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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 June 1892

BB r i fcl li l THE ADVOCATE ttttHnntti CLEVELAND THE riiATFOUJI ora t rvo aenounco no xtcpuoucan lee Walton known as the Sherman net of 1SW0 as a cowardly makeshift fraught with possibilities of datJKer In future which should make all of its supporters as well as Its author anxious for its speedy repeal 1 We hold to the uso of both fjold and silver as the standard money of tho country and to the coinag of botli gold and silver with- out discrimination agninst oither metal or chargo for mintage but the dollar mnit of coinage of both metaliniust boot equal intrinsic and exchangeable value or bo ad Justed by international agreement or by such safeguards of legislation ns shall in suro lh6 maintenance- of the parity of tho two metals and the equal power of any dollar at all times in tbezUWirket and in the payment of debts and wMKmanu1 that nil paper currency HhttU BpTjipt at par wltli and rcdcmabjo In sucVcoln VVo in sist upon tWs policy a especiallyneces Bary for the protection of 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. — 28 June 1892

t IP J Ui i M 1 Ft- a Ifcs f fe Siwil JV fc A- THE ADVOCATE Tompornry Chairmans Address Mr Owens of Kentucky was as Temporary Chairman and bo ing escorted to tha latfonu spoke as follows Two great dangers menace the Democratic party One is external the 6thcr internal The first is the organized machinery of organized capital supported by the whole power of the Government The second is a tendency among Democrats to make issues among themselves Two needs therefore stand before us indispensa ble to success Unity and harmony Of the ono this chair and gavel stand representative it remains for you to supply the other In this spirit I greet you fellow Democrats as the advance guard of the grand army sent forward to blaze a pathway to 1 victory How momentous is your responsibility I need not tell you If your work be done in wisdom tho millions toiling in mine and shop and Held will rise and call you blessed The roll call of tho Republic attests that its heart and its conscience aro with us i...

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. — 28 June 1892

3 IIP I h L i 1 3E5E THE ADVOCATE wat 4- Why Watterseh Refused to Serve On the Committee on Resolu f tlona At the organization of tho Kcu tucky dolcgation at Chicago oil Tues day v 0 Owens presented tho name of Chas J Bronston for Chairman and ho was unanimously chosen Col Castlcman nominated Mr Walterson for inembor of tho Com mlttco on Resolutions ami hero cjno tho surprise of tho day Mr WattcrT sou declining tho honorable post foij thcreasous sot forth as follows I havo for somo timo regarded tho nomination of Mr Clevoland afi as sured If ho is nominated ho and his aud his antccedants will bo a platform in themselves His annual messago of 1887 in the matter of tho tariff and his silver letter of 1891 with his many utterances upon tho side of tho silver controversy will constitute in reality the issues on which tho campaign will havo to bo fought out to square tho ticket with tho record and to mako tho situ ation logical But with my well known opposition to the nomination of Mr Cl...

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. — 28 June 1892

c Mi lU ia 51 Ji m I I THE ADVOCATK wwmMnint PRESS OPINIONS Democratic Ticket as Viewed by Leading Newspapers T he Now York Sun says is 0110 question depending on the election of tho President which in its monicutus importance aud vital imperativeness must seem to every philosophic observer to ex ceed every othor political question that the peoplo are now called upon to de termine A Force bill is the first aud the inevitable result of a sweeping Itc jmblicau victory in November On the other hand aud by the nature and necessity of tho ideas involved the -success of tho Democracy is death to Alio Force Bill project Killed in this -election it can never be revived In this view of tho contest no con scicutious Democrat can hesitate about his duty Better vote for the liberty and ttic white government of Southern States even if the candidate were the devil himself rather than consent to the election of respectable Benjamin Harrison with a Force bill in his pocket 5The New York Times says ...

