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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 20 September 1892

L fefc jirr 1 IS jn Ml THE ADVOCATE n GENERAL NEWS QnnMbm IToftvint rtf 1lA Rfffllrt N iJffetfue of Democratic Clubs announn thai he Will isstio a call for a meeting sonic timo this week Tlio w6rkof orfcanizlnsf clubs 18 going on actively wloVertho State The first cabin passengers of the JNormanuia wcro safely landed and enscpneed in the Surf Hotel at Fire Island Tho injunction grantdd tho cowardjy Laymen was dissolved and lAoJaiuling was made at 8 oclock last Tuesday just in time to escape a fierce iWiucl storm Postofllco Inspector Poor has jailed T B Parrel mailcontrafctor botweon slaliasseo and Carabello Flat for robbing the mails oif his roote Chief Murphy of tho Department of Public Safely of Aleghttny Pa and Detectives Glenn Kornman Mo Cluro aud Donaldson who wcro charged with cmbezlcmcnt were acquited Mon day Henry OIIopetof St Paul Minn superintendent of Telegraph of thc Omaha Raihoad Company is heir to an estato iu tho Nortlk of Ireland worth several millions of dollar and ...

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. — 20 September 1892

V fMimii ty V f - I A- A - r ijj f vr r THE ADVOCATE NEWS i IN BRIEF Jrllr Mengo and Co grocers dtTow Orleans suffered 125000 loss by lira Thursday William Cunningham attempted to gulp down a raw steak at PcokskillN Y and choked to death The leading society ovont of the seasou at Dotroit was the marriago Thursday evening of Vm E Bailey of Soattle Wash to Miss Fay Alger at the residence of tho bridcls father General llusscll A Alger Bourkc Cockran opened tho Democrat ic campaign iu Now York at a large meeting at Albany Thursday night Ho said the Forco Bill was the main issue of tho campaign The Grconsburg Pa Works owned bv Kuhn Bros Glass shut down for an indefinite period Thurs day throwing 300 men and boys out of employment The works arc now nailed up R L Duke tho young man who was shot by Gcorgo Forrest at Mem phis last week is dead Owing to the strong feeling against the murderer and tho throats of lynching tho force at tho jail has been increased At the christening of a Hungaria...

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. — 20 September 1892

ffi b TRIMBLE BROS WHOLKSAl K GROCIM m M B L E inS Wholesale MT ADVOCATb taMa Mel papers for palo at this office PMartinis in Cincinnati this pk buying goods rstock of light weight overcoats Irp Trimblo Dentons and Irices are the lowest aiast news from the sick bed of r A Richard is that thoro is 1 visnblo chango in her condition The shoes aro the st For sale at Sharp Trimblo anions Wd havo quite a number of iis who want to rent farms nswho havo farms to rent should ill on us I Dr Fran Thomson and family of ftfon Ohio are visiting his fathers imily John A Thomson and wiU bo ere until Friday Dr Thomson has uilt up a largo practico and wo aro Had to say is making a fine record Mr John Stamper of Millorsburg the city Monday representing hitcrests of tho Hurst Homo co Company It was impossible Itecount of other interests for Mr rat to be horc i foils Wilkorson brought into our office Saturday- a mammoth paw paw the largest wo ever saw It grow on I David L Andersons farm near Levee this ...

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. — 20 September 1892

L V K K PH i a h P w SS J Rv IS- 4 THE ADVOCATE I dHME1 Miclv called in nucstion and lS til LJitt i t ir Jr idtAAJJM Homoepathy and Cholera Chicago Hoaltli Journal The advent of Asiatic cholera hi Western Europe calls to mind the fact that it was in the treatment of this dreaded disease thathomocpathy won its first great victory After tho cholera epidemic of 1830 31 in Russia and neighboring coun tries in a report published by drew Mordvinow President of the Imperial Council at St Petersburg tho total number of cholera patients under homocpathic treatment in tho departments of Saratow Timbow and Twer was given as 1273 with a loss of 108 making a rate of mortal ity of less than 9 per cent Dr Itath AvnB sent in April 1832 by order of tho King of Bavaria to collect authentic information respect ing tho results of tho homocpathic treatment of the Asiatic cholera and ho reported that out of 12G0 cases treated by fourteen homocpathic phy sicians in Moravia in Hungary and at Pragua and Vie...

