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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 23 September 1898

if 1 Do You Like Boils If you do not, you should take Hood's Sars.v parilla and it it ill purify your blood, euro your boih and keep your system free from the roUsni which cause them. The great Mood r,lr'fy'nB power of Hood's is constantly being demonstrated by its many marvelous cures. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine, tl; six for $5 Hood's Pills cure Sick Headache. 25c. ? A perfect type of the f highest order of 3 excellence. J Tn0.M1K. X I Breakfast jpa ABSOLUTELY PURE.? Delicious Nutritious. X I COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A CDP. I X X Be sure jrou jet the ptnuioe article 2 T made at Dorchester, Mass i by WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd. 3 CSTSDUSHCD I too. i Allen's XJlcei Inp Snlrc Is the onlr sum euro Id the world for Chronic Ulcers, Hone Ulcers, Hcrofnlous Ulcers, Viirlcosc Ulcer. 'White Nwrlllnir, Fever Nam, audall Old Sores. It neTor falls Urnwsoiilall poison. Haves oxpohso and suffering. Curis permanent Ilcstsalrofor Ilolls, f iirhmicles, IMles, Hnlt Bheum, llnr...

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. — 21 October 1898

' r S 5 &J W " Y ,.J.' fe ft' v ? t. I iv 'vv. 'C . fc r " . W"f 3H ?H v IfFMim 311 nun I m bSWi. ' ' SSfeflf Mil If 91, 11 ' ' M.l'L &fcJ v ; JTa.' ,W - ffSff dMUJKV - -$ Vi . f 3 .'; F-4 $kr - VOLUME XIII. MT. COUNT yJ JFRJDAlf f)CTOBEK 21, 1898. ;r ,y aMn & firm Hifflfjf . 1M w: MINERS' BATTLE. n1lnnStiVWvWmm nBVt Fivo Hundred Shots Exchanged Between Strikers and Deputies and Railroad 'Police. IMPORTED NEGROES MET BY MINERS. .Many lien on Both Sides Wcro Killed und "Wounded in tho Fight That Followed. 'The Town of Virden, 1IL, U In the Gresttit Eicltrtutnt, and Men Are ,8carlnc IThHterer Arms Thry Can (let Hold of, I'iprntinc Mora Trouble. Virdkn, 111., Oct. 18. The arrival of the Imported Negroes from tho south nt 12:30 Wednesday was followed by a desperate battle. Five hundred shots wore exchanged between the strikers on ono side and bhcrifC Davenport and his deputies nnd railroad poltco on the other side. It is thought that at least 'JO men on both sides were kille...

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. — 21 October 1898

v 'A . & a .rrlrrwrem .,. mm n. ML Vernon Signal Friday, Oct 21, 1898 Published every Friday by ' JAMES MARET. SUBSCRIPTION ONK YHAK .Advertising rales made known on application FOR CONGKNSS Hon. G. G. GILBERT, ok simi.iiY. y Chuilain McIntre,sot $1.00 Tin-: ghosts of the soldiers who died of starvation and malpractice will not down at the bidding of a whitewashing investigating committee, "mark you, $'s McKinley! A meat famine 111 Germany is about to open the door to the American nog. Fat dogs are a staple article of diet in some parts of the empire, and those who have to eat dog meat are growling about the diet. Tin: military authorities at Santiago have come to the conclusion that the payment of $12 a cord br wood shipped from the United Stacs is too high, and will hereafter buy wood from neighboring at $4. the battle ship Oregon, tridby court martial, for defaming Admiral Sampson and fCapt.' Evans in n public speech wa; found guilty by the court, and dishonorably dismissed f...

