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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 12 September 1893

i I tf h f B y i THE ADVOCATE MfM V iifclr - TOR ftTAttE SEtfATOX We live authorized te announce lion J P Gayof CJaik county as a pan didate for SeHtor of this diafrict com posed of th counties of Clark Bour bon and MoBttfombry subject to the actioil of the JDemuoratic party Col J GHooway of Clark county Is a candidate for State Sonalo from the district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomory cotiuttos sub ject to the action of tho Democratic party Your rate and influouco re spectfully sollcttcd LJL COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS Antlouncemcnts for county officos J5 each te accompauy the order aiunications in tho interest ot candid ates 10 conta per line Wo arc authorised to aniinounco S S Cassity Editor of the Seutlnel Domocrat Ad a candidate for member of1tlio wGeneraf Assembly from tho -Legislative District composed of tho counties JkToutgomery and Menofee subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announco iJudgo Howard It French as a candi date for member of 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. — 12 September 1893

WF3 vmmm UmJMWWOT THE ADVOCATE LAND STOCK AND CROP Callfo buyers aro horo among fanners offering nfodoruto prices Uio for export cattle - J Davis Roid sold to Simon Wclhl for Goldsmith lOO export fcattleavor ago loOO pounds at cents Noxt Thursday thero will bo nuilo buyers at tho fj Ss 0 stock penB pre pared to pay the cash for all their purchases J L Cogar and Ambrose Wilson Bold CO fat hogs to Sublet Hawkins Georgetown at G per hundred and shipped 67 to the Cincinnati market Midway Clipper Thomas Herring sold to A II Bus ter a lot of owes at 235 William Moreland bought in this county 3C0 fat hogs at 450 to 485 and a few butcher caltlo at 2c Interior Jour nal Peter Gentry sold to Goldsmith 18 head of export cattle at 412 per diundrcd pounds They averaged jL5G0 pounds and wcro delivered Monday The amount realized was more than 12C0O Danville Advo cate This county has seldom been afflict ed with such a drouth as now prevails from ono end of it to tho other Many farmers aro hauliug wa...

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. — 19 September 1893

E IX if i t -it t m iS il - Oct TS m primaries included a - f t mt v m m r ff F - Capt T J Henryeonin law ot Col J T Hazelrigg of this city was awarded tho 25 gold prize offored by the liazo Green Herald to the person guessing the nearest to tho number of tickets sold at the Hazel Green Fair His guess was 2872 and the number was Poter Stonor 6f Sharpsburg was in tho city Monday Ho reported tho aj crop in the Sharpsburg precinct w SO per cent wheat crop extra his crop will yield not less than 40 bushels to the acre and corn crop 10 arrels to tho acre I v- Bourbon Land Sale- f Mr J W Mitchell bought Monday i of last week of John V Thomas Jr his farm consisting of 165 acres sit uated 5 miles from North Middlotown the Thomas and Spears Mill pike Pricoaid 10305 Atnlted Press dispatch from Indi atiapjs gtatcs Jhiat S W Carroll an qld flbldier ot Alexandria lnd de- clatesjthat there are 500 peoplo in Alexandria on thevergo of starvation Hwalsp asserts that tho conditions in toother towns o...

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. — 19 September 1893

l r fl irw THE ADVOCATE Mrs Malloy Bailoy has been ap pointed postmistress of Hlndman Knott county Theodore Harris of Lexington -grants to bo appointed Deputy Inter nal Revenuo Agent Through the labors of Congressman Stone W M Smith will succeed Mr Jolly is District Attornoy Collector Shelby is now ready to mako his appointments aud a number of thorn are looked for this week Married in tho parlors of the Na tional Hotel Tuesday Sept 12 1803 Elder B W Trimble officiating Pat lickKelley to Mrs Viny Mynhoir Maj Thomas II Shelby Collector of Internal Jlcvcnuo for tho Lexington district will select his own subordi nates without any interference by the Treasury ofllcialp Col W G Welch has been recom mended as Democratic nomiuco for State Senator by the Democrats of Lincoln county which will give him tho nomination should ho accept Representatives of tho Ave banks of Vicksburg Miss which six weeks ago adopted tho system of certified checks aud reduced cash payments to depositors to 50 dail...

