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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 22 September 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. — 22 September 1891

I SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year In adi ancc After tluvo inontlH After six months do all this meeting as submission looking in 2 M aid to tho Kentucky 3 build through our 1 CO 1 25 1 W School supplies of all kinds cheap at R C Llojds city drug stoic 7 IU A beautiful titling pair of pants fiom 300 up at Hurley Leach the Broadway tailor 7 2t i Rev 1 S Lyons sold to Mr James Domigan his elegant piopuily on West High street for H 210 l School book tablets pen pencils and all scho 1 supplies nt R C LIod city drug store 7 it Considerable damage was done in Christian and adjoining countie Kii day l i iail storm Tobacco suf fcied cuii ttiinibly An elegant lineot box paper visit ing cards tooth and hair biushcs and 11 1 4 71 itrts nl 1 r1 UII IvlllllB Ul IU11VI Ullimi ill - v Llovds citv drug store 7 3t Born in this city Thursday Sopt 17 to the wife of Win A Beers nee Siiilic Gibson of Covirigton Ky a daughter tho ilfth girl 1 Clifton Waldon of E till bounty and Miss Laura West of the Tbuity we...

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. — 22 September 1891

ii jjftH Erf v tv5 imW r JSa w ft jffi M v N tTHE ADVOCATE I HARRIS MASON Proprietors STEKMNG TUESDAY SEPT 22 1881 FOlt PnESIDEHT GROVER CLEVELAND H Of New York ft FOlt VICE - TKESIDENT JOHN Q CARLISLE I Of KnntncVr We hoar a wide spread complaint specially among our farmer friends t their boyR go off to the West to ik their fortunes instead of set- linir at homo Has it ever occurred these same complainants that the cat bustling Weft is filled with rail ads that have opened up a thousand id ono avenues for business whilst ur Sfato is filled with a class of men 10 opposo all progress in this and thus deliberately cut off tho young man tho many tles that tho great West delights i holding out to him Is it to bo wnndm cd at that the boys arc going West Knvnrnl frnntlntnGU WOlO dlscilSSlllff it refusal of the Magistrates to sub- it the proposition to voto aid to the dland II R when ono took m W 5 vv w iiiMn rnn von arm 1 mil 1 III BilJ A1U V - inst tho now Constitution is that ill not lo...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 22 September 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 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 22 September 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 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 22 September 1891

T w IV ift t K Er r Rfr 1 I J Ml- ftt m 1 t B 6 The Third and anti party Alliance convention at bt Louis Weduosdav imlntspfl ilm Ft Worth Platfoi m and condemned Macune The convention decided to appoint a committee to meet and sub mit to the General Council of the Al liances at Indianapolis in November the objections of the convention to the Ocala platform with a view to patch ing up difleienccs Reports from the Hooded district of Spain make tho situation woisebyfar than the information heretofore re ceived has indicated lu and aiound Consucgra alono tho damage is csti mated at 25000000 while the loss of lire is awful Wholo families were drowned in their homes and in ono houso twonly sovcn corpses wore found It is said that more than two thousand lives were lost in tho flood Tho Nebraska Democratic State Convention at Grand Island Thurs day was harmonious and enthusiastic despito tho predicted split over Gov Boyds veto of tho railroad tariff bill before a partisan court ousted him f...

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 September 1891

a -e in iirf iai uuiif to t I nc IHi jiNH mt4mtt it IMf ton -Bill a torchW W i m 1 TtvaaiF r J yj finfl SN 4 il yro irtn o VI ltUV Se n If r - 1 y li i - BMMW1IVII KWMlllliHH fv 5JBK t ADVOCATE eft tho Pratt itstula and all - tf ted buy 15 or 20 faity Apply ul Jo niop with IJ II UBiilx Hotel near ift Special ratcf in juttuckv onntiol anil at ww coal yard JUli slrcnl Cut it Jones utilttckv runnel and U at new coal yard rJStat High Hyt i IlfcfyS Codrt convoncd hero Judgo bcolt presiding will bo impaneled this shucfclclonl Co have fV o - JirK oi JUumtjraii v uay febo with tin- now Ann old Irioiids lo rail on fhe Ml Sterling xc iTciivod tlifif new not iii I to kef the jrel lli y inn jutly I - It Jmiwiit uuuonn mu uiiwdti In br iiingout rniiiiu and a arro tiztMis well It ly a i ml liou u on tlie Mi I- V Hhilo i Iiv Air is i es loiva was hicted wiili fliiiniodiariliaia Al fun if wiN very ifo uiufli - tlat loawd it ind my life About won yc3vo ago L ciiaiJtiMt in piuciirc a jtlo of ol Chiii...

