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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 15 March 1892

t v ft 5 jf swrneutn T I i IV KU THE truth will j J - cv ADVOCATE HORSE AND J Pivo trotters are expected td beat 208 this year Every stall at jtho Lexington fair ground is occupied by aUrottev Allortou jrill spond tho balance of his lifo at Independence r i Marvin has purchased a 12000 ijcsiclonco at MeadvllloPa Fourteen of Nutwoods got have sold this year for 2J980 an average of 3070 - i fl Every man -who is breeding trotters xpects some time to raisyVphii nomenon Decrying tho merits of your nelgli bora animals will not build up the reputation of your own A Bister to DIroct will do bred to Stamboul this year She is owned by Joseph Outhwaito olClcvoland -1 A bay colt has been foaled -at Palo Alto by the great colt Advertiser 2 16 out of Waxaua dam of Sunol A great horso is like a great man IIo will mako opportunities in spito of circumstances and t make i himself famous Thero are only two sons of Hamfo tonlan 10 that rank above Aberdeen as sire of speed Thoy aro Election eer and Geo...

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 March 1892

1 mmmrntmmaarmtmmmmmmmnmmmgmammm l IV- is I 1 i 4 THE ADVOCATE N 4V1 it e WT v Things Told by Others Tho Spirit of tho Farm sayQ Ihat the XiOghoniB stand far above all other breeds in tho ogg producing class Texas Farm and Itanch says a crop of corn can bo grown and converted into bacon and lard in from eight to ten months tipon good soil nitrate of soda gave good results in Tomato culturo at Cor nell at tho Now Jcrsoy station and at Jthp Maryland Btation Tho Mark Lauo Express says that tho cwo and tho lamb both require ihay good hay It is almost impossi ble to fatten lambs without good hay Some dsparagus growers claim that an improvement of 50 per cent can be mado in tho asparagus bed by se lecting two-year-old plants that bear no seed These are males and tho shoots from them will bo earlier and larger Talk From a Horse Dont ask mo to back with blinds on I am afraid to Dont lend mo to some blockhead that has less sense than I have Dont think because I am a horse that iron weeds and...

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 March 1892

law wnm 1 THE ADVOCATE V - - 1w t Money lnSheep -- An oxnorionccd Wisconsin woman lolls what sho knows about the profits as follows in tho Now York World faking ouo with another uiieop usbandry is as profitable as any 1thor branch of farming Moro i LVidual animals die but they never dlo n debt for meir Keeping The pelt or tho pulled wool helps mako good tho loss qt tho animal With tho incrcaso in way of lambs and tho price of tho fleece a sheep iin in trnlfin nvnrvvearEven whqn tho prico of ool is shamefully ibW W1 f m i M 1 fWtnero is proiu iu auwn i Small flocks arc comparatively tvurco of rovenuo ntlnrr more nrdfliablo than Jargo ifcs The fleece jar feavlr iiflaps because tlieyct closer aftontlon Aan n TinRRlblo with eroator numbora Sheep also improvf tho condition of Ifflie land on which thoy aro kept m rSnnrtB thimdoYiJum cattle cpr colts m - -- v but tfcey arc moro agrecaDio 10 nauuitr Lilian moat other kihds of stock If ftboy aro fairly credited with what ro ilrns thoy bring ...

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 March 1892

KT r 1 V arriav k Fh b Ms vi v s Wf A 4- fc i 4 I fii V1 Mr mv a1 Ifr tM if - M BM BilPWi Bik P He1 - KMfy i HUP HP frit tja TM ADVOGATE GENERAL NEWS Xflio much talked of commercial treaty uctweon tno unitcu atates aim franco has been effected Tho Worlds Fair Commission for Idaho has made arrangements to ox- liijjit a herd of oik at Chicago in 1893 George B Duncan Sons glass plaut at Pittsburg -was destroyed by fire Loss 250000 insurance 105- 000 At Lincoln Nob Acting Police Judgo Borgelet was shot by Charles Warnor whom ho had fined in court a low days before 1 John Fulford was killed in cr Texas while resisting arrest for at tempting to murder William Brook crson Brookcrson will recover Ex Roprcsentative JudsoH C Clem ents of Georgia lias been appointed Interstate Commerce Commissioner to fill tho place declined by Judgo - ABelgian nowspapof states that tho United States Government recently offorcd to buy tho Cono Free State but that tho offer wa9 rejected by tho King A resolution...

