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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 15 December 1891

irf a r 4 kl CTI THE- ADVOCATE -- p - Jflco line f Xmas goods at lkok vasef booklets lamps tri- to mirrors at Clirlstmas prices Kennedy Bros - wing the next ton days wo will away a beautiful picture book tfc ach 5 cash purcliaeo from our 11 department J 2t JllITKS Co i i J L Hainlluo Co have consen ted their stores and arc now at the raar on Main stiect As tlicy arc JWlled for room they will soil you hhig in thoir line such as dry gobtU laces ribbons c at Ltom prices Tlioy will sell you toys oligaper than aliybody junl Taken Up as Stray December 12 1891 ono black tted sow with crop off left ear and weigh about 200 pounds ouo c spotted gilt will weigh about -pounds ono red barrow with bqtli ear oft Tho owner can have eamo by proving property and paying cuarecs jUiki Kynv Dec 15 1801 194t - r Trial of C F Kooooc Co Verdict rondcrcd by each customer Tfludthe store ir fhn plipnnnaf In Inwn I i And that their stock it complete I find that their customers aro treated I Ami they always tol...

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. — 15 December 1891

K K i1 ft f Bf f Iv IV r c 7 m Kj av B h THE ADVOCATE DK TILD1K Tildlos knowledge of politic was very vague Slio know tlioro Iiad boon a war boforo sho wits born nml thit old massa since gone to glory had fought In It Slio know tlmt lier mis tress had once been rich and that tho dlsinal plantation was onuorly the 6ccne of lavish luxury and plenty Sho had no reinembranco of a per sonal kind connected with slavery her little yellow vlsago having failed to ap pear on this earth in time forlt As far as sho could gather from her rather miscellaneous kindred it had boon n period of much eating and drinking assured and variegated clothing free medicine and occasional punishments soon forgotten However Tildio made tho best of her prosaic existence though tho sharp blck eyes looking restlessly out from her mulatto face were always on the watch for new possibilities There was something Caucasian in her long straight nose formed for prying into business not her own something Cau casian also in...

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. — 22 December 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 December 1891

f V iattaMlHllMIMwJMMWnil r - fr mm j w LJPMHI1MBF 4VKilJBUn J T---- N mWmr J i ggg HM pi Jj MTJ gTEKLlJNC ADVOCATE TUESDAY DECEMBm 1891- J -- j HRwv I1 J11 - mj i i i hi iiiag gg ii i Mm i in ljiiiiii yi i WqlM l 4 j S- b it B 1 Gliombcr sets at all pi ices at W W Iccdn 19 2t Dr J Jones has runted of Mr K M 3mith his bonce and lot on Harrison Avenue and will locate In this city to jtracticc hi profession i m i Fine perfumes of all kinds in cut glasat T G Julians - i m i The postortiee at Kllileth 1on county wa robbed on Monday night Tho paities secured 110 in stamps and somo goods win the tolX iti which the poMolllco was located Go to Kennedy Xmas book Bros for a nice Mr Giw W Sydner his rented of Ta Hall hi farm one mile from 1S3 acres for 1500 7f acres ibr corn and 14 acres for tobacco the rest in gru Useful Christmas proants at The Motgoifry Ball Club hold a meeting lat Friday night elected orMecrs and made arrangements to Hive a hop Ju 1 t llichanl mi was elected President of t...

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 December 1891

B Itl C ee advocate US A MASON Proprietors JIXG lIBgDAY DEC 22 1601 VOK FKK8IDKXT VER CLEVELAND X Xew Tork J OR lJtEStDEHT IJOHN O CARLISLE Ot Virginia LcgSslaturo re elected jr Danlel without opposition b imports or gold at New York January 1 amount to 30143- land of silrer f 2592503 United States cruiser Baltimore conte at Caliao Peru Wednesday lo San Francisco All on aro well rEnglish steamer rinco Solty font down off the coast of Brest ay and but ono of a crew of was saved volcano of Colima in Mexico itn in eruption accompanied urthquako shocks and great has icsulted r Sherman introduced a bill Irago tho display of American ra ll t1iriiit 1in nnnMnrmna uuiui wv vuu it o iral to sell them at cost all the la go brpkerago firms fork predict highor prices for bonds This howover is ithat tho prediction will come ing to the ew York World Bt lost fully 2000000 by the luro JNobody seems to do ell what has become of the ties etc State Department announces ipletion of tho convention with ...

