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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 17 May 1892

t i u JRS jmm rsagjjSjXa Jk qSsSe fi TmS r Srcd i 1 jkiwns asrv L4 THE ADVOCATE LAND STOCK AND CROP 3as P Goff bought 50 liogs in Madison county at 3c avcragu 180 rnniiiiilrt Corn is reported to bo coming up wellj and wheat and gruss ueYcr looked finer The procpectfi now is for a prosperous year in spito of tho roakcre Flemingsburg Times-Do- nvjrat I Jilt winter slock of pigs has gone PitiarkcU There may not bo big I nf iin rnllmr money ni jniriw iuioiuj uriccs but thero is somo profit if well handled Inoxpensivo feeds and uick growth should bo tho aim Owners of horses will do well to ituawl against a contagious disease dd to prevail in Shcridun and counties Nebraska Tho disease of a venereal character was Wted from Eranco and is very fatal IM well as highly contagious ino istato authorities will investigate St Xouis Journal of agriculture Joo Turley bought of F M Ewing 80 hogs average 180 pouds at 380 of John Johnson 110 hogs average 1G0 pounds at 380 of N In Young 40 hogs average ...

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. — 17 May 1892

t u 6Jt J m ft u J f S u m i o W TW4 FARM AND FARMER UaBUfiH THE ADVOCATE Dont permit hoys ami fowls In Hie panto yard If llio fowls dont out tho hogs tho hog will eat tho fowls In either csibo tho food costs more than it comes to It is said that in firm land the frott will go much deeper than In land that fa loose As it in dosirahlc that the Irost should go deep it would appear very advuutagcous to luwo tho land a9 ttrm un possible Propping heavily loaded fruit trees of any ago is a mistaken policy Thin out tho fruit uutill the limliH needs no prop lirst picking off the incuts injured by incciH and next tho smaller ones There is money in this work though it may look other wise at ilrst A trco allowed o over hear will toon bo dead or will become feeble and fail to bear to half its ca pacity When burnidg off grass around the house or stubble and ylough land it ic often difllcult to Mart tho tiro in a number of different places without uing a large number of matches A good plan is to ...

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. — 14 June 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. — 14 June 1892

K 1 4 V i v i V 1 V N s exit ft 53 Sa u weiw 13 MV J coin f r tltuS ik THE ADVOCATE Advocate Publishing Company MT STEUL1NG TUESDAY JUNK 14 mi CITY TICKET For Mayor R C Lloyd vv COUNCILMAN First Ward C II Bryan j Second Ward J AV Barnes Fourth Ward C II Potry FOR CONGRESS Wo arc authorized to announce Hon C It Bkooks of Mt Sterling Montgomery county as a candidate or the 53d Congress from the Tenth District subject to the action of the Democratic party HARRISON AND REID l t Named to Head the Republican I National Ticket The President Nominated on I the First Ballot BLAINE NOT IN IT FROM THE VERY BEGINNING WHITELAW 11EII SELECTED TOIS gjid VICE lICESIDENT The Name of tliu Man for Seooml Ilnc Is Lett to the New York Delegation Which Selects the ExOIInister to France Proceedings of tlio Minne apolis Convention Day by Day Uriel Biographical Sketches of the Two 3Ion Who Are Both Xntltes ol Ohio The Republican Platform la tfull BENJAMIN ILVIUSISON WIIITrLAW REID FIRST BLOOD FOR BLAINE J S...

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. — 14 June 1892

A a Mm K v fA m ley 44 Tho convention went wild for t j o THE ADVOCATE HARRISON AND REID Continued from page 2 tec srst srsio cauca xnaao rne nrsn break to tho dark horso McKinloy It cast fifteen votes for Harrison seven for McKinloy amid cheers When Califor nia was reached tho announcement of the chainnnn was challenged and tho list of delegates waa called M H Do Young voted Blaino and thoro woro cries of Good The call proceeded When Ohio was reached tho chair man asked to havo tho state passed but Governor Foraker jumped into the aisle and announced that tho delegation had been polled and he demanded tho announcement of tho voto If any ono wants to challongo it then ho can said Governor Foraker Tho chairman stepped into tho aislo and amid an almost porfect silenco an nounced tho volo Harrison 2 a minuto wlulo Chairman McKinloy his face whiter if possible than usual pounded tho table with his gavel As tho cheering ceased tho chairman said in a clear hrm tono I challongo that vote T...

