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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 30 January 1894

l r m t LI THE ADVOCATE fe4 m V COUNTY AJrirOUNOEJfBNTS Annottncomonta for county offices 5 ouch to accompany tho order Com munications in the InloroetVbl cauditl m 10 coutB per lino H1IEMFF Wo aro authorized to announce Rbh Afii n mint uR a cMiididato for Sheriff of Montgomery county subject to tho 14 action of tho Dumootatl part M tt Wo avo authorized to announco Wm Slodd an a candidate lor stieriu Tof Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce J C B Gillispio a candidate for Shorlffof Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Domocratic party VOlt JAILER Wo are authorized to announce Joo C Turloy as a candidate lor Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho ac tion of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce Joseph M Smith as candidate for Jailer of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce T M Loach as a candidate for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to the ac...

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. — 30 January 1894

r N TVIWpWyll 1- THE ADVOCATE nfc Business meeting tit tlic Baptist church next Saturday morning nt 1030 oclock Tim Ircsidoiit and Mrs ClovelnmV jrtivo llio iiiiiutiil reception to Coiigew nml llieIiMHciniy Tlmxluy evening Tiierij vn mi iiiimiiiMi crowd llir utrnirbcliiifiiiiu of the most lu illiuiii ol lliu HQIIHiHI 111 llli Wldll jloilM i ii sitleiiiiaid iigiiint II ro at Pea llio Liverpool ofllro of flio While Star line raided II iMulllund Kereoy the New Yorkugoul f tliu company to diNuoiitHUHi engitging cotton freight for bliipment on mail and paesengci s inner- A big gold btnko lot- heen made 38 inileH from Socorro Now Mexico in Water Canon The vien which wan uncovered by reeent rains has been prospered for 2G00 feet It 1h from 4 Ki 5 feet wide and unsays give fiom 2000 to 2 200 a ton Jack ltogfin a wealthy farmer ol Mercer county having no confidence in banks placed 14000 In a barrel of Bhellcd corn in his barn A few days later when ho went to make a draw he found that some on...

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. — 6 February 1894

iV ul K A V 4 ivoi iy Mi T HE NEW MR f Year rv v t brings now resoltftioniiB ami wj nro resolved tp eoll goods this your choapor than over before FARMERS In need q wire for thoir sprjng fencing can not afford to buy until thpy get our prlpi8 Wo havo just receiv ed tho largest stock wo havo ever had and will eoll at tbo lowest prices Among our Farming Implements wo BANK On tlio Olivor Plow which is recognized by plowmen as tho bodt and costs no moro than inferior plows Wo also havo tho Geuuino Olivor Re pairp It WILL PAY You to buy Genuine Repairs for your plows as tho bogus repairs are not so good and do not always fij Tho Key stone Harrow we consider tho best on the market and is worth every DOLLAR Wo ask for it Examine it carefully and got our price boforo buying If in need of a Cook Stove FOR Quality and price tho Lead er has no equal Wo begin next Monday tho 29th with our special bargains for one week only Our first offering will be in TIN WARE and every DOLLAR- Will count Watch...

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. — 6 February 1894

THE ADVOCATE 5JUc who forgets his own friend meanly to follow those of a higher dt -tree lh a snob Thackerav In troubled water jott can scarce e your free or eco it very li lle till th water bo quiet ami eland Mill so n troubled lime jou can c liulo trull when time are quiet and settled tbei truth appear Seldon Sinco 1881 tho durability of thirty nine dlf foronl East Indian timbers has been undor tost at tho Forest School in Dchra Perpendicular posts wore used placed halt under ground mid one by ono tho softer and woakei woods disappeared under tho attack o rot and white ants until after a time only thrco of tho timbers romaiued sound These woro Himalayan cy press teak and ajan which had been exposed ten nine and seven years ro Bctivoly clubs would do wisely to take charge of certain ranges each man making it his business to seotliat tiie birds in hu range do not lack food during cold snap X plentiful supply of grain can bo carried by sleigh or wheels t within at least a reasonable ...

