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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 February 1891

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Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 February 1891

t f A mkh 1 Hew Far mora Jhouoe warehousemen u Tuesday with ho Times says svlllo buyers woro it among than was lilt one of tho biggest ouisvillc market Of cscnt none represented c manufacturing firms acco brokers A few 0 oclock Gen John S sident of tho Tobacco Tsociatiou addressed tho called the attcntiou of Iy to tho circular that had tied by tho v buyers and said ould read thii circular for are that everybody had not it rcular Jias already been pub The Board of Directors state sville as tho most central chosen for tho principal chows of the association The atloiiuf the houses is favorable in It it is ijlosc to the railroad and Eyago uJH only ho rcijiiired on to- aotriingby tho river about 15 cent A no circular goes on to that the following scalo of fees boon adopted Tho fees for sell- tobacco will bo 150 per hogs ii to be paid by tho seller and 2 le paid by LiCOj the buyer o the hogshead ffive cents per Fen stated that it 5f the directors to p if was found that Wj a surplus Or if ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 February 1891

Pd A mmm fmmm Hi mm WHB k Mmmm iK - rwrtctts sutfacnt oncncii and In Xttjws iJawla for Edwardes lay or two afterward the architect jjtowoponi house discovering tnnt Kfj in the waft of blnnSBS required tiedlalu attention in New York i j ri 3 n rost jsvon jrr6nnd forgoing so events pacirou ma ige oh the Arizona world anqrpotooH Ritftbandonedvlovely Southern coast of Ire loyeliest loast known Jd retreats in Europe aous Sionses Voro over- trrpRii irfrtaqtho ateen fa were mado joautiful as of crass Tho warm if lit- in CinU rtatbeceAjbeV jlnd January nalitv of anEnjrli8h snnnK innitantR wfiro n fir de- Jvf fishermonjU bearing vrkromplexlduu and vigorous traces o their haudsomo Span- I T Um in audition to n moat fiullauy ai4d a coupler or ex DTiictv danahtfirH Belli n zhani pied to his agrceAblo Buriuiae an in artist ueiwiso uy name if had known yeata ago in Now lus lonely man of genlu3 was Mf in thChabitor spending tho BMroAiBMMBJratitiferrini to can- of color and kiwery turn tive ain too...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 February 1891

Ettlh African hsit How mUuh jrotiur down Aro in hit round in lis IttttiQA as at present SIkSM us theories as to how these lUvo becu formed bat nil ngrco Juttributilig them to wlcutilo actiop My ore all luuiiel slupcd the sides tip funnel bohg composed of a imsc igneous rock known in miners iilanco us reef It Is or a soapy LlUro easily acted Upon by the at- ishore consequently most danger- fits as large pieces in some instances Sighing hundreds of tons get do uched Tiioro oro no means of uioriug it up and without warning hs enormous slices wilt slide off into tho working portion of tho mine jurying the claims and sometimes lilingtho employes The whole of he funnel is Illicit with -blue round tho reef sloping at various agios but on an average of one in teen Tho theory is that in time rMixi nf 1io i nf ivJH mwt ni cm nn ining tiic bottom of tho funnel aether that hole will expand into a Mcr cavity is of course matter speculation It should be hl that tho diamonds were not lied whero th...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 February 1891

n H V v i Of CI 3 fc Vdnt Krwtft BtMtMTMtfifc o fluents li W Xi tfin whta kd reporter Ibe Carter Journal What ivJdiiw m bacd his Rjos jF crookedness against he scco Grow ors Associalkm Mtise replied tJion these ground and ho handed tli reporter two Amtm of paper One of then wm a joint coutraet purport ing jo be entered into by Julias liark liouo SterHiig Edmunds and M I Barker in Uhs mouth of lait August to get oplioHrf oiijtlio warehouses of til It tit 1 ltaail n1 4 ll q iji mm viRwiHlftll mm lu ftuu uteiUo gome peigonjoiinerona Th signature of the abovo mentioned gen tlemen were affixed to the contract which was the original copy The other documHt was letter to Mr 11 Hofiuyi wherelH Mr Barker agreed to get options on the Cincin nati warehouses This was dated In ApVil Thats pretty good evidence isnt H inquired Mr Erwin You see I know my business Uero is the man who tried to form the syndicate which j caused all the trouble anu who Is yet a member of Uio association formed to destro...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 February 1891

