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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 July 1893

I m ft - et -- 388851538158 E85S3OW 0JM S88S8888888K 888SK3StfaSS SSSS3tS3S83S Suouona 388888888558 S88S88S88SSS 388888888883 CO r - THE ADVOCATE AD0GATB PUBIISHWG COBPAMY TUESDAY JULY 25 1603 ADVERTISING RATES CO I nOD C WiKWM t J jgSSSSSS 88885535888 We are authorized to annuouueo S S Cassity Editor of the Sentinel Democrat As a candidate for mombcr of tho General Assemblyfrom the Legisla tive District composed of the counties Montgomery and Menofee subject to tho action of tho Democratic party We are authorized to announce Judge Howard It French as a candi date for member of the General As sembly from this Legislative district composed of Montgomery and fec counties Subiect to tho action of tho Democratic party TOIt 6UPE1UNTENDANT OF SCHOOLS We aro authorized to announce Jolni E Groves for re election to the office of Superiutondant of Schools iltofdreuccs his political and official records FOT JAILER We are authorized to announco Joe C Turlcv as a candidate for Jailor of Montgom...

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. — 25 July 1893

4 h i Wytl - J -S r V ti Hi vi m Trimebl Bros WHolesai e Grocers ww wmb McDonald and wife a daughter U- Bev E E Bomar is conducting a successful meeting at Howards Mill Who nnvt Reunion of Mrs Harris Schoot for girls opens Monday Sept cmber4th Tho flux are raging in West Liberty sand vicinity Many people arc vory ill with tho disease r A daughter was horn to W W Iteed and wife on tho 15th inBtant Its name is Julia Tyler County Suporintendant of Public School J E Groves informs us that ttho pro rata for this year will bo 285 A J Cassiday Co of Winches ter have sold their ice plant to Pendle ton Cook Messrs Caesidy will re turn to Mt Sterling IMrE V Brother of Owingsvillc Commissioner of tho Bath County Cir cuit Court a strictly business man and a Democrat of worth wad in to see us Friday and ronowed his subcription to tho Advocate Jin another column is an advortiso imcnt of tho school of Prof MJ Good wiu Ho has established a deserved a eputatiou as instructor for boys and young men 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. — 25 July 1893

U W w K hfe v fc K J TriMebl Bros Wholai e Grocers R 1 MB LE B ROS r qV -3 Wholesale Grocers MT STERLING KY THE ADVOCATE WjJL - If t Urt ion Instant fn Tnlin 1 JJUiU UU llltl JLUll iioni McDonald and wife a daughter Rov E E Bomar is conducting a successful meeting at Howards Mill - i r The next session of Mrs Harris School lot girls opens Monday Sept ember 4tli Tho flux arc raging in West Liborty lift nd vicinity Many peoplo arc very all with tho disease A daughter was born to TV TV Steed and wife on tho 15th instant Its namo is Julia Tyler County Suporintondant of Public y School J E Groves informs us that ho pro rata for this year will bo 285 A J Casstday Co of TVinchcs tor have sold their tec plant to Pendle ton Cook Messrs Cassldy win re turn to Mt Storling ZMrE V Brother of Owingsvllle Commissioner of tho Bath County Cir- cult Court a strictly business man and a Democrat of worth was in to see us Friday and ronowed his subcription jfco the Advocate it Jin miofhcr column is an r...

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. — 25 July 1893

- Mi i f WirT THE ADVOCATE LITTLE INJUN DICK Ilttlo Injun Dick ffm uptoory trick 2lio he wan but ft dozen ycfirs old In llio summer lio lun bare Except his head of hair Akrccch cloth added when tho night got cold i Ills daddy was u chief Aleo a horso thief Juid he loved whisky better than his kid Ho had tho biggest maw For rum you cyer saw 3 nd many a quart into it slid ILittle Injun Dick Found tho dynamlto stick Some prospector had lost in the wood And thinking It swct meat lie began ntoncotoent JVnd salduwhtte ninns sausago welley good Tlicn homo ho ran with glee To his fathers teepee JLnd found the old man as drnnk as nlord He had Just whltipca his squaw For having too much Jaw And trying to get in tho last word When llttlo Dick came in He was cussing liko sin ul the moment he set eyes on tho kid Ho mado a wicked kick At poor little Dick -That was tho very last thing which ho did Twas woudcrful to sco Tho end of that teepee tTho dust smoke legs thunder and roar There was entrails...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 July 1893

