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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 22 October 1895

1 tLLk V 1 Iwro v rogard to School Books I wish to Ay haves full stock and soil them t their listed price which is as clump M thoy can bo bought I have the largest and best lino of School Tablets in the city very cheap Also pencils fcgittt Inks and stationary of all kinds m aid see mo T Respectfully 1CENNEDY A new 0 holo cooking tovo to trade lr corn or sheaf oate Apply to T F rers child of Milton Johniic who lives near the Montgom ery and UJourbon lino died yesterday morning Will relievo quicker than any other -cough medicino Chappalera Bron hlni the groat cough euro Tor sale if Tads Kennedy - - - Remember Pauls injunction and lot L 11 ilolp those Women by attondiug the reception at the Methodist paron age next Friday evoning J B Tipton Druglst will tell yon hat JohUBons Magnetic Oil always irivos satisfaction and is the cheapest NS100 sjzo 50 cts 50ctsslzo 25 cts i ffront forgot tho sale of person alty of B F Cockrell next Thurs day tho 24 The eale begins at 9 oolook a m V Aaron C...

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. — 22 October 1895

J E I li I t h i pp rv I K t I f r T y s i A a THE ADVOCATE - Titles In Poland tlo well to go to Poland It is said that in Warsaw alone with a popu lation of COO 000 thoro aro 30726 persons belonging to tho horeditary nobility and J 237 porsonnl nobles people entitled to tho distinction by jrcason of office or discovory There airo said to bo as many princes in Poland ns in Russia In the latter country thoy aro found plyin ovory trade According to tho last consus thoro aro now living nearly 1000 Princes and Princosses Galitzin Thoro aro hardly suffioiont names In Russia to distinguish thorn and great oonfusion results Now York Tribnno mmmmmsssms m JSESKTZ mm ma KI3H fiS v V FV FOR A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION TO THK iLOBfflil TPES THE BRIGHTEST AND BEST AFTERNOON PAPER IN THE SOUTH Latest Market Quotations Latest State News AU the Local News Complete Press Reports Largest Circulation In the South 30000 AND OVER DAILY 50 CENTS A MONTH Or 9500 a Year by Mall JNO A HALDEMANfBus 60S Fourt...

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. — 22 October 1895

A rl - U 75 i OtlV Mw ru H u tl S i THE ADVOCATE 0 8rnM Village LUe Heidelberg is in natural location ouriouwy alttwtotl place The 3vn is bnilt ot tho point whore tho iNookat river shortly boforo it Vies into tho Rhino oraorgoa from a winding aomo in tno uiouninins Thfcjflvernhutssooloso to thomoun tain edge thore is scarcely room for a town so that tho housos have boon atrotohod out along 0110 prinoipal - street This is tho so called Haupt f sfcrasso or main street whioh is of oourso neither tvondorfnl nor beau tiful It is simply a winding road way where ono may obsorvo various phases of bormanyvillago lifo Tho shops are nearly all looated horo whore not only tho natives trado but 7horo are found all ous novelties and souvenirs whioh aro distinctly of thoplaooand whioh fey tourists aro so addicted to carrying homo with thorn Tho other lead ing street and tho ono most fre quented by f oroignors is tho so call ed Anlago a broad oarth path bo noath a doublo linof trees adjoin ing at o...

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. — 22 October 1895

THE ADVOCATb Btoons Ltniniont removes all en largements on horos oxcept ring bone nutl spavin T H Tipton II II Eininutt tliu Indian orator lectured at the Opera IIouso on tho evening of the 14th instant to a solcct and crowded house It was tho lec ture of tho season and every ono wbb both delighted and instructed Tho ladionoflho Christian Church cleared ahandsomosiim Lightning Hot Drops Whata Funnr Name Very Truo but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Rollef There Is No Par Mr John V Irvine and family havo moved from Dayton to this city and on last Monday opened up a bak ery confectionery and restaurant in tho Swanigcr building on Mayavillo street Mr Irvino thinks there la room for a first class houso of this kind hero IIo proposes a placo whoro ladies and gentlemen can stop in and order just what thoy want tho samo as in larger cllcs and get it sorvod in tho best stylo Tho Central Unlvoislty foot ball toani of Richmond Ky was dofoatcd on last Saturday by tho Vander...

