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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 11 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. — 11 October 1892

l a f M V y A gf - i THE ADVOCATE Advocate Publishing Co moany MT STERLING TUKSDAV OCT U 1802 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOK riltSIDEXT GROVER CLEVELAND VOIl VICE 1KFSIDENT ADLAI E STEVENSON For Appellate Judge James II Hazemuco fok COJfOllESS MARCUS C LISLE Of Clark For Circuit Judge Jons E CooiEit Of Montgomery County For Commonwealths Attorney C W Neshitt Of Bath County fok cincuiT clekk HENRY R BRIGHT FOK 61IEKIFF JNO C RICHARDSON Fok Jaileu J M BEST Wo are authorized to announce Mr Henry D Combs as a candidato for Circuit Clerk of Mcnefco county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Grovcr Cleveland filled the Treasury Benjamin Harrison emptied it A NUT FOR THE GAZETTE TO CRACK Wo earnestly commend to tho atten tion of our Democratic readers the following extract taken from the Na tional Republican a paper published at Washington City and which faith fully voices the viewB of President Harrison We would bo glad to have some of our more decent Republican friends 600 what its pro...

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. — 11 October 1892

V m m f i ii 0mB m fi vi4S V THE ADVOCATE s covered a mile i id Alfrwi Temydn cHel on Friday mriilnr at 135 oclock Ktiiet and peaceful v8 tho going it the loving ones around his raid not know the end had como 111 informed by tlje physicians Alfred Tennyson Was borii Aug 0 lfiWLat Bomeraby a villugo in Liur IwWslilro about half way botweon Wptlsby and Horncastlc Eng lie was one of tho twpivo emiuren ioi veii were sons of Rev G Clayton Tennyson LL D rector of Somoraby and vicar of Grimsby Alfred was1 taught tho rudimentary subjects part- tt homo and partly at Sadnoy8 Rllago school Alfred Tennysons Bt versos wero written upon tho dcl of Thompsons Soasons Pij182S lio wont to Trinity College CJftribridgo and in 1829 gained a gold inedal for a poom on Timbuctoo Ho published his first volume of poetry bout this time and in 1832 his second volume was published by Edward Moxon The story that Locksley Hall was based upon personal ex perience is said to havo not the slight et foundation In 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. — 11 October 1892

j If w mmin 3 I r Ho THE ADVOCATE GENERAL NEWS J 1 Morohcad a theatrical man ager was found dead in his bed last Monday in Now York having com mitted suicide- by shooting hlmsolf in the breast James Hughes Mastor Workman oftho Garment Workers Assembly K of L has received a scntonco of ouo year for cxtoition at Rochester N Y Rev Samuel Hongfollow brother of the late poet Henry Y Longfcl 4ow died at Portland Oro last Mon lay aged 73 IIo liad been in feoblo Jicalth for some time U S Grant- a nephew of General Grant and Correspondence Clerk of tho Sub Treasury was married last Monday at East Orange N J to Miss Alicia Sutherland Henry Albin an elderly marrjed mauof Stamfoid Couu while visit- ing a young widow at Longridgc was taken from the houso by bors and tarred and feathered and homo Quarreling as to tho appointment of au organist resulted in a 1st fight in front of tho pulpit in tho Lutheran Church at Lay Port Mich botwecn Ilcimau Grocsbeck and William Steinilz Joseph Greaves and Wi...

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. — 11 October 1892

rr fifc Offlcft u j ft K f X w n - V J THEABATK 4MWf Stock Notes Hems like ikrtimcd milk f Sheep quarters should bo dr Show stock aro frequently too highly fed to mako good breeders It ir said that lufd aud sulphur rubbed on tho HfTcctcd pjaco will euro scabs Itofuso cabbage leaves and all un salable hcadp should bo fed to the atock - - When buying cqlte lit i3 a good plan to seo what kind of mothers they have One beauty about wool is that it is a sure crop and -will aHvayfr bring casli at tho market price Clover lriakeiTgoodi clean meat at tho smallest expense Pigs in clo ver beat pigs in a filthy pen Tho avcrago condition of hogs throughout tho country witli respect to health is bolter than common A hog raiser says that if tho brood sow is fed oats wheat bran and mid dlings her pigs will bo robust even if she is fat Before breeding it is a good plan to decide upon tho kind of stock wanted and then muto tho animals accord ingly To provonl hog cholora give them clean quarters puro w...