1W f and alizarine sufficient for 156 yards of cloth v On the far Northwestern waters of Piigot Sound there aro so many dead trees floating that nono but screw steamers or stern wheelers can navi gate A side wheeler would sooner or later strike a log porhaps weigh ing many tons which would knock her paddles to splinters The old custom of ringing tho cur few has been reinstated in the villages of Canada in accordance with an act passed at tho last session of Parlia ment This new act is not quito so strict as the old one It requires that all children under 17 shall bo off the street at 9 oclock tho hour of tho ring ing of the curfow Tr There is a general idea that tho Presidents salary of 50000 a year is all that- ho receives and that when V compared with the salaries paid the f ifloyprcigns of Europe this sum is not enough This is a mistake In addi tion to this salary the President ceives 36064 to pay tho salaries of his clorks and subordinates His pri vate Secretary has 3250 his ass...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 July 1893

J t i 4 ftW J t n THE ADVOCATE HORSE AND TRACK Kelly marked Direct 2 05J aud Fly ing Jib 2 05 This is the fastest pair of records over credited to a drivor A horso raco is not wicked in itself it is what a man says whilo hols tear ing up his pool tiokot that is sinful Detroit Tribune All trotting at Stockton Cal this year will bo ou tho regulation track Tho recordB are not broken and the Tacos aro not won by horses that are uot worked and worked hard Moquetto 2 10 has been shipped to Bowerman Bros He has been driven but one fast mile this year makiug that in 228 Axtcll 212 is back iu Warren Park Tho Torre Haute correspondauts have little to say about his speed It would appear that Martha Wilkes has a soft spot and it docs not seoni paticularly hard to find it when the company is fast A contemporary wants to know how Naucy Hunks would act in a field when tho company was fast tho clip hot and tho heats split Tho question is paradoxical Tho heats would not bo split Tho trottcrsiu train...

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. — 1 August 1893

Mi ft J th i qe 4i m o s n MT y oil iv f SUSPENDED Two of AH Sterlings Staunciiest Institutions Forced to j JT Temporary Suspension - The New Farmers Bank Failed to Open On Thursday Morning and The Traders Deposit Closed Its Doors On Thursday Evening A WildRush Made on the Mt Sterling National and the Exchange j onEriday l Prompt Action and Cool Management Won the Day and Both Outride the Storm Unhurt The Excitement Entirely Subsided and Confidence Seemingly Completely Restored The Traders Deposit Already well on the Way to Reopen and Steps Being Taken to Reopen the New Farmers Also s On Tuesday morningtho Now Far mers Bank failed to open Us doors or Thuslness Tho nows quicKlv spread liver tho city and created no little ox citoment Tho Bteady drain on tho ready money of tho bank by depos itors was moro than it could stand and finally it had to succumb to tho press ure of circunlstances and suspend pay mont For tho last four months thove has been a shrinking of tho deposits f and sin...

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. — 1 August 1893

c THE ADVOCATE Wo asked a close studcutof current events a day or two ago what is tho primo cause of trouble in tho financial world to day Lack of confidence was his reply Sura it all up and you will find that is about all thoro is in it Road ho principal dalles and their leading editorials aro simply addresses to tho pcoplo urging them to display a littlo common senso and extend tho same confidence in mone tary affairs to their fellows as they arc used to doing Wo clip from tho Courier Journal of Monday tho following timely advice which applies just as strongly to Mt Sterling as it docs to Louisville If thcro are among the thoughtless or the timid of tho Conrier Journairi readers those who have withdrawn their monoy from banks or intend to withdraw it for tho purpose of hoard ing it wo want to say a word or two to them in all sincerity and from the tho best motives Put your monoy back in the bank if you have with drawn it and if you havent let it stay there until you want to use it...

