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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 7 November 1893

I L c e advocate IroRtcst university is Oxford twonty ouo colleges ana uvo Morrfs Oibba has Bhown that Sea of birds remain tho Bamc jess tho psychological stato of igor Tins conclusion is oasea Isorvaiions made on fifty species birds India twonty flve million acres ido fruitful by irrigation In there aro about six million fSkd iu Europe about five mill i m TTultcd States has about 000 acrcn of irrigated lands i leTomploofYpsambul in Nubia ut from a solid rock and its on- nco is guarded ny lour siaiuea chsixry fivo feet high twenty five across tho shoulders tho faco u feet long tho car over three- ieoi 1 Clarence King the woll known geologist has computed tho earths f age on tho basis of oxporimonts made oil tho effect of heat and pressure on cortaiti rocks Mr King concludes that the earths ago as a planet is 24- jbOOjOOO years HJIu tho Cascade Mouutains is tho flGroat Sunken Lako tho most deeply feunkou lako in tho world It is flf tteon miUs long and four and a half fwido At is tvo ...

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. — 7 November 1893

b H jfcJi fi I tvoftute f BEMOCRATIG TICKET Y i - j WC xtl M mfri mflM MKTW i V THE ADVOCATE 4DV0CATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY TUESDAY NOV 7 lW PRF3TATESKNAT0R J H HOLLOWAY OF OLAR1C rOK ItKritESENTATIVE W C TAYLOR OF MENEFEE FOtt SCHOOL SUlEUINTEKDENT I N HORTON CITY TICKET VQll MAYOlt ADAM BAUM FOR TOLICE JUDGE BEN R TURNER FOR CITY ATTORNEY H CLAY MoKEE FOR CHIEF OF POLICE CHARLES WILSON FOR COUNCILMEN FIRST WARD C H BRYAN JWILL CLAY SECOND WAKD HENRY WATSON J M ISOLA rilIRD WARD M S KELLY J W BURROUGHS FOURTH WARD J MCONROY C C GLOVER Vote to day Democrats stamp you X under the rooster to day Lot every Democrat put hisX under the roosters feet Let ovcry Democrat sco that his vote is cast so it will bo counted Put the X under the rooster and take no chances Vote the straight Democratic ticket and rebuke the Republicans for nomi nating a coon for Councilman John C Wood would have you be lieve ho favored the repeal of tho sil ver bill What did ho say of it in the Gazette of which he is e...

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. — 7 November 1893

1 I 1 5 si - ii 1 est bed clothing too warm and would persplro till I could not speak then I would hare chills v And would shake so It would seem as If 1 mado the houso tremble Threo physicians attended ino at different times but did not help me and I 1 Thought I Must Did I But I read so much of what Hoods I ttfxlllajMls doing for otljers I thought I would try it ffffl I belleTO It has Mired my life I am I I rn my sovonth bottle and am now In good i jieaiiu ix not nave emus or ievcr uuu mci o that I cannot praise H66ds SarsapariHa unougU since it has dono mo so much good Una Luiv CIlADLnr Otter Creek Me U Hoods Pills do not purge pain or gripp u avr VuiJtJ Wi7 uuu nmuuuujfi nvvt mi ii m i 111 i i ii ii i i n tftauncil meeting to night Wt i i ii - Born ou the 29th ultimo to Gooreo Duckworth and wife a daughter Rev George 0 Barnes will begin a jeoriea of meetings in Loxington Sun day Polk Smith has returned from Louisville whorohe sold 12 hogsheads of tobacco at an average of 10 cents...