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. — 29 October 1895

v f P 8Su UJ ill ilfct M y t i io A fj MT VOL VI STOLE A MARGE V- A School On Judge ORoar While He Was Out of the State At fVin Inof Arril form tf fliA Fiscal - Court of Montgomery coitnty Messrs J H Mnson y t Highland nnd M S Ty ler were otectdd Conlmissioners of the Sinking Fund At tho same meoting Mr H C Howejl a mom- her of the Court m ado a motipn to appoint Mr M S Tyler Treasurer of tho Sinking Fund Judge kRcar declined to puithc mplioti holding that the appointment of tho Treasurer was exclusively fn tho jurisdiction of the County Court Thus matters have stood Mr Tyler still holding the oillce of Treasurer under a former appoint- nient r Ahout -ton days ago Judge ORearwent to Indiana on a visit and then the Magistrates stole a imirclijnn him Tho law says there shallbo two sessions of the Fiscal April and October but that special sessions may lie called by tho Count Judge or in hisab J senco by a majority Of the Magis trates whenever the necessity exists for saiite After Judge...

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. — 29 October 1895

7U e would trust them with tho worth of an old shoo button thoy tako a dif l lnil OLD brMiMu WcLL Jt used to stand In tho kitchen In a c mer cheery and bright Whcro tho burning log in tho fireplace shot up glowing fountains of light And tho crackling flames pluyodhido and sock with tho shadows hid away In tho yawnln mouth of tho chimney so aw fully hutfo nnd grny Or leaped oat on tho redbrick hearth trnd danced vlth tho shadows thoro While tho old wheel kept tho best of time in tho flreUshVs fitful glaro Singing nnd spinning Spinning and singing Now fast and faster it turns And tho flamoa lenped hig And the shadows danced by When grandmother used to spin Tho wool on tho old brown splndlo was as snowy an tho snowdrifts ontsido And Hoemed as wo watched it whirling rouid llko a snowball taking n rldo Then winding the yarn In n big round ball so firm nnd soft and white Wo were almost afraid it wouU really melt In tbo heat of tho open firelight Bat tossed It about and watched tt grow as ...

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. — 29 October 1895

m rf r rslf iu j Jmti t t v fcNoVto speak of Itomauism from whoso even tho acute and Saintly J ii is loanl to crv that there Ih no Mfratfou outsido ot her pale Thus 1 -ii I t -1 fabeolutoiy un unrisuainsiiiB nu Sdamuhiirall others There are some Protestant churches which occupy a r N 1011 HE ADVOCATE iHWlitiiHwtkivnM1 Relation of Presbyterian torch to Otktr Btaominations by rAv J c aroLLor treBbyteriaiiiSm 1ia been defined as J -A government oi mo cnurcn vy veteiitlive Assembly composed ol i and elderB only and bo ar red as to roallza tho vtilo ubily church It occupies not onjy middle ground betwdon prelacy d indenpondenoy but also tne Jntural ground Wo are justified in imitiir o bojm odiviuo ans And not inaru follinvoiNOt Thin BVufcm ot church gov ernment haa UWH comparatively 1recont timef boen aRnocmtcd with that System of grace exacting theology QwhioU fa styled by some Calvin Wtic by oihore Augustiuian and by others iUgaiii Pauline Tho great body of fiom me in tho sixteenth cen...

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. — 29 October 1895

- a h a i ixr w K f 1 r r I0YC01TE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday October 29 1895 ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC TICKET Tov Governor P WAT HARDIN 01 Mercer County For IJeiitcn ovewor TYLER Ot Fulton County For Auditor LUKE CNORMAN x pf Uoono County For Attorney General ijf W il lialAiunt 6t Fleming County R C FURD 01 Clay County For Secretary of State II S HALE 01 Graves County For Register of Land Office GREEN B bWANGO 0 WoUo County For Commissioner ot A griculturo ION It N ALL Of Jefferson County For Sunt of Public Instruction KDlORTKRTHOMPSOX OtOWen CoBilty of Rnltroad Commissioner 3d DIstilot G R KELLER oICullslc ForRcjireentatlvcOtli LpsUIiUIvo Plstiict Counties Montgomery mid Mciiefeo W V NORTON At the November h ciiou Demo crats every one of thorn will show their colors This is no linio to bo iiutilijiuiit unci they know it Every Republican will dipnit his ballot and il will bu for it publiuaiiUm If our Irleud wonl 1 havo our volts their names mut lie on the D mocratb ticket under Ihe ...

