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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 2 August 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. — 2 August 1892

lW VS AC Irtt W ft- L ki W c 4 -- I I H ft- r 1A JiJ V 1 Sv V THE ADVOCATE Advocate Publishing Company MT STERLING TUESDAY JUJY 12 1692 DEMOCRATIC- TICKET FOll rilESlDEXT GROVER CLEVELAND For VICE PRESIDENT ADLAT E STEVENSON FOK CIKCCIT CXEltK UENItYJl BRIGHT S ron siiEitiKF tV JNO C RICHARDSON FOK CONCHES We aro authorized to- fcnnounco IIox C R Biiooks of Sit Sterling Montgomery county as a candidate for tho 53d Congress from tho Tenth District subject to tho action of the Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce Judge John E Cooper as a candidate for Judge of this tho 21st Judicial district composed of tho counties of Batli Menefeo Montgomery and Rowan subject to the action of tho Democratic party We arc authorized to announce Mr Henry D Combs as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Menefec county sub ject to the action of tho Democratic party Tq the Democrats of tho First Ap pellate District I am a candidate for tho nomination forjudge of the Court of Appeals subject to the ac...

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. — 2 August 1892

3 I V J r f StafJM tgrms MBV aio jSS tHJ 1 L V1 t PO ij KJ 4 a tim ltd Kna rei WK vymm nmitlE W ilim KI ST e advocate lMMJ4vfcTl GENERAL NEWS- taw rfnthB and twico that number friiostratlons occurccl in Chicago Wwncsday from tho heat iftccn hundred mord men in tho Ing trado in Now Yqrfc city wont a striljp Thursday 9o Supromo Court of Michigan h declared unconstitutional tho acts i af 1S01 nnil 1885 roannortioniuir tho f i State into Senatorial ana V6 districts At the Manhattan Club in Now York George K Sistare a membor of tUaniUMT fli m whirl failed for - KfCUi v--- 000 committed suipido by shoot- f jjMnmsen Miss Lizzie Garrett sistorof tho late irahn VL Garrett and aunt of Kobort I i S 8 1 t T It uarrett wasquicuy iuumui uuiu i Ha fere Md Wednesday to Dr E II hile of SalisbQro Md nrnin Tnnl nf Hm nlfl Rnatnn honk UUIIIIJIW - Tickuor Keed and Fields died ifMnosdny aged 80 Ho was Lieu taumt Governor of the Slato in 1851 I lid a membor of Congress for several iw Tho result of tho sur...

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. — 2 August 1892

fy rjqwrrrrmy r THE ADVOCXtb i4 ttM MR VANSANT Dofends Hlmsolf Asnlnat a Chargo of Unfalrnoss In Cnlllns tho Cm lottsburg Convention Wo cheerfully publish tho following loiter from Mr It II Vims nut Nat urally ho fool protty soro nt somo of tho harsh criticisms lu regard to tho calling of tho convention to nominate a candidate for Judge of this Appob lato District Ifoiug too good and too true a Democrat to desire to saerlike tho intorest of tho party to that of any ono man ho tlocs not like to rest under tho Imputation of lending his otllcial position to political jugglery Sandy Uook Ivy duly 231892 Kik Anvocvn t Dear Sir I notice in some of the papers published in this the Firt Appellate District some com plaints against mo as u member of tho Democratic Executive Committee in calling a meeting of the Democratic Committee to llx tho timo and place for holding a convention to nominate a Democratic candidate for Judge of mo court ot Appeal v The llrst complaint is that I failed to not...

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. — 2 August 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 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 2 August 1892

rf i yfct 1- J i R- W 4 fan1 IS 1 1 vipfnip wvnptjjBs n fa TWi JBIB 1 H V THE ADVOCATE HORSE AND TRACK Old Dictator has served vor 20 marcs this year Oro Wilkes by Guy Wilkes Will just about load tho two-year-old di vision this yerr A pneumatic tired Bulky is being made for Nancy Hanks by a Boston manufacturer J C Sibloy intends making tho kite track at Mcadville Pa tho finest training ground in tho world Tho admirers of tho pacer Mascot 213 rate him as good for a milo in 2 08 Nancy Hanks failed to lower her vpni 1 sit Cleveland last Avcek Tho best sho could do was 2 I3 A swimmiming tank for the uso of horses that arc troubled with dickey legs has been added to tho equipment at Cumberland Park Nashville Tcun Feeding a horse principally on grain and driving it live hours with out water is like giving a man salt mackerel for dinner and not allowing him to drink beforo supper time Tho Axtcll Allorton race is oil Mr Doblchas notified C W Wil liams that his horso was out of shapo and wou...

