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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 1 December 1891

K VS Irti MJ IS p HARIRIS MASON Proprietors fasBgaatEWWrtlteTJ MT ftTXKM0 TUJMUJAr DEO 1 1801 v - WiKHtaiKfriirNK ATftJ J 3tk fa yjJLANDT r r rf afc 7TS ft iiU - aaSk sarr Of Kentucky rv Tho First JKa8PBiWS9fcjJKfI k mg4Rttyi ttJlJW5J0CTiWJiron became of thoJriunjjrwsa aftkirs ItitttTm ii i mi ii m fit has withdrawn from tho contoatwfoi V M powAHvjunts 1 TtelijrArtio tyw at Topeka Kr8 font of dally papers to Bprcad its KolQatiincg - - irwftv ntlHrWTtortWBhtV slJi v ivk M r representatives in tho nationaTltopub iWl grcssional district -v cr l - rJ Judff6MIi BidwUHbf thd UlfllK kinsville Ky City Court lias been Esrrcsted for maladministration of fcoffitffanir bouhd over to iho Iarch term of thtf CflclffibiiVt Superintendent Kimball of ihoLifa Javiuff Service reports that during fciiopastyoar tho 238 stations assisted it 491 disasters saved 3341 lives and property valued at 5783950 jSannton Jplni GUCarHsle Js out in a r6hgliittciM advocating- tho claiws a the fitness of Hon JlogCr Q Il...

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. — 1 December 1891

THE ADVOCATE THE FARM AND THE FARMER Gartlon ground infested with cut worms will be bcnolltcd by plowing it deeply just beforo heavy freezing A Vonnout farmer picks tho apple seeds from his cider presses and sells them for uso in tho manufacture of prussic acid Tf window gardenors only would learn that market plant erowcra avoid over potting as they do frost less complaints of bad luck would bo heard Good roads increase tho value of live stock land and living generally If a horso can do one third more work on a good road then his value is increased one third Your gooseberry bushes will bear all tho better next season for timely sovcra pruning lly removing branch es where too thick especially of old wood and heading straggling branch es back you will not go far astray Good animals good crop good re sults all aiound on tho iarm are not tho outcome of good luck It is pa tient continued intelligent ciiurl that brings sm ccgi in agriculture not a happy-go-lucky couroo When planting an ap...

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. — 1 December 1891

I thaJ T TSf Ji r Kwt llfHfi W Qm imm iW mhHP m ADVOCATE ft Tl CHIME y to mi old Freneh air Km of kmlinA and grief I EMKUTO aVTH9fr UQJOJ1U I MKlpMt all belief I Nmb1w is he that wrote ir bat this innoh I onlno made th words wm nomo remote V ItMloh anoeetor of nilno 1 know the danoeon decD Monx he lay ftmt why he lay thorelnj LlMlUa Kuiralch that he could not sleep 1 For ooMoleaee of a sin I mm hie cold hard Tied r th onium that Jingled in his cars i pressed nightly with that wakeful head A pillow wet wim tears OkJWStlees llttlochimel ehMffed but rang Its roundelay h dark hour of that unhnnnv time jfhat sighed Itself awny And ever more and more jrden grew of his lorn self a part naiea wun ms memories and wore It way into his heart And thero It wove tho namo any a towii ho loved for ono dear salca its vrob of music thus ho camo um little song to mako f nil that over heard it for its sweetness nono hut I t tho clew that as n htddon word uviyx UUU UIUUUO flint wall from lips lonir dead...

