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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 February 1891

licjHionTfHFrVTircxy nici Silom vhurchjrevgan comtlr Jan tfor th0liiioso of perfecting ict Organization of lie Farmers and Jjtbowra Uuion On motion 11 II iiey yfa nutuo temporary Uliair il ami S L Kash temporary A N Buili of Clark J W rlicr of Elliott and J W Wheeler Itforgnti were appointed a Iteo on Credentials Said reported 11 counties ropruseutcd i ibllowlug rcwhilion offered by A tlngo of Jlcncfee was adopted iesolved that each county led in this meeting be allowed jrej votes hi electing officers and auquesuoii8 arignag yeioro line Hsiing tTlio house then proceeded to elect binanent officers as follows Prcsi A J Jltngo of Menofee Vice Ijdent J Y Wheeler of Morgan Itrcr P II Hancy of Morgan motion of Bro Picklcsimcr of in tho President was given au to appoint all minor officers Lsidcnt Ringo appointed the ig coinmittcc s un Resolutions cgihbtlvo Demand A IT Bush rk Judge G B Miller pf rtittt and J W Barber of Elli- IBy LawB R E Robinson of lu P M Hon of Montgomery IB Roberts of ...

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 February 1891

illlill m THE ADVOCATE BBS w HjV Walllo docked down and made P w BS ySZar rfTffHlfflr r iflHt Hiir - j vf isaiitXiRaiiflolDli By JTOJAH HA WTHOBNIL OfcjrUM MM tor imfrricmfrrew AawnUUem chapter xm answer V 1 - Youhave reminded ine she went on nf tcr a few moments that thia lady isugn ana nis race pcrnaps auowqu it I Baid noahe resumed but1 later whoa rfound what he had done I said yes wtliatLmifeht help to make right and also becauso it is pleasant for a ringer like meto think BheJ can give soinisthingo herhusbaridMri return for being hiajwife But then he would not intbat feeWraa like other men who wish in evoryway to be the master But yet mcfleicur ihore Is time tothinkaxsin i didwldeliBnddenly alterinnTher tone aisd lookbairat tiltn keenly a woman thRt who loves iTTi - tinl uJott other LI 80 111 no is tho sister of jdMward Yes ho has very often tod mo of her and that wo v were a little alikor poor boyj ho xneana of one aspect ono presentment as for the rest ho knows of mo only wha...

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. — 17 February 1891

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Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 17 February 1891

WW U3W3M3UM American Agriculturist THE ADVOCATE - UTNCSrSTOCk AND CROP 1 Tywp uiorwnitrrff nWrw other stock from a sung or Wound Ejjysaforrcspoiitlojit of tho Rational Stockman liiakdan ajipllcatloii of dry manure rind it III stop tho bleeding ota wound every tfflrTJilnnwi inaUon niay bo woi Hi a good deal to iiin qv Whl lo away frpiujtotnp contlv a weaning colt of mine broke UiYongh a bailed Wire fence tntirt out badljv it Hail uccti iiwffrfpr eight hours when I gtULlnme - lUook di y IiffrsV UlAWiA e and held it Van The wonnd forgone riiiuute iind tlic bloodfdopned Having atVnkC 3LJJ Colt t oral Tarin Coinpitili Gunpjs 0f Colorado wiitcwj that his Companies i -- - Inrnrt fairest thitd binlrcfci of heaf xa hiTnci e gf grouiidrIt wiv nuMid froinground that in the winter if rSSand bJ was immured very heavily In the Miring of 1880 it wassitb soilcd to cleplh of about fourteen fneher Tliht season was raised a -very lnrgo eii of pota toes having a jicld Jovcr hundred bushels to tho acre ...

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. — 17 February 1891

VHV - THE ADVOCATE Fought to tho Death A stockman employed on tlio VII- sW Creek ranch Ivintf a fevy mile povlU of this place reports an inier sting combat between a bull and a panther which ho witnessciT rccoutly While herding cattlo in tho fertile valley of the Klo Tocos Tho pauther was u large one of the spoclca known ad gray jumbo from thotr blze and mouse colored fur and had been 6ceu some daya befuro skulking about the corral but had mado olT on being nt Early one morning howcyor the herder was awakened by a- stampede among some cows with young calves which wero confined in a pen a few juiuurcU yantfi from his cabin and seizing hi gitu ho ran to the spot only to And that all of the cows and calves with tho exception of one of each had broken out and wero gallop ing wildly away Tho cow left was bellowing piteously and the calf -which had fallen to tho earth borne twwti by kmg Jitlw body nearly cov I Bat befotw th herder could Are pM the patipiM which oh Its ap proach had raised...

