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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 16 February 1892

i i 2 W H i I - k r o jur customer as wo have been in ig past Byt our debts have to bo ayand wo doit jnow wo wouldmdly ask every one wno reads thiau ho or she has paid their account hlch is past duo Wo oiild also kindly ask everyone to roiyomber that all accounts are duo tho lit of each month We adopted theash and thirty day business in dMd earnest meaning it not only for Dick Tom aud Harry but for one without exception Trusting r you Will uccu our appeal uu iu 15 most respectfully it M v T K Barnes February fatli 1892 27 2t For galo or trado 450 acres of coal and timber laud in Morgan county uqciiiiro at this office Ji JlI R Prowitt has been elected vico President of Farmers Mer chants Bank Hill City Kansas This is a prominent and responsible place J Stop by stop Mr Prowitt ono of our UJyO IIUO XIOUI1 m jiuoiiivih mviv will win and wo rejoico with him in his prosperity Itight of way has been secured to build an electric railway between Afihland aud Catlettsburg JohnW Jones has rent...

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. — 16 February 1892

f jflBHraiw3inw MKM33ttxatfb jw WfCUWftMW jvwnai a 4 KB raa w 3 v M V ft tMr KKVandKKtH Tv JIL I rf 1 t - x M f CErcnayumiwifcft M mw mi i v j iintiviwurti umuiaiijbw -THE ADVOCATE THE 9th DISTRICT CONVENTION e E ii - nw l u Moots at Owlngovlllo Iu pursuance to call of Slato Prosi ly clenr T T Gardner there was cou nt vcticd a of the F k 1 U ior Voho Ninth Congressional District of i Kentucky at Owingf villc February 3 J92 Tho meeting was called to 1rdcr by J S Ball Pjcyidcnt of the jbikti let Qn motion it was ordered that the dnoct meeting for this District bo held hi -it T I i 1- a uiiiijjusia jriiuuvn cuuiiiy ivy iNhJV rPllrt IVlllrllvitlcr llYilitltrtlHa iiiln n7nnfnl iUyacdniimtion us delegates to ViMliit this District at the Labor oncu lo bo held at St Loni Febiuary SS MM V Y Thonipsou ilnsou tioir nrtr1rfT TlnH t flf ntiwi fr cOuntj together with Chas Payne of LrtwVenco county andNoblo Stair- of Bracken county as alternates The following resolutions avoid in troduced and afte...

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. — 23 February 1892

U i t h wan W w V aSasw 5tAJT3WiiPii fc r vt3 1 ess Ff 1 t ft ft 4 t i o wpT7r VOU II i rB MT J 3 t 5 a September and March t niTitiTVllTV COURT Jcbqk Lewis Appebson presidlnK Tuesday af ter Third Monday in January April July and October COUNTY COUKT Third Monday ol each month MT BTKttLIKO CITY caUBT OIVII BgANOn Judqe Jahes y Groves presiding First Sat xirday Iu each month t y r K3S1 Professional W King Z OUBTIVJ TjU D L PROCTOlt m JAIINETT ii Attorney-at-Law WIU practice in the Courts of Kentucky h CLYDE NELSON Attorney-at-Law BharpsDurg ivy Will practice in the courts of Bath and sur rounding counties - CHAS BDUKBSON DK rhjeiclan and Surgeon Mt Sterling Ky f r OfBee Main St over Yoris A Claytons store V Rclidcc corner of Clay and Maysvillo streets FORD of Mt Sterling Ky SKING Represents JUDGE AMOS DAVIS WITH WHOLESALE CLOTHIEnS CINOIMKATI O ii h - AIIAZELBIGG Office Court Street Mt Sterling Ky l t Manufacturers of CLOTHINO juuuuij Cincinnati O - MiB Tyler - LOWlsppereoo mYLElt A ...

