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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 27 March 1894

17 frfl1 I iw i D Ml w o r V K - ts r fiv MT STERLING ADVOCATE vol iy Reduction Sale To make Room for Spring Stock of QDEENSWARE 1 WP Remember from Marcl ist to April 1st A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN INTEREST WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE a- Oldliam Co 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 i st and will include our entire line of plain and decorated Quecnsware 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 ity and supply your tame wxui nice ware Accept our offerings be happy and wear diamonds How Much Rain Will Fall Tim Woklv Courier Journal has struck a popular notojn its weather eruessin contests A wonderful amount of interest was takon in its offer of 1000 for tho closest guesses to tho coldest day and tompora...

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 March 1894

f a tf it S mL LwTAlsl THE ADVOCATE Sotno claim tliat ringing hogs inter feres with their thrift - More thxn ono halfof the Presiden tial postoflkes have been filled with bcmocrutB by Cleveland j Bluegra hoive Ih uccUth arc jubilant over the remit of the sales at Lexing ton Wudiicfulny scvemy tlireo head were sold at an average of 2G5 1 mnmm Tho ninetieth birthdav of Gen Neal Dow the tomperanco reformer wafc celebrated at his homo at Portland Mo and at London England Tues day Tho New York Chamber of Com meico has unanimously adopted a petition to President Cleveland re questing that ho velo the Seignior age bill Tho Rhode Island Democrats met in convention Tuesday and renomina ted the ticket of last year Tho Issue ot the election will be tho legislative fight that has been on for more than a year See that tho harness especially the collars fit well and keep the plows sharp give tho work horses a variety of feed treat them kindly and they will repay you in faithful service for your 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 March 1894

1 i F 4 rv THE ADVOCATE WH If ft man pmi1b second class cattlo to market he need not expect first class - price i A horseman claims that feeding an idle horse much corn in winter is as hard 011 him as overworking him in summer ff yh Because sheep aro natural gleaners I vand can live on the wanton nf ilic fjjk farm do not conclude that iliuy cm live on nothing Jrtio horsomiin that said thoro arc Awo quarts of oats in tho currycomb nd four in tho brush OTidcntly be lieved in grooming tho horse Tho recpnt fat stock show at jgfiifgham England udoptcd the rule followed at Chicago of cutting out of jtlio list beovc8 over threo years old The Maiuo banner tells of a man in hat Stato who last season from three bushels and two quarts sowing raised 75 bushels of wheat machine measure A writer thinks that to make shcop fi profitable it is necessary o live in tho immediate vicinity of tho flock Near - enough to smell them at loast twlco a lay Tho breeder of stock can do himself good servico by c...

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 March 1894

aj i ADOCATE PUBLISHIHG COMPANY TUESDAY SrAIlOH 271601 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress We mo authorized to announce Hon Marcus C Lisle of Clark coun ty as a caiulitate for Congress In thif the Tenth District to succeed hinisell fluhjtct to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce Hon Jo AT Kendall of Floyd county as candidate for Congress from tin Tonlh District subject to tho action of the Democratic party The per capitn of lunatics in Kentucky has been incicased from 125 to 150 Fire at CluvcUml Thisday morn ing destrojed the rnpair t hops ot tic Cleveland Electric Company Los 50000 Hon George Denny is an an nounced candidate for Governor subject to the action of the Repub lican part Hon James 11 Millijran is out ol the way of lival politicians for awhile having accepted tho appointment ot Consul General to Samoa II s 6alary is 5 000 a year It is reported that Dc Mello has been proclaimed the head of the robel Pro ibional Government in Southern Bra zil and that h...

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 March 1894

I n A have ycmjr Fire Insurance WRITTEN BY JohiiGRo6LHfai fo aro authorizeclto announco Matt C Clay as a candidates for Constable Uof tho Mt Sterling Magisterial Dis trict suoject 10 1110 acuon oi uioucin ocratio nartv k Next Sunday will bo April 1 ool Tay i Hear Opio Rood at the Opora House Saturday uight Tickets at W S LloydV Thecofil wave struck hero Saturday and there was a slight snowfall on Sunday f When will times bo bettor in fSfcontgomery county After the marketing of the coming crops Tho highest price paid for hogs on the Kansas City market last month was 525 305 less than tho highest figures in February 1893 Get a pot rattlesnake and turn it loose in your yards if you would keep away thieves This is what A Texas farmer did tS Two negroes fought at Henderson last Tuesday and ono bit off an car of the mother and swallowed it Tho negro who swallowed tho car at last accounts was still living The yidetto Is tho namo of a Semi Weekly to bo started April 1st at IRichmond Ky by C...