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. — 1 December 1891

ft 1 t 1 I til CO inl AftJ but tho lull IV nl am MCI duel yon otlu aiiioj cntii adi ih llov Ioir -ii Mi lllOfitj our H vrhli Jiou Tobi irifjt Bath fK raj5cfl vviU co iaji M T t r K Iti W IXC brf eating can coj io 4 tnoxWt liSSl OUCj DUSVpp YTOIUd baocc Chriit Aiivott tniy or civo h 5 It 6 n 5388f3rTTrvrr 1 pmnw iwi THE ADVOCATE Tho Me WS OF THE WEEK i i t Mexican corn crop is a failure aticCn fiiinmi in many of thotllslrlcts A number of now cotton mills will bo erected in tho South during tho lixidlsKri JAflf A3 Tho President Thursdat appointed IV IL Sullivan of IlHioK Tftitqd SiaU CoUilfttBcWla1 T Eldor Z T Sweeney of Columbus Ind Consul General to Constantino ple ha resigned his Jiosltioii Owing to tho failure of crop1 the poor peoplo oflhc Stato of Durango Mcilco are in a starving condition Jriion aco for Sneaker of tho next IIoiTse cpms To bo narrowing down bjwcciiipJs aqrtvSpVingori or Crisp iViiliamPuckott ntonccd to be hangqd at Irvine Ky for murder December 4th lins bepn tcs...

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. — 1 December 1891

i loft for h seom things EuyUto K clOSO 3 ted u v lasajfoj m rjji ar or uiotjiapusi framo work of the fiaptifstnsharch Witt3 h fair weather this lll AllnI l milrVitjf t tWJKflTSMftlf tariUiraW ffqw rmlY flW A WTVI rlJ r1 irv WvuVeii SMddjPmdniirlg alHTingllt havo pure bred Po InrtMrfrs or sinal UUHttSfcWft Hit iiiu U i a TTF n liisj RUI Judy Ky JhJvfJ jo A ttitbyT tf Rogers ie to be Wasted mKfflSmi eoado socinq Rnqia aitTTU vited TO Tartlc ludablo enterprise Tho TCaeV6te tljHeds pa rcading rootn foe our owdis i o fluddxect MPt io tooJ weople itfsioA aTUbflldpor aper 25 cents irt has been in session aKvee adjouVningiSJ aumuorJoC Com J bps of minor importance ed John JohnsonXcolX EliSKcutting and Wounding la tvl liwoa BOTSTilfttCD tX I Ij i t MF fn lrquorTytliout Reuben May loadlv weanons lined hfejafff aBPtdOfibSofe r lined iajjynthix infantieiO was como up to day as understand aro anx JUlSLLfm imiunc Tzi iO atlivniJtho bloom of voutli i - - iled biHUib5nnikitJndn anions loving lnonu...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 1 December 1891

tcl m til 1H Is n 3 38 O if s V w v a- r COI bin - s THE ADVOCATE RUNNING A PAPER UNDSR WPFICULTY The Trouble of fc Editor Who Wi Controlled by n Hoard of Director A certain nowspapcr not over a thou sand miles from Detroit wusonoo owned and operated by a syndicate of lawyors business men and politicians About half of the board of directors at first wanted tho fun and honor of running the paper Bo whenever ono of them Jancicdbo had an Idea in his head ho -would run up to tho ofHco and inter view tho managing editor TIrctrjr No la Idea was that tha Asltt nn1 Arwrfnr a wnnt Irmftnrv tnnaf V J w o of the time becauso thoy were not In tho building every minute of tho day liko his own mill hands Do you give yourwliolo tlmo to tho paper ho asked ono day of tho man aging editor Oh no said tho editor I take seven or ejght hours for sleep and an hoar or moro for meals a quarter of an hour for dressing in tho morning flvo minutes undressing at night I dont shave so theres flvo or ten minutes ...

