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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 20 February 1894

l 91 fir is Ptk r Mt f M H lmi I p jfcv I- y M 4 KM i v d re - a a pi Mi h v W t - k t 9 fat i V A Little Girls Experience in a Lighthouse 3ktr and Mrs Loron Troscott aro kcopora of the Gov Lighthouse at Sand Beach Mich and aro blessed with a daughter four years old Last April sho was takon down with Measles followed with a dreadful Cough and turning into n fever Doc tors at homo and at Dotroit treated her but in vain sho grow worso i 2 i r HS5 VOIwET IHE NEW Jypttt brings now resolutions and wo aro resolved to ten goods this your chipr than t ver before BARKERS lb need of wire for tlicir uprlhg forcing can not afford to buy until tliqy got our prlcei Wo havo just the largest stock wo havo vw had and Will sell at tho lowest prices Among oar farming Implements we BANK Oa the Oliver Plow which is recognized by plowmoh as tho best and costs no moro than inferior plows Wo also have tho Genuine Oliver Ro paire It WILL PAY You to buy Genuine Repairs for your plows as tho bogus repairs aro...

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. — 20 February 1894

THE ADVOCATE - -AGRICULTURAL NOTES It requires skill to market Bmall fruit properl Keep tali under a shelter whero stock can help themselves A Himill farm well tilled is pretty suroto givo Its owner a profit Tlio medium sired hog of Rood quality is moro profitablo thau tho very largo hog Lav out tlio spring work Seo that all tlio fanning itui foment harness etc aro in order There is no doubt that much benefit to tho swine breeders of tho State will result from organizing If the fowls are not well housed a sudden change to cold w eathcr checks tho development ot eggs Wisconsin has noaily 1000 hilos within her border nearly four times as many as any other State Chemical analysis has shown that wheat bran is about as valuable for feeding stock as whole wheat It is an easy matter to clean out the poultry house it tho floor has been cov ered to tho depth of one inch with dry dirt It pays as well to grade poultry be fore sending to market as it does to grade any other article offered for ...

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. — 20 February 1894

k - pm u fV w j m THE ADVOCATE i W Virt Wayne Iml lapioay hai a caeo Now York hs u Slato debt but Jfaw York City owes ovor 100000 oto -- interest on tilt public debt ol i lr 1 swl Stain iiiiiiqid approxlmiijps 100 J 1 mH voii Billow tho jiunM5ii rthI mfeslc leader iUciv at Jam Egypt Tutwl ay- It - There te two mountains iii Luwci S5HlfovniR that are estimated tv con Ptalij l0t5QO0O loii9 of puro ulum t Morgan cntintv is sahl to contain moie cauiiel coal thm all the lost ol Kentucky TuuuHbuu and the Virgin ias combined Workinfu boring u nrtePitin well iu Lou1ianaBiiiiek a iiiaplu logtiii a ntitif1 state or pieflerviuloir 510 feet below ilio em face An ordinary elephant puhliifCB 120 Dounls of ivorv Two oxhiuiliu Lf ueka in London weigh 102 and 103 f i iimi m ii James Herbert of liiiltalo N Y 4avb his old shoos wards discovered timi ins wue nuu hidden 150 in them Mrs Konnoth McLuod of Crosswcll 31ich has Cijlebratcd her centennial She was 20 years a maid 40 years a wife aud 40 years a...

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. — 20 February 1894

hi ii fl ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY TUESDAY FEU JO 1804 Gon Wat Hardin announces him tolf ns a candidate tor Govornor of Kentucky Both of the Kentucky Senators stood with tho Administration and voted for tlio confirmation of Judge Peckham The now Sonator fioni Mississippi voted against confirmation Tlio Vico President liad tlio raro privilege of a vote in tho Senate the oh tor day It was on an unimportant bill in relation to town Bito in Okla homa on which tho vote was 27 to 27 Tlio Vico President voted yea thus passing tho bill Tho woekly ruviowu ot iradoof Dun uiid llradstrcct show that whilo the past seven days made up a rccotd lireaking week as far as low prices aie concerned no failures of particuhu Bignificanco resulted Business gener ally held its own Hon Cassius M Clny candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor is on the go His move ments indicate that his first visits will be to the brethren of tlio rural districts Mr Clay is a strong mau with no string to him in...