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. — 23 February 1892

i 411 i M frv OB K t 8 ft 1SV JKkl t rv wV - M x w ft m - JpTHE ADVOCATK HARRIS MASON Proprietors MT STEttlilKG TUESDAY FEU S3 1802 The Buslhoss Outlook 4H GiJJUn Companys Weekly Review of Trade Bays Tho business situation is not quito so satisfactory or encouraging as it has been While there has been a gradual increase in the distribution of many lines of mer chandise thera is Bhrinkagoin demaud andmuch depression in iron Further decline in cotton blights tho hopes of a revival in Southern trade and specu lation stimulated by cheap money and by a great success of coal speculation now extends to wheat and threatens to restrict export Notwithstanding the fact that exports of wheat have been diminishing and for four days of tho past week been only 300000 bushels from tho Atlantic ports while Western receipts continue largo Speculations at Chicago lifted tho price 6 cents during the week and sales hero have been 57000000 bush fels An advanco from any cause which cuts off exports of bre...

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. — 23 February 1892

IJ t i jf i w J I is ift JJ 10 THE ADVOCATE HORSE AND TRACK Blue Grass Park Winchester Ky MtsgrsTJeun Ilotrlott In 1889 do tormiricd to establish u stock farm for tho purpoeo of breeding aud develop ing trotters Thoy have built a lino throe quarter mile track on tho farm and are as well equipped for tho busi ness as any farm in tho country In purchasing aBtalIion thoy selected Algeria Wilkes slro of Hussar 221 and Jessio Wilkes 2 29 a horso bred in tho purplo and a good individual lie was sired by Alcyone 2 27 that great son of Geo Wilkes and the noted biood maro Alma Mator tho damoffivr inthe list including thc great Alcantara for whom 60000 has been offered Algerias dam Gossip dam of Don Wilkes 2 24 is by Tat tler onoof tho best sous of Pilot jr 12 A horso whoso name is great wherever trotters aro lanown His second dam is tho grand old maro Jessie Poppor dam of Iona 217 Alpha 2 23 and fivo producing daughters and oho of tho best daughters of Mambrino Chief whoso blood is puro gold...

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. — 23 February 1892

U EL 51 4 r 1 1 Uilb l pr v WKKSSKBMS ww yjMWf i TffijTCf BMrajr fsmp t t s If- f THE ADVOCATE A f THE STATES JLJie real namo ot uonnccticut is It is a Mohegan wor and means Long River Now York was so named as a coi plimcut to the Duke of York who brother Charles II granted him th territory New Jersey was named f Sir George Carter who was at tl time Governor of tho Island of Jersd in the British Channel Pennsylvania as is generally known takes its namo from William Pcun tl sylvauia part of it means woods Literally it is Perms Woods Delaware derives its name from Thomas West Lord do la Ware Maryland was named in honor of Henrietta Maria Queen of Charles I Virginia got its name from Queen Elizabeth the Virgin Queen The Carolines are named for Charles Carol us II Florjda gels its name from Kauunas do Flores or Feast of the Flowers Alabama comes from a Greek word and signifies Land of Rest Louisiana was named in honor of Louis XVI Mississippi is a Natchez word and means Father of Waters...

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. — 23 February 1892

NP K 0 wr A Ouanuk of Food Tt often payo to cxnjiluout a little with loot when Tjr isf r V X Ttf9TimU THE ADVOCATE FARM AND FARMER the miuter of milkj nt M Jco ami see if our ulcus of what u wfj should bar 1 In harmonyiwith what she in hpr y1m1oihj tells ud is bct A caso in puuit with our own dali v illustrates the Vuyortenco of conferring with tho cow in tho matter of feed ur dairy wtiitf tfiiitf fine silage rort and cob mtttl one third and two thirds giouud together ior a giain ration Tl r was not such a Kpponso in jnhk us wo could wish and so tho rau a as changed by advjiug a half nriti middliugs best braii so to mako ilie same number of nounds fed ctailji Tho cliango was niado at the very beginning of tho late severe stoi m and cold wcathor and in iivo days thf average increase of milk per head was 4 poundB nearly six cents worth of milk additional to each cow Tlo iucieaso was a surpiise as wo had supposed that oats were an ideal food for milk and wero congratula ting ourselves ...

