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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 9 June 1891

s h -4 I mI OCATE V Tti MratOrenRdler of France La T6ur dAuvergtio was educated for ho army which ho entered in 1707 IIo served with distinction but refused offers of promotion saying that ho was only fit for tho command of a company of grenadiers While on a visit to a friend about tho year 1700 ho learned that a regiment of Atislrians was pushing on to occupy a nairow pass tho possession of which would bo a great embarrassment to tho French Tills pas3 was defended bv a strong towor and a garrison of thirty men DAuvorguo Immediately set off to warn the garrison of its danger On arriving there ho found that tho men had taken alarm and fled leaving in their haste a part of their guns and ammunition bohind For a moment tho grenadier was in despair thon ho resolved to attempt the defense of tho pass alone IIo mado his preparations loaded tho gunB and watched for tho enemy Tho pass was steep and narrow and tho Austrians could enter only in doublo illcs in doing which they would bo fully ...

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. — 9 June 1891

h rs j tic coast of this country Another K THE M rADYOCATE T Gto Awy A oy et Are or six yearn waa made pyby the arrival of n babv sister H ted bea tho only child In tho fam fly mid being a good and obedient boy JMtd hum humored till ho was perhaps in some danger of being spoiled Bo fop the littlo now sister was many Wfk old however Master Fred be g to feel that his own position was adly altered Tho stranger had supplanted him Father mother and servants woro all th tiino talking about tho baby j Hero was no mistake xreu was no longer king Tho boy began tyjx unhappy and Just then ho remembered a placard which his father hod put up at a con spicuous pome on tno premises somo months beforo Ashes to jrivo away Inquire within Fred had taken groat Interest in tins notice and had inquired minutely Into Its moaning He rcmom borod now that very soon afterward t man called and carted away the ashes Ho had been to tho kindergarten and could spell and print after a fash ion So wita such helps an...

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. — 16 June 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. — 16 June 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 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 16 June 1891

iM I fe 1 v - 1- iniitrn THE ADVOCATE NEWS OF THE WEEk Lpv Tamos col was hanged at Hickman Wednesday Ho was a tonl who shot a stranger attho depot im only regretted ho had not got the right man hu said A monument to the Confederate dead surmwuntcd by tho brouzo figure of a Confederate soldier of heroic sire was tin vailed and dedicated at Fred ericksburg Virginia Wednesday McGVystol one of tho jury bribers at Now Orleans wa convicted whilst tho caso against Charles Granger another resulted in a mistrial the Judge refusing to admit his confes sion as evidence Tho fight over tho now Constitution is likely to overshadow tho contest for the State officers Unfortunately that is u condition conducive to vote-trading which is ono kind of vote buy ing Louisville Times I N Campbell tho first negro ever elected Magistrate in Kentucky Is on trial at llopkinsvillc charged with forgery Tlicro arc also oilier charges agaliiNt him among them that of re turning a fraudulent school list Sam Small is...

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. — 16 June 1891

- l vh 1 MM f k h m HC S v RE33 - mohh HHnwx a ADVOCATE TT7 HfHtASONiroprletor8 cHTKTJSKIKU TUEMUY JUNK 10 1891 1011 f JCROVER lltESIUENT CLEVELAND Of New Yotk VOi VICU WIUSIDEST JOHN C CARLISLE OX Kentucky ANNOUNCEMENTS ti Wo are authorized tovannounco J Tt Thomas as a candidate to represent 1 Hltis Legislative district composed of the counties of Montgomery Powell Mctiefcq and Wolfe subject to tho ac- lion of the Democratic parly tion August 1S91 R Comity SX kS FOU CIItCUtT COUUT QIEltK rti HENRY It BRIGHT ol Montgomery County ron sunitirF JOHN C RICHARDSON of Montgomery Coihily J i u ilKhl forf lie removal of needless tarill Committee VfeW hat tho ejection Is over lets fortmtaU Hi feoiriiif ilicjldcred and Iwtlie good work tho now tr 4 a t t Govrnxoii JomfYovna Biiown Of Henderson Lidt GovEitNon - Mitchkll AiFonn r Of Fayette v -- - WJrJlFnsifcic IPVPoniiTi AuniTon - J LCNonMAN o Boone TitEAsunrit S Hale Of Gravcr ItEOiSTEit G B Swango Of Wolfe SUIT iNSTltUCTION - E I TlIO TfaOV ...

