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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 April 1891

f 1 m ADVOCATE Wrtnya of Til to lViijWVnffink Giirnrlnnrl in r1 i Wikjwu wjilono with thoFo fees ttMiOiit scaring llictro If i J - ro licit a picco 01 urcnu up inouniuuie of a Ions picco of string one end of which was fastened to tlio wall as we slowly raised ih bread by pulling at tho other end of tho string tlio tnico would cling to tho bread by their pawa till tlioy wcro half a yard from tho ground Upon their being lot Ldown to tho floor again they would linmedlalQly vecommnnco tiioir repast This done over and over again seemed nothing more to them ban tho swinging of a bdugh is to a bird Tho orgu8 of hearing and smelling In micoaro of comso vory ofliciont but their eyesight is wo believe poor Theii intelligencp is wo should think gMow as might bo expected from tho pUUUIiy VI UUIIVUJUUUIIO 111 111U U1U11IO Wo suspended a tin of flour at such a j Insight from tho ground that ojir littlo frichds cJuld not quito jump ntoIt though rtho smell of tho food made them quito persovcriug in...

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. — 28 April 1891

m Cantl qoeotlon t thoBcicoti period yet solution Di jtetnago rajfljBRHHIIflHHIBnHBpH Vfn iilwJii sm ramraraHHiiipiP aw BfW K K M si A 11 P K you maybtv have Been t with their ov Tho report an8 wins Qv airaid to etc bea troov ortc UU - jKWm8sUR k HAn T 4V 6 - wwirraKisaBMr ma toodBrrvftBso 1 be rj lltt log over tho well platform and going in and out of tho wasbbouee Tboy say that when alio goes into tho woshhouse die turns over tubs and keeps up a con tinual moaning as if sho was in pain Bho has oven been seen in tho day time when it was dark and cloudy wander ing about tho yard Ono peculiarity is that when spoken to by any ono but Suo Fletcher she disappears for an instant then becomes visablo in a few moments insomo other portion of tbo yard Ilor favorite place is over tho old well where sho died Tho spirit has been soon by tho terror stricken women to float over tho spot for aa hour at time Nearly all the women have scon and oro afraid of her and all swear that sho is a haunt and...

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. — 12 May 1891

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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. — 12 May 1891

8 THE ADVOCATE EHamotor of a Thundorbolt Did you ever bco tho diameter of n ightto flash measured V asked a go eioglst Well horo is tho casu which quco inclosed a flash of lightninp fit ting It eactl7 so that you can too just how hig it was This ia called a fulgurite or lightning hole and tho material it is made of is glass -I will toll you how it was manufactured though it took hut a fraction of a sec ond to turn it out When a holt of lightning strikes a hed of sand it pluuges downward into tho sand for a distance less or greater transforming simultaneously into glass tho silica in the malorial through Which it passes Thus by its great heat it forms at onco a glass tubo of precisely its own size Now auct then such a tube known as fulgurite is found and dug up Fulgurites have been followed into tho sand by exca vation for nearly 30 feet Thoy vary in interior diameter from tho size ot a fluill to three inches or more ac cording to tho bore of the flash But fulgurites nro not alono pr...

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. — 12 May 1891

A live FARM AND GARDEN THE ADVOCATE fiwxxm hinges tion lie mmi atid i WMJMfoundings Find your marfcot Uio pioduuein the neatest and most attractive couditioti Professor Bal- a f In discussing tho causc3 of depres sion of agricultural interest it is well jto remember that lack of business methods on tho part of tho farnierhas contributed an important share American Garden By and by wo may reach a point in N skilllul feeding when tho wholo nutri ment in tho food is mado available for growth It seems a great waste of material and labor that only 30 or 40 per cent of the digcstiblo food should bo utilizcdand yet many animals are thus fed Tho down corn down horn of old England docs not work in this country now that grain of all kinds is extremely high stock of all kinds is oxtromoly low all over our land but in England tho variation of the price of grain and feed stuff still has a eon trolling inflnenco on tho price of meat btock grain is lower there than meat Dear corn is usually follow...

