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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 April 1894

It II c i 1 r r r a t HN teA mi H MMMMMI ir Mr Winchester Rwi g6d 8fof W proprietor of the Reen House in Winchester died is that city Wed- Hiiay night i i nii The three traia robbers who dwed Conductor McNally at OHpliant Ark Novomber 3 last woro hanged at Newport Ark Friday morning To night and to inorrow night 3jPr Bowling will lecture at Grassy rfck and those who do not hear liim will miss a treat John P Combs of Rothwell and JiK Combs of Bowen Ky have atiturnod from New York where j aey make lago purchases for their i stores IM C C Shubort formerly of this o tlnt n lo litrrlilv pleased with hie now homo at Altona Ho The froezo there has douo great damago to the wheat oats and fruit crops -4 Ben King the Michigan Poet who Tvas hereon the evening of March 31st jwith Opio Reed died u his bed room if riivniiolini n last FrlllaV lliLht I Heart trouble is supposed to have been Jthe cause Twelvo years ago Huntington W Vawas a town of 3000 Hor nu merous factories now give employ ment to...

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. — 10 April 1894

a 1 i -SW sip A HOTTENTOT FABLE Ihe Lion onco was 111 His said And when the news had wldoly spread All Animals of cot or wing Called on him In his suffering Butono who knew tho lions woo Tho cunnhig Jackal wouldnt go Because as far as ho could learn Tho tracks which wont did not return So him tho Hyena accused And told thn LJon ho refused Alono of every living thins To feel his lordships suffering Then said the Mon If t Is eo I wish my friend that you would go And though ou chaso him for a year Bring tho hard hearted Jackal hero When this tho Hyena had done Tho Lion to his guest begun O Jackal why when I was ill Did you keep oft so far nnd stilli I did not undo on my word For wlicti your Boro distress I heard Unto tho doctor swift I flew To bco what ho could do for you Besides I did not go in vain Ho told mo what would ease your pain Ha says Draw this Hyenas skin And when tis off get quickly In Health will ho yours if you do 60 For this Hyena Is jour foe Then Jumped the Lion In a tr...

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. — 10 April 1894

TO i 1 M Loach as a candidato for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho If N wmmrt M i THE ADVOCATE ft tlaa4 COUNT V ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements for county oillcoi 5 each to accompany thoordcr Com munications in tho interest ot candid ites 10 cents nor lino feMKKIFK Wo aro authorized to announce Rieh Aid H Hunt as acuudidato for Sliorifl otMontgomory county subject to tho action of the Domocratl part Wo aro authorized to announco Vm Slcdd as a candidate for Sliorifl of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic paity Wo aro authorized to announco J 0 B Gillispio a candidato for Shoriilot Montgomery county aubjoct to tho action of tho Democratic party I OIl JAILER Wo aro authorjzod to announco Joe C Turloy as a candidato lor Jailor of kv Montgomery county subject to tno ac tion oi ino ueimicrium party Wo aro authorized to announce Josopli M Smith as candidato for Jailor of Montgomery county Bubject to tho action of tho Domocratio party Wo aro authorized to announc...

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. — 10 April 1894

JSEf t ikf s V - Cf frr THE ADVOCATE LAND STOCK AND CROP The 6tock barn ot Mr II A lingers was destroyed by flro Monday moin liijsj Loss about 200U covered by iiiHiiriinco W M Jones sold la6t wejk47hoje weighing 120 lbs for -150 K P Mooro bought 35 feed ers lat weok at 3 cents N M Town Advance Iteports from the fruitgrowing sec tions of Now York way that iu tho main trees and vines wintered well and that for tho most part tho recent cold weather damaged only tho poach crop t Salos of lots of lambs at threo dol lars and a half per head Guessed oft at from 70 to 80 pounds lledd 13ro are buying Btock hogs at 450 per hundred A good demand for horses and mules for fanning purpos es and good saddlcrsin active demand at from 125 to 200 Redd Uro bought of Georgo Powof Scott four teen head of butcher cattle at 4J cents Mr Robert Prewitt near Athens sold to Ed Browning Jr of Pinegrove a farm of one hundred and seven acres at 70 per aero It is good land -and in a good neighborhood Lex ington G...

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. — 17 April 1894

Ll I- V Mr- K j ijfc flw if i MTf VOL IY Redaction Sale To make Room for Spring Stock of QDEENSWARE 7A if l N v A fPOlanite Will offer reduc ed prices on their entire stock o f QUEENSWARE th rough 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 WeAre Not offering inferior goods at cheap prices but will sell first class s goods at from 10 to 25 per cent less than you can buy them else where Take Advantage ofthis opportun ity and supply your table with nice ware Accept our offerings be happy and wear diamonds Remember from Hard 1st to Auril 1st rare of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury As mercury will surely destroy the ponso of Braoll and completely derange the whole Bystem when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should not bo used oxcopt on prescriptions from reputablo physi cians as tho damago thoy will ...

