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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 March 1891

caKB BrtA Kry TmSrV smm 1- u RVy mtrr w J 7JX Mf KB call a C Provl pcrlor 5txsL f j c THE ADVOCATE TK Nw Constltuton Thn young man who represents U Iniiavfllo Times atVrankfortdocant like the Cou Providing for the maintenance of a State malitia Tlic disfranchisement and forfeiture of office provided or bribing voters Requiring a registration of voters in all cities and to win of over five thous and inhabitants Tho clause rcquirtng all popular elections to be by secret ballot That making a matter of record the votes of all persons in a representative - - jlty initing to one a year all elections of every kind and character Tho fixing of November for tho one annual election Tho forfeiture of tho charier of any corporation whoso officer or employe shall in any way attempt to influence an election Tho making of tho bribery laws to apply to primary elections and party cnyuyoiiflons A Legislative provision regulating tho sale of liquors on election days Making the office of Secretary of St...

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. — 3 March 1891

- 3 railroad ate trains 5 Two Dlro m Af 9kA i S l ss1 TttiisiirYr of Two uew in tho Mt Stkiilinq mmmfiri ammm WCTr York p I hArPV s w iJi yT TjkIkuii ossiblo r4TE uosday to U ho Tobacco Y9 CLEVELAND QCOf Now York ill it vici rHisiDKNT iOHN a CARLISLE Of Kentucky TO ADVERTISERS I l Ulu isliiraius Mrs It II Daney was lfcfll Yon arolookhig foi tho best medi um through which to reach tiio peo ple You wilt find tliat itiediuin1ir lm k Advocate For the reasons that it Juts n larger circu lation thau aiiy paper published here and reaches moro people who ro tributary sto Mt Sterling than any other publication Our i books are open to advertisers and they can sat isfy themselves of tho truth of this as sertion DR CLARDYS KICK The Louisville 1imos is authority Njinles death at Moscow Ky by her clothes catching fire Sho was an invalid and was alono at tho time mid several lives were lost WoutsJ aud damaged railwaviwIcJH Kastr ilood s iri general an wore Central to lion IlenrW ISlair of Now Ilam...

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. — 3 March 1891

re riio K lit ffFfS SUBSCRIPTION RATES ear In advauee am co iiioinua W II 00 lJi 1 W mnitlzoHo on Wednesday moved new quarters in tho lhoitt oi Tylcr Apporsou uiuu MrsTlrocn has resigned lier vlipn as Librarian Mrs I B boa talking horplaec Mrs Broun left yesterday for an extended vlelt in LHUq Book Aromas The House passed the Direct Tax Aill last ifvGk after allowing only three hours for tho debate ot a uio that involved fifteen million dol lars Tho bill proposes to return mouey collected from tho States during tho war and Kentuckys share will bo something over 050000 Frcelandcr Marshall of ii nave reniou mo uusihubb West Maiu street recently vacated J E Queen and opened a corn- house Tho gonial Gup r who has a host of friends in crlliiff is connected witli thq firm WiU Drake of Sidovlow neighbor hood attempted to pass a forged chcclaor 25 on Cashier Fisher last A Thursday The forger was cleverly none ami uasnicr r isner m uiuit iu gain time told Driko the party had not 8ufRuionyitt...

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. — 3 March 1891

v THE ADWCATE NEWS OF JWE WEEK Germany makds hollow cast iron bricks Tho taxablo property of Christian comity amounts to 6935000 Texas will appropriate a quarter of a million dollars for hor display at tho Worlds Exposition Daviess county stock raisers will meet to organize a livo stock associa tion on Tuesday March 10 St Louis is the largest fur market in tho United States aud on coonskins it is far ahead of any other city California is tho only State in the Union which at present produces quicksilver in commercial quautitic The Geyson Oil Company at Lima O sold out its refining plant and oil territory to the Standard Oil Com pany The reported price is 800000 Judge John D Miller of burg was Wednesday appointed to the vacancy on tho Indiana Suprcmubcnch caused by the death of Judge Berk shire The Exccutivo Committee of the Kentucky League of tho Democratic Clubs has Uucd an address calling the clubs into active service for the Gu bernatorial campaign Church congregations now aro mos...