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. — 1 August 1893

he advocate MMlwntiiMIftliwtliM4fMtlaWVtM THE SCHOOL QUESTION rakes tasue With Both State I Church on Their Claims fho Eagle of Grand Rapide Mich tioises a fclipping from tho Catholic 3W On tho question Who shall lucato tho Catholic News has this say Every Catholic should got tho firmly into hi head that tho Eiple hurch is tho only educator of its Tho Stato has duties but no rigfils in tho matter excopt of sceiug its duties are efficiently performed Its duties aro to assist education by he proper persons whoso right it is to educate It has no right to appoint 4eso persons or to dictato what shall fr shall not bo taught within certain narrow limits Tho Eagle has this to say It is tho paramount right and tho jMiramount duty of tho Stato to aflord ireo education to all its children in tho common branches of learning Sth tko Eagle and tho News beg the question Tho proposition which -each assorts is by no moans a self ev ident truth but involves tho ab struse inquiry Neither of thorn pre...

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. — 1 August 1893

V if - THE ADVOCATE mj iu r i r i f - - IDIOM PUBLISHING COMPAMY TUESDAY AUUUST 1 1893 ADVERTISING RATES co t g a ei en- u mj asggssss PB D fKmUUMH 3SB8SS8S8SSS SgiS S e e w - gegS8S88gg8K SS8S83SKSSSS 8S88SsaStiSS SC3SiSCGSte M S88888S88SS8 SS8SS88S888S 388888888888 CD o H nouurai oi8ng saojuiwai oaij 8U0IJi33UI OOjqi 6UO1U08UI anoj ujuok ouO SB0JW3SUI SI gnoHsasni ES mo ono FOtt STATE SENATOR We are authorized to announce lion J P Gay of Clark county as a can didate for Senator of this district com posed of the comities of Clark Bour boa and Montgomery subject to the actum of the Democratic party Col J G Holloway of Clark county is a candidate for State Senate from the district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomery counties sub jectto the action of tho Democratic party Your vote and influence re spectfully solicited COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS Aomouucements for county oflicos 5 each to accompany tho order Com munications in the interest ot candid ates 10 cents per lino We are authoriz...

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. — 1 August 1893

saw - I f if -- ii ii - I i i MnrrrrT - - j TRIMtBL ItUM WHOtWAl E QKQOEK8 -4 RMiard Hunt shies his castor into ring as a candidate for Sheriff Ho iia a young man of business ability and J points to his record as Assessor wUlch oflko ho has illlec since the last State electlpn Ho expects to rally to his support the young men of tho county and hopes to rldo to victory by their aid Himself a young man Tie has drawn to him a strong follow ing and ho asks from his friends tholr ollearty support in his race Ills duties -as Assessor have given him a wide acquaintance all over tho county and Jils pleasant addross makes him W tfriends wherever ho goes Hloh Hunt says ho Is in tho raco to s to the party in which the has worked earnestly since ho was yaW o give him tho offico for which heaak pledging a faithful discharge fr r iu duties kSJA IN i MT JSTEBLING ADVOCATE TUESDAY ATTUST 1 1893 R1ISIBUE BROS i -Wholesale Grocers MT STEELING KY THE ADVOCATE account 1ms not bcon If your July paid at J...

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. — 1 August 1893

Utii Ml f yf 1 Lr r MmMmt feUFF COCHIN FOWLS TChe JUerlts anil Demerits of One of tHo Oldest Dlitlnot Urocds of Fowls In the illustrntion is shown a full feathered Buff Cochin that was a prize vrinner at tho last Now York poultry how As will bo scon tho shanks aro pro fusely feathered down to tho toes and tho thighs plentifully furnished with downy feathers denominated fluff The FULL FEATHERED BUFF COCHIN ity of this fluff and of tho feathering generally is usually a good indication of tho breed If fine and downy tho birds are probably well bred but if rank and coarse they will not be worth attention -as fancy or exhibition birds The merits of the Cochins have already been hinted at The chicks are hardy and grow fast The fowls will do wll an confined space aro tamo and seldom quarrel Thoy cannot fly and a low fence will keep them within bounds Tho hens are good sitters and mothers and lastly they are prolific layers Un fortunately tho defects of the Cochin are equally marked The fle...