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. — 15 March 1892

4- Is w f Lt4 A - tk iMMfMW Rl iVIBLE BfH MS1 STBEOWG KY TOE ADVQUATE JMosAay next will be Gatinty Court on Picas Court -will convene iday v i ii iq Circuit Court Is in scssioh lburg For splendid office apply at tli Tylor Jfcpporson building Ji Sooijffe and HamiltonOldflclds leaf tfcocosmty about two weeks ago and il RJCCOX 310 Mt Sterling Ky i XA CPMt ofllco haft becnfestablished at AaroM Run this couafy and JamcsS ff Cayvrood has been naadopostmasK ier Rob Eagan of Stepstonshas moved I to Spencer station- He has rented tlws Alien McCormick faom and will eiwage it farming t Ejo Wigginton and hie eon Frank werolakoa to Frankfort Wednesday to eervo their life sentences for the poisoning ofWm Ferguson and B t have in my hands for sale cheap 20 shares siock in Mt Sterling Na tional Bank Call on or address H K Bright There is not a vacant dwelling in tho city It would be a paying in vestment for same of our enterprising capitalists to invest pluKcash in raoderate JK some of their sized ...

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 March 1892

m v in k W ft j yjr A a fL AlNoted Steamboatetsxn Dead Capt Timothy Mcahecva vcnorabto rfitcaraboatman is dead t Mobile Ala- ingcd Eovonty ttioo vyoare Ho was far many years ideafificd vritli business on tho Alabama and Tom- bigbeocivdrs in tho palmiest days of tcambeating Ho was noted as tho importer of tho last cacgo of slaves brought to the United States This wasiuiibo spring of 1861 Ho chartered the schooner which brought 160 ana managed to spirit them into a -can brako 100 miles tip stream Tho news of tho importation soon got got abroad and Meaner was r rested And tried but proved that he had made every trip on his boct tho Tonoy and the inference was that ho had not had iitno to rccoivo tho no groc8 and personally superintend tho hiding of them Ho was discharged If convicted he would have suffered the death pen alty Tho thirty Hcgrocs that fell to his shape ho settled in a suburb of that city whore being freed shortly after their arrival thoy and their descend ants kavo remain...

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. — 26 April 1892

WJ I J tm- m w Ml 1 VOL II w if ear Bsoslions Months atf Inecitions Three Months 18 Insertions Two Months Eight Intsertfenis Ono Month Four Insertions Throo Inscitlona Two Inscx Ctons Blngta Insertion Will V ml OfBceinFUerBiocac lWHITE A UKOOKS I itim II II AVIIIIM M I li Mt Steiling Ky H Sf1 Iff D H J S HLtT n i i ADVERTISING RATES m aw VC as C C O C B C B O g g g C waiMM -- w 8S88SS88888S S83S8SSSSSSS o e m oo r 8SS8S8888888 38SSKS858888 SSS8i3SS88e8 S88S8S888888 SSS58Sga28888 28S8S8S8B888 w co io o oo j DURT DlRECTOfiV TsxJMWJssgBaaftr caCHTOFCOXMraruEM jtr Jt lft Monday in w Third Monday in January ijtil July and Ootbfc8r coiiottcocw -Monday ol cucU Third Jrr STKRL1NO C1TV CHCKr OWILBPANCn 4unoi JXME8 W Urovm presiding ilrst Sat- uniav in e acn pwnw PROFESSION- NM JAUNKTT SMycrsv lie hy wtllM iractlec in iwc vtr - TBI in THOMPSON Jf p HI 6lUcowlthDrKJ13nR Kat Mulii JUet MUtttciUnhy IT CIY1K MviJyv v JJ Attorney avCaw Will practice In tie courts -it Bath and irandlng counties jk ...