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. — 21 October 1898

I , - Si' ' V I flr '(. if r i Mt Vernon Signal. IMt. Vernon. Ky.. Oct. 21, 1808. Ktcrtllje Hy., l'ot'ifiice ni ec mull imtlir Louisville t NAtHvan n n.co. (L, & N. I.OCA.L TIME CARD. BDay Mail North.. 11:37 am Day Mail South .. 2:2 7 P "i 3tfight Ex. North 1:32am Night Ex. South ... 1:48 am J. A. Landrum, Ageul. CHURCHES. Christian Holds services 1st S: 3r 1 Sunday at 11a.m. and at Q;S0 :j. id. Presbyterian Holds services on tlio -Hh Sunday 'Dnptltt Cliureh Services on the Second Saturday nlglit nnd Sunday. Suuday School nt S) h m every Sunday. Prayer wcctlng oh Tuesday nights, llcv. J O pastor. . s. MASONIC. Aslilaiul Lodge No. CIO meets 2rd Moil' day 10 A m. 4I0CAL 'OTHERWISE. Pay your dues to Signal, Miss Dollie McClurc is visiting ilicrc. Clever Cash Cummins was here Tuesday, Mrs. Geo. McCoy it here from Mt. Sterling. Dr. M, Pennington is in Louisville, this week. Mrs. Jeff Pennington is very much improved. Our barber, Sam Rawlings, is in Clay county this week. V. M. Meadow...

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. — 21 October 1898

-J r W IV f I The Fall With Its sudden changes, Its hot days nnd chilly nights, dampness and decaying vegetation. Is peculiarly trying to tho health. A good Full Modlclno Is as Important and bcncflclul as Spring Mcdicloo. Hood's Sarsaparllla keeps tho blood puro, wards off mulurla, croaton n, good appetite, gives refreshing sleep, and maintains tho health tone through this trying season, Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. Por Infants and Children Signaturypi JJfyj'fc' Hood's Pllla euro nil liver Ills. SS cent tmc Cf ntu compiht, tt m Qemember k v when you 'Your Own WALLS 3 ''sflCT wurrcT L PLUG the name buy again. w CALCStVSO FRESCO TBNTS enn ncnnnaTiun uiai I c .i neii run ucuumtiina rhllo aim ubmnao paokauk ok fMm vniioffnufiv nHHilntiUiUnanit 1a tniir Awn prlitciDldsby machinery and milled In twentj.four and Vhltlnv tnnv can DOMiniy do mu by hand IVMxnit ViHA ifpi.r. MII.IIR 'Alt 1)4 your local dealer let Uk Icnour and we will put tou THE MUKAUO COMPANY, - 1 , bp...

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. — 28 October 1898

k M i -I '.'V ". Iv U, ' -- tt '& ,s V t"MV , y . 1 rn." . ' -.V ' s lI.Wi j S. rSHM " w $to , tffi &M . -- L : F v. 4 "JMi -, f Ilitttflf 1$ t T &m' && -i V i ' ?$'& f ., 'aB .Mk .t .. vaL' . . V " .A "i rv - L. ,? " w.1 k&2& 'M v . " ' ' T .il. .& s'V VOLUME XIII. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNT" fER 28, NHMBBrvPS is rif l ft gygggme .liKJaV'. THE CUBAN DEBT "Ulicro is a Possibility of a Dlsacrrec nient By the Pence Commissioners. In Fact the Uont May Kren 1'refrr u Ite- nmptlou tif Uoatllltlra to Acqul. rieenca In the American lie. fus.il tn bhara 'Ilielr Debt. Pakis, Oct. 23. The consideration by the commissioners of the Porto llteo and Ladroncs question has now been merged with the Cuban question and all the points involved are being carried forward to a simultaneous conclusion. When this has been arrived at the Philippine question will be taken tip. Of course, there is a possibility of a disagreement, and the Spaniards, if the American commissi...

