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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 7 April 1896

1 I 5 r THE ADVOCATk s Omahas Olty Council nueseil a cur- rVt fovr ordinance over tho veto of tho 1 Mayor At Toulon thrso French warships Hiavc boon mado ready to soil at a mo ments notice Frederick A Humphrey Bid to bo tho oldest Freemason In tho United States died at his homo in Bhopiere Wis Wednesday agod ninety 3iVo years ft fl 9 9 In an oditoral on tho taohnsth cotton mills tho Boston JournaVfranlclr admits thatfit is duo to tho fMt growlngcompetltionin the South b 1 Threftfmaskcd mon hold upn ex press train on tho St LoTilsimd CO roaasnoiir juuusuuu wut uu ii blowing opon tho Bafo secured consid erable booty i 1 J OhauncovDonow referring to tho McKlnloy boom said significantly that there ia such a thing as a man run ning bo fast that ho will bfl out of breath when tho time comes to jump Tho Stanford Interior Journal says Mrs Eliza Baughman received a lot tor a fow days ago from a Now York banker statlug that sho was an heir to Alio Oulino estato worth 520000001 IMrs Baughmau w...

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. — 7 April 1896

I M Jl I1 Iff YOUNG i If 8 WIVES s ur v- vw 3 i 7 f Wt it C suflei HI roller - f rocor W Sen rh ScJ BBAD Sena m Ington Jpt I Tonncsj Sb Fran i issue ijtf f j purpose I T P Corbet popular j tJf Thet ley to t 2200 Milto farmer Cynthia years The beautifu for even in the m Ollio terson 7 lisenb Coons No impt Bislioj preach a nosday invitatiQ attond tl Presid to the S Spain is of Amur annum A doci by the S Stares 1 Toxas i squaro Goverutr r Mr S storo is pushing now on havo beoi figure an openers d your cho buy kilo Llgh Wha Very Sold Witr In ano article - Dvangoli ison of f oars slut ilizen of s a life or of th ras a wu Ilio man e glad t von land the A pnr1 iye t 311 minul iiero on t rcoks or lo will b ay lie -a turn Q loll Bay 1 qIi and hie lum im minut Them MH And 10 best f There i Upatiou Iny pf fi Lj KBfUHlg W Will inentl iuin to LiaU ire vr jwSn mm 1 I f 1 1 1 i i ft 1 JR WIS f M mv r - 1 1 L F Sr 1 W 1 I i rap- j Kyujvt v If Wo Ofler You a Ucmody Which Insures SAFETY to LIFE of Do...

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. — 14 April 1896

VOL VI e Death of Mrs Alanianza Byrd Mrs Susan V Byrd wifo of Ala manzaByrd died at hor horrto near Springfield church on Sunday last Mrs Byrd waB a moat cstioiablo woman aud will bo sadly missed by tho80uoar and dear to her She had boon ill but a very fow days of pori tonitia and hor sudden aud unexpec ted death was a sad surprisoto her friends Hor remains woro intdrred in Machpolah comotory yestorday ho funeral was preached 4jV Rev I W Trimble A A friend says of hor Sho wds a daughter of Frank and Virginia Trimble nud waB born in this county Sho married A W Byrd in 1872 and to thorn was born live childron At the age of 12 yoars sho joined the Christiau Church Ilcrs was a life of purity to bo commended to hor family aud friends Earths Iobs is hoavoiiH gain Follow her as bIio followed Christ aud iahcrit ith her the King dom I Pastor Gill of tno BaPl8t church I hVeabhed to largo congregations Sun day morning and evening One per- son received at mo morning service and five at tho ovou...