m hi IVTE Proprietors AT VEii 8 1SQ1 IthSIDKNT Cleveland -Jew Yoik cTti r VICK - VIlKSIDENT J G CARLISLE Of ACcntucly I fIN STEPS DOWN ional Results Reachd By f Farmers Alliance In stigating Committee Inow Warehouse Approved honsatloual result lias been d by tho Executive Committee farmers ana uiuorers union Irwin investigation I he To- Associatlon mis tri- S B Erwin is no longer lot the State Union neither br of Tho Kentucky Statu official organ of ho tendcred liU resignation lono and sold the other yes- romarkablo turn in he tho fact that after next Isuc the official organ Will bo 11 by the Fanners Homo Join- Re latter prner will give tne a department and E K Lf Reaver Dam has been an B v icauy ihe becomes tho tho Farmers and Mon Tho lion T T ex Beprcscntatl vo of Car tas bequ promoted from I - it t ti fmiency 10 inc x resiliency Mora aim Laborers union he Tobacco Growers cr its winy Mr Erwin is lorida to morrow for his Altogether it is a big change surprise a goou many ine tho Ex...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 February 1891

M J 4 ty sJ rJSP 1 It 1 l - - CU FoUpdry Company Uo jnako 8000 atoves with a privilege of 15000 which ihould bo built with Secreta ry J M Kellys patent steel oven and giving the firm the exclusive richfc of making sales in Maryland Virginia North and South Carolina Tho demand for stoves mado by tho Loxtngton Foundry Company undor theJrpatont3 extends already from Now England to New Orleans and as far Wost as Bait Lako City Tho success oft this company shows hat can be accomplished by manu facturing enterprises in this city un der compotont management Lead er Capt Puncli After a Good Thing Patrick Tunch of Mt Sterling Deputy United States Marshal is in the city He brought with him twd boys convicted in tho Unitod itateSOMirt at Covington of pass fng coul Jwrfoit money and had them placed in tho Koform School in tho District of Columbia This after- uoqh Deputy Marshal lumen in company wnu ioproseamuve xusue uoallod on Commissioner Miller and MlHl an application for tho position DopjUy...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 February 1891

8 The advoc It lJ3WtfTTfflrtJ I ilf fltfc it jfwj t Bsairixjandoipn 2j JULIAN HAWTHOBNE CtcyTUkt 1650 r American froo Association CHAPTER XH TO BS HONEST AS TUI3 WOUU GOES A it ton nini i S f 50 iThcrci nothing inittliat you tncy not sec tpwt you Tcaa tii Mr Wallio Dinsmoro had been in dulging in n good deal of casuistry of late owing to a desiro to reconcile hl3 thory that human beings ought to help one another with his temperamental aversion to being mixed up in other peo ple a attaira iln might havo evaded tho difficulty by handing over th pth troubled would only havo been an Fway of forcing his own hand Ho Rkcd a great number of cigars seated lus study chair and incitentally tried Fstare his groat whito owl out of fnance but h hesitated sjlll Ouo morning while thus occupied ho I heard a carniigo stop at the door and a card was brought up to him Contrary to his usual custom in such cases ho jumped up tossed his cigar into the fire gave a pull to his collar and a jerk to his coat ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 February 1891

L0 Kr5 -ft ESS rv DUUUC flMM ornrntslon nd mkir r Yd by i it hi Utt annual of tlie ii CiTJi service whijhiwmmi bu the merit nyent jwwrtllr 5vi called furth crushing rejoliukr fim Uio comiojettkm in the shapaofa totter to the Frothteut In hie report the Postmaster General wade these points Flruty that iu tlie opinion of the railway wall offlco one fourth or One third of Iho eligible or pertom Jtht have xMn the examinations pre aerlbed by the commission fall toJA tho requirements of their employment eeond thatthe railway wall service fFSfnoTiHwely prostituted to partis a ends when ths administration of tin a PotoiHce Department was buyittr IteAf between Starch 4 ftnd May 1 Sfy with removing tho persons jjpofnted to that servico during the fa Cleveland administration and putting back the trustand tried Republicans removed by Mr Clevelands Postmas tcrtGeneral Tho man appointed by tlm latter before tho olvil service regu lations wore applied to tho railway mall service Mr Wanamakcr chara...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 February 1891

