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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 17 September 1895

J lb I r ft tr 1 tr P V r l i In regard tosohooi uooks 1 wisn to Mviinvni fun stoftic ftiici soil tnem at thofr listed prlco which is as choftp Al theean bo bought I have the Urgent ami beat lino of School Tablets in the city very cheap Also pencils Y1n nn1 S all IriYtnO kt nin 4 nt n t At xim8 DiBumm ui 11 aud soo mo Respectfully THOS KENNEDY T4 I f Ivvs fvnnil it n 1 nt IfAll V ixi yyii iiiu guuu uiuw you jufii Hour from A Baum Sou They have the best in the markot 8 3t All Masons are notiiied to bo at the Mt Storling Lodgo next Friday evening Work in the third degree Ladies if you want a pure delicate Soap for tho complexion druggists will always recommend Johnsons Oriental Medicinal Toilet Soap For ealoby J BTipton 1 At Courtland Ala Henry King aged 60 was silly enough to drink a iuart of Whisky on a dollar bet Tho fool killer was saved a job and tho undertaker given one Tho work on tho Baptist church is Progressing uicoly Tho foundation jr tho uow part of tho building is be ag p...

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. — 17 September 1895

h p Hi I I n i v is a 1 Ml v r 1 ft J t ffi h 4 f Jit vl liM n THE ADVOCATE There aro eight white men to one whito woman In India An error of a few cents In tabulation caused a delay in Washington of one day in issuing tio debt atatomout for August Among the pupils admitted to tho Brooklyn public school on Monday wero two Chinese boys Thoy aro brothers Retta Taylor is said to bo a coming star in the operatic line She is an American and created lately quite a sensation in Paris Sybil Sanderson takes a good deal of interest in her The Gazette of Pckin hns been in existence for nine hundred years and during all that time 1800 editors have been beheaded for trilling with the truth Journal- ism is a dangerous thing in China the sick man of Turkey celebrated on Au gust 31 the nineteenth anniversary of his reign Ho is the thirty fourth direct descendant of Osman I who established the Turkish Em pire in 1304 - At a proper time last bcason Frank Allen cut a largo timothy meadow on Jih farm n...

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. — 17 September 1895

I c n i Ui iffflp I il La atlrHi m j - a M l proposition to make a cash allowanco of 50 ceutimes U0 cents per diom for each one of these waifs involving an THE ADVOCATE fc TlME Wbfit is tlrao wdro wont to asV Wejswlth tho future wo know tho past iWyi Aret to last to all is given Hope on earth to dwelt In heaven JJme glides alpng Its speed unknown M9if eer watohlul we time 1ms flown Whatjs timor hovt can wo tell Of catch hold on time to dwell On earth yes It law Its arasp But when death comes time stops at Inst What is time Is it death or llfo Of busy cares In thU world of strife iino is the ending of this earthly goal Lost in eternity tho home of the soul Mantes OConnoll Con8ul Gonoral Barrett at Bankok Slam thinks Americans should roach out for trade thoro A new coilisus shows tho population of StfPaul Minn to bo 140292 while ttuAf Minneapolis is 188000 Mayor Martin Dolmargo of Spring Valloy 111 lias heon indicted for abetting the strikers war on colored workors thoro - - Groii Joh...

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. — 17 September 1895

M40 J I 4 5k w m W rrv V 4fc JtV K1 ift 111 iHMWWWBUrawmifW THE ADVOCATE - t Tho Court of Appeals began the fall term yesterday Now York etalo reports frosts in several localities Satuiday night Ohio river farmers iu West Virgin ia have begun a war on shanty boat thieves Tho western part of the city of Phil adelphia reports a light fall of snow Suuday Congressman Ncwlands of Nevada says if business continues to revlvo the fiilvcr issue is dead It Is said that the com crop iu Mississippi Delta district is tho est in fifteen years the Cloud bursts have destroyed al Mexican towns The loss to prop erty has beon great Lightning killed Edward Caldwell a boy while ho was asleep at Des Moines la For a No 1 sugar cured ham toothsome and sweet and sold at the lowest price go to Adam Baum Sou 8 3t Rev Daniol Griffin at Albany Ga shot and killed his son-in-law who was acting as a peacemaker Wiggins the weather prophet says that tho great lakes aro drying up Would that tho weathor prophets would...