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 April 1892

f i J J i t xk a i1 a r Sroi stfbt iner wot t not silvc fatal Mi feels andre lectu ho h morel On lime olcctlc the It still at years wrote tho gri Javn globo having seven Sumati dustaiij iifty foi two ai one I first pi a thunder Russia Britian i 7ff THE ADVOCATE Advocate Publlshlner Comnany MT B STKIUJNG TUESDAY AlMIi 20Uf FOR CONGRESS Wo aro authorized to annoucce Hon C R BnooRS o Mt Sterling Montgomery county as a candidate lot 1 ho Bad Congress from llio Tenth District subject to thu action of the Dcimcraiic pnrtv DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Circuit Clerk II R BRIGHT For Sheritr JOHN C RICHARDSON Indiana Democrats Democrat in convention at Indian olis instructed for Cleveland but in the event his candidacy is deemed inexpedient they favor the nomina tion of ex Gov Isaac P Gray for the Pionidency Their platform is sound Democratic doctrine Hon C R BrooUh announcement as candidate for Congress appears in this issue Mr H rook m is in the light to win and the man who com putes ins defeat mu...

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 April 1892

i lv i THE ADVOCATE EW Hd If h i f A HORSE AND TRACK Give your atablo plenty of all aud light Tho dam of Bmikor Jr 2 13 ha8 a colt by Don Plzarro 2 14 Wilkes Bird tho full sinter to tho dam of Allerton 209hasa colt by Jay Bird X Ilavo regular houra for feeding your horse aud glvo him sufficient time to eat Salllo Bonton 2173tho ouc tlnio champion has a filly totil by Advertiser 210 An effort will bo mado to bring Chimes Giil Arlou Moubaiv Anno reau and Ceciliati or Bello wJover to gether in a race at ihn Northwestern Breeders meeting in Chicago Dont speak to your horo louder than you would to your sweotheait and dont allowprofauity used around him a horso with brains rWt like to bo talked to Jiko a prize lighter Dr Sparks has grown into an ele gant tlvo j ear old stallion and is taking his work better and stronger than ever and will bo one of the fastest btallions of his age out this year Dont hurry dont frot in training If you cant spare tho tlmo to day to break your colt ho can wa...

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 April 1892

1 r k -4 fi M Xi Jav globo havitij seven Sumai dustan fifty ft two i ono I Urst pi thundo Itussiaj Britian antlNd is rare three the fowpi Munfryli the couwhoi8 TltoHc 0HHame i 7 7 in th of 111 a co i sired Hi you e to ace Dcmd princl race Wh me do with bshaU tlibDl I re lially c climin tremely urge o and the outspo cm lin Ucbi stormsj dffic Nova Z candid SibcrJai others nounce The g ficatioc increase 8taml a every which n a8SUrC almost j wihnei exists c Than werk iinessioi may est funds ye livo and i All i If tve w M J was cu iberlalni othon thirteen Julia H 7PFtt rs aviilablu for buildin tit Callfpfnli bis selected in Tulare c at tho exposition A committee ol the board of trade after an extended tour ot inspection picked out a tree ineusiiring 87 feet 9 inches in circum ference at the base S3 feet h inches above the ground and bo tcet at a height of sixteen feet The Jlrrlv made Worlds Fair commilleo of tho American Turner Bund has a personal application to f pacc reetor tJeiieral D...

