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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 17 January 1893

tficlioc Jfl com im IVL tS xnga veo WF w rs pw Iic i i i at New Orleans 1 i ML if a Life That t cod Figure In His Generation of His Jareer Eventful Bonjamiu F Butler law lioiati and millionairo died at hia Washing Idonco No 220 Now Jersey uuuiiiuaaii i j v sday morning General Butler avs to a more or lcssagglRUit lis realdouco in WaBlAigtou gh many of tie scenes xitliia isful ventures have been locd here dcaJLulug the present -winter a case Slihad been decided against him io highest courts of the jjtato of a8sachu8ott and in which ho took an appeal to tho United States iircmo Court has demanded his almost constant icsideuco in Wash lugton Every Monday ho was a familikr figure at tho eessions of that ratty when tho decisions wcro hand- Led down His acre as well as treiioral UWftirineiit of health while listening ho tho oral decisions lookintr for hie own was a matter of remark time and time again Finally a low weeks ifio cVo was decided against him vi m r P T riier or not tuo loss oi...

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. — 17 January 1893

s y f k v t atAA jV M One Year M Insertions Six Months 1 Juaartiona Three Months j SaHsertiuus Two Mtmtlw Sight linWrttona Ono Month Imir Insertions Three Inwrtlons Two Insertions Single Insertion Wt THE ADVOCATE ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAHY Ml STERLING IUKSDAV JA 17 1M ADVERTISING RATES ag2H22S 8 8 8 V Wa - 8888PS88S8SS SS8S33S8388S 8SS888888SS8 S3aS23aSSS8S sanssassassss 888833333888 83aSSS2383S S2SSSS83S8883 -- T1 T7 trn rtf Wot Virginia is load from heart disease las Keto n burglar and Biical tliUf has been captured and jailed at pinovillo Id this instie is an inlereHting letter from our friend It T Beam of Wichi ta Kansas James Luno lias rented tlio E O Orear residence on Sycamore Mrcet and will tako powssion in a- few days Since the agitation of llio probabh election of aU S Souafqrin tho verj ncir future there ire lots of people up this way who are for Gov Brown to stay whoro he is The Kentucky BaptUt published b Kev Xaih hai boon located at Louis ville Air Nash Will aleo beco...

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. — 17 January 1893

5 Vi V tnakea kADVOCATE IV 3d timd to renew your Four Job work U will bo Rd tastefully executed png term ot Jurs narrw pens Monday January1 28d - off your Job work to tbo wlleo if you want to Bcctirc the lit the most reasonable prices next term of Mrs Harris schotfi will begin next Monday Jan- 23d n To the wife of Torom Skid- ncar Spencer ou January 10 a ifr Zaok Conner of Bower Powell cottiity a leading lumbor and cattle dealer was in thp city yesterday I - M 1 - i pjaJH county iarmera have struck it jnvheat mat eecnieu vi muu Ill bring them in considerable money Seven negro meu left hero last week tobocomo members of the United i Slates standing army We havo more to Bparo Aou IJicliardsoli UoJwaB iasi wees aoidgda -lunatic and on Saturday A B Bailiff took her to the Asylum at Aychorago So Mt Sterling Fair will be much earlier this season It will begin July 4 and continue tour days We havijgno ot tho bestmiletracks in the TTI T i ITtTrnl l Sllfforpll ft UI1C1U XlU t JLxywM stroko o...

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. — 17 January 1893

- L1 VHfc M m m WuH w a iY M1 5JS n W H l 4 t iv TEE ADVOCATE Moisture Killing Boos tTT Ikj old fashioned straw liiVes had lcal this advantage especially If rf covered hum Tloy vcro f2tnru -and it sheltered dry thin a largo absorption of the taiceistiiru which ho bees make hi the Miiirts below Many modern built aivo i aro hi lack of ventilation It i tJiid lo givo tho right ventilation without leaving tho been loo cold xmw1 Cfifiio itmrtnn kiililrtlifrii In 4WJy absorb tuokturo and admit air i -placed oyor tho ventilating tiiva American Cultiyatui To Relieve Choked Cattlo Take of iiuc citt chewing tobacco enough to mako u ball tho tizo of a liens -egg dampen it with mclasosso V icsuluores clo3olv olovato tho animals kcxd pull out tho tongue and crowd itic JmiIJ us lar down tho throat as iks iBhs In fifteen minutes it will cause Meekness and vomiting relaxing tho a08 so lilt l allu whatever kMf tetty bo choking it will bo thrown up feJS f i remedy never was known to fall Pxacticai Dai...

