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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 26 May 1891

fir r v w r j i i s i x JT v 3W posits as would havo been tho case elsewhere and they can bo seen and examined in all their glory I have heard that in Southern thermometer rises to 127 do gices and that Persia is the hottest spot on earth This is not true In Tnly 1883 1 worked my party in the field iu Death Valley with the ther mometer at 130 degrees in the shade For two days and two nights in that same month the lowest point reached by the thermometer was 101 degrees Ialirciilinit The reason we survived is bpcau e the humidity is very low o 3 T r I m zs s ztif A Tx ffiMDVOCATE H JHE VALLEY OF DEATH A Btu ren Land FrlBhtfutly Hot find Fullipf Snakes How It Got Ita Namo TlKrncrriblo experiences of Frof Thdoro S Palmer in the scorched smls of Death Valley California aB VtoUFln Iho Times last Thursday lias Eftrouscd much interest in that unsa vory country the great sterility of hich so nearly cost tho young ploicr his life It is well named Death Valley In 1850 a party of thirty pioneer...

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. — 26 May 1891

w R iV i 8 i rr THE- ADVOCATE i i tffiB Mi fflfiiTu HAftRls MASON Proprietors TTffT - MWbTKUMNG TUKSDAYMAYSO IS91 iii lOH 1KKSIDENT GROVER CLEVELAND Of cv York FOlt VICE - 1RESIDENT JOHN G CARLISLE Of Kentucky ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo are authorized to announce J 11 Thomas as a candidate to represent this Legislative district composed of the counties ot Montgomery Powell Mcnefee and Wolfe subject to the ac tion of tho Democratic partv Elec tion August lSJl ron cutcuiT court clerk HENRY R BRIGHT of Montgomery County FOR SHERIFF JOHN C RICHARDSON of Montgomery County Auditor - - Treasurer Register - r Of Wolfe t t Goyekwr John Young - - - Brown Liur Governor - Mitchell Alfoiiii Of Fayette Attorney Gen - - W J IIenIjKick OlTleining - L C Norman Of Boone II S Hale Of Mason G B Swango Suit Instruction- - E P Thompson Of Owen Clerk Court Appeals - A Addams Of Harrison The latest reports say Secretary Blaine is very much improved Dctectivo D G OMalley of New Orleans mob notoriety is said to be und...

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. — 26 May 1891

IF ft l w nr r yfcjto THE ADVOCATE Sg jytjbtfiM RATES Onorcnr tn advance 1 00 Aflcr til co months 1 5S After six months 1 so Dr II C Kohoo uses tho Pratt system In treating plies fistula and all chronl diseases Mrs Smith Suiter of Mcncfco coitniy -vas bitten by a rattlesnake tho past week and at tho timo or our latest information her condition was critical Married at tho residence of Esquiro Win banner on Thursday May 21st Miss Fannie Martin and Mi Gcorgo Willoughby Bev B 11 Ensor offici ating Wednesday the 27th is tho day ap pointed for tho great Masonic ro union at Frankfort Elegant souvenir in vitations havo becu issued throughout tho State Xows comes to us that Eli Blevins of Bath county was killed by a tree falling on him lie had cut tho tree and it had lodged against another In dislodging it he was caught by the falling timber and his neck broken The people in tho neighborhood of Lancaster havo been greatly excited for the past few days y tho appear ance of wild lunatic lie is...

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. — 26 May 1891

ft v -- f V S99 WE ADVOCATE NEWS OF THE WEEK Thomas Davitt who foil from tho roof of Pad Vio Ilotpl died at tho City Hospital Slovo Elkins donic3 that ho is in terested in tho contract with tho Gov ernment for taking seals Tho convention of strikers in tho Pennsylvania coko region voted unani mously to continue tho Mriko The Louisana Supremo Court has refused a rehearing in tho lottery maudamus case One man was killed and four others seriously injured by tho falling in of a roof at St Louis Ninety members of tho English House of Commons aro suffering from tho prevailing epidemic influenza Tho American a Republican paper published at Hopkinsville was sold last week to satisfy a claim Tho damago to growing crop9 in Northern Texas by tho hail storm last week it is said will reach half a mill ion Ono man was latally and sovon se riously hurt iu a riot of street car strikers at Grand Itapids Mich Tues l day Joseph Pattou a switchman in tho vards at East Louisville was run down by a caboo...

