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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 13 December 1892

TBJUff 3ffifeV8 0 r v W Ai 0 fr E- f trjHuow Ptoi J h V Ffed that tlic wifo of Pugilist t wante a divorce from hor m1 because of letters he is pass- i vliSg WHfe a Now York woman lV - Ittshnnjs Mayor has stopped par Inc with tho derelict Police Chief i Ufcod ha ordered him to enforco tho -which makes tho social evil a le to bo suppressed not regulated son of the Tomporanco Lecturer jmcis Murphy is tircing up Now iren Conn with his eloquoticc it of 10000- perfplo wlifilij ho ad- 8od iu thftt city 1000 signed the Jgo rcarlv a half million immigrants ived ut tho ports of thot Uhid Mea during the nino months ending itpmoer ov ji unt imiuuur - pamo from Germany 57000 from Italv and 54 from Kussia During thq nino moiHhtf ending aptombcr 30 1892 export of bread- Kituirij oxportcd by tho United States fiamoutiMl to 183545002 against 145025120 for tho samo period iu M891 r till a TArtt1nml 1 ITInfnei 4M ATSd JUIO llUOlUUllliai Ultiuio ui Ifiissippi met at Jackson Wednesday in ptfrsilance of ...

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. — 13 December 1892

vum to I t I V 2 i i r vi tf V w u b ihj sf I1 t r V M W R B I 1 - ft i fi - THE ADVOCATE cUrious facts Thcro aro 20000 kliulr ot flics Parrots cost but 10 cents pach to the dealers iu South America Caterpillars attain a great felzo in Australia some of them a foot in length Since football became popular in this country thcro has been a marked increase in tlio salo of arnica and sticking plaster Willis Brooke a -writer in the London Times is of tho opinion that wo shalh soon sco milk imported from Australia in frozen blocks and retailed in tho streets of London It can bo dono as easily as importing butter and apples Tho Provident Bounty Association of London is prepared to insure mar ried people against twins and triplets Parents who desiro this kind of insu rance nav 25 and then in caso of twins they will receive 260 and in caso of triplets 375 The announcement of a forthcoming English wedding contains tho request that the old custom ot throwing rice and flowers should be dispensed...

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. — 13 December 1892

r t a il 7 w ut i i 1 1 - i i winr i ii riwuyrnm i in i I i i n 1 1 ADV0CA3V General news n 35 Tawlbce having resigned aa jaeter d AVulbpV Breathitt pty W 11 TaUlhee has bceil Ui hi place 1 jk Phillips tho noted IiKo desperado Is not dead as ro threWeeka ago At that he was wounded 111 Jjawrenco only slightly and has kept if under covering probably for rposQ of getting even with his int t week while- in a feeble Georgo Doriohue of Bard3towu a do9e of Chloral from which eath resulted Zeko Smith AVho was mlssod from riiprniag Glory Ky has been ioftnd t the Liquor Cure at Maysvillo Ky Representative DuBurrow of 8 desires Congress to permit tho oriels Fair to open on Sunday and m introduced a joint resolution to hat effect but a day of rest is need- ill aud Congress will hardly sustain tiioresolutiou bUice water lias iicon cut on auoui forty of the girls working in the Lox- gtou Steam Laundrios hayo secured ork in tho Laundries at Frankfort iiat city has an abundanco of pure ater 5At a s...

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. — 13 December 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 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 13 December 1892

Bi I - t - 5- o Li iifiynwwi i mijip jirjiij itgwig t - t o TJ - 1 - liloward Howell mid J 13 White fyepui chafed of Mrs Sarah Winn is1 three story brack business house West Main Street for 7000 Ktn1iiiii Tinrt f lift huirtRt and hv far mW elegant lino of Christmas gitts over brought to this qityrjand at prices to suit Sallio Collins paicntw unknown was brought before the Court fay adjudged of feeblo mitid and will bo likely sent to the Feeble Minded Institute A couple of itinerant Italians in r t A on our streets yesterday furnishing a t largo amount of arhusement for the M IT small boy Major Fowler Superintendent of Iho Kentucky Training School has c engaged ProfessorYarker of the K Mf I to take a position in hie bchool 5s aftcr January 1 i The man who put iu the steam fix tures for heating the Court House seems to have worked a job on the county Two or three times since Court began it has been frozen out by a failure to got up steam Jas Grigsby has been discontinued from tho poll...

