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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 17 October 1893

VY 2s jf V E B r s KI BSSlliLJJsWi I ip he- advocate COtlK42mpNOteMENT 1 Anonnpmcnts for county offices f5 eachjiccopipanyJljo order Com uunlcationsin the intarcat of Mtee 10 cents per lino SHERIFF v i xv w ooninVtnd lrd JET Huht as a candidate for Sheriff oit Montgomery county sudjucho m acinof the Domdcrati party w o oitiinrod to i announce Wm Sledd as a candidate for Shorltt of Jiagomdry cdunty subjoct to the actioiiof tho Democratic party Wo arc authorized to announco J 0 B Glllispio a candidate for Shoriffof Montgomery county subject to tho action oi tno jjcmfciauuijaii Hp m ybll JAILER 1 w nniiHinviyott to announco Joo nrntnv ni n mmdidato tor Jailer of Montgomery county subject to tho ac tion of tho Democratic party iinir iT 170 are authorized to announco Joseph M Smith as candldato -for ifailerof Montgomery county subject tpHho action of tho Democratic party Wo are authorized to announco T M Loach as a candidate for Jailor of Montgomery county Bubject to the action of tho De...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 17 October 1893

ft a Ml K - J I R f L Ifc a THE ADVOCATE 4t The monthly statement of Auditor Ackerman of the Worlds Fair bIioytb that the exposition is now out of debt rikI has a haudsomc balance in the treasury Firo at an early hour Thursday morning destroyed four blocks in the business portion of Sioux City la Tho loss is estimated at a half a mil lion dollars Tho Wallace street stables of tho Chicago City Street Railway Com pany wero destroyed by Are on Thursday night Five hundred Jiorses perished Thostcamor City of Savannah of tho St Louis and Tennessee Tackot Line sunk Wednesday night ten miles below Paducah Ky Tho cargo was valued at 50000 After taking 5812 ballots at Balti more tho First Judicial Democratic convention ended the deadlock by nominating as Chief Judge Henry Page of Somerset aud as Associate Henry Lloyd of Dorchester Tho convention started to work two months ago Little Matt Adams expects to sue ceed Dr Walton as Pension Agent of Kentucky Some young active Dem ocrat ought to bo h...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 24 October 1893

SEY Laf 1 I JM M - 1 X ivBnrdli is a 14 Tvard bs come to be nearly ffvand a niggor7 Waller fianke mKXc i JKV jf1 -B taw iaUwTMri Ward raio ror city ontcers in uw DdyJu race There aroW caav for Councllmon inthit Vardf femocratlc J WBurroughs and Celley Two Republican J D idopendonis W T r B P Cox low we grvo tho petition and tho f petitioners calling on tho Indo- lents State qv Kentucky JERY NO COUNTY OF MONTdMERY City ov Mt Sterling Iia tin njiir nf ffin Monttrnmnrv intCqurt four petitioners ask that tho namot T Fitzpatrick bo printed upon i ballots as candidate for Council- Un from the Third 3rd ward of fce city of Mt Sterling at the olec n to bo held in tho said city for hy Qtttcors at the November election WShatBaid W T Fitzpatrick re- Ides in said ward in said city and Utho la legally qualified to hold Lid office that the subscribers to this atitlon dcslro and are legally quan ted to vote fpr said candidate Tho kmo of tho nrlnoiplc which said can- Idato jpresents is Independent ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 24 October 1893

V V kV h f r ft - J r tin qHMtMwunmwirniii ivMiAfi THE ADVOCATE k JL bill authorizine r bridge across the Hudson rivor between Now York j and Jcrsoy City was passed by tho National House Wednesday Mrs Lucy Stono Blackwell tho wall tMnmi nfAmnti mlflrnirrlaf rfinrl fit Dorchester Mass Wednesday night aged so vonty flvo years Tho Wollman Iron and Steele Com pany of Chestor Pa was seized by tho Sheriff on judgment of 64000 Tho company has a capital stock of 11000000 with a total investment of 1500000 The Rov Francis It Bateman who or tho laBt 18 months has been pastor of Trinity Baptist church in East Fifty fifth Strcot NYwill be receiv ed by confirmation into tho ion of tho Protestant Episcopal church Evidently Gov Altgolds sympa thies aro not limited to ono class oj law violators his friends the anarch ists Ho has broken all records of ex ecutive clemency by granting 63 par dons and 32 commutations in sovou months making in all 95 prison rolcas ts It is tho most reckless use of the I...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 24 October 1893