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. — 14 April 1896

I I V It Jlf HE 9 AVB4 St S 1 fit fl w S K woo ij i Itf - s x tirfa urtMl T ft fcj Jr THE ADVOCATE itTho Wolls Fargo Express Company ates that thb robbers of the Frisco aat Exprosa train got only 1252 County Treasurer Cobb of Lincoln nh whoao accounts arb short 65- bo haB mysteriously disappeared Ill Socialists at Omaha Nob havo 1 Koon ejocted from Labor Hall 80inHOrvRHvn labor olemout Mnl own by of the tho Endot Tho Houso of Representatives has Appropriated 31000 for tho purchase gnt bind ropair of tho Iioubo in which Lin matiedfcoln died Tbo health authorities of Ciucinna 4tOhio are making war on tho beer A pumps in saloonB which aro said to 810 oooncrato a lagroU8 Pol90n j A balloon Bent up from Paris rcqent ay attaiued a hoiBht ot 150 motrcs T ylbr about uino and a half miles before P t camo down near Cambrai A c 1 Tho Danes of the country havo pro- PuttlBonted to Chicago a bronze statuo of wheoljjjjjjg Audoreou which will probably Qcbe unveiled at Lincoln Park in June housr01 r...

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. — 14 April 1896

r Jtfr r itl ft j I Av iswe stt - i N JTy I I Si re I fcinT JLiiHLm SjBHHdjJK WBKm 41 - THE SfLfcNT ARMY Tho earth hns rustled into nakedness Beneath tho dull ocrhanglng sky Tho haro brown woodlands sigh regretfully And dream of summer days gono by 1 V strange uneasiness Is in tho air i Tho fallen leavos closo curled in death I With ghostly murmurings an answer make To grim NovomborH chilling breath Prom out tho gray mysterious upper world Whoro dusky clouds obscure tho light -A silent solitary Hcout appears In uniform of spotless whlto With countless legions now tho niry roads j Aro filled nor is there roar or din Sut hour by hour tho trooping forms of that Whlto host coino softly marching In Ho sound of war and yot tho conquered earth Forsakes hor fallen colors Lol Oer all tho plain is stretched a Blooming camp Tho mighty army of tho snow Charles N Meyers in Detroit JJreo Stress IN BRITISH 6W3IA3TA Ton follows canljdliovo it or not oa you like said Maokay but I toll you that for a...

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. — 14 April 1896

ntTr wiiffiniMirfcir r rirtjft a H r 7 v rWist - So wrsf loot iom onJ fcl m i IvJatw 51teaiV fflp f p i K t ft M msr rf J for MM W V -- I wrswT ADVQDTE PDBL1SHIHG COriPAHY Tuesday April 1896 ANNOUNCEMENTS Ho arc autliurled to ntinoiincu JUDGE WM M BECKNER T Claik Coiintv ns n cnnclidnto fur Cuntness In XAU tlio Tenth Dlstwcl suujeeut to the notion of Oiic Ucntocratlc pJtty VCa are authoilzcd to annoutico JUDGE JOHN E COOPER jf Montgomery county na iv candlilito for Con 311 lu tlile tliu Tcntii Ulstiict bliljcct to tho ucitott of tho Democratic pauy ndge Bockner For Congress Judge W M Beokncr of Clark County announces himself n can didate for Congress from this Dis trict subject to the action of the Democratic party It is with a peculiar pleasure we piesent the amine of this distinguished gentle onun to our leaders as a claimant ior their support Judge Beckner as peculiarly fitted for this position will make for us a Congressman to -which the people not only of this District but of 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. — 14 April 1896

14 iij r ft u tec Jf Yar in ffl 11 i w U 1 1 i 1 I I I I Hi 1 B I ir P n ny in ii ilLSJ II 1 Jl i aliiJsTfisJjgp 1 ill i 31 39jb o JS A Mrs Hopkins Boy HKOi MHin Picture Dont fail to call and seo tlio mam moth Tube Rose and Gladiolous bulbs at the Mt Sterling Floral Cos Green houses Bo suro and see that now lino of bailor at Mrs Kato O Clarks Landreths Garden Seeds of all lands at A Baum Sons To The Public On February 1st I opened a CRcnl Estato Ofllee and will appre ciate any business that you may -entrust to mo I will give particular attention to tho sale and rental of City Pro perty I also have 25000 that I would like to loan on first mortgago at a low rate of interest Assuring you that any business entrusted to me will havo tho most -careful attention I am Yours very truly W G HOFFMAN Office with Hoffmans Insurance Agency Traders Deposit Bank j j F r r 1 t Boys We Have AND YOU WILL GET IT PERSONAL MENTION D S Lockridgo is quite sick at his homo on High street Mrs Margaret Steven...