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. — 8 December 1891

-- i W E m IflipXu II afiNPon fm m flflnsortlons n M nsertion S3CU nptljj streets A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL ININTEREST WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE RTISING RATES Hpneeftions 4 fci - 38SSS2gBBB -3555525 3 8 8 S88SSS8S88S8 SS88S88S8888 8SS88888888S SSi3SSSaS888S ssssassa8888 388388888888 fafssas8888 S83838SS8S88 fcoURT DIRECTORY CoorEB picsldlnjc Third Monday Kourtll Moiioay m i vT of common rr piwrning i 1 1ntvh COlKT DUCKY iiinr Tiirsdnr eytaJMS MMVn1 Pf COUNTY OOCRT Ssa v Gbovvs presiding first Sat- Ieacli moiuu Professional of KrntuekY LCHCO in nm fjELSX Hornov ni kur3Seoua lIathBndr Euntics - TTTUIICnV flflnn and Surceon VT 3itSle1lI11pIv5 oVMtU IUliFORD of ML aicrnuif iresc TT rn WHOLESALE CXOTHIEltS PlNPINNATI 0 IUGG Attv Attornuy av vv - Ky rcci - - DAVIS Lk duos co iitvn Ioctiirer8owtfv 0 t vi l w Lewis Appcreon frEKSON m eli iSSIDY Jit Sterling ivy Lit PnrtvStrect upstairs Villi attend L0r ntVted to his care nniilolM w - I TtT SrTmTT iin ai m sr -- 1 tirtiniiiLsinnt A lit Sterling K...

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. — 8 December 1891

subscription rates Ono year In nrirancc M After llirce month J J After six months Call and see Cassidys lino of Xmas furniture - Bead Mr Morris ad of sale of store house otc at Grassy Lick This is a pplcntlitl oppoituuily for ono who wants to Unci a htund for a country store Beach Bowers minstrel at tho Opera IIouso to night Voris and Clayton arc bulling at prime cost to close business This is no catch penny announcement They mean business morning a lire started in the oilioi of the Sharp burg Hotel Tlio ofiiee which was ti detached room was duetto ud but the firo was subdued without further damage Lose tome 200 fully covered by in surance For useful and ornamental furni ture call on Cassidy The Masquerade social and supper given Friday night by tho ladies of the city for the benefit of tho Y M C A was a decided success from a financial and social standpoint About 70 was realized and all who attended report a most enjoyable evening Sec the grand street parade of Beach Bowers to day ...

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. — 8 December 1891

mu eefe lini d lei h e advocate HARRIS MASON Proprietors TEUMNG TUESDAY DEC R i yon rnnsiDENT OROVER CLEVELAND Of New York Von VICE - IHESIDENT JOHN O CARLISLE Of Kentucky cm 72067580 1811 Judgo DoIIavon has been appointed Brown to try uio Wors case at Elizabothtown Frciich Senate Friday reported its Tariff Committees proposal to pteQ a tax of tlirco francs on foreign sugars Tho French newspaper Figaro was cdnesday lined 500 francs for open- re- iption for the benefit of tho tthed Archbishop of Aix said that the Tennessee con- iill bo returned to tho branch fisons m a lew oays uuanis aru now being employed to piotcct them ho Eepubltcau members ot tho use met in caucus at tho Capitol Mturday evening and nominated eaker Reed aud all tho old officers i re election The Treasury Department decides atSlfnportcd block plates dipped in iscountry for tho purpose of making aud terno plates aro American fa under tho McKinley act Senator Turpie ot Indiana will parly in the session of Congress i...

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. — 8 December 1891

ir 1 IM fi t i Kfi E st 1 r V Sf 1 if v t 2 H Had 1orcottrn Something I was staying on the Itiviera when the famous convulsion of 18S8 occurred I was awakened by u shock which dashed two pictures oil tho wall of m room nnd upset tho washstand While I was striking a match mother shock strewed me and somo chairs among sonio fragments of broken crockery I had presence of mind enough to re member that during an cirthqitako you aro no safer in tho streets than in a covered building so I dressed without mad precipitancy and after a des perato strugglo to open my door which had got jammed walked down stairs The sight wis ono never to be forgot ten Men women and children in deshabille were huddled in tho front hall crying shrieking and praying Some had bolted out of doors with hardly any clothes on and had mado for tho sea where they clamored to bo rowed out in open boats about tho worst thing they could do Among the panic stricken folk was no tht ear n j in for a ince So ho opened tho tlno...

