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

M RK -was on hoard It occurred when tho vessel was hut a few days at sea Because royalty was aboard un- ML aasual precautions were observed to mako tho ship thoroughly safe When an inventory of the - was taken two suspicious looking boxes woro found amongHho stores of which no account could bo 1 1 DANGEROUS LOOKING BOXES Ships Stores Tlmt Frightened tho Captain A of h Mrltlsh Vcssol is an amusing incident which hhDponcd on her majestys ship Can Ida in 1883 when the JDuko of York discovered This was a time when tho alleged activity of Irish dynamit ers was giving Englishmen many troubled dreams An explosion al most in midocean had sunk a ship attached to tho Pacific squadron ff only a short time before and it was believed by many that tho explosion had been causod by dynamite The commissariat officers of the Canada wero sorely dismayed by the two mysterious boxes flight not some fanatical Irish patriot havo sought to guin for himself everlast ing glory by smuggling an iufernol ilhach...

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. — 3 October 1893

THE ADVOCATK M0C4TE PUBLISHING COMPAHY TUESDAY OCT 8 JS93 DEMOCRATIC TICKET ORVSTATEIS EN ATOIt J H HOLLOWAY OF OliAHK fOit REPKE3KNTATIVE W C TAYLOR OF MKKEFEE roil SCHOOL SUIEKINTEKDENT I N HORTON Register to day Tho Uultod Statos Sonte was the bcouo of aa exciting debate between Mr Wolcott aud Mr Gordou Wednes day tho latter Indignant at tho formers roforencoto him as tho stecer of tho Repeal Bill and speaking with much feeling accusod tho Colorado Senator of eavesdropping at tho doors of tho comtnltto rooms throngh him self or his agents Afterward Mr Gorbon modified his languago and peace again reigned On Wednesday last tho motion to sot asido the judgment of tho Mont gomery Circuit Court in appointing tho Columbia Finance and Trust Company Trusteo of the New Farmers Bank was heard and dismissed After tho adjournment of the Court Col Thomas TuruoV at the request ol a largo number of interested hearors made a speech from the steps of tho Tyler Apporson block in which he sovorely ...

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. — 3 October 1893

i f 1 0 V v TrimebL Bros Wholesai e Grocers W4 4 W E BROS r jh - wholesale Grocers MT STERLING KY Register to day Tho Bath Circuit Court began its torm yesterday EsqBF Dorsoy 1b announced as a candidate forfCify Judgoat tho Novem ber election Mr Georgo W Burgo a prominent citizen of Georgetown has boon strick ftm with paralysip Tho Montgomery Circuit Court ad journed on Saturday afternoon having held a term embracing tho entire four weeks allotted to it Its thousands of cures aro tho best advertisements for Dr Sagos Catarrh Itemedy w cents uy aruggisis Tho J N Wilson company of Lex ington on Wednesday suffered a loss fcy firo of some 40000 on their stock of clotbingand furniehingKods Los coVorcd by insurance A dispatch from Knoxvillo Tenn tatea that tho Drnmmond lynching case has assumed a very different shape it being now claimed that citizens of Brlcevlllo and not soldiers aro the guilty parties AtLoxington Ky it is thought tint tho failure of tho Granite Stato Bankat Exotcr NH wi...

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. — 3 October 1893

THE WAYSIDE PUMP t ShnJko hands ays tho wnysido pump Best of friends on a summer day And sweetest talkor you over know Although no doubt tis truo He speaks through Ills noso in a careless way That would mnko a precisian jumpl Shako linndst How his arm of oak Stretches out as you draw a night All he asks Is an easy stroke To pour you out as smooth ns smoke A sweotor nectar than you could buy What do you doubt It only try I Take that cup from tlio rusty nail Hold It under tho nursling spout Well how goes It this Adams ale Pump away you cant pump him outl Hearts like his werent mado to fall Three full cups Ah you need not toll Whether you llko him 111 or well So ho stands by tho dusty way Gods own landlord and seems to say Drink your fill there Is naught to payl Thirsty horses with nostrils wide Plungo tholr heads In his mossy trough Drink and crop from tho cool wollsldo A bunch of grass ami thou nmblo off And now tho dcop chested oxen como And drain tho trough at a slnglo draft Tholrg...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 October 1893

