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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 7 March 1893

tho V jf5 Jflklok ADYOCATli eiiiiobdttyiVoot our popular icojilo concliulud to steul a f their frieiiUs and give them i in tho sliapo of a man ago a Konedy of Kennedy Bros i one of our loading younger neh and Miss Muymn Thom- Iio hanusomo and wiinani of V AV Thompson cashier Deposit Bank went to aild wore quietly married They friends ana relatives complotly bri83 for though it was known le were quite good friends no aected them of contemplating cr Hnn nti ro short a notice Mr had called on Tuesday in Wednesday morning ho to Miss Mayino saying ho Bothol on business and iu feto accompany liim in a f there This note was care- lod to the mother who saw i e in it than it horo upon Pa few minutes lator tho 3ff Instead of going to kvent to Paris whore tho is porformed and then i for a short trip to bro would havo been no Ejection to tlio match as X Jy is a young man of most I a gentleman in every particular ana a business man 01 no mean ability engaged in a lucrative business Both the youn...

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. — 7 March 1893

v H 5 il Ml 4 W r 1 a PjUjji9 iW Tr jfarj 0- THE ADVOCATE f Tames Howard and 3iiOBricii fought a duel at WM Poultry Capons aro Raid to make excellent nurses for turkeys and chicks Selling pure bred chickens in tho fall is becoming popular among the fancicrn Egg foods aro principally ground oyster shelly ground bonea with gyp sum sand oxido of iron and cayenne popper Ono bushel of corn ami oats ground together and fed to poultry will pro- dueo fifteen pound of flesh How many pounds of pork would the same qnanlty of food produce During cold rainstorms and the morning after season the mixed food with a froo sprinkling of red pepper a little in the drinking water will also bo beneficial Save all tho earliest and finest pul lets feed them up well with milk and scraps or a good variety of rich food if you want them to lay a bountiful supply of eggs this winter If the nestof the setting lien is off ground a thin sod or a little fresh earth placed under tho nest adds to the moisture and a 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. — 14 March 1893

rV LlTV V 1f cr V UT Jlt vw IP VOL III feii wwwi Ephraim Young a Director of tho defunct Spring Garden National Sank of Chicago was found guilty in theUnited States District Court of cons piracy with President Kennedy and the cashier and of embezzling tho funds of the corporation Tho Archbishops ot tho country will hold a special meeting at tho earlist favorable moment to consider and protest against tho recent instructions of the Propaganda to Bishop OFar rell with regard to married Greek priests living in his diocese A statemont published says that a New Yorker has paid 27000 in a lump for tho use of tho curtains at the different theaters in Chicago during the Worlds Fair Ho proposes to paint on each curtain a space eight f feet square and put advertisements in tho space Fifty Kentucky families passed through St Louis Thursday on tho way to Oklahoma to take their chan ces in staking claims in tue Cherokee strip They gave out tho exaggerated statement that 5000 more Kontuck ians ar...

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. — 14 March 1893

W tt h it V BB I WRriJffKfBPj f 43IMBjES j It i Vt Hi k BPPW THE ADVOCATE SAND I observed a locomotive In tlio rnllronil one ritiy ynixl It VA vr nlUnjt nt tlic umnclhonco wliero locomo tive stay It WW venting for tlio Journey It vrns coaled ami fully manned Amlltlmit aboxtliu ilruman wag illllng lull of sand Jt npnears that locumtlvcs cannot always get a On their slender ln pavement causo tlio wheels nro upt to slip WriA when they reach a slippery spot their luetics they command And to get u grip upon tlio rails they sprinkle It with sand Its rhout the way with travel along life slippery track It your load is rather heavy and youre always sliding back So if a common locomotivo you completely understand Youll provide yourself in starting with a good supply of sand Jf your track is steep nnd hilly and you have n heavy grudc If thoeo whove gono before you have tlio rails quite slippery made It you ever reach tho summit of tho upper table 1 land Youll II ml youll have to do it with a l...

