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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mount Vernon signal. — 7 December 1900

ID aL R r c MYernon Signal C > kRIDAY Dec 7 1900 I f S Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT I I I SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IQOl IOOj 1 I Adverising rates made known on I application licafionI WE most heartily endorse what Pres McKinley says in his message to congress about good roads A plan has already tjeen submitted to Secy Wilson and indorsed by him that will help greatly in the educa tion of the people on this vital subject The plan is to build a quarter of a mile of model road in four parts of each state during next year to be paid for by the Federal Government Pres W H Moore of the National Good Roads and Irrigation Congress has drafted a bill for this purpose and is asking a propriation of 150000 to carry on the work Mi Stuyvesant Fish Pres of the Illinois Central railroad has written a letter to Mr Moore in which he snysI do not know much about irrigation but I do know that the absence of good roads is costing thepeople of this county annually about as much as they pay...

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. — 7 December 1900

4 r i i r = tPiSt A > Slgnai Mt kRKNK t 900 J c J lLj LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE c R Co I TIME TABLE Z 4 north 1165 a in 26 north r 132 am 23 south 157 p m 25 South V 144 a m TAS LAP DRUM Agent Entered at the Mt Vcrn itv lost otfice as sec onu class infill Hitter MASONIC Ashland Lodge oli JlWIH 9rd Mon 3ay 10 A m CHURCHES Christian Holds service 1st < fc 3r i Smidaj at 11 a m and at 030 p ni I Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th Sunday Baptist Church Senires em the Second Saturday night and Hnuday Sunday V School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer v meeting on Tuesday nights d T 1 r Personal f T A Coffey was here yesterday w Judge P D Colyer is on the sick t list this week Miss Fannie Mullins closes her school to lay Judge Williams was in Rich mond Sunday Miss Mattie Williams went to the city Monday Miss Ida May Adams returned from Corbin Monday Mr J P Houston of Pine Hill was here Monday last J M Reynolds was here from Bee Lick Wednesday James Drye returned from Mid dleburg Saturday n...

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. — 7 December 1900

7 7I A frTrLEra pn fiIFrI ifI I Ei x a 1 KycGeneralAerchandi4 rrfwy Ir 11 R FSr + SY t SYt i r ar t l t kT h + J iris S a rl v f Fle 1y t IP4jI3j t 3 1lfro I Y YJr J 1 I L Itif 2 FJ a t j jay w O f 1 C r 4 4J Y Ib V < United States Senator Deboe will present to the President a petition signed by Federal offieeholbers in Kentucky urging the appointment of Ytrkes as Internal Rev Com Four Filipinos belonging to the Guardia de Honor a baud of assassins whose victims were kid naped and boloed have been sen tenced to be hanged December 21 The First Kentucky regiment Louisville Legion was mustered out of the State Guard service by Lieut Col Jouett Henry of Touip kius vine The regiments proper ty was shipped to Franklort John Gibson the child murderer was seen Friday near Rush Boyd couuty and the officers believe he will soon be captured An active search is being made in all the ter ritory contiguous to Boyd counts Five freight cars on the Bloom field branch went over an embank ment near...

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. — 14 December 1900

rJIIf > 7 < i cztpdJ K c I 1 r h trBl1 r iIl n + s 1 ki JllttL1 JIb1 L I 1L 1 5 1 5 LTJ 1 E d T VI d2 U l HIKCASTLE COUNTY KYM FRIDAY DEC 14 1900 NUMBER 13 r d f I L5 c S TELL jRiiA JS TO E BRA VE Alt u FEARLESS I AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE < c = i 7QI GOOGHLAND LiintI Vton the first of the week on busi ACSSt ACSSV W H Jones got Wildie was here last Saturday ni t ht on husi 0 iiess iiessvUucle vUucle Wra McGuire oneor 1he oldest men in R count ty has been very ill for a few days pastG G W Jones was over from Conway the niosl of this week < as tiig his son while his little babe Itis been sick little M Flora Jones has been Very sick for the past week and she does not seem to be any better at this writing j W Shackleford of Boyd < G B Gastiueau of Garrard and C G Baker of Berea were the guests vf M R Jones last week they suc ceeded in finding plenty of turkey under a tub on Horse Lick be side the 20 pounder they took home with them Dr R H Lewis of Wildie has sc...