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. — 3 March 1891

los cj fF rv iffa r ho compljnoefcrt You won t lire at 1110 1 HjjMflUtmed bit comrade Weinachtor Disregarding thi challenge Baratto - for i tf ii V si 1 n a - aj rfmm - I infill II ilHl IHHB igff Bat KE ADVOCATE - Hi Ltfe Asalnst a Pormy - HToW0Uilt a man mortally uerauan ho beta penny ihut a fiiciid wlii bud a revolver in hW hand would not file at him U about iho jiiut Jiieotireivtrtilo proceeding ttmt could well bo imag ined It w a cue of horseplay iiftut r a convivial meeting The two oimg inch both belonging tt tho working cin eg were enjoying tbemiolvc in dancing lalnon when one of horn tried tt miateh h elgarolte from hs ioinpatiious uioulfi Tlio latter uod Uaratte loot a roToIvcr out of put tho pltol iMi k into hu pocket aud it in uidiiclcy that ho did not keep it thuro Unfortunately Weinachtor returned lttlhauIJiinnl IhiHlly ofloied to hot him two houh tlitt ho would not ihuatliWn A crowd had collected round tho couplo In tho dancing mIooii and noon followed by a lium hT of o...

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. — 3 March 1891

- r M J -4 U - L i f3n fry 1- y 8 wtgumfirm In cold weather tho milk taken to the milk house possible after leaving tho der to prevent it becoming the cream will not riso as make as good butter after has been exposed to a very perattire for any length of Pais inrr Kmtrro - M1 w tsi cm J i t3d vi r I THE ADVOCATE FARM AND FAKMER expenjiyo as uiij in if atfy thai If much of Ihc grain fed to hogs in this country were given to poultry it would it is claimed secure- much more profitable return It is not generally known that re fuse tobacco including stums has a considerable value as manure In places where tobacco is grown or man ufactured on a largo scale this refuse tobacco can sometimes bo had for little more than the cost of hauling away It is very rich in tho mineral elements of plant food The Ilrccders Gazette takes the po sition that a number of the agricul tural colleges of tho country arc not doing their duty under the terms of the grants by which they exist and are maintained Wo...

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 March 1891

I TK iKC r v v S5 m r - i THE MT STE 9B j SEULp I G jy YOX 1 Court Directory CIRCUIT COURT 30WJK jQlIf K COOPKli presiding Third Monday May and tho Fourth Monday In November COURT OP COMMON FIKA8 JUDa T J Scott presiding Third Monday In September and March MONTGOMERY QUAKTKRLT COURT 3vt9 IKWI8 Appekson presiding Tuesday af ter Third Monday lu January April July and ltt iWUtb V COUNTV COURT 1 nt wi Mnniinv or eacn moniu 1 u JAMF8 Wt oroves presiding First Sat- IV uiday Jn each month Professional fit JAUNKTT K ALLEN x Wa Salvcravlllo Ky - practicaln thot sirtf KeMMikyr KINO KOIU of Mt Stcillng Ky Konrosonts MACK bTADLKlt CO WHOLESALE CLOTUIETtS CINCINNATI O ileal Estate Agent Whlto Oak Morgan uo jiy I AIIAZELUIGO A City Atty O nice Court 8trcet Mt Staling Ky 1UDGE AMOS DAVIS 0 WITH BETTMAN llROS A CO Monufftctmoiii of CLOTHING Ufl West luil St Cincinnati O MS Tyler mYLEtt APPEKSON Office Court Street Lewis Apperson Jit Stoiling Ky TAMES 11 0AS8IUY ML Sterling Kv ce No 5 Court Street i...

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 March 1891

L 11 a i - A 2 ssssff Wc THE ADVOCATE SCISSORS AND PASTE - At tho Johns Jlopkitis Univcniy is a thermometer valued at 18000 The graduations on ho glass nro bO fine that ft ia nccesary to use a microscope to read them Reports from 3GS districts covering thrco llfihs of tho United Slates give 100926 votes in favor of woman nip rosoiitation in the MelhodUt General Conference and 117074 against it Mr Windoin like Gen Grant mid Secretary Manning was a great smo ker of cigars and his excessive use ol lohacco Is supposed to havo aggrava ted his heart trouble Ho was disin clined to take any physical exercise and disliked walking Even in going tho short distance- from tho Trcasurj Building to tho White House ho was accustomed to take a canlago A young lady at Wollosloy College Massachusetts received tho following valentine Dbau Valentixk Tticltnc 1 fcclfor you Dcargltll I would not ent aw ay It clieers mo In ciich lonely hour With Hopes Illumined my And though tho llnnic H brightly hums That...