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. — 20 February 1894

H tf 14 1L 7b married to morrow attno rcsiaonco of tho brides parents i News comes from Washington tha the appointment of tho lion Matt Adatnps Tension Agent for Ken tucky is now conceded JThe grossearuings of tho Southern a Pacific railroad for tho year ending 31 were 13040548 net 17473304 decrease 210613 H MIps Laura Clay and Mrs Josephine Henry of Keulucky took an active iu the National Convention of tho women Suffragists at Washington tf A launch of the United States man Vof war Newark was fired upon by t the rebel warehip Marte in tho har bor of Rio Janiro It la said to bo a i NpUlistako KoA Tw T fl MnFlrnv fnrmnrlv Uflfltor K BBOm V iSi tMH f f 9S9B9S3 TO it Trimrbl Bros Wholesai e Grocers TRIMBLE BROS - Wholesale Grocers - MT STXRLIXG KY Warm of John A Thomson de- eaifod wilt bo Bold to day Tb wlwat crop over this otillro tec tum is looking flue for this season 4 r ntist church preached to largo suces Sunday morning aud evening M Sauiuol TIcniphell and MIbS Lou t ijEUa Ifone ...

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. — 20 February 1894

t I THE KINGS A man said unto bla acceUjr My spirits are fallen through And I cannot carry this battle Ob brother what fthall I do Tho terrible kings aro on mo With spears that are deadly bright Against mo so from the cradle Do fate and my fathers debt Then said to the man bis angel Thou wavering foolish soul Hack to the ranks What matter To win or to lose tho whole As JurtRcd by tho llttlo Judges Who hearken not well nor sceT Not thus by tho outer Issue Tho wlso shall Interpret thee Thy will is the very tho only The solemn event of things Tho weakest of hearts defying Is stronger than nil those kings Though out of tho past they gather Minds doubt and bodily pain And pallid thirst of thd spirit That la kin to tho other twain And grlof in a cloud of banners Ami rlnglotted vain desires And lce with tho spoils upon him Of thee and thy beaten slrej Whllo kings of eternal ovil Vet darken the hills about Thy part I J with biokpn saber To rlso on tho last redoubt To fear not senslulo failu...

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. — 20 February 1894

i m M 3 m bft a hi i Itf i x t THE ADVOCATE COUNTY AMfbUNCEMlSNTS mouiteoHionMor couhtV olllces fS ft6hf tccoufpauy tho order Uon faUniotUiona i Hw interest ot candid ates 10 cents poiMluo 6IIEIUKK Wn aro authorized to announce Itloh ar II Hunt as u candidato for Sheriff dtMontgonivry county subject 10 me cjiStoH of iliu Dcinooratl part w ii n authorized to anuonnrfl Win Slodd as a caudidato for SWrlfl of Montgoniory county suiyeci 10 mc action of tho Democratic party Wo arc authorized to announce J C B GUlispio a candidate for Sheriffol Montgomery county subject to tiie action of tho Democratic party N X -v JfOlt JAILTUt We aro authorized to annouueo Joe C Turloy as a candidate lor Jailer of Montgomery counU subject to tho ac tion of tho Democratic party We aro authorized to announce Joseph M Smith as candidate for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce T M Leach as a candidate for Jailor of Montgomery county subject ...

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. — 20 February 1894

W s o 7 -- THE ADVOCATE lion Waller Sharp is in tho tobacco llo recently payed out 47 00d In tlircn lny for tho weed Tjiyra Is tliu iiuino of a now post oflico established in Morgan county ftud William M Williams was ap pointed postmaster During tho pastiweok thoro wore 323 bUHivioss failures throughout the United States against 197 tho corre sponding week of last car The nomination ot Mr Peckbain to bo Justice of tho Supremo Court was rejected by the Senate Friday after noon Tho voto was 40 nays to 31 ayes Tho body of John ltuichulii of Lou isville was found a fow days ago in tho river at Uniontown Mr Keich old disappeared from his homo in De cember Mr Georgo Ronn of the Water works ConstruotBon Company was oxpoctocl hero last night to com plete tho lotting of contracts and begin work Tho Swift Silver raiuo has been discovered again This time it is in Wolf couuty Tho people aro vor much excited and a company haf been organized to develop it Mr II C Gillispio and Miss Elizabeth Wren...

