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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 November 1893

i c W friWW M Ml M I I SHE ADVOCATE Pi vi vr l - ft 1 FS W V f A gWr 4 COUN ANNOUNCEMENTS I Announcements for county offices fcr oih tftnnmnitiv1 thoordor foundations in the interest of candid- fttea 10 ccntsipor lino rfs SHERIFF ttrl niiiAiMil in announce Rich vrdH Hunt as acandidatcYor Sheriff OiMontgomory county sudjcc io mu faction of tho Dem6cratipart El Tir iMl anthnriKfld to announce Wm Slcdd as a candidate lor tonorm Fk nf MVintcrrtrrlflrV COUIllV HUUluui w iuu L action of theDomocratic party tow n w o n thnrlzod to annonnco 3 0 it jiitA fnn ciinKiirnf f Jo Ixillispioa cauuiuio wv w t Montgomery county subject to tho action oi iuowBuiuuurj FOR JAILER 3 We aroauthorized to announco Joo OTurleyas a canamaio lur tuui v dtiT Montomory county subject to the ac iMaltioVof the Democratic party aroauthorized to announce nJbaephr Mr Smithy as candidate for ailor of Montgomery county subject to the action of tho Democratic party Vt Wo ard authorized to announco T M Loach as a candidat...

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. — 21 November 1893

V 1 Ifl J i ii Kf v V f v fHt f K n r - v n V- 1 - I o KfW UWD STWIJt CXOPi o Ji X ReidboUglit a bunch of 20 feederyestorday average 800 lba at 2 cents Mr tohn Henry has sold his crop of tobacco amounting to fivo acroa at 33 cents A number of Bourbon county cattle buyers wore in tho market yesterdaj looking for cattle James Campbell of Fronchburg -did well with his cattlo Monday re ceiving satisfactory prices Esquiro A B Thomason of Bour bon county bought of W W Baily yes terday 17 head of mountain cattle averaging 675 pounds at 2 cents Col Thomas Johnson has sold hit fat cattlo about 86 head all told at 4 t cents for tho best and 4 cents for sec ond grade to Simon Wiehl average 1650 pounds A Jessamine county farmer shucked 154 barrel8bfr of corn off a ton acre field Throe sample ears weighed 7 pounds The Journal Bays this is the largest yield of corn reported in that county this season James C Cord of Wodonia Ky writes to tho Maysvillo Bulletin 1 had 140 bushels of wheat ground and...

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. — 28 November 1893

r K a t5 i ft I a - V b PIT v 4 v J UK IH vWjwMWf - I C J Xrf V Jit For Sweet Charity The preapoci is very good for heavy call pntho Charitably incliuod th6Jcomingwiotor Tho eummor and fall1u8cndiliavo not brought fo Imatiyof thowiorking people tho op portunities forwork that is usual and rnaiiywho aro unused to ask for aid TwiU gointo iho noxt fov monhts with - poor prospect of gotting along with- ti r i irii o 1 1 -1 r 1 5 1 ILJKJUirN J 1 - - - v l i - 1 KrBELL Makes a Raid Into the Moonshine - Al District and Destroys Some niicit Distilleries Deputy Collector M O Cockroll has gone through his first expbrionco in making a moonshino raid That Maj Shelby made no mistake in se lecting him those who know him best did not doubt and that ho will por fbrm his duty with credit and at tho samo timo with absolute fairness no ono who knows him doubts News came to Mr Cockroll pn Friday of last week that a couple o stills wero running in the cliffs On tho North Fork of Licking At once tho Depu...

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. — 28 November 1893

i w Eu K v X 9jj nMffiaMBT - W at the base ifl SO feet at the top 21 k 1L tH Ve is 11 feet throughout structure roete on a and the eatiro JA graaite foundation 55x30x10 y THE ADVOCATE AM i UIf8Pr rft ITEMS OF INTEREST cm Thoro aro in England 5000 women gardeners 226 women plumbers and 345 woman dentists In Malaga workmen aro allowed 15 minutes leisure In every hour to smoko clgarottcB Thoproduction of paper from the hops waelo in breweries is being con sidered in Germany Tho preliminary surveys ior the Pacific Railroad required four seasons and cost over 1000000 Experiments aro being carried on at Vermont University looking to the conversion of culm into a fertilizer Nearly all ot tho chamois skin in this market is made of sheep skin or goat skin from England and France BTheJaciflc Ocean is supposed to cover 68000000 squaro miles or fully one third of tho whole earths surface A bedroom suit of wood elabor ately carved made in Michigan and exhibited at tho Worlds Fair is val ued at 1...