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. — 16 June 1891

fc T It is aid that Victor KM iifg even more popular and that the saloaf hi various works during the aat five years has amounted to over 275000 or f C5000ra year Tho alarm of lire on Sunday about noon was only a small blazo in II alls barber shop in tho basement of the Traders Deposit Hank building The damage dono was flight On Thursday tho Scpaiatc Coach law went into cllcct in Tennessee The railroads of the state will put on tholr trains gepaYato coaches for white und colored passengers y Mr John ltobinson of Winchester was unfortunate enough to lose a lino barn by the on Thursday nightf Hc ttrso toil two valuable horses for which ho had refund 1500 - j Tho Locust Grovo Union v re quested to meet at Union school house Saturday Juno 20th T P Pawh President I B Crouch says one of his marcs dropped a fine mule colt on June 3rd sired by tho famous jack Dick ltobiii son Tho colt measured 3 feet and S inches and was sold for 110 W W Moore of Faducah has dis appeared and it is thought to...

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. — 16 June 1891

5 t house r kiwHti liHtfa V MipM UlJUHl I iCTMlfr WUlWn4wlWgl SHE ADVOCATE THE HIDDEN HILLS JTwmWtr Is the scene yot strongo FlokL roadside tree nnd stream Fringed Trfth a blnr of tnlnly Tbo lAodAOpa of n dream Tho hills bavo nil Ktink out of right Past vague shores half defined From underneath soft blanks of light Tho rlvor seems to wiud The picture tells n talo untrue Where muffling mists doscctid Where lovel medows bound tho view Tho horizon docs tut end For In this fresh Inspiring breeze Wo feel tho mountains near And faintly outlined through tho trees Hints of far peaks appear O Country all reality Hidden from mortal sight By clinging veils of mystery Show those tired souls thy llghtl 0 Drealh from hills lnlslble Flow through tho Alms of doubt That we who hero as pilgrim dwell Fool not from homo shut out And lot tho wavering mist nsccndsl A nullantgllmpao la given Of life with loftier llfo that Of earth modo ono with Hcavcnl Lucy Iarcom In Congrcgntioualtst A MYSTERIOUS CASE It...

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. — 16 June 1891

Han Wii 1 l - 0- TOS X A It l - r ysv - THEADMCATR mm ric Jt i not trfreii says a locomotive tfuaAujmmt anvboJrlrics to steal a viTlfl mi an nntnc thmisrli I recollect xon sturdy plil tramp on tho New -At ri i1 Ir itlmnil wild WOlllll nxuiiv vvni - - i Sometimes roust on the cowcatcher of my locoinotivo in tho night and eo fcot a lift of fifteen or twenty miles out of llochcstor before I knew ho Avna there And 1 onco saw a horso oiio of thrca which wo accidentally ran into on tho track thrown bodily back over tho cylinder and up on tho foot board Tho poor animal rode thoio for Bomo littlo distance thou rolled otf with a frightful squeal and went headlong down a rocky embank ment f Once out in Dakota too that was after I had entered the scrvicooftho Northern Pacific Road thrco wild gecso How aboard of us one dark night They were thvee from a flock which wo startled out of a littlo lake closo beside the lino and I supposo thoy were bowildcrcd by tho head light Wa heard thorn squall an...