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. — 28 June 1892

H Tho water that is being sprinkled on our streets is ofibusivo onough to make one think ho is in the neighbor hood of a gluo factory It is claimed tho trouble arises from tho refuso of tho Newmarket Distillery being turn ed into Uinkston creek from which tho water for sprinkling purposes is secured If our street sprinkler will go to a littlo trouble to procure purer water ho will escapo tho weight of many curses now alighting on his votcd head Is tho city paying for tho electric light scrvico on our streets If tho contract has been canceled then all right If not tho city is paying for a -very poor eorvico indeed If tho arc lights aro running ouo can soo few or no incandcsccnts if tho incaudescents aro burning then tho arcs arc few and far between Tho street Bcrvico is simply abominable and that in the business houses aud private residen ces is little better Wo aro paying for good light and should havo it Mr W H Prewitt of this county one of tho trustees of tho Midway Orphan School ...

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. — 28 June 1892

M IK 4 J f V h i I ST IV THE ADVOCATE Habits of the Rattlesnake It is gcucrally accepted that tho poisonous rattler so woll kuowii and so much dreaded by inau and beast in all parts of tho United States is a dry laud snake and avoids water vmoro carefully than tho burnt child does fire llis haunts arc supposed to bo in forests sato from tho overflow of rivers in tho mountain or hill dis tricts and on tho arid plains of the West where it seldom rains In tho popular mind tho snako is associated with dryness and no ouo speaks of tho swamp rattler But like a great many other popular beliefs this is wido of the mark On the Texas coast wo have a great many broad bodies of water and frequently mile after mile of trackless waste inter venes between point and point or island and island Tho experienced boatmen who travel these broad bays and bayous can tell a different story about the rattler They know that his favorite abode is along the water- irouts where sufficient concealment can bo had ...

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. — 28 June 1892

n H JfV if- If ft 5 ejuKvaa THE ADVOCATE Habits of the Rattlosnako - It is generally accepted that tlio poisonous rattler so well known and so much dreaded by man and beast in all parts of tho United States is a dry laud snake and avoids water more carefully than the burnt child docs fire His haunts aro supposed to bo in forests safe from the overflow of rivers in tho mountain or hill dis tricts and on tho arid plains of the West whero it seldom rains In tho popular mind tho enako is associated with dryness and no one speaks of tho swamp rattler But like a great many other popular beliefs this is wide of tho mark On tho Texas coast wo have a great many broad bodies of water and frequently mile after mile of trackless waste inter venes between point and point or island and island Tho experienced boatmen who travel these broad bays and bayous can tell a different story about tho rattler They know that his favorite abode is along tho fronts where sufficient concealment can bo had and t...

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. — 5 July 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. — 5 July 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 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 5 July 1892

f F U i 5 i A ily I II 1 THBw V- 1 LAND ST i2 JV0CAT nV SL CORRESPONDENCE Grassy Lick kaui Long faces Rain impeded the in ogress of wheat harvesting Bind ers in use between showers the crop was safely shocked Yield excellent and with a few exceptions whore there is some smut quality is good John Morris and John Pcggs have a new steam tlncsher inopeiatiou Corn and tobaccj arc very weedy J W Douohoe and William Peed aiu building new tobacco barns The news of tho death of W II Funic at Winchester brought sorrow to the heaits of his many fiicudi hero Dcmociats aie enthusiastic over the Democratic National ticket S P Hunt of jour eiiy narrowly ecipcd f eiious injury lust week lie was on horseback carrying two fiat rails ami tliev got caught and pulled him from Ids hor e lie is now sufl eiing fiom onuses and a wen which as bruised bj a mil fulling on it Gcorgo reiguson lost a valuable hor e lai t week Surely ho was born under an unlucky star La t milch cow dead and household effects anil ...

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. — 5 July 1892

y m m P te 4 3 Si rL Trimble Bros Wholesale Grocers r open Soptembor 5 1892 MT f IE ADVOCATE pa i Kentucky Training lavMp School will 45 10t Mrs Adda Ohiun sold to C F Kccsco her house and lot on Ea8t Main Street for 1800 IT 0 Herndon has sold the Paints vlllo Paragraph to parties who will placo it on deck again It will bo Democratic i It is said that o narrow gaugo rail way will bo built from Bcroa Madi eon county to South Fork of Station damp In Jackson county The ship Fred B Taylor was run down and sunk by iho steamship Travc in mid ocean last week All tho crow of tho Taylor were saved ex cept tho Mate and a Russian sailor Judgo Young is havingtho window in tho Southern sido of tho court housif convorted into a doorway Ihis arrangement makes a hallway through the court house from North o South Owingsvillo Opinion The Acadamy Homo a now buld jng is being constructed at Hazel Green Truly this mountain town ex cels in education and refinement and is justly entitled to the reputation...