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. — 28 November 1893

fc 1CL v C r I to E - o s W ADVOQVm u vw 4 - AH tafarrimiui ToiUL Coal and Iron Ud Company has been placed in Finds oi recetvoiv -Secretary ot AgficBlturo IUi Rulk died Tuesday at Viroqua I He had been lllforsomo linio still h nd was unexpected a 1 UBIU1U - 0 - been considerably improved fhe smallost oat-boil- is largo ugh to show that the blood needs Mrying x Warming which if un- ded may result not in moro bollB Itin Homothlng very much woreo Revert the danger in time by tho use KAyortr Sarsaparilla Cured othere will euro you Logan Carlisles Wit A story was told me bo ion6r Douglass illustrating tho quick wit of Logan Carlisle who is his fa thers right bower in tho Treasury - jrss i i aw Tayior iP Hlsjocture was witty and oloquout Kf i was lively and ontortaining through- out waa upuiiy uuniuuu c - o and therewith bits of song and carrlcaturo which brouglit his hearers yt intoclosest sympnthy with his theme 1 Word painting of tho lifo and tho zA 3haracorieticsof tho people who were...

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. — 28 November 1893

IM j 1 7 K K KC -V ji - - - TMX THE ADVOCATk wN - 4DY0CATE PUBLISHING COHPAMY TUK3DAY NOV 81 1803 COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo are authorized to announce J no EGrovoB as a candidate lor Assessor Jf Montgomery county subject to tlio action of the Democratic party Dont Assign The times are hard Many of our Xcopio are very much embarrassed many arc being hard pushed for money they owe Theso things arc eo evident that they need no argument to prove them But whilst wo admit all thigj past experience has demon strated we have one of the thriftiest and most progressive set of bushics men to bo found anywhere We have a county that for resources is un cqualed almost in the broad land There are few men in this community very few if any who cannot pay every honest debt they owe Some few who have lost neart and have becomo dis couraged have been making assign ments fearing they will not bo able to nav out This is all wrong It is an iujustico both to the man who assigns and to the men to whom ho is i...

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. — 28 November 1893

fc a 1 - Mr fW jiog cholera is prevailing in Wolfo tuity to an alarming cxtont tm ii loraemW Gov Bql Taylor will bo JtFio Opera Iloflee on Friday ovenr Mr John Orcar sold to Dr J A hirloy 9 Jiogs average 310 pounds at 5cout8 per pound le railroad nhops and offices of K U railroad have boon removed frpnVClay City to Lexington i Both tho Stato penitentiaries arc overcrowded and Stato Treasurer Hale suggests that something bo done to relievo thorn JohnC Thompson bought of Z T Young tho house and lot on Clay street that Mr Young lately d of Mr J L Elliston Price 1600 The report that Congressman Brock- inridgo will not bo a candidate is a fake That there will be othor timi n fa ltttln dnnbt and a Afnan rflfnmav bo exnAjteS y - IDc Proctqrhas our thanks for issues jofmto Western and Southern papers Tho Doctor will be at homo in a fow dava ready io moot his patients Ho has been improved by his Southern A UJrho second foot ball team ot tho tttate college Jjcxingion eievcn in number have boo...

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. — 28 November 1893

I Y ur fb K ll I v ii if r f 1 - 1 i i r i 1 ha J II 25c 1 fiK38 B BOOK OFFERS CLOTH BOUND BOOKS GIVEN AWAY TO OUR SUBSCRIBER We have nindo an arrangement with the publishers of tbe sories of books named below Which will enable us to give any one of these works FREE to subscribers who will renew and nay their subscription In advance Offer NO 1 Wo will glvo any ono of the Bonad Books below FBEE with ono new sub scriotlon paid In advance Off lJn 1 w will MvA nnr one of these T4nnlfH to subscribers who will pay up their hick subscriptions Now and one raoro isoos If they will pay for another year Ciller No x m frt nh subscribers and readers We will give one of these Books to any CouDons below and 20 cents any book may be Wid but each order for eacn noon uiuai Tio accompanied oy iwo oujiuuo tSET NO BOOKS SOLD WITHOUT COOrONS K Alexander BOOKS FOU TO OUIl Readers and Subscribers ft tL - X tv v mniiiMre ClDCARMR IcLOTH BOUNDBOOK COUPON Timxrv fiENTS and TWO of tltese J Coupons presented at...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 November 1893