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. — 11 October 1892

it ff fc i f ir t v THE ADVOCATli K - The Dalton Gang Wiped Out On Thursday morning six of tho notorious Dalton gang of train robbers and cattle thieves rodo into Coffey 1 villc Kansas and liitcliing their horses in an alloy proceeded to loot two banks tho First National and the private bank of C M Condon s Co Iu the mcantimo tho Marshal of tho town had becoino aware of their pres ence and hastily summoned a num ber of citizens to repel tho raid At Condon Jos bank tho robbers only secured about 300 tllo timo lock being on the vault At tho First National Bank they wcro moro suc cessful and took quite a largo amount As tho party came out of tho First National Bank they wore fired upon by tho citizens and a battlo took place with tho result that four of the Dalton gang wcro killed outright one mortally wounded and one Allio Ogee escaped Tho killed are Des peradoes Bob Dalton Grattan Dalton Joseph Evans and John Moore alias Texas Jack Citizens T C Con nelly City Marshal L M Baldwin hank...

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. — 11 October 1892

JBLI frjMiiu Tlwl V -- TRiM BLEB ROS -3 Wholesale Grocers VMT STERLING KY THE- ADVOCATE Miss Sallio Bcvkloy is quite pick j Go down to Jones jewelry store mid see Ills attractions 9 f Lard cans can be bought very cheap at W W Heeds aLj Tho Corner Drugstore is supplied -with all roods needed m tins traac s t I f i i Forbost white oats go to Barnes Trumbo ll 4t At Owonsboro the two-year-old boh of J G Zincr swallowed carbolic acid and died soojisafter The city scales have boon overhaul ed and aro int first class condition They balancoandfbrealr perfectly Fred Sonicur aud wife aro in Cov ington attending the Y meeting of the grand Lodgo of Odd Fellows E B Busby is fitting up a res taurant at his placo of businoss cor ner of Main and Broadway A man nanrd Chas B Camp swindled a number of suckers at liichiuond by collecting a dollar from each for subscription to an alleged Chicago paper which was to contain notices of the town It is said he worked soveral other Kentucky towns the same way...

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. — 11 October 1892

w w IVS n i i Wt THE ADVOCATE 4 - - MORITURNS Z feel tbo Blow soft -shadows In tho room pAnd throouh tho cnrtalua I can falnllr so Tho pattentfaco that was so much to mo AYhen llfo and low nnd hope wcro la their bloom TFhrouRh nil tho mist through nil tho deepen ing gloom It imzcs down in mild serenity As if to mako as ccntlu as niny bo Tho echoing pathway loading to tho tomb Oh Mother let mo grasp tbv hand whilo yot My eyes can sco thec lot thy liis touch mluo Thy cool hand trembles and thino eyes c wet Tho tears I weep nro tears of Joy divine I havo no pain I havono grief or fear And death seems sweof to mo whilo thou art near BtJrton Egbert Stevenson m Kow York Sun THE FATAL CAED Years ago the Mississippi river was famous for its floating palaces as tho largo steamers plying between New Or leans and the ports abovo were called Now tho railroads havo driven all tho boats off tho river Tho former class of etcamers wer in many respects de lightful but they never ceased to bo ob ject...

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. — 18 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. — 18 October 1892

Kmmmiimmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm HBr SKflnHHppisAfN p nam r - n tw tp jW ti t ii t it a r v p w i IK If r Bit For Circuit Judge John- E Coopeh Of Montgomery County For Commonwealths Attorney C W NEsniTT Of Bath County FOIl CIltCUIT CLEltK HENRY R BRIGHT FOR 6HEKIFF JNO C RICHARDSON Force Bill i3 iho Fon Jailer J M BEST We aic authorized to announce Mr Henry D Combs as a candidate for Circuit Clcik of Menefco county sub ject to tho action of the Democratic party Grovcr Cleveland filled the Treasury Benjamin Harrison emptied it WHAT YOU MAY HOPE FOR We take the following expose of tho Force Bill from the National Re publican a journal published at Washington and high in authority in tho Republican camp With the Lodge National Election Law in full force over the South and various Democratic strongholds up Jiorthj wo may confidently look for a different stato of political affairs than now exists jncw lone cuy win uiun return several more Ropublican more- than twenty negro Repre...