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. — 14 June 1892

r 1 jf uf A - s 7 Uw Lai1 AsJ i - VftvJk B 8t i THE ADVOCATE The Droam of tho Quobec Bishops Tho Quebec bishops and priests in dulge tho dream of building up a series of dioccascs and parishes stretching down tho Connecticut Val ley until it reaches Xow York con quering a domain throughout which Trench shall bo tho universal lan guage They rely not without 601110 reason upon tho colicsivencss of the French social nature and tho prolific quality of tho French blood at least on this continent whero wo aro told that two prominent officials of the province of Quobec aro twenty sixth children and the Speaker of the House of Commons is tho tweuty iourth child of a twenty fourth child Professor Hamou of Montreal uttorly dissents from the wholcsalo view of thoUaltimoro Homan Catholic Con gress that national societies havo no reason for their existenco in the Church of this country for his dream is of a new France in which tho French language customs and even nationality shall be made per ma...

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. — 14 June 1892

T IE 386 tap IP w y J ji vtn r rfHE ADVOCATE I -V - Jt Quoor Stores of LUcky Minors A few of tho mauyatories that are told of miners luck will enable tlio reador to understand how and why the heads of whole communities may bo turned in mining regions Jim Whitlatch the discoverer oftho mine near Helena led a typical Western miners life The mine in question is now owned in England and has produced 2000 000 in gold After Jim Whitlatch had sold tho property forl500000 ho went to New York to make as much monoy as Vandorbilt Ho was a raro treat to Wall street which fattened on him and in ono year let him go with only tho clothes on his hack Ho returned to Montana began pros pecting again and discovered a mine for which ho received 250000 He went to Chicago to rival Mr Potter Palmer inwoalth and returned just as ho did from Now York flat strapped as he would havo expressed it He mado still another fortune and went to San Francisco where ho died a poor man Another Lowis and Clarko county mi...

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. — 14 June 1892

ft PI THE ADVOCATK HORSE AND TRACK There are blctonian in list ten the daughters of Ham- great brood marc Allerton has been bred to forty Ecvou mares this sfcason At fifty prominent trotting meet ing already announced for tho present season tho stakes and purses foot up SS0000 It is said that Onward has 122 standard sons Xowbold a brother to Cheyenne 2 tloJ will be trained in Uuford Tai 1 tons stable this year Doblc will soon have a barn full of Axtells It looks as If almost every man that has one looks for Budd to sample it J W Mercer is continent that Incas 2 14A will lower tho present trotting recoid bcfoie tho close of the season A well known Tennessee corres pondent is authority for the predic tion that more than one yearling in that State will outer the 2 30 list this year 0 II Wood has a very promising yearling by Luby 2 20 She is being handled by Bean Bros Sunol will bo driven a fast mile at Mcadville Tuly 4 and Nancy Hanks will appear the samo week at Phila delphia for a tr...

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. — 14 June 1892

W M Jm M r Tt - w m AoVL V Trimble Bros Wholesale Grocers p i TRIMBLE BROS -2 Wholesale Grocers - MT STERLING KY THE ADVOCATE The pop corn privilego of the Worlds Fair has been sold for 200- re T a Wheat harvost will bo in full blast yithin ten days ful supply It will be a McKec Watson represent Build ing and Loan Company whch will make loans on city property and with out delay G P Sullivan sold last week six hogsheads of tobacco at the Bodman Warehouso Cincinnati that averaged nine cents at home A Baum Son have in their store a National cash register one of the finest ever brought to our city Tho not cost of it was 200 Wo aro under obligations to tho Sentinel Democrat for favors shown us tho past week Gentlemen pleaso accopt our thanks In U S Commissioner Rogers Court Wednesday TV M Williams was tried for using U S mails by sending postal cards containing throat ing language in matter of duns and was held over J G Trimble has instituted suit against the Exchange Bank of Ken tucky t...

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. — 14 June 1892

J V -T i RWm Why Mules Out Last Hor3os Tho chief reason why a mule can nearly always wear out a horse when it comes to a trial of endurance is that tho former always lies down to Bleep and the latter in a large unm oor 01 cases sieops standing up The habit seems to have come to hor ses which have been hurt especially when in the stable and they cannot bo broken of it Besides the absence of proper rest and the constant dan ger of a heavy fall and consequent injury this habit of standing up to go to sleep results in tho giving way of the front knees and gives the animal a premature aged and crippled con dition A walk through any large stable at night will show a number of horses standing up but fast asleep and whether these use three or four legs to stand upon the knees of tho fore legs are all baggy With a mule of course it is quite different for Jack lies down the moment he finds work is really over and a som nambulistic mule is seldom if over met Colmans Rural World Bee Moths Bco m...