- r - CIKT V S Willi r y SI AM JLi We strive to please and from the large f Ynrl tita Anintr vera flpl jj - satisfied that our off or ts to please have been more than successful FAMOUS rt i til - GRANDEST OECEM -EVER HELD IN- Ci c0 J It MONTGOMERY COUNTY -AT THE- liAJpLli I FITS WAY BELOW ZERO Bill Oiraats FUR I HING GOOD h Ji i mmmtmrnemmmmmmmmm wst mil What we advertise you can rely on We do not advertise goods that are not in stocf They are all ther stacks of them in this sale STOR Jl AfEff Inn J We will not consider profits in this months sale at all We wish to make this our BANNER MONTH of the year and to accomplish this we Will havo to soil stacks of goods n our trado for the month of Novomberwas more than gratifying But the prices we will place- on all goods for our DECEMBER BANNER SALE will move goods in doublo quick time We havo marked down pniceu ohallNg09clfi in our mammoth store room This sale will bo a remembrance in the business annals of Mt Sterling As wo havo said bo...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 February 1891

W wifo camo 4 y 1IVCS III T f i Court f Apkls Decision AytfiKkiitfant 01 KJrpclltorti Elif Mye Powell county vs Kentucky Lumber OoNnt to 19 reported Film I lSim Appeal from Powell Ouu rt of Common Pious Opinion of tlui court by Judge Iryni rovewlntf Ill thin notion by n county iifriiliirt an aartlirneofoi tin1 bfiiffli of credb tors to reoovHi diiiniiK for tbo ob struction tuul uppropilatiou by tbe assignor ti corporation of u public road In tho county and also for tin- teuoVory of tm rot 1 thu petition al leging tho continued uso and session of tlio routl by the assignee rrronrtho durG nrthu loIgnniont tliF court erred In requiring tbo plain tiff to elect wbetlior It would proceed for tbo trospnas committed by the asshcudr or for that committed by I the assignee There was but onu Icuuso of notion unci the claim for rtno Injury done alter tlio assignment xrs Wolf a for that done before Is only an Unsecured debt that will slniro morply Its proportion of tbo Assets of the insolvent wi...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 February 1891

mm T - K A JTrfJCfcPT iKr i f JfF K r7Jff xxazol Green slH ATambcaJCflports tho birth kUtoby to M vifo of Jos A K Hazel Green on tho 10th i Day haa boon Improving his no proporty anu now imb tjnlTRi tlio moat convenient Jnga in Hazol Greon C V Rice of iMchmond ha9 ac- tcoped a position as eulesmati in the itarauf J a y at tins place and bnttuort upon his ulety duties Monday i Taylor Dav has 1 ought all tho lotilar timber on Mike Ohairs boundory of land on Laurel and ib building a tine splash dainto run it o out to Itod rivor Puatrnaster Ploratt a few days aircc toliT aC0inonov order toa innnwhoptdlihntllfty ono dollar bills Tluirf probably accounts for the scarcity of change Mls Bollc Ciookruinof this place who has been engaged in teaching school In Breathitt for some time was lust wook married to a young Mr Haddlx smof Ilenloy Haddix Tho editor of this paper is uolthar a seventh son or thoson of a seventh son and thorefjjwtfnot supposed to bo glftedwith prophetic speech This 111 ho...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 February 1891

j jf Frso l lie bus illC4S fr 3 i jteasdtVJirjgifc cjariga TgiLBRO WHOLt M 3 Ls imVftiiiif sudsc6iptionrates O ieyiswrtn HSvonO - a w BTJ iViiMB JTltt 7 J t U VV WhoiojErai 1T ffiE ADVOCATE jq T MUGcorgla ScddfmB2flcplQdta pulsion in the SiiagW Ocjiobr onnlontortjn ifpau IntiesWturdny M i -- - rrr HOtleey CutsiJv SuUdn3 ijwlcj lakingdo paiimCHtjg ctmpleje witli tyVEXas iii via unOja taker and Mr poisey cait TchTOVlfVlfin onf W f a- - 25-at- r John L StoTlic8 rcutetl Ibp Jit Stcilhi and TofllronvllIe Itko 1 tJio cnpiJiiiycavfor 1V27C nntl JO roiU of rocU u - - Tlio WustcrtJ Jiilon Tclugrapli Go will vnti a llttq lo Mt Stciling TliU wil pogopd ijpwyi to -all wio liavo Those nqcdliig Mr Doicys nro fussional Will plcasp call him tho tulppfipncL and lie will be with ihoiif on ouoi lionrs hoticerbr leavo orders atCassidy Sutlons The Utile bou of IV V Green ol Grassy Jjick nujt with a severe ncci dent on Ifiiday By eoiho incatw he XiuHcdJnTkjUlti of boiling water off Hip fjtovn UnwiJig it ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 February 1891