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 March 1891

Jfca U- i iStsKKi DQ Tmc VMl Hv fP LLLLLfe MFlWr IV i X iColunjbia W e 9xl uutil 2XviiVoorhce V - t i - l H THE ADVOCATE NEWS OK THE WEEK iEtn1 ah 1UH V nyj viil en5prioxt week from Paris to Hamburg Germany twenty two car loads of walnut logs purchased in sur rounding counties Georgetown Times A slriko occurred at the Woon socket mill Providence It I on ac- counfof tho new prico list posted making a reduction in wages of vcavers Threo hundred and forty pavers aro out Aothor box of Italians has been in Ashland and twenty five of re quartered in ono house on Greenup avenue Saturday evening they were carrying straw for beds From a mule stand point they aro comfortably situated They may lie good workers but it will be a long time before thoy can bo good citizens Ashland Signal The attorneys of Charles E Kincaid charged wth the murder of Hon Prcs Taulbee asked Judgo Ilager of the fhiminal Court of tho District of for a postponement of tho June in order that who is now under treat ment at...

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 March 1891

T J 5 - JrL - if v - m VvlTc IK m WiSrJSlfr rW W LfrUfc lit1 IS- tlJtH b THE ADVOCATE - - - f HARRIS MASON Proprietors MT STERLING TUESDAY FEU 1S91 - FOR IRfcgtDENTv QROVER CLEVELAND Of New York FOR VICE - PRESIDENT JOHN Q CARLISLE Of Kcutucky t ANNOUNCEMENTS von circuit court clerk HENRY I BRIGHT ol Montgomery County u FOR SHEEIFK i rjOHN C RICHARDSON of Montgomcry County Wc arc authorized to announce Hon Jno D Clardy of Christian county as a candidate for Governor subject to the action of the Democratic party Hon J L Elliston of Montgomery county is a candidate for Attorney General subject to the action of the Democratic party r TO ADVERTISERS I You arc looking for the best medi urn through wldch to reach the peo ple You will find that - tho J eleven ot tno prisoners cir the murder of Chief Holiness medium 111 i Sterlings Advocate For tho reasons that it has a larger circu lation than any paper published here and reaches moro people who arc tributary to Mt Sterling than any other ...

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 March 1891

ft 0 n I 1 fj i X Flio compl - ft MB r Jo L Brawner lias rented his farm of 103 acres on tho Maysvillo pike to Powell Hall for 800 I- m Born on Saturday jNarch 14th to tlio wife of Elvin Ilancy a airl The second child In clovonmonths J M Bent and wifo sold their house and lot on Elm street to Joe Brawner aud wife for 3G00 Possession given at ouco Androw English of Sharpsburg was in tho city last week Ho had Juet returned from a two months trip to southern stock markets Born March 10th to tho wife of D A Thompson of Clintonville Ky nee Miss Lizzio Calk a ten pound eon Thos Lee Mother and child both doing well Judge Lowis Apporson Col Z T Young Judgo James II Hazel rigg Col A T Wood and Judgo B F Day oro attending tho Moncfco Circuit Court tho past week Charles Fowler and Miss Cobic Myers of Sharpsburg wcro married at tho homo of Mrs Hupplc on Wednesday evening March 11th Rev Caldwell officiating A two thirds interest in the James Chora property was sold yesterday by Master Commission...

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 March 1891

r H I a wrv If 11 H t 4 7 THE- ADVOCATE A Bit of History Tho Senatorial contest just onded in Illinois induced tho Frankfort corres pondent of Iho Louisvillo Times to hunt up and givo us this hit of his tory Ho says I took a hunt amoutr tho llouso and Senato journals of tho carl thirties aud camo upon tho record of tho most famous Senatorial fight tins State or any other so fur as I am in formed ever had in point of time con suincd in effecting an election It was found in tho House and Sen ate journals for tho Legislative session of 1830 31 Thcso journals with dust hotween their leavos a half century old are queer looking hookc They resomhlo nioro than anything else the old Websters hluc hackspcllor while the modern journal more rcsomhlcs a Websters Unabridged and the pres ent conventions record will look like an Encyclopedia Britannica Is the growth of tho Commonwealths busi ness responsible for this or is it mans increased proneness to talk But back to the record beating Sen atori...