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. — 12 May 1891

HT I j I T 7n m m - i fan- t lo i ff ir mwMMM THE ADVOCATE HAnRS MASON Proprlotora risTX wmMM r 1II rhESIDEXT GROVERVciTeVeLAND KOItVltfE JOHN Q CARLISLE Of Kentucky ANNOUNCEMENTS yon ciiicoiT coukt cleuk HEN11Y 15 BRIGHT of Montgomery County IOB S1IEUIFI iecp Fair bupply and good uand common aid choico 350 to 5f extra fat wethers and yearlings 660oS75 J - LmiW Good demand for spring ilium to ehftlco bu chars ti to bw HS n jT v f 3 jonx C RICHARDSON iV OIZAlOIUgOHH TV Mjumyjl HK v gtg I 4 Wo arc authprizedjlqJaniioiyico Hon Jno D Clardy of Christian county as a candidate for Governor subject to the action of the Democratic party Hon J L Elliston of Montgomery county is a candidate for Attorney General subject to tlio action of tbo Democratic iarty - y y Ve arc authorized fa announce J I Thomas as a candidate Uycprcscnt this Lcgislativodistrict composed of tho counties of Montgomery liwell Mencfco and Wolfe subjecUto tho ac tion of tho Democratic parly Ekfc tiou August 1S9J The Grand...

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. — 12 May 1891

FUu j tf V r XSt l y S TniMOWt BRoe ii- TRIM u imwMm Asa Bean has an order for two family horses or marcs from 5 to 7 years old grand and good lookers Parties having such horses will do well to seo Mr Bean D L Anderson had tho misfortuno to loso four head of good cattlo last week from tho effects of eating frosted clover Wo havo heard of a number of other losses from tho same cause W 0 Chcnault Master Commis sioner sold on Saturday 10 shares of Now Farmers Bank stock belonging to tho estate of Lewis Dobardfor 11250 per share Mrs Lewis Dobard being tho purchaser Dr York 31 11 Haydou leit for Now Friday ovouing to specially study diseases of tho eye ear nose and throaLand also tako a courso on discasciffwomen Tho Doctor will Joabsout somo two months or moro John II Myers died at his residence at Camargo yesterday morning at 6 oclock of paralysis aged 07 lie leaves a wife and ten children Burial at 3 oclock p m to day at tho family burying ground on his farm -in i Tho Southern Baptist ...

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. — 12 May 1891

15 The Advocate -- Opinions of tho Press on tho Re port f the New Orleans Grand Jury ifee Kansas City Star says Tho b4its and Mafia who seek refuge on ohv shores are shot like animals of iii tliil rilitw ta 11t inotnll WIIV tfJflVJ lllAIUJjr 1HU1U jo w ivmuwm 4ioy shoultl meet with any 111010 con sideration in tho United States than they receive in tho land of their na tivity It is to bo deplored of course that any combination of events in America should render it necessary for a judicial body to condouo a lynch ing but tho report of tho Jcw Orleans grand jury proves quite conclusively that such a condition of affairs exists in that city and it is a plain propo sition that the slaying of the Ilennossy assassins was not only justiciable but that it was tho only mode of rcdicss under the circumstances Tho Kansas Cily Times says Thero can bo no defense of mobs ex cept in special instances wlicio a whole people is requhed to deal with crime The grand jury report will scttlo in most mind...

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. — 12 May 1891

7 V m - Ji mF Mm1 1 TUADAra rSTL YWUfiiJJr Tho BrldosQhoct A inoftt reimu kablo jjlittsl story hns 4bftome to light in I3hiliamion N Y which worn it not iot the stand ing of tho portion who relates it would ho unworthy of crcdonr o IimwIIuIq as it muy fccid it can ho vouched for Two viars aco MU hcul Connors niiiu on the Delaware and Hudson Canal Companys railroad was killed in tho tunnel Connors was a single man utid lived with his parents in tho city The incident of his death had Tasscd awav from tho recollections of all oxcopt his most inlinato friends and family but they wcro vividly re called a fuw weeks ago when it is alleged that a sister of tho deceased astonished tho family by claiming that tho disembodied spirit of tho be hoved and departed ono was nocturn ailly floating through space and that on a certain hour it was in communi cation with her It would appear at tho chamber window and gently tap on the pane rfor admission Sho claimed that tho -spirit was very much annoyed...