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. — 14 December 1900

F 1 i t 4 > e f I 1 UI lrn > i x dT TEit po j CJCCASTLE COUNTY lY FBIDAY DEC 1J OO fY IBER13 V t I 1 4 TELL Ii jjRJjj JS TO IJE BRA VE JiLJ FEARLESS AND LV YAL TO THE GREAT COiWiWOiV PEOPLE h H t I GOOGHLAND 7 L C Smith was m + from Living Vton the first of the week on busi I V ness It W H Jones Of Wildie was bre lasC Saturday ittrl hton husi 1 liessUncle v Uncle Wm McGuire one of The oldest men in Rockcaylle coup y ly has been very ill for a few days past pastG G W Jones was over from I Con way the host of this veek as f I stiug his son while his little babe lias been sick Little M Flora Jones has been Very sick for the past week and she does not seem to be any better at this writing j W Shackleford of Boyd G IL Gastiueau of Garrard and C G Baker of Berea were the guests of bI R Jones last week they sue ceeded in finding plenty of turkey under a tub on Horse Lick be side the 20 pounder they took home with them Dr R H Lewis of Wildie has ttjaie several trips to see little baby...

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. — 14 December 1900

era > NltV fernon Signal rIDA YDec 14 r900 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR ZOO r flduetising rates made known on application A London correspondent of the Cincinnati Enquier says there has been a moonshine still flourishing r for the last 20 years on Horse Lick in Jackson county and run by Mary Jane Rose a widow A pho tograph is presented showing the still and its surroundings Tht Whitelightning business has been Dgratcurse and drawback I to the north east side of Rockcastle and of Jackson It has caused many a mutdef and made many a rowdy Just previous to the sad and sudden taking offof B Ash he had been to Jackson and filled up on moonshine then went to the closing exercises of Sam Browns school where he was kill ed Little if any can be procured in this county but the good citi zens near the Jackson line of t both counties should unite in driving this homedestroyer from us and placing the violators where they belong The annual report of the Com m...

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. — 14 December 1900

r tfj l 1tV rin Signal dtf n > xrRIDAY Dec 14 1900 c ifllbZished every Friday by j EDGaR S ALBRIGHT SifESeRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on r application A London correspondent of the Cincinnati Enquier says there has w been a moonshine still flourishing for the last 20 years on Horse Lick byI I Mary Jane Rose a widow A pho tograph is presented showing the still and its surroundings The Whitelightning business has ti t been a greiitcurse and drawback to the north east side of Rockcastle and of Jackson It has caused many a murdef and made many a rowdy Just previous to the sad and sudden taking off of B Ash he had been to Jackson and filled up on moonshine then went to the closing exercises of Sam Browns school where he was kill ed Little if any can be procured in this county but the good citi zens near the Jackson line oftboth counties should unite in driving this homedestroyer from us and < placing ths violators where they p belong belongThe The annual repor...

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. — 14 December 1900

I t x kfSgna1 t VKKNW Kv lv 14 1900 t J7 1r J I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R R Co I 3ETI1IE Wi TIME TABLEI 24 north > 1105 a m 26 north 132 a m 23 south 157 P 11 25 South 144 am T AS LANDRUM Agent Entered at the Me Vcruwa liy 1ust once as sec ondclass innll matttr MASONIC Ashland Lodge No oMO meets lrd Moil day 10 A 111 CHURCHES Christian Holds services 1st 3r 1 Sunday at 11am and atGWpJli Presbytemu ll ld < j ervices on the 4th Sunday Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Suuday School at 9 a lu every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights Personal James Maret was in Lancaster WednesdayJ closed his school at ROUll stone Friday last Mrs Elizabeth Brooks of Paris is visiting Mi s W M Poynter W F Champ of Paint Lick was Here the first of the week Mrs Cleo Brown and Miss Dove B T etcher are in Louisville Dr Lucas the Livingston dentist was here Wednesday on business Capt A N Beutlvand Prof W R Dickerson were here Wednesday Rev Holtzclaw is holding a pro tract...