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. — 21 June 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. — 21 June 1892

i Eft ev w THE ADVOCATE Advocate Publishing Company MOV STEUL1NG TUESDAY JUXK 1 lM FOB CONGRESS We aro authorized to announce Hon C It Biiooks of Mt Sterling Montgomery county as a candidate for the 53d Congress from the Tenth District subject to the action of the Democratic party It looks like Cleveland It is thought in Washington that Congress will adjourn about the mid dle of next mouth It is said that Hon W C Owens of tno Kentucky delegation will bo honored with the Temporary Chair manship of the Convention at Chicago to day The houor was tendered Hon Henry Wattcrson but ho de clined it prcfGRutg o servo on tho Platform GonimiU0 For tho Democratic National Con vention tho Wattcrson Club have se cured quarters at tho Hotel Rich mond for 300 members Tho club will tako its own band and will march under a banner ornamented with a lifo sizo portrait of tho great Kentucky editor whose name it bears There aro hosrs in tho streets of Middle8borough now but they are not as harmful as 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. — 21 June 1892

t I t kWQBRiZjW W StB I THB ADVOCATE HORSE AND TRACK A rod granilo shaft has boon placed over the grave of Ilamblctonlau Ilickok cousldors a kite track four r Blonds faster thau a regtilatiou ouc TJrts is something of an item The dam of Mambrino Maid 215 has a foal at foot by Gambotta Wilkes Alfonso by Barou Wilkes 2 lg out of Alma Mater by Matnbrino Patchcn been placed in training lonroo Salisbury has determined It to start Direct at any town that pill not put up a purso of 5000 or ro unaaon noiucr ui wiu yetmiug vuib record at 2 27 has dovclopcd into a sixtcon haud horse weighing 1050 pounds Gcorgo Wilkes will have two sons on tho turf this year should they not meet with any mishap iu their prepa ration They are Brignoli Wilkes and Prophet Wilkes Thq first race track iu Kentucky ytvas laid out iu 1795 at Shallow Ford Station A man engaged in testing tho speed of his horso on this track was shot by an Indian in a cauo thicket near by In speaking of Hants a short timo o Splan said 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. — 21 June 1892

i MT JE it Mi mil - II p P k tab i SflTi J UM28k THE ADVOCATE Helpful Ailments Iu England gout is a very preva lent and painful disease Tn this country it i9 less common Our cli mate inclines us to cxccsHvo mental activity As a result of this the brain appropriates nervous force at tho ex pense of tho digestive system anil eo desposcs us to dyspopsia compels is victims in spite of themselves to indulge somewhat sparingly in rich food in the too free eating of which gout originates Of the two diseases dyspepsia is to be preferred It seldom interferes with the days work and except in very obstinate cases is almost certain to be relieved by proper diet and t crcise x Sick hcadacho may often bo coun ted in the class of helpful ailments though it is a bitter pill There aro two forms of it ono has its primary source in the brain the other in the stomach In both cases there is commonly some hereditary tendency to the disease but the exciting cause is overwork of the brain in ouo case of th...

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. — 21 June 1892

t J l V K H f f - BY V K jjtsrffir - 3 VvS If S THE ADVOCATE mt on Ths New Political Dlotlonary j h J I Apportionment Tho ro districtiug of a Stato by a Legislature with a majority of tho party with which wo aro affliliatcd fSoo Gerrymander Arguments Tho orderly -setting forth of tho principles of our party Sec Rant Bribe Money or other valuable things paid by wirepullers of tho other party for votes Candidate Any disinterested aud honest gentleman nominated for olllco by our party See Offico Seeker Cheers Method of expressing en thusiasm adopted by adherents of our party Sec Howls and Yells Circus An enthusiastic gathering of tho opposition See How Itts gracoful Convention A gathering of dele gates of our party to formulate a plat form aud to nomiuato candidates Sco Mob Demagogue A prominent worker among tho opposition See States man Faithful The Steadfast adherents -to our party See Hidebound Gerrymander Tho a Stato by a Legislature with a ma jority of a different political comple...

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. — 21 June 1892

r I - rflCfeiA5tli 1 1 in M - il T t tmiut i fJ fr I I Ctu KU HsJt jn H THE ADVOCATE iAND STOCK AND CROP Prowitt Wood bought 200 primmed lambs from Elijah Penco ai to go 1st to 10th of July ami 33 -trimmed lambs from Logon JUurnli tt 370 per head They also boughi as load of hogs 1st to 10th of July de livtiry from Charles and John Spoon- at ic 15 from D G cisarc to go in July at 4c 25 from Wtu Snow to go tho last llftcen days 5u August at 4c Danvillo Advocate Buyers arc offering 05 cents foi wrlioal and 425 for hemp No wheal is being sold at tho price Wheat harvesting will bo in full fciltsl hero by the middle of next week jfllidtigh we know of several farmer- ht will begin Saturday Coin- liliiuls of smut arc still heard S II Vcager howovcr has one Jicld of -wheat which was son early and igrjuted until April which contains no sumt Binder twine is being sold fjcc at 10 and 11 cents Danville Advocate One of the best things in the world io give a horse after he has been cat is quart of...