ffi ADVOCATE NEWS OF THE WEEK rincclon ami Caldwell county havo aiigal o build n joint workhouse Kris 1ms four candidates for Mayor 1 Chamber Den Terry T 0 SguriicSnmu Euwsids anrlilvcy u Is promised an all four arc u It fs said Mrs J J Miller and Mm m McGrath of Flcmlngsburg havo IwrUcd about 100000 from their obelor brotllcr who died recently at In Has Ulty i Meutlemonr of the press Kindly Ycryddad that paragraph about people ivlllcv f lit ii of Frankfort boycotting There is not a word of -Capital f 1HiiitiU tf KNi tiitsiit Tntirn iy j JMI1IU1 ui drilllmr a well at tho depth of fct struck a vein of silver sixteen I good find but a little l cach HI soon have a new ton- it fact tir9 tho popular klo fur less than the liat a 25000 trotting ioecu put up lor tno kof 1891 Atlanta bounty Fanners toclatiou passed Hon at a rccoht any onb to of Indiana j3t who Ii of grub per weak Ijland Homestead of Hs una tno Farm ami gjo 111 aud Springileld jt 110000 postal cards feplies from farmers to rc...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 February 1891

1 Jl m i WT DIRECTORY v rti yiMTt ATW k Jom K CoorM wMidtaMhTkM iwMr y ami iM rourw Mur la jioTMr i9T J808TT unwfcU Tkltd Meadar 1 hafifcuinli riT ou1 UtfniV llBWiArBa9tKiildlitr Tuwtday f kr Third Xuuduy la January April July tail fiOtJKTY ceuar r Knt Mu4fty kf eaek Moth mi fNfe siTYufttisfvcirji Hi- v 3kUm -fit vot nmioi sir Tvdyii nwwnnt t i Professional iWMMHjVlWIWy W XMGrOXD otfL9twHajKr 7Ut3f i STABLKR CO WJWLMALS CLOTJSSJW Ctftctsjusi 0 i W7 jta -ft WMH 0 Mm am JC y A ftiJUUU4 - t jttfcuM41aw A Ciir lttr 0Mrt8lrMt XJawrIlBgKr WIX AfcOSPAVJtt y vw K XTMAX B08 A CO Maaufaeturenof UJUlUlu U Wert lArt 6U CleclDBtU O StjT ITLKR APPSRSOV IMcCoriStnt LawU Apjwtott MtSterlljKr JAMES B CA3SIUY ML fitMrliairXT Ica No S Conrt Strwt uprtlr Will attend lompujr to any Duiaa entnutea K a care UN M KU10TT MLSterllBrKy fiBc In riwr Block IWUITK ft HHOOkS i I MtGterllnrKr BW1U nmcti e In the enunttei of Menttomrr lKathMenleeiowlt Clark tud Bourbon and i tne superior and Appeliat toarta urace i...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 February 1891

KF uKxkmaaa One of a man whoso lovo of humor iltil not iind cxclusiro vont through his facile pen merry nature delighted in - trcttinirtholauElrmrsomcr one orliia friends and I eiall ncvor forget a lit tle prank lio played on my colleague Judge Hare Haro and Cox had i - stnicK up a iricnmy acquaintance followed closely upon the formers entree Into the Fortieth Congress One day they chanced to meet abqul noon in one 01 inu uapnoi cornuors and Hare invited tlio New Yorker to godbwn staira and lunch with lilni Much obliged said Cox hut ufes t must see a man pn the floor on important business thin 111 join vnn All right Bald llarcTlf await you uowu suiirij unu u you ecu j friend you would like to have bring him alongttoO t iInto CWs fun loving cranium a sebemo straighway crept lie dis patched wliafc busihcss ho had in a twinkling and then proceeded to con fer with ilrst one Congscssman and then another till nt last nine of us fol lowed him Cut of the Chamber anil down into the llonse re...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 February 1891

