armor plate plant at a cost of
:six million yen. ' ' ,
A wheat farm, the
largest in the world, will be established
in Western Kansas.
Peter Gilsey, head of the rich
New York family, died on the
street from a burst blood vessel. 1
Ibis again reported that
of the 'Grand' Duke . and Grand
J3uchess of Hesse is impending.
It is reported that Senator Quay
resign his
seat'Jn Jhe Senate on account1 of
Carnegie has announced that he
will increase by $2,000,000 his
large donations to the Carnegie
Institute in Pittsburg.
Edgar Stanton Maclay states that
he will revise his book, entitled "A
History of the United States Navy,"
if Schley is exonerated.
Leslie Combs dislocated his knee-'
cap. in alighting fronia .Washington
street car and may bej confined
to liis room1 Several days. ,
A new dynamite gun said to be
the Vnost destructive ever invented
was successfully tested at Fisher's
Island, New York harbor.
Henry Clay McDowell, a great
grandson of the great commoner,
has been appointed United States
District Tudge'for Western Virginia,-
Mrs."Heury. Bovlt; Sr'., died iu a
carriage in frotit of St. Mary,'s
church, iu New Albany, ' while
services were beingvheld over her
husband's remains. '
Thb Bank of Treutou, Ky was
entered by burglars about 1 o'clock
Wednesday inorniug They secured
about $300 and succeeded in
making their escape.
Miss Emma H. King,
has offered herself as a subject
for inoculation to test Dr. Koch's
theory about the iutransmissibility
of bovine tuberculosis to human
beings.
President George ,G. Brown, of
me .uouisviu.cji rcawicnau
in his annual report, suggested
an addition to the orphanage at
Anchorage, to cost from $ 1,000
to $20,000.
Representatives of over
independent cracker jbakincr
concerns InalhpartS'ofthe country-are
in session in Cincinnati, jand -it
lSSiaica luai mey win iuiui uu us-
isociation to fight the trust.
1 , Judge Day, of tlier United' States
Court of Appeals, has ordered a
new trial in the case of J. M. Mc-Knight,
accused of embezzling
funds of the defunct German
National Bank, of Louisville.
v GoyBeckhiuitha5 sent 'a, caustic
letter 'ioiGovDhrDin, of Indiana,
resenting the insult which Gov.
DurbuV casts upon Kentucky and
its' officials aud courts. He accuses
Gow Durbin of violating his oath
of office and of protecting Taylor
and Finley in fulfillment ofi ;au
uov. uurQin
is accuted of having unjustly, and
deliberately misquoted the record
iu the tritil 0 Caleb Powers in order
to bring discredit upon an honest
aud.tiprighlyjudge. t Gov,
cites' tjte opinion 6fthe .ChTef
Justice of the Supreme Court' of the
United States in the Davidson case
to 'sliWtlut1 Govf Durbin1 lias no
discretionary power' whatever and
must honor1 requisitions, "'asMhey
are presented iu good faith, as
much so as a peace officer must
serve a warrantor a civil process.
Sheri'p kand alep
On the Fourth Monday in Nov.,
1901, I, orotic of my deputies will
sell at the front door of the Courthouse
in Mt. Vernon, .the following
tracts of land for taxes for 1900-1901:
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inn norps 1itfrl itii tlio nnmp nf
John Parker, nearest, resident A.
Sams, tax 'and cost 3 43
-40 acres-listed 'name, of
Susie Paterson, nearest resident
Allen Mounce, tax and cost 2 43.
' 100 acres1 listed in the name 6f
Th'eo Pigg, nearest resident JJl
bert Browning,- tax and cost 5 "57
20 acres' listed in the name? of
George Pointer, nearest .resident
Jessie F.ohtter, tax an d cost 287
1 town lot in Livingston, listed
in the nnme of John C. Powell,
tax and cost 4 28
50 acres listed in the name of
W. H. Rentier, nearest resident
G. W. Anderson, tax aun cost 3' 90
134 acres listed in the name o
S. J. Robinson, nearest resident
John Hustou, tax and cost 3 98
100 acres listed in the name 'of
'Ben Thomas, nearest resident W.
M. OwenjJ, tax and cost 3 43
;, 1 town lot in Livingston, litted
'jn the name of A. J. Smith; tax
and cost 3 43
30 acres listed iu the" name ofvC.
R. Payne, nearest resident A. J.
Payne, tsx and cost 3 ""43
40 acres listed in the name, of
William Pcrcifield, nearest resident
D. Cptteugim, tax and cost ' 3 90
. 260 acies listed in the name of J,
W. Riddle heirs, nearest resident
George Proctor, tax and cost 13 06
30 risres listed in the name' of
'James Kinley, nearest resident A.
