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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 26 November 1895

4 m l u If Your im 11 Stt - Hoi l jfe WSicl o J V Itjs cheaper to buy a jh remedy for them than to U lose tliem Dr Haas I r Hbs Cholera Remedy will cure them - Sold only by s Jlios Kennedy c Druggist Born Nov 251895 to tho wifo of V Allon a son James Pickrell Al Ion Mrs William Payne aged SO year dlod Sunday night at the house of Mr 3eorgo Payne on Stepstono Lightning Hot Drops What a Funnr Namel Very True but It Kills AM Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Relief There Is No Pair -Major John Darnaby of Fayette county aged 91 years died on the 17tU inst from goucral debility IIo wm one of his countys heat men and wagknown by quile a number of our 11 cilizeu6 Hon Jo M Kendall after ho is eated will look after au appropria tion for a public building at this place This work began with the late J W Kendall and after his death was pushcd before tho committee by the fcon until it was reported favorably Mr Kendall will tako tho mat tor up gaiu and hopes to be ahle to say to tho people h...

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. — 26 November 1895

c fVmBSBnSL J 4 iv 1 A T THE ADVOCATE i - mV REMINISCENCES Of First Presbyterian Church at Mt Sterling Ky By H C Kuinoy T um tho only man now living who was associated with this church flfty ilvo years ago As an orthodox Pio bytorian I boliovI was born into the church and was therefore- a member of it for tifty nine yoarb a comintml caut for li years a deacon 15 yoarb a Ruling Eldor 25 years and Biiper lutondent of its Sunday School 35 years It will not seem slrungo therefore that I should feel like tho cap tiv Israelites when far away fioin their beloved Jerusalem This church is my Jerusalem toward which in heart over turns with alTeciionah yearning and tho language of that hourtis ILnv can I Mug iho LoulV Boner in a strange land If I torgei thoe Oh Joiusalem lot my righ hand forgot her cunning If I do noi remember tliec let my tongue cleave tt the roof of my mouth if I piefer not Jerusalem above my chiet joy Tho heart ha its own memory likt tho mind and in it arc enshrined like pr...

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. — 26 November 1895

I I - 4 jV N r v ti - riT s V 1 V MORUS MULTICAULI3 UUBBLE Xhi SMkwotta Uem Which Kudcd tesirotrily For JTlilladolplilan In 1880 Philadelphia was only big village and ovorybody know oIsoh business and on ffcyotybody Sopfc 20 ouif pooplo woro enjoying all tho oxcitomont of n bqom as the trpas was to come off on this day In 182S u sooiety wns formed hero to promoto tho raising of silk worms and tho nJnnufaoturo of silkfj anil very handsomo premiums of fered for tho finest lot of ooooons and spooimons of row silk But pub lic interest languished until in 1838 whon a soduotivoBtrangor appeared in this oity and by representations of the profits to bo made from silk raising started a veritable boom whiph quiokly oxtondod to all tho largo oitios but hero tho fever was vory virulont It was easy to got tho worms from abroad but tho feeding of them was a serious matter Each full grown worm ato 20 ounces pf mulberry loaves per diem So ncorly every ono that owned qr could hirp npicco of groundpl...