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. — 5 July 1892

L t v T W te r up r t Krwviffliwmf ipp i ws i THE ADVOCATE W 4l Cleveland and Sllvor Hero aro two celebrated letters fiQm Grovcr Cleveland showing his attitude ou the silver question tho iiffit written on Fob 24 1885 and tho second on Fob 10 1891 I hope that you concur with mo ami with tho crcat majority of our fellow citizens in deeming it most do eirablo at tho present juncture to inaiutaiu and- continun to uso tho anassof our gold coin as well as tho miass of silver already coined This is nosibic by a present suspension of the purchaso and coinago of silver I am not awaro that by any other 4 method it is possible It is of mo mentions importance to provent tho two metals from parting company o prevent tho increasing displace ment of gold by tho increasing coin ago of silver to prevent the disuso of gold in tho custom houses of the United States in tho daily business of vthepeoplo to prevent tho ultimate vrpulsion of gold by silver Such a financial crisis as those events would cert...

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. — 5 July 1892

THE ADVOCATK tm WARM WEATHER DISSeJES Foruppef aud undar dinners at least wo fehould boablo to do without freshly cooked hot moats A corned fuels uoartwhich can bo cooked jke the Saturday baking makes a nfto Sunday dinner for hot weather et one that is porfectly fresh and with a sharp knifo trim tho licavy muscles from tho inside washing it free also from clotted blood rub well i with salt and put it in a good brine br a couplo of days Then wash it co from brlno and put ovor tho fire in cold water simmer slowly two Ihours add a small onion some sprigs fparsloy ablt of mace ami a Day jaf with threo wholo cloves cook ir another hour then 6ct asido on the collar floor to cool leaving it in tho liquor Slice this thin garnish with water cress or parsloy havo some creamed potatoes and a dish of cold sliced tomatoes with cooked or fresh fruit in season and you havo an oxcellout dinner Cold roasted chicken beef veal or mutton when you aro tired of eating it sliced makes nico potted meats Mi...

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. — 5 July 1892

fa f M i i -I f f - a M v 5 1 ii i n i 1 Gen Jolin W Foster of Indiana re ceived the appointment of Secretary of State and tho Senato promptly confirmed the appointmont Tho Third partyites aro in session at Omaha Neb Judgo Grcehan has emphatically declined a nomination at the hands of the Convention which scorns to bo a source of disappoint ment to tho members Hon Jos M Kendall announces himself as a candidate for Congress but having received tho notico too late to give it the attention it deserv es wo have deferred making it in tho proper column until our next issue Hazel Green Herald The Prohibition Convention mot in Cincinnati tho past week and Nomi nated Gen John Bidwell of Califor nia for President and J B Cranfill of Texas for Vice President After a considerable amount of wraugling a platform was adopted and 20000 pledged for the Campaign fund The Judicial Redisricting Bill has passed both Senato and house with tho Emergency Clause attached Our Judicial District Is composed of...

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. — 5 July 1892

- THE ADVOCATK uMts4t f t - JrttT2 J HORSE AND TRACK Tledirtont now has thirteen awu performdrs X itv i ii ii i uaiiiorum Jiaa auuauy buijuuu mil 1 2 30porfbrracr8 iu 1892 - i Ono hundred aud three performers fir Electioneer and only ono pacer v vi tho record over bo equaled Doblo shipped Nancy -II auks to T Juno SO and epond Uio next weeit iu biiuping iiur up im a trip against her record Aiiy yearling that can trot a 6r at this season of tho year in bet- torlhan 1 00 is a promising ono and Worthy of being trained Thoro are more fast yearlings at alb this year than ever before accdrdimr to California reports When a man looks at tho breeding of tho great brood marcs ho can feel that with a mare that is a good indi vidual and fairly well bred ho stands a good chanco of raising a winner t It takes si vory fast trotting horso - to trot a mile mzwu Marvin is re ported as saying Thoy plow with i2 30 horses in California but that dont inako it true 4 NancV Hanks has marched a half in 1 03 ...