J. Payne, tax and cost 2 97
50 acres listed iu, the name of J.
B. Baily fur 1898, 1899, 1900 and
1901, nearpst resident Joe Doan
tax and cost - .5'vi.7
222 acies listed in the name, of
John W. Marler, nearest iesident
J. L. .Brown, tatf and cost-' 56 12
190 acres listed in the name af J.
W. Millerk, nearest resident Will
Ham's Cox, tax and cost n 82
17 acres listed in the name of
Sally Wiley, nearest resident rB.
Bodkin, tax and cost 1 ,97
One town lot in Mt. Vernon,
nearest resident Jim Taylor, tax
and cost 4 8a
One town lotln Mt. Vernon nearest
resident Jam. .1. White & Co.,
tax and cost 2 90
- 60 acres listed in the name of
Mrs. L. B. Adams in Mt. Vernon
tax and cost 16 35
50 acres listed iu the name of E.
T Adams, nearest residont J. H.
Reynolds, tax aud cost 2 93
160 acres listed in the name .of
Sam McClure, nearest rasidet H. G.
Edwards, tax and cost 9 44
20 acres listed in the name of H.
B. McKinney, nearest resident J
tflibbard, tax 'and tost " ,2 87
n 75 acres listed in the name of
Ester Mason, nearest resident
Brush Creek, tax and cost 4 28
2.s acres listed in the name of
W M. Miracle, nearest resident J.
T. Durham, tax and cost 2 97
45 acres listed in the name of
Almda Metcalfe, nearest resident
Geo. Griffin, .tax and cost 2 43
' 1 town lot In- Livingston, ' listed
' the name of A. M. Minkktax aud
COSt , - 1)9,7
, ,; 'J.
30 acres listed Ui,the ,'narue of
W. A, Morris, nearest resident T. B.
Morris,' tax and cost T 3 43
75 acres listed in of Cal
Mullins, nearest ..resident is. f.
Griffin, tax' and co.4t 3" 90
2co' acres listed iu the name of
W." J. McNal)b, nearest resident
Sam Sams, tax and cost $ 20
200 acres listed hi the name of
Nathan McWhorter. nearest resident
Jones French, tax and cost,3 35
67 acres listed iu the name of
W. M. Newcomb, nearest resideut
Mary Mullins, tax and cost 3 29
100 acres listed in tlie iitt'ine qf
Sarah Owens, nearest resident S.
P. Griffi'ii, tax and cof x 3 35
3 acres listed iti tlie i(iiamc",'o
John L. Owens, nearest resident
'"t
1 town lot in Livingston', 'listed
in the name of Steve Owens, tr.x
aud cost 3 35
11 acres listed in the name of W.
T. Townsen, nearest resident Robl.
Morris, tax and cost 201
50 acres listed iu the name of
Sarah Moblcy hens, nearest resident
H. E. Northan, tax and
cost 2 45
7 acres listed .in the hatue of Thos
Argenbnght. nearest iesident Lark
Chumley. taxjuid cost ,s 28
24' acres listed in the name of Sal-lie
Arnold, nearest resident Kiite
Carpenter, tax and cost 2 43
100 acres listed in the name of
Arnold aud Baker, nearest resident
Tom Stalworth, tax aud cost 5 20
25 acres listed in the name of J.
L. Ball, nearest resident Elic Helton,
tax and cost 3 90
no acres listed iu the name of
Elbert Browing, nearest resident
Llieo lJigg, tax and cost 3 43
2 town lots in Livingston, listed
in the name of De Bryant, tax and
cost 7 98
.56 acres listed in the name of
Thos. Clark, nearest resident Jas.
Durham, tax and cost 2 43
1 town lot in Livingston, listed
in the name of Martha Clancy, tax
and cost , 1 97
25 acres listed, in the name of
Tilda Collins, nearest resident S. P.
Griffin', tax and cost 1 97
50 acres listed iu the name of Ji-.i
Collins, nearest resident Robert
Jewell, tax and' cost 3 43
56 acres listed in the' name of
Ed Cottiu, nearest resident W.
tax and cosl '' 3 90
157 acres listed in the name of
Winnie Chestnut, nearest resident
W. M. Fish, tax and cost 7 05
44 acres listed in the name .of
Emly Daugherty, nearest resident
Jas. Mahaffey, tax and cost 1 97
30 acres listed in the name of
Hardin Durham, nearest resident
tiraut Loving, tax aud cost 2 78'
20b nsres listed in the uanie of
Elkins heirs, nearest resident Jones
French, taxand cost " 5 20
200 acres listed iu the name of
Mrs. E. Griffin, nearest resident
George Pope, tax and cost '5 20
35 acres listed in the nnie of
George Griffin, nearest resident D.