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. — 29 October 1895

r if t toff Off o KpLi iPV aaiWir r mlfc R1 i K JMftl w k V ti Si KA- - fW iS JJ5 u t V At PatlVdtU JLhnnl Ttnok a T toIuVi In r - liftrijKltatock and soil thorn iriWJpnce which is as cheap M tjiey wu be bought I hayetho iftrfwt and beat lino of School Tablets fntheoity very cheap Also poncila nt Inks and stationary of all kinds I and Mo mo - Respectfully t jj TH08 KENNEDY lr The mooting at tho Howards Mill - ITT tta Miutnlv nAiiflntiAa tirtlli JJiJJllUV WI1MIM VViliinuv n - jraing luterest m JJie pco to buv the best coal for i - idasl money is of W H Bash SS JBoa They mean what they say I- r K Tlie Mission Sunday School has changed Uh time of meeting to 3 cHick in tiio afternoon instead of 4 y VTl tt jici iU tA 2ds UOODS AND ONLY nuuu a kjaLaapaiiii o iuc C kni llnr nn a rt thn wtf V Cine JUf jruu Jjcwiuac it o uii ui t blood purifier HOODS CURES J It costR nothing to use Chappalci VBronchiui if it dont cure you if iicd K 5rs directed For sale by Thus Ken- Tfqv w Tho BaptiHt Sunday...

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. — 29 October 1895

f r M o J THE ADVOCATE She Relation of llie Presbyterian Cknrcli to Other Denominations- f Continued from Third Pego in tho Now World Wo alao believe it can bo safely claimed that in all forms of uuiou religious work such for example as Mr Moodys a iNorthfiold aud in Chicago Pros fcytorlatiism has shown a liberal ud unselfish spirit Her attitude is Catholic and her deeds aro Catholic I supposed it will bo no where questioned that through all licr history our church has boon the the friend of education Tho tout aud the altar kept company in tho life of Abraham and Presbytorianlsm has oyer striven to emphasize religion in ithe homo in the family It may also bo said however that tho church and tho school are in association the bulge of her outward life Her people ihavo boon trained at tho cost of sacri nflco and toil to develop ovorywhoro institutions of learning which shall Jiavo tho best equipments and com mand univorsol respect aud confidence Uow that those schools have boon ol serv...

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. — 29 October 1895

4k s T v t jf mK l y ri It u i TO THE ADVOCATE A Pionftgr Family temTOR Op The Advocate Dur ing a iAoent visit to your boautlful lit tle city it gave mo great pleasvuo to gather soino facts of intoroat concorn iagono of your pioneer familiot Arriorig iho earliest pormanont Bot tlers In Mt Sterling was Captain John A Crawford whoso name will always be cherished on account of his gift to Montgomery county of the Court house square This celebrated hun ter aud Indian fighter came to Ko tucky ufrom Red Stone Ponnsyvania when but a youth While on his way down the river ho waB captured by the Xudians and carried to Ohio where ho was compolled to run tbe gauntlet escaping with great dffflcul tf He found his way to tho interior oflContucky and turnod his footsteps toward the mountains Enoch Smith mentioned in WIN Ham Calks pioneer journal owned 3000 acres of pro omption land in this region To secure a settlement and protection from the Indians ho employ ed Jkfr Crawford in 1790 to clear four...

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. — 29 October 1895

Ik r 6 v 9 I i i fo THE ADVOCATK a 4 n Oil boom has struck Bell coun tyfyd options on land are being tak rifrairidly An Iudiauapoli judgo upholds the constitutionality ot tho Nicholsou li quor law Two fireman wore injured and 500000 worth of property burned duringa flro at St Louis Friday On Smoky Creek in Knox county Nan Bull colored Miot Jane Hurst to death Jealoutv was tho cause John Bull is rampant over tho re port tliut Ruttsia has sent war ships to tho Chinese coast and everybody in London is talking of war Mr C A Thomas of Lexington preached an eloquent sormon at tho Christian church Sunday evening to an appreciative audience At Washington Iud Airs George Smith dashed scalding water over her husband who was drunk and abusivo and ho is now in a precarious condi tion Dont neglect that cough Many die of consumption for want of early -attention you can evado the disease by a titnelv use of Chapalears chini For sale b Tlios Kenned Mrs Kato Sanford has filed a 100 000 suit against ...