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. — 17 February 1891

BlU gijggrwfriimMiwKijjtijiwyw PnMT i ATirnnrr T vfJT iIili rv Of Jfevr York roil VICE- lllKSIDKNTj JOHN 0 CARLISLE Ot KcntneLy TO ADVERTISERS I yt You nro looking for tho best medi um through which to roach tho pic You will find that medium in tho Mt Sthumvo Advooath Tor tho reasons that it has a larger tr latum than any paper published hero ami reaches more people who arc tributary toMt Sterling than any - Sothcr publication Our books aro open to advertisers and they Jean sat- isfy themselves of ho truth of this as at oiicq from Alio Held of meie political HZM mm asm confer that I Am sin prised that the i T uvuniur miouiu make melt Haste to isavow and disown a course which lowcver promoted uratlfied evcrv Jemocrat in the rutted State outside ljho Stato of New Yoik icmoviug him iV scelviiig and placing him in thoj front rank of statesmen having the ijioorl of the country and party at h i am enunify uMrcsscu oj llio icp rcscntatim that iov Jim should re gard plain but friendly words...

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. — 17 February 1891

F mmrzx If a o u Mmimmm miyiwji i j ti u u t M3MMI fundi Fleming of a Rio saddle horse for 300 Mr Wattorson ia a magnificent- lec turer and ho has something Interesting JAllen Vest of Morgan county brought 06 head of cattle to this mar ket ami sold all of them at 2 to 4 cents i AtS P Hunts salo of stock etc oa XuotdayJasJ cows sold from 20 ta 30 horses from 50 to 100 Two hnhdrcd sheet said for 400 per head and two pairs of mules for 235 and 20 per pair Hon Henry Wattorson will bo at tho Grand Opera House Wednesday February 25th dpnt forget tho date and deliver Jits magnificent lecture en titled KMoncv and Morals ion 50 cents No extra charge for fcyed scat it - 1 neuron a uo s largcicciiouso which Ihov had just about completed and in which they had begun to store ice kCollaped yesterday morning The building which was situated near tho depot was a complete wreck and tho los fall heavily on worthy gentlemen The primary election in Bourbon county Saturday resulted in tho se- Ucctioii of...

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 February 1891

B IF- SMBa 0 BTwiBimmincjnuuiiwuM n mrmuiaasumjKrjzxrwxtxafxmxwcw ulw WAMuaj THE ADVOCATE NEWS OF THE WEEK Anthony Duncan who murtlorcd Dr B II Gbyhftm was tried in tbo Ifayottc Circuit Court last week ntiil givon a death Boutcncc Dr Sullivan WhHnoy tlio flrst American phvsician to manufacture liomcouathlo remedies died at New- ionvillc Mass Wednesday at tlio ago of olghty threo years President Casslus M Clay enters an oinphatic denial Df the rumor that he contemplates resigning his position as President of the Con Con in order to prosecute his canvass lor Governor Mrs Elizabeth McKinlcy widow of -Justice Julm MnKinliv for many years a Justice of the Snp cmo Court of tho U S is dead at Louisville aged just uiucty ono ycaiv Louisville broke her record Tuesday in tho matter of tobacco sales and tho valuoof thesalo3 was away up over 100000 and tho number of hogsheads sold amounting to 1001 against 1UJ1 tlio highest number ever heretofore disposed of iu one day Tho attornoys tor tho aud...

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 February 1891

1 H Hi Fh ADVOCATE m it X I L r rn ttHhj 1 jaww cly branch Ujton tho llucred tree Inst fi all loaf untlmolyrjjv i lires withered bowor 11 communion with the lft9t 1 turn f j B SrOU o pn tlico the only flower lu Momoryd urc n tlicevcnluif pnlo 1 Ot u mouiTier on the dim blue w ave hear the n ghl winds wail Around ttiygrae Ihy spirit flownt bovo thy look U imaged there thy gentle touc itlionlr Micro I press fion tliy srravc and In thoss mild t ivxriorx r tones o tciidcrnciM lliMblc thy child Hlo Nnp DlatufbOl A J A irieud tetanus With ihrjOfiucst jt ve fcfvo It Fpnce the following Belling dSiJi ijfniin tfiespenof the fcfcwMM wliom lifti woik left L aiuhrHriiif un tjsiaractcr and light of the people Sr his adopted jJly Mothers GitAVfc my autD TbcWck jg iovr iiiin fait ilmttlfKr flow ore like tout at Kit M IK LL A i wnttn t H tJUtUUIVUIUUlV4W w i ioo my grave oleLwItti Its 1 ossotn blue At d mild my iicatiwiieii win u ware Ikvolhycliliar lio comuBL - rry 2 Aiand n tliM nnmlHM iftmnat tt...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 17 February 1891