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. — 28 October 1898

1 v, ..' W1 1 W1H1I HW HMWUHtBB Mt. Yernon Signal Friday, Oct 2S, 1898 Published every Friday by JAMES MARET. SUBSCRIPTION ONH YHAK $I.OO Advertising rales made known on application l'OR CONGRKSS Hon. G. G. GILBERT, OI' SUKLUY. Ip the goldbugs get the next Congress the greenbackes will be burned and intei est-bearing bonds will briug prosperity. Vote the Hannacratic ticket this fall. The Richmond Register has been leased by R. Lee Davis aud H. R. Pickcls. Mr, Davis will be Editor, manager and; of course, with such a man in charge the Register will continue in the Iront ranks of Journalism Hauna's famous veulict that the Maine "blowed herself up," is equalled by the administration claim tha the soldiers .in Cuba and in .Southern camps took sick and .ied "for political effect.'' It is a singular fact that-the two years since the election of President McKiuley have witnessed the formation of more trusts and combinations of capital tlian during any other two years in the history of the ...

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. — 28 October 1898

II l r. V Jfei Mt Vernon SignaE Mt. Vurnok, Ky., Oct. 28; 1808, Uotcreilattlie Mt. Vcrnvj, Ky at tec 1 omi'CtsKi mall matter Louisvillc & Nashville R.n.Co. L & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Day Mail North 11:37 a i Day Mail South .. 2:27 p m Night Ex. North 1:32 a m Night Ejc. South 1:48 amm J. A. Landrum, Agent. churches. (Climt inn Holds ncice 1st .5: 3rl Sunday at It u. m. and atC:S0 . ih. Prcsbyterinu Holds services on the Sunday ftsptiftt Church Services on the Secoud (Saturday night nud Sunday. Sunday fichool nt I) a in every Sunday. Prayer meeting on Tuesday itlchts. Rev. J C pastor. MASONIC. Ashland Lodge No. CIO meets 2rd Monday 10 A m. LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. Pay your dues to Signal Mrs. Petty has malarial fever. November 24th is Thanksgiving Day. , Squire Durham was in from Wildie. Jim Hayes wasjjhere from Wildie Monday. Squire Gatliff has added his name to our list. Mrs. Georgia Rice is visiting in Louisville. Robert Taylor was in from Level Green. Lee Porter was herefrom Orlan...

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. — 28 October 1898

Scrofula Cured Soro on Hia Limb Had Troublod Him for Yoara. "I had a bad caso of scrofula, and there was a soro ou ono of my limtw which troubled mc for throo or four years. I saw Hood's Sarsaparlllaso highly recommended for scrofula that I began taking it, and it lias completely curod mo. I am sound and well." C(.aimskc'h L. I)i:i.ani:v, Waller, 111. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. $1, six for go. Hood'8 Pills euro "ficlc headache. i!5c. TARE WORMS 'A fapo worm eighteen feet long; at least came on tun sceno after my taking two CASCAKISTS. This I nm sure has caused my bad health for tho past tlireo years. I am still talcing Cascarets, the only cathartic worthy of notice by sensible people." Geo W. Bowles, Ilalrd, Mass. JWfPk CANDY W JP CATHARTIC jA pirn THAOE MARK WtOISTtfftD jflf Pleasant, Palatable. Potent, Taste Good, Do Good, Never Dickon. Weaken, or Gripe, 10c. SSc.iOc. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Stirling Rr Meity Captor, Chlc.ltft. H.str. si. Sew Yar. 313 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. — 4 November 1898

4 ' $7V I J. J. Wllllntns, Mt. Vernon. J. S. Owsley, Stanford. J. 15. Owsley, Stanford. William Gooch, Stanford. S. II. Shanks, Stanford. 'Ahc ' ; Miiii fen H nfTi VOLUME XIII. MT. VERNON, TJOPJtnASTTR fJOTTNKT .vJ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1898. NUMBER 8. " ft PROCLAMATION (Jovoruor of Arkansas Oilers a Howard for Moonshiners ami Unmet mid lUrnn llurned at Nlglit, Lire htookof All Kinds Ilrlnnclnp to Inform er Klllrdund runnlnc Iniplrnifnl mid Other Dratroyril. Imi.i: Hock, Ark., Nov. 1. Itwns reported Sunday night that troops would be sent to Cleburne county Jlotjv day to quell the disturbance there thai is being lailscil by moonshiners, but none wre sent nnd the probabilities tiro now that none will bo called upon tiulcss it be U. S. troops, ub tbc state militia outside of tbe 2d legiment, wb'lcli is in the United States service, is disorganized and no citien soldiers are available. The governor lias issued a proclamation offering u rewnrd of 8100 for the nfrcst of every person commuti...