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 May 1891

ir J tf j 1 jt T XT THE ADVOCATE ETHIOPIANS MADE WHITE ter Br Tills Cn Ue Dono Through tho TrmiKDlantlnc of Skin - Provided a victim could bo found for tho skinning operation surgical skill Is equal to tho font of turning a negros skin permanently white Tho question of tho transposition of color in tho outlclo of tho two races has been given a local -and peculiar interest by an ex periment in tho grafting of tho skin of a negro upon a wliito man pcriorineu by Dr John Ego of Reading Tho experiment of Dr Ego was made for tlio purpose of healing a wound on tho leg of a white man and if it suc ceeded in this it was all that was ex pected of it Not only did It do this but as tho wound began to heal Dr Ego was surprised to notico tho thirty particles of black skin transplanted wcro gradually losing their color and by tho timo tho wound had entirely healed tho now surfaco was as whito as if tho cuticle belonged by nature to tho spot to which it was transplanted This result was surprising t...

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 May 1891

lv V ItC 8 G T IS Ir THE Mt1 STERLINGS VOCATfil YOIr 1 Court Directory cmocir coimr jonoK John E CooritB unhiding Third Monday May and tlio FourtU Monday in November C0UHT OK COMMON rLKA8 JCDOK T J Scott presiding Third Monday In v October COUNTY COURT Third Monday of each month rV v nnlTHT RIVIL BRANCH Jupon JAKM Pnovsa presiding First Sat nrduyJnftach month r f i J - VrOFESSJoNAL B ALCEN ADeHAVEN 1 IniMwumtta l va IffAnt ft nvlfnclvV Vo If Office Court 8trcct Will practlco Id all CouiU of the Commonwealth U L STONE 0TONE SUDDUTII S Illngs nfflce over Exchange 15ank Au- WC SHANKLAND jjcnust Mt tcilincKy Office No C Wcsf Miiln fet upstairs w tl a weekly jourmal lqfntical in interest with ITS OWN PEOPLE - a m JAUNETT li Attorney fttfLaw Will practice in the Courts ot Kentucky TiltCHASBDUKUjJOK1 1 I rjijBlcian anil Surgeon omcc Main St over YorI Claytons store office corner ot Clay and Maywlllo streets KINO FOltl of Mt Sterling Ky MACK 8TADLEU CO i OTUOM58AI15 CLOTHIE11S 5 - cmomKiTf ...

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 May 1891

a IH 2 nt i - M THS -ADVOCATE sik Kltohon Etymolosy Tho btutly of tho origins of words brings to light many odd and unex pected relationship Tho word onfor example bears little superfi cial rcscmblauco to tho word cook vet tho two aro from tho same root ih6 Latin coquorc to cook Olhcr derivative from iho same source arc cjko ami biscuit tho latter u thing tWIco cooked concoct to cook to gether and precocious which incauw HtuSallv cooked or ripened before the nine The word loaf from tho Anglo- Saxon jdaf Is own cousin as wo may sartosiich unexpected words as lady andJord a lady Is a loaf kuender and a lord is a loaf kecper P6 slip or take supper is now to cat ho Hut meal of tho day but the original meaning of tho term was to drink a meaning still retained by the closely allied 4sip From tho same root wo get tho words sop and soup How curiously terms take on a new sigujilcance is exemplified by the word T custard Iu these days a custard is a mixture of milk and eggs sweeten ed and the...

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 May 1891

H U ST 1 c 399 THE ADVOCATE Overdoing the Asylum Business V ZTho immigration into this country in 1800 was about 491000 Thoro was an iucrcaso in tho number of Ital ians Hungarians Russians Poles Bo hemians and Austrlans and a falling off of English Scotch Irish Nother lahd and Swiss Tho chango is not a favorablo ono for Democratic institu tions and together with tho sizo of tho total must lead us all to ask more anxiously than over whether wo arc not undertaking a greater burden than we can safely carry aro not admitting a grcator amount of unpromising ma terial than wc can easily assimilate Tho late Henry Ward Bcccher once remarked in speaking of this ques tion that when a lion cats an ox tho ox becomes lion and not the lion ox But it han been equally well answered by tho Rov Josiah Strong of Cincin nati that tho lion is guided by an un erring instinct when to cat ox and when not to Tho Hon docs not eat the wholo ox as it comes hide horns and hoofs and mercovcr ho will prob ably go...