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. — 19 September 1893

0 ill ADVOCATE f 1 - w jObavIL J Taylor Of Kansas FmL noiniuatcd as United States fcuiftter to Bolivia n u - Gen A J Gross has boon declared tiA rinttiiAtiAtlA nnminnn if tlm TifllMV ff IIJO LJtJllUJMl H1U llVliUHVV v vv j iteiSanato of the Tenth to frankfoit Judgo Ira Julian siaunced himself tor Mayor before the primary Mayor Tobiu kaudx Mayor Managan aro also in Lhrf field P Before the Democratic primary held in Louisville there were lio canui dales for the 72 local offices and the tV was he moat strongly-con- Wt1 for vears Colonel Henry Wattoreon has ac cepted the invitation to deliver the ad dress at the annual rejinion of the traveling men of tho United States to 4o Kold in St Louis at the Exposition oVftfeptomber 30 Congressman McCrcary wanted a removal of Mis3 Polk from tho Perry ville postofflco and the appointmontof Samuel H Hart and with this in view went to tho Postofflco Depart ment and saw Genoral Maxwcjl and iiad it done No person shiiild travel wilhout a hox of Ayers ...

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. — 19 September 1893

VM - - THE ADVOCATE ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COMPMY TUESDAY SEPT IP IS93 i DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOK STATE SENATOH J H HOLLOWAY OF OJLARK Wo aro authorized to announces G Allen McCormick a a condklato ior Assessor of Montgomery county subject to tho action of the Democratic party The backbone of tho financial panic is undoubtedly broken and tho worst is clearly passed The financial outlook the country over daily grows brighter Reports from the great money centers con tinually give more encouraging Etatoments of matters Tho banks are rapidly retiring vast amounts of Clearing Houso certificates issued to meet tho expenses of the times They are paying out money on checks Tho premium on cur rency has disappeared and they are now loaning to their customers In our own city the banks now open are in fine shape The Trad ers Deposit will reopen at an early day as it has now secured ample money to meet every obligation and some minor details only are left to bo arranged Cattle are going oir and whilst...

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. — 19 September 1893

mz V- i Ml - i H HIMfcUL DKU5 HHHULtOrtlt UHUOtrtO w iwvh iBi fj1 i M4 1 R M B L t 0 Do- act Dforget tho primary next Saturday Andrew Ware of tho Leveo has assigned to S S Gstitsklll Skier J B Green wado is holding a i revival meetme at stueviow John W White netted 506 in win nings at the Hazel Gteen Fair jg Keif lucky pays tho riso of 2000000 annually for tho common schools 9 Democratic primary for Reprosou 4tive and Superintendent of Schools September 23 7ti Bear in mind tho polls open at all elections noV at 7 a m and closo at 4 Sn primaries included ii Miss Evelyn Swinnoy and Mr Ifrank Allen of North Middletown -were married last Thursday Tho Madison County Pair with all its rights and privileges has been sold o Mr Shelby Irvino for 6300 - James CantrJll of Fayetto county will bo married t6 Miss Susie Evans of North Middletown tho 27th insU Tlie case in tho Circuit Court against Honry Bowling for tho ot C Brown iias been continued A Select tlto best man lor stive Romombor we wan...

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. — 19 September 1893

r It u li r THE ADVOCATb S Suflerera from dyspepsia have only 4hotmelvoB to blame if they fail to test ilic wonderful curative qualities of Aycrs Sarsapaiilln In purifying the vljlood this medieluo strengthens ever -organ of the body and even the most abused stomach is soon restored to iiCaithy action lion David A Wells in response Ho a request by Secretary Carlisle has submitted an esUunlteoEtho possibili ty of increasing tho receipts of the tJovcrnment from internal revenue Tho conclusions are about tho same as -those given in a rccout artlclo upon tariff reform by Mr Wells Ho thinks lliat tho tax Ujon distilled spirits is high enough but that the tax upon fermented liquors and tobacco may safely bo increased whilo customs re ceipts may ho increased by lowering tuo prohibitive tariff duties upon these jauicics Ho estimates tho annual in--crease from these sources at 64000 O00 A Queer Thing About Camels- Some years ago when tho British ttroops were lighting against the forces of th...