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. — 22 December 1891

ff O rc 5ft IV- it w rt ft -v U- iSr V o - jkt THE ADVOCATE ARM AND FARMER Tlibtrqpthat was overloaded must W manured Carolina planters report a Miort crop of rlco The scarlet sago is iisciul iu orna mental gardening Th bush honcy sucklc is ono of tile most useful of sin ubs Systematic pruning is essential to the production of perfect currant- AVhv travel over ono hundred acre to get what can just as well be secured on fifty i Many growers say that a yearling grapcyino is the best as a rule for letting Do not dig the celerv whun It s frosted but wait untilit has thawed out and is dry A - A correspondent tells that jnince cuttings especially ot the older wood grow readily A clean sandy loam of medium fertility is the right sortiu which to grow onhui pets Fine ground bone ucd as a frtilicr i worth twice v much as is the coarse ground bone The export value of corn for Octo her 1891 was G3 cents per hii hel in October 1890 it was 559 cent The old Hue system of heating greeii houses has ...

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 December 1891

f A K fe APCATE wmT Ileft OvKbe ii itira H AD SCISSORS erkaniyBidan in an blBied in tho Ttledical Kecord a round fully onc halfof tho utiro Lasnntra wmdnir tu steam- f mX fr thisWnitry physically unsound jfc party f atrfateot Ii lliuis out in think nt a weddlnor and instucd on Vlssimr llin bride in tho nidstof tlioccrcnioiiy A ireo light tho rcsuA aml ono man was MTorsiaondiiGver buvs a loaf of- i 4 L A ii ortfa otu payativo cents ior a sncei la Una sheet issd thin that It can Do wu over tno uiouiucr 01 mo man ills it in thdgtrcot and who car- - ai a tailor vould his cloth Jowl rish Tidmgs gays that tho il Introduction of Sunday tho Jewish femnlcs of America mid to comcmd that any at- to force tho Jewish people to id services on Saturday will bo J Lmelia Mongreari of Now Bedford was arrested lately on com- -of her father charged with rnness She hoard that she i bo arrc3ted and took her lover Drew to the City Clerks hnd thoy were married The i w8 not pressed M pair of enterprising yo...

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 December 1891

L f i 1 6 THE ADVOCATE NEWS OF THE WEEK Firo destroyed 2500O0 worth of business property at Florence Ala Now York is beginning to show Its faith In stocks by its works There has been a steady advance for somo days The Versailles Clarion owned by Capt Wm Henry has been purchas ed by Tobias Gibson Esq who will be its editor and publisher Tho Prcsidont on Thursday sent to tho Senats tho name of Stephen 13 Elkins of West Virginia to bo Secre tary of War vice Iledfield rroctor re signed The Prcsidont of tho Muncie Ind glass works Wednesday discharged three blowers without giving reason as demanded by tho Blowers Union and a strike resulted throwing 200 persons out of work An attempt was mado in the bank of Herrmann Co Berlin to ropeat tho RussollSago bomb throwing dis aster but tho banker called for help and tho would be dynamiter ran was caught and relieved of his explosives The alarming increaso of leprosy on tho Isthmus of Panama has led to an animated discussion in tho newspa pers Th...

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 December 1891

-3 m MtVOCATE STOCK -AND CROP H Clay as agdnt for owners Saturday G8 fcrea of land on kn pike rrt of 10 Sam farm to Judge Lowis C46Q per aero j Bu01ilko shjjipcJd on irrloadof cattlo to uucinnau It them from 2 to 2 conts a A Thompson sold to llatliff Iwidgo 15 to 20 tons of A 1 rirom stack at 11 per ton fe i ro ouTCan buy a corn snoiioi lor uuc W Heed 20 it CORRESPONDENCE Sharpsburff Items public square I now has a streot it each corner pes Lizzie and Jcssio Peed of county aro guests of relatives fc ormal Bible class has boon or- ffhere with a good T II Wood will leave this in a visit to relatives at E llary Ilill has re turned from a Kfks visit to relatives at Cynthiana i Sharp who has been lical collego at Louisville is the holidays f Waller Sharp and little Lnna Jefferson have returned La visit to Cincinnati burning question of tho hour iv young men is what shall I ifor a Christmas present limber of our citizens aro With fa grippe in somo iole families boing prostrated Mary Turne...

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. — 22 December 1891

F tY wSf BVEi Wt Jsv THE ADVOCATE DEAD IN THE DESERT A CIiniSTMAS STOJVT BY AURED R CAI ItOUN tCopyright 1E01 by American Press Associa tion ioKrffii fvf f T WAS the 24th of Do 4111b or 1870lwa8ittthnt time iu charge of a division of en giuecra wlio were muling iv sur dy of tho Mojavo deaert from tho Needles on the Great Colorado to Los Angeles on the Pacific for it month the- officers and men had been eagerly looking forward to spending tho Christinas holi days in the beautiful town of San Ber nardino on the other side- of jtlxo Sierras On tho 23d the wagons pack wuhS and all tho men excepting three who remained back to complete some work with jhytelf crossed the rnngo that eparutiH tho ilojavo pronounced desert from tho flowering and fruitful paradise of southern California For six weeks wo had been working in the desert running lirtes taking tlovatiqns and plotting our work at night by tho smoky light of dried creosote and sapless sago brush At times wo were sixty miles from tho ...