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. — 18 October 1892

Ife x tT1 - WhV 11 j 1 tf3 THE ADVOCATE ww i JUDGE PETERS REMINISCENCES 1 4m 9 It must not bo supposed that be cause my father had solcctcd the Ipgal profession for my occupation for life that while ti yin J to lit mb for that lie required no other Bcrvico of mo but going to school Such a conclusion would bo a most orroueous one Having boon diligently engaged from tho time of his arrival in Ken tucky trying to make tho dwellings for tho whole family more comfort tiblc and to proparo more ground for cultivation and having as ho be lieved to some extent accomplished theso objects ho concluded that tho timo had como for him to perform his promise mado to Undo Tom that ho would go to Virginia and bring his wifo to Kentucky To meet tho ex penses of tho trip ho concluded as he had dealt somo in horses when ho re sided in Virginia and that ho knew tho description of horses that would ecll well there ho bought eight or ten very good ones and having thrco or four very good ones besides thoso...

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. — 18 October 1892

ijV ft V Ruaul jBgES 1T uv THE ADVOCATE WORK FOR CLEVELAND How the Local Democracy Enforcos Its Powerful Discipline In His Behalf St Louis Hepublio Now York Special To iluy I went on au exploring ex pedition on my own hook I met tho boys who workup tho districts Per haps many of the readers of tho He public have never heard of tho Hon T D Sullivan but every reader of any Now York newspaper is undoubt edly familiar with Timothy Dry Dol lar Sullivan Ho has been elected to the New York Legislature six time and has jnst been nominated for tho sovcuth time Dry Dollar Sullivan is very candid He admitted that he was not particularly stuck on Cleveland But ho said the honor of Tammany is involved and weic going to show the country Democrats that were loyal and true My district is going to givo 2700 more votes than wo gave in 1888 How do youknow I asked him Uecauso Ive counted them said he Mr Sullivan then told mo about a kicker in his district who had been talking rather extravagantly about...

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. — 18 October 1892

i fl U8hcM F imi i eBteeem HB VK imrngm i n iTu Gratz v MttfiS E ADVOCATb Scotts OnAVEOF REBECCA Famous Herolno Libs In a Sadly Neglected Sopulchor Of All the women Sir Walter Scott has drawn Itobccca and Itowoua aro the heat known and tho best beloved says a writer in tho Philadelphia imes Tlio tender strength of llic lie tho tonucr sweetness 01 mo oinur romantic story thiough which ley movo and the perfect ion of tho ccfitrast ueiween mem an uunu iuutu to fix them firmly in tho hearts of all readers It has been said that Ito bccca is tho great novelists finest character If this is so it is of all tho moro interest to up for her prototype was a Philadelphia Tho orignal of Rnhnnna tho daughter of Isaac of - j t York was Rebecca Gratz born in this city in tho last century and still liv ing after tho two groat novelists who ivyEuccccuca acott nact ucen gauicreu 10 Avalhalla I stood tho other day by her forgot ten gravo in the llttlo old grass grown Towish cemetery on Spruce street jus...

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. — 18 October 1892

i r u 91 Ffi Hi t Ill WTTy TJ THE ADVOCATE DR VAN Gossips About His Trip to Washing ton and Some Things He Saw Arc you going to the G A II canipment was tho question asked us weeks beforo it occurred and by tho number that scorned so interested I estimated about twenty would go from here but when the hour drew near only one lady Mis3 Ida Thomas and four comrades wcro booked for Washington D C via tho elegant vcstibuled night train of tho X N M V road Nothing occurred to break the even tenor of our way un less it was somo woman losing her berth on tho sleeper and waking all in tho car to find her place It was a clear case of wigwam lost not In dian Quiet being restored some fat porker commenced sawing gourds with a cross cut saw So it sounded until 6ome humanitarian shouted Fire in his ear when he the snorer rolled oil the upper shelf and yelled for the porter to carry out his trunk first All had a good laugh and then tried to go to sleep but in vain as three ladies by this time had ...

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. — 18 October 1892

fiV knit si On oclock T Bwiu wiUMtSU U II i m e 1 Ouuothor pae loo found thcAi weed thoAflBsN clty ifMc attho ifVy fi uto Dr J A Vaneant and wifo - i w2 Inst aeon i J ft wi -- to James A Gibson and wifo 15 inst a daughter i lagftl Flags All sizes for tay at T P Martin Cos -- -- i Jo to Mitclicira ior a ooKing or u lating Stove Clcgant lino of Underwear aim isiery vciy cheap at T P Martin ont forget Senator Blackburns cchattho Court House in tins i CoMnvlntf fW 90 r iBarncs will be headquarters all tho iBon for Baltimoro oysters in cans jr i lid bulk Mitchell has tho handsomest of Baso Burner and Qpcn Front SIovcb of any house in the IGive him a call Je assortment of baby caps r 1 i 1 lues i wants cioaKs uoois uiiu Ftcns very cheap at T P Martin T Itov Sam Koyce a well known Ircacheiof tho colored M E church at his homo in this citjyon Sun- tat an advanced age O Mkrell of this city and n WOllil 01 icxingiou jiuvu t tho eTop privileges of the arict distillery and will feed ttlc f John...