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. — 14 March 1893

4 4 v f rs A f frr SHl iwl v u fmxit - SCSSH ADVOCATE 0 utiAurrr - iato Douglas Wigtfin in r jC ronoloiios English Exporlcnqefc ji the January numbor of tho 0 Monthly thrm gives hoi hoi oitio inakor has been a succost Mr Wan- amakor has not boon allowed to car ry into oflect all his excellent because tho telegraph tel ephone and express monopolies have pull enough to prevent the inititation oftho improved methods suggested The recommendations of tho post master gonoral which go over as a heritage to his successor are these An extension of tho facilities of the poHtal package system so that ovory remote part of tho country may bo able to enjoy a low rato for packages of a maximum 15 pounds in weight I instead of only four pounds as now a telegraph system bupplemcuted by telephone from tho local business con fers to outlying towns all operated by tho general government greater facilities for tho tnuisniinsioii of mon ey and valuables and a savings bank in eVry postolllco where 10 cent...

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. — 14 March 1893

1 S 5 jt 1 II J i it- ll 1 THE ADVOCATE ADY0ATEPUBL1SH1KG COMPAKY TUESDAY MAKCU 14 1803 FOB BTATE SENATOR We aro uulhonzod toauuounco Hon J P Gay of Clark county as a can didate for Senator of this district com posed of tho counties of Clark Bour bon and Montgomery subject to the action of the Democratic party Col J II Ilolloway of Clark comity if a candidate for Stato Senator from tho district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomery counties sub ject to tho action of tho Democratic parly Your vote ami iuilucucc re pectfully solicited THE POST OFFICE CHANGE In our last issuo it seemed to u good to Kay that wo thought Mr Clevelaud would do a commondablt ntif ho would promptly rotnoro out Postmaster and appoint in his stead some ono of tho several good Demo crats who aro wanting his placo W stated in a gcnoral waj that w thought his activity in politics an his endorsement and advocacy of th extremest measures of his part whilst serving this people in auofljciu capacity merited such p...

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. — 14 March 1893

Mfctf m n q f Tfly mooting Was held at tho eli ei ft Chinch Saturday and Sun- J Band presiding Elder tt and preached to licnces Iter S Smith of Rushville rly a professor with Prof tho Mt Sterling tfemaio is in tho city last weok Ho return in May and deliver i lec t fire on natural gas On town now looks as of years ago when tho smiling face of A J Wyatl I tonld bo frequently seen and business iwga aii tlin stir nhmit him Uo p wived hero from his home Madison f hd and Will remain soverat uays i Tho Concort given by the Ard Quartet assisted by Mr fW at the Christian church on Fri- aVy cvoning was quite an enjoyable oBair to the laro audience in coaiidJinancially a success for rmobirwiiu Httu Alfred Batliff bought of Judge Jas II Hazelrigg his residence proporty on mrnnr of Clav Street and Howard Avenuo for 2000 Judge Hazolriggs fD liae taken rooms at Mrs Wal lers boarding house on Howard Avenue They moved yesterday - Joe It Turner of this city owns two oftho finest St Benard dogs in th...

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. — 14 March 1893

impose Vbonj ftactlt 5 CoJ is ad the frOlai fcject V parti pccf m m and iji H 1W afra take reap ghee thin eaye tho bsoi natc colu Job umt viou the Mr beei quoi pan org Iiis j 1 wo t f butto j pub1 thor ae tJ rw h1 T TTT THE ADVOCATE A committee to intercedo with tin Brazilian Government in behalt t Row J II Nolson in Brazil for pub Hulling au article attacking the putroi saint oftho couutry wa appointed Monday There is paid to be a movnicnt oi fool inaugurated by several promi nent Chicago church people to 8cuur tho services lit- tho near future ot KevDeWJtt Taltnagdof Brooklyn U preach a Mjrloi of Sunday sormous at tho AuditoriuiUA Tho announcement is publicly mado that Gall Hamilton Mixs Abi gall Dodgo with tho co operation o Mr Blaines family is immaringi biography of tho latnJamc G Blalin but sho can not yet say when it wil be completed and issued Julgo Butler in tho United Stato District Court sentenced Charles Wil son Rowe at Philadelphia who wtu couvk tcd of using the inuils ...