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. — 13 December 1892

r m I IN V JjjIfcW fc W Lia - K iiiinHiDiiaMJTrr 1 1 mspsmmTJsmvvyMmm mo PW1 ii 1tL t 7nrPim rr i j w r - - - - m j w ki - - - - j H ii iiiiiiti ilm tin t mnn iiiimi i mm j A AJTSTijr J - u n t A THE ADVOCATE The Post Master Generals Report The Postmaster Gonornl mfintlons at th6 beginning of his annul report to the president of tho chief develop ments of tho year as follQWs Five Million dollora added to tho gross rev enue tho deficit reduced nearly a million moueyorder ofliccs increased two thirds or from 10070 to 10039 olghty citlea supplied with free dolivoy twenty Eovou hundred aud Ulnoty now ofliccs established 203 offices advanced to tho President ial srrado sixteen ard three fourths millions ot miles of additional sorvico 1590 pew mail routes established embracing 8500 miles of now scrvico ocean mail service extended aifd pneu matic tube service introduced On freo dcllvory tho Postuiastor General says v Tho experiments liavo related to village but it has been a daily ser vice...

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. — 13 December 1892

V a XT aawji A i hMltrrta i H -THE ADVOCATE i A CLOSED CAREER Thfe funeral of Jay Gould yesterday marked not only tho elope of an career but the end of a rtimalrkable era There will never be a another Jay Goulfl r The rare combination of traits and faculties -which mado up this wonder ful man are not moro impossible of dunllcatlon than aro tho conditions which mado his career possible The boy -was father to tho mau The nervous rostloss ambitlouR scheming lad dissatisfied with thu hard and poorly requited toil of his fathers farm and sctUng out to live by his wits had within lio frail framo the promiso and potoncy of tho future s1 master of Wall sheet Ho was in dustrious temperate crafty silent unscrupulous rcloutloss He had tho instinct for accumulation which has beeu well said to bo worth all tho rules that ever were written for tho gaining of woalth Ho had precisely E rt5 btain aud tho moral naturo for J thn Tirnrlatorv carcnr into which he f drifted aa naturally asa spider goes 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. — 13 December 1892

- rfi Jfi rV t If MR THE ADVOCATE I ftrafttS TWffih 1VL W47 vocatc f lfef 1 1 land stock and crop Wat Fleming of Nicholas county VaOsbltl a pointer dog to Major McDowell sof Lexington for 200 Danville Ad- t Wjn Thompson bought of Too I Honry lOhcad of yearling cattiu nt 3 cents per pound weight 790 pounds J S Wilson bought of It II Board- man 5000 pounds of tobacco at 12 cents and of Dick Bishop 4000 pounds at M cents Mr Wilson has cdsovcral other crops in tho neigh hood North Middlctown Adrauco j Messrs Stcclo Botts havo bought during tho past week 200000 pounds oflobacco from growers pi this vicini ty and near Donoral and Pisgah at prices ranging from 9 to 14 cents wir pound They havo already begun re handling and shipping to marEct Messrs Jehu Givcns and It A Talbot t Sold this week to Messrs Steele Ss Botts their entire crop of Burley about 15000 pounds at 10 cents all round The crop was an extra lino - 0110 Tho Owen News says that local buyers havo offered 15 cents for Several ...