I i t t f i sS I Lf - 4 V t rir - yi tf o h MLM t ll i THE ADVOCATE The Old turkeys which shed their fetors lato in tlio fall should bo kept for the y will lay early next spring - Maity swarms and largo yiolda of honey will not bo obtained during the same season Tho ouo will be developed at the expense ol tho other A fira which broke out 6u tho West Sldo in Now York Weduosday even- iiiff burned over two squares Tho Ijsb will reach 1500000 TurkoyB should havo an open shed under which to roost If thoy are compelled to resort to tho tree limbs the result Will bo a loss from disease S t John Lubbck who onio Kept a queen boo for flftcon year declares that a test proved that tho eggs wero as fertile at that ago as thoy wefo twolvo years before It is U6clqs8 to savoeed from a largo and luscious walermolon if you have several variofios together as tho melons of next year from tho selected eecd may not bo uuiform in every respect Jtfo doubt here is profit in goat keenimr in a small way where...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 24 October 1893

s I - m - lr V i i THE ADVOCATE ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COHPAHY TUESDAY OCT 21 1693 DEMOCRATIC TICKET OKtfSTATEISUNAlOK J H HOLLOWAY OV CLARK VOll JllUKKSENTATIVE W C TAYLOR OF MEXKFEK FOIt SCHOOL SUIEIUNTEKDEXT I N HORTON T CITY TICKET KOIl MAYOR ADAM BAUM FUKlOUCK JUDGE BEN R TURNER rem city attomy H CLAY McKEE roi CIHKF OF FOLIC E CHARLES WILSON FOU COD NCI LM EX FIRST WAItD C H BRYAN JWILL CLAY SECOND WAKO HENRY WATSON J M ISOLA rilllll WAIID M S KELLY J W BURROUGHS FOtKTH WAKD J M CON ROY C C CLOVER The Senate needs about five min utes of tho spirit of John Quinry Adams wlien he broke a stupid dead lock in tho llouse by quietly saying I propose lo pot the question niy 6clf He put it and order came oui of chaos The majority ruled The legislature legislated N Y World Once this country decided against the theory of taxation without repre sentation Again it decreed that a few Slates could not defy the major ity Do tho minority Senators at Washington thinK that cither or both of these v...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 24 October 1893

I iff u u i 3 f 1 8 v fr i I J r f rf5 JHra Mi P 1 JJOJMJ 1 Was a Wreck T7lth catarrh lung trouble and generally broken down Boforo I bad taken half a bottlo of Hoods Saraaparllla I felt better Now I am In soirfna Btfod health for all of which my ibanks aro due io Hoods Saraapnrllla bibs m f Bora Cldvor Iron Co Mo Get Hoods Hoods Pills ure Constipation by restor tnc Uio porta taltia action of tho alimentary1 canal THE ADVOCATE Forty po cent of the salaries of tho teachers of tho public schools has been paid Adjutant General A J Gross has aont hig resignation to Gov Brown to take effect November 1st jt Tho worst Nasal Catarrh no matter of how long standing is permanently cured by Dr Sagos Catarrh Remedy The young mon and womon who were at tho Worlds Fair last week nd tho week before have returned liomo 4 Judgo Tonoy of Louisville has de cided that all juries drawn since Octo ber let aro illegal He upon motion dismissed the jurors of his court and -ordered them selected in conformity ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 24 October 1893