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. — 26 November 1895

I iwi J3 41 Qfw U V fr At -7 r it i u u u u I 11 1 it it ti 11 11 rw - W 350 400 11 uifidl NOW I u MENS OVERCOATS WORTH 500 NOW 390 700 440 750 490 900 590 1000 040 1250 840 1500 1000 BOYS SUITS WORTH 200 NOW 100 250 140 300 155 200 275 500 325 750 490 275 750 475 1000 090 1250 790 1050 1090 Red D Mt Sterling Advocate Tuesday November 26 C895 L etter BOYS OVERCOATS WORTH 250 i C u t u u It I u u u u 300 350 400 450 750 1 NOW u 1 i I T 120 150 170 225 295 490 MENS WOOL JEAN PANTS WORTH 125 NOW 75o BOYS PANTS WORTH 50c NOW 19c 05o 33c 75c 38c MENS IIADKEUC1IIEPS WORTH 10c NOW 04c it 15c 08c 25c 50c 33c 75c 38c MENS COLLARS WORTH 15c NOW 08c MENS CUFFS WORTH 25c 16c MENS SOCKS WORTH 10c NOW 05c 15c 08c 25c 15c 35c 18c Clearance INAUGURATED JN 0 V6IH DG True we lost hundreds of Dollars but the lucky purchasers are the ft gainers and we are satisfied for we have accomplished our purpose h MENS SUITS WORTH 650 F u nt w 1 cL Below A7e Quote IPirioes V alues MENS GLOVES WORTH 50c NOW 1 u 65...

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. — 3 December 1895

t 1 u -- lM V iW VOIif VI irci j3ar m m m 1 1 h i rit h I V 11 31 V I f V rrf w as- i2j tw 1 i ftf t iV I In - r i HI ft T - f sa v r v mi v t gwBFas r f And will sell for the next - V - -- - Thirty days as follows t sFeel 1 Badly fe K aiSav - xTr s To day We rV this rff llw fti n Eiunar KOEfe W S Lloyd 9 Maysville St ff STERLING IK KT Hags Hog Cholera Remedy Large Packages if qiv s 1 Jv RegularJprice 250 MedmnfPackagcssc r Regular price 125 SmalLPackages 25c Mt STEREINGi Kr r because serious diseases often follow trifling ailments Bitters Kyouarewealcnnd generally exhausted nervous have no appetite ana cant n work begin at once taking the roost re- Z liable strengthening m medicine which is Browns Iron Bitters Z Benefit comes from m the very first dose n IT CURES M Dybpcpsia Kidney and Liver w NlURAt QI Troublcs H H constipation Impure Blood Malaria Nervous Ailments S Vomcns Complaints w Get only the genuine It has crossed red lines on the wrapper 2 BROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MD J...

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. — 3 December 1895

Mr l ij j ij rfr V t - if V JlLJtfyiKHI1 1- 1SI Thino oyos aro filled with dreams Shadowed by trossoa of unhindered hair Llko grass by woodland streams Thy look la thoughtfulnesa unstained vrlth caro Clear on thy face Ara written tendorncss and lovo and grace Aa In the dawns first plow A forecast of the glorious day wo boo Bo with a glanco wo know Tho perfect womanhood foretold In theo Nor know wo yet Whethor to wish thy growth or to regret Arthur L Salmon In Good Words GABE CASES TRUST When Gabo Caso came to town and wont to work at hia trado it didnt tako but a little timo for hia acquaintances to find him out One said ho know ho had an ambition to riso in tho world and tho onorgy and courago to realize hia ambition Ono said of him Gabo carrios about with him dont you think a pretty good aharo of plain unpro tonding honesty And afterward moro than one was disposed to say as much as this Ccmely personal characteristics quiokly found him favor with tho feminine portion of hia aoquai...

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. — 3 December 1895

t V- s i V Ww ty mfMwagwiiMMawuiHUMw t u mit bjw uti ME ADVOCATE W THE PRESIDENTS DIED Interesting Facts That Should he P j JCnewa by all Americans iw I x2 j by old age and his physician Baid tho -too froe use of tho waters of while Sulphur springs James Madison Ho too died of old age and peacefully on June 28 i a83G His faculties wore undlmmetl to tho last Ho wub 85 Jamos Monroe At tho time of his -death which occurred in tho 73d year his aeo on Julv 4 1831 it was as- asiEhca to tio other causa than enlceble n m eorgo Washington death was the result of a severe cotl contracted whljo riding around his farm in a rain and sleet storm on Deo 10 1799 The cold increased and wtf followed a iliill tvliloh brought on acute vyngltis His doatli occurred on December 14 1791 Ho was tight joars of ago John Adams Ho died from old ago liavlng reached hin ninety first mile stone Though active mentally lie vr9 nearly blind and unable hold a JM3U steady ouough to write Ho passed away without pain on ...