kf TEE ADVOCATE w JffcOUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS r Announcements for county offices 5 each to accompany the ordor Com munications la the intorost ot candid ates 10 cents per lino 8IIEBJFF Wn urn Authorized to announce Rich ard H Hunt a8 a candldato for Sheriff ot Montgomery county subject to ino 1 action of the Democratic party Wn am authorized to announce Wm Slodd as a candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery county sumeci to tno action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announco J C B Gllli8pio a candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER Wo are authorized to announco Joo C Turloy as a candldato tor Jailor of Montgomery county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announco Josoph M Smith as candldato for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announco T M Leach as a candidato for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tno action of the Democr...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 October 1893

f I ft A THE ADVOCATE i SOUS EARNEST WORDS AS TO LYNCfflNCf Everybody can see that lynching grows worse and worse Such prac tices are contagious Public descrip tion of ono caso suggests another where it might not have been thought of What In tho world will this lead to As a permanent and growing practice lynching must bo destructive of civilization Is this statement too broad Think a moment and soo ii it would not bo so Now tho apology for lynching must lie in ono of two things Some sa that our laws and our courts can 1101 bo relied on to puuish as outragoou criminals ought to bo punished Others toll us that lynching will bo more likely to striko terror into brut ish criminals than the slow nud dull processes of law As to tho last point I gravoly doubt whothor tho view is correct Even tho lowest of mankind aro not brutes They have some notions ol right and wrong something of what wo call conscience If you try to restrain such a man lrom great crimes only by fear of lynching you exci...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 October 1893

I jev PV iv 1 MT STERLING f J - LJllii I1 MM7 m 6Vf i Kecretavy or atato nnngs tnis suiu f VOX IT y m FARMERS BANK VtM State TkM kHaad in the nT Utun f 4V TTavcJ 11 QlUBJRDHl y lB 4 n I ts m r i iMi - -- VMl vr rf t r JL y v r - V K tWlJ t I 1 - - t - T - rh i T Question- u 7 1 131 a i ts rv nv is A to Who Shall Servo as Receive For the Bank f fpVoccdings hayd beon instituted ia tho Montgomery Circuit Court b Ssoretaryor State uoaaiy ior oaten g fine late order of the Court gpjUating the Columbia Finance and IrustCoropany of Louisville Trustee jg or Ihe NewFarmors Bank fjili This suites brought under the now Incorporation law which gives the 7 State auiwiTision of the banks of the State and ia tho first of its kind The V t suit has tho approval of the Attorney v General aud its progress willbe k ff yratched with iutorest r f -Under tho now act it is claimed the fState has tho right to institute pro ceedings When thci Secretary of State snail boc6ine satisfied that the capital 7 oVtt...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 October 1893

- - V wlfaMHKs i ih i - THE ADVOCATE Brltid them away the aches pains weaknesses and ailments that make womens life miserable Soma of them stay be serious and of long standing theyll need time pcrhapi and pa tlenco But all of then can certain It bo cured and corrected with Dr Pierces Pavorlto Proscription Its a poworful Invljroratingr tonic md a soothing and strongthonlng nervine a legiti mate medicine purely vegetables perfectly harmloss and carofully adapted to womens delicate needs At the tyro critical periods In a womans life the chango from girlhood to womanhood and later tho chango of lifo it ia a porfoctly aafo and an especially valuable remedial agent that can produce only good results Forallfemalo conmlaimV lrrotnilarI -and weaknesses Favorite Prescription is tho only remedy so unfailing and effective that it can bo guaranteed If it doesnt bfWflfS or cura jn every caso tha monoy will 6 v iirrtrt A pliysiQian ho has mado tho sub ject a study declares that tho taint of heredi...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 October 1893