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. — 26 May 1891

n f i V 1 - THE ADVOCATE 8olnflfio a sometimes iasl of cool and Industrial A largo sharks head nl tho ltoyil JLItItJLSrvicQ Institution lias a histo ry ol us own This shark was cap tured by Lieutenant Futon 11 N while cruising in the West Indies A bundle of papers found on opening tho shark proved to Lclong to an American brig tho Nancy which had been overhauled by another British man-of-war and sacrificed her papers to escape condemnation as a lawful prlzo to tho British ship They wore swallowed by tho sharkj and ultimately led to tho condemnation of tho Nancy and another vessel tho Christopher Changes in the TEititESTittAij Axis At tho autuminiieetlng of tho Intdr uational Ccnferonco on Degree Meas urement hold at Freiburg it was re ported that n scries of simultaneous observations carried ou at Berlin Strasburg and Prague showed that a decrcaso in latitude was in progress at least in Middle Europe and a sim ilar phenomenon had been noted in other places in Europe This implied an ...

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. — 26 May 1891

rtV w Mfe r JS se ffW fi fe 4 J 1 t 4 BJ l E- S tS Vfc s XfO -- iBHE ADVOCATE The Human Voice jJPI Gorman family emigrated from tUo Fatherland to this country and ssettled in Mlhvaukcc Tlie oldest fSoy In liis teen concluded lio would marl out for himself Finally lio sin ought up in Now York City and soon spent all tho money the old man had given him Then ho wrote his father this kind of an appeal Dear Father I am sick and lonely without a singlo cent Send mo some money quick Your sou John Now tho father was illiterate and could not read so ho went to a strap nlntr butcher and asked him to read the letter Tho butcher had a gruff way of reading and a loud voice When ho finished reading Johns let ter tho father was furious and de clared ho would not send a penny even if tho boy starved to death IIo had never heard of such an impudent demand for money On his way homo tho father thought the butcher might have made a mistake in read ing and a desire to hear tho letter road asain overcame...

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. — 2 June 1891

ti m r c rTvf41 JL JL a JL m a J i - G 1 w YOIi 1 Court Directory Mt Sterllnr Kv i CIBOUIT COiniT Jddob John K Cobrsit presiding Third Monday May arid Iho Fourth Monday In November COURT OP COMUOU MBA8 Judob T J Scoir presiding Third Monday In September and March MONTdOHKRV QUABTKBLY COURT Jcdob Lbwis AtpersOm vicsidlug Tuesday af ter Third Monday in January April July and October county court Third Monday of each month MT STERLING CITY COURT CIVIL BRANCH Judob James W Groves presiding First Sat urday In each month Professional If JAUNETT Will practice In ttio Courts of Kentucky nit CIIA B DUEUSOX w PhvAlcfan and Suroeon ki iiiai mm Mt Sterling Kr Office Main SL over Yoris A Claytons etoro ItcsidencCf comer of CUr and Mayavitlo streets S KIXU FOKD otjtt Sterling Ky Itcpresents MACK STABLER CO wholesale clothiers Cincinnati i ALLEN Ileal Estate Agent White Oalc Morgan Co Ky I AHAZELRIGG A Attorney-at-law City Atty Offlce Court Street Mt SJerllngkKy 1UDGE AMOS DAVIS U with TAMES BfcAS...

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. — 2 June 1891

i L EC - T 2 t t Av JTW i THE ADVOCATE A KunrVan Tiger ui the cuu iw of the TuikWh grandee reflcidur Hoy who muiricd Mohammed All mttncvous unco ihhui iu iciuiuu in gyi juu iinUJu id caiil a tamo lion 1 usually angj at tho foot r of tho divan wlTflgulj though mild toward- its uMt5untly ferocious to tui iTy hi vis itors Sometimes ho allowed it to - ii u V nof WUlTVp NIUVUK culling ii - as it was about to kill tho w j Mirivfnlins X Tto onvniw wlinn fiovornor of the ft 0j - Delta piqued himself on tho rf Ss Ti itv ami nfiniiliveiicsB of his manner and his entire freedom from Eurcpouii habits and notion During tin period of ills command in the upper country a soldier robbed a pool f INJl tl nl inAtnnn woman oi a muu uuiu iuu wunin not foreseeing tho result laid her complaint befuro tho bey who com manded her to point out tho culprit This being done tho sqldier was or dered to bo laid upon tho ground and his body ripped open Tho milk being found in his stomach the bey paid tho complainan...