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 November 1895

X 1 c m tS t Ii 3i BR 111 1 pil 1 rfl I pig 1 Mil S Pill My pil U Hi Mkmmm 11 vice mW IP l MMMMMMMM ML II Wfi m Pfi im mm m Pil im Mm m mm J 1L2 TQ mmm i vn t j no v n B II II TAiLAiAAAAA ii J James t PROMISE always to buy the family groceries afBAUM Sons Economy and family peace demands the insertion of4 the above in every marriage ser- A BAUMSON GROCERS jfcE fc Sterling ZZZyr s Sehool v Books I VI 111 tfj I M U v V -v V A- a t as V A A tp We have brought on the largest stock of SCHOOL BOOKS and School Supplies ever brought to this city Therefore we can sell you cheaper than anyone else Dont fail to get our prices WSLLOYD 9 S Maysville Street Mt Sterling Ky gggggggggggllSlSgMMgMS Doc Allington Killed Some three wcoks ago Doo Alling ton and W O Crouch of tho Plum Lbk neighborhood had a difficulty Which resulted in Allington shooting Crouch u tho hip inflicting a very sorious and probably iatal yound Tho difficulty grew out of Allingtone attentions to Crouchs daughter After tho shoot...

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 November 1895

I - ft- 11 Si tr V is Pi to if EA av wfmjmr fe tm JtVjWifeiiUj iftafftHTi psn A SEA EOM ACiS It had gono two bells in tho mid illo wntoh and I could hardly kcop my oyea open Tha morning was oxceodingly warm but tboro was a light brcozo from tho westward just enough to koop tho canvas full I had thought of ovorything I could romombor to fight off tho drowsi noss that was stealing over ma I recalled tho last song I had heard ashoro and tho girl who sang it I thought of tho lottors I had to write c boforo wo mado Hakodate for wo woro cruising in tho Japan sea on this night of Juno 1880 Thoro was no oxcuso to trim sail to koop ono solf awako Tho breeze though light was steady and at tho foot of tho main courso to whioh I had extended my walk and now stood undor for tho delightful draft it oast was as mo tionless as if tho sail ropo had been of motal I wandored down to tho gunroom for a goblet of rum and limo juice to give rolish to my next pipe Hollo old man 1 Why havo you turned out Th...

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 November 1895

liPrfi l Ll life sw mm1 I IS V I V f 1 t This Now World was consecrated to vn y 9fcK 1 V THE ADVOCATE CHRISTIAN CITIZENSHIP moi BsliVeredattUe jiUI Exercises ot the First Presbyterian Church Mt Sterling Ky By Dr Couditt Only lot your conversation be as it fcecomoth tho Gospel of Christ PhllppiaiiB 127 Tho word translated conversation you will ilnd to mean to act tho part jf a citizen so that tho traiifilution found in tho margin of tho rovised ver sion is tho nioro nearly corroct Only bohaye as a citizen worthy of tho Gos pel of Christ Dr Farrar gives it thus Play tho citizen in a manner worthy of tho Gospel of Christ Centuries bufore when Tsrol was in groat straits with a powerful foo whose army almost enclosed them their loader incited them to their ut most bravery and nffort as soldiers nvlth tho cry Lot us play tho men for our people and for the cities of our God Paul tho groat Apostle to whom thoGontilo church looks as a leader calla to even a grander and a noblor heroism Play ...

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 November 1895

- K It u H A jjjj ftA hyyte gMjfpWWyj1 tTyr iW P if J t V w t I f I ft Hi- V 1tt 1 it SL U M KENTUCKY GOES REPUBLICANS Bradley Wins From 8000 to 12000 fSTHE DEMOCRATIC TICKET GOES JOWN IN DISASTROUS DEFEAT Jlmid the General Wreck and Ruin Old Montgomery Stands like a Stone Wall Prank Horton and a Few City Councilmen All That Is Left To Us JOHN WOOD WINS The election Tuesday proved a DcmocraticWuterloo and it is dif ficult to tell which is the more sur prised the Republicans at winning or the Democrats in losing The Courier Journal of Wednes Liy morning in summing up thr result snys Democrats of Kentuckj are anr where they stand to day It was an avalanche The Governors race is in doubt Democratic ma jorities in Democratic strongholds Jiave been shaven to almost nothing As it stands with reports from about eight counties Bradley has 7i lead of about 4000 vores for Governor There may be better news to come from the unreported counties but the same ratio of Dem ocratic loses would land ...