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. — 3 December 1895

J I I Jr i i hi V ii 5 lv o i V 3 k pqjWr v UIOGTE tyJBLISHIHG COMPANY - Tuesday December 1895 Che Republican Hou e cuiiciin Si unlay night uiuuiuiinrnominawt H6iu Tho 1 Itoml of Miihio Tiv Speaker - JoMKondnil iito have un eai1 wtllemcut of tho contest to be iritul Joe his scat by Rev N T Hopkins hU Steublican opponent Jo bail as wol begirt 1o pack bis grip Ho will gH -email consideration at tbo bands 3tfiQltcpiibKrau tiij oliv in the Hour The silver Senutors of alt parties -wee invited by the Populist tocs to conference which was held at 11 oclock yesterday to discuss the question of organizing dJii Senate on a silver basis Got OPerralls message to the TTtrginhi Legisature which meets Ato morrow will recommend legisla tion to punish lynching and will rXavor the policy of holding Sher ifTVs responsible for prisoners taken from their charge and lynched Eepresentative Lawrence Mc Gajin of Chicago will state on the JlWrof the House as soon as he gets an opportunity that he be lieves h...

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. — 3 December 1895

f1 w f fl H u fj oifcftieri of v- r I rot wilLflnd Hfc i iftaAr ivL iifa lf D Kennedys tion in 0119 of the windows of Sam uels Kiiig ti aud will bo of all sizes and kinds On another page we publish in full tho sermon of Dr Evorotto Gill which was preached Thanksgiving snonilng at the First Presbyterian hurch TVo ask overy subscriber to read it thoughtfully I- i jv Woffman Agent k si i N s g as L r T HolTday Presents Drug Store consisting o f Books of all kinds Fancy Goods Sets Cut Glass Bottles Games etc rou are respectfully invited to call and examine them gfolid fillvor goods of tlio lateat de signs at Jones tho Jowellor 19 3t First Quartcl ly meeting at the Methodist Church next Saturday aud tu Sunday 7th and 8th Rov J Rand will preach both days Use Brcenu Liniment for corn bunions and chilblains- 1 t J BTllTON Tho sinking of four coal barges In Daadniaus channel has bo blocked tho Ohio tlirit no coal can pass on the present riso - Tho Court of Appeals sustains ho 2 per cent tax ...

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. — 3 December 1895

1 C3 h rf n fW f - NIW THE ADVOCATE Sales Shipments etc Moat Imga are selling 111 3J cents in Uislern Kentucky Frosted corn Is killing cattlo in Ureckentidge county Frjitig cliiukiuis arc 1 jxjr dozen at Fletningehurg Tlirrc has ben bliippiil laoin Ekron 20711 barrels of apple It ib estimated iliat at liawt 100000 tut keys were hliippid fioin Eastern igjctitncky this week Up to November 19 there wore ebmetliing over 20 000 ban1 I of apples shipped from Stophonsport W M L uvry of Clnk county Tiouht of Mr Gideon Combs sixtj barrels of corn at 1 75 pi barrel EH 13 Duley ot tlaik count jwcifihfd t K ilm Monday Jib cditlc weight 1 G20 t ci ius A hog truin indeed left Central Kontuekj Tue day I had about car load- t hoyn for the Cin cfnnatti markets IWotlieo thieves stole 5000 worth of slumps and 500 in moiic at Suni anit N J Revenue ofln eri aided a di zen stills an Viro count Vt ami ihieu moon aWiiern and on ofileer weie injured in Jk fight Vi in tin- ne uo tMis lovern nient EiigineerH ...