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 April 1892

TO V- r j iA 71 m m y THE- trF UNeW GEKeRAbNE VaiT 1- - n Cilia has 40000000 people and bnly forty miles of railway Ex i r American vestibuled bars havoljecn Idoptod on tho Southeasterndiaihvjiy England In ti drankon ljrawl at Enterprise Josoph Lawson was seriously shot by George Prophet - Mr Mercior ex Promier of tho i Province of Quebec was placed under llinti iiat nt Mnntrnnl tlinuih sink in hod ruu - 0- Tho Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad Company has purchased twonty threo locomotives at a cost ol 250000 By tho accidental flooding of the Lvilo Coal Company collier near Miucrsville Pu eight men wcro drowned President Harrison on his own au thority is said toi have issued invi tations for an international monetary conference Elcvou men and women have bcon arrested In Perry and Leslie coimty for moonshining They were taken to Jackson for tria tj J L Row aged sixty four and Miss Ollie White I aged twenty two eloped from Bowling Greeu It is tho grooms fifth VcJnturo I Ilorr Jaeger ...

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 April 1892

li i si i VI IJtMkrT r wrrr still w fifty Tho j incrcasi which i almost exists i work f1 4tl J J 1 II hr t 1 mrnmf I ---- - - J - iHiJWI II HIM JWIlWrfc - Piw - - J1nMiimwmwiiifa li rVteatf r1B jMiiiriiiiiijiaiiiuiiiiiiiiiiwigrTlr Hi rrTi 1 nr i the advocate Court 1 House Arbitration Tho following will glvq tlKUpcopJe - and taxpayers all tho particular re garding tlio Court house sotUoinont As beforo stated arbitrators yrerc chosen by the county and MrIValker Mr Ed William for thofcoiinty lind Mr Frank L Smith of Lexington lor Mr J II Walker and they two chose Mr C A Curtin of Louisville their third- and nuclei tho following agreement arrived at the final result Whereas Montgomery county Ken tucky entered into a written contract with J II Walker to erect a Court house for Montgoinerycouiity in ac cordance with plans and specifications drawn by Hartlectt Iluddcnnioycr and whoieas said Walker is claiming that he has been required to do extra work on said building not covered by said c...

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 April 1892

1 V t jj4 JJth mfif c nf 1000 in hJUmS IS illl lin iiiv one year Tho first fishing reel over made was itho work of Guoruo Snyder of Purls rrLexiugtoti Leader rtWithin a few hoirn alter Iho seats EccroiiHton sale for Lady of Lyons Rbout 75 were taken Mrs RT Garrott of Georgetown is nt Hi- Jeremiah Cockrolls in an- ICawnp to a tplecram notifying iter of U tho death of hor sUtor Mrs Cockrcll The Itodiuan Lindso weilding takes iplaco as heretofore announced at tho Christian church Wednesday eicrnng at 830 oclock No church ifevitations rov Mr G corgu wtcmboar in course ofTnstruetion at t Kariner io run iho Licking river between there Won Libert v will Imj completed 711 a fowvfceeks when irst run itvwill inako its frruti riWtimi Inst Mlturodnv to select WwiniiKi eHsmau to ewoceecl tho tijncntedJ WVKciulaH -for his unex Spired lenn was quiet tliqrc being- no opposition by the Republicans Mr ifoo Kendalls vote in Ulio county was 689 One vote Brown iSst was -cast for Lhza 1 fPVsA man giving ...