f h It ft- h r N is- a J IK i w JJr n 1 t 3 I v a w This Set is a new design in Triple Plate Salt and Spoon Oold Lined Complete in satin lined case Makes a beautiful present We will give this Set FREE delivered to any address for 4 now pald up yearly subscriptions or will sell It to n Hiuseriber delivery prepaid for 160 a TESTIMONIXL8 Wo add in conclusion a few testimonials to the manufacturers from parties who have bought the Premium High Arm Sewing Ma chine Mil H T Parish of Coodys Bluff Ind T wptfaa MW dm nnA rf vnlii TTIrli Ann Sewing Machines and have been for overtime1 years anu are pieasou 10 say it w evorytuing you recommend it to be We received tho ma chine in June 18SS Xfn TOffnvnuf T ltrsw tt Tlnfiyi Til nfltA under datoof September 1801 I have received the High Arm Sewing Machine and nia well pleased Tor beauty strength and simplicity of work it Js unexcelled Mil H II UTTEltBACK of Florida Mo writes Wo bought a High Arm Sewing Ma chine from yo i in March 18t0 nud are wel...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 24 October 1893

t I flptt A- n fiHwS rill l fclE ADVOCATE ti V i rvh tTsr jity AiSJSUUyiaLBixp inceinflntslorioounty offices fi te accompany iitlons in the interest ot cents por lino 8IIERIFF o tf - r kulhorizcd loanuounco Rich lVHunt as a candidate for Sheriff jiitedmery county bupjcci to au iOf the Domoo j a ivpii 10 aro auinonzoa 10 buhuuuw Rioflil ns a candidate for Sherlll j 1 mtgombry couuty subject tortho i of the Democratic party Wi jt two aro authorized to announce J l jGillispioa candidate toranermoi jntiromcry coanty subject to mo ractlon of thp Democratic party Wir 4 r f FOB JA1EEB ftiifhnrlzed to announce Jo6 n Tnrlnv an ft candidate lor Jailer of suujeci io mu IVMontgomeryaCounty party t - Wearo authorized to announco fnannli itf Smith as candldato for iSjailcr of Montgomery county subject Staatho action of tuo Democratic party -vv nm nntrtniized to announco T I M Loach as a candidate for Jailor of Montgomery county buuji w action of tho Democratic party Wn o unauthorized to announce ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 24 October 1893

44 V I f I 1 5 t RUfl V THE ADVOCATE AMB tWCK AND CW 1 Kidd Bush for Lehman Bros Baltimore fcolught 05 cattlo of Charles Douohoe average 1600 4 cents W D Sutherland bought from dif ferent parties in Nicholas and Mason counties 80 head of 12Q0 pound feed ers at 350 aud 40 yearling 850 pund at 3 Also 85 hogs at U to 6 ceuts ICentuckiau Citizjed The largo stock barn of William Red Saiathcrs throe miles cast of town was destroyed by flro at 780 ofclock lt night Two horses four onulos and a lot ot hay and oats were burned In tho barn The loss is about 2600 Mr Smathors had an 400 on tho barn but ho does not know whothor it had expired or not Tho oriel n of tho fire is un known Sharpsburg World Tho Entorprlso reports Georgetown court as follows There was a large crowcPpf pcoplo in town on Monday Soraffwero attending tho Circuit court Bomo tho salo of stock and others tho union mooting There wore botween 300 and 400 cattlo on tho market Yearlings sold from 10 to 18 2ycar olds 275 por cwt mi...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 31 October 1893

Wi If - in Q h h VOIi IV g i i - n my Advocate job rooms Dont forgot to attend tho trots at tne jmr grounus tms wcok jr J G Trlmbfo shipped to ColUnbus Gla onOFriday last a carloadofnico horses and mules NJcholaBvillos registration stands hus 211 Democrats 211 Republicans and 9 Prohibitionists John Rockefeller has given 575000 for tho purpose of establishing a homo for poor aged Baptist ministers Posters bill heads letter heads in fact all kinds of job work turned out neatly at the Advocate pob rooms it Tho ladioffof tho Southern Presby terian Church will open an exchange as sootwas they can And a window suitable for tho occasion W T Havens will move his family to Frankfort His paper tho Mt StorUng Sentiuol Domocrat is for sale Louisville Times Married in this city on Monday i October 30 Michcal Carey of Ash- Irind to Miss Nannie McKmght of Ulympia flitter p Y xnmuio ing 0 - It waSithought that- a vote on the Vorhee3 Repeal Bill would be reach- cd yesterday afternoon arid that this ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 31 October 1893