- X TM ADVOCATE BlirixRaiiiK Bj JTOIAIT HATH0ME Ccpjtlttt 1S0O by -American Press Association CHAPTER XV TDK GEEAT MARANA Tho next night was tho Inst of tho opera season and tho prima donna who had attained such unexampled popular ity with tho Now York public was to bid tliem farewell in tho Bamo charac ter iu which eho had inado their ac quaintance tho Qretcheu of Faust Sho liad intended to spend tho day as much ns possible in solitude sho wished to think to work into her mind and ar range tho throng of ideas that wero crowding ono nnother there to roviow what was past to contemplate what might bo to come But it all turned out differently Sho was allowed no re pci from morning till night Thoro was a multitudes of petty mat ters to attend to many people to see at another timo much of this might havo seemed to her of no littlo impor tance but now nil passed beforo her like a troublesome dream and when night came sho could ntt havo given a clear account of nnytbiMj that had liappened ...

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 February 1891

kjf yrri J C Tmrr uf m hmK VOL 1 Office oi west juain isi upsiuire Hi THE Court DitfECTonY - a - AL CtlWUIT COLHT fcnLfll JimriK John K CooricR prcuWUnjfcTtiini Monday m Muymij tho Fourth Monday in Jo ember nmiK T i Siiitt iiniMiHn Third Mondffr In V l i i - rl JAMJK MONTaOMKBtf QIUHTSRIT COHIT lio cnrnxAMr TKvm ArrEiwoH presiding xuosaay ai tiu IljB nilnl MnnilAT In January April July and MIHl iJctoher corNTT cornT Tlilrtl Monday of each month UT RTBItLIJM OJTV cockt civil wuNcn Junius Umeu V Quos iireaiilln Hret 8at jrday in ench month Professional u rp j aiinett Salycmille Kr Will practice In the Conrta of Kentucky SKINO FORD Of Staling Ky MACK BTAILKll ft CO WHOLESALE CLOTIIIKItS CIKCIKMATI O allkx I Gil ileal Kstato Aeont Wlilto Oak Morgan Co Uy I A HAZKLHIGO lii City Atty ODlcoCouit Strcot Mt Sterling Ky IUIGK AMOS DAVIS I W1TU inrrriiAK nitos a co ManurncliiroraofCIOTnrNO WJ Oft Ieatl St Cincinnntl O M8 Tylcr Lowl Appui son fYLiSU AllEUSOK Sec CouitStrtet MtStcillns Ky fAMES ...

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 February 1891

paw- fw ft B Ij v n - s jirfja THE ADVOCATE FARM AND FAnMEn III pruning hardy otchaid Uccp rc iiiciilbcr that the ohject is to open them to the sun and air Tito shepherd litis some advantago over the cattle grower lit the fact that lts stock costs les ami also that he can turn it oftener Havo vou ever figured out the actu al dlUcrenco in the cost of raising a food grade draft or coach colt and in raiting a scrub Farmers llomc Journal Jfr J S Chillon sold fyOOO pound of tobacco last week that was grown in 1800 on three ncros of land and says there were several hundivu pound wasted Henry Co Local Wool growing presents a feasible means of iniirovlng and making profitable the poor and rough lauds in the dilTeirut sections of this country Such lauds arc abundant and arc un united for pasturing heavy cattle and tillage and ninny ioor owners of rough and thin lands could bo relieved front distressing circumstances if they would stop plowing and stock up with good hccp JtNieportcd that W 0 ...

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 February 1891

T1L I 1 nil uSLadt 8R J8t i A BK - s M i IDBfen I ii 1 t 4X33 - BlRlflBBIPP xH v M fKfijlM Th Artloi on Corperatiens tion shall not Iifcve taken place and UMiicBH been coiunienred in good nUl nt tho lime of the adoption oi thiJ Constitution shall hereafter be 5 void and of no etfocf KC 3 No corporation shall engage Business oilier than that expressly horized in ta charter oi the law HHUHBBKt r winch it may have been or ter bo organized uor shall it hold nil- jreal estate except sneh as may bo iqccssary for carrying on its legiti mate business for a period or live ears under penalty of escheat to tho fyState Sec 4 No corporation shall issuo i I corporations urticle as adopted lGoii Con last wecV wo give be fall It Is a Httlo egthybtil iVliiiice U 4u eh ad to awaken a Erpad interest It 18 as follows i No corporation hi existonco Bjihiio of the adoption oi tins con- U shall Wave tlio benefit of tii rtMt nit xjbiuuuii iriuiuui m ii rSytt of Secretary of Stato an ifr tao provisous oi una...