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 April 1892

i 5 if i n y 111 i I W1 a 4t ftV 1 Li 1 1 tf A 4 m is rare threo J tremel and tb era li storms Nova I ctit Tho 1 increasij which i almost 1 exists t work - may es I funds yi live and If wo w the towji country J the cot fcoltonl fU A t fcA tW k Tt Tifira TntTri 1 1 TTiTXSlHfBMBMtffif TttBWWWjt iv T t hPtb IT 1r eVr vn Tll Wait for the Biggest t Best MTSTEKIjING FBIDAY MAY 6TH Not a Day Sooner Not a Day Later 2oming On Tliat Day THE OLDEST THE LARGEST THE BEST OF ALL SHOWS JOHN ROBINSONS GHEEBjajx1 E2CEosiiionsr COHivdliBZISrElZD w ormous FVATKD STAGE SO Cagre veagexie BO 30 WONDEKEULAND EXCITING ItACEl IN THE GUEAT 1WUAS lllliODUOMK lO The word popular an mirlh provoUng Pantomime of HUMPTY DUMPTY His Fortunes Misfortunes Mishaps 1roliUc In absurd catastrophes brimming with comic situations ofleiwclng In spaiLling liumor nnd pic emiuentlr the groat laugh pro oler of the mimic woild Absolutely without un addi tional cost Another of the many bulliant and unptveedented uttiactioua that h...

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 May 1892

v i MT ri r MBfci OlMlWMfc trtMflffEHWTW Hi r4 i 1 1 1 Vio AVIV 11 COJ VOL II Trhreojn K I Zl ha YunT1 162 Inestions 81x Mouths M Insertion aftV nnthft lSInSOrtiOUS r Vonthft f KIkui Insertions Vmiii r4li jjrfw Fonr Insertions irf Kr Three In6crti6a Two Insertions SlhgltflrtBcrtlon JOBOE LBW1H f r i w rv Professional urilJTE iiy5US Will nriiriice In tho MVe ItHtl i tit JaUlwcll building Jit filci line Ky r ii n i c - M S8SSSSiSg SS2i 888 - iMfattBC ifj S8SS88SS888 SSS88SSSSSS8 8SSSSSS88S88 SSaStiSSR88S8 552ltSiTSSS888 8S8SS88SS88 SSSSSSSSSSS Court Directory k OTROCIT COURT ffniteit JOHN B CoorKKprMldlnThlrd Mondsy I May and tho Fourth Vonday In I COIKT OK CIIIM tVJCDOuT TSCOTT lrcsldlnK Third Monday in MONTOOMKItY QUARTKntT tOUBT r leRday f trrKKNnn niiiuiiifc tir ThlrdDday la January April July and October MM n rntror Tnlt d Monday of each month BTKRLu urix VVUV viVt Bat V JnnoK JAMES V GnoVEB presiding Vlttt Sat- t iriirtay In each month i T i WW aaE FjaUKBTT A VW1 practlcVin Uio ...

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 May 1892

V j cM i V i 1 VfSflK W m Jit at i - 1 V i 1 vyff r is3 5 V THE ADVOCATE XftTTItBST hJOgSE AND TRACK P river 219j by Volunteer won sixty four races Jnnc Hanks is bnokptf far a fast mile at Philadelphia in July Tlio beet stallions in the Austrian government stables got two hours of exorciso dnily Rose Chief tho dam of Prince WllfceSiSiUfmtaod tolled Wilkes this ypPi flioil Artlmr 2Uh and Strong Boy will coind together in a race at Gallipolis O in August ThodamofXellio Wf 2111 will bo trained this year She is sixteen years old and has been used as a farm horse all her life Jos Outhwaito has bred a sister to Direct 2 00 to Stamboul 211 Electioneer had not a 2 30 perform er to his credit at thirteen years of age At twenty two ho had sixty six A set of racing harness trimmed With aluminum is being mado for Axtell at Terro Haute The whole set will weigh but fivo pounds There is nothing on this green earth that makes a trotting horse breeder feel better than to win a colt stake with a youn...