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. — 4 November 1898

ML V ernon Signal asrr Friday, Nov, 4, 1898 Published every Friday by JAMES MARET. subscription oxa year $1.00 Advertising rates made known on application FOR CONGRESS Hon. G. G. GILBERT, OF SHELBY. A CALL The District Chairman of the Rockcastle county Democratic Com tnittee are hereby ordered to meet in i Vernon on Saturday, Nov. 5U1 at 1 o'clock p m in the office of C C Williams 'W J Sparks, Chairman of Dem Co Committee Every indication pohits to Democratic victory throughout the United States. ' Over confidence is cur only danger. Get out and do your duty. Captain Carter robbed the government of hundreds of thousands of dollars, and Alger is using all the power of his department to conceal the fraud. Alger is tarred with the same stick, and he proceeds upon the same idea that all the followers of that ilk must stand up to one another. Why does the President stand up to Alger? Thousauds of Republican papers could be quoted if space would permit. These fevr, however serve to refute...

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. — 4 November 1898

. Aft , l 1 i '.Mt Vernon Signal. Mt. Vernon, Ky., Nov. 4 1898. tottrtdottbe Mt. Vcrnv.i, Kjr., l'Mtlhc in icc ond'ClAK mall mutter Louisville & Nashville n. n, Co. E, & N. LOCA.lv TIME CARD. fiDay Mail North 11:37 a m JDay Mall South .. 2.27 p in STight Ex. North 1:32 a m '"Night Ex. South... 1:48 am J. A. Landrum, Agent. 'churches. rf"" ' Cbrutlan llolds services 1st .t 5r 1 Sunday t llR.ro. and atG:SOp. iu. 'Presbyterian Holds services on the Sunday Baptist Church Services on, the Second Saturday night and Sunday. Sunday School at 9 a m every Sunday. Prayer meeting ou Tnesday nights. C pastor. MASONIC. Ashland Lodge No. 640 meets i!rtl Mon-day 10 A in. LOCAL g OTHERWISE. .Vote for Gilbert. Pay your dues to Signal, Best shoes at Robt Cox's. 'Mrs. Geo. Fish was shopping in town yesterday. Gov. Bradley speaks here on Monday, the 7U1. Mrs. Dr. Davis who has been quite ill, is improving. Little Bessie Poynter who has been sick, is some better. Pat Welsh is now shipping clerk f...

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. — 4 November 1898

M tiiiuiiiiwimmimitmHMniiMiiMniminitiitnni JP& A (! TI s me i yuuu Buckie I Printers' i Roller 1 i Company i MANUFAOTUIIERS OB" Printers' Rollers j I and Composition f 42J and 423 DEARBORN ST., CHICAGO, j i With enlarged quarters, modern machinery and rew management we ere prepared to fill orders a prcmptly. All rollers cuarantecd round, smooth i f and true, and absolutely free from pin holes. i I UNEXCELLED for I or other fine work. i With 27 years' experience, fair prices and liberal i ; terms, te ask your patronage and guarantee to i ; sitlsfy you. Remember to ship us or write, for i ; terms mentioning this advertisement. i IMIMIlltll(ltMIICilMIIMIllllt14lltllrilllll a o o e What's the s o o o Matter with e a o 9 a KANSAS OWKS o (In round numbers) a 900 000 horses and mules. 550.000 o milch cows, 1 600.000 other cattle, 2,400,000 swine and 225,000 sheep. o e ITS FARM PRODUGTS, his v elude 150,000,000 bushels of corn. o 60.000.000 bushels of wheat and 63 ons upon millions of d...

