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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 6 March 1894

1 I 0 w t Ss A mt l 13Ll tJ j - w y if There are some flue farmers as well a handsome womedin Montgomery iLet it ho written that is the attraction for Mr Brown wo will bo glad to havo him eottlo among us Wo hope ho will mako as popular a farmer as ho is a railroad mau Hi ma Mtl W h Tho Stockholders of tho Mt Sterling Jcffersouvillo Turnpike held their annual meeting yesterday and elected ho old board of officers except Mr Harvoy Trimblo who was succeeded by Mr Silas Stofor Tho directors de clared a dividend of S - Ttov Charlop E Nash of Louisville editor of tho Kontucky Baptist tprcached at tho Baptist church Sun day morning and ovonlng His ser mons wero highly appreciated by -good audionccs Ho also took away flbl with him a largo list of subscribers for ho Kentucky Baptist - Ir Homy L Jones and his excel- fcfuihily will return to their homo i IIinkston8ompfour miles from the ty during this week Mr Jones and family havo livod in tho city for the past three yoars but notwithstand ing...

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. — 6 March 1894

V gM LfcCjT PORTABLE FENCES radical Inventions That AVoro Originally Patented but Are Now Tublio Property Numbered with soino expired patents Illustrated and described by Ohio Farm er are two portablo fences worked some what on tho BRino principle and either of which can bo utilised to advantage where movablo fences are deairedat a comjtfirativoly small cost Tho first invention relates to a lighti portablo fence easily moved from place to place and quickly sot up and connect- A LIGHT PORTABLE FENCE ad where desired without tho labor of digging postholes at the samo time that it forms a firm fenco and cannot be lift ed or disconnected by swino to set un der but is quickly aud easily separated and removed when desirable This fence is constructed in lengths or panels as light as consistent with strength consisting of two posts A and B of unequal length connected by a suit able number of rails preferably five with a brace about tho roidlength of each panel The post A at ono end of each ...

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. — 6 March 1894

V X S fls FSji THE ADVOCATE UMMitl COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements for county ofllcos 5 each to accompany thoordor Oom uunications in tho intorcet ot candid ates 10 conts pot lino SHERIFF We aro authorized lo announce Rich ard II Uunt as a candidato for Sheriff otMontgomory county Bubject to tho action of tho Domocrati part Wo aro authorized to annonnco Vm Slodd as a candidato for Sheriff of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announco J C B Gillispio a candidato for Sheriffot Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party for jailer 9 Wo aro authorized to announco Joo 0 Turloy as a candidato lor Jailor of Montgomery county subject td tho ac tion of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announco Joseph M Smith as candidato for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announco T M Lcach as a candidato for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to the action of t...

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. — 6 March 1894

I THE ADVOCATE The Best Oressln Ask life It cures it A itrhlna FV tX jjdA AVERS RgS VI ESij kHugLfii iWi GOR rrcvents tlio lmlrfrom becoming tliln faded HAIR the scalp cool ruolst and health Briy or wiry and SgfVieseries lu rich ness lux urlanco and color to an nd vanood period of humors and keeps Ayers Hair Vigor Sold toy DrocsltU and Ferf umeri Tho work of tho Census Bureau Ih bo nearly completed that 100 clorks woro dismiBRcd during February Tho largd pottery plants of East Liverpool O will rosumo operations April 1 Tho operators havo sont East for men to tako tho places of the strikers The District Supremo Court has granted an injunction restraining tho Commissioner of Pensions from re duciug tho pension of Judgo Charles D Long of Michigan There- remains in the faces of the women who are naturally serouo and peaceful and of those rendered so by religion an aftor spring and later an after Bummer the reflex of their most beautiful bloom Hichtor At Kosciusko Mis on Saturday a bitte...