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. — 2 August 1892

jc i ill rldiUKp 1L ySmm rwBS mm wmiSid fffl V TJW f I Ml I S3 Tv iffft msi rsmt Lwali M vB fWatSio it u J Mill oirtffliif i ri vmmmm umm rzm w JllKMftXii tWbLe Bros Wholesai e Grocers ii open September 5 1892 HE ADVOCATb Kentucky Training School will 45 lOt non Frank Ropport of Cincinnati was in the city this vcek i i a annmnitv and at very V - i tt rnitinlw11n flow ngurcs at uij yw Paris panels the latest uuug Iryans i E Childrens parasols and ladies A TA1 Cnmtinlo y parasols at cpst at ouuu foorn To the Wife of J W Clay ily 27th a son Fino fans largo stock at cost at H HiSth ri Dhn Samuels S B Hon Robt Riddle is a candidate h Circuit Judge in the Twcuty tmra district f - Marshal Charlie Wilson Amanda Payne Friday on arrested a bench jfkrrant from Winchester Summer goods of all grades hand f TvWBSt IV 1 MVH le patterns and all at cost at jonn 1- 1UU1B W M v - wJrrra i l v ho best fresh meats oi an mum atChailio Lapples and eoldftty t prices Bush has resigned his position m1a Tlnnn...

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. — 2 August 1892

tul f1 fT - a satf L ji 3oV ew toi fr a1 RK i s I I H 7 L - v Cs THE ADVOCATE Tha Soutl Needs Relief Certainly tho South has no quarrel with Mr Cleveland His opponents iii Now Yoik place their opposition on grounds which cannot appeal to South ern Democrats and in Now York all the breaches aro healing Stand together in tho South Demo crats Mr Clevelands administration put tho Southern States in their prop er relation to other States of tho Union Southern Democrats were put in the Cabinet they wore put on tho bench they wcro named as the nations rep resentatives abroad Clovclaud ottered tariff reform to tho South His tariff messago points out tho only path by which tho agriculturists can reach a condition of case and rea sonable prosperity Mr Clevelands election secures three things in which tho South is vitally interested First it will bo the death of tho ForccBM Second it will make certain the re duction of tho tariff Third it will check the reckless prodigality which has character...

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. — 9 August 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. — 9 August 1892

THE ADVOCATE Advocate Publishing Company MT STEKLING TUESDAY AlJGCST I IS02 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOKlKKSlDKNT GKOVEIt CLEVELAND IOIl VICE lltrSIDENT ADLAI E STEVENSON For For Circuit Judge Joys E CooyEit Of Montgomery County Commonwealths Attorney C W Nesbitt Of Bath County ron cmcuiT cleuk HENRY R BRIGHT ron 6iieiiff JNO C RICHARDSON FOU CONGKESS Wc arc authorized to anuounco Hon C R Biiooks of Mt Sterling Montgomery county as a candidate for the 53d Congress from the Tenth District subject to tho action of the Democratic party We arc authorized to announco Judge John E Cooper as a candidate for Judge of this the 21st Judicial district composed of tho counties of Bath Jlcnefec Montgomery and Rowan subject to the action of tho Democratic party Wc are authorized to announce Mr Henry D Combs as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Monefco county sub joct to tho action Of tho Democratic party To tho Democrats of the First Ap pellate District I am a candidate for the nomination forjudge of tho...