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. — 7 November 1893

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Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 7 November 1893

RV A r LV xw if j THE ADVOCATE MBOUNTy ANNOUNCEMENTS tnnnnniuininnlli for POlintV ofllCOS 5 each to accompany tho order Com munications in tho interest ot candid ates 10 cents por lino BUEHIFJT Wn am authorized to announce Rich awl TT FTnnt aa a candidate for Sheriff ot Montgomery county subject to tlio tacinof the uemocraiipan kWo aro authorized to announco SYta SIcdd as a candidato for snorm of Jtpntgohiory county budjcci 10 mu actio of tho Democratic party Wo arc authorized to announco J C B Gillismo a candidate for Sheriffof Montgomery county subject to the action of Hie Democratic party FOB JAILER Wo aro authorized to announco Joo C Turloy as a candidato lor Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho ac tion ot tho Democratic party We aro authorized to announco Joseph M Smith as candidato for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party We aro authorized to announco T M Loach as acandidato for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho action of 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. — 7 November 1893

K lfV l k ff v t I f IF ffi fc 4T -- 1V r THE ADVOCATE iWHHSWwHChWi MM4M Keep your recordf clean and voto tho straight ticket Lot ovory Democrat in tho Third ward see that his voto is cast -for tho straight Domocratlo ticket Arthur Farrar ono of tho host known Chicagos capitalists died of ncrvouB prostration Thursday He leaves a very largo estate all of which ho had accumulated in Chicago since 1868 Prondergaat the murderorof Mayor Carter Harrison was arraigned before Judge Horton in Chicago Thursday lie pleaded not guilty and was grant ed a continuanco until he could eccuro a lawyer Immcdiatcl after tho closing of tho Baptist Sunday School noxt Sunday morning a very important meeting will bo held probably the most impor ant ty tho history of tho church Every member needs to bo present Bud Stone self convicted murder er of tho Wratten family was arraign ed at Washington Ind on Saturday morning and plead guilty The jury was charged and in a fow minutce brought in a verdict of murder ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 November 1893

- r 8- LMT m1 VOX XV vcrat IS SWEPT ASWAOHLONE THE REPUAICUS CARRY EYERY THIKG in SIGHT THE DEMOCRATS ARE NOT IN IT THIS TIME r The Hal Wave of Last Year Seems 1 1 to Haye Turned r New York Pennsylvania Massa chusetts Ohio Iowa and Nearly Everything Else f jy GONE A GLIMMERING 4 Tho election on Tuesday in tho 1 States resulted in a most over- elmiug Republican victory Wo are all kept busy explaining how it all camo about bnt tbo facttarcs us in the fawi that the Republicans had it all their own way tho Democrats woro simply not in it The results anriimply astounding in Ohio there has bcoa no such landslido since tho days of tho war Pennsylvania Re publicans routed tho Democratic hosts as thoy have not dono since Grants famous majority in that State was se cured Now York Now Jersey Ohio Iowa Massachusetts Pennsylvania all send us tales of woe Kentucky Vir ginia and Marylaud are loft to us OTerrall of Virginia has tho distinc tion of being tho solo Democratic Governor elected a week a...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 November 1893

rf a Bo In ii R w i I ir THE ADVOCATE kMtAtlVH AGRICULTURAN NOTES Tho Michigan celery crop la a largo one Complaint is mado of a scarcity of rod apples sumachs have white Tho poisonous berries Tho nectarine is merely a variety of iho peach Grass fed hogs aro healthier than grain fed All kindB of fruit will grow on now soil if suitable Coarso boned hogs cf mot bo fat toned when too young Improper food is tho souvco of much disoaso among hogs It will pay you to spend more timo in keeping out tho weeds Bulbs should not bo replanted more than onco in four years Mushroom do not grow unless they aro planted and well cared for Tho roots of tho flat pea aro said to bo sometimes thirty feet long rvwa a vnnr timo and your oppor tunity for repairing gates and fences Wounds caused by pruning will not produce decay in tho fill of the year whole better and tho It is cheaper on buckwheat with tho flail ter to thresh It is said that tho biggest hog at the ato a grain of w ii Tr nnvnr Wuriuo corn sh...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 November 1893