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. — 25 November 1898

- f ""mav -&. v- - "TF &. ""Li v' v r ,,&a&WL. if A2?J?fcZ V' " j 1 .J!AW5ZiW '. .'' , V. . If" SF . Mira Hit V tr' .'xW V & VOLUME XIII. MT. VTCRNON. 7 ROttTCnARTOJ COUNTS - . pKY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1898. NUMBER 11. It- -V, i ii. r. At A JOINT SESSION. -Fur a Cession oftl'lilliiipinrs Uncle Snra Tenders Sjinhi 20,000,000. It U Our 1'nrpnae to Mnlntnlii the Jioltico n hii "Open Dimr" to the "T C'umtnoreo of the World Joiirnetl Uutll Wrrinciilnr. PAntP, Nov. 22. The Spanish "and American pence commissions met hi joint session nt 8 o'clock Monday afternoon. The Americans declared the United States must have the entire Philippine archipelago, and for a treaty cession of the islands the Americans tendered to Spain 820,000,000. It Is further declared that it is the purpose of the United States to main-Jain tho Philippine islands ns nn "oien .door"' to the world's commerce. On tho terms named tho United States proposes a mutual relinquishment of all claims for inde...

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. — 25 November 1898

u Published every t"i iday by JAMES AfARRT. 1 r sruscrii'Tio'fVbsic vkak $1.00 application Si.vcic hist Thankfcivimr dav the U'i ited btates has acquired! a varie 1 lind beantifull assortment of ocean gems in the of and must now prepare a stiong box 111 which to keep them. Tnic total donations made to colleges in the United States this yer to date amount to the large sum of $10,861,152, which donations of $5,00 and upward. Popular support is a great thing. Here's to you Am erica It appears that the President that the election just had approi es his idea of the ' 'destiny" of the United States, and has acted on t!iU assumption. On this he make-, a fatal mistake. It is true thai the administration party saved its nnj'.ritv in the elections of Congress week. But the reduction of majority of 47 and plurality of7 to the meager majority of 13 is a narrow e; cape from repudiation It surely is net an indorsement. li ad the issue been presented sqmiely to the people by the managers of die Ad...

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. — 25 November 1898

w n Mt -Vernon Signal Mt. VjtKKOK.'Kv., Nov. 28 1808. "cu"r.l(!icMt. Urn...., K n. .. ntall matter vri .& tvit8 ' I IS WJ Vi V v,., LOl'ISVLLC & NASHVILLE K R.Co. L & N. LOC4.L TIME CARD. Day Mail North 11:37 n ' Day Mail South . 2.27 p m Night Kx. North 1:32 a m Night Ex. South 1:4s a in J. A. Landrum, Agent. CHURCHES. i Holds Kcrvlccs 1st !: .Irl Sunday 11 it. 111. mid ntG:S0i. in. 1'reib.vlcrlnu Holds rcnicd'oii the .iiiid.iy i list Olmruli Services on the Second .urdnj night mid Sunday. Sunday '(iionlnt 0 u in cery b'undiy. Prayer jofilui,' on Tuesday nights. J!cv. J C Car- 'ir.it. itustor. MASONIC. ulii.uul Lodge No, 010 meeu .'rd Moo- duy 10 A in. LOCAL 0 OTHERWISE. Overcoats for $5 at Robt Cox. Walter Tu'rpin is sawing for Jop MjCall. George Pennington is visiting lenitive in Jackson county. , James Houk, Jr., and wife are vi'iting Garrard relatives. ilogs are selling at $2.75 and 3 co per hundred. Wanthd A lat hog to net 250 '300 lbs. T. J. Ckuss. Wind blew clown...