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. — 16 June 1891

K M ymm Mf C HIBp ZBKBK MHf Mb JShBhS1 MM fe louths Companion in i iiiiiliiiAiwiaiiiiMiiili tiitaitM0imMum aJWJIBpirjiii8ilii niwil i iiifilliiifwfwiiiitMMWMBiawii U fc ADVOCATE rftnL ig Machine of a Bpldcr Sflbo spinning tnacblno is situated un 3rJ tho hinder part of tho spiders body It takes tho form of n slight do lreS8ion which ncloso inspection shows v to consist of sir small bodies bling tubes Four of theso conttiin mi iamicnM number of niinuto openings as many as a thousand can bo counted in each and from cVcry ono of theso oponings a viicous fluid isaucs which hardens on oxposuro to tho atmos phere Tho vrholo 4000 threads aro united into ono lino which is some times bo flno that 4000000 twisted to gether would not have n combined diameter greater than that of an ordi nary hair from tho human head It is impossible to conccivo tho cx hessivo slendcrncss of ono of tho four thousand threads which composo such aline Tho baro statement that eacli ono has a thickness only ono sixte...

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. — 23 June 1891

yoli 1 X J C flf a a r CIr A U- l A c J3 w Du Court Directory m T AlfVKTT nfonnif fnnnT Judge ToilH E CoorKR lrcsldlnffThlnl Monday Fourth Monday in November May and tho C0M0 PLK AB - m t anuTT nrcaldlnir Third Monday In Soilcinlcr and Marcin MOOTOOMraV QOABTEKLY COBRT Judob Lewis AtriciisoN presiding Tuesday nf ter Third Monday In January April July and ScahCt COUNTY COtlKT Jume jSs W Oboves presiding 1lnt Sat urday in each month Professional A I Will praffiw lntnoloiirta of Kentucky ItCHASHDUKBSpK V ilij Biclan and Surgeon MtbtcillnpKy omcc Main over Yoris A Claytons store ItSldcncc corner of Clay and ly illo BtrecU FOlll of ML Sterling Ivy SKING MATsTADLEtt A CO WHOLESALE CLOTIIIKKH CINCINNATI 0 G B ALLEN ileal Estate Agent White Oak Morgan Co Ky A A HAZELttlGG Attorney-at-law ft City Atty Offlcc Com t Street ML Sterling Ky UPGE AM08 DAVIS with 11ETTMAN MI103 CO Manufacturers of CLOTIUNU 00 Weat lcarl St Cincinnati O MS Tyler mYLKR OfllcC Com t Slice t J Lewis Appcrson AllEltSOX ...

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. — 23 June 1891

Ut ji V n it 1 stricknn v m rV S s vr Hsr HirP I ADVOCATE T vWlckedoot Man f wt out tlio other day o llnd tho WttWkit man and down hi Itosovolt tiiHd without extended search I riu across liini I recognized him on sHt Hois n buily ruffiian who id havo picked up tho avci lUKii mini uaslicu lam to tlio earth as the qhild does a toy Ho was frowsy uufccnint red faced and ftill of swag ger and his blood shot eyes had tlio look of a wild beast as lie surveyed 3110 and growled What uroyo lookln at go on or Ill do ye Ho sat down on tho Men of a holo and I stood a little way oil and watched him A girl seven or eight jears old came along with an empty growler and ho kicked it out of her hand and sent it flying and then tried to kick her A Chinaman docile and good uatmed came from tho other direction witli a bundle under his arm and lie received a kick which tent him almost to thu other curb Two strong men passing down tho street on the other side stopped to look and my wickedest man uttered a ...