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. — 26 January 1892

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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. — 26 January 1892

iHHnii rf w f x in www Trim bLeBroJs Wholesale Groce flB f f Pm b for 13 acres of tobacco on kd within two miles of tho Iiub to sun tno purcnascr liation apply at this office m in this section arc busily In preparing for largo crops Irt and cheapest stock of sets of any house in tho city Ed Mitchell jopcrty purchased by James if It E Frisby iB occupied by jy as a grocery store and not Frisbio as horotoforo an- For Sale Bed room sotsiat Awe i half price at Cassidys 1st Thursday at Jeflersonville Isor officiating John F Leach Ifeo county was married to lartha Catkins Jio Now YorK sportsman Mai devoted exclusively to turf scding interests It is tho only Ivo turf paper published in New City and is read by more horse- breeders owners and trainers any other paper puDiisncu on Mitinent Sena lor a sample it will cost you nothing Ad- tfj 0 UKixfcKHiLL Mangr i 40 Murray St Now York 1 1 Wills tho young man who it stand on Maysvillo street bide of J B Whites cutcd a room from Adam Tmcrly occupi...

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. — 26 January 1892

a - tftf a THE advocate i HARRIS MASON Proprietors HI SXEtlLIXO TUESDAY JAN 23 1W2 1 3ROVEn Ot Now York FOIl YICB JOHN a A MtESjDENT CLEVELAND 01 Kentucky PRESIDENT CARLISLE Hugh Gaines a prominent youiig irian and City Treasurer Of Frankfort lis mlaainp lie is said to bo siiort in iTa accounts somb 1000 Only an- wMior instanco of trying to make a 500 noomocovor 150Q of living oxpen sesi His Tjondsincu aro amply good lithasliorlago 3B Lr i irrt niu it tt iff U1U J AUli JOUli lutliUltipiuiu ail ult to the pcoplo of CharlostonjSC i the shape of tho appointment ofW f - 4 i urn to a negro 10 uc posunasicr oi hafroity Tho price to bo paid to bo the vote of tho State delegation to tho Convention at Minneapolis whicu it is said the uegro can control There is a strong protcstto go up from tho business men of tho city against such an outrage li T Tho National Democratic Conven tion that will name tho next Presi dent of tho United States is to meet Bi Chicago June 21st next This was settled 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. — 26 January 1892

r c THE ADVQMl jWK PKWra F In Clovi -all riving cocking olara a courso In sons public uchootfl aro j1 urrfeinr ymorican1 florists sldlorth ofllbwera last r WWII J k K U iiijr llio Ijtsfr year 104 persons Vo arrested m Now Sfork city for xtenipthig Bulolde A mcoliauical letter etrunpor worked by electricity is being tested at the postoflteo in lYasiringtou There nrs roportcd to be 20000 tinnadiaua who aro drawing pensions from ho United States Government The population of the world ac cording to the rccont calculations of 3f Vernon is estimated at ld00 000000 A lino of steamships is about to outir into a contract to carry the mails between England and Canada in five days One widow o a revolutionary soldier and seventeen survivors of the war of 1812 drav pensions at the 3etroi office Xi Is enconraging to know that the number of marriages ih Boston durinjr pa8 year 5w au excess of the inctcuing year An English social economist de- Clares that old age is a more important clcmont among 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. — 26 January 1892

F j y O U t i l V f L 1 ffHWff y s O Ctf s ii A Ill kpaifi rv J t THE ADY OCATE Theitftked Plain ofTeXa The geological mystery of Toxaef 1b till TlftllO KsiarBrln ni RtnkmT Plain P vlt lies south of tho Canadian and cast lf tho Pocos and west of tho 101st mo- rdlau la uurfaco features Prof Jlill says the norihwoslorn half of this Ijlaiu is similar to tho plains of Colo rado Kansas and northward But thorn is this difference Instead of ex tending to tho ltocky Mountains on tho west or imperceptibly grading in to IllO lfiYnl nl tlin nnelniii nvnnu U la Vunouudcd on ovory side except a owmiles at its southeast corner by a moro or less prccipitato escarpment of erosion resembling palisade This isolates it from ho surrounding re gion except tho Edwards plateau which is its southwestern connection already mentioned Tho Staked Plain is there a great steep sided island in art ocean of land This elevated surfuco embraces 50000 square miles Tho geographical tra dition was that tho Spaniards ga...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 26 January 1892