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. — 8 December 1891

I THE ADVOCATE THE KITCHEN Cookies Ono cupful sour cream 1 t cupful Msar a pinch of salt and a fceiwrtfus teasponfhl of saleratus If jrfdrr the yolk of an egg may bo M6 Flavor withnutmcg or grated lemon rind Flour to roll Theso will bo lighter and crispor if after tho ingredients a nd about half the flour are mixed tho dougli is left for from 10 to 20 minutes before adding tho remainder of tho flour Indian uidinu Tako ono quart of new milk half a pint of Indian meal two eggs half a tcaspoonful of salt and ono cup of sugar Boil a pint of tho milk stir in tho meal while boiling cook flvo minutes and add the remainder of tho milk then tlot it cool Whon cold beat tho sugar Bid eggs together and add stirring Itho wholo thoroughly and bake ono ynir in a deep dish Good eaten cither hot or cold 1 Pine aitle Tiuple Soak a pack ago of gelatine in a cupful of cold water put it into a bowl with two cupfuls of whito sugar ono peeled and chopped pine apple tho juico and Srind of a lemon Mix cover...

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. — 8 December 1891

X -V 6 THE ADVOCATE NEWS OF THE WEEK ThoF W Cook Brewery at Evaiis vllle Intl was burned Friday after noon Loss 50000 A Philadelphia man has invented an odorless whisky There is a lx dy blow at tho clovo industry Detroit Frco Tress The safe of tho Hopkins County Bank at Madisonvillc Ky was blown opon and robbed of about G000 Tuesday night At Warren Pa A It Blood a wealthy oil operator was killed by being thrown from a horse His life was insured for 300000 By the explosion of a dynamite fac tory Wednesday at Hovcretraw Now Yoik six men wero killed The shock was felt twenty miles away The State of Tennessee has ex pended about 10000 in paying for the capture of tho convicts set at libci ty by tho rebellious Illinois at Briccvillo A Louisville Now Orleans and Texas railroad passenger train was Saturday thrown into White Oak Bayou Miss by a broken truck and sixteen persons injured some quite se riously Bca Bros Co bankers of Pitts burg who suspended some two months ago paying their cred...

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. — 8 December 1891

m i 21 W H THE ADVOCATE Mr A J P Barnes and J It IIos kins representing tho Merchants lie- tail and Commercial Agency of Chicago 111 havo been visiting tho ML Sterling merchants tho past week with a view of organizing a branch of tho abovo named agency in onr cltv Wo understand thero was a meeting of tho merchants to elect ofli cors of tho local board last night but too lato to givo tho names of tho offi cers in this issue This Agency doo3 not interfere with tho credit of men who deal honorably no matter if they aro slow neither does it in any way regulate prices honest solo object is to compel men to bo with merchants or to pay snot cash for goods purchased Wncn a merchant sells his goods on credit it is an accommodation to tho con sumer and if such consumer has no appreciation of tho favor extended and wilfully neglects to mako a 2 sonablo and honorable adjustmont of Uiis indebtedness then ho should bo compelled to pay as ho buys It is bettor for him and much more profit able for ...

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. — 8 December 1891

A v k m m it Vi- rcKwwt nut ujwmmiiiiiiiim mW THE ADVOCATE A T3ELLE IN 1 ARS Hoa cono I beard tho front door shutting Ills olco no more liU glnnco no uiorcl How could 1 eay I cHil tint lovo him I didnt know I did before I llko lite solemn courteous manner Tlmt makes believe my word Is law 1 I llko him that of all my suitors Hqs absolutely without Haw Of coureo woro euro to moct tomorronr Tho tho dinner too IfcclllkocrjliiR Caul tell him My nnsw er w 03 a lio to ouJ For ho would chango his lovo to scornlnsr His trust to miserable doubt If I could so dlssoinblo lo lng Hed say theres nothing Id not flout Eo I n 111 weep for hours and hours And pale and fado till I am dcadl Inrdon I came back to what crj Inc Dearest ou dont mean what you said Oh call mo fool but then your eyes dear Wero turned nway how could I tell Theirs Is tho language that I study They no er would ha o said farewell And now they weep they aro so true dear Your lips are lovely but In fact It Is thoso lips that make It...