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 May 1891

i T 4 v- ti i 4 V- THE ADVOCATE HARRIS MASON Proprlotora T MT STIRLING TUnSDAVMAY 10 1601 KOU IKUSIDENT GftOVER1 CLEVELAND Of Now Voit FOR VICE - lUESIDENT JOHN G CARLISLE Of Kentucky ANNOUNCEMENTS J Oil CUtCUIT COURT CLKItK IlENItY R BRIGHT ol Montgomery County FOR sheiiff JOHN C RICHARDSON of Montgomery County We are Hon Jno authorized D Clardy to of announce Christian county as a candidate for Governor subject to the action of tho Democratic party Hon J L Elliston of Montgomery county is a candidate for Attorney General subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo arc authorized to announce IT R Thomas as a candidate to represent this igihlarriililjJGf e6mpbscd 6f the counties of Montgomery Powell Mencfco and Wolfe subject to tho ac tion of the Democratic party tiou August 1891 in Brown Nominated for Governor Alford Hendrick Norman Hale Swango Thompson and Addains also Victors Gen Jno R Castleman re elect ed Chairman of the State Central Committee THE TICKET Governor - - - Jo...

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 May 1891

Stat V i al if Ml 4 y c k V S5j 15 l vSE59C Notico our sploudid one Trimble Bros Wholesale Grocers fVfclMBI E BROS Wholesale Grocers - There was a largo on the market aud town MT THE ADVOCATE SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ono year In advance 1 JO Alter three months J After Blx ihontna I t w Rain badly needed bo Bay tho farm era v Stato ticket It 1b a Forest fires havo caused widespread damage in many counties of Michigan Pennsylvania Wisconsin and Minne sota Tho losses aro heavy wm at Yesterday was Court day and John Robinsons big show was in town Everybody with his wifo and children was in town cither on business or to seo tho show Tho farmers aro complaining of tho dry weather They say rain is very much needed both for grass and corn as well us tobacco whilst gardens aro actually suffering for want of it Mrs E J Malouc died at lior resi dence in this city Monday May 11 1891 of malarial fever She was an C3timablo woman and leaves a hus band aud two children Tho racing stable of the lato Sena ...

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 May 1891

B h BK wiKHMRf I V4LJW 1 1 rrr 4s imsSt I J i r i f m mat SB v HMjfv t j t ftfBn Kitfl Br gZBmKKr -fix I wmmmMy W 4 iWr KV WW f r i Iv k Hfp IF B5 wrrroiTT L k Brfw i ADVOCATE cs of a Publlo Conveyance lor car leu ono 01 mo ran- Ircs having its usual quota of iV3 among mo rest an omcriy and a middle aged daughter f ho daughter had a volco that was clear high and penetrating bho pronounced her gs and said you not ycr Bcforo leaving tho sta iton her voico had become a familiar sound to all tho passengers so famil iar that they had ceased to turn around as it assailed their care With the greatest indifforcuce she used names of persons and places told inci dents with minute details she exciv ciscd no more restraint in her conver sation than if sho wore in her own house with every door closed Fam ily history criticisms of friends and lclalivcs were made and repeated with calmness and most appalling sho repeated tho criticisms of various pcoplo who wero members of two prominent churches i...