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. — 14 April 1896

H Robs My 1 fore t Buffei 1 rolte little rocor Ben prlei era BBXB Sena ington J P Tonnca Fran issue purpo8 T P OorRnt popular Thot ley o t gonitis 2200 Milto farmer Cynthia years The beautiiu for oven in tho m Olllo 1 torfion 7 Q lieenb Coons No impl Bislio preach a liGsday invitatia ilUond tf Prcsid to llio St Spiin i of Amor annniit 1 A deri by the S Statos Toxuh EQiiaro K Govcrnir Air S store is pushing mow on have beoi figuro an oponors your cho buy kiio III ano rtcle 2vaugoH rlson of C years shit Hllzon of h u life ler of th rau a wa ho man io glad ti von th tund fv t t M NfcX 1 f teVK w f 4 1 ftv ft t w m m IB B I l R i 1 I th d ii 1 pe A card aa ays Q thJ on minut uO tioro on t T1t reoks or 10e 0 will b PSE ay 41 -a turn JK1 oll say fe oh and on- jKfc ho lunc m mip P The t H rill fin C0L le bes f lm The f i 2foiB4 reedi ftk vfi Mi 42 v7ffwrrrwil THE ADVOCATE Liverpool poltoomou havo been or tlered to loarn shorthand A meeting of tobacco growers for xhc purpose of restricting ...

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. — 14 April 1896

HE ADVOCATk ti be rph from Sjattl0 WRBl t0 gold Aeld8 Of AiaBK 18 iuci ummig Ndfbrothor of Qon Woylor tlio Uish Commaiidor in Cuba is a mewmakcr in Cincinnati M tidirman Jacob of Dotvoit Mich trivea 5000 bail to answer a rg0 of soliciting a brlbo smart bicyclist passing a darkey fa donkey said Well Uuclo how the ass On a wheel sail on rbeol 1 hishaB boon a very poor season maplo BUgar in Vermont But the inly of so cauca raapio Bugar jb largo as usual t aynard N Clomont of L if y has been appointed 1 Deputy State Exciso UataBalaT yofLOOO Said a colored man Do reason ly I nebbor proach dat roan mulo in do roar is dat Im too fond of iy jiily an doant blong to no church hor How do you prouounco the last ablo of that word buttonno ed the customer Tho last I is silent stiffly replied tho grocers Ik liecu Sophia 01 Sweden is ono of Ichcst women in the world She a Princess of Nassau and hor there from whom she inherited hor loy owned the gambling tables at Kshadcn 1 aiiiel Itaugh ot J ffers...

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. — 14 April 1896

ki 1 My f oro t 1 suffei f 1 roller I Ittle recor i Ben pile j BB1D Bulla Sngton J P Tonne8f Fran issue i I VF PirpOSi r TP r if Corset popular The t 1 1 ley to t 2200 Milto farmer Cynthia years The bcautitti for even in tho n Ollie torson T- I Q iSsonb Coons No itnpf Bishoj preach a nosday invitatiq l attend t Prosid to tho St Spain is of Amer urn Mint ii A cloci bv tho S Stales Iliirnu 1 6quaro u G over mm Air S storo is pushing I uow on have beoi figure an openers i your olio buy knoV 1 Llgh Wha Very Sold With In ano rticle Svaugoli IlBOll ot oars aim 1 tlizon of Is a lifo er of th Iras a wa lbo man be clad t von 111 mud A card rtl ivu vi j tw 3niiiuiuii ioro on r reeks orjv lo will b US -a turn 1 IeH say cb and ho lure sn min i The r riii finj iebesi Tber iTTT1 T V- 5 IF 1 - n If MOTHER FRIEND Shortens labor lessens pain lllnlnlnlirs rinmrfir In llfo nf both mother and child and leaves her In condi tion more favorable to speedy recovery Strongor after than before confinement say...