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. — 17 January 1893

echoif I L I I f fit l JDVOCATE QULTUBAL NOTES that kinky tails mean is a timo when a good bunch of not a mtlsatico A lacked lime is a good Jor tho hog quartets pedigree is all right wiiou Ent iudlviuual merit icro is an awaking to tho co of bfpcdlng to tnorougnorca res Sheep aro protltablo for wool mut ton to kill out weeds and to fertilize the land Tho man whoso farm ueeds budding up will find tho sheep a good animal to assist in renovating tho laud Dont compcll or allow Iho hogs to pile up on each other Separate them into more pons if necessary Tho American Sheep Breeder says that bix inches or a foot of clay w 11 traniped down for a floor in tho shcophouse will bo found a jful prcveRtativo of diseases this win ter There is danger of over doing the trotting horao business Tho average farmer better rollect boforo he embarks- Tho all around horse is the jno9t profitable for tho masses A writer for tho National Stockman iya that two fresh raw eggs given to slioep or lamb3 will cure ...

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. — 17 January 1893

I K A K t i t t V V it i t L lull tor at ri r ie it jl1 mitlUliyinii4iii1 lilijm i THE -ADVOCATE - WtlNlVtXMW W The Statistic ehoVjthat iho chances iilof a nasfcnniror boiiiiri killcil On tt f voad jouruoy arq only ono in 2000- Colonel William Millor Owen born In Cincinnati and who served tho South as a gallant General In tho War died in New Orleans Tuesday M IT McCorklo a well known Voting Knoxvillo man hook kcoper for Haynes Ucnsoii is short M SCO In his account Me played tho bucket shops aud lost Ex TroasurofeFocrstol has returned sib St Louis lto is a very 6ick man j During tho throo weeks that have i Relapsed shoo tho treasury break up 1 - his hair has all turned white J IrlIPattcrson of Knoxvillo v Tehnatlcdrrom London last week - aiidYeXpectcd home in a few days s It is tho great land deal which ban necessitated his frequent visits there Mrs Aunio Tcrosa Florence widow of the famous comedian William J Florence who died in Philadelphia JTovvlO 1891 was married in New York to H...

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. — 24 January 1893

v Jj Hire r blso t i IIT fjo Indians arc preparing lor nbtddog at Springtlold Ohio out twenty people irlet fever has made it kn tho city of Lexington Higrcsstnan Post ofilllnois wants tax on whisky increased gradually Ivontie is needed rho Kontuckv river lmprovomont convention will petition Congress to improve the stream fiom ite lioad to tile unto T1j no c la8 1as extended far echoouth and tis feared that Southern LgAruens nave ueeu grcauy uumuguu early small fruits A Select low at Williamsburg last eek ato Avutertnclons which had Jbeen preserved sinco BUtnmcr by be ing wrapped in wool tUack Cheatain foieiimn ofthe who received a serious injury last week by a pistol ball in Hu ankle joint is improving slowly and wiilo he may bo a cripple for lito his recovery is now favorable Mr Richard Siofer will have a salo st etockfarming implements and etc laj -February 10 and witl move hfa city and will take rooms at John Bentons on North Mays- street fjLast week several parties from this ifl...

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. — 24 January 1893

mtmTK In r J I k IP r 7 i a 1 ai t y iwm rmwmAX v THE ADVOCATb HOW JO DARN STOCKINGS It Is Just as Easy as to Do Thorn Badly if One Knows How Tho sooret of successful darning lies W running tlio thread of the darn ing potion so far on cadi side of the hoio that it docs not immediately fray and pull out of tho goods Take a long thread of darning cotton to begin with and run it at least half au inch along tho goods on each sido of the holb Continue Urn until tho hole is snugly Qovcrcd Now cross these threads in the regular darning style taking oarc that tho same precaution is observed A fetockimr darned in I this way will wear as fur as tho I ing is concerned just as long as though no holo had ever existed To darn very large -boles such as are ant to occur with even the moit careful of stenners when shoes are T S w s loose at the heels or ill iitUng times more than a thread of darning i -cotton is necessary A case like this requires a patch Such holes almost always occur in the heel s...