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. — 13 March 1894

ft m K i t t -VI r va A ns J v I M - cVi iii e MT y cxl iv deduction -Sale To make - Room for Spring Stock of QUEENSWARE 1 - V i WPOliaMCo Will offer reduc ed prices ion their entire stock o f QUEENSWARE through the month of March Prices will be reduced from Marh 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 10 to 25 per cent less than you can buy them else- where Take Advantage IL of this opportun ity and supply your table with nice ware Accept our offerings be happy and wear diamonds Remember from Hard 1st to April 1st DONT BE A CLAM Be wideawake and abreast of tlie times Keep posted on the news of the world by reading that bright and indepen dent paper LonisYille Commercial All the news and a cartoon every day hi the Ave ok You can have it left at y our do or every day in the year for lO Oe...

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. — 13 March 1894

41 THE ADVOCATE DAIRY NOTES A bill requiring imitation butter to bo colored pi uk its ponding in tho Iowa loginlature There Is as inucli need of improving tbo quality of butter as to increase the quantity Tho price of butter is bettor in win tor than summer and for that reason most of tho cows should conio fresh in tho full An Ohio dairyman has a dairy that pays him twenty five hundred dollars annually lor tho cow feed from k ss thau one hundred acres of clay land By testing tho quality oftho heifers milk you can tellwhethor to keep her in tho dairy If tho quality is poor discard her for ago does not improvo tho quality as it may the quantity Ex f overnor Hoard said at the Ohio agricultural convention that ho wants to seo tho day when thoro shall bo no more than one half as many cows as thoro aro in existenco now and ovory cow twice as good When thoro shall not be more than one half tho number of cows on thn same farm and ovory cow twice as gjod That will bring profit Ho says ho has...

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. — 13 March 1894

K M Jk te jS v4 n ip 1 M CD THE ADVOCATE TJw number of employes of the Mabus ami Now Hampshire Granite Cohas been reduced the past year owJsg to hard timoB from 300 tol3 For airderangomeufs of tho throat nd lungs Ayors Ghorry Pectoral is the speediest and most reliable remedy Even in tho advanced Btagps of con sumption this wonderful preparation affords groat relief checkn ouughiug and induces Bleep Bpraying should bo dono in good time Many practical experimenter advise an application before the bud open especially in cases of applo scab fungus grape disoaso anthracnoso ol black cap raspberries and perhapo black knot of plum Elderly peoplo romember thai spring bitters with a shudder Tho prosout generation have much to bo stiankful for not tho least of their blessings being such a pleasant at d thoroughly effective spring medicine as Ayors Sarsaparilla It is a health restorer and hcalth maintainer If you expect cows to give you thoir milk after they have secretod it uso common souso ...

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. — 13 March 1894

V b mi 1 AUOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY XUESDAYMARC1I 181894 Ho Will be a Candidate A No 1 Man Suited to the Place It will bo remembered thnt Capt B A Tracy of Winchester wus favorably spoken of ns ono of the Railroad Commissioners under Gov Brown In fact the place had been tendered him unsought Lutthc ways of politics are past finding out and Bomc how it was another gentleman who was ap pointed and now since this office lias become elective the friends of Capt Tracy and they are legion are urging almost demanding that ho become a candidate So great is the pressure that notwithstand ing the Captain has never bcena candidate for any office he has yielded fo their urgency and is in the Hold to win As a man of sound judgment and of the highest honor and strictest integrity a Hound Democrat unyielding in principle and a hard and con tinuous worker Capt Tracy has io superior and is in every way worthy of the confidence of the people Another point in his fav or is this neither ho nor any of o...

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. — 13 March 1894

m w R 4 l j country 4 fkM vt Bl if fM v HAVE VOUR ire Insurance WRITTEN BV Miss Bottio lloberts has resumed herold place at T P Martin Cos amlis ready to welcome her old friends onco more t m m JIlss Jounio Breon will give a recital at Sutton and Smiths Saturday after noon March 17th a 3 oclock Every- J lody cordially invited h j During the past week there were ImatiinsQ fniliirrva thrmicrlinilt illO as compared with 193 the corresponding weokot last year i i Some new wells for tho purpose of de- veloping oil and gas will bo sunk hero 4hls soason One concern proposes going from two to three thousand feet deep Mr Dlslo Hart and Mrs Lucy D Swartz both 5f Bath County near Preston wore married in this city on Wcdnosday March 7 1894 Eldor B W Trimble officiating In tho Bath County Circuit Court Sa Thursday tho casb ot Common- wealth vs Georgo Green for tho der of Davidson was completed and h iho jury returned a verdict of not jjj Uilty g Mr A II McCluro of Frankfort I died Friday March 2...