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 May 1892

r yt a I IVsr a h v i A nice stocli of tomato sweet pota to anil cabbago plants at Carl Kricg kVs 41 2t rMMJw Emma llanly is ahead on trawborrjes Slio gathered her first i on the loth In he County Court Monday the will of C AV Bolts was probated Jib left his Stato to his Bon J AV Bolts of Lexington The Y P S 0 E of tho First Presbyterian nhurcli gavoa doUglitful Observation social at Mr L T Chiles Fridav night A cigar stub or lighted match care lessly thrown into L B Ringolds rellar Sunday morning caused an alarm to he turned in and serious re sults were prevented P A Pittmaiij of Parkeraburg AV Ya tho greatest dry goods autioncer who has ever visited our city is here and will have charge of tho closing ealo of C AV Carpenters stock i i Tho Y P S C E of tho First Presbyterian church will conduct a I Church Missionary Evening next Sabbath at 8 p m taking the place iJof tho usual preaching service I v Suppose We change tho name of Winn street to Twin sticet Three families on that stre...

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 May 1892

ih A- 4- V O oxit liye Ifi the cout the r OIW wj tfpmmytmmtiW f wr tvt i iiayfi darrlL P a l M fc i Tnp tiV V s THE ADVOCATE JOHN WILL KEEP GUIET Exasperating Adventure of n Con plo YTho IIvu in nn Ajiartinvnt IIouro A youug married couplo who live in on apartment house up in Madison avenue went out to dino Sunday aft ernoon and a3 thoy had allowed the servants tho samo privilege the apart ment was deserted when tho owners returned in tho early ovoning When thoy had disembarked from tho vator and tho lord of tho household began to fumble for keys ho was horrified to discover that they wore cither lost or snugly ensconced at that moment in sonio other and inac cessible pocket Carrio ho said in stricken tones -I think Im afraid that is I Ive left my keys You dont mean it she ejacu lated I really do ho said fumbling nervously in impossible nooks and ciannies of clothing for tho longed for bunch The elevator boy of course has a key announced his wife Call him Thero are only two and wo h...

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 May 1892

aHKl v m t v l hjWtk i zsmL 4 fTflBr it U k ifii i mam MfHL LTLa m m If my IS1 tfy0VI rtuiIA H coiJ2 n r i - j w v J - - THE ADVOCATE Tlio Modem Girl Better Off There is no doubt that Maudes 4 grandmother would bo shocked at tho otroiffson of theso latter Java Tho Wtn old lady would faint nt tho sight of hor hfi Qeacondauta ways but ttftur all isnt ithe change for tho bettor Certainly i a me tireea is ooiior man mo lemuio Maude does go low neck to a ball bIio appears on tho Btrcct in rf stout cloth gown llow any woman over lived to be thirty in ye olden tiinD ia u iuystory Why tho way they tramped about in no f sleeves and low necks and fasted Bolves thon and fed supposedly on lilies is enough to uinlco a galloping con- Bumptivo invalid palo with envy Evolona palo and languid read pooti7 ill day except when sho iloated about Wiko a sylpli iu tho roso garden It is liAfl to raihlv ludso but ones nrivato I 5 opinion is that tho aforesaid Evelcun i had her chunk of beef m tho pantry fts...

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 May 1892

u m - fav lS nXi v - f VM v V 1 Vdfc CHu -Re Hi V I fc fT t f i f tttll M -THE ADVOCATE Advocate Publishing Company CITY TICKET 5V Mayor It C Lloyd i COUNCILS AX yiist Ward C II Rryan bccond Ward J W Barne3 fourth Ward C II Retry FOR CONGRESS Wo am authorized to announce 31 ox C R Bhooks of Mt Sterling Montgomery comity as a candidate fur tho 53d Congress from tlio Tenth i uiot subject to tho action of thu Ueuourutie party According to tho opiuion of the Attorney General banks will be re quired to pay 1S92 taxes as hcreto lorooit July lirst but in tho future as individual properly Nb politics a journal of this kind edited in a Democratic town usually has an editor who is a rank Republi can Tho out croppiugs will comp and invariably Ciey aro Republican Its policy is lor revenue only We dont consider there is but ono mi pnitical paper in Mt Sterling The Journal Would that wo could seo ourselves a others seo us Dear Journal mugwump is stamped on your fore- liwn though it may be -for re...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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