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. — 27 February 1894

iw y h n m k J V LVt i l A Li iK tf s i rv VOJjTV 4 t J Miction To make Spring Stock of QOEEKSWARE ft hvt t MT -- Will offer reduc ed prices ontheir entire stock o f QUEENSWARE through the month of March Prices will be reduced from Marcti ist to April i st and will include our x entire line of plain and decorated Queensware Our Stock is the nicest in the city and the quality the best We Are Not offering inferior goods at cheap prices but will sell first class goods at from io to 25 per cent less than you can buy them else where Take Advantage of this opportun ity and supply your table with nice ware Accept our offerings be harjpv and wear Remember from Hard 1st to April 1st A 2 - - r ini UlMllVllUf vftf H New Parlor Car Service An ologant lino of Pulman Buffet Parlor cars has boon put ou tht Louis villo Nashville R R Kentucky Central Division to run botwoou Cin cinnati and Harrogate Tonn tho station at Cumberland Gap whore tho famous Foursoasons Hotel is located These cars loavo Cin...

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. — 27 February 1894

E J I t n THE ADVOCATE Blasts From the Rams Horn- The man who hates light is ulwayt afraid of his own shadow When people have only a llttlo ro ligion they are apt to bo aBhanicd of it The man who goes to bid tired if the ouo who spends the day iu lookinjj for an easy place Tho easiest thing for a fool to do is to toll how little ho knows As long as prize fighting pays so much better than preaching tho devil will feel that ho still owns tho earth Angels weep on tho day that a youug man begins to spend more money than he can make A hypocrite leels belter satisfied with himself every timoho sees a good man make a misstep Give tho devil a silk thread around a young mans neck and ho will boon mako it a strong rope Ono reason why babes in Christ do not grow faster is because thoy are often fed on watered milk There aro people that nover hear any music that suits them except when they are playing first fiddle Ono reason why some people find it eo hard to lead a Christian life is be cause t...

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. — 27 February 1894

V - 1 I I u i - IV V iHwrwwfcnTfwit it A- i HE ADVOCAm A todiW explain ocmrrod nea Tjtlmt i Milt tx1n lu tlMii1t finvnl al VLnrn imimrauuiui v klllfed - - Tfcls admitted by llvtrd that 25 feet Ualwtit tlwljinlt at which thoy can A Th Eclip to Woolen Willcl 9 IllJ tt 41- m 1 IK Tfll O IV Uhgulalied at a lom of 300 v Gold can bo buatcn 1200 times f fchinaor than l riiitliig paper One OMBce will cover 116 equaro lcet I l aaa nwtler water Th MtpeiTHtittoii concerning the tiding of a horseshoe daUa hack to ImWWL ftl WUJtll ll rtrttlKlPl General J ubat A Early of Lynch burg V wlillo asiou ling the Post office bUrpa slipped and fell It is feared tho accident will ho fatal General Early Is oljrhty years of ago ii i Itobecci Why do juu want to breaktlio enguguiiiont Ikoy Ikey To toll you tho truth and nothing hut the truth Rebecca Ive got a epondid unco to soil that ring The Bulletin i A passenger train on tho Southern Pacific railroad was wrecked nonr Koscoo California by a hand of lobberri...

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. — 27 February 1894

r j V If A ijt iff s T rw fT iMOClTE PUELISUING COMPAM TOKSUATFEU 27 184 Jt is reported that Perry S Hcnth tho woll known Washing ton correspondent has either pur chased the Cincinnati Commercial Gazette or is negotiating for its purchase with prospects for a successful termination of the deal During tho past week there were 289 business failures in the United States as compared with 193 the corresponding week of last year For the first two weeks of February the liabilities of firms which have failed were 8319698 while for the first two weeks of January the liabilities were 9G49252 The Farmers State Agricultural Society of Alabama which has been in session at Birmingham decided to recommend to Alabama farmers that they reduce the acre age of cotton 20 per cent and to substitute for this reduction crop that will supply home consump tion thus avoiding the tax of transportation and other costs One of the numerous pension bills of this session was introduc ed by Representative Ifynum of...