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. — 23 February 1892

m 4 c i J If P j 1 mi I M Mt Hon U T IT1 VWf Jf THE ADVQCATE GENERAL NEWS Vesuvius is In a state of Now Orleans was visited by a 2000000 fire on tho night of tho 17th instant A second Congress of Chambers of Commorco of tho British Empire will bo hold in London in June Tho Popo hopes to bo buried in the Latoran by tho side of Innocent III whoso tomb ho has just finished thero Mail matter can bo sont from Paris to Berliu now in pneumatic tubes It takes 35 minutes for a package to go from ono city to the other Tho largo spot recently formed on tho sun has broken into about twenty smaller spots and others have formed at a great distance from these Heading Eng is known as Biscuit opolis because of tho location there of Gcorgo Palmers big biscuit factory in which 5000 people are employed Franco and Germany aro covered with snow to a depth as to put a stop to all railroad traffic and tho suffering among tho poor class is intense Recently betweon Tewkesbury and Cheltenham in thrco minutes ...

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. — 23 February 1892

w B 3 IM Q Trimble Bros Wholesale Grocers 1 Cvnthlana Is considering tho propo sition of putting in water works Hwvn Tfisnirooks of Scott county iiaBBOld Blnco the 25th of December lastT80 worth of eggs 1 Robt E Drake Syracuse N Y at torney of Thomson Houston Electric Co was in tho city last week Tho Company has decided to increase their plant and will begin work in a few days Thos Honakor and Ada Coyle fr daughter of D T Gault wore married Tuesday evening They stolo a march on their friends oven their relations woro kept in tho dark as to their in- tontion Owingsvillo Opinion Henry Wills is located in tho Baum J block ftp 17 East Main street and fhas a nice stock of fruits and confec tioneries Ho also has a restaurant attached and and ono can get a meal at any time i f Geo W Castle Deputy U S Mar- shal went to Louisville from Carter county last week with 10 prisoners violators of rovenuo lawB Ono he had to leave behind Bob Baker es caped from Grayson Ho was charged - 9 9 9 If - - a...

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. — 23 February 1892

V ft JSAi w HB U1 rft M AM WW rltt fca m f 2K a W -T HE ADVOGATE A Study In Synonyms I was asVcd by my swecthtart to mtarle to budge To cut sticks to make tracks and to tramp To evaporate paddle stcdudle and trudge ft- To vamoose disappear and decamp tHH fifi I was fiercely requested tko double to tip 1 nnd tho twig in n twinkling to hop And to gallop my rags and my cablo to slip To nbbcoud and to vanish kerflop I was ordered to slope and to seek a fresh lodgo - Toavant topacktipand to start To absquatulate squnttle proambulate dodge To diverge deliquesce and depart ii was begged to make beef and to spccl and to Amputate my mahoganies slick And to leg It nnd hook It and stop It and fly WW Yea to pike sling and trot double qnlck lwas pressed to embark to weigh anchor to glide To withdraw to move forward to flit To ascend Walkers bus Shanks pony to ride To aroynt me to qui t nnd to git ilVaS bidden V clear iind to sheer and to steer 1 put I answered with heart boating low Ill do nothi...

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 March 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. — 8 March 1892

HHI A n hWttac f itJB SH THE AOTCATt HARRIS it MASON Proprietors MT STKttMNG TUESDAY MVUCII 8 1802 Congressman kondall Stricken With Apoplexy A snooial from Washington brincrs I UlO HUll lmOlllgUllCU 111HI ljMJglUtglllUll 7 W Konditlt Buffered a Btroko of apoplexy t 4 oclock ycstcwlay morn ing Tho Jatcst news from Jib bed side suys ho haB been uncdnooious for hours andiunlcss relief should come iua short time there vtouiibo 110 hopo of his recovery Tho McCain tobacco bill pawed tho Sonato Tluueday by a vote of to nothing - Elkton Todd eouniy hus been de cided upon as tho location for the peo posed Vandcrbilt Training School A joint session of tho Senate and IIouso of the General Assembly will bo held to morrow for the election of a J3tato Librarian Tho Kentucky LegibUtute has joined tho procession and invited Senator David B Ilill to address it when it may suit his convenience Gen Lew Wallace declines to go as a delegate to the Minneapolis Conven tion Qo gives as his reason that 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. — 8 March 1892