Rod Tape K8SOK jy109W0 UJvalue 993530o t l InoPKRTVi thorough- onp foOO 1 thdroughbrcd fc1002 thoroughbred marcs ami colls 200 31 stallions common or mixed 7075 29G3 gelding mares and colts oniulou or uilxAd 137150 7J7 mules and mule colts 3305 20 jacks 13750 107 jouuoti 3G30 3 thoroughbred bulls 105 181 thor oughbred cows and calves 2710 5-77-1 bulls steer cows aud calves com moicor inlxod 120036 0770 sheep 12405 3480 hogs over 0 inouUu eld f if u u y vo jpi4ou watcnes and clock 7162 gold silver and plkted way6Si7 Jewelry 060 rS4 diamonds 2010 household lurui ture over 2504950twlutngBother than family likenesses and prints 42 prolVsalonal library orer 250 550 lilnno fortes and other musical tiwnts 9765 sewing aid knitting- machines over 3U in value ou safes 1455 wagons carriages buggies and all vehicles 23241 raw materials to bo used in manufacturing 9505 manufactured article 350 manu facturing implements and machinery 000 agricultural products of all kiude not of this year 6555 pa...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 February 1891

TITE ADVOCATE - - 01 JiW VorJef SW v m Ot Kcl it t nckyr Ioung Empcior per ina bt his aBa nhMBLMAgOUifpt8brlir 4 - dt Ti Ml OTKKIlXO TrUSOAlrEL 1891 n l utt fit tfeOVEEridDVUAilD QoBN q Toarlisle IT- A You are lookhitf for Uioibost fnwli 1 c TffC i t3at lbrougn wltowadi t da Tjwi 3K arnsuviii Mmm than any paper published here aluVTcachcB Jior pcoplo ivhb nrd 0 ibntary to It Sterling than other - publicaHon Our IjooIcb arc r ti Senator Yoorhcpili of a compl itioiv lUllllliklA most bi4attcnd to liis A A ib tVir Jr4 i TnCSIui thirseimso fiuniif mo iiraiudur Of the session A lire in the Pullman ropair shop at St Louis on Thursday destroyed shopa and machinery to the valuo ol G0000 - lllevcii cars i110000 plaining mil 25000 and tenement lionsps adjoningflfrgOQpO y W f VDdjnocratic menucrs 01 mo nonsc Roli iiobAvithout rcas8ii lliat riium was wliie washcd in order to LsaviTlho issment of having hpiJoiit a third jnmissioncr 01 rciisioii Ivo men called on John Mathers n nrliun fnRliior Into...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 February 1891

M rw JWiB wmmyin2 n V I1 txiso of klv zajj i bc l goods ut Veliki price to all artd gun Hlltud UUUJ t fillSmfyQp RATES f 1 i vpav an anviinrfti ii Atli ttu0 Jtfoftlilll t il Alltr MSWWilWftT ayswffrifea GO o Joo Ciuiroi rn v mM ni cliTOrffftu coiiiittt JiL Vttii 8K raffii5 bet nil gcailng pnccp one toed s DiVld MnJJurriugtolibas boon con- lui - vunuiif TnlctnaiRpvenuo fyrthofiiith Oov irtjjtOiOUtriet or JOsntycky i i - Wowisli fo ntjfyouv corrcsond cuts that llW iiiust va lto on one side oflbopapjir oniyyor Ihclr fccMIans may reach uio wasto basket Higgins CayWoodK cblored near Lai ouijRun bad a tobacco barn bum- fed oi Thursday night Tho barn con tained about 5000 lbs of tobacco COO Insurance Parlies wanting a saddlo tbat will Iglvb perfect oasd and comfort bad jlKUqtgelOboqf JOB Conroyp as be akcftojpry precaution using best lUtcrinls to give satisfaction JPD HMplorf baa rental of J M jinllb bis properly on Vinu Rlroct and will movo abouMhoJlst of March Mr Tipton comes to VInn str...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 February 1891

L iSft tx DTgl 0 AC y H mE ADVOCATE NEW OF THE WEEK England takes our wheat mid corn and pork and beef and tnrd Of courso wo ought to cut oft nil importa tion from England Courier Journal The Ways and Means Committee of tho National Worlds Exposition has decided to ask Congress to appropii ato 500000 in aid of tho Wort Vs Fair Tho matter will ho laid before tho next Congress as tho present one is too near tho end of its session to get it through Tho number jof women preachers in tho United Stales is put at tho moder ate ilguro of 200 No Mallslinn has yet been found who would undertake to enumerate the number of women wild teeuire to mmr or place or the Condition of their au ditor The Btory that Cincinnati gitU wear gum overshoes inous sizes for oar mutTs in cold weather i3 a canard They may wag em in fly timo and use em for fans to keep perspiration from melting their bangs but cover tip their cars so that they cant hear never Louisville Times John 13 Floyd an operator ol a rip saw ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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