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. — 6 February 1894

unnrtmnrr mwnmnmtoA trtifcrt i wwii f i fc ww mnwwwww THE ADVOCATE tmtm wmw i 1WWHWiltWti 5J1I8 win fufpl liM wii riloiu rsmnly f follnu tluno of h higher d f rw Is n minli TlinrkoraV hi iiiiiihlml wittwr oil mm mruo hoi yntir fUtH or mo It vory little till tin wnlrif Imi quint and Hand mill i no Ti llOllllllll lIlllOS III UHII MU tlttlu tflltl whoil thriMi nrrMpilil and ottlod thui tint li appear Soldon U Oun good tlKOi of opon marl os h neon In tlio aniiouncuiiiiiiit that tin AlVHllllHI KulMlllllc In vuv of tl o prnbiiblt early udttiisloii of Its ol to this country free litis removed tin dutv on crude American petroleum I liavo homotlinos thought If tho sun ueio Intelligent ho would bo horribly Incensed at tlio world ho la appointed to onlightcn such a talo of ages ex hibiting a tlmcsomo repetition of stu pidity iilly and crime John Foster Ex Senator Sawyer and other prom 1 lout lumburmen of tho Northwest after caroful consldoiatlon of tho sub jeet deelaro that removing tho taiill...

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. — 6 February 1894

Of j IHE ADVOCATE r ujt i THE MEXICAN DANCINQ QIRL iLWldan tumult ot wild melody witen uhaikw athwart tin tcrrnco stair the ditrta and pausing In the moonlight there flings her snapping castnnctfton high i hear tho mtnlc sargo And soltly die 5ef creamy armsi sea of ebon lialr iftllnripidladowii where Mippto limbs nro A satln slippcrcd too taps fretfully txiiuu innilf tlio rtivnlnhf Irilllliir for aiurbancd brow chameleon m rpaiMK passionou oiai luf uui r f JUieier ns steals Uniur strangely sweet bd While- tlte dreamy nones ot maidens i Ifc We catch two floating breath of splc sd per- Xutao Outing for Fcbnta 17 o not accustom yourself to cntniil kbtonlyas an lucoiivonlencnjyoii find it a calamity Johnson Lho dovil know not what ho lid when ho mado man politic ho woSsort hlinsrlf by It Siakepoan No truo and pcrnmnont famo cum he founded except in labors for tho Imp jUioks and gooit of niankiiul Charles Zolasnys lhat Ideas only como to liim when ptih in baud ho is writing could never o...

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. — 6 February 1894

If t ft y 1 j THE ADVOCATE HB THE MEXICAN DANCING GIRL Ajwudden tuYnult of wild melody Mhen shadow like Athwart Hiq torracp stair A ktiA ilaftd nw1 nntlltlr 11 ttin mnnnllirht thnitf k HW tlt df 1K w ---0-- -- mngsner snapping cneiancw on nign hear thft music shtko end softly die bcroieamy arms a sea of ebon hair ym riplluC down whero supplo limbs nro bare J siitlnslliicrcd toe taps fretfully JVd Uteri o watU tlio rhymo bftn liillnff for iJeatU ft turbancd brow chanieli wi oj v 1 ipiwloned Btar llnmcsiuM tiiii auncr tylnsmi 1 -I EhAstfer us stents lniucr strangely sweet ii - j in i WIUIU UHJIMV UHy EUUgBUWIJWIUUIIO new IVc catch tlw floating breath of splcl per funic Outlngfor February m jDo ot nccuHtotn yourself to comttl bionlyaa an Inconvenience yon find it a calanjLv Jolitibou he dovil know not what lio id when ho tnudo man politic hr crossed himself by it Shakespeare No true and pcrmunout fame can he founded except in labors for the liap jihicss and goott of mankind Charles Sum...

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. — 6 February 1894

Ri IT wmm T y r V IDY0C1TB P0BL1SH1HG COMPAHY TUESDAY FKU C 1891 The Courier Journal And Trust Company The if there is ouo thing abovo anothoi for which wo aduiiro tho Courier Jourual it Ib its Sterling fidelity to all that interests its own city It exhibits a keen Interest in all that pertains to Kentucky but whore the special in terests of Louisvillo are concerned those of the state ai largo must stutul aside Notably is this commendable characteristic of tho Couiier Journal exhibited in its sovoro attack on Judge Iluoknors Bill to put a limit to tin grasping greed of tho Trust Companier of tho state That thu force of this bill is primarily directed at tho Trust Companies of Louisvillo vc do 1101 suppose any one questions for these are the institutions that from late de velopments in this county need to have their growing and tightening grasp taken oil tho throats of tho peo ple That tho Seuato will Pee the necessity of curbing tho powers ol thesoinonoy devils and saving other port...