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. — 2 June 1891

tf U W yc It- i THE ADVOCATE v fc 2UH m WAS TOO SMAIT CUrJt Whom Hrljchtnea Failed to Impress III Employer on Eieutll avcnuo in tuat mr away region whoro tho olovatcd road is - o high tlrnt passengers in the cars cant heln wlshlne tlioy liod livod d J tor lives an old and stolid German conducts a grocery Until recently ho had 3 clork an agllo youth with a ten dency toward noise both in his talk and costumo IIo was a rather aml ablo youth howovcr and when ono day his decustomed place behind tho counter was found to be no longer ac quainted with him not a fow inquiries vrcro mado in regard to his disappear ance To such questions tho old Ger man responded with a gruff Holnrlch vas bounced and when asked why tills action had boon token would only say IIcLVas too Echmart for dor gro cry pecsness y This enigmatic explanation gavo rise to the gravest suspicions in tho minds of tlo youhg mans acquaintances and tho neighborhood talked gravely about his supposed downfall for some days Then th...

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. — 2 June 1891

r hi r J 1 4 mm VTrTSJi lian J N yHfi4MKtfaiiilAliateMUtt THE ADVOCATE HARRIS MASON PHjtfrletors TM Ml STEHUNG HkskAY itAY M 1S1 KOIt IUKSIDKNT CROVER CLEVELAND Of New Yoik FOR lUESIDEMT JOHN G CARLISLE Of Kentucky ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo arc authorized to announce J It Thomas as a candidate to represent this Legislative district composed of the counties ol Montgomery Powell Meiicfcc ami Woire subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party Elec tion August 1891 FOIl CIUCUIT COUKT CLERK HENRY If BRIGHT of Montgomery County FOIt 8IIEMFP JOHN C RICHARDSON of Montgomery Couuty 1 t Govkrsor John Young Brown - Lict Governor - Mitchell Alford Of Fayette Attorney Gen - - W J Hendrick CTFJeming AuniTon L C Norman Of Boone Treasurer II S Hale Of Graves jvKuisTEit --------G B Swango Of Wolfe Suit Instruction - E P Thompson Of Owen Clerk Court Appeals - A Addams Of Harrison Secretory Blaiuo is about well again He was able to bo out driving on Sunday According to reports from Dela ware the peach crop w...

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. — 2 June 1891

KV W1 r v J fkrUyVili u Tlio Grand Jury adjourned Saturday after having reported 31 indictments TJiojury in tho case of Dick Wools col charged with murder disagreed and woro finally discharged Geo McCormick sodonVcdncsdtiy to Mrs Chas Schacfier a houso and lot on Howard Avcnno for 2750 George McCormick on Thursday sold the John C Wood property on Queen street to Mrs A B Johnson for 1200 A Nashville jury has decided that under tho gamhling act Mrs McTcor could recover 13000 lost hy her hus band in bucket shop spccultations Col A T Wood and Hon Z T Young arc in Frankfort to argue tho case befero tho Court of Appeals in Uio vdbii of Stato vs Barnes appeal from Mcuifco court J L Ovorly of North Middletown has moved to Sharpsburg He bought of Messrs Mason Whilt Greene the Mt Sterling and Sharpsburg stage lino and took possession yesterday Miss Annie Johnson will return from her school at Cincinnati to-morrow evening accompanied by her sis tor Miss Pattio who has boon visiting her for a 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. — 2 June 1891

4 t 1 3 i rtfflE yt JL money nt thi9 point and iu various lo calities throughout ho mountains for tiinber and labor and its operations Jiavohcon of great bonofit to this sec tion from a financial point cf viow Tiio Tlltjct Jr tho business interests of jivat nilsfortune cajj not but bo vm llio powiuio suspen jij tjio com TA iplv Tf THlfDVOCATEr NEWS OF THE WEEK Hoar Admiral S P Carter Is lead in xf Washington JljTlicdluo Farmers Alliance is said r - to Loaftcr Senator Sherman s setup MayorSiiakcspcai 0 says if Consul Cprlocojnesback loXcw Orleans ho wjlfbullfcdout H Senator Call was rc clcctod by the Florida Legislation ou Tuesday after a Jong contest A strong eftoil was nufao to defeat him but without avail Pernio lvania is to havo a now Con stitution A bill has passed both holism providing for the calling of a Vt Convention to make one At KirmanvHle Christian county Frank Oalin a fariner while drinking got into a diflluulty with John Ed ward the town irarshal and was shot by him Th...