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. — 3 December 1895

f c mond And tho Brunswiok stono is of tho -but wo aro anticipating Tho history of tho Hopo diamond p ia full of bewildering romanoo mar- vol and mystery Lot us begin at tho beginning In tho yeur 1688 tho -famous traveler and jowolor Jean Baptists Tavornior camo baok to Paris from his last tour in tho dia mond countries of tho orionfc Ho brought with him 25 diamonds all of whioh ho sold to Louis XIV for half a million dollars Tho Grand Monarquo was so ploasod with his bargain that ho throw in the titlo of Bron dAubonno whioh Tavornior wore to hi3 death Among tho brilliants was a bluo diamond still in tho rough weigh ing 112 1 4 carats It was a mag nificent specimen hut being flat and ill formod was considerably roducod in tho cutting after whioh it weigh ed only 07 1 8 carats On tho his torio occasion when Louis XIV in 1715 welcomed to his prosonco tho recently arrived Persian embassador tho aged mdnarohs olothos woro ablaze with jowolry valued at tho inorediblo sum of 12000000 and ...

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. — 3 December 1895

a in 1 fl V 4 if i t c J X it ifc B iL 1 i IK v ffW1 Ml toS j 0 u J -am 1 jteie J if -aw - fi 13 i 1250 THE ADVOCATb li is said that a contract has been fcigiiud or the ddivury in Ciiicao of iitty storago battery electric cars Madionvillu Ky was visited by a JJilUUjUOU lire Wednesday inoriiiny A large part ot the busines section is in ruins Xti NOW 390 440 490 V l590i - 640- 840 1500 1000 BOYS SUITS WORTH 200 NOW 100 u t II II II II It II II II I II II II II li II II 250 11 1MO 300 X 350 400 500 750 11 11 11 11 11 165 200 275 325 490 MENS OVERCOATS WORTH 500 NOW 275 ii 11 11 11 11 11 c II tl II II II 750 475 1000 G90 1250 - 790 1650 1090 HPR ti v - - AJdViwSaiftfflffK w K va5 vc m riseimi nil ft - w jj i l a ML Sterling AdyocateTuesda December 3 r895 JBOXS QVERQQATS WORTH 250 JjiifOW - t Q - 3i00 tiKliu V - 3 60 if 350it4 w - 1 70 1 - 4oorf tt225 i C II - U a 10 lKO H 295 I 1 7o t J k8b mens Wool jean pants worth 125 now - nsc BOYS PANTS WORTH 50c 1 hNOW - 19c 75p - l r MENS HADKERC...

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. — 10 December 1895

l t A A Wr -- mfct a m M m m W i i v -it ii I lii IIII m I m I it 1 I in hi IBI 1 w m m m ill W n I I m n I 1 m MT dt VOL VI tm atf g J ITAiri pJi J mill IflBtJ H MKaasrajfg 1 Boods I - - CUT PRICES W S Lloydy Constipation Malaria 9 Maysville St LT bTERXJNG JVY was I Iters IT JV8PEP8IA Neuralgia M J th3 repeatedly because serious 2 often follow trifling ailments 2 If you are weak and s generally exhausted nervous have noS appetite and cant 2 work begin at once q taking the most re- liable strengthening a medicine which is H Browns Iron Bitters a Benefit comes from n the very first dose a CURES m Klnwrw inn Livrn A TnouoLtn My Impure Blood NCRVOUO AILMENTS uJnurMn CnuPialNTR VI 2 Get onTy the Renulne it has crossed red Jj 2 lines on me wrapper 5 2 BROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MD g aHeneBC3omonEaoiaoBo Fortnlo bv It 0 Lloyd W S Lloyd TI103 Kennedy and J It Tipicm Dr MilcaVFri f JEWtf tiro guaranteed to nton jrjrcatrtcoin20 minutes Ono cout a dose C VI J T HIT 1 TYa1lM louiummu uau uuu ...