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 1898

M I Catarrh In the head, with its vluglnff noises lu tho ears, buzzing:, snapping sounds, se vero headaches and disagreeable discharges, Is permanently cured by Hood's Sarsaparllla. Do not dally with local applications. Talto Hood's Sarsaparilhi and mako a thorough and complete cure by eradicating from tho blood all scrofulous taints and giving health and vigor to tho whole system. Hood's Sarsaparilla 9 America's Greatest Medicine, tl: six for (5 Hood'8 Pills euro all Liter Ills. 25 cents. DcvIoiin Ilcjlnltlom. Forgettery Better than memory at times. Kaleidoscope Another name for a worn-on's mind. Chatterbox The one occupied by a theater party. Success The one road on the map that 'eads to popularity. Hog An animal that gets right down to the root of things. Divorce The only difference between and alimony. Quinine A bitter enemy of the ague and sne that's hard to shake. Debt A trap that man baits, sets and then deliberately walks into. Society A Punch and Judy show in u Inch ,he fig...

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. — 6 January 1899

11 KStm - " ':. .. H ,';K ' 1 if fc ' LMv ft W- I! ".1 VOLUME XIII. MT. VEllNON, ROCKCASTLE COf NTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1899. NUMBER 16. nrnrrin Tnn;c iTPMr JJ STATE NEWS ITEMS. to THE KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. Our, lliMtllr? uiul Prominent IMucitnra Frnni Varlounj'arn of tlio Country Attend tliv Criitrmi nt Celt lirutlun. Lrcxixoiox, ICy., Jan. 'J. Tho centennial celebration nt Kentucky university Sunday night wits attended by educators from various .parts of. the country, (Sow William 0. lhadley und stun and a. cultured nudlenco from throughout control Kentucky. The exercises were in commemoration, of the hundredth anniversary of the opening of Transylvania university, to which Kentucky university is the successor. President Ethclbcrt I). Warlleld, of Lafayette college, Pennsylvania, delivered the principal address in the absence of lit. llev. T. U. Dudley, of Louisville, who is ill. President John V. Mc('urvby of the ltiMjk department, delivered giving In brief events in the hist...

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. — 6 January 1899

I' ' TTETM& M i . Vernon Signal !-.' ! - - Friday, Jan 6, 1899. Published every Friday by AMES AfARET. INSCRIPTION ONB YKAK $I.OO rates made known on j application EVACUATION OK CUBA. After 400 years Spain has surrendered control of Cuba, and the red and yellow flag is at last removed from all the west. The Stars and Stripes now wave over Havana, from the palace, from stern Morro Castle, from grim Cabanas fortress and from nil other public buildings. The ceremonies incident to the transfer of the island from Spanish to American control were carried out r.ccordiug to programme and without a hitch. Tearfully Capt. . Gen. CatelhiHos bale adieu to his comrades; fervently he grasped the hands of hi-; former enemy, the Cuban, and cordially shook the baud of his victor, the American4 Thus did Spain pas lrom the New World: thus did the United States mark the end of another victorious war. Nini' CuMn Generals went with the Americans to do honor at the palace, to show their apprecia tion ...

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. — 6 January 1899

h a Mi. Vernon Signal JjyqKSf Friday, Jan 6, 1899. " " ' Published every Friday by AMES MARET, INSCRIPTION ONE YEAK $I.OO jWveriising rates made known on application t EVACUATION 01? CUBA. After 400 years Spain ban surrendered control of Cuba, and the red and yellow flag is at las?t removed from all the west. The Stars and Stripes now wave over Havana, from the palace, from stern Morro Castle, from grim Cabanas fortress and from nil other public buildings. The ceremonies incident to the transfer of the island from Spanish to American control were carried out r.ccordiug to programme and without a hitch. Tearfully Capt. . Gen. Cntcllanos baJe adieu to his comrades; fervently he grasped the hands of bis former enemy, the Cub.vj, and cordially shook the hand of his victor, the American' Thus did Spain pa from the New World: did the United States . marl: the end of another victorious war. Nine Cnbtn Generals went with the Americans to do honor at the palace, to show their appreciation of...

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