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. — 23 June 1891

1 r it l S 1 V I 1 Tff THE ADVOCATE Wmrvrvd T fal1nwltiM on Blaine alleged with Senator Edmunds is interview going tho mrMjfiUB of the press Everything at Washington is very qulotsald Mr Edmunds I was only there for a few days I have been In New England for several weeks and am now on my way to Nashville Tonn I novcr was over this ronto before and I thought I would come over it and drop in at Ashovlllc N C and sco tho mountain scenery Whom do you think will likely bo tho next Speaker of tho IIouso of Itop rcscnlativcs in Washington Crisp of icorgia and Mills of Tcxa havo largo following From what I can learn it looks as it Crisp is likely to win Ho would mako an ablo presiding ofllcer I sco Mills and hU friends arc confident of his suc cess Which of tho two in your opinion would make tho best presiding offi cer Thcyaro both men of ability said tho Senator in reply Crisp is the coolest and Mills the most excit able What do you think of Mills tariff viows Some of his papers I have rea...

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. — 23 June 1891

i p mbp1 h j - xjcw rir cStjki u ntg ii f w rirs in T tit WW 4 ETI Jt - w - - v nk died HFADVOCATE sssJsssfcrr -ii y IA i ft v w la 7 r f In f i irt i if filA strrw MASON Proprietors UTRKKLINO HKSDAYMUNK 2 1801 FOK ritLSIDKNJyi GROVER CLEVELAND Of Now Voifc yon VICE PIIKSIUKNT JOHN G CARLISLE Of Kentucky ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo are authorized to announce J R Thomas as a candidate to represent this Legislative district composed of the counticfl of Montgomery Powell Mencfco and Wolfe subject to the ac tion of tho Democratic party Elec tion August 1891 Tho Antis are not their own way A 4j nK V art - rni JEW uiuir hOCK f a turn- t IS ron civcuiT cojut ulluk HENRY R BRIGHT ol Montgomery County ron sheriff JOHN 0 RICHARDSON of Montgomery Count- OfHarrisoh jl i MiUiinir ii vmrlt nn YV1 VimtnnQmnf n Willi XI v 1 Wv nf plinrnntni tCll tosses away a lovable DV man scnoiar a great lawyer a eotiud and unflinching Democrat AND CROP fcnwrlivo iColL of Jni111Mlll HfaiW w tof Morgan fiJiiim uh Inn weather...

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. — 23 June 1891

p w J Tumble Bros Wholesale Grocers 7 - - TR I MBLE BROS 1 trfr - Aholesale Grocers MT STERLING KY THE ADVOCATE -1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES OneycnrIu advnneo M AUor three months J Alter six months - Harris Institute Tho next term of my school open Tuesday Sept 1st 1891 will For terms apply to Mrs L L Harris Give Sharp Trimhlo Denton a call if you want special bargains in hats gents furnishing goods etc Fifteen acres of good grass withiu 2 jniles of tho city not been grazed this season plenty of wuter Apply at this ofllcc Mr Thos Domigau was taken sud denly and severely ill with congestion of tho 6tomaeh and bowels on Friday morning llo lias suiicrctt intensely and ia still a very sick man Mr J D Wilson has bought tho meat shop fixtures of Turlcy Laugh lin and is to bo found as of old with Tho very best meats of all kinds on hand lie is now located at Laugh lins old stand next door to Sharpo Trimble Dentons ou Main street Mr Jacob Trumbo of this city and Col Dan Ilunyan of tho Live Stock R...

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. — 23 June 1891

yamMtfBT ftf 90J71P M - SJ sK rSF IlliVllllIll llfeUfclUMl Iff TW i if igWR VV t i clo that a grea NSWSOF r lAmaiiifalll1lltlmmt nTtfvasv THE WEEK Watermelon crop iliis season pfwpM5 to mo unusually largo d TW Ohio Kcpuhlicans nominated itomJWm McKlnloy for Governor on Wednesday AJBridgeporl young woman in mi mv and a half picked seventy fonr Kjaveil clovers -v Fifty Jowa sailed from Antwerp Tuesday for tho Congo Froo State This is the first batch of Jews to go to that region j Hiiccussiui test nns occn mauo oi the fire plugs of llio Kichmond water works and tiio town now rejoices in adequato protection from fire Tho work on tho Kentucky Union railway is being pushed rapidly and they hope to run trains into tho town of Jackson by tho 15th of next month A licpiihlican Circuit Judgo lias been sworn off tho bench in Letcher county on tho ground thatho wouldnt do justice to a Hogg Louisville Times A Connecticut man thinks it would bo a great thing for tho present man agers of Itaniums c...