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. — 14 March 1893

rrc ME w ADVOCATE - SERT ALL AND FOLLOW ME Test of a New E9ligious Sect In Bleeding Kansas fe LEADER VERY THRIFTY Wther Does He Toll Nor Spin- ie Bible Read Llterally Tho Lord Will Provide Is the Cen tral Idea of the DlsclpleS id and John Deem brother im to bo inspired from on vo founded a- now religious olumbus Kan It combines ithful doctrinn vrith a literal ciiiion of tho scrinturcs It is olr in fionvorta from all tho wW country According to who arc men of fair rcsont arc tho dark days do tho millontum These f 1 vill last for only a low hen tho millonium will bo As a result of tho Deems husband and wives have lepkrated children have been desortcd by tkelr parents aud four men have ilready been sent to the insane tsylum David Doom tho teacher works uot Ho readR tho Bible and says tho Lord will provide Jtcrallv o and Ids wife live in a one story tottago of two rooms Another cot- ok e nearby has been secured to take s ot tho numerous visitors It is custom of pilgrims to spend a days ...

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. — 14 March 1893

JitBl a shall M Mt Pk w 6S vm Ts frv a W fu- mx K r I tz iiuBV noujM aiulB S8tR IS ftfriK takH H TOLD DY DETECTIVE DRUMMOND Slow Ilo Protected ItiMcotnb from a Green Goods Man lie Could Not Arreit Chief Drummond of the United States treasury Becret service tells a good story A man named Bascomb came up from Tennessee Ho had received n green goods circular and liad determined to trap the swindlers Drummond was detailed to go with him 0 I put on a flannel shirt says Drummond an old pair of trousers a rough pair of shoes and a soft hat and followed Bascomb to the meet ing place Ho was accosted by a man who took him into a building 1 followed and stood upon a stairway whero I could watch the door leading into tho office of the swindlers After awhilo tho door opened and Fowler a noted green goods man who was then employed by tho Davis brothers stopped half way into the hall He had a valise m his hand and was neither in the office nor out of it but stood in the door Bascomb had his oyo on...

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. — 21 March 1893

fiV h NT A if r N tVv Wo i - MT VOLr III t y v7 sants placery A fowWceks ago a young man by the name of J W Hudson hailing from Greenup county was united in marriago to Miss Bottle Porry a beau tiful young lady of Carrollton Ivy Tho mother of tho brido has just sworn out a warrant against the groom charging him with bigamy and he now languishes in jail in default of bail Captain L 0 Kash of White Hall Madison county was in tho city yes terday Tho Captain was born a staunch Democrat has lived one and will die in tho harness If thoro is ono thing he loves more than another it is his first and only love tho Demo cratic party and if thoro is anything that gives him most siucore pleasure it is in dealing a blow at his ancient enemy tho Republican party Wo would like to see our friend tho captain rake in some offico under this administration Ex Governor Buckner it has been stated ia preparing to answer the recent lottor of Governor Browu The matter has been clearly stated to the people an...

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. — 21 March 1893

80- at M 4 Ol 11 11 tc r tr u C ei o si V c a a h l i X IM I t I J fc -- THE ADVOCATE t Agricultural Notes Sliopp like hay wlili briuo on it Tlio lambs to bo faltoncd should bo CftMIUICl It Ik hard to Allien shcop unless ktipl luict and warm Gmss glowing Is really a part of tliu buaiues of tmttlo growing In the flibt plaeo liavo a flrftt class oiilmnl tltnn trlvn ill pIISS nalR Tho valno of the peach crop of tho country Is estimated at 70000000 Sheep will pay in instalments two or jnoro times a year for their keeping Hogs do not lay on at as profitably alter u weight of 200 pounds is reached Around Montreal it is a common lractie to sprout potatoes for early planting Tho Black Lima is a black mottled- eeeded polo boan for which big claims rjiro tnadu r Arrangements should bo made to give tho lambs and pigs good caro when thov conic Llco and green worms may be kill ed by spraying young plants with Icerosone emulsion When tho yearly shoots on apple trees are less than twelve inches lo...