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. — 17 March 1891

8 AND BE ADVOCATE farmer The u orc jttiiiiitiufr donfiuul Uo Wo Maud t U ami nafiit iHu ra nvwHlHom JJit kilii uii nTitciuro of fiut t uly UrrtiHlMl its tula niiljHU liin ouicr couuira8 Iitlier i unit is so iiilitiicai to fcfro American uool growing WTtfip lilfijit io f Uiiiu uiul sulphur l1rt U1U JIUIU UIIU IV f our American grown ho complaint that tho smarlcst and Jhetno young men prefer work in tits is largely tho fnntt tf inriiiow Hipv unv so much a nioutii with rft two or three dollars variation good bad or indiircicnf is Jt any i 1 ll r rnl Itfllo vnnl lltIll Til the city energy activity and generally coinmand wliat tlioy worth They rtro ju9t as essential farm as anywhere pair of curious oamoau cawu jPKeichibitcd at Kansas City Mo a dajsngo They aro exceedingly pill the male only weighing about 50 pound whilo the female weighs iO iout 230 pound Both aro fully iliiicd and have very largo heads These little rattle aro lit tvo and a half feet in tnrt arc of a rcddHh mouse with wh...

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 March 1891

B s r i fc v F Vl tp S f W pyp J h r ftttT i - I the Advocate COURTSHIP OR MARRIAGE t Murrlago U an ordered pinlcn Courtship ft sweet tanslod wood Jlarrlaco la tlio sober cummer Courtship eprlnc In wayward mood Jlarrlaso Is ft deep etIU river Courtship a bright laughing stream Marriage U ft dear possession Courtship a perploslng dream Which of these my wife shall bo Crowned ta best by thco and met MarrlnGO H tho blno dors bounty Courtship tbo cajrriclona morn Morrlogn ij tho aweot rosa gothorcd Courtship bud UlU fcooed with thorn JJorrltico W tho pearl la RoUias Courtship U Ulo dangerous dtvo Marrlaco tho full oomb ot liancy Courtship tho now bveiliur klva Which oX thesa door wife Ball bo First prof orrcd by thoo aail mo Oh tho tangled wood was lovolr Whoa wo found It la our play Parting curloutJy tho braocAu Whito with nuvesca of tin Mar Eocjcrlr tho paths exploring Leading to wo know not where Sovo that million flowers edged them And that bird soopj HI tho air Thrushes Joy notes P...

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. — 24 March 1891

fr - S IB 1- lit VyC fcx A yoii3 Court Directory Attorney- It L STONK Star A It nnivr RIinlllJTIL nt lavr stoning ivy Corner 5th and Court Xlace IUngS I 8 UUltT PLANING MlLU 0 v t TvLKit ri CIKCPIT ootmT JynaK John K Cooper prcsldlnThlrd Monday May and tlio Fpnith Monday In November COUHT OP COMMON PLEAS JttBOB T T Scott presiding Third Monday In Scptcmbor and March M0NTOOM3ERY QITAKTEBLY COURT JonaKKwiR AriPnsos piesldinor Tuesday af icr Tlilrd Monday In January April July and October TOUNTV COURT Thhd Monday of each month MT BTEIILINO CITV COURT CIVIL BRANCH JlTDOR jAMES W dnOVE3 presiding Kirat Sat urday In each month Professional m JAKXETT it Salyem llle Ky Will practice iu tho Courts of KontucKy 8 KING FOUD ot ML Sterling Ky Hcnreecnls MACK STADLEK CO WHOLESALE CLOTIHEltS Cincinnati O n 11 ALLEN Ui Ileal Estato Agent White OakMorgan CoKy A IIAZELRIGQ a iuy in j Office Court Street ML Sterling Ky itrtiai amo3 iavis 0 WITH HETTMAN 11UOS CO Manufacturers of CLOTHING 00 West Pearl ...

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. — 24 March 1891

Wi Hi has been tho pack horso long enough tho under dog as Ell Perkins calls him Eli talks big to tho Journal re porter about tho good times coming and tho farmers all going to glory by and by Yes all going to glory through high protection been going that wav a long time and we aint got there yot Bosh Ely Cant get that bug in our car You had hotter bo singing psalms to a dead mule wo havo been fed ou rotten eggs long enough Tho farmers realizo that tho tariff is only an indirect tax on tho consumer and if tho good times come as Eli predicts they will it will bo through organiza tion and not through high tarsff laws Tho Republican party has been prac ticing salvatiou through high tariff protection for tho last twenty five years and none but tho elect have re ceived tho blessing viz manufact urers bankers and corporations tho under dogs having been- Jeff to HWPJWMBBWffTv j M7Hu r HHnv ifii THE ADVOCATE FARMERS ALLIANCE- Arlso Look Ponder Act It is very gratifying to know that a papor ...