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. — 2 June 1891

Ljt HV v THE ADVOCATE Down the Potomac V I II I Ml bnooF tha pldasanleet Iriptf out of WftHuigton and ono which should by no means ho passed by for lack of time is tlit Journey down the Potomac to Fortress Monroe Thcro have lately been added to the river service two as handsome boats as can bo found in American waters Tho state rooms aro models of comfort and every appoint ment is of Iho most sumptuous sort It Jjrtft a yomy persoi perfect night when tho aim l uetooic ourselves and our modest belongings to ono of theso floating palaces for an all nights voyage down tho sea Tho full moon with every feail set wa cleaving her noiseless passago through tho sky a few torn thunder caps for tho day had boon oppressively hot for April crouched along tho horizon and the ii voi banks were vocal with mysteri ous voices of night birds and trilling frogs The channel was so narrow in many i places that as the big boat swirlcA by wo could hoar tho swish of boughs and tho whir of startlcti wings on ...

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. — 2 June 1891

Jtf 4 J fer br tV flr J If HI s T from o w r f 1 8 rw rs 4r lax -- TH MbVOCATE i tC -- trtaVclntrWhlto Elephants DavWjk Thomas was for twelve yearSis agent for 1 T Burntims sliowjifauil probably few who have bcenvconncctcd with tho great show iiianLavo hud a better chanco to see Mr Barnum in his daily life and busi ness cat ecr tliau Mr Thomas Fwas press agent for Mr Barnum from 1872 until 1884 said Mr Thom a3iand during that time 1 had prob ably moro to do with Mr Baruum than any of his other agents for the reason thai I kept right along Avith the show while the others wero usu ally ahead The great white elephant war in Philadelphia was ono of the greatest things that Mr Baruum ever had ou his hands It was in 1883 and both Barmmi and Forcpaugh were billed to exhibit in Philadelphia about the same time Barnum had a genu ine white elephant from Siam and Forcpaugh had ono ho advertised as the only white elephant in tho coun try but wo know it was not a genu ine one Well ho war waxed h...

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. — 9 June 1891

f E k THE MT STERLING yDVOCAT yoii 1 Court Directory circuit counr Jotmie John K Cooi kii presiding Third Monday Hay ami tho Fourth Monday In No ember COUBT OP COMMON PLEAS JUOK T J Scott presiding Third Monday In September and March MONTOOHKRY QUARTERLY COURT Jpnon Tbwik ArrEBSON pruldlnir Tuesday at tcr Third Monday In January April July and October COUNTY COURT Thlid Monday of each month MT BfEWlNH CITY COUBT CIVIL DRAKCII Jitimi James W CJuovkb presiding First Sat- unlay In each month Professional m J AUNFTT Bnlycm llle Ky Will practice In tho COiutsof Kentucky D 1UCHASHDUKKSON MbStcflhiaKr A t Kcshlcncc comer of Clay nnd Mayavillo streets 1 ICING FOItl of Mt Staling Ky Ui Keprcsents - MACK STADLEtt CO WHOLESALE CLOTIItKIt8 Cincinnati o G B ALLEN Ileal Estate Agent Wlilto Oak Morgan Co Ky A City Atty Offlce Court Street Mt Storllng Ky 1U11GE AMOS DAVIS U W1TII 1IETTMAX BltOS CO Manufacturers ot CLOTHING 00 West leai 1 S t Cincinnati 0 -v MSTjlcr Utwla Appeioon ipYLEIt APPERSOX 1...

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. — 9 June 1891

r m j 2 IjJtlLUkV fAHHIUCKV Iwlimia THE ADVOCATE A LIT o That Told Thirty five years ago tlio region about the London docks contained as largo a heathen population as any dis trict in Afilra Lack of tho huge Warehouses were innumerable courts and alleys filled with fog and dirt and ovory horror of sight and sound and smell It was a rendezvous for the lowest types of humanity -The wealthy and influential classes in this settlement were tho rum sellers and keepers of gambling hells Chil dren wcro born and grow to middle age in theso precincts who had never heard tho name of Christ oxcept in an oath Thirty thousand souls were in cluded In ono warish here but tho cler gyman never ventured out of the church to teach A young man named Charles Low dcr belonging to an old English fami ly happened to pass through this dis trict just after leaving Oxford His classmates were going into politics or the army or to tho bar full of ambi tion and hope to make a name in the world but Lowder heard as...