4 VfrJ M tt fj Wl 5 H SThi l oO t vVT r V - HARVESTING CORN 1 i ityjr t by vVliUli iHth TlMtaad LaW My sa fared L ola oertainlvn srreat deal of fekna t tnuwi t itr route that k too commonly tra V- rorerJa trailing and getting corn in- it nJJ i vsv fiWi - -- - i rwwmoki A wU ktidld gianie una uere iiiuauswuia M fbfta yUsfaotofrKby fannec who thtw describee hw The try Gjtatlemanl o jaotie a atandlnrhillof corn for Reenter ct the shocks jwt i frequent BoTbuk iaketi of4 shock JnFJgaj r i a llhi pole about 12 feet long twoJMfsaboQt SfetiniBgth The bar iaan old bioiu handle fitting v a hole bored throusrh the twle tog thfeah eveSanmber of rows etain I usually take rix be suoflikor in my right hand I pass te cenbar ssaoe three rows on either t until tihave passed three hills of frow anCstand at A Fig 2 begin YNwkf after runaiHg the stick luaoei irr cuinnsr me xour nius nt i ii djplaciBaefcwJfcicylinits wad cw three hills without taking step AlM divUa AFA MMtti 1 tltfl nt to reseat tie 86 h...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 October 1893

o iSnf fa X t It 15 nu lQ 0 Trvr rift f - iiwivy4Jw H r Q Q ftmtu sitjiJHsr sssk THE ADVOCATb IDYOCATE PUBLISHIM COMPAMY TUESDAY OCT 10 1893 DEMOCRATIC TICKET Orfstatksknator j h holloway OF OLARK rOll REIRESENTATIVK W C TAYLOR OF MENEFEE you school supeiuntendent N HORTON A Republican newspaper Is soon to bo Btartcd in Winchester A company liaB been organized for that purse and one of its mombors is now in Chicago buying an outfit Winches ter Slin Secretary Carlislo has eont to the Senate a new estimate placing the probable total cost of deportation of ChincBo laborers under tho Geary act at 7360000 of which sura 860000 would bo required for tha current fiscal yoar Tho Democratic majority is so pro nounced in Mt Sterling that republi can opposition at the November elec tion for municipal officers will hardlj uo probable HowovorTTany of the several republican gentlcmou who an said to be anxious to make tho raci desire to try idsuos tlio field is open and they cau make their wlshcsjo...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 October 1893

S 3 d a Id of cowa and heifers from this Hion yesterday for which he paid from 2 to 2Vcens T STERUNO ADVOCATE i -Please nialce 4nptfce to your first ssue that I decline o make the race br City Judge or any other office - ZT Ypkiigjr and Miss Lizzie jtMOwooa coin oi tins city were mar- riedfb tho Grand Uotel Cincinnati past Tuesday jar aoung is a young P fcdL iXA a i W a -a k 4 m I j A Afl juauiiuuuur iw aim in lutaicu ai 3yQrohgadT i At Jforth Middletowu Christian jJCjipch last Wcdaosday Mr ttowis llIaganof Winchester and Miss Lida Stcynolde of Nortli MiddJotown ami r Will Hagan of Winchester and H88 E l4Bcanof North Middlotown wcro nialfied Miss A Kate Strode daughtor of D Strode a prominent Clark tounty farmer will ho married on IWednesday evening the 25th inst at T30 oclock in the Winchester Bap tist church to Mr yeruou L ClaTrk ofraukfort and will bo at their 3iome in Frankfort Jifter November 1 i On last Friday at Morohcad M F Touch had his examining trial before County- Judge ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 October 1893

m r m m y tSIZ ffO n o 4 Wi ii i iiiim II iiiiiiiiw THE ADVOCATE Tho Worlds Fair claims to havo tlio biggest hog in Iho world It is 8 foot loiigand 3 foot wido v in i - - rtTliQ ilrst cream coming from a cotf is comiioscd of tbo largest globules of butter fat and for that reason butter made from it U of Armor grain A Vermont county fair last wook -drew 15000 A first class country fair anywhere will draw pooplo and wo Bhotlld havo moro euch expositions In Illinois sheop havo boon found to ha aillicted in tho lungs with small white worms Tho sheop havo good appetites but grow poor Turpontine given iti liberal doses has proved ben ilcial Huudreds of newspapers aro quot ing this sontonco from tho New York Evening Post Thp last man in the country to whom tho President of tho United States should give a great office is tho mau wlio has given mos t mouoy towards electing him Some of the older authorities givo tho opal as an omblom of hopo Bui a writer on tho subject Kabbl Bro- noiti who li...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 October 1893