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. — 27 September 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. — 27 September 1892

trMj9 ti Uki fi ft W -Ill iil V - - iv i THE ADVOCATE Advocate Publishing Company MT STERLING TUESDAY SEPT 271692 DEMOCRATIC TICKET yon president GKOVElt CLEVELAND FOIt VICE PKKRIDENT ADLAT E STEVENSON For Appellate Judge James II Hazelkigo yon congress MAltCUS Cj LISLE Of Clark For Circuit Judge John E COOIEK Of Montgomery County For Commonwealths Attorney C W Nksiutt Of Bath County Eon cntcniT cleiik HENRY R BRIGHT FOll SHEKIFF JNO C RICHARDSON FOIt JAILEK J M BERT We arc authorized to announce Mr Henry D Combs as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Menefeo county sub ject to the action of tho Democratic party Grovcr Cleveland filled the Treasury Benjamin Harrison emptied it IMPORTANT AND TRUE THE DEPENDENT RACKET IN It is entirely within the lines of honest politics that a candidate may make an independent race for anoflico and it is not cvidenco is itself of any sort of hypiocrisy that Judge Holt has so made his canvass for Judge of the Court of Appeals But his past political chara...

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. — 27 September 1892

iTHB ADVOCATE ia ESS FOR COLUMBUS DAY bparcdby tlio YuthVjCojgpanfon wMjcANiJfa o The Four Centumes Tho spectacle America presents this Jafi -without precedent in history kfeYom ocean to ocean in city village and country sklo tho children of tho Statoare marshaled and marching itnder tho banner df a nation and with thtim tho pcoplo aro gather- ling around tho school house t Men are recognizing to day tho most 11essivo anniversary sinco Rome obrated her thousandth year tho Rh anniversary of tho stepping of a ii9nhorc into tho Avorlds Hie lour couTplfeted centuries ot a now social order thccelobration of liberty and eulighteument organized into a lzHtiou And Avhilo during these hours the I Federal government of these United States strikes tho koynoto of this treat American day that gives honor to tho common American institution Iwliich itnitcs us all wo assemble are that wc too may exalt tho free feciiSpl that embodies tho American briuciplo of universal enlightenment uid equality 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. — 27 September 1892

h K fc II IT K ifr o V IS m v W TTI 1 If lk y t u i 5S K t 4f RVV r m THE ADVOCATE THE PLAGUE A PROCLAMATION It Is Natures Order to Clean Up Its History Illstoiy is 60 much devoted to drums and trumpets cabinets and camps that wo nro ignorant of events that have wrought greater devasta tions than the loudest thuudorings and bloodiest convulsions of civil war and foreign fights Revolutions and wars tho rise aud fall of thrones are but surface indica tion and underneath tho rago of men aro the sources of progress or retrogression It takes some ravag ing plague laying waste lniman life clogging tho wheels of commerce turning transportation toward the cemeteries and draping tho world in black to turn our thoughts within in tho effort to explore an unwritten history and to reach tho scat of tho wants and woes of men and tho agencies that havo moulded or made tho raco what wo find it to be Spaco is too short to merely cata logue the pestilences that have wasted lite A few instances will s...