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. — 21 March 1893

n t Wl A jfrlJR r Jtr hs TV JW flE ADVOCATb 4 f Y M 0 A COLUMN or son a ponifling this column will in what the Association is doing at ome hih abroad Iniornational Conference of rieuof tlio Y M C A mcols in uisvlllo ly May 5 to 9 The Biennial International ion of tho Associations of North wi hiui ic win uuiiuuruiu m iuuiuLU Aolis Ind May 10 14 A pliilntfihmpic friend ot tho young rnou aAintob Turkey has proiontcd tho Association thero with a new tiding The organization ha a embership of 120 and a flourishing boyB department with 150 members Tho Association of Now Orleant celebrated its fortieth anniversary IToby 7 It has a membership of 355 and last year spent 4086 in its work A movement lias been started for erecting a new building The conference of Young Mens Christian Association at Saratoga N Y appropriated 12000 for State work during the year About 500 wero present Head below what Rev W T Boil ing Winchester Ky says of Ken tucky Slate Convention The Twelfth Stato Convention of ...

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. — 21 March 1893

is tt 0 1 c P B IF9 r iflVw tssssssasKgs 36S tK0ra MMM H833S88S888 ti t - c 1 9i n w w 3883S8S88S83 33SS S8S3883S 8SSS3S38S8SS IVII 4s k SS tf TSfTp Card of Thanks Ji THE ADVOCATE 1DY0G4TEPDBUSHIHG COMPANY TUESDAY MAllCil St WO ADVERTISING RATES f w 3KI d 28gS82 pijL - j7 jU Sg88g8SSSSa n H SltJUOJV ojaj HJuok OUIIJ gaoiwasni K OH STATE SKNWTOH VFc are authorized to announce Hon Jl2tayofClHrk county as a can l JJrefete forFeiviior of this district com W ecPof tho counties ot Clark Hour c Son- and Montgomery subject to tin iet lot j of Ihc Democratic parly o ject lo the action of the Democrat jarly Your vote and influonco ro J oeifully solicited 1 cr c o 8t Ml 0 1 8 Low llJrioHoway oiuiiuk whiiim 5 a candidate for State Senator Iron Jhe district compo cd of Boutbon Clark and Montgomery counties sub John Si Clarknon President ot Hi iopnbiican National League Iim bsued a ringing call for a conventioi the League at Louisville on Mai 0 The flaming call is decidedly ltirii nd the old bloo...

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. — 21 March 1893

i L u tiirftoy paiil 400 Ldge Jos II Wright lof Arizona was in Ibo city last t llio guest of Mrs Richard Reid plopped ovor horo to see tbo t orected to ho memory of tho de ed Judge 5 - J iratwJMrs 1 1 Martin returned the markets last week They purchased tho largest ami hand ust stock of goods over brought to Sterling in their Huo 75V Ilenry of Morgan county I in tbo city Monday Had two mules one sold for 135 end the IcSS traded for a good brood I M Bcatly and Miss Sallio both of thiscountv wore married e residence of tho bride in this on Wednesday morning March iderB W Trimblo officiating 1 k Lowts Ecton and Miss Gracia Ik wero married last Thursday at p atmic resilience ot tho bride feet High street Rev 1 w Trim- lulciatiug rV tssrPrJial If Uollins ot sinIlob3rt Archer of Cincinnati fr of the Mt Sterling Gas Ics were in the city tho past week tilling tho plant and investigating advisability of PHJ Mfe flL - m IfronAig Mar 2id ssiooifrce Every increasing its J l I tall or tlio uumoc...

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. — 21 March 1893

tt1 fe V f n S V I JM K J H ilv - jkiv ir THE ADVOCATE tiW Tho oily school election was hold In Keokuk Iowa Tuesday Never before was thero over such interest taken Two thousands eight hundred and twonty four voles wore cast mow than were over cast at a Presidential election and about 2500 moro than ordinary at tho school elections The American Protective Association ran candidates for trustees against tint Catholic nominees Tho A P A had a great majority Ono of tho richest strikos ever made in tho famous mining camp of Crede Col was struck in the Chicago Credo Consolidacd Mining and Mill ing Companys property Monday Tho mineral was encountered in the breast of tho 275 foot tunnel in the Silurian belt The assays show 00 ounces of silver to tho ton The residents of Jamaica L I wcvu btarllcd at about 310 Tuesday ufternoon by a rumbling sound Thi was followed by a shaking of houses crockery and windows Many beliovi the phenomena to have been caused by an earthquake The Jamaica Town Hall...