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. — 23 June 1891

1 ITOJ e advocate OOWtANO RNDS v i ar jKwwrtMriiui xuu clf Ittisce all Its wjjKg United Stales has 037000000 gold coltiK and oiily 111000000 arc in circulation f Maud Evang of Beaver Falls Pa who h only sixtcon ycaas of age has a third 6ol of natural teeth ifacMahon and Bismarck arc- tho only prominent actors in tho Franco IViissiaii -war remaining alive Ell Ajhworlh of Providence a hanker ninety years of age Is said to ho an activo and keen business man yot Barrott Browning son of tho poet has purchased a house at Asolo where- his father spent his last days A baby lias been sen tenced to thirty days imprisonment at Boston bpcauso its mother was intoxi cated An Efiingham Kan woman avoids tho expense of keeping a nurscglrl by lariating her children out after tno manner of cattle Georgia Davids the actress has coino in for a good fortune from her grandfather She will hot abandon tho staged A Shgriffat Gadsden Ala allowed part of a jury under his care to visit a saloon and drink beer H...

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. — 23 June 1891

m m M V 1 K I 1 1 uetl MlirffV ss - i TTW lAUNTJ EROY IN DIFFICULTIE AvJ J V -- 1 3 t - S V Jaf A Newsboy Who CouM Not Stand nudes Frees lilt Youthful Mind A number of passengers about to cross tho bridgo from Brooklyn wit nessod an amusing sccno tho other day A gentleman who had Juat purchased n ticket in gathering his chango from tho ticket sailors window let full from his liand a quantity of coins cents nickels and dimes They scattered in all directions over tho muddy pavemont A llttlo urchin of a nowsboy from whom tho gentleman had bought a paper for wlilch ho had not yet paid went to tho rcscuo of tho truant coini At almost tho samo moment another litUo fellow clad in tho familiar cos tumo of a llttlo Lord Pauntleroy leather leggings gloves long hair and all hovo in sight Ho was accompa nied by a faslilonably attirod lady evi dently his mother Human nature is very stronj In a 4 boy oven a Lord Pauntleroy Espying a dimo tho uowcomer forgot tho dig nity of ills exalted rank IJo s...

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. — 30 June 1891

iONT 10 n IK thirty rMcineftj 2 toH boolya ntle fu 7 J inches tcfttenl 30 N M fc V vc W A N te s i jT jT r4 l i LE 4 h I IVW w r - Qnico in Fixer XUqcV VOL X Court Directory A A UAaJlarlw A fHtr Attv Office Court Street- rtfHLlcrlngKy UDG1S AMOS OAVlS r WITH irTrhximo3 cp BlarturaelurprsntuiAjri iiiAu 00 WcstTlpai I St Cincinnatl p MS Tyler IPVTUK AlIKKSOK nnico Court fiti cet - JxiwU Apporson MtStcilIng Ky 1AMK3 II ASSU u MUSteilingKy OfflceKo8Couit Sti cct upstair Will attend pronntly to any bnslucsa entrusted to his caiv TOHN M ELUOTT u JltVHl W W1UTK UKOOK9 H Mtslcil nc Ky Will mactWo In the countrts ol MontROinciT irenIfceVowell Clflik and Bombon and - nffiiTAir ind Annellato Comts CaldcU building HBIIAVEN - WA MtStcillngKy Office Com t Street Will practice In all Comts of ho Commons calth - rt i btone w A SDBDUTH OTONE SUDDUTII D - Comer Ml and Couit ftlacc Tclcpuono li lting 2 DU D D L lUOCTOIt Ucntlst flit oierinip i omco over MtStcillng National Hank N COX M D G Mt Sterling...

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. — 30 June 1891

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Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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