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. — 13 March 1894

y - Hie -v LOVES WELCOMERS Joy and Sorrow slaters they Hand In hand one closo of ilay Walkd tho dappled meadows In Joys footsteps dewllghts Klcamedj Sorrows left behind It scerad Only sighs and shadows Much ado had thoy I trow - Keeping step one quick ono slow Truth their sire did start them And thoy werq bo closo of kin Boltiff twins It were a sin Should their natures part them Whither go thoy Ono so loath Ono so eacor eyed yet both Keeping true together Sighs and laughter mix and mingle Set tho conscious skies a tlngle Making April weather Lol said Joy where Love descendcth Sorrows head In silence bendeth Iu tho wake of Venus Welcome Love Weve como to meet you Trut jur sire cent us to greet you And take you homo between us Detroit Froo Press HER KITTEN Well woro off Miss Millard What shall I bring you since you wont have my heart ho added in a lower tone With the oyes of the whole party upon h or she could only laugh and answer Bring mo ahaby tiger Lieutenant Nugent Thoy say thoyr...

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. — 13 March 1894

f H IH 8 0 fr tit at k to id iy W K3m I IP or ne Ik lw fc k Mk M v fJrMfcfi 1 t on up ng ar to ior lo ild eds 0 ly rts nt ho ccdi o I ffiE ADVOCATE - FCOUNTi ANNOUNCEMENTS uinmincomouts for county offices iTiiinlitft ancomnanv theordor Coin- ajjnications iu tho interest ot candid al 10 cents per lino SHERIFF rA qivi QnMrri7Pfl to announce Wl II Hunt as a candidate for Sheriff otMoutgoraory county subject to tho action Of the juomoorau pari w3 are authorized to announce fitndd as a candidate for Sheriff Montgomery county subject to tho ictiou of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announco J C GHlispio a candidate forbhermoi loivtomery county suotect 10 iuo jictiH of tho Dompcratio party f FOR JAILER W are authorized to announco Joe Wtkfc ni nmirllflntn lrr Tnllni nf Rl4ontQmory county subject to tho ac- Ition of tho Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce K Joseph M Smith as candidate tor cjauor oi juuuik11 -- v tho action of the JUomocratic party I Wfi are authorized t...

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. — 13 March 1894

r r n f t ESJMS ron THE CURE OP Catarrh Scrofula Bolls Eczema Carbuncles Sores And all Other Skin Diseases EQUALLY EFFECTIVE IN Rheumatism Dyspepsia Nervous Debility ami all complaints originating In Impure Blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Has cured others will euro you HORSE AND TRACE Snowdon 2 16 by Strathmoro will be in Geo Starrs etablo this season Clay tou Howell ha9 sold to D S Lockridgo the bay gelding Jndgo Savage for250 This office is prepared to got out your horso cards this year in tho very best style Abe Johnson of Boston has bought of Peter Evans Son of Lexington the gray mare Elsie Wilkes 2 24 for 2000 G and C P Cecil of Danville sold last week at Dallas Toxae seventy head of trotters at an average of 215 Gambolicr by Gambctlu Wilkes was tho highest priced ani mal of tho sale bringing 1200 The Leeds Importing Company Adrian Minn has decided to ship a consignment of horses to England about the first of April Tho lot y iucludc Hampshire 222 and a num ber of colts by Lockhcart 2 ...