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. — 21 March 1893

1 B ADVOCATE rvtfgjw pity U rwwt w rT8d Potatoes ling seed potatoes ior plauting a prolific Bubjoct for discus- hd many oven to day hold concerning tho size of the r planting in uunoun bdiana station experiments arc phlch may emphasize some 1b that aro apt to bo forgotten clarify ouos mind regarding i sublect after so much confusing kdvlft from every quarter At tho Uation there haytf been cxporimonts fonducted for5 long time and tho au thorities gms as conclusive facts the result of ilioir trials It was found lhapis about the same sizo but coutaininc moro eyes than ItLerpJ produced almost tho samo size Italk and number of tubers There ras really no advautago in increasing ie number ot eyes to tho piece Increasing tho sizo of tho piece of otato however gavo a correspond- ig iaifrease in tho number of stalks Mom this It may bo judged that a jail pjeco of potato can nourish only 36 eye and lucroaslng tho number of pes without increasing tho size of the teco of potato Is of no avail The...

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. — 21 March 1893

4 t r a 81 f a 2 i n o n c 1 Cl C 0 6f M 0 S J h ehfj Ant ou4 llOy an is TO M t v r U t fjv t I ra CL I tl 3te M V 1 1 e i J K 1 A M 3 y -V V T vv -11 tf fuTimhfl HtffftHi - r T m irMlaiM v fr -v THE ADVOCATE HORSE AND TRACK Frou Frou has -16000 worth of stako engagements Among the lucky guesscrs to Sid neys price tlirco wcro ladies Electioneers fast son Truman four yours old record 212 will not bo brought cuht tills season Nancy Hanks trotted thirtcou miles last year Iho average of which was 208 The Minnesota Senate has passed a 1111 making tlio docking of a horses tail a criminal oflbm e V C Franco states that tho net profits of Highland Farm from 1887 to 1893 wore 203000 It is estimated that over 100000 rotting horses am trained in this country annually Fred S Wilkes 211 will probably be in Scott McCoys stablo this year Motnbars 2 11 will go back into -George Starrs stable after a season iu iho stud Horse World The Ketclmm Splan party sold the stallions Brown Gothatum and Sir Got...

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. — 28 March 1893

JLjt h J tf 1 I v t 1v r 2LME73 Baron Hastings who has a seat in the House of Commons atid who moves in tho exclusive set of tho Prince and Princess of Wales was fined fifty pounds in a London Police Court for insulting a young girl The Indiana Stato Prison South nt Jellcrsonvillc suffered a 80000 fire on Thursday Tho fire broke out in tho Claggett Saddletree Companys shops and for a timo it looked like tho entire prison would bo destroyed Many convicts aided in subduing tho flames and none escaped A largo number of representatives aro absent from their sworn duty at Frankfort Some of thoniB aro at home looking after their farming in terests Some aro at Washington after pio and oliers aro away attend ing to other personal matters They will return to Frankfort as soon as they can spare timo from these urgent calle If a Lord insults a lady even though ho associates with tho Prince of Wales set ho must pay tho penalty Although a Lord ho is but a man For so it was with George Manno rs 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. — 28 March 1893

O 1 CI V n t c R t f i c c c s KifiL3E t A rmTm si It V THE ADVOCATE TWO SAROASTIO GIRLS Tliey Get Into an Argument Over Their Lovers But Come Out About Even I was amused at tlio conversation between two young uirls at Ilion the other evening It run something like this and shows that femininity it the samo tho world over My Carrie what a lovely hut yon Jiavc Do you think so with a pleased smile Why I think it is just hor rid Ivo told mamma every time that I put it on that I would never wear it again Why I think it is the most becom ing thing you ever wore Do yon Now I think that veil you have got is tho most bewitching tjiing I ever aw If I had your style Now how mean you arc blush ing I know you arc makiug fun of ano Indeed I am not indignantly Oh where did you get that lovely piu I think it is the prettiest thing 1 have ever seen Well I will tell you Charley gave it to me but you must never never toll I told mamma that Ella B give it to me for sho doesnt believe in my having a fel...

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