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. — 19 September 1893

5k 1 gr t m it A 1 mADmCATE J w44 C 0 HNT YANNOUNCEMENTS JLtihtinMuuiite far countV offices tslaMhdi r oAnanwnv Una ordar Coin- - V 11 C 4 A - 4 A4 sa 1 frl I Jv v rv i W aire authorized to annnoiince i SSOassity Editor of the Sentinel Democrat A candidate for member of the General Awemhly from th live Dtriet composed of tJcofcntics ilttpntgomery and Mcnefee subject to the action of the ljmocratic party We are authorized to announce Judge lloward It French as a candl tlate for member of the General As somlilv tmh this Legislative district oompoed of Montgomery kttdjMeno v flfcc counties Subject to the Action of UIQ JUUlUVfl AblU Jldi IJT i KOKHJrERINTENDENT OP QCH00L8 We aro authorized to announce John E Groves for re election to the offico of Superintcndant of Schools subject to tho action of the Dcmocra iMparty Beferoncei his political and official records Wo aro authorized to announce ftf iss Mary Anderson asacandidato perintendont of Schools of Montgom ery county subject to tho ...

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. — 19 September 1893

-4 w THE ADVOCATE Jackson Collcgiato Institute has 95 pupils fWo8t Lexington Presbytery meets it Troy Ky on tho 19 instant Democratic priiriary for Represen tative and Superintendent of Schools Scptembor23 7 tf Bear In mind tho polls open at all clectious now at 7 a m and close at 4 pm primaries included Dr Don Estauslav S Zanballos the liwMlulstor from the Argoutino Rc imbllr has been formally presented to tho Prosidont Throughout tho United States last week thoro wore 314 business failures as against 321 last week and 154 of tho corresponding week last year Jesse Mitchol a negro was lynched at Amelia Courthouse Va Thursday night for assaulting Mary Travis a twelve year old white girl two years ago Tho Worlds Fair directors are in a called moeting as wo go to pres con sidering the feasibility of extending tho expiration of tho Fair until June 1 1894 Al Clum a five year prisoner and Smith a three year prisoner 1iaye escaped from the penitentiary Thoy were1 electricians and were trea...

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. — 26 September 1893

is fr ft fc h w - Mr i i - 1 MI 4i VXIi XY If FARMER S c HO BANK Tits Columbia Safety Vault and Trust Compaay of tsuisville ippointed Trustee The Appointment Meets the Gen- 4 V 5 era disfavor it Merits The case for tho appointment of a permanent receiver for tho Now Farmers Bank has been on trial in tho Montgomery Circuit Court tho past week and tho interest manifested has been very groat Thoro were a r Ter of suits growing ont of tho matter - in hand among1 them one for tho Roaring of a writ of maudamus thatj had been sworn out before Circuit Judge John E Cooper to compol County Judge Lewis Apporson to jicd cept tho bond offered by R B Young aa assignee of tho Now Farmers Bank iTirthir caso Judge Apperson filed an aflidavit stating that ho believed ho could not got justico at tho hands of Judge Cooper Judgo Cooper after a statement in his own defense vacated Iho bench and Mr Jo L Elliston who had been clcqtcd about tho beginning ot tup term to soro as Special Judge ik his place Tho...

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. — 26 September 1893

ltd m - THE ADVOCATE H W W Mosey- Money grow out of mans need o soino common medium of exchange It was in a great part the result of tin dlvielou of labor In course of timo tbo experience o the largor portion of the human race led men to abandon all other cornmod lties and agree upon gold and silver a two whoso qualities rendered then most suitablo for this common modi um Further experience taught mai that it was desirablo to cut theso met ais into pieces of a cortain weight atu to stamp upon thorn its weight Henci the mark tho pound tho livro Thest pieces topk the goneric namo of coil from tho wedgo shapo of tho instru ment cuncu8 orgno used in stamp ing thorn Tho importance of having thest weights accurate and certified so to bi by proper authority was such that the duty was generally confided to tin sovereign and thus wo have tho Span ish veal meaning royal as well af exact This right of coinage was claimed for centuries as a prerogative of the crown but in later times since that...