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. — 9 August 1892

t k J Wf w SLIP JFVf ofR V 1 THE ADVOCATE What Is The Force Bill The Itcpabllcju declarations in 1888 iiufarorvpf a bill regulating elections the rdcommendatiousjn tho messages ofPrjUicUnl JIaWlson wlilclbrought forth tho Lodgc Davonport bill tho reaffirmation in tho Republican plat form of J892 of a clomandfori such a bill and a declaration td tho effect thaUho party wilt- neVor relax its oirortsuntilsuch a bill Js secured makesjt necessary for every Demo crat whether ho intends to votoi for WJeaer qrci0Y0landfullto ttridor etaud tho nature and tho scope of tho measure Tho Courier Journal has published this bill sevoral limes but it takes a lawyer to analyze such a bill ind show how it would operate Tho bosbt dissection of tho Forco bill from thoistandpoint ofthp lawyer Is that made by Speaker Crisp In a letter to his constitutentg acknowledging his rcnomination Mr Crisp calls their attention to tho three great issues up on which Republicans and Dcriiocrats1 divide Thcso are tho Ta...

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. — 9 August 1892

I ra M fA IV- THE ADVOCATE i L Little Things It is curious to noto that many Ihinga which have- turned out most useful discoveries for man having great influence upon tho lives aud destinies of mankind owe their be ginning to some slight accident It is said the art of printing took tits origin from some rudo impressions taken for tho amusement of children from lctfcrd carved on tho bark of a iicoch tree Gunpowder was discovered from tho falling of i spark on some mate rials mixed in a mortar Tho stupe nduous results of tho steam engine may all bo traced to tho boy who sat watching the steam as it came from the noso of a teakettle4 Electricity was discovered from1 a persons observing that a pieco of rubbed glass attracted small bits of ipaper Pendulum clocks were invented after Galibo stood observing tho lamp in a church swingiug to and fro Tho telescope wo owo to Uho chilr drcu ot a spectacle maker placing two or more pair of spectacles before each other and looking throiiglL them a...

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. — 9 August 1892

T 5ft i ft r v Eg Ay x J KV lit z The House Cellar j EV to Manage an Orohard e following rules for managing orchard wore prescribed by the ountfy Gontleman 1 Select a kooc sSiljfwhoro trees aturally grow well Jtm securing aatafal advantages W 9- Plnur r1nnnanr1 tf RlilivflWlftpth iioecl crops for a year or two previous ly all the bettor and pulverize well 3 Lay out tho lines Jtf straight TOWS 4 Labor will bo saved by running plow several limes in ono ii to make the earth deopaud mol- Wj removing tlio stakes temporarily finishing afterward 5 In taklngup tho trees from tlio tacryy sco that roots are taken lip a bot long to hold thorn firmly without staking 6 It planted in autumn pulverize the crust of tho soil early in tspnng ami Rftvnral times saftoiivaid and if setin spring pulverize- itassoon as any crust is formed 7 Keep tho soil clean mellow and well cultivated all through spring and summer at least thrccrlect -on cith6r feidc 8 This clean culture is tho best treatment next to wh...

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. — 9 August 1892

J b lj ftJ5 tn ft ftf tmfrr iwvr T v BV B TfrftpwcxTE WlftHt Shad Troos In the Pasture iA - A Reversible snaKe t An Eastern paper tells a story of a liver colored snake found in India which is said to havo two mouths though in point of fact it has only one mouth at any given time Its mouths arc- reversible occupying one end of tho snako for six months and thou changing to the other Tho man who tells the story says ho refused to believe it until ho captured ono of the reptiles and had it examined by a physician with tho result that tho stories about it were fully confirmed This is probably a caso whero the letter killcth and tho spirit makcth alive Tho rovcrsiblo snako is an al legory It means tho doublc t ction protective tarill bill which Maj Mc Kinloy and his accomplices havo turned loose upon tho country This reptile has two mouths ono of which it uses to tell tho manufacturers that it exists solely for tho purpose of saving the country from tho cutso of cheapness and to tell con...