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. — 24 September 1895

k W an MT VOL VI Ttf will 1 ii 1 i ma i if ggggggggggMIMggggMMMMg S ehool wl ooks These hogs cannot bo bred purer nnd as individuals they are beauties - A We have brought on the largest stock of - SCHOOL BOOKS and School Supplies I v v i ever brought to this city Therefore we Vcan selVyou cheaper than anyone else 4Iorit fail to get our prices WS LLOYD 9VS Maysville Street Mt Sterling Ky gggggggggpggg gggg Chester White Hogs Boars Gilts and Sows jmn A i JO JJ DjEZEFGIjEJ Tj iT ZE E iu TO GET XEDIOltEEl J RSIBSSSSSat TlicIrdaml8MndnmIIcUylredly U J Hodden Sliolby connty Sire Surprise bred by T 8 511 jucuavm snonccr county ma sire jurauo uxm ihs aire rruio 01 lmuo bwj nam j i entity TirisoH litm Kontuckv Otiecii KXI2 etc 4080 Ifor further jars can en J W HEDDEN ADVOCATE OfllCC Or w W THOMP80N Traders Deposit Bank Mt Sterling Ky fc I CLOAK OPENING wh m vr We will have our ANNUAL CLOAK OPENING OCTOBER 12 And be able to show the nicest line of Cloaks and Capes ever shown in Mt Sterling Th...

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. — 24 September 1895

1 P - i Si ft y i M ir - V IBLl RP imr S5v tf fez i ftl lii 3Kr wife - iaBC tWf tlll1KHJlTlliyt IflU M 0 THNKIN LONG Och when wo llvtxl in ouhl Glennan Mesolf could lift tv bongl An nocr un hour ly clay or dark Would I bo thinkln long Tho wenry wind tnipht talco tho roof Tlio ruin mlRht Iny tho corn Wed up mi look Tor Ixtthcr luck About tho morrows morn But sinco wo coino nway from thoro An fnr across tho say I still have wrought an still havo thought Tho way Im doin tho day An now wero quarcly botthor fixed In troth th aro nothht wrongl But many a time by rain an shine I do bo thlnkin long Moira ONeill in Spectator a A COWBOYS AD It -was tho old old story But np a matter of introductory fact this tnlo throughout is of a oharaotor very commonplace Mr Jacob With nm wanted a vifa In seoking howovor for a part ner -with whom to shave his namo liberty and other horeditnmonts ho resorted to tho not unprecedented but somewhat unconventional moth od of publishing his craving in tho nowspap...

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. — 24 September 1895

J - i tjjCr - id 1 HP 1 in was TrfEADVOCATE Jlplam eboli tfontainhig fourtet handeonie pearls was found In the Si Joseph rivef near St Joseph Mich Besides this many havo been found in m mailer quantities frfacoma Wash has made prelimi nary arrangoments for a grGat Orien tal Occidental fair to be held in 1900 Congress will bo asked for an appro priation of 100000 If wo understand what is meant by Vino cubit of a man tho iron bed- ifir1 nf Clir iran kllll Of BushlUIWaB vifiirteen and one halt feet in length uid six foot in width The Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows have adopted an amend- tnentbv which saloon keepers aud professional gamblers are denied admission to tho order A recruit 0 feot f inches tall and 21 years of age is tho pride of tho ScottsGuirds Ho is the tallest man f ft I r in thoT3riiish Army except a Royal Artilleryman who measures 6 feit -3 inches - A Great Germans Prescription Diseased blood constipation aud a kidney liver and bowel troubles are cured by Karls Cl...

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. — 24 September 1895

m I A 14 h rC f t -41 asr - mKRWT J ADYOCTE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday September 24 1895 ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC TICKET ForGom iior r WAT HA1UMN Of fiercer County For Lieutenant Gorornor K T TYLER For Auditor Of Fulton County LUKECXOUMAX Of Boono County Kor Attorney General W JIIBXMUCIv Of Fleming County ForTicasurcr 11 C FOItD Of Clay County U For Secretary of State H S HALE Of Graves County ForKegistcrof Lniul Ofllce GUEEN 11 SWAXGO Of Wolfe County For Commissioner of Agiiculturc IONltNALL Of Jeflcrson County For Sunt ot Public Instruction El lOKTKRJTHOMPSON Of Owen County For Railroad Commissioner 3d District G It KELLEUof Cailislc ForltcprcwntatUcOtli Legislative District Counties of Montgomery and Mcnefec W F HOItTOX W OBradley fails to gov up any enthusiasm He is a dead representa tive of dead party At the G A II encampment the uegroes who were pushed forward in tho late war as breast works for their white urcthen as iinual had to go to tho kitchen The St Louis Globo Democrat...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 24 September 1895