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 February 1891

if i fcJA t o 2 U s MS i KEpSBBM Wk 9K WKBfS tSr A J3flw j tjwjgiw jk vwiiirnr Fi THFi ADVOCATE JsMre Your Li jt - 8TUUMNG TUUjU1Y 1EIt Association tho meeting was -called of nfliiirn will make Glowers Association most powerful concern win -I -- I 1 rou tltiMinpR GROVER CLCVSLANCL COe rrm xtcu JOHN Q CARLISLE i Ofiiuy u l s J L J I MM Ml 11 M l1l I IJI WTW TO ADVERTISERS You arelooking for thjiliest mjcdi urn through which lo roach the pco 116 YoivLwllliflnd tliiineiliufh in tho Mt fSTEnrixu For tho reasons thatritjhas a larger circu lation than uiylpapcr publishcdhero and reaches moro people Avho arc tributary to ill Sterling than any other publication Our bks aro open to advcFfierfliiTd they can sat isfy themselves of tho truth of this as sertion THE ALLIANCE TAKES CHARGE lfifth t irower3 is to uc aituvvcd lo uie j Alliance and i Farmers u was xor itii Such a turn tho ToTjaccc warohouio t Tho Famicr and Laborers Unipn has 230 fculi unions in the State itjias 100000 member and is c...

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. — 24 February 1891

13 MSTi m MB J 4 Ifefei Hit BL7 HHI lj HD VJ mt rB n7 VaSJi i r taijrv jy HiWK iiS Hl Hftii 22s t u ll w S O Trimble Bros Wholksaie Grocers Jv T ff I M BL E -51 Whole one years in the penitentiary for the murder of polklo Coulter colored Mw Mary Smith ha been awarded 9500 damages from tho N N M V ail way Company at Winchester for tries sustained on the load by he plosion of a locomotive TTU -1 Vi Zchcsl tfC 1 Scott rendered a decision in Common Picas Court at Win er lat week Mistaiuing the at- ja hments against the cJtuto of Hume Clay Thoy aggregate 75000 At Green Gaitskills sale at Side- view this county oti Thursday stock brought fair prices 21 licad of feed- civ 1770 perhead cowe 1G to 3750 horses 30 to 200 corn 270 to 3 poi barrel On Thursday morning Chas E Butler near Pari lost his Mock barn in which were nine head of line trot ters Tho loss will raach fully 12000 on which there la soino 7500 insu rance Tho origin of the lire is not known Messrs Jo Stephens and Howard Wilson ha...

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 February 1891

f Ir vii I JuiiWMw MawiinnKwujriBjui wi mwiiii inaacgQceottSni WMK - ilimx V0CATE F THE WEEK ptlc is a now paper published Kuttawn Lyon county by W 1 Story Sidney Lewis llio slayer of his father Judgo Lewis of rincvillc Ky has been captured and returned to Ilailan county K for trial The residence and barn of Mrs Chimneyworth near Somerset was destroyed by lire Tuesday morning Loss 1500 with small insurance And now it is a Wringer Trust that has been formed Even tho pool washerwomen cant escape Tho cap ital stock will bo 2500000 and is al most entirely held in lthodo Island I N Masslo has offered to donate an cigiblo lot on which to erect a parson- gc for the Christian Church The ada of tin church havo the matter unjor consideration Winchester Demdcrat Georgo Howe a conductor on tho Cincinnati Southern met with a fatal accident Tuesday afternoon lie was struck by the water pipe of a tank and knocked under tho moving train Both legs were crushed from tho thigh to tho ankle Ernest J P ...