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. — 1 August 1893

- 4 murderous brdination vows li f f a THE ADVOCATE o Were JesUs and Peter Roman Cath olics vjffhe principles of persecution and Jsordlnation of all progressive thought by which Constantino gov erned so successfully has over contin ued as an example and is still iho policy of tho Catholic church It is shown in tho histories of thp rulo of f the loug lino of tyranical Popes in her brutal wars arid massacre iu tho In quisition and cunning knavery of Jes uitism Such is tho history from jPetor who cursed and sworo and lied until tho cock crowed shamo upon him but was forgivon with a wink down to tho cunning grasping licen tious priosthood of to day who lack only the powor to carry out their Tho above is taken from tho Ameri can Constitution Cinoinpati It forms a part of an article headed Jipon8tantiuo tho Founder of tho j6atholic Religion 1 It will be noticedhat this extract Js at war with heading of tho articlo of which it isa part Tho heading makes tho Roman church begin with Constant...

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. — 1 August 1893

re r i - THE ADVOCATE New Farmers Bank Not Broke Mt Starling Ky July 31 1893 Wo desire to say to our depositors stockholders and the public generally that wo expect to rosumo business bofore long or just as soon as wo can make collections to justify It The causo ot suspension I presu mo is protty generally known but for the benefit Of THOSE WHO DO NOT KNOW I Will Btate it was tho withdrawal of our deport amounting to about one hundred thousand dollars and tho im possibility of realizing on our paper or making collections sufficient under tho present stato of tho money market Tho suspension of tho Second Na tional Bunk of Ashland caused un oasiness In that part of the country among our depositors and many of them wtndrow their deposits Previous to tho suspension of tho bank at Ashland tho Farmers Bank at Bcattyville Ky failedand it was re ported in some parts of tho count rv that it was tho Farmers Bank of Mt Sterling which caused a loss of depos its at that time and when tho five la...

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. — 8 August 1893

VI V If HE r MESSAGE With No Uncertain Sound the President Speaks Repeal the Sherman Silver Pur chase Act and Do It at Once 5ive the Country Such Legisla tion as Shall Relievo Bus nessat Home And Restore Confidence In Our Securities Abroad It Is Not a Question of Politics But One That Affects the Poor Man In His Hovel As Well as the Rich Man In His jj Palace Wage Earner and Employer - Alike Must Have Relief No Time For Idle Parleying But jQongress Is Expected to r ace rrompuy And Put Beyond All Doubt Or Mistake the Intention and the Ability of the Govern- mentto Fulfill Its Obligations In Money Universally Recognized by All Civil ized Countries Te Party Must Fulfill Its Pledge as to Tariff Reform But the Menace of Financial Dis aster Must be Met Now A Statesmans Broad View of Situation- Washington D 0 Aug 8 To tho Congress of tho United States The existence of an alarming and extraordinary business situation involving tho welfare and prosperity of all pur people has constrained me t...

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. — 8 August 1893

THE ADVOCATE Secretary Herbert on the situation Secretary Ilorbort talked briefly at Chicago on tho ono question of ab sorbing interest at the prcsont time the financial situation ami tho legisla it requires Ho said A lack of confidence in Amoricau securities both on tho part of European and homo investor has caused tho prcs ont financial panic for which the Slier man act is directly responsible If Congress does repeal this Inw as I hopo it will tlu worst will biover It is well to bear in mind tho way in which tho Sherman law acts to pro duco a lack of confidence It pro vides for tho constaut issues at a fixed rate of legal tender notes for tho pur chase of silver These notes together with tho outstanding United States notes constitute tho legal tender cur rency ot tho country issued by tho Government They form roughly spcakiugabout one half of tho currency tho remainder being in eilvor certifi cates and national bank notes which aro not legal tender and standard Silver dollars ivhi...