t m 1 Up i J If - VWfiUTv rr - V fiLogrd t0 School Books I wish to eyjliaie full stock and sell them at tlieir lifted price which is as cheap as they can bo bought I havo tho largest and boat lino of School Tabids henity very cheap Also pencils w InkS and stationary 01 an Kinius Hull anil BOA mil Ul mum bv Respectfully TUOSKENNEDY The groat Lexington trots begin October 8th and continuo ten days v Born on tho 10th instant to EovE JBomar Aiken S C a daughtor j Circuit Court of Clark county JWnvestcrdaj with a largo docket 5H - tap MissLottloLauo entertained a Jiifpef of iior frionds at her homo on High Street last ovoning yrt you like good bread got your flour -from A Bauin Son They have tho best in tho market 8 3t II I jHKlay tK i y tt r r H pu KLr Rev Evorette Gill will preach at 4ho Southern Pesbylorian church next Sunday morning and evening fand faille Trumuo aro among moso 1 It Tit 1 I 1 irv PAtirniiAiiiuiot iUBllUUIg H JUUlllWUItM tjuiiiuiotiw i Winchester It Mho wish of cvory ...

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. — 24 September 1895

1 H H ffiOfliWftteWTW i 7 i V I tf If s THE ADVOCATE Six hioii woro iujiuod by tho col lapse of a wall at 2fii6hvillc Tho Populjste have named a legis lative ticket tor tho districts In Louis ville and Jefferson comity A lire in tho business center of In dianapolis Wednesday mornii g caus ed a loss of botween 300000 and 350 000 Alabamas cotton acioago reported to the Stalo Department of Agricul ture is 30 percent less than that of last vear t The toller of tho Met chants Loan and Trust Company1 of Chicago is missing as is 33000 of tho concerns inoiioy Tho largest oak in Georgia ou Jonathan Farmers place in Oglo thrope county is twenty seven feet iu diameter 1 It is said that Spain has arranged with Paris bankers for four million pounds stoiing with which to carry ou tho war in Cuba Tho foundation of a church at San Como Gautomala has been shifted 8ovou inches by tho growth of two lirgc white gum trees The woman with the longest hair is Miss Ascnoth Philpolt of Gainsville Tex whoso 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. — 24 September 1895

1 rj HI r It P m L - V 1 fV J i hi- It - f ii THR ADVOCAIE v 4MifcrfVk HGood pine tobacco slcks at 350 per thousand 5 4t Star Planing Mill Co j Qhicago has a bird hospital the only co ofit kind it is pald iti this coun try Hero sick and wounded birds aro received and cared for llaj Norman as Chairman of tho Campaign Committee is busy per fecting a thorough Democratic or ganization in every county in tho Btato 11 11 A Babys Life Saved My baby had croup and was eayed by Shlloha Qure writes Mrs J B Martin of Huntsvillo Ala For salo j fty Thomas Konnedy J m lPlio Tlootni niiflini ifloa hnun irivnil permission for pneumatic tubes to bo laid under tho streets of that city and it is expected that they will be used for the delivery of both tailors and parcels - Owing to the expiring of certain in vestments and the accumulation of funds from other sources it iB stated that tho richest English Duke has re cently had no less thau 15000000 waiting ior investments I Tho children ot tho blackest ...

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. — 24 September 1895

n V i i I l i It If - I I 1 i I I UV in J 1 1 I -V j f r ik it r U i h w H p ii 1 - iwr -- rtwwitMW 1 - t - r THE ADVOCATE Goorgb E Owings has traded for tho John B Phipps property on Winn street and will take possession Ibis week Jo Barnes bought of Z T Young of Morohcad tho proporty corner of Main and Sycamoro Btrcet for which ho paid 2G50 I I- I Inflamed itching burning crustv and scaly skin and Bcalp of infanta soothed and cured by Johnsons Ori ental 6oap Tho negro Henry Smith has been convicted at Lexington of assaulting Mrs Mary Hudson and tho punish ment has been fixed at death within a week at Loxington Tho Boons Creek Baptist associa tion hold Us annual meeting with tho Providence church in Clark county last weok and tho minutes will bo is sued from this offlco this week Hon A C Gooding of Mayslick Is suffering from nervous prostration consequent upon tho failuro of a spring on his farm which was suppos ed to bo a cure for consumption Lieut Porry and other members of his pa...