ft Kl Si - a kf a- vr 1X n i h6 x - v THE ADVOCATE GENERAL NEWS Tha Georgia and North Carolina State Democratic Convention will b held May 18 The Cdldwater Bank at Coldwator Mich wie robbed of 20000 br burg lars who blow opcntho vault Thurs day night Bounty on sugar to tho amount of 2952020 Iihb beon paid for tho past 8 a ions crop Of this sum citizens of Louisiana rccoivo 2530917 Tho Rhode Island Democratic con vention Wednesday selected delegates to tho Nutional convention and in structed Ihcm for Mr Cleveland Near Thomasville 111 Josoph Jackson killed John Crouch for re fusing to marry bis Jacksons daugh ter whom ho was accused of ruining During tho - week ended Friday night horo were 240 commercial fail ures throughout tho United States Thowcokboforo thoro were 270 arid the corresponding week lastyoar there wore 265 - JAY Collins President of the de funct California National Bank com mitted suicide attho Hotel Brewster San Francisco Thursday Ho was under arrest charged with tho ...

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 March 1892

w i it Ml mot take fron -- S a 1 my MS- fruit tvSkv a m i u ifa 1 i eonii w 23 mwj m r tlioIrlKif Id mti r r toj B9Cki4iii fcrtMim im wiWa m THgWCE PEMAND SCISSORS - Tho proporiioa o maloto ill 11 U V lAl air to be clutched by t lie iiivLsibh hands of tho ghosts of money lenders Among the great number of relic of antique people which arc found in the excavations at dillerunt Iucalitio in Italy two have eiliap especial human Onoof these a frag ment of a tablet diM overed in couroc of building the now Savings Bank ai Baveuua relates to a soldier belong ing 1o the trireme Xeptune Tin other is a leaden tablet with an Etrus can inscription recording the names ot eight men and two women who ac cording to theory may have belonged cither to a sort of burial associalion or have been together at a banquet in honor of the dead The Lvnn Item says the way inter est counts up is illii trated by a bank account at Ncwburyport In 1820 when the bank was opened there a person deposited ifO No more de ...

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 March 1892

2 P ft i v - i it V V JV Vj ft J V lr1V ft lYf4if ttAf1 H SLyny Vu- A writer sayn thoro is no reason thy slop should b6 raado sour boforo Feeding it to pigs 1 A fttr nnimaln it is reasonable to suppouo that thoy jfebould have tfcleanjand full supply i In sowing grass ated uso plenty of seed out a It is more economical to pay little for sddd than to have patches of wceda over tho meadows or pastures Tho air that is breathed as welt as tho food and water consumed flavors tho product Practically it makes no diiibrenco wliothor your butter is spoiled by ferments or microbes A sash6ot in tho voof of tho hen house will let in as much light as twico as much glass in tho eido It will also cool the house more quickly unless closed with a tight shutter at night Prof Lazonby of the Ohio Station is of tho opinion that ha perfect apple will bo seedless and dtirelcsn It takes as much miuoral elomonts to grow onopound pounds of flesh Tho English law requires that a man who poddies milk shall keep ...