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. — 27 September 1892

r BL - Risho rlHi MISS r m O ffi IP V UJW v W -1 THE ADVOCATE JUDGE PETERS REMINISCENCES Wells finding Bon Jameson only badly injured aided him to the shado of a wide spreading beech tree got walor from tho river in his hat bathed Jamesons faco and put tfoino in his mouth Soon after being thus at tended to ho revived and began In English to beg for his life It was not long until tho girl by the calmness ho saw around her tho kindness shown her by tho old Captain and timo to reflect scorned to calm her lown some and though still much alarmed she awoko to a more rational aouso of what was done and thinking it might result to hor deliverance looked most imploringly and scruti nizingly into tho old soldiers face Seeming to conclude that ho could not bo her enemy she sank on her knees before him and bciug unable to speak the English language or more than a fow words and then in a tone Bot easily understood sho ad dressed him saying Father I O Father and then by gestures more than by word...

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. — 27 September 1892

il e I A i I V UP IV Ert l i i Kr i tf M I- f iW i THE j ALcr NEWi5 ij M 4 n f S2i Ah ji a BRIEF v Tho Sovcvign Grand Lodgo of Odd- v follows will moot next year at Sill Dr Edward Cappo of Yalo College has accepted tho position of assistant Professor in Greek at tho Chicago Un iversity Mrs Mary Lyman of Bloomington 111 who was injured in tho Santa Fe wreck near Osage City Kas will prob ably die Judgo Ferguson Thursday at Now Orleans read a long charge to the Grand Jury concerning Gamblig All the gambling houses wcro closed Thursday night At tho mooting of the Mississippi siirtlVago Association at Des Moines la Thursday threo babies were chris tened by Rev Olympia Brown of Wisconsin Tho babies wore dedicat ed to tho cause llcdgepath tho leader of tho gang that robbed tho Frisco cxpross last December has weakened in his fight against tho authorities and will plead guilty at St Louis and take a sen tence of 20 years in tho Pen Bud Whcist a notorious despera do foully assassinated Alonz...

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. — 27 September 1892

i liWtTtrww Tfoi nnws is scarce Our readers Will find that out without much dif llculty Tho six new buildings in tho burnt district are ncaring completion and Will bo an ornament to tho city i m T P Martin Ss Coaro tho only milll uers of this city who have been to tho market and are now fHy prepared with ovcrything for the Fair W B Allen of White Oak Morgan county was in tho city last week Mr Allen is a merchant at Whito Oak lie brought down 40 head of cattlo and sold them at fair prices The boy who took tho pocket book from a buggy on High street is known If ho desires to avoid trouble for himself and lrionus no will return it to this office as tho own er prcfcia not to prosecute i Watt Gay showed us ycstorday a curiosity in tho way of a twin apple It was two almost perfect apples t growing from one stem and joined together Tho apples contained two distinct coves - Miss Lavinia Oldham will on Wed nesday of next week start lor a seven years stay as missionary in Japan if any will be...

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. — 27 September 1892

it t m lr ept n i VI 1 yJMiMimiiii r jr T m Vr - E i V C v 1A r p rttel5 w I THE ADVOCATE m KENTUOKYS GREAT TROTS Kiatacky T H B Association f Lexington Oct 5 to 14 WEDNESDAY OCTOnEK 5 j Gatoltccoiptsfor St Josephs Hospital 21G ClasB trotting - - - - 1500 231 Class trotting - - - - 1000 Two-year-old fillies 2 40 Class 400 THURSDAY OCTOUEU b Gato Receipts for Protcsjant Infirmary 213 Class pacing - - - -1000 225 Class trotting - - - - lOO f t Two-year-old 2 10 Class - - -100 FRIDAY OCTOUEU 7 iGatc receipts for Charity Organization 2 20 Class pacing - 2 2L Class trotting - - - - 1000 2 d0 Class trotting - - - - 100 SATUKDAY OCTOllEll 8 Stallion Representative Stake three-year-olds - - - - 5000 Blue Grass Stakes 1250 220 Class trotting - - - - 1000 Three-year-olds 2 32 Class - - 400 MONDAY OCTOllEll 10 Transylvania Stake 2 18 Class 5000 2 17 Class trotting - - - 1500 Two-year-olds trotting - - 1000 Dash 1 mile and 100 yards for pacers 211 Class - - 275 TUESDAY OCTOBEK 11 i 219 Class tr...