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. — 24 January 1893

i t a m - Cfw ADVOCATE wsmrtmwwui iHtmttmHHM Dsvll Water KtLoutsUloboDcmocrnt Lefc drunk on water asked lipbetl aa ho stood i tho St tniex and watcliod tlio bar hix a cocktail of extra vitality 1 - - iveruiur rreu mcroo wnm If 1 1 film 1 1 mi auvaiuafjo ui juu jii drunk I ever exnorieuocd er ult of drinking water I marking around down itmotiL Rrrti Madro Mountains looking long lost Spaiiioh mine and g an all around ioqi oi mysou Hie behoof of half a dozon Mexl llnozos when I discoTcred a little Xt finhliiur nut of thoxido of the PW Main The rivulot was no thiok v Tnau your Htllo finger but waH icy sflhoJh I started to fill my cup but oho tfthoMoxicans cautioned mo not to it lie said it was devil water ijuk d would make my hoad swim und fuse fnv leira to arow weak I t - 11 Irtontv mid lli1tlin1 tllilt I 7i tho eiiects prouueeu oy ino water were very similar to those resulting from the obsorptiou of too much bourbon He said that the Indians drack it for kidUoy troubles I thought it it...

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. — 24 January 1893

THE ADVOCATE ifitOCHE PUBLISHING COMPANY J 1111 I M - Mr feTlittfjlJttJ TUESDAY JA 24 lW ADVERTISING RATES am ------- -- M ttoaTur JS funastiona Ate Months 1A luaertwna TTUuee Months U Tucitiotid I tTww Months irut luwi Ucms lOtm Momn turn- Insertions TTwe Insertions iww ftiaarlions bass Single f aertioa r 1 4 f t w w 8SSSSSSSSS8S S3S883novottiidrosncctof jUi Kontuckians SSKSWSKS83S2 aSS8SS888S8S ssiasgsasss38 SSSSS8SS8S88 THE SENATORIAL SITUATION present incumbent in all points br a iiatriot statesman and philanthropist JTo find a man acquainted with the tlical issues as Mr Carlislo is and Ita1n strength of mind and power persuasion is adiffieult matter and his superior in all points jUI be far more perplexing Yet re has never lived a man be hi ferfo famous but that another ex- t just as great It ilia be that ho has not attained i - prominence nevertiietess such an Iks lives who with opportunities make iintclt Justus effective ml fatnyus As it now is it has been s vcaxB nien havo 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. — 24 January 1893

il his brother King Ford this week I - 0 1 Bargains every day this year for saslll Goods all nico and fresh ng sJiortdy 11 M T K Barnes Mr tl Clay Tumor who fell and Mco his arm on Monday liight of last ck is ablo tp bo about qls business i m - Thin bora ehreded oats something very flup10cont8 per package at E M T K Barnes Thocasoolllonry Bowling in the rnifiiiH with tho it OOl rllW tier ol n u urown vu mu wi j of last October is now on trial The second sermon In the series to young peoplo will be delivered at the m tvk mk JUf ffc Vs resbyterian Church next sun- bvoniug suojoer uypui iv lg Men Hockor of Monte Vista Cal iss Lcora Itodmon of this city married at tho residence of Uo TS ot il y TrSK mother in this city on Thurs- tninmm nf tho Iioso Guide Cbus Ohio is an artistic beauty lomtloman inako roso culture a Ity and have a tremounous rough tho entire county I yH llttbt catalogues i on i - ono t dauirhicr of Mr Sam iieirayVChilcsburg is very low with Hltix Mrs WHJNUuiiuuey from t...

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. — 24 January 1893

S tHE ADVOCATE fne ih iould ml tV JC5 jlM IUCI hii qui bit tern Ilfar cf jai e begin at period v mid be d tztw I se T gnct leu LN i3 ft HUtrV fanatic I t fcfirit Pi V- f1lTiv1 etiYmoafltl 11 lio ftOUl El ir died in the station house at AnU CMjXUIgUin UUIH JlUil Mlfli3U Tuholiwn M j JoliR KaloigH indicted for lho ltir of a thirteen-year-old girl in ilrcfUlMtlcoanly is in jail at Win- t1inffht fYlKlfi tfnmllli wrvt - i tt 18 Six inches of snow foil Tuo daj night at Tittlq Rock Ark and a gir Monlu i laserd heavy fall ig also reported ftoui - ibifuni fTliHee Mont IS IllSWti TtTww Mottt rif ac in SpM CiM wJnae Singla tat XHE UVhO 1 Sow Iter Cu acted u jhv him jt I ue lt t fnr At Loagdale U L Tuesday night a fiqSght train raiMnto a Bleigh loud of teopU killing eight and- injuring twolvo others jiJ St i thought that should Congress Vin kclion favorable o the opening ofthu WoiIUs Fair on ounuuy uiu President would veto tho measure TIio noted McGarahan claim bill which has been before Congie...