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. — 18 October 1892

ft i H - TTV H V How tlin Dos AccomjilliiliCfl by Strategy What Ito Coultl Not Otherwise Liko tho western ranchman Flor ida planters roundup their cattle at stated intervals to take account of them On tho ovo of ouo such roundup every ono took sides in a controversy as to tho ability of Tigo a famous old yellow dog hero of much difficult cattlo driving scarred reckless resourceful to bring up to tho pen a particularly wild and vicious black steer whoso lawlessness threatened to demoralize tho wholo herd Tho scene opened with what looked like a hopeless confusion and rout Tho steer allowed neither man nor dog to como within whip touch Tigo to his supporters amazement arid disgust kept well on the out skirts of tho scrimmage all tho time with his oyo on tho black monster whoso bellowing shook the air At last tho dog made one faltering run in the steers direction Tho creature rushed upon him and there with without moro ado Tigo started in mad ignominious flight tail be tween his legs 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. — 25 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. — 25 October 1892

ffi s l i li in i K THE ADVOCATE Advocate Publishing Company MT STERLING TUESDAY OCT DEMOCRATIC TICKET fok president GROVER CLEVELAND THE FOIt VICE PRESIDENT ADLAI E STEVENSON For Appellato Judge James II IIazelmgg FOK CONGRESS MARCUS Ci LISLE Of Clark For Circuit Judge Joiin E CoovEfi Of Montgomery County For Commonwealths Attorney C W Nesmtt Of Bath County FOR circuit CLEHK HENRY R BRIGHT FOE SHEItlFF JNO C RICHARDSON Fon Jailer J M BERT Grovcr Cleveland filled the Treasury Benjamin Harrison emptied it Remember the polls close at 4 o clock under the now law CAZETTE AND THE FORCE BILL The Gazette in its issue of Thursday last took the editors of the Advocate to task because theyhavc broughthomo sheet the fact Republican to this same that it the Gazette is in favor ot tne Force Bill The editor of the Gazette begins by climbing to a high plane of ethical journalism but in his anger and malignity ho at once drops to his pro per level aud vomits forth his spleen taking occasion to heap...

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. — 25 October 1892

hi k i i i ti rr ma ta thM S V SHALL MONEY RULE J TJi World adopts as its loading r uticl to day the oaccioet ana timeiy trordior Wayiie MacVcagh spoken Tat Philadelphia on Saturday night Mr MacVcagh announced that ho toW for Harrison in 1888 but that the notorious corruption by which tho election was carried aud tho courso of the Hepublicanparty ainco that tinio had caused him to break away from lifelong associations and resolve to rote for Mr Clovoland vUpon the quostion which now takes Bedouco of all others Shall the Presidency bo bought ho said During tho last twonty years by very slow approaches largo numbors of wealthy men in this country havo persuaded themselves that thoy aro at liberty to porvort government from itsnoblo and lofty unction of securing J tho greatest good to tho greatest num ber into Jho baso and degraded func tion of taxing tho majority in order c to hand over thoso taxes as bounties 4V it AHA 1 to snen persons as in rcimu iuv ihubu gJ favors will contribute...

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. — 25 October 1892

fr J JflE ADVOCATK OLEANINQS According to present indications there will bo but about half the usual apple crop in Now York Stalo Diseases of plants are not duo to tho weather but tho weather may bo favorable to their propagation from pre existing gerniB The worlds visiblo supply of wheat is now tho largest ever recorded at this peason of tho year being in round numbers 24000000 bushels larger than one year ago Put a little piuo tar in tho hollow beneath tho under jaw and around tho breast of horsos and colts that run in pastures whoro tho small varieties of flies aro ploutilul Thcso little pests aro sometimes terribly annoying Ono reason why very much corn should not be fed to growing pigs is that the surplus fat thus produce will check tho trrowth of bono and muscle The growtlj4of thcso should bo uniform with tho tanking of flesh Where a natural pond is located on tho poultry farm by all means keep duck for they arc paying stock and spring ducks aro in good demand all through tho ...

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