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. — 4 October 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. — 4 October 1892

- i ft T Bfo f Rf fe K v fo V THE ADVOCATE 4t For Fon Jaileu J M BEST Advocate Publishing Company- MT STEItLlXG TUESDAY OCT 1882 DEMOCRATIC TICKET yon rntsioENT GROVER CLEVELAND FOR VICE 1IIFSIDEXT ADLAI E STEVENSON For Appellate Jiulgc James II IIazeluigg ron COKQliESS MARCUS C LISLE Of Clark For Circuit Judge John E Cooi ek Of Montgomery County Commonwealths Attorney C W Nesiutt Of Bath County FOK CIltCDIT CLEItK HENRY R BRIGHT FOIl SHEMFF JNO C RICHARDSON Wo arc authorized to announce Mr Henry D Combs as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Mcnefee county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Grovcr Cleveland filled the Treasury Benjamin Harrison emptied it Italian the famous French philolo gist and litcratcur died in Paris Sun day James II Wood voted for the negro Asbury against a whiteinan James II Wocd is in favor of the Force Bill A E Wilson accepts the Republi can nomination for Congress in the Louisville district Ho commends the Force Bill and the McKinley iniquity 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. — 4 October 1892

o I Hn f A r y U Ik h l k a 1 1 - r u - - v J THE ADVOCATE How Covingtons Winner of the Championship Diamond Badgo It New Orleans in 1886 Got Left Looking For Soft Snaps Be Comes to Bit Sterlings Blue Rock Tournament and is Met by Company Entirely Fast For Him bio and Jake Gay for first monoy t fr I too n Ben Tcipcl ho Covington ltickcr and manager of tho Shooting Park who operates principally on Sunday is sore over his losing at our Tourna ment Saturdays Covington Common wealth has almost a column dovotcd to scoring our Tournament Among other things it says Among others wjio throw up their hands and con fessed that ho was a blooming sucker for being so easily ensnared is Bon Tcipol of this city winner of tho worlds Championship Diamond Badge at New Orleans in 80 In 86 Ben Teipel was considered a fino shot Maud S at that timo was also tho quo on of tho turf but both arc in tho background now Ben Teipel camo up from Coving ton expecting to catch suckers and instead ot shooting agains...

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. — 4 October 1892

Wl f Blri EM y siEFf anr j jbkit IBii if ST- ft m 111 L 11 VA Iff T K W W - tl Buz J tnF4 V ii sr i K t i K 5L m 9s In W Lf4 V I A WJJWBKMB THE ADVOCATE Ej The Jerks Tho most remarkable manifestatiou of tho great religious movemont which swept over this country just beforo tho war of 1812 was tho phys ical and nervous disorder known as tho jorks Tho jerks took their name from the fact that tho wholo body was affected and that in a sin gular fashion Tho arms and legs would bo thrown about apparently by a forco boyotid control of tho in- dividual sometimes tho head would bo thrown backward and forward with groat apparent violence while occasionally tho muscle oftlio entire body would bo affected and tho indi vidual would fall upon tho ground and ilouuco liko a fish The disorder was epidemic fre quently affecting greatuumbors at a time and attacked alike tho irreli gious and tho pious those who believed in it and those who did not A case i3 on record as occurring in crr 1lni n CI olnVO...