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. — 24 January 1893

k ur t W rJj i mj 41V Mt f s t 4 Ufir s IfJ I kau ii 0 v ADVOCATE f fTT ftnlt A t TTmiT V ThiTr -- RutMord B Hays Suddenly An swers the Death Angel8 Summons Paralysis of the Heart Carries off An -President SKETCH OF HIS LIFE Ex Prestdcnt Jiutlifoid BItayos died vory suddenly mid unexpectedly at Ills homo Fremont Ohio on Tues day night at 11 oclock During tho day ho had been ablo to attend to busincBB though for somo time a jsuf foror from heart trouble He was not thought to be in any dangor by hie family and friends till a short timo before his death An acute attack of the disease vras relieved but llio heart did not recover its accustomed action and lie quitcly passcd away Wo tako tho following sketch of his lifo from the Courier Journal lluthforil Birchard Hayes was born in Delaware Ohio Octobor 4 1822 His lather had died in July 1822 leaving his mother in modest but easy circumstances Tho boy receiv ed his first education in tho common school and begau early the fitudy of Latin a...

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. — 24 January 1893

i ilJcal Ital in pjcre RiCCI aid re ers ts jn Itti lo tm ne 15 could Iml C L 5 flu MtQ alj iron lolt Ueie Slfii latfl v y 5 fete MontU ad laacr TTWuee Mo ts USeil I 8w Mont ClfHC iC iOac Mont Foot im Im la Inae Single f l 3HE NiVhO Xovr lor Ca acted u hv Iiim jt H ne ect for man Inreeeut latriot f 4 o V WHO IS RESPONBLE lEditors Advocate In your issue of January THE ADVOCATL li W4W SHOTS WERE HEARD Was It a Shooting Atfray j ORfeports are In Circulation Tha J 3mit Ann Woo Villori Those Iniquitous Dens Aoross the Crook are a Nuisance and Need To Be Flushed as In Days Past i On last Monday night several shots wore heard in the direction of those demon dous on the other sldo of lInck8ton and the report was quickly circulated that a man had been killed and as quickly as possiblo police were in search and every an swer wa9 to the effect that no tioublo had been in their houses The belief however is that some ono was shot the person had been so suecess iully concealed that llio officers l...

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. — 31 January 1893

f J - r b JML Uf tie t n Xu III Shoriffof Bath cotuky under J as Lano Jy jJmallpox atAl4ou1liiu lablo Quarcntino ufaRXSQ Ji f ZV -Al -ft wsw 2i w - JTM V ia cslablishcdto event it6 furthor spread I Flcmingsburg Gazctto says at opos Lm has been caiight in that couuty it weighed forty pounds t i i i i Che lato Dr Dudley of rn had an Iusuratico policy of 20- 50 on his life Fletcher Hill clerk in Deposit Bank at Pleasurovillc Shelby county suicided on the 25 inst by shooting himself Cause ill health G T Turner of tho notorious Tur ner faction of Stanford was acciden n tally shot in tho thigh by a nephew a and bled to death from tho wound j Mr James Madison Todd Jr of Louisville will bo married Febuary 8 to Miss Nettie Bennett Boss of Lexington The annual report of the Treasurer of the National Tobacco Company fchows its earnings for tho past year to have been 4739301 l In Ashland on tho 25 hist Dr N Italston Fitch formerly of Wincostcr now of Ashland was married to Mrs f Mamio Croysdalo...

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. — 31 January 1893

1 W j tiyi lumen jo ii iu auu ao next THIS I s company lias the best and only 2ijW V propor place in Kentucky to hold a w Mont lMn h ao fuscit Monti 1 38 BIT IHtt5JT 1 Cl9GA 2 x tenf taiMd r i r i THE ADVOCATb PERSONAL POINTS It Is eald that Dvorak goes lo bod ut 8 U0 ovory evening and rise at 430 Between tho luttei hour and 7 S0 ho does a dnys work Ho com posed his great to Dcuni in iivo days An English Journal tho Optician claims tiiat most great men havo bluo eyes It cites Xnpoleon Bismarck GUdeiono and every President of the United States except Harrison ColonclJohn Crcighton who built tho lirat telegraph lino over tho Kockics is a business man and philan thropist in Omaha Iu was one of tho early pioneers in the mountain territories C P Villicr father of Iho house of commons 5p at tho ago of 90 one of tho best whist players in London Ho was at Uarrow with Byron and was an intimate friend of Louis Philippe William Henry Ilussoll tho author of Cheer Boys Cheor A Jilo on tho Ocean ...