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 May 1891

I d TI fE ADVOCATE Cach III In Training iay ail a Sophonioro is ono of is ono of otir colleges to a visitor is John Black Ho pointed to a wiry fmuscular young fellow who in boat ing costumo was making liis way to Iho Klvorside Ho is going to tako a pull on tlio dream for an hour IIo i i 1- I -I 11 SH COimneieiv in uiu minus ui ma trainer And what docs his trainer do for him asked the ignorant viuitor Hie regulates his wholo day John gets out of bed at n certain miuulo 6vcry morning ho exercises with Indian clubs is rubbed down runs couple of miles on the courso takes a cold batli is rubbed down again and 1 rso on until ulglit Every moutiitui fib eats is prescribed by the trainer Tho day is strictly divided into hours for exercise for rest for bathing and for work Tho lifo ho leads is as hard as tho lifo ot a galley slave Why does he do it IIo is to run against tho college champion IIo must put himself in training if ho wants to win tho prize What is tho prize A gold medal Tho visito...

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 May 1891

i T Pw Ay 8 Al TO ADVOCATE Peculiarities of Chtncso Gordon Conversation with Gordon was not a colloquy an intcrchango of Ideas yVhcn interested in a subject ho talked and you listened to Ills monologue do- livered in a low monotonous tono witliout apparent excitement ior no was very seldom animated Tho stamp of earnest sincerity and strong convic tion was on all his utterances but ho did not caro to nrguo or discuss any question and you baw it would bo uso lcss to attempt to cliango any of his oinions or beliefs Nor did ho seem to caro much what your appreciation of his viows might bo On mens judg ments ho set but littlo store On ono occasion when wo wero sit ting together near a window ho roso up suddenly and said It is rather dark and to my great surprise thrust his hand through a pano of glass to open tho outer shutter not remarking that tlio sash was down lib cut his hand hi boveral places but tying it up in lib handkerchief paid no further attention to it but resumed our conver...

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 May 1891

v Ay A rt K THE MT VOL 1 Court Directory CIRCUIT COUKT Judor John K Coonsh presiding Third Monday Mar nnd tho Fourth Mondny in November COURT OP COMMON PIRAS Jodob T J Scott presiding Third Monday in Seplcmbor and March MONTOOMRY QUARTEKIY COURT Judge LKma XrrEBSON presiding Tuesday af tor Third Monday in January April July and October county court Third Monday of each month MT 8TKBMN0 CITY COURTS CIVIL BKANCn JUDOH JAME8 W QROVK8 presiding 1 irst Sat urday in each month Professional - t Bit sterling Ky I m JAKNETT i Salycrsvillc Ky Will practice in tho Courts of Ivcntucky TIl CHAS IJDUKKSOJf U Physician and Surgeon MtSlcillngKy Offlce Main St over Yoris A Clay mis store Koldence comer of Clay nnd Maysvillo gtrcctg FOItn of Mt Steillug Ky SKIXU Itcnrcxonb MACK STADLEIt CO WHOLESALE CLOTHIFRS Cincinnati O GTi ALLEN Kcal Estate Agent White Oak Morgan Co Ky I AIIAZELRIGG A A City Atty Offlce Court Street JUli Obtlllllgt J 1UDC1E AMOS DAVIS U WITH BE1TMAN BROS A CO Jlwinractiircw of CIj...

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 May 1891

KX i2T5 - i Aft S rrV THE ADVOCATE M HOUSEHOLD HINTS jTiasku Cake No 1 Two cupfuls of flour 1 cupful of sugar i cupful of but 4tcjH cupful of ico water tcaspoouful ofjftalt 1 heaping tcaspoouful of baking iVder Jlavor to tasto Jtuu tin butler Into the sugar tnen brcaK in tho eggs ami beat till si i 11 add ice water and stir again Sift tho pow der with tho flour add and beat well Bake in a quick oven Jolly choco late frosting or plain whito frosting may bo used between tho layers Layku Jakk No 1 IJreak z eggs into a teacup do not beat them and fill the cup with sweet milk Into 1 cupful of sugar rub a lump of butler half as largo as an egg before mixixg with egga and milk then add one half tcaspoouful of salt and lastly cupfuls of Hour with which 1 tea spoonful of baking powder has been sifted Flavor with vanilla Heat all thoroughly Uako in quick oven 1 nso four round tin platC3 for baking both No 1 and No 2 Tumiiier Cake Three tumblers of flour 1 tumbler of sugar 1 tumbler of butter ...

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