y THE ADVOCATE i iU Republicans arent you proud of ir Cfoon Councilman i I V Chtfeloctric launches at tho Chicago have ptovcd to bo ono of tho triumphs of transportation thoy ig carried ovor 1000000 without a singlo aCcideut i Italys warliko proparationa con- ko It is now reported that she begin next year tho construction three first class ironclads six S8 cruisers twelve sea- going its and four despatch boats - n - closeVbarn is not tho uosi Kn ap Oyvo tnem a buohui uuui jrra froo lfrom drafts and except ewes that have to mother winter lbs you haW enough for all except lie most sovofwwoather V If you cultivate the small -fruits roll this fall keep them clear ot WAnrtrf and armlv R EOOQ coat Ot manuro before winter1 you will have dono much toward onsuriug a good mm for next year A dispatch from Clarendou Ark states that tho dead body of Jasper Gordon a notorious criminal was t ound hangingfo a tree near there It is supposed that ho was lynched and it is thought by ono of tho LiShiff...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 November 1893

A r h -v I to VA THE ADVOCATE DY0CATE PUBLISHING GOMPAMY TUESDAY NOV 11 1S93 COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo aro authorized to announce Albert S Bridges as a candidate for Asseas6r of Montgomery county sub ject to the action ot the Democratic Primary A year ago tho Republicans wore busy explaining how it all happened It is our turn now Our friend tho gonial T B Tippott of Rowan won In his race for tho Leg islature in groat shape Uis majority will reach over 1600 Tom Tippott is tho only Democrat wo know of who is in it with Bill McKlnloy this year Toms majority in proportion sur passes Bills What was it struck us anyhow Thcro seems to bo no limit to tho tidal wave Now York Massachusetts Iowa Ohio Pennsylvania South Da kota Nebraska Michigan all go Re publican Virginia and Kentucky are left to us at least Wo are thankful for small favors in theso piping times of Republican triumph Tho Republican ground swell if plainly attributable to two causes First the financial distress existing all over ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 November 1893

l V m IF AS V t v Y o ff Caused fay Catarrh in the Head Catarrh is a Constitutional disease and requires a Constitutional Remedy like Hoods Sarsaparilla to cure it Read Three years ago as a result of catarrh 1 -entirely lost mxhearlng andwaseat fqrxuoro than a year I tried various things to cure It andhad several physicians attempt it but no improvement was apparent I could JEHltH BO 0OUHU A was Intending putting myself under tho caro of a speclall ui tnst wnen oods Bar- saparllla would do mo some good I began taking It without the expectation of any lasting Jielp To my nurprlse Had ercnt jor I found when I had taken three bottles that my bear ing wnn returning I kept on tin I had taken three more It la now over a year and I can henr perfectly well Im troubled but Wry little with tho catarrh I consider this 1 9iarknble coac and cordially recommend Hoods SarsapaHSSa ill who have catarrh Herman hicks 30 ter Street Rochester N Y HOODS PILLS sro purely vegetable and do not puree pln or ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 November 1893

Lf 1 lW i l y m i i SS 7ff Ai rjk y0f I rwv T5 GIVEN AWAY TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS Wo have mado an arrangement with the publishers of the series of books named bolow which will enable us to give any one of these works FREE to subscribers who will renew and pay their subscription In advance Offer NO I We will give any ono of the Bound DooVs below FREE with ono now sub scription paid in adance Beir Hacrinco uy Mrs ummant The Sketchbook By Washington Irving Silence of Dean Maftland Bj Maxwell Gray on of 1orthos Uy Alexander uumas 3t Katherlnes bv tlie Tower By W Besant Swiss Family Robinson This Wicked World By Mrs N L Cameron rhe Three Guardsmtn Bj Alexander Dumas Tom Brown nt Oxford By I homos Hughes Twenty Thousand Leaguos Undor the feea By Jules Verne Twenty Years After By Alexander Dumas Two Years Before tho Mast By R II Dana Jr Uncle Max By Komi Nouchotto Carey Undercurrents By The Duchi ss Under Two Flass By Oulda Vuultj Fair By W M Thackeray Die Vicar of Wakefield By Oliver Goldsmith...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 November 1893

