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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 27 December 1892

2SSS - Matt M Gardner ustaincd tho li deprive the 30 of consult k fclc m Kl n TlEMVCAj HtyPHOJ GENERAL NEWS An ovation WM lendcrqd lrsiaiit pict Slevensoti KohvlllelicoUleRS ho passed that city ou route to AtUiita Mrs Sadie Jolk Fall Gardd thWH of Nashville has irtilt for divorco from hor by insurance k mm- V VnBMB I T- IV the rough once rouglit iiabaiul 4 IB I A until Inn afiklilff that Hiclill sub- ordinate positions cinnloyett ou the Louisville and Portland fcanal bo plucodiu the classified etAril Service lit bnen tircsonted to the President by Iteprosontativo Storcr of O hid Tim Bnimn1 ronort oftho Interstate Commerco GomtnisslojtVuplUias been accomplished VyMap thttho existing cdstraIotv Klte law by tho cdutts caunbtjirevctit dip j crimination - wj The Louisiana delegation in Con- gross tliink Ml Dan CulTerty will bo appointed by Gov FosiAlto illl tho latQ Senator GibsdiKl unexpired torm J 1 Tho Fort OraugoW at Albaiiy N Y burned and thrccflremcu were killed by falling walls On...

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 December 1892

lie f KING HOLCY V i Wffl 7 r V SCEPTER BPANCH i St XI chains fiocaufo tlio Einnta Clatm I Today Okrlstxma aa Xt lit Celebrated IittU and South An Old riuntallon bridered curtains amy gorgeous Christ ntu tree all aflame v4 tblightand color where are gathered fashionable throng t of tho J earth and good -will to num holidays In tho northern home- stoad on tho fi southern tvAhii tion anions thoso wlin trrt flnwn fn thosea itt ships and among tho peoplo of all civilized lands it Id tho ono season of tho year Vttirlgid by a reign of hospitality iricufc and open heartcdness It recalls fTto the old tho pleasures of youth nnd riranjiports many an absent ono back to Ybisxjwn firesido nnd quiet homo in tho early annals of Now York city nvhonitwas Nien Amsterdam and tho J turdy Stnyvesant was commnnder in chief when our now crowded Broadway Was below Wall street and known only as plain Heero straat whoa our business throttled Maiden lano was Tmaagdo psatjo Tho MaidonA Path whoro tho red cheek...

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 January 1893

lth yitiwgffiZ HF5 PMCrJI M r 1 J J4 h ji ntor IIH in ttimia e Uti anitffi GlCvettiiijdV IfitaitfeMntQtt j4Njyurk Senatorial flaht t n Spt in toad of hsWWe other tack fro id V ijatfonly irfuiHirir tfcii is iW u tit ilffe rgest r I ViflV - with the exwjitlwj Cayor Grte of Jw T k ffarttf hour In Wjushlngtem lav tfltti Setlntor Carlisle it jBht he tried td Indue the bfo accept the Treasury port- BulterJjld sin old miser laa uuy wiiem iew persons MftjS 184000 to Dartmouth kept a second hand Jriycd in apparently groat pnlttec of six directors of the Jfoi Insurance Company of ik liava requested the Stale h Jo tiring tUt for the ap Itof a rccoiyer for tho com KliQ committee declares tho ho company haye lavo been misused seizdre of smuggled was maue in ban esday Tho contra- of 1200 hI at 12000 Vas he shoatlng 6f the fer Oceanic from tfy amounted to lover o excite- y of a tanner Ick by his sou rathef find son Jatter going a n from a trip ro commenced it grabona up father three Y A HrInHif 0-...