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. — 26 September 1893

mm I fmuimummmjimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ADVOCATE f ww fc It is always a safe rule when iu jWfllt about iho cause ef any political fulla to cuw the Dcntdcratio party St Louis GUobe Domocrat Repub lican l4Bt Notice Tho per cent goes on city taxos October 1st All parties who have wot paid by that timo will hayo their property levied on for the samo Call tejimo at R 0 Lloyds drug store Main btrcct I mwubjaaincss ft p TfArPEnsoN P 8 2t City Tax Collector A Jipusehold writer says White 1 sailor hats may bo cleaned and enod by rubbing them with lcmoi juico Cut the lemon in halves and f rub vigorously first layingtho hat on a cleau cloth on a flat surface bo thai 1t vein not got out of shape After us If ingtho lemon brush tho hat thorough- iy with tepid water containiug half a oaspoon ful of borax Romovo the SVMiaud iu cleaning so that it will not bo fr discolored Justice Horn Blower President sent to the sonato Tuesday tho nomination of W B Hornblower of New York to bo oeiato Justice of tho Su...

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. — 26 September 1893

hr I i ll P1 i n i THE ADVOCATE ADYOGATEPUBLISHIHG iii TUESDAY SEtT 20 1893 DEMOCRATIC TICKET TOK STATE SENATOK J H HOLLOWAY OKOTjARK Vo aro authorized to annouuce G Allen McConnluk as a coudidate Jot Assessor of Montgomery county subject to iho actiou of tho Democratic party COUNCILMEN Prior to a Domocratic selection it is oldom that a newspaper takes iu stand as to candidates but in tliit selcclion yo dosiro to oxprcss our choice and what applies to one ward is applicable to all Wo are favorable to only such men as will take an active interest in tho affairs ol tho city men of practical common scuso wing men havent common flense men who will work not for in dividual hit rest but for tho Inteiwi of tho whole They must know what the resources of tho city aro its ex penses its indcbtedi oss the amount to be reserved for tho sinking fund in order to meet tho bonded indebted ness and ilien have judgment ami courage fiifliclont to apply the bal ance iu a way profitable to every citi zcu...

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. — 26 September 1893

i W ir U 1 V in lwTiom her sister Louisa Alcott wroto Tho Kceleyites will hold a rounion t Crab Orchard somo time in October- Thiawill bo a good advertise ment forihetKcoloy Institute and will bo he moans of bringing in much stuff which they arc after fHanloy Itagan Is studying medicine tiudorDr B F Thompson ouo of our -leading physiciaus bright young man Hanloy is a of an excellent iftnt 1n wn amk S 1 flrnl t fl II ft Will I high in his chosen profession fTRIrMiko McCarty formerly with i itho Mt Sterling Gas Company is iV ww witu lll Mt Sterling Gas and Ofcctric Company and will auswor all -calls for plumbing work of all kindp ilin rrrand rush for tllO trail at - - iZ - ChnArrn 1 H S F7p lin1 hid nnk dvpicked and was loser of 20 and tho book Luckily ho Had funds In other jpoekots and got homo without having to walk Mr Fizcr says pickpockets tareCJUeicker than flies in a barnyard Tt 7- T - fAsa general rule it Is best not to correct costivenesa by tho use of saline Oo ordrastic medi...

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. — 26 September 1893

Ii I u 1 r r it- t n t if il 1 f J u il I r wflRsi THE ADVOCATk Tho Union Tabornaclo of Ilopkins tIIIo will bo dedicated to day by Rov 3am Jones Democratic primary for Represen tative and Suporiutcndont of School Sopicmber 23 m 7 tf i JVill A Biown editor of tho Cyn ithiaiia Democrat died irom lung rouble last Tuesday William Dauu son of a weaillijr Poudleton county Ky farmer fatally eliot Al Keys a colored hobtlcr at r Williamatown tho 18th iust Major Wickliffo Chapman AsaUt aut AdjutanUaoneral under Governor Knotts administration died at his -home iu Frankfort Tuesday Fraucia II Weuks oiice an honored member of the bar iu New York city anust answer to the charge of embezzl ing 1000000 of intrusted tunds Henry Poiudexter who escaped jfroiu the Eddyvillo prison has beon xecap tuied after having been out about -seven yearn The reward was 200 As soon as Representative Good might returns to Washington he will report the bill dividing Kentucky into 4 wo Judicial districts The Judiciary ...