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. — 10 December 1895

r ft if v W IV 1 1 A a 898fFa WJflWfUffJ - THE ADYOCATH Uiljrjrrtr 11 hi icm1 Diamonds I oleums I keep them and I have some hamlRomo oups too and for both diamonds and fine golf wnttilics I am hoaiiqtiarlors llomoiii berl carry a fine lino of theao good 19 3t J V Jonks Jeweller A man whoso heart haH in tho pam twenty months traveled from tho loft totho right sido of his body Is a pa tient in tho Alameda Cal County Inflninary and his caso is greatly iu tcrorttiug tho phyelniaiiB Ho had no trouble of any kind with his hoari uutil twenty months ago when b began to work towards tho rignt sid ol hia bodv Tho physicians say his heart is now at tho extreme of tin right side of his body Ho has suf fered great paiu since trouble began but is now almost well apparently An American paper says that the Prlnco of Wales ponds over 300 a year on cigars alone This is ol course absuid sajs London Tid Bita As a matter of faci his roj al highness buys comparatively few cigars him self IIo has no need ...

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. — 10 December 1895

kv J tv A1 vw w i miMiMrrnriniii n THE ADVOCATE llV - -- Titian utuHatlWHllOlV llillt dliritllT thqjinonth at deCobcr 20600 Iallati mfcratcd to AmorSca s In Mexico mid also iti Siaiii judge jury and lawyers all Hinoko in court if thoy wish to while a cabo U being tried Evun tho prisoner is uot ived of liia cigar qr cigarotlo L An hnornujus fllirlU of carrier pigeons was recently hold in Paris Sixty thousand birds were sot loose in one morning frOrn the neighborhood of Btfful tower 5000 of tjiom Btartyig at oho signal - It is interesting to uoto that ono mau makes all the burglars jimmies in Loudon The police know tho mau Well aud aro iully aware of his pecu liar trade but there is no law by which ho cau bo arrc6tcd or stopped Tho committee now sitting hi Mos cow upon the arrangement for tho cor onation ceremony next spring has placed orders for 400000 mugs bear ing a portrait of tho Czar and over iOO000 gallons of moad to bo distrib uted to the poor people in celebration of tho occa...

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. — 10 December 1895

15 1 P o crsa Late advices from nha iu Io in- that the iiiKiiifiiiK tiettiny iiuioli the holler f tin- liyhMn The of SpHiii h meei seb tio not seiii Io he lnrii on Governor m lrmth y will he inaugurated at Franklort lo duj Preuuralionh liave bei u cuiuph led tor a jjoo1 disphy and a 1 u e crowd is exported to wittier the eeremonv Lord SctltsttunV tnc iMiylMi Pre mier to Secretary Olucya uoto of instructioiH to Aiuhosador Dijard relative to the Venezuela boundary dispute was received at Washington Saturday by the British Ambassador Ex Speaker A J Carroll was re elected on Saturday tothe Legislature from the Forty eiht L fjLlativo dis trict over his Republican opponent 0 II Blatz by the decisive majority of 152 The Republicans made a greater light iu this one district than they did iu the whole city of Louisvillo last month but this time the Democrats vcro awake and on their metal also The A P As were cutting figuro an the fight against Mr Carroll but in epite of all Carroll goes in T...

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. — 10 December 1895

tf i S2 fc O ii A nice line at 4 faBooks f T1 I nccures 5 tzn PRESENTS KENNEDYS V Cut Glass Bottles Perfumes 4 Gold Pens etc You are invited to call and see them The ladioB of llio Baptist church will have a big dinner Courtday r next Monday A B White will removo his law ofllce Jan 1st over Exchango Bank n Myavillo etrbet lv Tho family of W L Stout have P taken rooms at Mrs G W tfE dors corner of Elm and Clay streets V i - V L Stout has rented of the Ex change Bauk of Kontuoky tbo W II Thompson farm containing 200 acres 44 acres in cultivation balanco in grass The small boys had a splondid time skating during the recent cold snap and from present indications they wlU have another skating Bcason bo tojfi long k A druggiBt said to mo Chapelears Bronchini is highly spoken of by thoso who havo used it 5 that is best evi dence of its morlts For sale by Thos Kennedy Last week Mr I N Horton Coun ty Superintendent of Public Schools fell and broke a bono in his right log just abovo the anklo...