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. — 27 February 1894

K j 4 m VVE vwy a t kai ST- -mm rmf J tm ask sr h a 4WKiM 1 y t M JMU illJIMIIJIJ MljljllllHH Hill y have rWMe In f zayne f fiB Tho Columbia Financo and Trust iSy Company announce that they will bo V ready March -1-to pay a ten per con t dividend to tho depositors and credit- acors of tho Now Farmers Bank t M j MrAdam Baum is in receipt of aletter from a practical iroiei man -who is anxious that a hotel build 3mr bo nut un in Mt Sterling li i Tvhich ho would taito biock in anu Jr rwoiild lease i - W Mrs Luliovifo of Ciiarlos Reunion -- of Paris died on Friday February 23J after Ja vory short illness Mrs lledmon was a sister of our county man James S Bogio and had many irionds among us tv Somo twenty years einco Elder Mc- I f a- h m f 7fr Elder A N McChesney died at his ii -1 TTnnlciiln Tmudav lnof i Ghesnoy was pastor of tho Christian church at this place and is well re membered by many of our older citi zens Mrs Freda Rothschild wife of a Omaha Neb live stock dealer was Assaulted i...

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. — 27 February 1894

I I t t KS LOW COST POULTRY HOUSE A Light Frame Building With Shed Boor Vol Two UreeiU The accompanying illustrated tion from Country Gentloman gives a good idoa of tho oxtcriorand interior arrangement of what is undoubtedly tho 3ra LLLUi it iWz EXTERIOR VIEW OP FOCLTRY HOUSE lowest cost serviceable poultry honso that can be dovised It has a shed roof but tho usual Btiffness of that sort of construction is relieved by a neat fin ish around tho top Tho frame may bo comparatively light as tho up and down boarding assists greatly in supporting the roof The sides and floor nro of matched boarding and if tho tongues and grooves aro covered with white lead when the boards are iaid an increase of warmth will be secured The sides should bo neatly covered insido with tarred or tho red resinous paper used by builders and kept in place by tho big headed tacks that are made for uso with such paper Laths used for this purposo harbor vermin Tho interior arrangoment needa expla nation Tho platform...

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. — 27 February 1894

i e i 9 l 4tvr l y - iL V 0 J5fir VjUHj fiS 1 THE ADVOCATE COUNTY AJJTNOUNCEMENTS Announcements for county ofllcos 5 each t accompany tho order Com munlcatioiHi in tho interest ot candid ates 10 cents per Jino 81IKKIFF V areauthorized to announco Rich ard H Hunt as a candidate for Sheriff tMewitfroiBery county subject to tho aotion of the Democtati part tye aro authorjzed to announce TVm Slcdd as a candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party We aro authorized to announce J C JS Gillispio a candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery county subject to the action of tho Democratic party TOR JAIIiEB We are authorized to anuounco Joe 0 Turlcy aB a caudldato lor Jailer of Montgomery county subject to tho ac tion of tho Democratic prfrty We aro authorized to announco Joseph M Smith as candidate for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party We aro authorized to announco T M Loach as a candidato for Jailor of Montgomery co...

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. — 27 February 1894

l i o I ta A li THE ADVOCATE In the Sonato Tuesday Mr Voor liecu presoiitert a petition signed bv 100J citizens of Massachusetts favor ing tlio pynajro df the new Tat iff BUI lleticlcryiicii tnpjiHmlcicr of Mayor Cai tor Harrison of CliicnK has heuii sentenced to Iwnjf on Fridaj March 23 J ml go Brctitnno overruling a motion for a itmv trial Hov v 11 bliowinuKeruf Jackson wilt preach at tlio Southern Presbyter ian church next Sunday morning and evening and at SpringJlcld church at 230 in the afternoon Dr Euguno K Wot of tian Fran cisco Cal was pcntcnced to 25 years in tlio penitentiary for the inuidor by malpractice of Miss Addio Gtlmour a young milliner At a meutingof tlio Directors of the Big Aurora Iron Mine at Milwaukee Wis it has been decided to resumo work with about 400 men next Mon day A Surgical operation of unusual delicacy and importance was per formed at tho Jellor8on HospitalPhila by Prof Keen Tho patient was a woman wno lias tor years suuercu greatly Irom neuialgia of ...