k h i M Br up m y m R lit W ru ir v T H I HE ADVOCATE MwM4tiwMjiv iSCOUNTY ANOUNOEMENTB jMiBOuncemoms ior cuumy unique 5 eftoh t5 accompany tho order Com munications in tho interest ot candid ates 10 cents poiflino IU - BIIERIFF i Wo are authorized to announce ird II mint aB a caudidato for buorm countysubject to tho fiMontgomery cti6ii of tho Demociatipart iv wo aro autnomeu 10 annuuuuu Tm R edd as a candidate ior snorm f Montgomery county subject to tho lacion of thcuDomocratio party i t xj I Fv Vb aVo authorized t6 annouueo J C fB CuHIsplo a cauamaie ioronoriuui Montgomery county Bumect to mo action of the uomocrauc pany jS t ron jailer V are authorized to annouiico Joe Turloy as a candidate ior Jailor of onteomerv county subject to tho ac tion of the Democratic party Wier aro authorized to announco Joseph M Smith as candidate for Jailor of Montgomery couuty subject u to tho action of ho Domocratio party Wo aro authorized to announco T M Loach as a candidato for Jailer of Mrmrtrn...

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. — 28 November 1893

HT SLVJ aw THE ADVOCATE S j A P n 1W jila mifw jimv OORRKSPOHDISKOfi Stepstone Charles Conlpys Uttlo child haB pneumonia Died NoVombor 23d infant child ot Goorgo Eldrldgo Roo Hazeirfgg and family have moved to Carlisle Ky Born JTbvcmbor 11th to Rodger Quisonbery and wife a son Miss Fannie Lisle of Mt Sterling visited James Shrout last Saturday B if flyers shipped a car load of corn ho bought at 150 per barrol Messrs II L Maxqy Leo Maxoy and Win Cox aro visiting in Fleming county Mrs Ann Cooper of Farmers re turned homo last week after a two weeks visit James Campboll has returned from Grayson whero ho has been attending Court sovoral days Elder Horron of Owingsville will preach at Corinth church the first Sunday in next month MissAuna Patterson of Winches ter and Miss Johnson of Prcstou vis ited at James Turleys last week Squiro Williams of Sharpsburg precinct passed through hero on his way to Carter county last week r Marion Evans started last Monday to Cincinnati O to attend the M...

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. — 5 December 1893

r IW j j j m r iv 5RACITY IMPEACHED Carrey Takes Craddock Ufc He Went to Sleep brt time since Colonel Grad- mov of the Kontuckian Citteon Un his papor that Elder J W yfiroy ia sermon lio prbachod to bet that cortuin things wore To this statement the reverend fisman replica as follows niEND Cradpock Lcannot lot t lat statement In your report of non at Macedonia that I pro posed a bet and that too on the Apos tleiPauls experience in heaven I am too old to set Buck an example for iiytianger preachers If I woro put ou fvmyoathIcouldnot swear that 1 did not uho the expression but there are riJo Strong evidences in my favor Lfc utnb jp lunb jruui aujjvivv w w presents mo as saying Saint Pauj a Uttitlevhlch x never employ The sec- dnd is that you wont to sleep m just ifrmf nnrt nf lin snimnn find T dont FJV i - thlnkyouaroa competent witness as jtomy exact words I think that as youiwworo dropping into the arms of JJjorphousyou droamed that you were in tno rhcenix Hotel during tno races 6tT...

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. — 5 December 1893

fc If fti W ti9C fl p a Jt 0 Y B i i THE ADVOCATE Ryois not considered a good grain for poultry Thoy like it as green food Wheat aud buckwheat aa a iced it is claimed holpsto whiten tho flesh ol fowls About 1850100 bouaro miles of looking glasses are manufactured an nually in Europe Tho coluing capacity of the Phila delphia Mint is between 5000000 aiid 6000000 por month i SA beo kueper advises spreading sav dust or coal dust iu front of the hives for an alighting place during the winter Sixty million dollars worth of leath er is required every year to provide boots and shoes lor tho inhabitants oi Great Britain A California man ttiis season picked 1000 boxes of grapes from 900 viuc6 a little moro than two acres They sold lor 990 Heavv exports ot Florida oranges to English cities aro to bo made this sea son Last season England took 19000 boxes of Florida oranges One who has been stuug by bees a great deal puts tho part stung in water as hot as can be borne for about ten minutes It pr...