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. — 20 December 1892

u KW mas ttfir ijftc Ifu M h VOJD III il The fireman Herman Wcssling ami Georgo Hood who wove injured hi tjio Swift Rolling Mill explosion havo died of thoir injuries Toughs attempted to tako possession of fumino olllco at Big Stono Gapya but the man in tlio ofllco killed two men and tho office was not disturbed Near tho lino between Knox jnd Clay comities John H Bowloy and J C Asher woro shot and instantly killed by unknown parties wheunade good their escape T iIiko lioirn linnn emit in vnrimis macs of tho Bounties asking that delegates ho appointed who will meet in Lexington lo day to consider ili n rnnrl law w - Sim Levis wife caused considerable excitement by going to tho gambling house at U4 West Jefferson streot Loulsvillo tho othor night and lead ing lior husband out after having thrown a chair through a window Harry JM Watkins an employe of a Paducah manufactory has suddenly disappeared leaving his wife without a word of explanation His wife foars wmo liarm has come to him a...

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. — 20 December 1892

J v w V J iSK v iUiiuww I feu 3fflfcw BWmutgiMJWfrmwiwinwiiiCiJimwiMP UlliJlUaBMlWI THE ADVOCATE Attempted Train Robbery Near Huntington West Virginia Shortly after twelve oclock on the morning of tho 13 hist as the F F V tho favorito train ou tho C O was pulling out of Huntington West Vir ginia East bound thrco robbers en tered the flrstcla88 coach one held tho door from which thoy entered while tho others passed firing two pistols in order to intimidate awl or dering bauds up This did not work up to their expectations on account of fearless men on board Ono of the robbers was attacked by OacarJTriok a German from Chicago who with his betrothed a German lady from Cincinnati Miss Anna Echler were onrouto for Gormany whoro they were to bo married attacked ono of tho robbers and forced him to tho floor when tho other ono on guard advanced and although attacked by soveral passengers after shooting ono of them Peter Drake of Cincin nati in tho log aud foot reached Tiick and placing 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. — 20 December 1892

f u - I H Ii i THE ADVOCAtk a If awT Th M Mh ri vhrc i SW krtl Sipl l6 5tn aiati tbel fin us fogABX MY GOD TO THEE rV y rOrgat IM aingar out Youll wver Forger mo song Nearer my God to Tlicc XeatdrtoUhce JiJen though It be a cross ShfttiRlectlunc urfllv strange song to b6 hoyd dibthe street in a crowded tenement V polite quartet of this great city I Yet these Wore the words 6ung m a plaintively sweet voicp that sounded fchayd the noise and bustle of Adams tvet the other day Tho isa cred husic soared up -through tho yielding ir and hi at tho windows whero the otnqu busy at their household brk lu clear tenor tones which told fjf a voice which bad at ono timo been cultivated with great cai c They told fa foiling in tho hoart of the singer rlilch relieved tho song of tho com- tonplace sound so rarely absent from he songs ot 6treet singers a spirit in horongh consonance with that ot the bng aud tho dovotion they spoke Tho women left their work and ero hreellnes had been sung oycry win- lo...

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

l rh i1 ii ess Pt f o 598CB8BH Trimble Bros Wholes e Grocers iwLlj4mrfHifiNniri i tTrTf f w Rl M BLE B ROS -Wholesale c Grocers - KT STERLING KY u 25 1 aM CTgHE -ADVOCATE jjrge Alii ttrttr nf tovs In the J 1u J v olffe urn yrhem KNwterh arpose fTOi WLny r Laps ch rth the iu omp atW 6ic u N A Barnes will have 1000 onus and 100 Moua Hulk Oysters for Christmas Barne3 will have turkeys celory ranberries and oysters for Christmas ivo your orders early igotrie one has been stealing S P Kurts 6om frow his home on Winn Street The thief is goiic but Mr nlhfrlMwatching for his return ElderP II McGuiloy of Nicholas ville wilf succeed Elder C S Lucas a pastor of the Maysvillo Christian chtfrch Jan 1st Mr Albert Duff of Meuufce county a merchant near Wellington was in thft cltv last week purchasing lor mo holidays 1 MrL F Calk icceivcd a telegram Monday from his son Thomas at In dtfpeudonce Kansas saying that his second 6ou Leo had died from diph theria L - - - - a m - Wm Seo and David Jassifly ...