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. — 20 March 1894

yox it W w o MT ftMKtien I vTsuu I miKe Room for Spring Stock of QUEENSWARE 7i h w v WPOldliamCo f Will offer reduc ed prices on their entire stock o f QUEENSWARE through the month of March 4 Prices will be reduced from March ist to April i st and will include our entire line of plain and decorated Queensware Our Stock is the nicest in trie 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 1 nice ware Accept our offerings be happy and wear diamonds Remember from Mrt 1st to April 1st V ru kiiSC John T Folly of Nashville iractically Water works man is in the city to make a deal with The Construction Company for the sale of pipe and also for laying same Mr Foley was hero some time ago and did valuable work in getting things in shape so a that flrst olaBS plant could be built and made many friends wh...

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 March 1894

r V1 1 THE ADVOCATE Hints to Housekeepers Oranges ami lemons will keep well if hung in a wire 1iet in n cool and airy phuv A drop of oil and a feather will do away with the creaking in a door or orcakiig chair Vliii milk is used in tumblers wasli them first in cold water afterwards rinse in hot water A i lo flour dredged over a cake bofotu icing it will keep the icing from spreading and running off Never enter a sick room hi a state of perspiration as the moment you cool j our pores absorb When anything is spilled or boils - over on the stove thu bad odor may bo counteracted by sprinkling a little nail upon it Whito sheepskin fugs may be clean sed by scrubbing them wtth castile soap and water and drying thorough ly in the sun Dread and cake bowlB or any dishes in which flour and eggs have been used are moro easily cleaned if placed in cold water after using Do not approach contagious with an empty stomach nor sit between the sick ami tho fire because tho heat at tracks tho vapor Pre...

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 March 1894

ri ImW i ifi in P IHB ADyOGA FR fij SffWf V fTlie81errT Nevada range o Cali fornia U nearly 00 miles long 70 ideand from 7000 to nearly 15- X6 ft high glui hidtafwusabta and should al ways be where hogs of all ages can oat j what tfaey want of it Bays a stock WrHei Salt and aehea arc n vefy omot medlcino and juBt no good an y c -I codfish aatoned up eocuroly will benoflt all fowjs They pick email piecw containing ealt which ovory thicken likoa and needs In this form hoy Boldom get too innch tho oxerciso will eveu benefit a lazy fowl Air is dostrucllvo to the good ities of butter as the oxygon in the i air unites with the carbon in tho but ter and slow combustion jf tho ments takes place thereforb pack us oon as possible after milking 4 Three hours after John F Gibbs u lilguly respected citizon of Springfield t 6hio died a letter addressed toliliu was rocolvod stating that ho hud fallen heir to an Eugllsh cstato valued t 5000000 Mr Gibbs was 83 years old m An Australian confectioner ...

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 March 1894

r -- - - i ntiitiliiij v mim - MBmR WWSiMIWi t If PI ADOGATE PUBLISHING COMPAMT Ji TUESDAY MACH20 lS9f - i t ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress ro aro autliorized to annotiiico Hon Marcus C Lislo of Clark coun ty as a caiulltato for Congross in this tlio Tenth District to succeed himself subject to the action of the Democratic party Ve are authorized to announces Hon Jo M Kendall of Floyd county as candidato for Congress from the Tenth District subject to the action of the Democratic party Stato Treasurer II S Halo has formally announce himself a candidate for Secretary of Slate The Husband and Wife Bill as pass ed by the late Legislature has received the signature of the Governor and is now a law Editor Stead in a interview said the Americans are a wonderful people wonderful in nothing so much as that they preserve their inherited goodness in spite of the corruption reigning rampant As to Chicago A ma jority of the Aldermen aro notorious boodlers The Bland ticignorage Hill passed Senate Th...