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. — 15 December 1891

i1 J W i rcL KjD n i7 IT me 3 -V OL II Jir a yKSpii j t K II ill 1 V ThiM Months- Btwo Months Wgbt Insertions tf Month Biar Insertions VTbree Intcitlons m Two Insertions WsingJidiiBCrtlon Sav - 11itav a 8888S a wo u u u v a a s c a a M K O 1 ni ss Baa ESS o o a u ocj 888S88S8S388 SS88SS88SSS8 oSSSj 58883 8SS88S888888 2ffiS9t22128SSS 3SR8a3SSJ8883 a888888SS8S8 gSafSSSKSlS8 S8S8S8SS8S8T MHMonisS Court Directory VSisjKiafA iii i m October C00OTTC00bt Brhird Monday of each month a uruay Professional hi JAllNETT t 1 Attorney StYr in Hw tionrta o Kentucky IpmctlcoU tho courta ot Bath and eur v wy lnnanus MtSteainKy nrccon 0JS5VilVBMrVvUlo streets WSIUCIICC ymw - KIXG VOUD of MU Sterlwr U MACK STADLKU CO TiiP OMKoJ fn fc E Bl wnow wsjri o i 1 IIA7KITIIGO I - Attnmer ntlaW ntVSt MtBtenBtv2 VW V KAMOS UAVUS BU08 CW BAX w t If- OffiGK ----- Cincinnati u twl Awerson APPEteOK rtBtfL Mt Sterling ilUSterlinftKy TUlttcnd 10i5M KLLIOTT 7 Ofll5lnrUerIocfc tOOhJJ in the conntlw of Monti VrfcUeelnthec...

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. — 15 December 1891

h 1 If V I Kt HI Ci I r i W w Trimble Bros Wholesale Grocers Born on Tnesdax Dec Slli to the wife of E JL Dnkc a daughter Bornto the wife of- John Burton on last Saturday Dec 12th a son John Burton Jr Jno V Payne near Steiwtone suf fered a stroke of Paralysis last week and is in a critical condition The Grippe seems to be almost epi demic in our midst We have heard of a long list of those who arc suffer ing with it Our readers will ilnd the Presidents Message in this issue Whilst there is nothing very remarkable in it yet on the whole it is a very creditable state paper The Turner Johnson cao has been ocenpyingtho attention of the Circuit Court for the past week One of the jurors reported sick Saturday and the case was continued until to day La Grippe has taken a linn hold on -our community and there are more people sick now than at any previous tiino within the history of our town Millersburgitcni in Bourbon News Taken up as stray on December 9 one spotted barrow shoat will weigh a...

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. — 15 December 1891

adb W rgIE4AB IQCATE HARRfd MAON Proprietors tJ JflraitMNG TKSDAY DEC IB 1801 FftK rRBSlUENT CtROVER CLEVELAND Or Jfevr Tork FOlt VlCK - IKKSIDENT JOHN O CARLISLE 01 Kentucky fttte Produce National Bank of Phil- k4tliia lina cnnrliirinil In ltniiulnfn awhile it has enough to pay alt its rnwut5os Xurlng last month tho Pousion JMroau allowed 22253 claims unon which fho average payments were 12 120 x A ThleVes robbed tho ltussian imcnt trpasurj at Vladlvostock of 550000 through an underground luucl Il is stated tho Archbishop of Can terbury will visit America next year and will rijako a tour through the United States and Cauada Tho New York Board of Trade and Transportation hac recommended that iho Stale ought to spend 1000000 at 1 Ait isl S vinftpniillii r tin X tiinninl n 4tin Chicago fair 1 4 p Chairman McAlister of tho Anti- Sub Trcasnry Alhauco Committee has issued a notice postponing the National Convention called for ljborJG at Memphis until after the Third Party Conference at b...