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. — 10 December 1895

V M V - W V THE ADVOCATE s frW Brief Notes- Kallroad that tlio avc Iajji 1 travel upwardsol 20000 in im in be com so l a jcar Well niifit at Angolus Cal littvu iiicivoiii a nidHioilon woih at a depth tf Inriy x tool beneath ho sur face The PimiI Lumber Company if Wambuga Out lias a whistle on itt now saw null tuat can bo heard fori inile Mexicos largest gold nugget wat found at Pianclus Placurn Sonora in tho Baling ol 18i2 li wulgn lh po 1 uds Tlio largest private house in Great Brlaiu is kowu an the Wcuiworth Maimr I is tho pinp itj t Enl JTitzAi lidind The longest wad in tho Century Dictioui i irtiatiipharlngcolaryn geal Tho m xi ligest is trausub etaiitiationalisi Greni Liko C ilorado U said to bo the 1110 1 eU vaieil bnn v of water fn the world having an altitude ol 10 252 feci abovu ea levil Tho fir l taihlitv of tho m occuiitd hi UuniiigMiii Vi last WtcU ni ii liuLiiii E Ui aiiln uit twelve- Cur old lad named Ruell were drowii d by iiraving tinuugii a halt inch ol ice Aurd n u...

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. — 10 December 1895

H Hi S ifV THE ADVOCATE CiKlW V JJE it 1 11 1 i Ttfo parsons wcro irozon 10 uusuu i St Louis last Monday night f riniit fim irii af mid Second reel- f montsoftho Stato Guard woro called upon lor service at uio jnaugurnuuu Rufus WPockham ot Now York hks been nominated to be Aesooiato Jtisthie of tho United States Supremo Court to succeed tho Into Howol E Jackson Flvlngmachlno iuyentors and kin dred soaring spirits will bo pleased to learn that atMilano a 8oclety for tho AHfliatanco of Poor Inventors Is about fto extend its blessings t r Bwcodon offer a lair field to anoth er kind of sportsmen Last year 21 bears 78 wolves and 19490 foxes wero killed in that country also 325 eagles and 14220 hawks j Souator Alien Introduced a resolu tion Tuesday declaring it tho sonsoof tho Bonato that tho United States Gov ornment should recoguizo tho Cubans as an iudopondont nation Within a Bhort time six companies of English capitalists have been formed for tho establishment 6f cotton mills in China...

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. — 10 December 1895

i fa IFi ir sra v w MENS SUITS WORTH 650 T sell as advertised tT BOYS SUITS WORTH 200 - NOW I f 9m r MENS II u 300 j 350 400 500 750 OVERCOATS WORTH 500 NOW 275 750 475 1000 690 1250 790 1650 1090 Tho Governor ol Minnesota ha signed a death warrant fixing Decem ber 11 ao the date for tho execution of Harry Hayward tho murdor of Cath arine Gingj Tho J L Watkins Infirmary noar Montgomery Ala was destroyed by firo Saturday Loss between 15000 and 20000 Tho patients escaped Tho Laud aud Immigrant Agout of tho Louisvillo ard Nashvillo has closed a deal for tho salo of 8000 acres of land in Sou thorn Alabama to a Chica go colonization agency Tho Chicago sub treasury has re ceived 200000 in gold by paying tho express charges ou tho gold and tho currency soit in roturu Diamonds loose and mounted at C C Freemans 19 3 vEL t J Mt Sterling Advocate Tuesday December 10 1895 iU Louisvillo Tobacco Market Sales on our market for tho wcok just closed Amount to 3240 hhtls with receipts for the same pe...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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