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 March 1894

is J m f r VEZ2M 1 BY THE SEA O straURcr sollat O Hf tine Isles of foatat Clouds of tlto morning fringed with saffron Orel What of the dawn that brings my hearts do sire What of tho day that sees my ship coma homo The gray dawn crows o a golden day Tho hrown sails glint through tho pearly mist Tho Usher his bluo eyed lass has kissed And his boat mores over tho shining bay All day long on a sea of class Tho ships will come and tho ships will go And tlin breath of tho salt sea breezes blow Where the thyino smolls sweet In tho dry bent cross When tho laden boots enrao back from tho bay And the west burns red in tho sunsets glow Tho tldo may ebb and tho tide may low But a lonely heart will li wo gone its way S Itold in Good Words AT CROSS PURPOSES It was all Colias fault If it hadnt been for her it would never have occurred tome to quarrel with Jack it would never have oc curred to mo that any quarrel was necessary to prove tho strength of his love I should havo taken it for granted and...

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 March 1894

f a U A P A R K THE ADVOCATE COUNTY AITNOUNCEMENTS Announcements for county ofllcoB 5 each to accompany tho order Com munications in tho iiitorcst ot candid ates 10 contB per lino 8HEIUFP Wo are authorized to aunounco Rich ard H ilunt as a candidate for Shorlfl otATontgomeiy county subject to tho action of tho Demociati part Wo aro authorized to announco Wm Sledd as a candidate for Sheriff oft Montgomery county subject to the action of tho Democratic paity Wo aro authorized to announco J C BGillispioa candidate forShcriffol Montgomery county Bubject to tho action of tho Dompcratlc party ron jailkii Wo aro authorized to announce Joo 0 Turioy as a candidato for Jailor of Montgomery couiit subject to tho ac tion of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announco fosoph M Smith as candidato for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce T M Leach as a candidatp for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho De...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 27 March 1894

t Mi T I HE ADVOCATE Estill county 1b to havo a now jul ami jailors liotiso to bo complotcd by next JumiDiy at a cost of 8000 i A nafu rule In tyujl proiluco wlicii ready for market uiilia tlio prico 1h iiuroaoiiably low ami a good prospect for butter prici Asa mlo a lariuor should not buy wbai be can produce at homo cheaper than iicuuii buv it This keeps cx pciiMs down and gWos a clianco for profit If the price of any product Is so low there is no profit in it look around and plant crops for which thero U a demand at paying prices Sell cattle or anykiid of stock in assorted lols When an inferior animal is sold with the best or when all are aold together tho price is more affected by the poor ones than by the best Prepare the giound thoroughly be fore planting Plant seed corn which has been tested and known to bo good and then cultivate thoroughly These aro thrco indispensable factors in se curing good yields Cincinnati Live Stock Market Union Stockyards March 24 Ito ccipls Hogs 471...

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. — 3 April 1894

P W f fc I i Wf ir ktf H 1 I s ft r if ft Lf i if h 4 M iTERflqAQWeATE -- A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN INtSSeST WITtI It OjWNPEOPLE fr r -- l mi - r i i i i j a- w r i VO Ji IV MlKtlOfl TWwtke Ktoi for Spring Stock of OUEEKSWiRE ir P offering goods prices I- Oldham S Co Will offer reduc ed prices on their entire stock o f QUEENSWARE through the month of March Prices vwill be reduced from March ist to April ist and -will include our entire line of plain an d decorated Queensware ttbuR Stock s is the nicest in the city and the quality the best 3we Are Not inferior sell first at cheap but will class -goods at from io to 25 per cent V less than you can buy them else where rTAKE Advantage - of this ityiand i supply aTouVltable with i nice ware Accepts our offerings be happy and wear o diamonds Remember from Hard 1st to April 1st How Much Rain Will Fall Tho Weokly Courier Journal has struck a popular noto in its weathor guessing contfcsts A wpndcrfu amount of interest was taken in its of...

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. — 3 April 1894

W Z tKm W m r THE ADVOCATE Tho avorago walking paco of a healthy woman or man is said to bo seventy five Btcps a tuliiuto Thicehunired and blxty mountain in tho United States aro ovor ten thousand feet high Thoro will bo two oclipsos of tho nun during tho your but both will bo invisible in tho United States A bill to appropriate 20000000 to dcopen and widen the Eric Canal is before tho New York legislature Tho owls wiso look is tho result of a physiological oddity his eyes being fixed immovably in their sockets All tho precepts of the divine law aro linked together Negligence in ono singlo point may lead to the de struction of all St John Chrysos tom The position of the center of popu lation in tho United States is now 20 miles oast ot Columbus Ind In 1800 it was eighteen miles west of Balti more Md Humboldt describes an oak tree which he saw in Frauco which was ninety feet in circumferenco at tlie baso and was estimated to bo two thousand years old Who would not boliovo that our Sa...