IV ft- m - t f -4 o f i -- s aj I i j r Jif yOB JAILKB a - i -v Of M T THE MSVOCATE - OOUNTXAiWQUNCEMEIfTS Aa woneflt8 for jtyogoM eoki aeoompauj tkiordpr Com VnnWrtrln the Stttfet oi atw Iff wt per litis BHERirr w ar authorized to announce Rich ard H HaiH as a candidate for Sheriff ofMontgoHwry county suojeci 10 mo notion of the Democratic party We are authorized t6 announce Win ledd as a candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery county subject to the acon of the Democratic party flfa are authorized to announce J 0 JB GUliapie a candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery county sunject w iuu action of tho Democratic party J We are authoriited to announce Joe Aandidato tor Jailor of 0 Turfey as MoatKomery county subject to tho ac tion of the Democratic party V u Wo aro autiioriRca vo duuijw Joseph H Smith as cudldato for aUr of Montgomery county subject i the action of tho Democratic party ttf ro authorized to announce T it teach as a candidate for Jailor of Montgomery county suDject w mo action...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 October 1893

l IO P R D I r r b k t - - - it - B rv a - ft 15 f i M v 8- an Tho book containing tho acts of the last Legislature will contain 1570 pages Thoro wore 320 business failures throughout the United Statoe during ihc past weok as against 184 tho samo period Inst year Georgetown Is building a tabornaclo 60x150 feet seating capacity 1500 for tho purpose of holding a meeting as soon as completed lion Theodora F Hallam la an nounced as a candidate for State Sen ator against Mr William Goobol and tho race promises to be interesting Tho National banks of Now York now hold 24120500 in excess of the reserve required by law Two months ago it -was difficult to keep tho reserve intact - Whilo Houston Kelley and Eliza Dout colored of Paris wore sleeping on the same bed somo ono discharged a dynamito bomb between them kill ing them instantly Ex Mayor C Booker Reed of Louis- ville whom Mayor Henry S Tylerthc present incumbent and Democratic nominee defeated four years ago has been nominated as an ind...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 17 October 1893

1b H Hi IV I J wl 1 I WEJE World Fair Excursion - Queen Crrescent Magazine The Quocn CrpscentRouto is pre- paring to issue ati ojaboratq publica tion In magazine form descriptive of the different sections of iho South tfbutary to its lines 1 Capitalists tourists and business mon aro not likely to forgot tho b Southern cities so long as tho Queen aqd Crcscont Route can reach them with this artistic publication Copy of this magazine will bo ntfMiPKo any address on receipt of Oxonts In postage stamps AUUIVOO jN i a J ttBB AgUUI IJUUIUUUU J f Th1 piple of Mt Sterling have but iso more cnsnco w yiaii inu vr utm a lr at a reduced rate and that is on e splendid special train leaving the N dopot iu Lexington Thursday njnlngOctobor 19 at 8 a m mak injMhe run to Chicago iu twelve without a single change via Cincinnati over the Louisville and Nashville and Pennsylvania lines the great railway system of tho South and North Tho round trip faro from Winchester is 940 fcood for 16 days fjMt Sterli...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 17 October 1893

8 oJ fc ft rK W J1 i f a 3 TEE ADVOCATE ruV V t JJ A yj J7ard to wal low tho groat griping old-fashioned pill and thats not tho hardest port of I It either Your I troubles ore only beginning when you got It down Its all non sense You can get more good and without hav ing to suffer for it with Dr Pierces Pleasant Fellots Not merely temporary good but help that latts In a perfectly easy and nat ural way thoy cloanso and rcgulato tho whole system and keep it regulated Sick and Bilious Headacho Constipation Indigestion Bilious Attacks and all dorangeraonts of tho liver stomach and bowels aro promptly re lieved and permanently cured Theyre the original Liver Pills tho small est easiest and best to takeand thoyro the cheapest for theyre guaranUtd to give satisfaction or your money is returned You pay only for tho good you got This Is truo only of Dr Pierces medicines A perfect vest pocket remedy in small vials and only one necessary for a doso Tho easiest and safcest way to pro tect a fie...