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. — 24 March 1891

V ijf 8r li f rr v I - 1 it w I i h WjEflB THE ADVOCATE Ambergris or Ambargroase In old English publications UiQ word was spelled Ambcrgroasc Amber gris is French and means gray amber grls moans gray It is a substance of tho consistence of wax and is found floating on the waters of tho Indian ocean and other tropical waters It is also found as a morbid secretion in Iho intestines of tho sperm whalo Physctor macroccphalus which has been believed for tho past hundred years or more to bo its truo origin In color it is said to white ash gray veliow Vuricirntcd and blaclr Ir haff been found in floating masses weigh ing from sixty to ono hundred and twenty five poundn It is highly val ued in perfumery ami at 212 degrees Fahrenheit it is wholly volatilized into a whito fragrant vapor Thero docs not seem to bo much moro known now about its real origin than thero was ono hundred years ago thero being alternate denials or disputations on tho subject of its first origin and conversions to 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. — 24 March 1891

w I 4 EP ADVOCATE fW fc jilASON Proprietors KtKIIPiO TUESDAY MAR 21 1S01 r sr FOR lMtfcSIDKNT OnOVER CLEVELAND Of Now Yoik rem vicn - president JOHN O CARLISLE Of Kentucky ANNOUNCEMENTS svon cikcuit court clerk HENRY R BRIGHT fi nf Mrmlfromnrv County roit snEiurF JOHN C RICHARDSON of Montgomery County K IVo aro authorized to announce on Jno D Clardy of CJinstinn ounty as a candidate for Governor subject to tho action of tho Democratic party lllon J L Elliston of Montgomery icountv is a canuiuato lor Attornoy Genera subject to the action of the democratic party k Col A W Hamilton will probably ibe a candidate for tho otllco ofCIeik pfJlo Court of Anneals lie will jjHJiiiusi umiiusmsuo Mippurt irom fuTomo peoplo and from hose jEho neighboring counties A gonial afluble whole souled gentle- who has always been at the Ei ice of his friends when they wantcd anything of him with a wide Icirclo of acquaintances ho will make fca rattling race Dr Clardy made a very favorable impression on our...

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. — 24 March 1891

0 HP k a it - -T fcn1 I k - 3 ieMi HF rooms terms ATTENTION F St L U The F L U Legislative -Convention will meet at Ca margo Montgomery county on the first Sarurday in April at 9 a m The Montgomery County Union will meet at the same time and place A full representation is desired J C B Duff 32 tf County becy FobKest A good houso of five by the year on rcasonauio Apply at this office Tho annual meeting of tho Com mercial Club Building Company will bo held in the Commercial uiuu iwu o morrow night March tT oTrTriftv bushels ted hemp seed R A Thomson Box 118 Mt Sterling Ky 32 3t Contractor Walker recommenced work in earnest on tho Court house yesterday The work will be pushed to completion ao rapidly as possible Jack Loonoy has bought and placed vin his J R Prater bought ot uarry ixvc lcs3 a splendid young jack nino HK f store a splendid soda iounuan i i wnvm ivnatliGi comes u ami us mu will bo ready to cool off tho thirsty multitude Settles Bros havo completed for Gay Settles Co ono o...

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. — 24 March 1891

W fr i J H tl 6 - t jftyiuium n jks i t I of Brigham Young had mado a con tract for building 1000 miles of road in Mexico taking in payment 2500 000 acres of land on which he will lo cate a Mormon colouy In the Circuit Court at Ilopkins ville George Griffey George Murphy and Ed Murphy all colored were convicted of murder and their punish k c VS A fl THE -ADVOCATE - NEWS OF THE WEEK i4v P7 TT Mn ll llt THe lato senator jiuuibi wn Kge cstato to his widow pho Lehigh Iron Company Rown Ia on Tuesday reduced tno Fwagos of its omployns 10 per cent PrJnpn Tnrnmn Bonanarto died at Rome on Tuesday aged 51 years Ho was a claimant to tho Mythical Frcuch throne Farms aro abandoned in timo war Something is wrong when they aro abandoncdin timo of peace Courier Journal Tho Stato of New York has re ceived a cheek for 2213330 her Bharo of tho direct taxes ordered re funded by Congress New York suffered a 2000000 flro n Tuesday night It began at tho corner of Blccekcr and Green streets in tho great dr...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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