am J3HERWT V SEE advocate f I 30UNTX ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements for county ofllcos 5 fliifih t RMomnanv tho order wuxications in tho interest ot rcandid ItosvO cents por lino far arAknthrirized to announco ivici Ird H Huftt as a candidato tor Bnerm MMontgomary county suojoct to ino Faction of tbto JDemocratipart W A - V orn onShovlzoa to announco Iwm raioflfl nn acandidato for Sheriff FL- UI tn ln pof Montgomery apumy uj w action ot tno uompcrnuu yaiij Wo m authorized to announco J 0 B Glllispio a candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery coanty subject to tho aotion of tho Domocratic party FOB JAILER Wo are authorized to announco Joe 0 Turlby as a candidato ior Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho ac tion of tho Democratic party yfo are authorized to annojinco Joseph M Smith as candidato for Jailer of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Domocratic party Wo aro authorized to announco T M Leach as a candidato for Jailor of Montgomery bounty subject to tho action of the Do...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 November 1893

ittfl blffh e a IM f LufiX THE ADVOCATE va m Mdi iit LAND STOCK AND CROP ICiddand Bush bought of Charles JDonohoo 35 head of export cattle average 1500 pounds at 4 cents p G Howoll has sold his this years rron of tobacco to Listett Myor of St Louis at tho following prices ac cording to tho grade 68 and 9 conts por pound Kidd and Bush bought of Albert Stofer and shipped Tuesday morning 30 head of first claB3 export cattle average 1G08 pounds at 4 cents por pound This is ono of tho very best lots of cattle handled in tho county this scasou D C Torhuno bought of J S Rob inson 22 mule coltsttwo thirds of thorn mares at 3532 por head of J B Vandiver 18 all mares at 3750 and ton others half of them mares from various partios at 30 Ho says these wero all good cotton stock Danville Advocate A fairly good sized attendance at tho sale of tho personal estate of tho lato Georgo S Mitchell in Jessamine county on Thursday last Jennets sold from 50 to 100 yearling jack 130 common owes 2 por head w...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 November 1893

g rl M pCF STERLING ADVOCATE V - UJ p I- jf voii iy A WdEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN INTEREST WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE j -A V f - The wHdc fJarac8Wafo near Sharpsburg burned lSsUWcdiiesclay iLoss 4000 r T Tho now Democratic papor to bo started December 1st by 878 CasBlty and Henry Watson haB been christon ed The Montgomery County Times May its sails bo over to favorabio Winds W Tho municipal government of tho city of Pnkfortilljnol fib Republi can Judge Ira Julian has bcon seat ed as Mayor Vnd heyvill eco lhat things go tho right way i Mrs Josiah Lindsay of this city and Mrs James B Campbell of Sharpsburg aro orecting a handsomo mqnument in Machpelah cemetery to the memory of their father Boujamm Botts Tho National Plate Glass Associa tion has gono to pieces The Platp Glass Association met in Pittsburg Thursday and held their last meeting Tho association waB formed for ono year and tho timo for which it waB formed having oxpiredj owing1 to tho financial situation of the country and tho ligh...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 November 1893

H v THE ADVOCATE At4 4 r i Wtfl As to Kentucky The Ciucinnatl Commercial Gazotlo is troubled about Kentucky Tho sol idity of tho Kontucky Democracy has always been an affront to tho Commer cial Gazotto Kontucky Democracy is of a charactor so different from the uncertain Ohio kind that its quality puzzles -while its steadiness irritates tho organs of tho G 0 P Tho firm ness with which Kontucky stood her ground in tho recent election and piled up hor usual Democratic major ity whilo otner States were indulging in off year didos moves tho Com mercial Gazette to tho somewhat ill natured observation that a solid De mocracy is about all Kontucky has to show in tho way of greatness that tho Stato has been at a stand still for half a century that it has not had a Woll defiucd progressive political idoa slnco tho days of Henry Clay and that thoso who disputo tho su premacy of Bourbon Domocracy aro socially ostracised Tho iudictment is summed up in this Wo do not say that Kontucky De mocracy ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 November 1893