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 December 1892

M lt l SU m EBKLi R ADVOCATE Thcro Urn cvon Hobrow members itbo British IIoui of Commons Tlio niA who is perfectly wjtuietl wcmh oxnctlv 203 pounds for ry iootiu heigU iijs3 Nra llousor has becu choson Viul for Uic silver qtattto of her Eniive State Montana It ia stated that thcro arc 50000000 lumos in I tic public libraries of morica while there aro but 21000- vOOO in Europe ItvA lcadincr Philadelphia socloty lndy bus hair G3 inches in lciight Slio only 01 inches 5 feet 1 inch in M jglght Tho Federal on of Labor voted a 10000 donation to the fund for aid- pliff Homestead Blrikcr3 A Philadelphia preserving works TViil exhibit at the Worlds Eair a ap jt tho United States feet Idefuntirely of pickles fruits table etc The French lihotocranhor JI MiiVtsy has succeeded in photograph- jnj a dragon fly on the wnig llio Hmo of oSi03uro Aras only 1 2500 of a second A resolution favoring an appropri atfou of 100000 for the Worlds Fair ivas unanimously adopted by tho Kentucky Stato Grange in s...

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 December 1892

a ss Hfc ADVOCATE Eveuine lppev something very WiiJ6met Green Clay mti u au- JLaige line of gents Imnilkorchiofa Ik and nne for Christmas at reeii Olay A ChotiatiUs 20 31 liero has been organized in a fcatcm city a company of women rtth seven women directors for tho burposoof controlling in tho States aad making maonino wmwi ran Serated almost entirely by women aves of bread perfectly kneaded and laoed can bo turned out oy this into which tho ingredients tacldno r the bread are placed nlmost as Phpidly as newspapers from ono ol improved presses and witn Jess implication of mechanism Auto- jnatic opening and closing valves lift the loavc3 into tho oven and revolving brushes clean tho molds and pans irhen not In uso s Kate 0 Clarke has just ro ll from tho cities with a line of fiful novelties that will bo suited for holiday presents Uilliuory department is well sup- with all that tho tasb of tho fastidious could demand 2t t Harry Campbell is beyond question most artistic tailor in thi...

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 December 1892

mfffr f ictIZ K JMJr II miI 1 Wift pmm fJl I Mr w r ra if M It Brow proof Uio P Ttfu f ihorolun 54 ire 5te ucJtho -v he auv ii - Topk ocnwio of u dumeslk writ ten on jfcMuscumui disfSB IMfev row 4 a j f occatol J 1 THE ADYOCATE In tho Georgia Senato tho bill ac cepting tho homo for Confedorato vet eran offorodas a gift to tho Legis lature was killed by a voto fo twenty thro to sixteen A frightful explosion took placo in tho Bamfurlong colliery in Laiipas liire Knghuid and between fifty and ono hundred men were instantly kill ed or wore suffocated IJlchard Simms of Cyuthiana dctOk ty pick P flu electlrio light Wm that hail eOitttf in contact wllh R telephone wire and had been burned off Tho shock killed him instantly The Emperor of Aunam who has been mentioned so often in the foreign papers recently has now 200 wives each of whom with her sorvants lives iu a house in tho palace garden which is surrouuded by a great wall Charles D Youug a boy of 12 of Donvor Colo has built what his fr...

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 December 1892

kj janmt 6 v I MT ilw a Weekly mtii SMJ1 WI 3Ms RW b jfON iri Vnr n rliftfiff a Jiff fill vxja bill gar niBut SST IIOW can I tell tho story- jR Xa J f iM1 My pen refuses to write L HBft i e life t Mv I would jlvo licr gems of light From tho caverns deep of rilijht Opals rabies emeralds green Diamonds brlclit with flery sheen All tbo spices rich and strouu From tho enstern landsof song rerfunjea heavy musk and nard Ambergris opaquo and bard And tho tissues soft and rare That Circassian bcaatlVcar Thai with clinging tender fold All her charms should closely hold I would give her castles fair Far in Spains ambrosial air Tall and stately shecncil with gold Ivy Grown and gray and old Sinco I cannot glvo her theso For I lack tho needful pelf I will glvo her If sho please All I haro my life my 6clf DAvid A CurTi3 tii Israelites riii ic 1 v i j - ij i lZf A SL - is J r j nVfstt vvv r ia ti fiLSfie ESSiONsyyppa 9 OODBY Henry saidtho warden holding out his hand Goodbsairt tho man 8 ho grasped...