Clark, tax and cost 3 20
565 acres listed in the. name of
Mrs. T. A. Gresham, nearest resident
Livingston, taxandcost43 13
' 1 town lot in Livingston, listed
in the name of Mrs. M, J. Goodin,
tax and cost 10 75
100 acres listed in the name of
Hackney heirs, nearest resident Jas
C." McGttire, tax and cost 2 43
50 acres listed in the name of
Pauling Ingram, nearest 'resident
Grant Loving, tax and cost 243
30 "acres listed in the name of
John C. Johnson, nearest resident
Albert Griffin, tax and cost 4 35
400 acres listed in the name of
Eliza Gentry, nearest resident j'.
H. Ramsey, tax and cost 613
75 acres listed in the name of
EU Hall, nearest resident Car Burnett,
tax and cost 3 20
322 acres listed in the name of
Elizabeth Harper, nearest residenf
M. Sowder, tax and cost 5 97
40 acres listed iu the nane of
Luejnda Adams, nearest resident
W. H. Reed, tax and cost 3 43
100 acres listed in the name of
Eldridge Bullock, nearest residnt J.
W. Bullock, tax and cost 352
50 acres ljstcd in the. name tof
Natli Btissel, nearest resideut Jas.
Mize, ballance tax and cost 2 20
75 acres listed in the name of Geo.
Bussel, nearest resident Richard
Moore, tax aud cost.
50 acres listed iu the name .of
C. B, Carr, nearest resindeut E,
Hall, tax and cost 343
75 acres listed in the name of
J. F. Dyer, nearest resident Thosar
Bowmen, tax and-cost 366
is acres' listed iu the name of
Green Wiggins nearest resident
Wm. Wiggaus, tax and cost 2.66
5 acres listed in the name of Bill
Adanic Col,, nearest resident Sam
Sniith. tax and cost 3 06
1 acre listed in 'the name of Joe
Newfcomb Col., nearest resident J.
C. Myers. cost 274,
iacre listed in the tfamonf Win.,
tHiatt, nearest resident Sam Smith,
ta,x and cost ' ' 2.431
100 'acres-listed in the 'name of '
Thos. P. Smith, nearest resident E.
Mullins, tax aud cost H'1.
,5P acres listed in the name of
Ca'thrine Smith, nearest resident
Jas. Maillins. tax and cost 1.97
100 acres'listed in the name of J. D.
nearest resident Wright
Mcl.emore, tax and cost 3 35
So acres listed in the name ot O.
M. Wallen, nearest resident Mrs.
Jas. Price, tax and cost 3 90
' 60 acres listed in the name of
Sarah Jones; nearest resident J. L.
Norton, tax and cost 4 28
40 acres listed in the name of
Squire Newcomb, nearest resident
Noah Bishop, tax and cost 3 06
1 town lot in Brodhead listed in
the name of Joljn W. Newland, tax
and cost 5 28
32 acres listed in the name of
Mrs M. F. Oweiis, nearest resident
W. M. Crank, tax and cost 1 97
11 acres lilted in the name ot
Amanda Owens, nearest resident
M. C' Tyree, tax and cost 2 20
50 acres listed iu then ame of Geo.
Ed Painter, nearest resident Jr F.
Harris, tax and cost 4 59
25 acres listed in the name of
Riley Ross, nearest resident Bub
Ross, tax and cost 2 97
s 25 acrej? listed in the name of J.
R. Ross, nearest resident Bub
Ross, tax and cost ' 3 20
50 acres listed iu the name of
Wm. Harrison, nearest resident
John Adams, tax aud cost 2 87
200 acres listed in the name of
J. N, Ison, nearest resident
Leece) tax and cost 7 60
91 acres listed iu the name of
Elien'Linch, nearest resident Gum
Sulphur, tax aud cost , 3 35
42 acres listed in the name of J.
N. Lutes, nearest resident E. S.
Lutes, tax and cost fot 1900 and
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1901 5 29
100 acres listed in the name of
Henry Maddox heirs, nearest resident
J 110 Blanton, tax aud cost 5 20
48 acres listed in the name of
Johu Roberts, nearest resident Lee
Robins, tax aud cost ' 6 '03
70 acres listed in the r.ai&elof Vp
L. - SinglctbV jjASftdstrTSiaeift
Woods Le'ece, tax'a'nd cost 3 90
100 acres listed 'in the name of
TV. L. Singleton, "nearest resident
P. J. Hall, tax and cost 3 43
15 acres listed in the name of
Jas. Spoor. anioore, nearest resideut
Fount Harris, tax and cost 357
76 acres listed in the name of F.
M. Thomas, nearest resident jas.
Mobley, tax and cost 3 20
96 acres listed in' the name of
j. N. Thomas, nearest resident jas.