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. — 6 February 1894

r ft i iH s f f 1 rzsm Trimebl Bnos Wholesai e Grocers l4 MWMIMWIVMW iM KM- -Wholesale Grocers MT STERLING KY Bora to Ghas Holwig ami wlfo Jan 130 a daughter Born to E It Nlckarson ami m ifo Tuesday Jan 30 a toR pound boy Order your coal by tolophonc at thoExpross office from CasBldy fy Co W W Sutton with A W Sutton as manager will couduct tho grocery and moot business at tho former stand ofMcKemloy Sutton and will sell strickiy for cash Chas Kelly died at his homo near nrftim Tin h Wednosdav niaht of Asthma Ho was in his 7lst year lift kept tho toll gate on tho Spender pike for several years - The slander suit of Mrs Carrie A Ford of Madison Wis against hor coouBin ltov James E Brown a Cath olic Priest in Edirartou in which damages were claimed for 10000 ended in a verdict for 5000 in favor of tho plaintiff Tho pastor of tho Baptist church ltov Evorott Gill visited his fathers family in Missouri last week and his pulpit was tilled by ItovStafford Sun day morning and ovenintr Mr Sta...

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. — 6 February 1894

o MY REBEL LOVE Around tho rampfires of tho last mooting of tho G A R at tbo na tional capital sat generals colonels majors lieutenants captains and private soldiers whoso war experi ences thrilled many hearts and mudo tho nights ring with shouts and laughter Ono evening Colonel Cdoporof a Now York regiment boasted of how bo won his wifo near tle capital in 06 and added Sho was 12 and I 301 Whos going to holiovo such a yarn as that colonol Solid truth hoys Yes put in Major Drake it is and she was ateb too Yes said the colonel a reb the handsomest little rebel in Vir ginia Tho colonel rubbed hia hands to gether liko a boy aud laughed aloud at tho very remembrance And if anybody doubts my word he added j just step into willarus tomorrow and ask tho madam herself Major Johnson said Now colo nel how could you such a rampant Unionist fall in love with a rebel The colonel laughed again Stock ton himself qould never invent such a situation This is tho story and it is Sally of tho pranks of...

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. — 6 February 1894

- i fa k THE ADVOCATE COtfNXY ANNOUNCEMENTS Auiiuncomoiit8 for county offices f 5 oac iftunlci atos it Wo a B GUI Mnnhffl otftrm 1 r i in oiMmnimv tlin order Com lions in tho Interest ot cdnts por lino SHEltUK Wo 1 ro authorized to announco Rich- afd II I Hunt as a candidato for Shorm otMont jomory county subject to the actidn jf the Democrat part Wo aro authorlzpd to announce Wm S udd Us a caudulate for bhoriil of Mon gomory county subject to tho action c f tho Democratic patty o authorized to announce J C pib a candidate lorbhormot rtory county subject to tno X the Democratic party FOIl JAILEll nr In oiiiiini liwl tn announce Joe C Turlliy as a candidato lor Jailor of Montijo icry county subject to ttio ac tion of j 10 Democratic party Wo ao authorized to announce Josoph j M Smith as candidate for Jailor ol Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo atjo authorized t6 announco T M Lcacii as a candidate for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho action o...

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. — 6 February 1894

Br- Y 111 adifliculty at tho depot at amjVU v oy v v Jtay shot ami 1isiantly killed a man named MoKinno Causo of trouble unknown Itav escaped Wayne MucVoagli recently ap pointed Ambassador to Italy sailed Wednesday afternoon on tho Ameri can Hmir Iuris for SouUiatiiplon He Vh accompanied hy In wwo and daughter Two men murdered a woman on Pino Mountain in Harlan county near Mt Pleasant Saturday night For what reason it can not ho learned Oao man named Hoggs has been ar rcstodand tho other is t largo Boggs is said to have confessed Ithoy 15oj tt omi of tliu tiest known young men in Padtiuah some time ago went to Seattle rash and is said to bo progressing rapidly an a lawyer lie is credited with having made a 1000 feo the first roll out of tlio box Miss Maggie John ot Versailles who has been visiting at Stanford and EphEngleman a well known young gentleman of Lincoln county eloped to Jeflereonvillo January 30 and wore married Tho Practical Farmer says ono of the difficulties with many ...