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. — 17 October 1893

0 V i lf O FFi 1 o T ft - HE ADVOCATE i y fjiflfj fruit culture cuts tho farm- in ta at uotn onus urop ana faro both small kBheep raisin is not necessarily tWect matter for tho specialist alono kinst become an element in tho tf yon wish to Beouro a emtaln an jtofcij I pecdy testily when uaijgiAyor8 iiparaia bo caroTul Sn observing tho lletrof health or the boncfit may bo Btardcd A lair and porsistont trial If this jnedleino never falls whon the directions afo1followedi - 1Jrontfnoon8rornbu8tionmaVrcout 3nn sforinschay intho barn unless it is properly cacdand freefrom dampi J10885 and when curing corn fodder do not allow iti6 becomo too dry boforo cutting jrfnnrAlA Amn 41if vau Innf vnnr f aV1 WHJU WlV jw wwv rfa cwayo often at tho worms air grounds Why man I had studied up tho I official guide Jndgo 1 Doht cifinWVldYoY accounPbf iyour incurable blood disease Tho sensible ttiing for you to do is to take DCjrert Sarsaprrilla If that falls Why thou keep on trying and it will not fail T...

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 October 1893

M BJ H - 1 f f i tl ra j1 1 t it u fCiv a i THE ADVOCATE i ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY TUESDAY OCT 17 1893 DEMOCRATIC TICKET OKfglVVTKSNATOK J H HOLLOWAY OF OliAKK roii IlUlUKSJSNTATlVE f pv7jAVLtR lfv OF MENKKEK - i KOU SCHOOL SUrEIUKTEKDEKT I NHORTON t He CITY TICKET FOK MAYOIt - ADAM BAUM roitiOLiCEicDcn BEN R TURNER - ioit uirv XiTrbitsiJt i H CLAY McKEE riftl CHIEr OKTOLICE - CHARLES WILSON 1s FOll COUXC1IMEX IlItST WVIM C H BRYAN JWILL CLAY EcosbWAun J v HENRY WATSON J M 1SOLA Tltllll WAIU M S KELLY J W BURROUGHS rOClTII MAilD JTVIC6NROY C c cLoVer E B May of Maytuwn being greatly annoyed by tho Repub lican bco which goea buzzing abom his bonnet He is now desirous oi being a State Senator Senator Allen Populist of Ne braska has broken the record in the United States Senate by mak ing u speech of nearly 15 hours duration His avowed object was to us far as possible aid in warding off a vote on the Voorhees Repeal Bill Among the Democratic nominees will bo found the names of the ...

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 October 1893

r L7to r I If ft ri L J1 i -- Kvirf S atsv jji 1 rV U t u Trimebl Bros WhoLesi e Grocehs f R I M B L E B R O S Wholesale MTr STERLING JB1Y - - Excelled by None i IGvere Case of Rheumatism IharobcehtrouWcdwltli rheumatism dur ing tho past year For vcekut a lime I Vas confined to my room I resolved to try Poods SarsapariSSa Tho result of paiaklnffot this great modlcino twos that It made inn strong nut healthy us beforo Tajiks E Lccas 818 North Hand JCllidttootp Md H d O DS CU n ES HOODS PiirLsaro pirrly vcgctableand do ot purge jaln or grlfto Sold by all druggists A special tenirof tlio Leo Circuit Court will bo hcldbogiuning next Monday v Tho voryjbest rncdiunufor tho die of no advertisers of Mts5lorlin js tho Advocate- - - f Vork onttiq now CourUhouso of Magofflri county is in progress and when completed this will bo one of the most attractiyo temples of justice in Eastern Kentucky i r A special train crashed into an ox- train at J acKson Michigan on Friday morning Result 12 killed ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 17 October 1893

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