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. — 22 September 1891

n I t iV Til jt s i I iniHii nfi vmtiju MEN- - tv Experience of One llarbcr of Thli Grew sotno Undertaking Fifty centsf said tho Jolly looking fat man who had occupied tho barbers choir and flip barber for ov hour I i 6ildniUpaJt xwlylh I harttrjust btcn lefff lccyTiaa vjltl a gosdJiumlrcd slnflp 17 aried fan eitrj quarter info hand and vctiishcju tBoJSaijd I was left a legacy once timidly suggested the barber as ho lathered my face and as I made no objection his low conversation gradually crept on Into a story of this remarkable oc currence Yes and I was nearly cheated out of it too But I was too early for them It was a man I had been shaving for I dont knjjw how iny VWaVllI that was to snavo nyn jiuorjnq glesinan kofeverinQW tjjjiat ho wom one and I hadilwayslmdthe cardHilsSnr Hphad tfofir of lieinwSh one veryshort tho1 first weekftiiefrono a littlolopger fpr a -week ando into tlioTourth Whcirhogot to tho last I tisod to say outjoir little long sir Yesrijuri havent tho tinio tpday...

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 September 1891

1 R5 t Months Insertions Three Months 18 Inscrtious w ta TWYmths I TnopfttnnB ufc Month m Insertions Rvo Insertions Single Insertion October Jw 7 VOL II U D L 1ltOCTOll Ofllcoover 88SS8S8SSSS8 sssasassigs S888SS888S8S 8SS8SS8888S8 S3888SBS8S88 asssssssssss - rs K i w 2 S f S8S838SS8S588 COURT DIRECTORY cJBonr coritT imi SJvnta Vaess n 5 JUDOS TJ SCOTT vrcsiuiub - ftsntcmVr and March - VOKTdOHKBV y ftf b Tnnr T VACIH S ler Third Mond y in January ApiilJuly ana coots cocrt mitli my u Third Monday oi e Sr va BnAKCH v wrduoVKS presiding Fist tneacnii Professional t IIVVTT -1 PnlversvlUc Ky AV1U practice In the loww - s frJ C fcluirpsbm Lath mul sur of H Mi the courts A jBllklVkw - ft iminIIK5 n THTKHSOX ehvsiclau and Surgeon - I Cnvcr VOn r uiucu - iii unvsviuu rn IfftpMlPncecorncrJ Sterling j KyO ll3iACK bTAULEU CO ZScytlawCltyAW fc i Caji ilHtW iccioiut UDGE AMOS DAVIS WITH k XSof0OTIUKG rsicincinnatl 0 f mYLEIt ArPEnSOK 1 AU01THSJ jofflcc Court sired It ASSIDY at- JticrllnBKr YV tlra...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 29 September 1891

w I J v Bryan is ready for holiday pictures Order them in time and avoid tho rush S 2t Bom to the wife of Win Ellington at Stepstone September 18 a 14 pound boy named Pierce for Dr N F Pierce Sirs Jessie Potts of Carlisle lias rented and moved into the Dr Kava naugli ptopcrty corner Clay and Sjc atnoro street8 An elegint lint- of box paper visit ing canK tooth and hair brushes and all kinds of toilet articles at I C Lloyds city drug store 7 3t - Have your feathers and mattresses renovated by Georc Bros They are located at John Samuels old stand corner Main and Broadway If M Smith lias traded his proper ly tu Wnn street to John B Phipp for his houc and lot on Harrison Avenue Mr Phipps pays a difference of 8250 George Bro the feather and matt tc5 renovator- guarantee satisfaction on all kit d of upholstering and work Call on them at John Samuels old stand The coloied biother and citizen has Bpcnt the summer in patronizing ox ci iion pic nics etc and this winter wil sec liiin making 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. — 29 September 1891

1 p nt HE ADVOCATE HARRIS MASON Proprietors STERLING TUESDAY SKIT a 1801 FOK IKESIDENT QROVER CLEVELAND Of Sow Yoik FOlt VICE - rnESIDKNT JOHN O CARLISLE 01 Kentucky Tho Constitutional Convention on Thursday decided to promulgate tho Vow Constitution with the adjourn- ont of tho body Judgo Bcckncr ffiado a strong flght to havo tho day on which it should tro into effect do- ayed so as to glvo several of tho couutics notably among them Mont gomery an opportunity to vote on a proportion to take stock in roilroads taposiug to build through their leva Mr President Clay loft his Llr and in one of his filming red hntLnnrnnrntlnn Rncecho9 declared l - 1- 1- It the reason of tlio uesiro lor ueiay before nutting tlio Constitution into effect was that tho Louisvillo and Nashville railroad wished to get a firmer hold in several localities lie urged that tho Constitution bo de clared iu effect immediately upon tho adjournment of tho convention The h fact that Montgomery wanted timo to ivotc on 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. — 29 September 1891