u v 1 1 j V V f r 1Z A -- 6 V J 7 hVumtf r i 7 A- 1 a gfTTasTl -4 r ua x v AStav jh t xspHU J fcijr - m w THE ADVOCATE NEW OF THE WEEK Acaile botwcon Florida and tho UahamaJilands was opened Eriday Pathol Andcjlcdy Qcnowal of tho Order of Jesuits is dead at Koine tAGftizonsIiaw and Order League has been organized at Lexington ThojScnato confirmed tlio appoint- TOCJic oi uapt xai J anoy to be post- fttsfor atPaducab Thursday Tho suit at Ritssollville Edmonson against L N Railroad for 25000 has been decided by giving the plain tiff 17500 Jl Darlinghouso was assaulted by foot pads in Louisville and relieved of qiiito an amount of money and a linogdldAvatch Ex Cougressman A S Willis of Louisvillchad 1500 worth of dia monds stolen Tho thieves overlooked a casket containing 0000 worth of diamonds The A S Willis diamonds have been returned to that gentleman Thoy were found on tho doorstop of his home in Louisville Of tho now cotton crop for the first lii days of tho season onding last Frid...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 26 January 1892

-v p i it l 7 ITHE ADV0GATE HORSE AND TRACK i 4 TTso an oasy bit op the colt J r Axtell is limited to 35 marcs next ieaeon Tho earning capacity of tho trotter is being incroascd very rapidly The gamest trottor in tho world will stop when not in condition Tlio Balarios of trotting horso drivers arc going up very rapidly Rest makes fat exerciso makes mus t cle What wo want in tho horso is muscle ircct 206 and Director 217 will vc at Lexington in a few days oy wilt bo kept at Castleton Tho valuo of the trotting colt now depends on how much ho can earn its now Bimply a business proposition Breed to gaits A pure gaited trot ter is iriucli moro liable to siro extreme speed than a badly gaited animal Of all tho stallions in tho 215 list Amu is tho only ono that does not carry Ilambletonian blood Ono hundred and four trotters from Highland Farm were sold in Now York last week by Kellogg Co for 984G5 an average of 941 per head uMpro than a dozen of tho marcs booked to Direct this season aro ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 26 January 1892

R4j t h I I jK il Br 1 vS V ti i i 1 P u t V H i rtWrrt r i M TC - UW4JH fffijOgjagBK M clJ y 1 4 r JMSsr lliiilrrir I 7 ANcath Inside J l Sl iO w M Wni wv w wT3STsi Ghosts of a boricd past liidaU It ffic il 1 i JQBSHBSkfr Deadhead all hot u onetitet pays Shod en oC tho fares that often It carried Kro the rinys of the ImmmlU Spectral oVins of thoaljhw who tarried Armed lo rltlo ilefen4lw mails Broken now Is tho brake that grated On tho wheels vi pvh tfao way vnu steep Oouo aretho Btoeda kft dcely jnalcd NJahtmnrco nofA tito land if sleep on8urefeontk tWJkillful driver v Wlerit now latVVcWir horn Stands ltlhcrv to aTfertpHrvlvor Wrecked dlmattiM awdfcU forlorn 1 earn ago irrn dewivai Mut must r FralhjHpluswfev winters blast Chaltw oiinlHit nowlth old aco rusty jftLlnk toMt tine dya long past u listening oe nowiiiarrca uy scratches unno iaino Rrtrsn u ano umq woro Avhlto ahlnnor a broken lntch Is au uiai remains now or u uoor Many ft Ions forgotten story Tild of tcmot that It moved an...

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. — 2 February 1892

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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. — 2 February 1892

f rkmiirii r i MrT j VV f i firagfll ffi I - k mm LsffiM w ft xSuS i A imXminm VII v - lit Ttm r - K l afo ri k t X tnt trj f - HK M W l - Br li ffi w Jr -MS I SfirT f f i jj5 r nr jf S 1 31 T On court day night nine w iudow lights and ono sash were broken out of tho Zion Methodist church located on tho Owingsvillo pike Bincc which time officers have been vigilant in endeavor to bring tho guilty parties to punishment and on last Wednesday John and Wiley Owens and Minnie Frost were brought before his honor Judge Groves of tho city court but on account of the absence of Amanda Payne prosecuting witness tho pros ecution failed to make out a case and defendants were discharged While on this subject we would remind other offenders thoso parties who are continually breaking electric light globc3 that they are being closely watched and beforo they know it will bo in trouble On another page will be seen an advertisement of T F Bogers one of our leading clothing dealers who will soon retire ...

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