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. — 9 June 1891

a a u i t i X i v 1 v A HE ADVOCATE WON IN THE NINTH Walter CautpTelU About s FnmeuTtiiH HogKorThat lie Hails Hack la 8 Of nil galnfee in ylUch 1 have played tho most remarkable for a sudden ro vulslon of fooling yras ono botwoea Ilurvard and Yalo played upon Jarvk Field In Juno of 1883 Yalo wont first to the bat but failed to scoro Harvard followed suit In tho second Inning a muff by tho Har vard flrat baseman followed by tho Ynle catchers making a two bagger lilt gavo Yalo a run Our liappineas was shortlived however for In tho third inning Harvard mado two runs followed by another In tho fifth Yalo bcored ono In tho soventh but Har vard matched it with ono in tho eighth bo that wo began tho ninth with Har vard four to Yaloa two I think we had not tho least hopo of winning I remember feeling as wo camo in for th6 ninth Inning that this defeat would Bottlo our chances of tho cham pionship and thinking of tho crowd of boys who as I knew were sitting on tho Yalo fence awaiting tho now...

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. — 9 June 1891

u VM VWUTijlLT THE ADVOCATE HARRIS MASON Proprietors MT STKllLlKal TUESDAY JUJfB 0 1S91 FOK 1JIESIDENT ORQVER CLEVELAND Of Now Voik j 51OIt VJLE 1ltESIDENT JOHN CI CARLISLE Of Kentucky ANNOUNCEMENTS Vc arc authorized to announce J 31 Thomas as a candidate to represent this Lcirfclativo district of the counties of Montgomery Powell Moncfec and Wolfe subject to the ac tion of the Democratic part v Elec tion August ism FOIl CIItCUIT COURT CLERK HENRY II BRIGHT ot Montgomery County FOR SIlKRIFT JOHN C RICHARDSON of Montgomery County Thomas Bellhousc a Rochcster N Y insurance agent drowned himself in a canal Saturday night having previously pawned his wifes Bible - -and devoted tho proceeds to payiiisr up an insurance policy An attempt to shoot Rev Clark WW il rn t n r oi jHioiur ui mu xiumuilL yitst Now York - 1 n3 jiiiuu Quuuiiuy uiiuiiiouu U beggar whom tho minister had JVC red to be a fraud learly the whole of Northern Italy i shaken by an earthquake Sunday i winter of tho disturbanc...

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. — 9 June 1891

w Zh J3T iJK a v r I JU 1 Jl WVo rr aoou and P McNamava attended the I H Bros Wholesale Groccrs y4li41tPtyfitiftttt4ttitt 4iffiUlitmt1t1tl Dr J K ICutncwaky is located on ilio Oon Dick Williams place and will attend to nil calls tf J II Roberts and family rented Iho properly of Wm Roach onWinn Street and moved into it on Friday clast Joel Feslor and George- A Whitney went to Lexington yesterday to solicit snbscriplion8 td the Fair and Trotting Association A number of sovero hailstorms are reported to us from the different neighborhoods of this and surround ing couUics within the last few days No damage reported Gen Lew Wallace announces that ho is not a candidate for ho Republi can nomination for Governor and that upon no condition would ho accept it Krho Iluntingburg Bank of ingburg Ind has failed The cash- r permitted depositors to overdraw about ij40000 aud these losses caused Iho directors to closo the doors F G Biodic of Louisville General Manager of the Mercantile Mutual Accid...

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. — 9 June 1891

m i f 4 X V x 6 J THE ADVOCATE ANOTHER PflOVERB EXPLODED f 2otU Lore Shining Mark U G- orally Take Very Ioor Alu They had been discussing tho death of a prominent member of tho bar and the lawyer remarked with a sigh Well Death loves a shining mark1 Nonsense retorted the doctor Thero is about as much truth in that eaying as in Death is no respecter of poisons Study your history and youll And that If Death loves a shining mark ho is ono of tlio worst marksmen In tho world Look up statistics and youll find that ho gives tho rich overy favor Theres Gladstono Bismarck and Blaine What a trio to ahoot at if ho had any confidence in his marksman chip I All thrco havo boon slilnlng marks for years and ho has never oven winged them And whats tho matter with Von Moltko Pope Loo and Queen Victoria Theyre all old but death has liardly touched them And Han nibal llamlinl As hale and hearty as n man of his years can be If you stop and think a moment you can add a scoro of names to thoso I havo gi...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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