Mobley, tax and cost 3 75
100 acres listed in the name of
W. R. Cress, nearest resident S. E.
Cress, tax and cost 8 45
90 acres listed in the name of D.
G. Cummins, Nearest resident Richard
HaytS, tax and cost 4 82
93 acres listed in the name of
Adam Cromer, nearest resident
Van Sweariuger, tax and cost 3 43
93 acres listed 'in the name of
Wm. Decker, nearest resident A.
Cromer, tax and cost 3 37
(CONTINUED ON 4TH
Nobility
Ner1rin.e0
The above portrait is that of
Countess Mogelstud, of Chicago,
III., whose gratitude for the
benefit received from the use of
Dr. Miles' Nervine prompted
her to make this statement:
"It affords me great pleasure; to add
my testimony to the very exfccllciit
merits of Dr. Miles' Nervine. Although
I am past 80 years of ace I find it
800theslhe tired brain, quiets the irritated
nerves and insures restful sleep.
I never feel contented without a bottle
of it in the house." Gratefully yours,
CuitiSTiANA Maria,
Countess Mogelstud.
Dr.
Miles
is a nerve tonic and strength-builder
that starts right in re-'
storing health immedir.tcly.
Sold' by nil DrussUts.
Dr. MII83 Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
THB UW OF MT. VERNON.
MT. VeRNON, KY..
-OPENED 1900.
CAPITAL STOCK,
C C. WILLIAMS, Prhs
W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier,
,$15,600
JAS. T. At)AMS, Vick-Pres.
A. B. FURNISH, A'sst. Cash.
Geo. Livesay, A. T. Fish,
Boreiug, J. E. Houk.
and individuals. Careiul
us.
invited to call when in town.
DIRECTORS. Jonas McKeuzie,
Fiitz Krucger, Rod Perry, Vincent.
-We solicit accounts of firms
tion is given collections entrusted to
Our friends and patrons ar
FSrs riaflofiai
OR STANFORD, KY.
Capital Stock, 5100,000. Surplus, $180,40.76 "
DIRECTORS:
J W. Iiayden, W. P. Walton, J. II. Collier, M. D. Elmord
T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, 'r
M. J. Miller and S. T. Harris. . . t.
We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoiniiig
counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business
intrusted to us. Personal application and
with a view to business relations, invited,
J S. HOCKER, Pres., 7 JNOT McROBERTS, Cashier.
A. A. McKINNEY, Ass't Cashier.
DANNIE OWENS.
UNDERTAKER-'
i&s&totmif.
m&$&
Caskets, Coffins, Robes Etc.,.
Kept in Stock. Orders by Mail, '.Telegraph or Telephone
Promptly filled.
BRODHEAD, - -
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WILLI
Practical Undertaker
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JIULIL LUIIipieie iuVnish
Embalming done on short notice
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GRIFFIN
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Mt. Vernon, Ky. ' . 'S "T
Come and see me, anything I have not got can get for you on' first
l '1 1 ' leave the cicy.
ORDERS by wire
ASTHMA
ii 'S Ji
IIEAHSE Attached. VCan.
Motulic Caskets and have,
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Proinptly'.Filled.
CURE FREE!
brings instant kelief
Cure in All Cases.
oTlHicpToirPOSTAL.
wm warn imatm
ASTHMALEINJE
And Permanent
SENT A3S0LUTElTFE
CHAINED
FOR TEN
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raasa&ssraTCSKEcsn
nptHERE is nothing like Asthmalene. It
relief, even in the cases. It cures
when all else fails.
The Ruv. C. F. WitLts, of Villa Ridge, 111., nays:'
"Your trial bottle of Asthmalene received in good
condition. I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for
the good derived ft om it. I was a slav, chaiuetl
with putrid pore throat und asthma for ten je.irs.
I despaired of ever
tisemfcnt for the cure
disepfce, asthma, and
r6tirselve?1, but
astonishment, the
me a full-size bottle."
want to send 'to every sufferer n trial treatment of
WE similar to the out that cured Mr. Wells. We'll send
being cured. I saw jour
of this dreadful and torn.enliltr;
thought you had overspokenH
resolved to eive it a trial. To my
trial acted like a charm. Send
1'KKK UL UHAKUU, to
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even on a postal. .ever nunu.aj;
however'bad your case. ASTHMALENE a
your case, the more glad we are to 8
at ontfe, addressing UK. lAl'i
130H1 St.. IS. Y. City,
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if hv mull POSTPAID. AUbULUTJil.V
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any sutierer who will wtitefpr it,
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though you are despairing,
will relieve and cure. The worse
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send it. Do not delay. Write
BROS. MI5DICINE CO., 79 East
bv all Druggists.
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