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. — 17 April 1894

P u TPW PpiiiPp r THE ADVOCATE It is said that South Africa last year 20000000 from its gave a profit of goldmines ami 7750000 from its diamonds The avcrauo weight of twenty thou sand moil and wonion wciglied at Bos ton whs men 14 1 pounds women 121 pounds Endurance is the present preroga tive ot women enabling the gentlest to miller what would causo torror to manhood Wicland Humbolt describes an oak tree which lie saw in Franco ninety feet in circumfeionco at the base and estima ted to bo two thousand years old Handkerchiefs were first made for market at Paisley Scotland in 1743 Last year it is computed that 80000 000 dozen were sold in tho Unitid States - Tho cave animals of North America according to Prof A S Packard of Brown University comprise 172 spe cies of blind creatures nearly alt of which aro mostly white in color In tho tanning industry electricity is beginning to play an important part Tho largest tannery in Switzerland will soon be reconstructed and enlarg ed for the p...

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. — 17 April 1894

t h M - A V fl Imi Jk1 The Western Union Telegraph Com pany has now 190000 miles of polo dltiefe and cables with 770000 miles of wire in use It has 21000 telegraph 5L offices with 40000 omployoos tnitted last year noarlv 70000000 messages oarnod last year 25000000 A member of tho Royal logical society has experimented oi the i -size of raindrops which vary from a -speck so small as to be almost invUiblo - -up to tho diametor of two inches Drops of iho same sizo do notjjalways contain tho samo amount of water Some of tho largest dropa aroj hollow h Have you had your now house in jured Mrs Dwight Yes Your husband is afraid of fire then Mercy ves ho will leave the house SJL fcay time before ho will make one j Chicago Inter Ocean Takes work Nowadays You nig gors says Uncle Mose dat tlnks you is gwino to git up dem golden stairs widout climbin an climbin halul is mighty much mistakencd I des want to tell you right now dat do yol Servator is stopped runuin ebor since do days ob olo Lijah ...

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. — 17 April 1894

w a- k TV Vo aro authorizudto annouueo Matt C Clay as a caudidato for Constable of tho Mt Sterling Magisterial Dis trict subject to tho action of tho Dom ocratic party Col William O Bradley eaya In will mako the raco for Governor 3 the Hopublicans want him to do so Tho Domocrutic Conimitio of Madi son county has ordered a primal election to be held May 18 to nami candidates for county offices to b voted for at tho November election Republicans Rejoice Tho Republicans of the Now Yort Legislaturo manilcst their apprecia tion of Hills speech in tho Senate i tills way His masterly arraign incut of tho foroign policy of tho prec uut Adihinistration his exposition o tho iniquitous incomo tax ot tho Wil son bill and his denunciation of tl un Amorlcan features of tho prcson tariff legislation aro entitled to th thanks of this body In trying to explain tho profouw impression made by Mis Pollard as i witness an impression which has no been iij tho least degreo woakened bj the testimony or the...

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. — 17 April 1894

Xt 4 Hi I jlf t The largest bK w u w it v ana oesc 4 Companies are in Hoffmans Office I- A Insure with him r and you will be sure of protection tifttfyV The best is not too good for our citizens Therefore they should be sure to get the best i Born on tlio 4th instant to Elder J BGreonwado and wlto Grayson Ky 80n Counterfeit dollars of good flnlBh and ring arc being circulated about Ash laud Bishop Clay of Lexington is iri the county looking after his farming in terests There was a fine tidoin tho Licking rivQr last vcok and thousands of logs wore taken to market Express Measougor J P Tligsby sU Lawrouceburgrt has boon indicted for cmbozzling 2200 I -- F M Uurst of Millersburg repre senting tho Hurst Homo was in tho city hustling his insuranco business T W Barrow has sold to Caswell Prewitt 45yows anj lambs at 375 and 12 head of good long yearling at 328 per head Tho negroes of Daviess county demand an equal sharo of tho offices Tho negro Republicans are in tho majority in tho county...

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. — 17 April 1894

soMe day I know not when tho day shall bo I know not whom our eyes may meet What welcome you may bIvo to mo Or will your wonts bo sad or sweet Jt may not bo till years have passed Till oyes are dim and tresses gray The world Is wide but loo at last Our hands our hearts must meet some day THE MATCH LIGHTER When tho pretty Margarita was confronted with tho necessity of choosing between her two lovers Don Miguel Gomez tho rich over scor of tho San Adrian mine and Manuel Campos the poor miner sho unhesitatingly choso tho latter for somothing within her whispered Of what good is money without happiness Riches fly away hut a a good heart cheers us all along the journey On -the day of tho wedding Don Gomez tho rejected becnino intoxi cated with tho spirit of revenge Forthwith ho proceeded to tho homo of Juan Pedraza to whom ho offered a position in the galera of tho mine at 20 aweek if ho would follow tho happy bridegroom some evening as ho camo down the mountain and push him over tho prec...