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. — 5 December 1893

J tQ 0f tf ft ADVOCATE jtaff insurfenro company insmo tho life of any lifttrflyo iVorfctthp Broadway cablo lighted with ordinary coal fcl of potroloum 4 n i - Lnallest book ever made was foat tlt Worlds Fair It can with a red poalagq Stamp mOOO lizard skins wore rfnto tho United States Jaai in the1 Stto of TabflBco il ijElcctrio Express Company with M of 1000000 has been or- il tiudor fno laws of tho Stato of Woraey factorv chIrrtnoy 48 feet high fmnofeoil of uaner has iu6t been bJwdt BroBlau It is said to be PTabsoimoly L r J9 r tiro proof iCUineso women devoto voiy little auperfiuous time to hair dressing ieir trosses aro arranged once a month and they Bleep with their heads I tln W boxes llo largest wayes aro seen of Cape Horn between latitudo flfty fiyo Bouth F and longitude 105 west rising to Vojty six feet in height and 765 feet in- from crost to crest A year hence tho State districts aro 4o elect oloven Congressmen and threo fATolIato Judges A County Judge County Cierkj Count...

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. — 5 December 1893

I THE ADVOCATE ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY ytUB3DVY lino 5 1503 COUNT ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo are authorized to announce Juo US Groves as u candidate lor Assessor of Montgomery county subject to the action oft ho Democratic parly Ifoii W C OwiiKBtt ia date for Congress liom the district B W S a Ashland The Itolehstagriday by a vote of 373 to 13C decided torovokc thodecreo ity which tho Jesuits wcro expelled tfroiu Germany The statement of tho Now York ttnuks issued Saturday shows them to HoId iit excess of tho requirements of itho25percout rulcTGOOSlKX This us an increase for the week of over 50Q0000 The now Tariff Bill to be prc6onted tfo tho Uouso by tho Ways and Means Committee lias been mado public It 3 at once a conservative and yet a Abroad measure Tho reductions bo vug made as far as possible- on raw Biiaterials and the nccossarJcs of life Tho Republicans will of course pre seutod a minority report Tho State Board of Railroad Com vnissiouerri completed their annual re port Friday an...

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. — 5 December 1893

iT Mi 1- iW 1 vtffffr Mk - V If n i o Martin Co headquarters and Christmas goods - in i m I - oh 25th of Novemuor to E Sch and wife- ot Winchester a Hftohert Trumbo wl ih as been issued for a mooting fM Kentucky School Jnion to bo held in Louisville I - rto auujuur -to William Liily JgoCbm Pennsylvania died Friday MKCath is the third in the Pennsyl vania delegation since ihe election a - fcar ago i Little Allio Smith daughter of sBeuben Smith and granddaughter of vegrgo uarrison jnis county men at 4t the homo ot her fathor in Lancas Jier Friday the first day of the mouth Read J C Enochs advertisement of holiday goods on first pago and then go and see his stock of desirable goods r He has bought at cut prices and will ell at corresponding low figures It is new stock and lorf prices with him dgo H Glay McKeo will be mar ried Wednesday afternoon the 20 ifist at 5 oclock to Jlisa Mary Carolina 36jSawmat her homo- in Lexington Ky They will bo at tljoir homo in this city onandafter tlio 2...

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. — 5 December 1893

r ir tew rn 0 rV lev1 r r K r ti - hi mo tr fef W I r y in V if sw v t Li h 4 m 1 1 m ia I - Mm I ctio TW ajjnv ov iwrt vuuruni I t TWRVTV PFKTS unit TV nf thran S Coupons presented at tlio Ofllce of this paper will entitle tlio holder to ono 5 book from the list given below Uuch i book beautifully bound In cloth and t 5 gold i j If to be sent by tnnll add 10 cU for J 3 postage Money may bo In stamps If 5 jj nlofilrou j nrtrfx1AftW titiw w These Books have been carefully selected and aro all by well known authors They are elegantly bound In cloth with gilt back and titles Tbo regular retail price U three times the figure wo ask Married Beneath Him By James Payn Marvel By The Duchess 3fary St John By Hosa Nouehette Carey The Matchmaker By Beatrice Reynolds Michael Strogoff By Jules Verne A Modern Circe By The Duchess Monas Choice By Mrs Alexander My Danish Sv eetheart By W Clark Russell 31y Hero By Mrs Forrester The Mysierict of ParN By Eugene Sue j 2folllos Memories By Rosa Nouehett...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 5 December 1893