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. — 26 September 1893

r V THE ADVOCATE k COUNTV ANNOUNCEMENTS D - ill lunoemtitsfor couHtr dfltee tn uoiwrnDftitv the order uioatlona in the interest ot 10 cent per Hue We are authorized to anuounco Rich ard H Hunt as a candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery county subject to the action of tho Democratic party We aro authorized to announce Whu Slettd as a candidate for Sh6riff of Moutgomery county subject to tho notion or tho Democratic party 3Vo are authorized to announce J C B GrUUspio a canumaic iorononuui POlintV BUblect to the Action of tho Democratic party FOR JAILER W am authorized to announce JO0 f Tnrlnv lis a oaudidato tor Jailor of Montgomery county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party fo aro authorized to annouueo Tnannli Al Smith as caiulidato for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party - Wn nvo Authorized to announce T Ml Loach as a candidate for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to annouueo J...

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. — 26 September 1893

m M u f H 7 2 f l I u w yw s t I R I if mzwxsmsxm ar THE ADVOCATE Charles E Duff a prominout citl xeH of Frankfort died in Now York Thursday I S I I 1 AVhon Brot llarto hides himself nemay know he is hard at work At such times he rises before the sun aud works all day with no interrup tion except briefly for meals and an hours walk Shelby villc Ky has a salacious 8landorca8o in which tho principal -witness Is Dr Uorinc tho undo of Miss Madclino Pollard The elusive doctor however failed to testify as freely as his celebrated nicco Ju Igo Coffey of tho Supremo Court of IndianP in an opinion concurred in by all of his associates has decided that Indiana cities aud towns havo no right to regulate the price at which -natural gas shall bo furnished to con sumers The big shops of tho Little Rock Memphis railroad at Little Rock which havo been shut down for some time wero reopened with tho full forco Thursday Tho Iron Mountain railroad shops at tho same placo will resume Octobor 1st During ...

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. — 3 October 1893

5 MT VOL IV CLEVELAND REITERATES His Views on the Financial Ques tion in a Letter to Governor Northern In reply to a lotted from Governor Northern of Ceorgia asking the President to givo his position on finan cial matters Mr Clovoland has sont the following Executive Mansion Washington D C Sept 25 J 7 Hon W J Northern My Dear SSir I hardly know how to roply to your letter of tho 15th inst It Booms to mo that I am quite plainly en rec ord concerning tho financial question My letter accepting tho nomination to tho Presidency when read in connec tion with tho messago lately sent to u tho Congress in extraordinary session t appears to me to bo very explicit 1 want a currency that is stablo and safe in tho hauds of our people I will not knowingly be implicated in a con dition that will justly make mo in tho least degree answerable to any laborer or farmer in the United States for a j jy shrinkage IN THE PURCHASING POWER Of tho dollar ho has received for a dollars worth of work or for a g...

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. — 3 October 1893

THE ADVOCATE M k Cheeked the progress of Con BUmptlon Its cured too if its takon In time What is needed is tho ono unfail ing remedy for Scrofula in all its forms for ono of thoso forms Lung scrofula is Con sumption Purify your blood thats tho first thing Rid it of the taints and poisons that make it easy for this dreaded diseaso tq fasten its bold Then if you havent dolayod too long you can bo cured From beginning to end tho remedy is Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Its tMo most potent blood cleanser strength restorer and fiosh buildor known to medical science Consumption and overy form of Scrofula and blood taint all yield to it For Weak Lungs Spitting of Blood Bronchitis Asth ma and all sovero lingering Coughs its an unoqualcd remedy and the only ono for tho Blooa and Lungs thats guaranteed If it doesnt benoflt or euro In overy caso you havo your monoy back THE OCEAN The oceans waves In steadfast restlessness Seek still tho unvnniuislicdunrctrcntlngehorc Nor know where they s...

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