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 January 1893

Cfe o Mi ifco - v k iuth AfiMvSHBHBr I uicetioii oi Iminutioii of Sliou of last felt in the Rlictcd 1V Urn Id in Southern ptthtalhtd Letters rolTuncnt uubmicbs iibhrly all portions thai there It u hotter Ail fpoliug existing in Ijyio writers ihan wears past Lives- fcomleiits say arc Saco their money in ig enterprises and Ess projects than be- Bjf affairs does not ed to one or two par- It seems tO 801110 jcarly all those in the Probably U is more fila North Carolina Jrgia and Alabama than in any tie others but it is represented Et this hopclulness exisls to a more frlcss extent in nearly all of the others Had the election of November last occurred before the Legislatures of tho Southern States made their ap propriations for the Worlds Fair t is Relieved that in nearly all cases these Iould have been far more liboral t tho time these States acted thejo Ivas considerable business depression En tho cotton and less rcmolo Irn States Hero in Virginia tho Legislature only appropriated 2500...

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. — 10 January 1893

WW m til Brl ver X whi 1RS1 my Stn i i i Iratl in Hie liM 1 Pored tricn have been ottt Ark on thq chafgo Preacher Lightfoot tho 8 A numucr 01 otner bo madoV - farmer named uaroer mnea west 01 it ocon itlnr o lcarncy iiiat nib wuu sbiU oh other trailed his wfd to mwiof a liorse r r CC0ftU iriWi ijr iv ftiici lVarreSted for forgery- Wednesday 8 he waa cnteliug Mid station house hodrow a revolver aim shot luinsQU through jllio teraple Tho IiCgfelatiira orortli Carolina cl gaiiiKed Jfonday by tlio election of John L King Prosldontof tho Senate atld Leo S Overman SpoaUor of tho House This ApscmblydoosnotCloct a UnitcdStatcs Senator v Tho explosion of natural - gas at Chicago Wednesday afternoon which wrecked Donohuo Henniberrys printing establishment futajly injured JltiBdell James and Gallagher Thomas fprinen and badly injured more than Fn scote of others - i i - A Surgeon Williams of tlio irarino tal Service who was sent to Vdstigato Jho Arkansas convict camp Reports that it is located...

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. — 10 January 1893

Sunt klitit Jfrn Ijro BUCCCO tato M to sup privat A ivuj fnust Itood lorrc Ininc IJrc8 ID1 M th to nc b Ou j exp 8tl an butlPotc Ucncy v ttiighl levin ai THE ADVOCATE W V k i Ai 1 4 Examination of tho organs of tho Uad convicts at Ltttlo Rock who wero surnoscd lo havo boon poiisoucd discovered no poison In tlio body Atbert L Lumpkin for yeltrs In tho Jtoglstry Department of Atlanta Gra Postolfice was arrested with decoy money upon his person Ho had been stealing for mouths Tlio Tascott reported to bo in Alaska will not bo captured Tho reward has been withdrawn It Is believed by tho murdered Snclls family that Tascatt is not tho real assassin Thojury in tho Sawyer will case at Salem Mass returned a verdict sustaining the will Samuol Saw yer of Gloucester left an estate of some 650000 of which 500000 or inoro was bequeathed to charitablo institutions A lew relatives received small bequests but most of tho nearer ones received nothing and thoy con tested the will on tho ground that IU ...

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. — 10 January 1893

tun lOi taf 91 i vi m il t tj A tt IV - wranrrjr 1 1 infff - HHKrWy 7 TMikoflfirto 4JR yi 1 U11l TiAtl II jHonff Wn1 fc ic Jig your if0 eoujFI MtXlctbl saaa BrI voi ot mu lave tut relies irort Ills wli A ing from tho Treasury without look ing at tho books at all Thoy will be iicky if thoy do not find even moio 1 Wl JyI hS1 rii ofiM ori it Ht is Bnn I livW0 Mum ApllUlUllg H Ebmrrrujidation umeiOiis caws V out orchards hut conld te lo a reasonable evoiA profit too hasty about tea years to got nil which was o lias oceii worn rough olio camo or rally irom neglect cdlno88 or ignorance of nature that if year alter year irom itliout tctvlnir something but surely it becomes cx finally fulls to produce ovy results The larin is orthlesi antt then mc ono with tho proper ig takes hold and by nngomoht makes it Jlftlgood crops So with thuds a tree cannot go on after year and bo ndor such a system of robbery st requisite to success says a in Tho Rural Canadian is will- nilnatiou on tho part of 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. — 10 January 1893