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. — 16 August 1892

4 L lyJL JL 1 M J j OXr III A M i fc DVERTISING RATES O I car lSCStlCTllS IMonths insertions iMonths iscrtions m Months Eight Insertions lOno Month- Four Jneertiona I Throe Insertions I Two Insertions to Insertion SS52SH55S888 - w - ta h o 28SSSS88888S 88S888SSSS88 SSS888SS8888 S3l3S8SaS8888 ssesassassss 888888888888 S8S8S8SSSSSS Court Directory judo John E Cooper presidlngThrd Monday Monday November mSv and the FouitU In rnKKT OF 00HMOK riKD Iudoe T J BcSwr presiding Third Monday Jn ptomDcr ftnaju sArrsox presiding Tuesday afj Third Monday in January Apm u uiy uu tober Monday of each - BR OTn 8tW GrYvSs presiding First Sat- V -mill rauy in cut DnnPFSSIONAL ATWETT practice in the Courts ot Kentucky WW OUVttorneyLavvaaSneyo MAS Tyler mTLEU uqiM All collections and real estate tactions or anything concerning when w5tlT5t1LMTK Bamcs nr R THOMPSON M I W SaDin eKterlingKy - - Ki CH AS 11 DUEUSON D ijpfcrslclau and Surgeon tssi Vr n HXtf FOUD lot Mt Sterling KyO b MACKTADLER CO WHOLESALE ...

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. — 16 August 1892

ft r THE ADVOCATE Advocate Publishing Company JIT STERLING TUESDAYAUGUST 10 1S92 DEMOCRATIC TICKET F0K IKhSIDENT GROVEll CLEVELAND ron viCE niKsiDEXT ADLAI El STEVENSON For Circuit Judge JdHN E Coorrit Of Montgomery County For Commonwealths Attornoy C W Nesiiitt Of Bath County 3 FOlt CIItCUIT CLEKK HENRY R BRIGHT vflrfue F0K SHEKIFF JNO C RICHARDSON FOR COXGHESS Wo arc authorized to announce Host C R Bijooks of Mt Sterling Montgomery county as a candidate for the 53d Congress from the Tenth District subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo arc authorized to announce Mr Henry D Combs as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Menefcc county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party To the Democrats of the First Ap pellate District I am a candidate for tho nomination forjudge of tho Court of Appeals subject to the action of the Democratic party Tho countv conventions havo been called for August 13 1892 and tho general Convention for August 18 1892 at Catlettsburg Your support is...

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. — 16 August 1892

HJFr f K JWi vw ww Tg f FisJi f WE v THEADVOCATB Frankfort Correspondency FliANKFORT lbvAtlg 14rl802 8 Advocate The Legislature has gotten its consent to tako a recess for turn months ml it is probable tlioy will rest from thoir labors Tuesday to rccoiivono on Nov 15th While tlwiso self sacrificing work worn law vrimkcrsaro sojourning in tho bosom of their beloved constituents it is pos sible tho elongated auditory apparatus of sorrio of them if well attonded may hear something drop and would bo a mattor of profound regret if it should rovo to bo themselves who had Hon from tho promt pinnacle xf the peoples confidence Somo querulous unsympathetic nics express tho opinion that their bora will bo protracted through tho bg days of 1893 that per diem with many ofthem is paramount to tho public good but when adjournment sine die comes thope will bo sad eter nal partings a long farewell to all their greatness and political death dews will be gathering on many a marble brow t The Legislatu...

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. — 16 August 1892

L I r j fety fiftii y Y i ft ti jiv ---I nrmlllWBBWi it is thirty millions Iu Southern cot ton mills twenty thousand more oper atives are employed now than ten years ago Iu railroad building aud traffic in ccnuner J and business rsponding strides have been made The railroad mileage has been nearly d ubled Tho riso of exports from Southern ports amounts to nearly one hundred million dollars National banks have increased in number from two hundred aud twenty to six huu drcd and forty whilo their capital has risen from fortv five million to a hun dred million dollars In 1881 the as sessed valuo of property in tho South waB less than three billion dollars in 1S91 it was nearly flvo billions These arp merely some items of ten years Southorn progress Tho 10 sources of tho South aro boundless Its coal and iron deposits alwas tho foundation for tho greatest pros penty aro so great as to dety compe ition Its forests of hard wood sug gest vast industrial possibilities In tho great mineral aud...

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