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. — 17 April 1894

r A V Q i h A mA t M v II h THE ADVOCATE w FOR JAILEIt X COUNTS ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements for county ofllcos 5 caclitd accompany tho order Coin municationa in tho interest ot candid ates 10 conts per lino 81IEHIFF Wo aro authorized to announce Rich ard II Hunt as a candidate- for Sheriff otAIontgotnory county subject to tho action of tho Domoorati part Wo aro authorized to announce Wm Slndd as a candidate for Sheriff of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce J C B Gillispio a candidato for Shoriffof Montgomery county subject to the action of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to aunounco Joo 0 Turloy as a candidate tor Jailor of county subject to tho ac tion of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce Joseph M Smith as candidato for Jailer of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce T M Leach as a candidato for Jailor of Montgomery county subject to tho action ...

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. — 17 April 1894

THE ADVOCATE Andy English shipped a car load of horses to Pittsburg yesterday Born on Spencer 12lnst to James Powers and wife a 15 lb daughter m A franchiBO has been granted the Lancaster Ice Light and Wator Com pany Luclou Uridgcforth sold to Carson and Turloy 25 hogs 4c average 176 pounds Walter Crooks sold Monday to Wil liam Potors a nice saddle maro for 115 The Animal goes to Missouri The Little Helpers of the Baptist church gavo a very pleasant entertain ment Sunday afternoon and had a nice contribution for missions i Confederate Vetororans Reunion at Birmingham Alabama April 25 and 26 For full particulars notes of faro slcoping car accommodations and etc write to Capt John Boyd Lexington Ky Wo are indobted to Hon M C Lisle our present Congress for a handsome cloth bound book contain ing momorial addresses on the life and character of tho lalo Hon John M Kendall who diod on February i 1893 at his post of duty in Washing ton Senator Zebulon B Vance of North Carolina died at his ...

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. — 24 April 1894

i Reduction Salo To make Room for Spring Stock of K QUEENSWARE P 1 v vj1 iff mm Remember from Marcb 1st to April 1st fPOldhinCo Will offer reduc ed prices on their entire stock o f QUEENSWARE through the month of March Prices will tfe 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 frpm io to 25 per cent less than you can buy them else where Take Advantage of this opportun ity and supply your table witn nice ware Accept our offerings be happy and wear diamonds rJeware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury As mercury will surely destroy the sonso of smoll and completely dorango tho whole system when entering it through tho mucous surfaces Such articles should not bo used oxcopt ou prescriptions from reputable physi cians as tho damago thoy will do is W ton fold to tho good you...

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. — 24 April 1894

J Vr TCPfwurp V Mr jprjnJF THE ADVOCATE The University of Oxford in Eng land lias tlio roputation ol hiving beer founded by King Alfred in 972 A certain Mr Henry an Amoriccn living in Franco has succeeded in making a clock entirely of pappr which will run two years withoii wearing out Mankind h always happier for hav ing been made happy If you inaki them nappy now you will mako then thrice happy tweutv years honco in the memory of it Sidney Smith General Henry W Slocum a dis tinguished officer in tlio war botweoi tho States and a prouiiuent Democrat ic politician died at his homo h Brooklyn New York at noon Satur day Fish balanco themselves m watci by tho muscular contraction of the ail bladders At death the muscles relax and the air bladder expands with tin result that tho fish Is thrown on ont sido and rises to tho surface During tho reign of Henry VIII 71400 persons were legally executed in England tho larger portion ol whom were guilty of no offbnso worse than misdemeanor In one...

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. — 24 April 1894

N w n y THE ADVOCATE si i Jk 0 MILLER In Europe there aro 616400 insauo in the United States 168000 Clouds aro on the averago about flyo Hundred yards in thickness Tho largest apes havo only sixteen ouuccsof brain tho lowest men havo Franco hasmort persons over sixty yoars of ago than auy othor eouui Irolaud comes next All tho glaciers in tho Alps would not equal ono of tho largest in our Ter ritory of Alaska Tho amount ot air that a man will inhale in twenty four hours will fill fioventy oight hogs heads And weigh ilfty thrco pounds A scientist who has investigated the matter states that the men who aro employed in tho Paris sowers aro as healthy as tho avorago person and no eight hundred mon in that city are so freo from zymotic diseases - 1 1 m Saccharino has a rival A now sub stance called valziu is now being manufactured in Borliu uudor a pat ent and it is claimed to bo two hun dred times sweeter than sugar and free from tho objectionable properties of saccharino It is only of ...