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 February 1891

r ft Km MJ Jr I a aau7i r a Hdv tliir on PE ADVOCATE 1T2M3 OF JHTSHiiT TAr KJi1 E 6Pln sou I EL r gig V- tMihfriii iWhoI will teuiovi ii nsc fionnloili ininMi s HI truo un or chid ami weai longer 1 ft 1 l HI gtl ll gtU 111 finis Iikoii Unit o I near Troy v Jyfrscwlng machine oil wol iilli Miu iH nt turpentine it wkli ct 1 1 water and tio cotupl runs a una or a who hold IIiq wound over iijai as soon as pociblo and rvVunt SoTchpst ito ecmont for glass and cliuin fih ofl put cautio soda paitfl fanrt5arU wafer ux tho Ihids thoroughly wo quarts of water with 2 ounces lrciluo Fronted with rose as a in tho hath will impart md delicacy to the skin Sveed Is now made into a tough r which lakes the place of window When colored tho cilect is to stained or painted glas 4u iiiLonious method of applying yodi1 mil ally to the human hioh nr elrlclty is brought Is receiving attention il6ii of metal aluminum ht a cost little ahove rgX 1 - lnnAli llnril inrr nat uniu i iuhvm -- of being able to ac- iua...

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 February 1891

1 of V -7 ST 1 Mi 79C w it I r At w 1 i I HE ADVOCATE REFLECTIONS stretch of wator uiotionlan and Cray var aa tho cyo can reach n boundless dcec Tinged by tlio iooden clouds that oer It sweep Still la thsliusa of tho departing day In shadows wrapt savo whero in bright array Tho crimson banners of tho sun outlcap Tho enfolding mists that over uptrard creep And cast a track of glory oer tho way Bo am I lovo wbogtvo to you tho wholo Of thk Blow brain to touch to lifo divine Of this dull heart to thrill to ecstasy Tho while tho golden glory of your soul Is flung athwart this somber life of mine Which only asks to mirror It for ayo -Helen Martin In Srakos Magazine Ho THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF Has Very MncU Mora Control Over tho Army Than Over tho Navy Tho president of tho United States Is mado by tho constitution commander-in-chief of tho army and navy Curi ously enough his control over tho two branches of tho service differs material ly So far as tho navy is concerned ho has comparatively ...

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 March 1891

fek 4 L Jt 1 JLjLL J frs - VOL 1 jnuim crHmi jHiirwi t - i mwTawiritr huautkblt court VShitis Ai PKiixof mrfddlncr Tuesday iii aionuny in January ipm amy nnu FllO COIllpl M ifrtCNTVCOCRT li f1uaj oi fiii nionm TCl3s J iMD W CJroves niealdln Hrst fui uuitty 1ft eatt tnontb - Professional rn jauSktt AUornoyrSiMaiW - J34lycrvlle Kvv WjU practice lit the Uouttu of Kentucky Q KfNO rOUD of Mt Stcrlliii Ky 0 Jfenrcjeiiu ilACJC bTAMKH A CO WHOLESALE CLOriltFJltS Cincinnati 0 fc K AtJLL Lv llnaMMnto A Accnt k White Oak Morein Co Ky it auaixiSg iL City Atty Ofllcc Court Street Jt t fatci ling JCy It IKjK A MO J 1AISJ U lYttir JIKITMAN HUOS CO MiimifnctimnH of IMHIIN1 DC Wtt IlVSil St Cincinnati O IV Tyler TlVIUIt AllEIlSON WlccComtStleeU LowU Appcruon Mt Stealing Ky It UASdlUY MLStoilincKr OillepTsn fiCnmt Stud uiMtairs Will attend promptly to nny UisInctscntniKted to his cam uun m iiiLiorr U ill Sterling Ky wmco in nor jiock frlilTK A llltOOKS MtSlcillneKv Will tractico In tlio conntiro of 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 March 1891

fci ft - A v B - r i fiTL f i M 4 MdgmW TJ2X VJ E ADVOCATE J Two roctorJ I v ttnC uisvilln E Elected Wr Haw luonpo wore cieuieu uu tl oail of Directors of silrtV to imivnra ABSRntntioil Tooacco J -------- Tones Snook uncics mauo uy mo utmn f Mr Pltfeand tl10 resignation oi Mr Ga4ln Tho nQW 1Cn Ur T irici w fiSholby county Both arc jo men of means ami fino husi faUljilily Sir Jonca is well known having bought tobacco a year or moio on tlio Ureal iJlor his election ho was placed upon the Executive Committee The board fpent much of tho time in discussing tho question of location Tho committee which was sent out U inspect the various sites reported to fihe hoard and it was agreed to turn the wholo ninttcr over to tho Execu tive Committee Tho board adjourned Mibject to the call of tho Executive Committee which will i cumin in sess ion until arrangements for the sale have been made General Williams camo homo on Wednesday JIu was in jubilant spir its and he declared that he was frail tied ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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