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. — 13 February 1894

I H x u M l Cfr u f iH if M a j IK V- k YOJm IY r I U i r L BANK mm O J THE NEW Year briugB now rosolutionns ml we are resolved to soil goods this year cheaper1 than evor before FARMERS In need of wire for their spring fencing can not afford to buy until they get our prices Wo have just receiv ed tho largest stock wo liavo over had and will sell at the lowest prices Among our Farming Implements wo On tho Oliver Plow which is recognized -by plowmon as tho best and costs no more than inferior plows Wo also havo tho Genuine Olivor Re pairs It WILL PAY You to buy Genuine Itopalrs Jtor your plows as tho bogus repairs are not so good and do not always fit Tho Key stone Harrow wo consider tho best on tho market and r is worth every - DOLLAR Wo ask for it Examine it carefully and get our prico before buying If In need of a Cook Stove FOR Quality and price tho Lead er hart no equal Wo begin next Monday tho 29th with our special bargains for one week only Examine our SI1QW WINDOW ovcry week f...

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. — 13 February 1894

f Jt t THE ADVOCATE An THEUNELECTED INFANT unclcctcd Infant sUlieil out 1U little hyptttti AnU u mutated Uinmgli tho clmkncx along tlio aliorasuf iltMtli Until thupiU8 or Iioitcii nglcam wltli pcaila It l And l auto tliiin nnd clung mid would not bo denied TliotichSkiill itoiu cnith row muttering WYo can not enter In Denaitlnto Gehenna 6 child of width and sin At last the tfhte wciu opened A man with features mild Stooped down and reached tho w coping cd child Immortal life thillled down the avenues of bile ndon the infant forehead the epliit placed a kiss Who are you thus to hallow my wnelcctcd brow V Dear child rar name was Cahln but I tee things different non New York Sun AGRICULTURAL NOTES Slight sweeter frosts mako tlio oranges It pays to consider mutton first and wool afterwards Wheat is an excellent food for all live stock Electric Bitters concentrated Tho cross of Dorset rams upon grade Merino owes is an excellent one Tho averago farmer does too much manual and too little br...

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. — 13 February 1894

J V r - li m r IX m I J t V f Kf x THE ADVOCATE iiiihiihiii j rr ZoologlMfc calm that tlio troiiKtii of tlio ICuii in the toro limbs is only tlxty titho per com of that of the tlg i anil the strength of tho hind iiinlif eljcty five por cant Tho CatTolltou Woolun Mills have b -on sold by II M Window trustee to the rproflntHtivo of rlic Wr ior kuuu i ins is u very mw f pr iw thu pUtnt orignuly cost ovur 1W f60U0U It in ropoilrd that tlio Chira t llonild in having coiistni d in Haiti mow two aluminum voxels to I out in search of tlio North tolo Tin xphlhioii will swirl from Russia 60tni time utior xMarcli Tjiu largo Birmingham Altllolliii HIIIm owned in LouUvillc voiu i resume operations jcMeidoy giving -employment to ahottt 1000 men 1huy jntvo Bcoii closed imo lust Jul Ah to whom man llivt appeared it s boyoiid doubt that li in earliest homo waH hi Southern Europe or Aiu or CNorlh Africa Xo earlier traces ot him liavo been found than those found in tlio area that is now England Prance...

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. — 13 February 1894

i it 4 V M AUYOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY TUESDAY PKB 13 1894 MA Solid South Every Republican paper in the country from one ofjtho great dalles to the little JflxIOsheet at the cross roads lmvobeen howling out tho awful deluge of disasters that are to come upon Jthe country 8 the result of the repeal of the Federal Election law and now ovcry One of them arc gleefully quoting Senator Palmers prophesy that one of tho first results of the repeal of the iclic of Reconstruc tion days will be the early disinte gration of tho solid South The Senator is quoted as saying in six mouths there will be no such thing as a solid South So long as there is a negro question to settle and so long as there me a set of malignant medlers in the North -who want to solve that question for iip in their own way there will be a solid South But tho babe yet unborn will be gray headed and palsied witli ago and still the solid South will present the same unbroken stone wall face which way she may Tho prophet who ca...