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. — 6 March 1894

P5f AN VS i y X 1 Reduction Sale To make Room for Spring Stock of QUEEKSWARE 7 WPOMkiidCo Will offer reduc ed prices on their entire stock o f QUEENSWARE through the month of March Prices will be reduced from March ist to April ist and will include our entire line of plain and decorated Queensware Our Stock is the nicest in the city and the quality the best We Are Not offering inferior goods at cheap prices but will sell first class goods at from io to 25 per cent less than you can buy them else where Take Advantage of this opportun ity and supply your table with nice ware Accept our offerings be happy and wear diamonds u Remember from Marcl 1st to April 1st Winchester Court day Thero was about usual crowd in at tendance on Court day and eomo business was transacted About 1000 head of cattlo wore- offered and por hapa GOO sold Ewing sola 21 of 1050 lb feeders at 375 Embry sold 21 hoad at 3 40 Mack Evans bought 8 head of 8501b plain cattlo at 3 conts It P Smith bought two yoke of 1 0...

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. — 6 March 1894

fc THE ADVOCATE The yearly salary of Mexico Is 30000 of tho President There aro sixteen ercinution socio tlcs or Incorporated companies in the United States New Yoik is tno third largest city in tljo world London being the largest and Paris t ccond Now Year Japuary 1 will happen on Sunday bnt onco during tho cen tury that will bo in 1899 Ex Ministor Phelps who haB been eick lor some time will lecover Ho will glvoup bis classes at Yalo for tho present Tho works of tho United States Rubber Company at Millvillc Mass will resume ant 1400 mon will llml employment It is probable that tho Statue ol Liberty in New York harbor will be turned over to tho care of tho Sons of tho Revolution On some parts ot the coast or France when tho wind is east tho mist that appears it is said bears with it a noticeable perfume The United States Consul at Belfast in a report on tho American flour trade Bays our millers aro sacrificing quality to quantity in their patonts Congressman Fithian of Illinois a li...

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. — 6 March 1894

1 i B 3 fc 5 1 r I h A JSP r n tv v X f A j W s THE ADVOCATE The debt of London amountB to 160000000 It was increased last year by 6000000 The avorago 6poed of the trauBmis glotiof earthquake shocks la nearly 16000 fet per second Truth above all things Whittler ays It should bo tno lirst ic8on 01 mo child and the last aspiration of man vliood When wo advanco a little into life we find that the tongue of man creat es noarly all tho mischief in tho world Paxton Hood Au inch of raiu means a gallon ol water spread over a surface of nearlj wo square feet or a fall of about 100 tons upon un acre Titles are valuablo thoy mako us acquainted with many persons who -otherwise would be lost amoug tho rubbish II W Shaw Tho most plalu short and lawful -way to and good end is more eligible than one directly contrary in some or all those qualities Swift As the sword ot tho bust tempered metal is most flexible so tho truly gen erous are most pliant and courteous in their behavior to their1 inferiors...

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. — 6 March 1894

E V i Is i u i 1 lv Hi i V ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY TUESDAY MAHO II I18N Logau Strikes Back T Logan Hooker of Lexington has brought suit for defamation of Character claiming damage to the amount of 25000 B L Crigler as made defendant Hockcr Biicd out an attachment on distcllery and farm owned by Crigler who lives in v Cincinnati Ohio The petition recites The plain tiff T Logan Hocker says that the defendant Robert L Crigler in Fayette count Kontucky on the 28th day of February 189 1 in the presence of D Elliott Kelloy and other persons falsely and mali eiously spoke to of and concerning the plnintilf these words Mr T Logan Hocker the sation is made that thero is some One behind tho throne in the Head ley matter I do not name anyone Will Headley was not a man of suflicicnt ability to work that rack et Colonel I locker it is best to be honorable with each other To be plain you are the man they say va Headloys accomplice in his forgeries thereby meaning that the plnintilf was an acc...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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