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 December 1892

If 1MWU ii IV btj Dcmotratio dicmbej f a ii irii riw o j feu bom lilyaroii If up ohissl of vouiall 10 IHCUI till kUIalivu j cw M K ParM hto bo mado jifct too Not- Drool - v m J tales for iciWjW1 oi aiof tubes vtiifei8 si Kfkv of tho cafblion of j m m i Itfhcr cltiuevilWUa ftSgyaKift church Svi h fr iL -a fj - iimnCP a Christmas cas nvhich was a di ricks subject fo sermon at theft hurcli Avas Ga crop in this cofis best advised nfi nl Ctfit AArlin vernoi k uuir it- iuij ft iolIo r pnecs KeQi p fill 111 I 11 f U I Hill IW l L 14deratelcFilnnts aVi Kn k losrilleTho younullo ituraj vMa tho Miwoiltlln i prnor Amos icair but he ktiWptt of Sajivillc i lio sees n lor alt States ceotor mm nf comlllRO bnjH curcely BT utatSs liB L n a a- lnMH iiuinrjuuu ul iiiulb rict tho lnoato oof the Draska Moost ti to indicntil mn9t Jcd ex- gorenstainioomt js to ixCHijy nucuVpLi ni f CasMty Mmu Christy f irilaudpomo uiliiud Sam 1iinno KjLtlic ia J iw is oaivt Connor lpparcut x j i0th of Park olFoffa l0 take...

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 December 1892

1 iiL i - l P1 0110 aitot ably tho ilDVo ATE f tM f IS diamonds arc yslnl Piiki a lies to a ash- jntly The bafeis ami counterfeits Of ffe A pure very dense rcm sort of glass JBto lv tho trade w a s i v Afri illb oVrh is ctfVX t J TTfrwaTuTpolishcd in lacots jWimo f6r imitating othor stones tsup as lWcp emerald sapphires etc io oxide are mixed with it I In manufacturing glass for Wl purposes tho processes employed we I to bo conducted with tho uitfost jiicqtj For -making cycii thobest mirrors unnecessary silica is obtained from ordinary white quartz wmio common window panes a r produced from sea sand to a ltwge extent but in thlscase rock crystal Is substituted composing about fifty per cent of tho ingrcdioifis of the paste To this must bo addcit twenty two per cent of car bonate of feoda aud duo proportions of calcined borax Baltpotcr and red lead All of theso things aro reduced to the finest powder mixed fused together Tjy heat in a cruciblo aud cooled slowly Tho density transparen...

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 December 1892

L IUU aif llh r t Hi irtl uotX tiArf irw toYOCATb - illohinar Company lltjDAY DEC ir K2 RJBStNG RATES I Insertions I jortlorw ir ivwons to Pi a lTlira tlnn Irj cs a buccci tlTflt 7171 it Titf R B S t ft W 00 - M W 8888SSSS88SS S8a383S8g S8S888888888 3838S88SS888 Sob S8i2S8Sa8888 888888838888 8Sa8S8SSSSS8 S8S88S388S88 cgudritnont is to bo mado illj JTow York nnd Brooklyn i ps lor rapid transit ot man i of tubes Tlioro is strong of Iho extension of the L t e t tOlHJOiiiIUP ll llu lcli g nows com es fIfomTiojom led that President Eliot lias iSn9 willingness to have tho wS tho coliogiato education of tf popularly called tho Annox if ted with Iho University upon imdUioiis and that tho con- ta likely to be met N Y ivoittor Ames ot iuass Fs follow- to the Now England ILuformClub l that tho time has now como n f rH nnftlnb llllUUliaipillil Wl MUll l lf if ti il i Avofklorrotherto so reviso tho t iun iu pun to seen i o to every Stale of tho M said county to pay any or all ol naturaj raw mate...

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