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. — 14 December 1900

J 5 1N i = I GO 110r General ltlerchar1die > Mte1ernon9Ky LY S 1r FOR j 1Z y O < hFem Fem r Q n c t f f fW f r J fW fJC1 fill < 1 r c r VJIr r Vl EIERIL NEWS Maj Henry Sweeney U > S A I retired died at San Diego Cal i A proBoer meeting was prohibited I ited by the police at Liverpool Tsang Chou wss occupied by the German troops without pppsi tion The Republicans have selected the McKinley Club for State head quarters Capt Eustace Gibson former Congressman died at Clifton Forge W Va The Agricultural Department crop report gives the acreage of cotton at 25034734 As the result of a dynamite ex plosion at Trimble 0 three men were seriously injured John Laurens Nanning Irby former United States Senator from South Carolina is dead The Federation of Labor practi cally reaffirmed its indorsement of the referendum At the local option election held at Sparta prohibition was defeated by an overwhelming majority A Man who murdered seven per sons and wounded five otheres was beheaded...

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 December 1900

y rt C 7onu1 V r 1 c A q c I i onu1 1 lilF i r oun letndn < 1 JII dtl iIi l t f AI < > 4 VOLUME xv 1 < MT i V RNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY K rhFRL Y DEC 21 1900 NUMBER 14 c TELL MY FR1ND S TO BE BRA VE A1rv FEARLES A NDLVYAL TO TE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE f SAVORY OR EXCELSIOR T v Roaster and Baker Just the thing you need to cook your Christmas turkey in If you t have a nice roast you want oioperly cooked then get you an Exclsior Srbastet and baker While the meat is cooking the baker is kept 10 s perfectly air tight and then to brown the contents all that is necessary Ppis 4s to open the ventilator For baking bread of any kind there is no pan or baker equal to the Excelsior baker and roaster f Both the Savory and Excelsior bakers and roasters are made of the very best material With them it is but little trouble to cook and nevei any danger of the meat or bread burning no diffierence how hot the oven is The Savory is worth 190 and the Excelsipr for the largest which is 14x19 and 8 i...

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 December 1900

c ffiRc MtYernoja J Signal t > j J y IUDAY Dec 2T 900 trA 2t e Plibis il very Frzdyby EDAR S AlbRIGi h i c 0 iSUBSCRIPTION ONf EAR I o O f tiverting rates made known on 4 h t f iij5 lzca1iot + i l THI survival of the whipping P9sL in the state of Delaware and therecerit flogging there of a iqur teenyearold boy for petty theft has aroused some discussion among the newspapers The New York Jcurnal speaks of it as a relic of jfarbarism while the Washingtpa post believes such punishment I salutory m cases of wifebeating I repeated petty theft horse stealing and other hardened crime Hu mane methods have been tried and found wanting The brute goes I to jail at the expense of honest I hard working taxpayers fares sumptuously every day for some petty crime while his wretched family suffers both cold and hun ger and yet as soon as he is releas ed from prison he will return with renewed intergy to his favorite crimes For such people we have always contended the whipping post is the only ade...

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 December 1900

Mt Yeruon Signal Mt VERNOX KY Dec 21 1900 L e 0 j f m LOUWVILLC b NASHVILLE R R Co r I TIME TABLEI 34 north 1105 a m i 26 north 132 a m I i 23 south Vv 157 prr I 25 South 144 a U1 TAS LANDRUM Agent Entered at tho Mt Vcrmj Ky Post oS6c us sec onaclass mail matter MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 2rd Mon day 10 A m CHURCHES Chrmian Holds services 1st L 3r I Sunday at 11 a m and at 630 p m Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th SandnyBaptist Baptist ChurchServices on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Suuday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting g on Tuesday nights I Personal I J J McCall is very If typhoid fever v M R Tones of Goochland was here yesterday Mr George Cook of Livingston was here Monday Mrs George Fish was in town shopping yesterday A Pennington moved into his new house this week newMr Mr J C McKee of London was here the first of the week Mr Henry Thompson of Pins burg was here the first of the I week weekMr Mr and Mrs Harry Blazer are visiting relatives at Dunk...