n r U CM v Ri I I t fc Ifr Ik ks m O v sr Is i IT Mile Humbert a woman whoso Jfe was shrouded in much mystery for many years has died in a Paris garret at tho advanced ago of eighty Beven Tho old damo passed as a mendicant owing to the shabbiness of her 311116 and people struck by her miserable appearance sometimes spon taneously offered hor alms in streets She nover refused tho money but was in tho habit after rccoiving It of tell ing her benefactors to keep away from the sldo of hor dress in which she kept her purse This was usually set down to crazincss Surprise was great when it was discoTored that Mllo Humbert had loft a largo sum in bonds and bank notes sown up in an old mattress and that moreover sho had a valu able collection of paintings by old and modern masters in her garret It has como to light that tho apparent men dicant was a great beauty iu tho days whon Imla FliUlipo was King arid tbatthemooyand tho pictures were gifts of her admirers - it 0 W THE ADVOCATE If is est...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 31 October 1893

he Hf J f 6 iM a THE ADVOCATE UTohn S Johnson hasS broken the liJSi Iocofd have made a third we m a io eoconae lu Cuba otiquetto requires that a uquoit from one smoker to another Br a light must always bo honored i A ncei o named Gamble was lynched Rioar Plkovlllo Tonn on tho night of ihe 22d lust for murdering an orphan zlrl iTnfiiin Mnfiarthv loader of tho arnn1lUns in tho Houso of Commons lae Issued an appoal In behalf1 of tho 1 JvWed tenants in Ireland i tvut iihU laintwl nf Malta has a language of Us own derived from tho Carihasrinian and Arabian tongues I Tho nobility of tho island speuk Italian - Gen Thomas L Crittenden aged seventy four years died October 20th his home at Staton Island N Y Tfceinoral took place at Frankfort Ky last Thursday The mortgage boods on tho rail roads of the United States exceed in value four billion dollars To bo a curate their aggregated debt is - 4102370093 an astounding array oi figures Mrs Ducillo Rodney walked to tho AYorlda Pair from her home...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 31 October 1893

I p r 4 rfH 4 j ij w J ir r ji 4 u tytuftf FOURTH WARD J MCONROY C C GLOVER I la THE ABVOCATK ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY TUESDAY OCT 81 1803 DEMOCRATIC TICKET w ORFSTATBISEN ATO 3 J H HOLLOWAY OF OLAUK fOIt 11EPKE3KNTATIVK W C TAYLOR OF MENEFEE ron school sufeiuntendent I N HORTON CITY TICKET FOU MAYOR ADAM BAUM iron POLICE JUDGE BEN R TURNER FOll CITY ATTOIIXEV X H CLAY McKEE FOU CHIEF OF POLICE CHARLES WILSON FOU COUNCILMEN FIRST WAIID C H BRYAN JWILL CLAY 8ECOXD WARD HENRY WATSON J M ISOLA THIRD WARD M S KELLY J W BURROUGHS There are whito men enough loft in this county to All all the offices with out calling in any negroes A vote for John Wood means an endorsement of ho nomination of the negro Banks Bear this in mind yotcrs John C Wood voted for the negro Anbury If ho was now a voter in the Third wutd he would vote for the niggci Banks Wo want to know the man who calle himself a Democrat that will votofoi Tohn C Wood or John Forinan wlrilM thoy havo on the ticket with them a ni...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 31 October 1893