h 4 si 4 m 6 k f r h Ik pffew - Sl w Vi I 1 M p RIMfHMhl f YBjzp county Buujuck iu iuu Democratic party i V- j vj action J t ADVOCATE Wv juuoemanis lor county offices Bite accompany tlioonlfjr Com mons in ine uucroBi cents er lino SHERIFF are authorized to announco Bunt as a candidate for SherM t1 1 Utgomcry county sumoci 10 mo of the Dtmociatijjan aro authorized to announco i Slodd ae a candidato for Sheriff ontgomory county subject to tbo Ri of the Democratic party To aro authorized to announce J C Hllispio a candidate for Shorillot fntgomory county euoject to tne jn of tho JJoinocrauc party FOR JAILER Wn rn authorized to announce Joo Cliriirlov as aiciWidato lor Jailer of HuttOmory county subject to tho ac tion of tho Democratic party Wo authorized to announce rtosoph M Smith as candidato for bailor offoutgomory county subject to tholaction of tho Democratic party W Wo are authorized to annouueu YpM Loach as ka candidate for Jailor of s Montgomery county suojcci w m action or tno...

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. — 5 December 1893

f fi v fci tf In 1 - iU H Lt K rW THE ADVOCATE I0ISE AMD TJUCK v- Speed will always fincla markot Alix 207f elands 15 hands and weigh B eight hundred and fifty pounds Thoro will bo at least thrco million dollars mora offered in purses for tho trotters and pacers nqxt year than over before Threo of tho six sires whoso got haB won ovor 20000 this season carry tho Wilkes bloody E D SpunyGrccndalc Ky writes that ho paid 10000 for a half and controlling interest in Pamlico 2 10J tho 15th of August 1893Trotler Dudd Doblo says that ho considers Arion8 chances of trotting 2 04 bettor than thoso of any other horec not ox cepting Directum Colt skin gloves were a curiosity at tho Worlds Pair On tho plains of Russia thousands of colts are killed an- iui ally for thoir skins alone and the leather Is equal to fine kid and much stronger - Dont bo discouraged if immediate results aro not realized in training the colts Tho four-year-old wonder Di rectum was a two-year-old failure Of tho thtrty niiio...

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. — 12 December 1893

1 M k r VVL v sa rv7 ttj w 9 - IV I0W THEY TAKE IT jd Editorial Commeats On the no Message- Orleans Times Democrat It harobcen hotter if dropping ndred gtty details it contains X confined himself to the n question to the tariff finance other important mattdrsV t innoapolts Tribune Tho t is jecreant to tho Democratic Jtftform bulls bo much nearer tho Wfiorm of American common sense frISs compromise between an inci v r dental nrolectionlfit and a low tar Iff Republican o Cleveland Reader It betrays tho grossest inconsistency in treating uio iitJttpV lHJl - If tfl O S Journal Tho messago docs tration has yet scored a touch down oirtho Hawaiian Provisional Govern ment n fiouisvillo Courier Journal As to tjbftf national finances ho makes no definite suggestion beyond patienco observations of developing conditions aiAi eslstanco to the temptations to ward uuafo experiments Louisville Commercial What tho iTHGiit says about iiQ tariff is lOnffery andtheoretical and has little implication to...

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. — 12 December 1893

tD v i S m Btf wjl ft it l 3 I N t Ijjj r o c I m m Ciiiil mi Mr Cleveland Sends a Cornmu f nication to Congress not mm so lengthy as usual Very Brief Mention Made of the Ha waiian Affair Special Mes sage to Come WILSON TARIFF BILL APPROVED Bay TnrlrT lloforiu Should Co llirwnrd niul HrgardR the lreo Ilstlrttf f Kim Materials it Jfcccsslty of Slunurarturo In Thtu Country loiurtnoit Ilcports Summnri rd Growth of the nvy Washinoton Dec 4 Tho message of Prcbidont Clovelnncl was shorter than usual for him containing but about 1800 words In brief it was as follows To the Congress of tho United States I The constitutional duty which requires Hbo president from time to time to Rive to tlie congress infqrnintion of the state of tbe Union and recommend to their consid eration such measures as ho shall judge necessary and expedient is fittingly en tered upon by commending to the congress a careful examination of the detailed state ments and well supported recommenda tions contained in the rep...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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