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. — 4 October 1892

V i i r en i M m fi Ml i t i SVZ TB Tlitl liarititf us Francos tighter of MI residing in tho f lE ADVOCATE Jlriiifii LPETERS REMINISCENCES iiavwg said so mucn 01 jus ancestors tho writer dooms it i hi tj Bay somo miuys ui mo ma- inc His mothers maiden or Fanny Wood Owou and Kato county of Va At tho timo of his Iffa marriago she liad but ono no brotlicr Her sister older Micrself had married a Mr Lewis er Tlio two sisters were tho issue of that marriage Her woro of English descont her maiden name was Kato sho belonged to tho farm- ses JLler parents nau lis for people of their class for The writer has seen somo todfathera writing and it it was a good hand and ig correct On tho marriago Ihor her parents divided their consisting mostly of slaves lilieir two daughters taking itioiiB of their husbands to tho parents during their t has been said in one ol numbers hereof that his grandmother camo to Ken- mi his father and her fromaincd in Virginia with his itor Mrs Waller But he camo jtneky ...

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. — 4 October 1892

hpwHw llplf t Pi Cfe i J 4A y i j X fBk miiv Ttf ADVOCATE Democratic leaders horn arb becom ing moro and more confident of tho outcome as tho timo of tho national election approaches Thero had been much general comment at tho quiet equanimity that ha9 prevailed thus far throughout the country among alio voters and it Jias been interpreted ly mauy as a lack of enthusiasm if not interest in tho issues involved Astute politicians howovcr think hoy understand in soino degree this condition of affairs Thoy appreciate tho fact that tho people the plain people of tho land as Mr Clovoland respectfully denominates them are doing their own thinking his year and will cast their ballots as a result of thiscarcful consideration without regard to tho dictation of political bosses They believe that tho voters arc becoming better educated in po litical issues every year and aro exer cising tho right of suflrago inoro in telligently and with less regard to partisan and sectional prejudices That tho ...

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. — 4 October 1892

iff Hf ti dc Remember Columbus Day at ovory School ltOllSOi Sco those stylish ncctins a Crimblo Doutoua They at Sharp alo the iU r - Iis9 Alice Estcs and Mrs Emma faker will unite schools aud Ula tho 21 at Antioch church t rvyn vpft Rnlmol houso shoes are the best For sale at Sharp Trimblo Dentons rrotect your hoaltbby having Brunncr to mako you a pair of bis alt solo shoes 10 6t Rnrn nn tlm 23 lilt t0 tl0 BOOH Nicklo and wifo of Sroncor a F tor Pliig slock of liglit woightoats ovcrc at Sharp Trimblo Dentons and their prices are tho lowest m Go to Brunncr and let him mako you a pair of his cork sole shoes and coop voltr foot warm aud dry a i Irho County Superintendent wishes tatimi 8 cwt of thanks for that pound qako sent him last week by leachcrs Miss Margaret Petit of Loxington who has been spenbing tho wcok with hor sister Mrs Geo II Sohorn Lturued home yesterday much pleased rith Mt Sterling aud the Fair i m i I Cincinnati butcher cattle sclliug hero r 2 to3ic Good feeders aro w...

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. — 4 October 1892

go kV wV v il i K Vb f li Rt r sr KJW6iV ffir i 3k SDKISi C f0 W rr THE ADVOCATE Wo AT NIGHTTIME JADIS Oyor Ibo iflnt fen country thero were whito -1111818 rising It wiw already growing dusk but it was not going to bo very dark this summer night Tho weeds -had been cut and drifted doovn stream in thick masses A thin midtUo aged man stood by tho lock gates watching an approaching boat Ho vrm dressed in country clothes but he liad not tlieair ofacGnRtrymanjliowas palo and had a look of experience Save for the regular sound of the sculls every thing was quite Savo for tho man ait the lock gatcsand the solitary occu pant of boat ithoro was no one in eight It vwas a wide flat desolato scene The boat was -rather a heavy tub and the man who was sculling was tired and out of temper Aenrule lie was thought p be a distinctly ibrilliant and genial young man but ilie wantod to get on to Nunnisham which -was five miles be yond the lock that aright jsnd he had jbeen delayed sby tho weeds Tho gods...

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