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. — 1 October 1895

mm T V M J ii i i li i iii HIIH 11 i liiiiiiiiluiijigma 4 A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN u vol yr H IS I ISehoo R1 ilH Jr 51 LlW 4 ggggggMgfgggM SUM wmmmi fcf1 tr Books i r1 flE R We have brought on SCHOOL a the largest stock of BOOKS and School Supplies 1 j v ever brought to this city Therefore we can sell you cheaper than anyone else Dont fail to get ourprices LLOYD 9 S Maysville Street 4 - Mt Sterling Ky igggpgSggPSgPSMSggMSPp Their dam is Madam Betsy bred by B J Hodden Shelby county Sire Surprise brcaw MoDavltt Bnnr county his iri Jumbo BMS his airo Pride of Oh o 8009 clam Beauty 1080 Myvwiii Spencer -v i ---- - VMrinrt 14 nnrnniv i niPfiti nt prlso8 dam Kentucky queen cuj etc These hoes cannot bo bred purer and as individuals they arc beauties mk CLOAK OPENING ypv We will have our ANNUAL CLOAK OPENING OCTOBER 12 And be able to show the nicest line of Cloaks and Capes ever shown in lvit Sterling The fac tory has notified us that they are work ing on special types for their openin...

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. — 1 October 1895

1 It J ft It n I K n r J J f s P ft v -v f Ik v v How M i 1 j IuiswrtAL Ills Companion Kcmcinbcreil Him ami HU Mother Alio It was ono of tho solemn days nlong th0 nlloy for another newsboy bad died Eo litkl not been a prominent mem bor of tho push nnd hnd earned no titlo If ho hnd nohioved distinc tion in any way ho might havo been called Rubber Nock Hot Foot orSleopOut They had known him as Freddio Ho had boon accustomed to stand in lino rathor meekly and onduro more than hid sharo of tho pushing nnd scuffling His bundlo of papors was never very largo and as ho wasnt tall onough to talk loudly- and boss around ho was novor prop erly respected in tho alloy until ho died Then a heavy griof sottled on the colony and Bootsy Thompson wont obout with a wrinkled brow nnd was ready to chastiso any young ster who seemed to bo cheerful It was suddenly remembered that Freddio had always been on tho squaro that ho had novor gono camping on another kids corner nnd somo recalled tho affecting ci...

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. — 1 October 1895

a fc K v 1 iTHE ADVOCATE ---- ---T ----- -- -- - Mure lrooiMliave arrived in Cuba ff froiU SpafuVo assist in crutlttiV iho M BhDlliniiUnil - m 11 1 The kind of ldyu that will buy dia monds when in funds ia moro plentiful than tm eiorllng sort that will saw wood if uecomiry Texas Shlftinys Wiiatdld yum wile say when you got n the oilier night What did she eay Idont know Im no stenographer Town Popics 1 Indications ayo that llussia will try to deprive Great Britain of her uu prouiUovMu the Orient by the liamtmt of banks with largo capital at RWpokiu aud Shanghai Protestant chluoli bolls rang out foi the first time in Vienna a Sunday or two ago a set of bells having been preeenud lo the church which was built a few years since after a long resistance on the part ot the govem Htnent Tho seizure of tho British hip Boa riceby the United Stales Revenue KjUttbr UiHiion Aug iO is reported ly Captain 0 L Hooper of the luitvr vessel- TheBeBliico WHseudght tak ing seals inside the prohibited zo...

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. — 1 October 1895

J A 1 in 1 4 8 lf if v hi IX H f MM Ek mm v- f 1 s - r i J iDYOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAHY Tuesday October I 1895 ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Governor 1 WAT HARDIN Of Mercer County for Lieutenant Governor It T TYLER Of Fulton County For Auditor XUKECXOUMAX Of Boono County For Attorney General W J HEKDKICK Of Fleming County For Treasurer It C FORD Of Clay County For Secretary of State H 8 HALE Of Graves County For Register of Lnud Offlco v- GREEK II 8WAXGO Of WoUo County For Commissioner of Agriculture IOUIKALI Of IcffcrsonCounty For Supt of Public Instruction ED lORTERJTIIOMlSOK Of Owen County For Railroad Commissioner 3d District G R KELLER of Carlisle Sr ttspreicntatlvc 9th Legislative District Countiosot Montgomery and Mcnefec W F UORTOK Dont forget to register to day if you want to vote during the coining Republicans every one of tlietn willTogUter andbe prepared to vote They want ofli awtul bad District Attorney Blade at Chicago laas received instructions to make an investi...