1 Mftjl the guileless Yankees Surrounded bv A IIiioii tn Trn iJi rn Anything that will reduce the rattle Kilo to such an extent as to enablo a greater extension of tho cotton and sugarcane cropi In that region W T i THE ADVOCATE DOGS BRAVERY DISPLAYED A iliinirosliitlmi of Uimtmpncteri Jtmlltles -- -- - - In u 1ii Nuturcil Setter 7 Bn si Tha exfctonoo of a quitllty in a being Tno ccntcrboard sloop is by most b oftpn unsuspected nnd remains tin- Uiouglit tlio fastest kind of yacht und known even to the owner until somo very ninny successful racers from tho sudden emergency brings it forth big Volunteer to tho iittlo twenty This was strikingly Illustrated by a footer winners in yacht club regattas stirring little episode which electrified liavo no doubt been sloops But tho the Pino hills not long since sioop rig is not by any means the safest Up on these hills lives n Gordon set and handiest for comfortablo cruising ter of mature years This dog is a dog Tho yawl nnd sharpio are much s...

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 September 1891

v jQi I w IV v u w Hi i 1 Vir Mrva iT Jm THE ADVOCATE THE GREAT I look upon her yearning Sho sleeps so still by my slilo And tho atrango stouoM light still burning Falls on tlio fnco or my bride And my hand that hath novcr left her Lies by her but touches nor etlre And tho wealth of which lets boroft her Lies heaped at my feet and hers Our cema do not flash or sparkle But glow with a moveless spark Our hours flash not nor darkle With tho pulsing of day and dark Safe deop in our bridal chamber Wo hoed not the Btorm nor tho snow It secuioth wo cannot remember When it was not always so And as at tho lirot sho adored mo Her lovo in her heart still keeps For sho llctk turned tow nrd mo With liormtillo upon her lips Lest blio wako to tho old and weep See still nro her robes not faded Tho lire of the rnrbunclo throws On tho rounds of her oj cs deep shaded A light that Is liko tho rose Her breast that was onco so cruel BleopiHtlll nsllint tirM night hush Was It tho red rajed Jewel Or I who ...

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 September 1891

6 THE ADVOCATE NEWS OF THE WEEK Dr John Urynu Bowman foundo of Kentucky University and for mauy years its ItcgoHt died Tuesday at Harrodsburg in liis sixty soventh year At Trenton N J a decision lias been rendered against Robert Garrett tho erratic cxPrcsidcnt of tho Balti more and Ohio railroad in a caso in volving 3000000 Tho miners at Briccvillc Tonu have held several meetings recently and it is expected that an attack will bo made upon tho branch prison be fore long and the convicts released The Russian Government has an nounced to its peasants that it can supply them wth grain between now and the end of the year but after thai it will bo almost impossible to find food for them Ilerr Wermutli Germanys Worlds Fair Commissioner has selected as a site for Germanys official building a plat a little north and west of that selected by Great Britain and imme diately north of Mexicos location General Nathan Goff denies the statement published Wednesday that ho had been iuformally offere...

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 September 1891

jT ifi N 6rtuid CUlllHI Ill HI s were 2 22 and I vLHfastcst miles eve tf oil a track in thl to THE ADVOCATE JThe Trotting Association Tlio trotting meeting of the Mt Sterling Trotting Association ot Sep tember 5th proved qulto interesting Between two 200 and 300 peoplo woro present Tho day was bright and warm and the track was in fair con dition but a little slow on account of dust JohnW Whlto was starter and Messrs A W Hamilton J II Wood and A G rotors were timers In the Judges stand were L C Riddle Thos M Fcslcr and J AV White The first race called was tho 230 r cUibs tho starters being Lady Van by Geo Steck and Kuiglithood by Aber deen Knighthood won tho raco handily in Iho llrst third and fourth heats Lady Von taking tho second heat in 228 This marc is owned by Dr Vansant and is tho first of the get of her siro to lajjo a record of 2 30 toj bettor Peters vScobce who Iiavo trained Lady Van are to bo congratu late in giving this maro so good a mark in one seasons work The time in ...

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 September 1891

tor L - jV if S p THE ADVOCATE A SONG OF BEDFORD SQUAHE Its a long tlmo ncnRwl n iior time to boast of The fotilbholil tlmo of two tmut lioopluN bturt Bat swet were thci ilas that minis love infiilu the tiKxt of So short by the rloclc unit mi lone by the heart Wo llvetllii a cottUBO In old Greenwich llasp With a tiny rlay plot that ww burnt brown nail linnl But it softened at last to my clrla patient till tyre And the roses sprung up In our little back ord The rosea sprntiR up and the yellow dav lllhw And heartsease and pHiislcs bwcot Williams and stock And bachelors buttons and brlsh dafTiKllllvu Filled grtxn little beds that 1 bordi red with box Tbeywere plain country posies bright hncil and sweet smelllnR And the two of us worked for them worKtd lone and hard And the flowers she loved In her old country duelling They mado her at homo In our little back yard In the mornlnc I duK while tho briakfost wis cooking And went to tho shop where I tolled all the day And at night I returned...