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 March 1894

Blf 1 MP m lJot Iff WjW IP i i v- V mr Mitt it nwev S OBfffr aESf Kv have your i -- we Insurance WRITTEN BY Tho bridga over Red IilveV at Iiazol Grcon has bcon completed and ac copted Massage and Electrical treatment iltvill restore you to WfaiP0 Box 557 Lexington health Address Ky Landreths seeds flower and garden nf HfoTOvnvintv nonrl In TCnntiirclrv 5tfv tn n1 of A HojiTti Xr Rnna SPVA n u w v Blarcl jfortlolio Of JLhotograpns migiven away at T r Martin Jo s Matt Adams cots tho Pension p t Agency for Kentucky His moht was sent to tho Senato Wednes day Tho office pays 4000 pur yuar MP MDavis of Ezol and John 13 Davis of Hazel Green have been letters patont on a roversiblo -hillside plowv It Is also adapted to level land Sam Newton who killed Hart Crouch at High Bridge last July was tried in tho Josaamiuo Circuit Court and acquitted Dismissed on grounds of self dcfonse Catarrh ot every form skin dis eases of every variety reated with succe93 at Dr Caldwells Bath Mas sage -and Elect...

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 March 1894

V K w i t r v 1 1 v A SUMMER VERSELET Down toward a pretty lakelet strolled a V Irl with Jetty hair 0pralscd was her charming nosolct to Inhale the summer air IVUh her lovoly dark brown eyelets gassing at tlio summer sky luoh a maid waa gentle Minnie hoe heo ha ha ill hi hi Initio flowerlcts hid their ln adlets by her too- lets pressed to earth Then Ahey raised them when shod passed them breaking forth lu Joyous mirth Minnie heo hec Minnlo ha ha Minnlo hi hi wheros your beau Minnie Minnie heo hce hn ha hi hi hi hi ho ho hoi On the brlnklet of tlio lakelet stood the maiden Minnie fair And tho rlplets of the wavelets kissed her foot lets white and bare Laughing cried to one unother This It Min nie donohor know Minnie heo hce Minnie ha ha Minnlo hi hi ho ho ho Neath the wavelets Eat a crablet Joy depicted In his oyes As he watched her rosy toelets and prepared a euront aiirnrtsrt When she felt his gontlo plnchlet rang her j screamlet loud and far Cried tho crablet Caught c Minnie hce h...

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 March 1894

4 t C 4 i I V 4 v i 6 r r NrTOMI W T V A 5r THE ADVOCATE COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS AniiounccnicntB or county offlcos 6 each to accompany thoordor Coin1 Biunicatlous in tho interest ot candid ates 10 cents porlind SHERIF1 VVn are authorized to announco Rich ard II Hunt a8 a candidate for Sheriff tt k lw OlW OIHgO UUUHiy BUUJUlil IV llu action of the Dohiociati part Ve aro authorized- to announco Vm Slodd as a candidate for Sheriff ofHontgomry couuty subject tq tho notion of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce J C 11 GUlispio a candidate for Shoriffof Montgomery county subject to tho action of ttie uomocrauc party itev J FOR JAILER TV oro authorized to announco Joe C Turloy aa a candidate lor Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tno ac tion of tho Democratic party Wo are authorized to announco Jo9oph M Smith as candidato for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announco T M Leach as a candidato for Jailor of Montgom...

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 March 1894

r J A SLUGGISH LIVER CAUSES Constipation Sick Headache Dyspepsia Nervousness AND DISTURBS THE SYSTEM GENERALLY For alt such ailments and to Impart a natu ral healthy tono to tho Stomach Liver and Bowels take AVERS PILLS Every Doso Effective Mrs Nancy Jones of this city was 02 years old Sunday Judge IJ J Lea of the Tennessee Suprotno Court anl Judgo Artemus Libboy of the Maino Supromo Court died Thursday Hot Springs Vapor Bathf N0A2O Market Btroet Lexington Ky The eaino effects guaranteed as produced at Hot Springs of Arkansas Ladies do not fail to attend tho Bpring and summer display this week Thursday and Friday March 22 and 23 1894 at T P Hartin Cos 4Mrch to search is tho old adage It searches out any weakness of tho syatoni resulting from impure blood Those who uso Ayers Sarsaparllla And M rch no inoro searching or ovon disagrceaolo than any other montli Thia medicine is a wonderful tor J C Caldwell sold one hundred thousand pounds of extra good hemp to tho Chas O Jacobs Cordage ...

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