1 fl w i m Ou Vear i2 loocotlotta 6iK Months rrf Insertions Rhres Months US tniwitioas iT - Tif Xontlis eight Insertions Jij Ona Month ytr insertions IfTfetee loAertions 1Tw tiscrtlona tagto Insertion r it- sr -THE ADYOCATR ADTOCATK PUBLISHING COMPANY Mr stki USO iuespav j ax iq jsks i ADVERTISING PATES i W 4 t W fl h m H a a csssssssaa SSSSS8S3SSS3 583888888888 83388S8S8S88 ssasssass88s SS2SaSRSS8SS S8SS3S83S888 828Si2S888 w Gi OT S3S838SS88Sf Wit t he California Orange crop is ocf than for oars t TlHMcl n coal famine along DhiO River Valley A Rabbld dog entered Irvino last fveok and bit several dogs and a calf SieforP lie w killed Senatpr Carlisle is tu Frankfort ar guing no lottery case uctoro tle Court of Appeals and will rcnlain until kt The Kentucky Itiver Convention iccts at Frankfort January the I81I1 cutucky Jlivor navigalioi cheaper al lumber etc is the subject for istdcratiou and everybody fa invited iVr H Lilly has attuned the re- iiutsiuuu oi juuuui ui wie jil ii Eaglo ...

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. — 10 January 1893

fS JWj K pu Lqi bo Kir ltJ sen r t will b fnict h JT resl at iwra 1 Jflrbni Viy pre lalooua ard required li c ub at Richmdiid will givo a i h lor ng ill hold their etingfbrthe election pf rsidenoo of M lick - rcll on Holt Avenue Hon A W Bascom of Bath county in thn ritv Saturdav no win wmfrnnt nil onnosition and be in the flght forjUnited States DistvictCollec tor to tho finish Judge James 11 llozelrigg of tho Court of Appeals warf in tho city with his family from Saturday until Sunday riyt has wq Icial fart rtmimr He has started out predic icn S Intod to make a Jiood Cooper of tho Uazol Green li Wants to bo Master of the Wolf County Circuit Ho did valuable service for Jedwine and if the Judge was o another his sense UUcad him to tho appoint- r Cooper I Gordon is tho uumaof a man amo to Alt Sterling about six ago penniless ho showed a will to work and gentlemen backed nd he was enabled to got a pack goods and begaji peddling from nnsato house lie ireatnu every- V Iff t1 - n a 1 A Ib...

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. — 10 January 1893

bo bhapod at Will and is driftwood lit fM lw linttin of hlSCCts 1 THE ADVOCATE D wear Orfa For 1803 Many made but fuvr will bo kept taore I wonts than I wills To quit your meanness to bo s good clovei fellow Is to Invito tompta Hon Tho man who throws himself into tlo current i only a piecoof wax to serpents and tho slimy and filthy of creation Ills birth his life his death ia of no conAqqucncc Tho man of tho past present and tJifxn o ho iiHVcr drift ther aro of determinaiion and thoy aro always gc iug aguluit tho current in business tiny are bohlnd it and with a push they moVo forward Tho man who waits and uses no effort is left J he merchant who has his thousands dis counts all his kills buys choapor than his competitor and has tho ad van tape in popularity and acquaintance ad then sets down and waits dont ccced today Such men need to Lolvc they need to turn right out thoy ueotl to get a move on o get thoir wares before tho people fo show their advantages were we lot lit the busine...