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. — 3 April 1894

u 3 THE ADVOCATE 8 The resurrection is so convincingly vSttestod by such persons with sucb circumstances that they who consider and weigh tho testimony at what IE Jjanca 800ver thoy aro placed cannot Pr nfoHtaln anr n1Ain In rf tlin jin VllltMIIU mi IIIVIU uuuuv ui tuu Airroction than the crucifiction of Jo bus Attorbury f many ways of making monoy aro invonted that sometimes ono won iders if tho world ia over thinking about anything olso There aro over ihreo hundred people in London who 9rn their living by drawing pictures on tho pavement and then collecting pennies trom peoplo who havo stopped to look on 8omo of Tho larger cotton and wool cn mills aro said to be contemplating the adoption of paper shuttles Tho wookeu appliances at present in uso aro not liable to crack but aro rough er along tho tapering end and givo trouble from which it is considered probable that paper shuttles would bo iratively free Tho city of Glasgow in Scotland has a mnltitudo of bow legged and fcnock knee...

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. — 3 April 1894

ADOOTE PUBLISHING COMPANY TUESDAY APBIIi S IS04 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress Wo are authorized to announce Hon Marcus C Lislo of Clark eoun y as a canditato for Congress In this tho Tenth District to succeed himself subjnet to the action of the Democratic party Woaro authorlzod lo announce Hon Jo M Kendall of Floyd county as audidato for Congress from tin Hcrith District subject to the action of tho Oliuouratic party The Presidents Veto of the Bland Bill The expected message of Prqsji ulcnt Cleveland vetoing the Bland Scigniorago Bill was sent to Con gress on Thursday The message is a long one and Mr Cleveland Koems to attach more importance to he billthnn it possibly deserves lie saw in the coinage of the silver n the vaults of the Treasury a menace to the financial interests of the country that one farther re moved from the influence of Wall Street would probably not have discovered lie fears if the bill should become a law it would un settle confidence in the Govern ments financial...

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. — 3 April 1894

BMaBSPBSSinji iTirriMiiiwi 0 B jB B lrl1 AS We aro authorizedto announce Matt C Oiav as a candidate for Constable Rl f tie Mt Sterling Magisterial Dis R trict subject to tho action of the FA l - - - 4 jjK T - rt map - erect 20 10 isorn JXICV V V ueo u Jewell and wife a daughter - - - I Born March 30th to John son andwite a daughter o - k Bishop Dudley tilled tho pulpit at the Episcopal church last eveuiug ii plJohrt B Phipps is arranging to put up a handsome cottage on Winn street m - Mr CharlOy Reis Ib making some 1icolmnrovemont8 on his cottage on tlnfiianrt nxrnniifv fr J - If your garden was killed re- S4 U T n nlAfVi ennnAa nf Til JlUIIll Y1UI ilUUUIUWl OVVUO - JP Ha 3R3f - iiii i ii - f TV Jinrl Mrs It W McU 0UUlu L - - r have taken rooms at tho rosiaonco ot ij J C Brown on High stroot FW Rev Everotto Gill preached two ex- cellont Bormona at the Baptist church i Sundav to annreciative audiences Oiip addition at tho morning Bervico m Business meotiug at tho Baptist church next ...

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. — 3 April 1894

Ru w AN ANQLOMANIAC Ky ldy fair went over the sea Ari when sho came bock to her own conntre She Boornod tho land of the brave and free And olirlwd for an arlstocracec 8ho said that we had no leisure class That our company mannors were green a grata Our society only a vulgar mass Which had certainly cotno to n Bliocklne pass On our uncouth speech she laid great stress And her horror alio couldntt at all express Whon she heard us repeatedly say I guess And constantly call a gown a dress Our civilization was sadly new And our men of culture decidedly few And nlmost completely lost to view Because of the work they needs must do It was wretched form to be all in trade And put us down on n lower grade Where truo nobility Wouldnt have staid Unless It had been handsomely paid She ehnddercd to see a coronet On low democratic locks of Jet Which might havo been most fittingly set On the brow of somo duchess deep in debt Hunting was out of tho question here And we hadnt a park to contain our de...

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. — 3 April 1894

rti v c I vu mk fW v Sr rrflE advocate COUNT YJJOrOUNCEMEHTS AunouneemesM ftn county offlcoB f6 each t aeoowpfcuy theorderVCotn Ittunicatloiw In thd intorest ot candid ates 10 cent pei Hue SHERIFF i W are authorized to announce rd H Ejunt as a candidate for Sheriff otMoutgoniery county subject to tno action of the Dcmocratl part We are authorized to announco Vfm Sledd as a candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery county subject to tno action of tho Democratic party are authorized to announco J C 1 B Gillispio a candidate for Shcriffof Montgomery cownty subject to tho action of the Democratic party FOB JAILER Wo ar authorized to announce Joo 0 Turley as a candidate tor Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho ac tion of the Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce Josph M Smith as candidate for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to the action of the Democratic party We aro authorized to announce T 34 Xach as a candidate for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho action of the...