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. — 13 February 1894

fc r k X Howards Mill Baptist ctiureh iuxt Sunday after uoiwi m The case of tho Commonwealth jigmml tho officers of tho Now Farmers ISamc ia act for tula morning During tlio four days horso salo at Lexington last week 279 head have been disposed of at an averagoof 270 I i t Krery subscriber who pays his sub scription ono year it advance is entit led to a Copy of theuWorldn Almanac ami Encyclopedia Tins offer is good lrom to day till March lt The famous oM Corvette Koarsargo waswrcckedon Jlancador Itcofoff the Klcaragcia Const on February 2 lhe officers and ccew wero all saved but tho old Yictor over tho Alabama fwent to tho bottom a Miss Aliew luooinl aged 10 Jodrs died at the home of her father this waB a member of tho Mothodistchurch ervices this after noon at 2 oclock at be grave in Macbpeiah Cemetery by Tir w O R Romv BDont nm mrm m it v - - r j day in tbo city on his way to his home i s i vnnKrt frnm fininniiti Dr Homy has been in Cincinnati com- pletiBg a special course of med...

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. — 13 February 1894

i y - A HOTTENTOT FABLE Xhe Lion onco was ill tis said And when the news hod wldelyspread All animals of feet or wine Called on him In hlssutforlng Out ono who knew tho lions woo Tho cunnlug Jackal wouldnt go Because as far as ho could learn Tho tracks which went did not return So him tho Hyena accused And told the Lion ho refused Alono of every living thins To feel his lordships 6ufforlng Then said tho Lion If t Is so I wish my friend thdt you would go And though you chaso him for a year Bring tho hard hearted Jackal here When this the Hyena bad done Tho Lion to his guest begun O Jackal why whon I was 111 Did you keep off stillf I did not uncle on my word For when your soro distress I heard t Unto tho doctor swift I flew To bco what he could do for you Besides I did not go in vain Ho told roe what would ease your pain Ho says Draw this Hyenas skin And when tis off got quickly in Health cvlll bo yours If you do bo For this Hyena Is your foe Then jumped the Lion In a trlco To take th...

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. — 13 February 1894

L J r t r TN r c f THE ADVOCATE COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements fol county ofll 5 Ouch to accohfyany thcorder punicauons in iii Rjos 10 eoilta per lino 8HKUIFF authorized to announce ltiuh Wo are i tr mint siH a candidate for Shot ot Montgomery county Bubjcct to the actiou of tho Dmnociati iart Wo aro authorized to atiiiouiv UFm Slcdd as n camlldato for SlierlU M Montgomery county subject to tin action of tho Domocratic patty Vo aro authorized to announco J C for Shoriil o B GUliapio a candidate Montgomery county subject to tin actiou of tho Domocratic party VOIl JAlLKtt V Wo aio authorized to announco Jo C Turloy us a candidato lor Jailor o i Montgomery county subject to tho ao t4 tion of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announci Joseph hU Smith as candidate i fin Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho actlon of tho Domocratic party Wo aro authorized to announco T M Loach as a candidato for Jailor ol Montgomery county subject to the action of tho Democratic party Wo...

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. — 13 February 1894

I PI I K Jaiiancso is ovor guilty of swear ing for tuo slmplo reason thai oaths aro unknown to tlio Jatmnoso lan guage A bill to rcHtoro 1000 ruilway mall clurkKWho woro dliyiilpseil from the nrvlni In tlio Rurliiif of 1889 to their lormur position was considered nud oidcrodto ho favorably reported by the House Cndiciary Committee Vienna hast a crank in tlio person of a jeruiHii profefhor lie has iigured it out tliat next July or August Ncw York tsity will liwipior nudum tiiial wave and that Florida aud California will become islands as tlio result of a Bohmarlneearthqiiako Congressman bcoio V Honk of the Third Ohio Ditlriot dropped dead of heart disease while Visiting friends in Washington Fiiday afternoon Ho was u Democrat and was serving his second term Two small tires discovered in and near the Airricultural building of the iVnrirVH Fidp on Wednesday lead tho authorities to boliovc that a systemat ic effort is being made by incendiaries to destroy the Worlds Fair Buildings The H...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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