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. — 10 January 1893

echo 1 t i fG iTE Y BATTLX lay lach Other Over Trival n Matter ring1 account of a bloody itbok place on Monday ravillo Wo tako from kcorrc8pondonco or tLe kirual from that place xxllest fight in Magoffin history took placo to day lil at r jftono mug irom suiyersvuiCi ro were eight or ten of the countys i cflMtt known citizens engaged on each it rrfac rmcu wn roPcanS rifles and ivypisloie and tlio trouble which id its inception in a trivial matter fie day before culminated in a pitch battle r John Davis was killed by a pistol fot said to have been fired after ho as disabled and unarmed V T cskins constable was fatally wound- by a shot in the right hip tlio ball ciafRHnS upwaru tiiruiiii um uuwun jContovlllo Doskins a Justice of the l uBitrt ltoo r4 linmi rttltwl clftnn tlin hUnVV l0 IIWI MVWU IWH WHV VU ht But ho loft a bloody trail on P ia dvinttr tlnviiifrli o Mfnnrll Atirl I IUIDIUH llSw WVUIHIU Itio 1 1 1 M 10 BUUI1U JL UlU lIHLliyt uu IS jpffwcdto bo fatally wounded ti in with 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. — 10 January 1893

w i w H tvr - f i V J V A SMinbon Q7 Jias bedji itililo at Tol ra Iluutcf mXh HORSE AND TRACK pout to no King aifclQiicori will both bo driven by Pcjlfljb thiSVcar Geo II Kctchum of Toledo Ohio lias bought liobcrt McGregor 2 17 JOima 225J has been taken up and Tf 111 bu drlvcniU the roatt until ho can go on the track lie vill be cam- puiitrdHhlSMsaasou by Ohua M Beau Allorfone 209 service fee this l00 last year This is a movo in the right direction Ilqrso palc8 this week at Lexington and yill continue uiitil iobuaiy 1st John Splaji will take about twenty hpnsos wHhhinfduhiBEurppcau trip und half of them aro already sold k Ed Goers and his assistants Jiavo eighty trotiers belonging to tho agoutm tublo under their caro at the BuflUlo track i The Yearbook in two volumos will bo issued about Fob 15 The American trotting stock briicd by tlioJatOjDuko pf Marlborough1 will bpspld at auction jn London John N DaVis of Columbus Ind hasboiight 6f California parties ibr 0 Jho black stallion Ant...

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 January 1893

schoj coin ilea V i QflSH avimvr SKtvnK VJ S UucuvS jtrokc oft ina votfj anwitwj iwir t1f h vf nog Bd sr M fc III fstoi8 and all of whom aro dead ire G II Niitinulluy of George- ni fell ou tbo street in that city and uko a bono in the left ankle pU Paducah the Knights of Pythias nrcnarlit to relebrato I bo fsaiy of fheir order Feb 19 Dhe deadlock in thoNenraska le after lasting a week was broken ednepday by a coalition of tho Dom- srats and Populists h - i I IIIII i -- vijd -no Nvu vv w SaStVhas filled tho Delaware river and W York harbor with ice and jtiOn is practically suspended t rrceiuoiit oiect uieveianct leit jnow jjjbrlc Thursday for Lacwood N J hiiero ho Will remain until he goes to Washington for his inauguration covNewYork barber and tlio North wiH East rh era aro almost as badlv PjgcAwfth ice as tho Ohio and tho 4 fruati is steadily growing worse W There are sixteou distilleries in Au derxon county with a daily capacity of 27360 gallons on which ispaid at 90 cents per ga...

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 January 1893

i s J V u i Y fau tef J I - l s r y M y AS if 5 y a IX THE ADVOCATE r KANSAS h jji It Looks To Our Friend B T Beau Since the Election QoodWord For Sister Lease and Sockless Simpson He Wants Charley Glover For Postmaster r Amid tlio general rejoicing of the omocrats throughout tho United States over tho great triumph of the iieoplo ft tuo a election outside of tho State of Kansas liavo but a slight conception of our - joy at tho breaking up of tho g o p Rtiil the complete rout of its followers I am Every Stato oflico has been wrested trriYi their clutches and a now deal from Governor to Janitor will be inaugurated at Topeka in the near future Nothing will bo left to re mind ono or tneir supremo ana arro gant iwlcs savo tho obnoxious laws Joft behind and Jho many other monuments of folly prejudice and extravagance in which that party 60 much delighted But they did not yield without a struggle a struggle so desperate so continuous and sup- ported by uch vast sums of money ithat at time...

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