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. — 21 April 1896

wasx On Sunday nf ternbi sonncro Rov C J Ntiffi fcho infant son of w fe y 1 fe 3S WM XlB MBUilliim jmamFmmmd scfrnkl IjiI 4 JF 1 1 A mwmwstii w stoin Clnronco Nugent aged Bevon j ionths i t Mr Charles B Millor of Richmond Icy has locatod at Rolhwoll to ongago i tho produce business iiowill bdje poultry largoly j Quarterly Court begins to day with appearances ami 20 continued i A Artio Fitzpatriok Shoots and Wounds Sam Greenwade A VERY NARROW ESCAPE Sunday monrning Artio Fitzpatrick shot and wouuded his cousin Sam Greonwado at W T Fitzpatricks stablo on Locust strcot Tho facts as wo are able to gathor thorn are about as follows Some days since whon W T Fitzpatrick left with a shipment of horses for the Norfolk market ho placed his nephew Sam Green wado in chargo of his inter ests hero Soon after ho left Artio Fitzpatrick another nophow went to his undo W T Fitzpatricks farm and drove in a steer which ho propos ed to sell to a butchor in town Sam Greonwado hoaring of this took tho ste...

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. — 21 April 1896

lither tho offices or lllamsbunj Mc aro of an X IE ADVOCATE loicuplno was caught in Warr a fow days ago Tho animal is linyly raro in Massachusetts Flays Imuka was oico almost trcelcoB jw it is a woll woodert Slato is duo almost entirely to tho Ip day planting - - In Filzhugh Leo of Virginia has nominated by tho President to onsul Gonoral at Havana vice Ion O Williams resigned icHiial of Alonzo Walling indict- Iith Scott Jackson for the murder carl Bryan lias been sot for May Jacksons trial begins to day tho citizens of unusual 1 n Ouo man was elected there fosed a fow days ago to hold seven brent offices Lhe Sinking Fund Commissioners o ordered that no moro chairs Ldo at the Frankfort prison bo fncd over to tho Kentucky Chair Impauy tho present contractors I 1 in tho lumhor district tributary to inneapolis 5S5000000 feet of logs lero cut during Iho winter just closed his is about 150000000 feet under product of the piuvioua wnitor A Natural Beautifier Karl s Clover Root Tea purifies...

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. — 21 April 1896

WMwmWEMMHMBEEMii iiMjiiMiiiUiiiii Li imjuiimwmmiMmmm wwr fw wrwmmmimmw H H WINGS Hi I- tW S V- tn t v VN A K c first at tho girl then at tho sky and thon baok at tho girlngain This is Tllngs tllnt flutter in sunny Mr Wings that divo and dip and dnre Wingd of tho Imniimng Wrd flashing by Wings of tho lark in tho purplo nicy Wings of tho caglo aloft aloof Wings of tho pigeon upon tho roof Wings of the storm bird swift and free With wild winds swooping across tho soa Often and often n voico in mo sings Oh for tho freedom tho fruodom of wings Oh to winnow tho nlr with wings I Oh to float far abovo hurtful things Tilings that woary nnd wear and fret Deep in tho azuro to fly nnd forgot To touch in a momont tho mountains crest Or hasto to tho valloy for homo nnd rost To rock with tho plno tree as wild birds may To follow tho sailor a summers day Over and ovor a voico in mo sings Oh for the froodom tho freedom of wings Softly responslvo a voico in mo sings Thou hast tho freedom tho freedom ...