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. — 24 April 1894

r a ADOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY TUESDAY AVmifa 1801 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress Wo aro authorized to announce Hon Marcus C Lisle of Clark coun ty as a cauditato for Congress in thU the Tenth District to succeed himself sublet to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announco Hon Jo M ICendall of Floyd county as candidato for Congress from the Tenth District subject to the action of the Democratic party Vo aro autliorizedto announco Matt C Clay as a candidate for Constable of tho Mt Sterling Magisterial Dis trict subject to tho action of tho Dem ocratic party It is said the Hon SV C Owens wants nn early primary to select a candidate for Congress in the Ash land district Ho is afraid Willie will grow in strength The Democratic Committco of Montgomery county will meet at the Court Houso in Mt Sterling on Sat urday April 28 1891 at 2 oclock p m II R FltEXCH Chairman The South Carolina Supremo Court through Chief Justice Mclvcr has de clared tho State Dispensary Law un co...

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. — 24 April 1894

H 1 j i - fc lK - JJ JPIaj P Av 4 XLaJL ti The best is not too good for bur citizens- Therefore they should be sure to get the best The largest and best Companies are in Hoffmans Office Insure with him and you will be sure of protection Tho framo work of tho cottago of John B Phipps is about complotcd Ills cottago will 10 a beauty - J Will Clay and family havo moved in to tho Dr Ilaydon property -corner of Sycamoro and High streets Thcwifo of Kentuckys default ing Treasurer James W Tate died at Frankfort Grief is said to bo the cause Eldorll D Clark pastor of tho Christian church will exchange pul pits with Eldpr J L Darsie ot salllcs next Lords day Tho Oil and Gas Company will bc jgiu siuking a well to day on Sponcor where tho great flow ot gas was dis covered about a half century ago Tho verdict in tho case of Common wealth against Honry Bowling chavged with tho killing of Seo Brown was a ompromiseThe jury fixed tho punish 1 ment at 10 years iu tho penitontiary A Some young man fr...

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. — 24 April 1894

II s K -4 K Twrnr1 nWi Stono Carving A street sight that interests peoplo is the carving of the ornamental work of the fronts of buildings in course of construction Much inoro stono is i used in buildings now than formerly and much moro carving is done and a great deal of it is of a much moro olaborato character Ono firm of cut etono contractors in this city employs moro than BO stone carvers Somo stono carving is still done in the yard but a largo proportion of it is done after the stono is in place in tho building Tho cost is about tho same but it appears to bo tho fashion now adays to carvo tho stono after it is in place and on largo jobs it makes a great saving of time Models o tho carvings are made at tho stonecutters yard by an export modolor and stono carver from tho drawings of tho architect These models are made first in clay for tho architects inspection They are thon cast in plastor Tho plaster model stands near the carver in tho yard or lies near him upon tho scaffold on...

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. — 24 April 1894

R sjK r h THE ADVOCATE ht COUNTr ASTNOUNOEMENTS Announcomonts for county ofllcos 5 each to accompany the order Com munications in tho interest ot candid ates 10 conta por lino SHERIFF W nen nntlinpfonrl in n iiiiminoft ard II Hunt as a candidate for Shoriff otMontgomory county suojcci io uio action of Uio Democrat part r wo are auuiuncu iu unuuuuw Wm RtnLl na n niinrtirlnto for Shoriff A i jf y i of Montgomery county subject to uio action of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to aunounco T C B Gillispio a candidato for Shoriff of Montgomery county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party FOR JAILER Wo are authorized to announce Joe C Turloy as a candidato lor Jailor of Montgomery county subject to 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 Loach as a candidate for Jailor of Montgomery county7 subject to tho action...

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. — 24 April 1894

-1 - - THE ADVOCATE Kidd and Judy bought of J C Gaitskill 52 head of fat hojs averaging 3 10 lbs at H37b At Nashville Tonn Thomas llam scy propriotor of a saloon shot and killed lliley Foreman and Thomas Fa gan in his place Itamsoy tiring from behind tho bar and using a double barrel shotgun Foreman and Fugan were under the influence- of liquor and Foreman interfered iu n quarrcll that was going on At Unrboursville Nellie Miracle aged 13 years who was married to William Miracle aged 19 ears last February and who was dc sorted by her husband shortly afterward swore out a warrant against him and Green and Hell Detherage charging them with criminal assault and complicity She showed signs of violence on her person Tho best salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers salt rheum fever sores tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay re quired It is guaranteed to give per fect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box ...

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