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. — 6 October 1891

h W SuS I I k bt hoi I Van li tho J bsf i Ml YOIiII ADVERTISING RATES 4 m Ono Year 52 Infections SK Months 28 Insertions 1i Thrt MYmthfrii 13 lutcrtloisv t Tf Two Months Eight Insertions Ono Month iour Insertions Three Insertions Two Insertions Sfngic Insertion - 8S3303SES a 3 cuoowouo 3St 2SEH to S 2SSS8SSSS3S8 SSS3S28SSSSS S3S3S338S888 WWWffll aJ vlrtjJ 3iS43S3S8SS Court Directory - CincriT coriiT JUDOK John K CoofLii proddlngThird Monday May and the Fourth Monday n VemVei COlBT OK COMMOS PLEAS JcdgeTJScott resldin Third Monday In Sentoinber and March Tudob Vr is Arrtxsox pioslrtliiB Tiiela nt m Third Monday in January Apill July and concrrooniiT Third Monday of each month TJniiSETJAJIES AY UU0VFS pmldtn Hrt sot urday l each iwntn Professional m JAUKETT 1 AV1U practice In tho Coin t ot KmtucVy T CLYDE XKLSON U Willpuictlcein S3 com V Jlath and tnr rouudin counties - nlUCIIASil UUEUSOX V K lliyeician and bin fsion OmccMaln St orcr VorU S OavtonV tore KcsliiencCjCuiiiw J s KING tOM ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 6 October 1891

1 I I h i II o Trimble Bros Wholesale Grocers Bryan beats the world pictures on babies S 2t Four good rooms for lvut over my tore on South Maysville 6trcet i 2t A M SiiACKLrFonu Wo will get tho Midland road vet in pitc of Mr Cassius M Clays eilorts to tho contrary Rev AV It Anderson of CnrlMc State Sundav School Superintendent tilled tin pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday inoniinjr A railroad from North Middletown to Clay City or Filson Station would add to tho county assessment nearly or quite 100000 The Irish Corporal troupo gave two performances hero Tuesday and Wednesday nights Thoy deserved better audiences than greeted them Mr A M Shnckieford the grocer lias a splendid lino of meats groceries and vegetables in stock Call and see him at Domigan Gays old stand on South Muvm IIIo street 9 2t The Stanford Interior Journal says Assessor U 15 Kennedy says that under tho new Constitution tho taxa ble property of Lincoln county will be increased fully 1500000 A connection with the ...

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. — 6 October 1891

ft TtB - r it5 wT r 1 r t v J jftpo if WhorriiX SOW iiJr Hji9 THE ADVOCATE HARHIS MASON Proprietors MT STEKUNO TUESDAY SUIT 20 1891 KOIl ntESIDEKT OROVER CLEVELAND Of Now York T6K VICE - PRESIDENT JOHN O CARLISLE Ot Kentucky Tho Danville Ico Company has con tracted with a Cincinnati Arm to sink a well to tho depth of five hundred feet on tho lee factory grounds and If a good stream is not found at that depth arrangements will probably bo made to go still dceper Danvillo Advocate Somo timo since sovcral clerks in Commissioner Itaums department charged that Itaums son was levying blackmail on tho clerks by pretending to use his influence to 6ecuro promo tions for monetary considerations AfowdaysagoRaum demanded the resignation of theso clerks but now it transpires that Secretary Noble pro poses to stand by the subordinates and it seems nrobablo that the chief will have to get out Tho stench is becoming too strong for oven a Harri son administration to enduro longer SENATOR McCREARY Te...

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. — 6 October 1891

i iv Rf lVTr i i 5 iiinfjjmtfm THE ADVOCATE Ararrlculturl Noto9 First class feeders arc now in strong demand If j on want lettuce for winter sow in cold frames Do not gather the giapes until they art- fully matured Good beeves in Mexico arc worth from25 to f30 per head Anion our mot attractive ever- greens is the bluo spruce It is reported that the Maryland to mato crop N almost a failure The silver cedar is a hardy tree and will giow in dry and rocky places New Hampshire reports the heaviest hay ciop for years and of first quality A cow docs not roach full maturity until she is from sis to eight years old The pink eye ha made its npucar auec among the horses at Geiman towu Pa Histoid that a herd of eighty five btillalops will be exhibited lit the World Iiir Acutilo tango in Washington is over 300 miles long and 200 miles wide The census reports 10019591 cows and 3GS7iJGlS oilier cattle in the Uni ted State Give your calves shelter from the suns ray and all the cool water they want ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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