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. — 8 August 1893

If r rTHE ADVOCATE hfcr A I n fekll its Purchase by the Gov ernment be Stopped fcis Importance in Relation to Other Industries Tho great mass of tho pooplo of the United States aro determined to atop tho compulsory purchase of silver not because they ontortam any hostility to tho whito metal or to thoso who mine it but because theso purchases My the Treasury have unsettled tho currency shaken tho whole commer cial and industrial fabric emailing frightful losses and producing wide spread suffering and disaster and would ongulf tho country in ruin if thoy wore not stopped Thero is nothing in this matter to for hysterics or passion It is a plain cold business question to be -dealt with calmly and on its merits Wo recently showed that lossos on listed on tho Now York Stock Exchange alone during tho past year were equal to tho entiro output of silver for lourtecn years and this is but a trifllo to the shrinkage produced by tho operations of tho Shorman law in tho values of other properti...

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. — 8 August 1893

If ftr CAN ONE CHECK v THE ADVOCATE i 1DY0CATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY TUESDAY AUGUST 8 1803 FOB STATE SENATOR Wo aro authorized to announce lion J P Gay of Ciark county as a can didate for Senator of this district com posed of tho counties of Clark Dour bou and Montgomery subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Col J G Holloway of Clark county is a candidate for State Sonato from the district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomery counties sub ject to tho action of tho Democratic party Your voto and influence re Bpctfullv solicited COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements for county offices 5 each to accompany thoordor Com munications in tho interest ot candid ates 10 cents per lino We are authorized to annnounco S S Cassity Editor of the Sentinel Democrat A a candidate for member of tho General Asscmblyfrom the Legisla tive District composed of tho counties Montgomery and Monefee subject to the actiou of tho Democratic party We are authorized to announce Judge Howard It French as a c...

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. — 8 August 1893

Trimeil Bros Wholesai e Grocers - u MT STERLING ADVOCATE TUESDAY AUGUST 8 1893 m4W W I lIRIMBLE BROS p l wholesale Grocers - MT STERLING KY A THE ADVOCATE Notwithstanding tbo flurry in fiuau 3jial circles businoss is going on horo 4i118Ual Tno noxt term of Mrs Harris school for glrlB and Bmali boys will open on Monday Boptombor 4th yj wnaiapoui iud upuuiu ui oj w more street from HoltBtreot to Winn This is a good timo for work and no timo should bo lost Candidates aro numerous At tbo ipreseut rato there will bo several col umns of announcements in the Demo tffiatic papers Billy Botts has purchased of John and James King thoir stock of gro ceries and leased their store room for a period of years and is now in possession Col John P Salyors arrived horo a Friday afternoon from West Liberty ffle is looking as lino as silk I am horo says ho to mako a contest tfor tho Clerk of the Souato My friends aro working for mo and if I dont win It wont bo through any fault of mine Washington Cor in...

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. — 8 August 1893

i li V AT VERSAILLES 1J Wl S wetcjipod upon that fragrant sward She watched tho Joyous fountains play Ifhe girlish queen whoso fato was hard 2Qarunshine lasted scarco a day Sho watched tho Joyous fountains play Her eyes and lips with smiles allhu Her sunshine lasted senrco a day Her Itopcs were lost In blackest night Her eyes and lips with smiles alight The charming Marie Antoinette Her hopes wero lost In blackest nlghtt Her follies lot tho world forget Tho charming Mario Antoinette She loved a play a rout or balls Her follies let tho world forget She paid so dearly for thorn all Sto tared a play a rout or ball She loved a brilliant sparkling gomj She paid so dearly for them all -Ten with her life and diadem She loved a brilliant sparkling gem Ah I who shall count the prico sho paid Een with her life and diadem As on the block her head sho laid Ahl who shall count tho prico she paid Aht who can say what thoughts she had As on tho block her head she laid Tho past unrolled both good a...

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