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 March 1892

i J THE i i M Near Hopkinsytlle G II Andoraon ytp ruHroVef and tilled by train John Gaines a promlnont citizon of Hopklnsvllle has bcou blinded by tho grippo At Plriovillo Frank Martin -was ecutonced to tho penitentiary for life for tho murdorof William Brooks Hb is only sixteen E R Cannon a Louisville drummer foil dead from heart disease while walking with a friend on Jefferson trcot Thursday night The plumbers of Covington havo domandod that their days work be reduced from ton to eight hours and that their pay bo increased from 250 a day to 350 and 4 Owensboro celebrated Mardi Gras with a general turnout of brass bands which were followed by a long cara van of merry maskers Vengeance is mine William Williamson who shot his neighbor a -few monts ago at Nowport died from apoplexy on tho 2nd infant Tho House Prison Committee will 3iot recommend legislative action in regard to tho recent removal of War den Bolan from tho Frankfort prison Tho Paducah Standard expresses tho opinion that...

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 March 1892

I drug tone some 75 w JV -- vrijr tracts foe ovor 100000 wotIIi of buildings have already been Jotanda great mmnymoro are in Winchester Sun aiA tofeecco barn belongigito Gco jw Mayou his farm on tlie Kittdville ijnko wfcburncd Wcdncsdaymorning There was nothing in the foam but some forming implements Cause jiiot knupwn Insured for 450 flawi Georffc fc o Sterling is building a f Mt etountboat to ply between Farmers and West J Lib crty iTho boat is 90 feet rtongQO feet wideand will cost 2000 iond will be tlio tfirsf to plow the waters -of the Upper i Licking Winchester Demo crat Okearlcs Wigginton thoyouugest of tho Wiggintons confiaod in our jail VjUndor sentence of life imprisonment Tor 4ho poisoning -of Win Ferguson JmdK C Watts diofi -on Wednesday Spmo tlmo Binco heliadilagnppo and tiis was followed by pneumonia Tho CoTuyt of Appeals roaontly afllrmed two sentence of tho lonvor court Mass Rebecca Suiibkhasiibcon om jlovd to teach the school at iWades UKl VltUh CUUUl 3J11U UUgtU W1...

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 March 1892

v F V - ilTiMlillMlMMMWlMiMMMBllllhMiMlllBllMlWWMIPillWlliHIIMiMh i I II WBiahiWAbtSii WW j v i Vnri wMrriiiMihiil fffHIWffTMi IF it PWWWHlHBf7 vrT iiicBP liru1 V V i - alwMffwMllWl1 C s l js W f THE ADVOCATE s f A A Boss Llo Tho accompanying story is some what gauzy but an Italian journal nevertheless vouches for its authen ticity Some months ago when fresh specimens of bivalves woro put into tho tauk thero was discovered one clam -with singular bluo stripes on tho shell donotiuff a now variety It is ytho liablt of tho attendant whilo feed ing the occupants of tho tank to talk or sing to them as if they were sus coptiblo hoings After a time ho noticed that tho blue shell clam showed qvidcuco of his presenco by a vibratory motion and a snapping to1 Vgdther of its shell which ceased tho -instant that ho lctt tho tank Judge of his surprise when having been de layed in his daily duties of fording-hit-charges ho noticed that the bluo clam hrul shifted it position to be nearer tho sido f...

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 March 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. — 15 March 1892

U i fe va r ujjk I t i 11 1 1 ffrf v iiHi iiy j Vf vMiyh ku nm isA ltt Ir a M i v w an you didnt seem so X7Sfrti3tfKy urtuuBO We hawo btiti slightauaintanco and some f Of them aro almost totally ankuovvnlo J us WithoutSdOiibt some among thorn good men There arc others whom the poqplc aro urging1 to make this race ana vwho arc loatu to pui forward any dUiinsthey may have on tho people of tjltQidistrict Among th latter class is oun fellow townsman Hon C R Brooks a man in every way fitted to tfdlnthe vacant place Young brilliaiitauUvofull of energy in keen touch vwith i tJic people and their wants a llawyicrof ability and a man of indusitiy ifull of health and JphyBical vigor vWokknow of no man in tho district wflicsoifuUy meets the iXcquiroments for ithtypaiUiou he is a Deaiooratrwho has made itho principles and practices of tho party his study all ihisiiifa long Yet in the face of Uie fact that Jus friends here and elsowhcrc arc bringing all the pressure possible to boar on him to au...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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