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. — 15 December 1891

Bb W i M IK t ci Rr v w -I C KV w iv v stf M fe a J THE ADVOCATb IlJMIll i jijj iixxjwrjiiuiui President Harrisons Itccom inundations to Congress The Bearing Soa Seal Troubles Be Arbitrated to Chill Must Make Amends for Her Wrongdoings R ANSWER TO THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT SYor the Construction of a Navy Worthy of the Nation Tito Now Or loans Lynchers llrnuilcil as Criminal Becretnry Fosters SIItct Policy In cloned The Nlcnrngun Canal Should lie Aided If Necessary Protection for Hallway Employes Recommended America for Americans Should II Our Principle iRc off mj7 t I EKNJAMIX HAnniSOS To tho Senate nnil House of Representa tives Tho report of tho heads of tho several executive departments required by law to be submitted to me which are here with transmitted and thu reports of tho secretary of tho treasury and the attorney general nindo directly to congress furnish a comprehensive lew of the administra tive work of thu last fiscal j ear relating to internal affairs It would be of...

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. — 15 December 1891

1 ri ft teV ry ry mc iy li1 m i i t yWWilllilllKiWmjn1 hi i Inter form nf n iM against puuiiooruer Uliiirs Appointment W BUlVfl t1l fnimol ilf a- f P1 F BIfir w minister -would practlc wt o ocicubiun oi any represent tire so le nr tw Vesting Inws remain in - m id WilltUU OLKLRS f A BAVt ivoij e any jcriuus rii c aataaflaSia llnsetton withtho oihlbit of awioaau 1110 aiiproacmuir joliimblitn Ion ITrcKardit as doslritilathnk Sinese exhibit bo facilitated In nvorr ropsr way Bputns Exnoiiltlon Coacernlne tho oinnsltinn tn in iii poxtyear by Spain to celebrato the four jundrUh anniversary of the discovery no sayB it wouki bo n njuu linn consmerinK tne erslinnnnrr in whfrh Snnin i - Ipate in the worlds fair in Chicago H intercontinental Unllrond KTWr tbe connecting links of tho iuru iiiwerconnnentai railway are in m nOt OlUV in AtoViVrv - Iioints alone tho1 coursnmnnnul nut PAStlrVHVllllf nnrflna rtrt 1 uj Hd under the direction of th mmmhi itoni Tho renorts of thn nnrfira rory satlsf acto...

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. — 15 December 1891

ft A v r r t y vi G iteilc Tuesday lignt stock THE ADVOCATE NEWS OF THE WEEK The Cleveland Theater at Cleve land 0 burned Wednesday morning Loss 75000 Tho Beaver Pa Star has been in dicted for ciiminai libel in tho case of United States Senator Quay Postmaster General Wanamakor has lined tho Indiana Midland for not carrying mail on schedule time Tho annual meeting of the National Trotting Horse Breeders Association was held in New York Wednesday Two men wcro killed and flvo seri ously injured by tho collapse of a frame building at Lchighton Pa Wednesday Miss Elva Silvers dropped dead with heart disease in tho lobby of tho Opera house at Decatur 111 Wednes day night Ten dwellings and 2500 in money wcro destroyed by fire at ille Pa Tuesday night Total losn 5000 i tho Chilian Houso of Beprcscn Vcs Tuesday a proposition to abol 10 Chilian Legation at Washing is defeated Governor of Chihuahua has 00000 bushels of wheat from k States for tho starving Tot tivi Tli pxecut to be i with tr fi...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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