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 November 1895

a af r nBv 1 JW Wvv I f 0 f afB at Wkc l w Vfl JLtf flMTv jtfi o Use BreOna Liniment bruises and sprains ur v tobacco l1 v W WMh tiV ti 1 if k -V 1 4 ttm on f5T v- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Agent At Slfll 1 1 jfftto n reRKlJlOSehool Books I wish to I have a full stock and soil them Mlfteirjisted price which is as cheap m thfy can bo bought I have tho lrget aud beet Huo of School Tablots in tho city very cheap Also poncils Lfsjaus Inks and stationary of all kinds n3all and sco mo jl Itospoctfully THOS KENNEDY r for cuts J B Tipton - Buy it try it you will ilnd it a sure Hhing Chappalears Bronchiui for ough croup o r lV Ed Mitchell calls tho attention of I ouYreadors to his advertismont in this zisjja He has added many attrac tions to his largo stock V ri Brother Kollar boing sick and fBrothor Gill having just married a -wife and both therefore desiring to bo excused Brother Arrick preached to tho three congregations at tho South ern Tresbytoriau Ohurch Sunday aight MrAb Oldham of tho firm of O...

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 November 1895

liv c K - psaiSffiWw nWiyminy 0B II THE ADVOCATE HORSE AND TRACK Tho Detroit track holds Iho record for tho year with Robert Ja milo in 202 John It Gentry Joe Patchon and Strathberry will meet at Lincoln Hob next week Cowobs 2 12 is such a perfect road horso that Nathan Strauss of Now York says 25000 can not buy him Ed deCeruea tho New York horso farokor made an offer of 15000 for Joo Patchou duriug tho Lexington meeting Dallio Wilkes won tho 2 11 trot at Ijouiaville Sho lost tho second neat in 214 which was tho best heat Tho timo in tho othor heats was 2 15 2 16 215 Frank Agau won tho free-for-all paco beating Robert J Jo Patchon and John R Gentry Tho best time was 205 Robert J and Gentry Loth got 11 heat It is said that William Coibitt re fused 15000 tor the two-year-old Fred S Moody and 10000 for tho Fred Kohl at Lexing ton Ky last week Four mares all with foal bj Krem lin 207 have lately been sold by William Russell Allen to go to Franco Tho Freiichmiii evidently intend to breed...

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. — 5 November 1895

t hit i ii to- A MVSTERY EXPLAINED Kb JBxperteneed Gentleman From Clnein jmM Knew All About It Speaking of quoor things said the man with tho rod noso as a trou bled expresaioh oloudod his faao nmifriiTiw Viarnnnn1 in mn mlimi T 5 wan JiYiug in South Bond whioh has Jk bothered itjo not a littlo Ihavotold thet atorytd perhaps 200 difforont popltf but nono of thorn -was ablo to iolvo tho mystory Something tolls mo that I can do it said tho Cinoinnati drummer -I Tlll tmtl ttltl rtntlf trl4 nliniifl IUV JVI uuu UlUUil llgUU UUUUU with your yarn Woll I wont down town ono evening to soo a man My wife coax ed mo to stay at homo but I had business of importanco to transaot I promised her to bo at homo at sharp 10 oclock howovor and to bo sober As I wont out sho intimated that if I didnt show up till mid night and was boozy at that somo tliing might happen to mo but of course I took that as a joke Did you meet your man asked tho drummor Yes I met him all right and wo put in a pleasant two ho...

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 November 1895

Itf K 11 fr I J IJ I 7 57 Lv V r M Ns vv jTC Wf Vk f J I- i l rr y v it -- STi in IfLfffurK THE ADVOCATb - fftkt State ok Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County Born on tho 2iul hist to II 0 Ra gan and wifo a daughter Mary Blg ataff -- Tho now building being erected by tlo Chiles Thompson Grocery Co Will bo a handsome addition to the business houses of tho town Tho jury in tho caso ot tho arnh murdorcrH II Holmes at Philadel phia returned a verdict ol murder in tho first dogrco at 8 51 oclock Satur day evening after being out three hours and eleven minutes Fills do not Guro Pills do not euro Consumption Thoy only aggrivatc Karls Clover Root Tea givos perfect regularity of tho bowels For sale by Thomas Kounody A current rumor is to tho effect that erelong ono of Mt Sterlingsmost prominent and prosperous young bus iness men will load to the altar ono ot Winchesters handsomest and most lovablo daughter Henry R Prowitt has removed his law offlco to A W Youngs offlco in Bryan building on Short...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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