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 December 1900

1 2 Wo1 > 1 t OBITUARY 4 f Just as the dreary cold winter to steals upon us and ere we are aware of its presence a messenger from God steals in upon us and silently and gently does lie perform his vearihly mission that we are r not aware of his presence tillIte has i gently wafted upward upward wiCh the spirit of dear sister Lucy V toa better world where there is no J A tt T j more i suffering for ber to bear bur aU is peace and rest sweet rest Oh to her how sweet must I v have been the music > of the ah t gel s wings as i they rustle to lift ajar < that pearly gate that she might ass into the beautiful dayNo v > Astrql but the true light of God r ighik the passage way through which dear sister Lucy has passed and is now done i wandering through this earthly home She has passed theJast door and the ciiinson cur tain closed down behind and she is i free to go whither she willaye a child of God Just let loose from this sinful world Now she will ti scatter away over fields ...

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 January 1901

s q r r y < t s 4 z 4 IC V d 4f i Ffyl r C t 1 + l1tf C v t 4YA4d1 J f t tl x 1 + 4i r f y o f 1d = f 4 dE M1 JA YptrLs t7r r ou1tt ti s jF t > f i y t > e tLUr E xV Hv o 4 o 111 VL RI ONlrUlJh1STL r COIJV i Y h I irDrY JAN i A1h 1 I t 7 < F rY y1tY f7 L s XP = S Pyd6 v > w t LL IYFRIENDS TO BE BRA 1rE AA U FFARL SS AND LUYAL T 0 THE GREAT C0MJYlp p f > flews Iteps + i r tA wine combine has been org ai d ized iu CalifoniTa 1 5 Fire destroyed properly woe li 150000 at Burlington Iowa A bold gang of counterfeiters is operating at Johnson City Tenn Nashville police made nearly iqopo arrests during the 0 year 1900 1900rGoar Coal miners in Northern Color rado went on a strike for higher wages > Mrs Amanda Dayton Rogers was burned to deathin Robertson count V il According to a dispatch from J ekitt there has been a cessation ationrifli vofliostilities rt i v The census shows over 20 towns in Kentucky to have over 4 006 inhabitants At Band e Wyo the thermome ter regist...

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 January 1901

1M > th J = Hi diln WH 5 I I Itll rk LI i fi r r 7pLlJ1E XV i < > AT < c r I l7 6 TELf AIY FRIENDSTO llEB1J JrVE 11 J FHARLJjS AND I itv HEWS Itefs if lr cAi e combine has been orjjan 7 zed il California i < Fire destroyed pioperly wor Ji 150000 at Burlington Iowa V bold gang of counterfeiters is operating at Johnson CityTenn Nashville police made nearly ipobo arrests during the year 1900 r 1 Goal miners in Northern Colo rado went pn a strike for higher wages > AV > Mrs Amanda Davton Rogers wasburned > T J to death j in > Robertson county > 5 According to a dispatch from Pekiavitherc has eeri a cessation i9f liostilities t j v The census shows over 20 towns iu Kentucky to l ave over 49 ° ° inhabitants At Bandie Wyo the thermpme ter registeis twentyeight degrees below zero I Ctizens of Chicago will present the battleship Illinois Xvith a ip obo silver service George Collingswojjb of Mid dlesboro a section foreman was killed by an engine Mrs B C Green of ...

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 January 1901

a llJttw 1 SignalM1 15 e t 1 si + j 7 rFIfIDi1Y J4 19VI 1 M 1 Y > t Published every Friday by > E6AR S ALBRIGHT tt BCjUPT16N ONE YEAR 100 t 1 vert Jl ralcs made known on t application r p t j f i y X t THE experienceltpf the last two thee pea e = f pie of MtCVerrion and vicinity of 4 the wisdom of maintaining and heartUy supportiug a inttici al co t Ora1on t It is with the = people wietlier or not they vlll breathe thetbieath of life into her Almost lifeless Body and put her wheel s again 4 tki wa The Signal is forthe selection n f of good businesslike property f holding trustees who c have brains f enough and busings capacity tot cruu our city governmetft on a sound and economic Vbasis con aisx sistant with public improvement Levy a reasonable poll prd ty aiid occupation tax do away with tri itia dut3ron our greets > clean them up and keep them clean by i contract maccadamize them as they should be and can be build good s14ewalks > throughout our town keep an accurate a...