u wr u L M - K tK - rit II r TT TRlMEBL BROS WHOLESAl E GROCERS t SWWNtrfWVHvlinitiH J tfftl M BLE B RO Clifford Blacleman Boston Boys Eyesight avod Perhaps His Life By Hooda Saraaparilla Blood Pol eoucd by Canker Bead the following from a grateful mother My Uttlo boy had Scarlet Forcr when 4 years old and It lofthlra very weak and with blood Teismcd rrith caaUer Ills eyes becamo j ao inflamed that hlj auflerfcjjs wero lntonso aud ioroven wooks ho t AnuM Ris fr rsn Mia Punfl 1 tool him twlco during that tlmo to the Eye and Ear Infirmary on Charles street but their remedies failed to do him tho faintest shadow of good I commenced giving him Hoods Sarsaparllla and it soon cured him I havo r never uuuuwu uuiv tt If it hoi hla rcrr life You may use tills tes timonial in any way you chooso I am always Teddy to sound tho pralso of -Hoods Sarsaparllla iecauseof tho wonderful good It did my son Aunts V Blackman 2888 Washington St tcn Mass Get HOODS HOODO PILL8 aro hand made and are per ict ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 31 October 1893

t V ia K r L f 1 i t u f VVU w BOOK OFFERS CLOTH BOUND BOOKS GIVEN AWAY TO OUR 5UBSCRIBERS Wo hate made an arrangement frith the mibllshersof the Berks of books named below I Tho Scottish Chiefs uy mibs Jane i oner The Sealed Packet By T Adolphus Trollopo l siwond Thoughts By llhoda Broughton Sacrifice By Mrs Olinhant rhe Sketchbook By wasinncton Irving Sllenco of Dean Jlaltlana uy aiaxwcu uray in of Porthos Bv Alexander Dumas St Katherlnes b tho Tower By AV Besant Family Robinson This Wicked World By Jlrs N L Cameron 1ho Thrco Guardsmen liy Alexanuer uumas rnm Hrn n at Oxford Bv Thomas HuRhes Xuenty Thousand Leagues Under tho faea By Julf Verne Twenty Years After By Alexander Dumas Ctro tearstseiore uio jiasi u iv 11 uauaor Unolo Max B KOa Mouchetto Uarey i tiiuercurreuts By The Duchess Cauler Two Flatcs By Oulda Uanltj Fair By W M Thackeray rbo Vlcur of Wakefield B Oliver Goldsmith Tho Vicomto do Braggelonno liy Alexanuer i Dumas Tivian tho Eauty By Mrs Annie Edwards j Wee Wife Bv...

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. — 31 October 1893

I ft JHtu Ik f frt 1 - COUNTY JUDGE I mim advocate bMJ 4- pOT ANNOUNCEMENTS inouncemeiits for county offices Ifjach tt accompany tho order Com- mentions in uiu interest ui IL j SHERIFF Tr v idithorlzedYo announce Rich IV Hunt as a candidate for biiorill tonteomory county subject to tno cinof the Democtatipnrty iwo aro aumonzou w vu Km Sledd as a candidate for Sheriff Montgomery county subject 10 iiiq Hon of the Democratic patty Wo aro authorized to antiouuco J C Gillianio a candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery county suujcci w mo action oi tue 1 jAl FOR JAILER Vs aro authorized to announce Joo 1C Turloy as a candidate tor Jailer of Mohttom6rycoUnlV subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce Joseph M Smith as candidate for Jailer of Montgomery county subject jSto the action of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce T M Leach as a candidate for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to 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. — 7 November 1893

h Yji ff i -V Mi- H8 Jf ft f K P F p U r E- If a ft r wit i It if IT h i i i f I 4 jjfc ir K 7 jV tf i fcc B flit it H 1 J j JJ 1 jarifcr1 40 - J I v THE ADVOCATE Stock Notes Try vasellno on soro teats Dont neglect shcltcrirg tho calve lrom cold and rain It costs moro in tho boglnning t start with thoroughbred stock but ii generally pays in tho end One advantago of a croamory if that it gives many who cant mak good butter a market for their pream An inferior steer or lamb wil knock down tho price of tho buncl much moro than tho inferior animal if worth It will not pay to havo a hired hand with an uncontrollable temper to man ago tho horses oven if ho does work for a small price He will make foob of every horse on the place Creameries aro a good thing for anj community but thoro is a chanco ot failure unless arrangements aro madt to start with a sufficient number ol cows to keep tho creamery running Tho man starting into wintor with fiomo good fresh cows ought to be happy for butter ...

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