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. — 21 April 1896

i V team ADVOCME PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday April 21 1896 ANNOUNCEMENTS W i ro autlioiicil to ntinounco JUDQEWM M BECKNER ot 1 lark C ounty as n candidate for ongtfog in titiic Tcntli Oltrlot8uljtcut to tho notion of Ui JJemociutic party Vc arc uthotizcil to announco JUDGE JOHN E COOPER jf Montgomerv count as a ondld ite for Con jtn iu tins tlio 1 until DUti let subject to tho ac im of tlio iicmoci a tic pai ly if tho Democrats expect to yot u Biiglo slice of the good tilings this full there must bo a Hopping together of the divided wings There are too many discordant clomcnts in tho party that fieem bent upon spreading ani msities still more Wo cannot hope 4or success unless wo can bring our selves to a bettor Btato of thinking along theso lines Demosrats must lay asiihs personal prndjitdim nnd peihonal spito and bo willing to accept tho man the majority pay U the best tho ttrly had to select from or the posi 1 1 in to bo tided It is quito iiuo that thoro nris timos when county dis...

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. — 21 April 1896

4 u jf Vf pE w m Til 11 1 TiHUiWidJHiirtlfci MM z xv Mt Sterling Advocate Tuesday April 21 1896 A man a Hat tho other clay a Hat wo call tho BROAD WAY Special and the man said as he placed it upon His Head I have been told that no ono kept rcnlilno Hats here but I find For 300 what I have been sending olf and paying VM00 for Suppose you see it Denton Guthrie Co MT STERLING KY v HIGH GRADE CLOTHING at popular prices and your money back for the asking Now Sleepinq Car Lino From Lexington Oa April 1st tho C O railway put on a through sleoper to Wash ington on F P V triin leaving Louisville 8 30 a m and Mt Sterling 1225 noon daily arriving Washing ton 050 a m aud New York 1250 noon next day Returning train leaves New Yoik 8 a in Washington 225 j in and arrives Mt Sterling 405 a in and Louisville 11 15 a in This arrangement gives tho peoplo of Lex ington and central Kentucky two daily sleeping car linos eacli way and threo hours quickest lino to all East orn cities 37 tf Bojnl mixed puin...

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. — 21 April 1896

t THE ADVOCATE Iompleto line o base bull goods Lad Selling tackle at J B Tiptons Stockholm has a iclcpliono foi cveiy Uvutv flix lntiauiiausB imu u mu iow 28500 miles of toloi bono 1 ncs iu - Argentina received 58000 immi cmrutB laBt year tho largest number mows -the financial crash of 1890 iu ktfch year tho immigrants wore 1 3Ctt I T tfprts is to have a Salon National do ts Iode where every stylo 01 dress attui everything pertaining to tho dress foaift -of men and women will bo sTsarn The exhibition will be of art iievts sake Largo quantities ot dead fish havo Bksoi ast ashoro on tho banks of KUty4akcs iu Michliigan since the dav5 of tho ice frozo fco thiuk and socillAdnriiijjtho winter that there TMre no air holes - Jiny Londoiulcry has had a lugger TiiiVi ct Southampton of cedar and rrjogaiiy twenty six feet on tho wvsr line with silver plated alumin i uui fittings and Bilk sails It is lo bo iz the Motucada 1 1 v man sent this answer to a book 6 Jler who sent in his account for a...

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. — 21 April 1896

m I k ID if K M M THE ADVOCATE - The Buff Plymouth Rock to bo por fect should havo no dark or black fcathora in tho plumago but fow fowls aro perfect and black in hackles wings and tails is not an uncommon dofoct in this variety 1 Tho earliest shipment ofohorrios cvor mado from California was sent from SuUuu to Chicago on April 3 Tho provious record for early picking of cherries was April 27 Those pick ed on April 1 were of fino quality and fiizo Tfio avorago creamery output in Connecticut was 68228 pounds of but ter in 95 according to Dairy Com missioner Burlingamo Tho G2 creamories turned out a total of 4230000 pounds of butter last year A number of creameries sell milk and cream largely making little butter 1 1 1 Franco pays a bounty on silk cocoons of about 10c per kilogram ot 22 lbs this amounting recently to a littlo moro tthan 1000000 annually of tho importance Franco places upon tho industry tho modest aum asked by Kansas seems worthy of recognition providing it will accom p...