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. — 3 April 1894

f i If a THE ADVOCATE Disintegration of rocks Is Oiuactl partly by mlmifo unitnul organisms Corsets Jiavo bcou round on Iho niuininicfi of Egyptian nrincosscs of tho royal family Lobsters havo a ynut thunder and when peals dread of are vory loud will swim to deeper water A masslvo atandpipo nt Peoria III containing 1500000 gallons of water collapsed Friday killing one parson fatally injuring thrco and causing moro or less 6orions injury to twelvo others Tho largest trues are not tho sequoia gigantes of Califqrnia but certain species of eucalyptus in Australia Ono specimen in Victoria if said to be 471 foot high A cubic foot of fresh water weighs eixtj -two and one half poundsa cubic foot of salt water weighs 6 13 pounds a cubic foot of ice at thirty two do grees weighs fifty seven and one halt pounds Sir Benjamin Richardson in his ad dress on athletic lite says that absti nence from alcoholic fluid is absolute ly necessary As long as you are in courso of training dont touch tho hurt...

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. — 10 April 1894

n as- If b - n v m Hi Jt o M X liw jf k W MT STERLING ADVOCATE VOL IV Reaction Sale To mafce Room for Spring Stock of QDEENSWARE MK WPOldUainGo 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 i st 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 v Remember from Marcb 1st tO April 1st 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 How Mnch Rain Will Fall TI10 Weekly Courier Journal has etruok a popular noto in its weather eues3iiK contests A wonderful amount of interest was taken in its offer of 1000 for the closest guesses to tho coldest day and temporaturo during February- at Louisville and and much...

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. — 10 April 1894

iiS n 1 fv -- THE ADVOCATE 4 HINTS TO HOUSEKEEPERS Cofloo Lolled longer than ono minute fccoflvo spoiled To polish iowelry uo a paste ol powdered chalk and spirits of wine Warm dishes for the table by im irierxiiig thciu in hot water not b htaudnig ihomou r hot BtOVO Mix stove blacking with spirits ol turpentine It will tako oil tho rust polish easier and stay glossy longer than when water is used When you aro hurried and a postago 6tamp will not tick moisten it and rub it on thoJlapof an ouvelopo and then quickly put it in its place A small teaspoonful of powdered borax added to a bowl of cold starch will givo more- stillness to linen than any of the numerous things you have tiied To polish brass kettles that aro very much tainished first rub with u solution ot oxalic acid thou dry and polish with rotten 6tono or tho ilncBt emery To clean mai bio boil four ounces of soft soap with four of powdered whitening and ono of soda Apply hot and lot remain on the marble for a day or two Add...

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. — 10 April 1894

- - f if I aT yW Ji -v r THE ADVOCATE Buff HigRin was haugod at Chi cago FiHlajyfo tfte brutal murdor ol a old man lie died game and rea OHRblv cheerful over not having t ausoclkte with JBendorgaat on tho bchiT old mk It la mistake to su frrnlDgoooktllealr I wlXihuiider storm a sharp iSp va i i i m mm BaLj BRV I- suppose that light- At tho thrift of b nor contract hn twen the temporaturcs of tho iippi i aadlqwer strata than la ustfai exlbls andilie cold which sometimes follow SUOIl BlUI HIB o uuu i mu unoui d atmosphorlo masses already in tin eightiorhood Tho lion is a lormidablc lookin tu ami hta Ininoniiifr timinaranee Vwttdgreat atrongth have caused him i be crowned king ot beasts Bui for al that ho is really inferior ii muscular power tofcomo other nicni brrs of tho same family Tho strongtl of his foro lim Wis said to be onl six 4y nino per coiif of that of tho tigo and of tho hiutl logs only sixty five jpor cont On account of tho San Francises Mid WIntor Fair tho Chicago Mil wa...

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. — 10 April 1894

rq3S fei lH iTv WCATE PUBL1SHM COMPAM TUESDAY JraiL8 1804 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress AVo are authorized to announce Hon Marcus 0 Llsto of Clark coun ty a a camjttato for Congress in this tho Tenth District to succeed himself Bubjcct to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo are authorized to announco Hon Jo M Kendall of Floyd county as caudidato for Congress from tho Tcuth District subject to the action of tho Democratic party Wo are authorizeclto announco Matt C Clay as a caudidato for Constable of thoMt Storling Magisterial Dis trict subject to tho action of tho Dem ocratic party Tho industrial feature of tho pas week according to Bradstreet is found in thirty one strikes throughout tho country involving 10000 employes Iteprescntativo Springer of Illinois proposes a now rule to secure a quorum in the National House and prevent fili bustering It provides that the names of those present and not voting shall bo entered on tho journal as voting ii tho negative and if these with thofc v...

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