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. — 1 October 1895

I 1 rs j M W ft I H ij Sffi fw V r 0 - 1fjn ragarti to School Books Iwish to frfliyTljare tun stocKauu sou tnem iM thlr Htd price which is as cheap a1 UmTCMb he bought I havo tho iargMt A host lino of School Tab lots in theflity Jrcryheap Also pencils pnk lulls and stationary of ail kinds 0M and see me Respectfully J iltfigisCorlo day t t tfanoral Hardin Bpoaks at Maysvllle n October 23 V Theflrst load of now tobacco struck P eOwensboro Monday o jfiTlnrn to lldbert dowry and wlfo on wSpincer Sept 19 a daughter tFn jif1 Olarbnco Hazelrigg has moved into -the Delia von property ou uarrson venue GrubbS Hazeliigsr are having an unusually largo trado iu dress goods cloaks etc Two preachers at Evansville who married couples of mixed colors wore fined 5100 Jack Profit has put In his appear ance and much uncut tobacco has xfooen damaged T P Martin Co havo their Mil linery Opening Wednesday October 3th 1895 All invited O L Rice Moudota III writes Have used your Japaueso Pile Cum and found It...

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. — 1 October 1895

ft Sr 14 1 fcc J J N f is B k tt f f tWWilf f IW 1V C ViBJWJMOPSWTJT V 5F4 THE ADVOCATE WHMnMMINHIIMMIIMMMniBi Did You Know Shoo loathor is now manufactured from road beochwood 1 A person can live in eplouaid stylo iu Japau for 5 a week Tlioro avo o fowor than eight prlutiiig shops in Jorusalom The Now York bootfiiacks have or ganized into a protective union Fifty four members of tha now house of Commons havo written books fe Iu Eugluud there are 70000 gills engaged in public houses auit uriukhig bars The rose among the Romans- was the embiom of seorocyJnlionce luo phrase subrosa Juall mouiitaiuouscountncs flow ers are found growing up lo the lino ol perpetual suow Tho ivy loavod lettuce opens its -loaves and flowers at 8 oclock iu tho morning aiid gouerallycloios ajraiu at four In England and Whales the aver age duration of married life has beein computed at about twenty seven years k All plants are provided with flow ers though sometime they are to email aud so hlddon as to escape...

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. — 1 October 1895

IV a IJlrJi fl M 1 Y rmJ JV 1 IfcVr tiJ - v k V -- - j v a THE County Snperinteudents Report of PaMic Schools J I viUfcl Spruce Bchool on Spruco 4 create which is under the supervision A6t Mm iLlewllyn Crtor a very effi cient and competent tcachof Found her hard at work as all toachora arc who discharge heir duties VThis school labors under Bomo Utfes as the echool house is not in good condition Thoy have no deske Maps chads or globe and not enough ljlack board largo district reports 79 pupils draws from tho Btato 22120 Number enrolled in school 7i high est numbor at school 55 lowest 83 present S3 Most schools at this sea1 son of tho year seem to decline in members a thing which is to bo ro gretted but people in tho mountain district have to gather in tho crops after thoy aro made I visited Uniformity school invTVil loughby neighborhood being instruct ed by Mr R S fctokoly This 1b a new district but seems to bo progress ing very noely Mr Stokcly is also a young teacher but ho sceniB...

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. — 1 October 1895

J I I J IS IB vM p -1 If ii CV Vi i I 4f t i li S fc t V S aft j s s 1 y V THE ADVOCATE Georgetown College may not havo a foot ball tram s Itev Georgo O Barnes will shako up Richmond this month Boo sthigs caused tho death of tho Hon William Mav of Floyd county Altogether 30 suits havo been filed at Paris against John I Moore who left town eomo days azo Thoro aro 1G dlvorco cases on tho docket of tho Circuit Court at Win chester Two factions had a fight at St Hedgwigs Catholic church at Chicago A little daughter of Levi Gritton of noir Lawronceburg choked to death on a bean Paducah is to have a night train to St Louis over tho St Louis Padu cah railroad Reports show that there is no slack ening in tho general industrial ad vancement of tho South Jack Moore aged lffycars residing near Russelville has mysteriously disappeared from his homo A fire in a warehouse of tho Cin cinnati Leaf Tobacco Company Friday night destroyed 2775 hogsheads of tobacco A Swiss colouv is to bo established i...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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