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. — 5 July 1892

I - - - lib 1- HI J H H THE ADVOCATE GLEANINGS John Henry Thomas a quacJc doctor of Mcadvillc Pa was bound over to court Monday for hypuotizlng Alice Turner and her brother and inducing tho girl whilo in that condition to marry him Thomas is a mau about GO years of age J It Detwiler of Kansas President of tho Fourth Congressional District Alliance and ono of tho delegates to Peoples National Convention has written a letter in behalf pf a number of tho Kansas delegates urging Alva Adams of South Pueblo to become a candidate for President Tno Mississippi River abovo Bur lington la is 20 miles wido having spread out over the low lands of Iowa aud Illinois to that extent Dr Arthur B Rose one of tho most influential citizens of Charleston S C commlttcdsuicido Tuesday morning by shooting himself in tho head No cause for tho deed is known The body of Miss Martha Hurst has been found in a cave in Claiborn County Tenn It is thought her brother Newton Hurst murdered her for 400 which sho had ...

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. — 12 July 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. — 12 July 1892

iff 5 K n hf h s m k 9 A iSic the advocate Advocate Publishing Company MX STERLING TUESDAY JUJV 12 I6t 2 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOB VBKSIDENT GllOVER CLEVELAND FOB VICE PKESIDENT ADLAI E STEVENSON FOB CIRCUIT CLEltK HENRY R BRIGHT fob sHEnirr JNO C RICUARDSON FOK CONGRESS Wc aro authorized to announce Hon C R Brooks of MU Sterling Montgomery county as a candid to for the 53d Congicss from the Tenth District subject to tho action of the Democratic party We aro authorized o announce Judge John E Cooper as a candidate for Judge of this tho 21st Judicial district composed of tho counties of Bath Mcuefce Montgomery and Rowvan subject to the action of tho Democratic party Wo arc authorized to announco Mr Henry D Combs as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Menefeo county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party To tho Democrats of tho First Ap pellate District I am a candidate for tho npmination forjudge of the Court of Appeals subject to tho action of the Democratic party Tho county conven...

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. — 12 July 1892

jfllvPQ Hy fW r H w A3 H i iwlv B 1 I H B I lfl1 H f I m I M lr4 ILiff MJStW fc V it- r I paAlIOCATH - T - k JiJJJ i i i GENERAtiNEWS i vaaniiKirivno m tnnUn fc j Tljo other jlay a- steer got loow near - the Four Courts iuSi iLoulp Several police officers at once 1ia ln nt Yi vt n 1 1 n n A nilflTlfll wuguu uuug ui mu iimuuuuuu and it finally dropped dead At the samo time a boy Albert Tolsch fell mortally wounded by a stray bullet Soveral other by standers were slightly injured by stray balls from the officers revolvers At tho Democratic Convention iu t Louis to nominate Supremo Court Judges a resolution was adopted sympathizing with tho workmen in their fight against tho iron barons Vhd asking if bullets and coffins aro the kind of protection they get under tho McKinlcy law G D Burgess fj B McFarlano andT A Sherwood wcro nominated Lostor II Gale teller and W E Turner bookeopor of tho City Sav ings Baukof Nashvillo have fied tak ing with them about 11000 of tho Banks funds They aro ...

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. — 12 July 1892

yffft liyfffi iWdfojfaJMraM I U W ft B ji tv If H 4 fk i I m lit i iSiiWL - v mm mm rfHft w 1J TfWSJVf i Wt THE ADVOCATE k A National Falling Tthink said a West End physician Americans should bo described as a nation oi incdicine takors Tho re turns from tho sales of patont medi cines are astonishing but no general practitioner is at all surprised at this becauso ho has long sinco learned that hypochondria exists almost universally and that medicine taking is tho great delight of an enormous percentage of nnnkiud Ouo groat object a doctor should have in view is to euro with as few doses as possible and I beliovo that ninety nine out of 100 medical students commence practice with this idea before them If their experience is liko mino they have somewhat lot down in thoir efforts in this direction and if they have not done so they have certainly offended quito a largo number of patients Thero scorns little to choose between tho 6cxcs in tho matter of a desire to tako medicine regularly...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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