h t u la t u r p r rv U K t D - n tim v cer was V 1 rf W p Hfy x e ME ADVOCATE w Gqueat of soveral who by some iianco failed to preserve tho iesuo of lio Advocate1 winch it appoarcd Tho cotntnandor thou was lecour aud ho had dospahod of Judge Peters Reminiscences This extract is republished at the tho placo exaggerated reports Braddocks force had reached Ltm aud he was consulting whether to stand fast or ovaouato tho post when DoBoatijcn ono of his oung captains offered to take a force nil nrtvanrft to mot ttio English and fight To this tho Commandant as sented Be Boaujon marched promptly out with about ton or twelve hundred men Fronch and Indians and tho collision followed V Tho young Frenchman bounded for- ard in a gay hunting shirt and a lver gorget and waved his cap a signal for Tiia followers to scatter v hntiinrl tho trees and rocKs At mo signal the Indians disappeared to the i right audleft leaving tho French in 11 Tl 11 1 the centre upon una iorco wio ungimu opened a quick f...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 November 1893

iff h r 2 THE ADVOCATK ADYOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY x TUESDAY NOV 31 1693 The MoKlnloj Presidential oom is now at its zenith When it comc9 to spreading tho advocate ol high tariffover the outlro country he will flatten out considerably Tins was cleat lv demonstrated in 1890 and 1802 This is sornothing like tho editor of tho Gazotte Ho was at bis zenith when ho said tho Forco Bill is a wise and patriotic measure but when hip attention was called to his own senti ments and ho began to sco himself as others saw him ho flattened Tho Republican press is swearing itself hoarsoin au attempt to imposo upon the people tho story that Prcsi dent Cleveland and Secretary Greshom had instructed Minister Willis to use tho whole naval forco of tho United States in those waters to replace Qucon Liliuokalani on tho throne of Hawaii Not satisfied with having done all that is possible to spread the lie even after it was officially denied since the later news from Honolulu has been received they now atte...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 November 1893

1 J I I i J rf r o i V- It is iioyv said t bo sobering up and going oit to do Its legitimate work in Uhe Commercial world wo can not expect the dollar to keep straight oaugfl it is round3 biit wo surely thought it JRd 8ou8o enough to keep jrioving Ex ff Wants No Side Issues r Before hunting tip the Hawaiian quou lots reform the tariff Atlan ta Constitution - f s Rev Thos S Major will deliver a lecluro undor tho auspices of Young Instituto No 122 Macs Council at St Patricks church on tho evening of Nov 30 1893 Ilia subject will be IVJiy a Confederate Soldior became a Roman Catholic and a Priest - Tho jury wheel required by the now jury law has been received by fircuit Clerk Bright The Public Printer is making a good thing out of hi8gcontract Tho charge of 23 is a stiff one indeed for such a simple 3a flair U x Family Affairs Causes a Murder William M Cable was shot and in stantly kill edbya man named Davif SpSfiYankfovfon last Tuesday Davis was arrested and placed in jail Family trou...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 November 1893

K IV i ir 1 It r i t - t 1 V r L i vj L4 H t v lf y i - L P a j V r iV r ST fi 0 r hi - r 25c i i l J BOOKS FOU to oun Readers and Subscribers BOOK COTJTPOIST Cltv or Town State w BOOK OFFERS CLOTH BOUND BOOKS GIVEN AWAY TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS We have made an arrangement with the publishers of the series of books named below which will enable ns to rive any one of these works FREB to subscribers who will renew and pay their subscription in advance Uirer INO I We will give any one of the isouna uooks dpiow itca witn one new bud scriptlon paid in advance Offer NO 2Ve will givo any one of those Books to subscribers whe will pay up their DacK subscriptions mow ana one moro uook II tnejr will pay for anothor year Offer 1NO 3 to paid up subscriber and readers Wo will sire one of these Books to an reader who n resents at this office two of the Coupons below and 20 cents any book may be selected uut eacn orner lor eacn uookiusi be accompanied by two Coupons 3T NO BOOKS SOLD WITHOUT COUPONS LPfc...

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