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. — 21 April 1896

f tr so drds jJ I - w 1 eel UlUf Should Uso XJ3XjX30 LE GTJLATOR ilfl 55I1PFRR TflNlrt nrid ft wonderml liilluence in CompaenihEr her system by cod fcehifthrough the proper kl impurities Health and iare Guaranteed to result uw 2815 U6 I bedridden for eighteen montns SCWieUig BKADFIELDS FEMALE ror iwo montns is getting wen A rirct J M JOHNSON Malrern Ark n ini BEODLATOB CO ATLAKTA GA the lGth hist to Thomas aim who a uauginur 2nf EiiltKColemaii O Groves will preach siKte Southern Presbyterian church Sjotii fednosday niornlng at 10 30 rEadies Aid Society and tho I M S mnnt with Mrs Howell Hurt 3 oclock full desired ants M will organlzo at Mill church next Sunday wesing at 9 30 Every one interest- i 1 1 11 tuts woi K is urged 10 ne J nt next Sunday T3 rifit x T a t T9ril I nitif irtjila JjUAIIiy Ull 1 I CTUJ Wl lUCUto Presbytery meets at i uhern Presbyterian Church in this orTuesday April 1st cs preaches Coleman O s OODS Sarsaparilla has over and f over again proved by its cures inalLp...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 April 1896

D Hi iii ii n r I r 1 LH bmbbi a n i i T A f P r hi pc JiiL R ja ri foivlFi rttfia i iife J we last WiiariiiaRy evening at 1 30 k at the reeidenco of the bride H D ClarkofllclaUng Mr ttohn Gamea and Miss Leo Borry wero ted in niafriago Tito wedding isKxeVsLqtitat one there being ooiy a jew relatives anu iuuhikiu lends -Mr Games Is ono of on wtprosperous and highly esteemed tlzens A business man who by his rrect business methods every qnoto him No onOj stands ghor ay a truo gentleman or enjoys ffleconfldonce of the peoplo taoro than he HisbndelB a very stylish ana popular woman- pbBac86ed with that lovablo disposition which fits her for an excellent wifo Thoy havo the bast wishes of thoir host o friends Dont Forgetc When in the town on circus day to call at the Boo Hivo It ia tho boat piacr iiriGwn from which to seo the fetreot proscssion and while you are watting you can bo looking at some of their bargains Circus day will bo their cheap day The ladies of tho Southern Presby terian ...

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. — 28 April 1896

Cnnp Lad J six gtookl Sftw28t itriLtftB Hfrrca d vi i c L VJWtinUHi vt Falso teeth aro now mafle of papei mid aro said to last a lUotimo Quo of tho latest novelties is a pho nographic clopk which calls tho hours iuetoad ot striking them i i Tho Gorman Itoichstag adoptod tho motion calling on tho Gavorhmont to suppress duelling Tho Now York Court of Appeals has granted a now trial in tho famouB caso of Maria Barbed i m Tho Rhode Island Democratic Con vention iudorscd cx Gov William E Russell af Massachusetts for Presi dent Tho Houso unseated James E Cobb Sweden r0pre8onting tho Fifth Alabama Dis Ag trict and seated Albort T fcroodwln Populist A watch on exhibition in Franco has no hands or face but when you press a button a tiny phouograph speaks tho time At a church near Brest thirty lour couplo8 were married together the pairs relatives and friends making a gathoriug of 1000 persons i i l - - The largest woman in Rhode Is- y land was Mrs Ann Fox of Central 5 Falls who died last wee...

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