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. — 21 June 1892

J ti h L r A uv - ii 3 Vr jf i ii fcwww wwy Trimble Bros Wholesale Grocers - screen doors at W Emmons Blaiqp son of Hon James Q Blaine died at his homo in Chica go Saturday of blood poisoning as a result of inflamation of the bowels - I have a now combined Champion Dropper and Mower for sale cheap 1 also carry a full lino of Champion and Whiteley Binder and Mower re pairs in stock Ed Mitchell Mr Wm Honry near Plum Lick was driving a young horse on Thurs day and the animal taking fright ho was thrown from tho cart and his hip badly crushed Ho was at last report in a precarious condition ii James B White has been at his present stand Bollingigroccrics for 15 years Ho turns tho old stand over to TGJulian after July 1st and will open an almost entirely new stock in the Fitzpatrick building East Main street Coca Cola is a now drink is re freshing and for headaqho and ex haustion its superior is unknown Five cents per glass at T G Julians Every one who has onco tried this de licious drink...

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. — 21 June 1892

Jp ur MWahanBMaMiMtaiHliMUkMtaUaHnibMhii Srai l Or5 mi jS 4 1he advocate A Kentucky Wants No Tobacco Com rijr bines Below is ropreadutativc Teaks bill vhlch is now a law Be it enacted by the General As sembly of tho Commonwealth of Ken tucky 1 That it shall bo unlawful for any tobacco Ararchousemcn corporation or individuals to combine together by any rule by law or otherwise for tho purpose of controlling or in any way interfering with the frco unrestricted right to bidon or purchase leaf tobacco offered for salo at public auction at any warehouso or ulaco of salo whore tobacco is sold by Inch warehousemen lor others in this Commonwealth 2 That it shall bo unlawful for any orcauiation or corporation under tho laws of this State to prohibit any of its members or others from bidding on or purchasing leaf tobacco at any warehouso that now exists or may hereafter bo organized or established in this Commonwealth 3 That all sales of leat tobacco at public auction in this Stato shall bo 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. — 28 June 1892

f 19 M t 6 W Ono Year E2 ingestions Six Months pi Insertions Thrco Months ja Insertions W y oii ii Two Months Eight Insertions One Month Jour Insertions I L Three Insertions Two Insertions Single Insertion K i Attorney Will paSi d i a S88SS3eaE a2S2S88 8S88888888S8 SS8S88888S8 8SS888SSS88S SSSSSaS8S88 ssssasssssss 8888fIS888f 8S8838S8SSSS court Directory SunOS JOHHE CoSft TWrt Monday Monday November y and tho Fourth in COCBT OP COMMON TLEAB JliME T J SCOTT presiding Third Monday In if ioNMOMEHT QUARTEHLT COURT October C0UNTV court jddoe James VT Groves presiding First Sat- 1 1 annti TMftntll UXUKJ Cuv Professional n v a t wnv I at-I-aw J M OMViK LaW and Surveyor w ML Stciling Ky n All collections and leal estate transactions or of titles Klen uncn and nbstiacts tcnlc to OmotvontiV tatah tlwt door soutn oi iv - V nm it THOMPSON MD Ttg t rutPtmnv t ---- or rnyscjau Office Main hhoyer mn v r - giacncc coruui i - JONG ioilDof Mt Storing Ky J wfVASTTlcx SBr8TADUSBC0 WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS M...

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. — 28 June 1892

B 0- s Md f i f 1 M - THE ADVOCATE Advocate Publishing Company MT STEIIL1NG TUESDAY JUNK 28 IWtt DEMOCRATIC TICKET ron rntsiDENT GROVER CLEVELAND FOR VICE rnESIDEXT ADLAT E STEVENSON FOlt CIRCUIT CLERK HENRY R BRIGHT FOR SHERIFF JNO C RICHARDSON FOR CONGRESS Wc are authorized to announce Hon C R Brcoks of Jit Sterling Montgomery county as a candidate for the 53d Congress from tlio Tenth District subject to the action of the Democratic party wtm vjj Nominated for President by tlio l Democrats But One Ballot Necessary to Settle j the Fight Ho Secures Over Two Thirds of the Votes Cast NEARLY AN ALLNIGHT SESSION THE WIGWAM IN A E STEVENSON OP ILLINOIS FOB O PRESIDENT TheOpponeuU of the Ex Presltient Work Hard to the Very Last Moment In Hopes of Defontlnc the Favorite tint He Gets There Just tho Snme with More Than a Two Thlrdi Vote The Platform of the Democratic Party GROYER CLEVELAND A E STEVENSON TUESDAY TnE Wigwam Chicago June 21 An unexpected buist of sunshine just lefore tho owning...

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