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. — 31 January 1893

W11UII ilU UllVUItJ ADVOCATE RELtQlOUS jiV Presbyterian church has r boon dedicated at Elko ISTov lis a Boston man who thinks too much repartee in tho al service re is something of a stampede m cnmrrnsrational to tho fulpit in California Within ireoks five clergymen havo thus I and ono took his ith him Ii Browns Biblo lias recently kid to F G Logan of Chicago Misiastic collector of robes ot hrpera Forry martyr The tho one U6cd by Brown while Jand contains many passages to slavery marked by tho Miists own pencil fcstine said Eabbi Schrcibor of ork in a recont sermon is no klio center of Jewish hopes Jews as representative of a not of a race or nation Wo FmauB in Germany Frenchmen luce Englishmen in England Inerlcans in tliis country for Corrljrau of Ilobokcn Foa that tho significance of Satollis Binointmeiit is revolutionary thaUlie immense power of tho Catholic church which hns hitherto coutercd in Homo eventually on ho death of Leo bo transferred from Homo to Washington or sotno ci...

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. — 31 January 1893

7 m 1 ADViftjjfc 1- rtlBB1 5 tf jHlMerR jf Ir M fCbaee Moi f 0e Mont roar In Tit In Br sseta i OTHE VT8 v 1 lll j m ma bed Willri 12 f i V5l prize thel Th r A Tw Months ir Kfftu Insertions f4 MA Month WWF Iml Insertion w W t ir i ii J i tliov shoti My CT npr Ji I Comj S fKaeir 1 li Tf n x- MW Jpropc salo c l fnrnii V h Ji 1 ti R 7uu V h w Wamljarft t l I TOOlilJS when i signorl knbwi in thoi ii 4v asthef Jioau o TjJenii mares ing bull TJieaajV class cat in tinny tho mar f of stbcl EnU m aifyruia9n w2rJ m St Xireo tueci tlona Vwa tascrttons I Slagta Insertion u Hi THEADVOCATE AOTOCITE PUBLISHING COMPANY SS83888888S3 SSSSSSSS3SSS MAiltiiM - V litf i nlnii llliiutill iiiuu iui iiutii Liiuti iiiju lutybut for bo long a time have Jaric3 in this county been accustomed tT uawo light punislimout for Ik i ioub crimes that tho good pcoplo of tho county had come to view with our criminal record and to fear for lie consequences Tho reign of mob violence that has dis graced our fair name was but...

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. — 31 January 1893

M4 I mt LC Khilcs Thompson Grocery Co ro splendid MbbsMaxoy has been granted a i by thoQouiltyCourtlosolmuizo imalrimony In a number of our nooplo wont ugton last night to hear Col igorsol talk about Shakospcaro - 00 RsMaryConroy a vory popular lady of this cily ivillbo married U I loyii uuriiB or v u guua w Wniinulav ITnhlinlV flth - Tho marriage of Miss Mary Mc- fhifiivtoMrMiko Roonev both of this cit is announced to take placo at tho Catholic Church Fcbuary 8th v Rov Evans pastor of tho Episcopa congregation has moved to our city ijrom Winchester He has rooms with Mrs Tucker corner of High and Syc llmoro streets Seven and prdbrtbly ouo more of our charming young ladies will bo married in tho month of Fcbuary y lJrffurhor particulars call on a Ifain km Maysvillo street merchant Tho meeting of tho Mt Sterling Fair and Trotting Association in tho I jtVJtylor Appcrson uuiunng iasr oauu I liiaJ wa8 adjourned 0VCl to Wednes day morning ai aw o ciuuk xvuj poily interested is earnestly r...

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. — 31 January 1893

mm faTli VCAT 3 Mescal Monts I lager X r i -1 we Irti THE 10 j Now led if Pule re 1 - aeeMovf V a Wont it cue IiV yra s omGF fcVafftV taIL teaof u Ifori M man 1 eeent I triot j To lint f itical J ti in 7 as in BTHE ADVOCATE 1 n ftls i w - TIkto nrc novcn womoit i the law school of tho Uiilvoiiiy urNuv York A Berlin Inventor ha inxentcd an imtrumoiit which nioasiireslbo lflOOih pnrtof a Micond Harvard college hah furnished but fifteen members of iho cabinet since Mho foundation of the government Tho ilats along tlio coaht havo boon so covered with ice of late that canncri qr clams have been obliged to Hipend operations Onn police inspector in Now York vnk houtIit it S100000 house i - - v7 and tho Biinerititcudeut recently chudeda 00000 building The po lice business bccniH 10 bo profitable in that city Lexington continues her quarrel over limp and tho court house cluck is -continually on the inovo from hiand rd to sun and so It goes Sit Sterling- is not ulouo in trouble but our clock ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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