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 January 1901

j r ttl 1 I J t l tlRIDtIY nn4 1901 l > < Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT + < S t vw > SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO rr 1 r 4 to > Advertising rates made known on ajplicafionr i fIe L Wv i V I t YT HE experienceltpf the last two I rJtt yam v s uionths ought to convince the oI t pie of MtSVerrion and vicinity of the vWisdora of maintaining and b heartijj f Supporting a inttnicirjal COJpora lon iilt is with the people wlietlierW uot + they wlll breathe the bieath of life into her almost lifelesabodw and put lien odvheeTs again 1 j SsJv The Signal is for the selection f of good businesslike pro ere Y hpl4ing trustees who Have brains enough < and busin ss capacity to > pruu our city governmeift on a sound and economic Vbasis con wJi1 sistant with public improvement Levy a reasonable poll pr < ty a occupation tax do away with I fIr iUtia I duty on our streets clean them up and keep them clean by contract maccadamize them as they should be and can be build g...

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. — 4 January 1901

H MtVern on rgj t < t VERN 11ty 2n 4 TL9I O L p I 1 LounviLLc 4 NASHVILLE R R Co I 0 I TIME TABLE 24 north rios a in 26 north 1 rJ32 a in 23 south 4vv v I57 P 1P 25 South V 144 a m lAS LANDRUM Agent filtered at the Mt Ver1LyPostocfice a sec s noclass mail matter IL < MASONIC Ashland Lodge N6 MO niuuis 3rd Mon JaylOAw I r i CHURCHES Christian Holds services 1st 3r 1 Sunda at 11 am and at 630 1 > m Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th Sunday SundayBaptist Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Suuday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights iPersonaL 1 i < J f R B 1 Mullinsis verJ sick I V Emmet Hansel has scarlet fever t Lee Chestnut was in Louisville Monday Mrs Georgia Rice spent last week in the city r RL Brown was m Frankfort the first of the week E B Coxand F L Thompson wentTto the city last night t G CV Williams is in Louisville attending to some legal matter 1 Albert Hiatt was one of the new additions to the College th...

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. — 4 January 1901

> I I lot 71 f + A CWIA40 = = d GUIADiIMS S fn f neraJ Merchandises 8 MtV r flonKy fuj tiQ mf1 > N I j 4 tnn t j Y 5 1 i 0 v f 4 > < e rl l 1if1i1rJ 1 ff II f 110 J > rn < 00 11 U r t t i h L J L t r t LanQ3 DCK ftcp J A Jr filler Vfiairi Ityr tr shot iChmtnias night trow Alfeels 01 which it had to lie UiiUo Tobacco ia 11e1nt prllc1uct which the lafmers i R + le castle can raise can inakt vmoic dear money out of it and < atriJe going < STmxjEj ing to try their hand il is > viear at raising it may V M 3 Farris bought Q Si q Black 1 60 shoats af iytfr cuts Chas Wood sold to > MVjt Farnis a bunch of extra feeder rt 4Jc The Burgin Roller 1 ulk bought 8co bushels of whe ttirn = Rise r Miller at S3C delivcreK + 4luniv f phrey Hudson sold to I f JFarsris 125 barrels of corn at i Mrv Farris also bought 200 barrels Ifo > n Chas Gray of the West lind at 2 iAdocate < r Y M J Farris bout of C T S Black 160 shoats t4s and uf Chas > Wood a hunch of extra fee...

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. — 11 January 1901

< c 1i 4 nuu1 cftnnu J oan > retUOU t i J J t c i > < t > S 0 LUME Xl i I MT VERNU Ji JLShJ 3 UL E tJO U Y KY F t 1 DAY JAN 11 1901 tJ 11 1 R 16 oj Ts TELL iJIYFRIENDS TO BEBIlJ 1rJ1JFrARLESS ANDLV YALTO THE GREATCOMiJION PEOPLE11 n I New Iternfh Two prisoners escaped at Mid dlssboro by firing the jail Saturday broke all records of t New York Stock Exchange All gradfes of refined sugar wsre advanced ten pointsX A fire brick pool with 1250000 capital was formed in Ohio Presidnt McKinley is ill from cold anti < denies f t himselt ± to callers i1 i England has ordered omljc jlYp ships which will be the largest in I thewcrld 4 4 1 Unloading by speculators caused temporary alarm 6h the Ntw York Stock Exchange A detachment of British met a superior tprce of Boers and suffered a heavy loss 45 Samuel D Caldwell United States Cojusular Agent at Seville Spajn died in London wire destroyed a building of the AirLine at Princeton Ind caus ing a loSS of 2OQPQU t There are eight ...

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