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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 July 1894

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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 July 1894

i I it I i Jk ft Si THE ADVOCATE Old papors for salo at this ofllco Ohjowolor showmo your dainti est ring llavo you ono that is lit for my dar ling to wear A princess is sho though no daugh ter of king All her crown is tho wealth of her gold brown hair A diamond llor eyes would out Bplondor its glow Too glaring and staring by far for my qucon An opal Too ficklo An amethyst Ko - Her blue eyes arc bluer than auy i 1vo scon K l A ruby Her lips have outwitted us there No ruby would match with tho red of their wino A boryl Us fair as tho seas breast is fair But sho is still fairer this darling of mine A topaz that caught from tho sun as it ran Tho gold aud tho glow of its glitter ing sheon It should only bo worn by a mas terful man And she is a womanly woman my qucon A pearl It is pure as tho soul in her oyes And fair as tho foam of tho crested waves curl It is heavens own typo of tho peace abora price Ill wed my white lily of love with a poarl Marjorio Moore A Word to Campers- A holiday...

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 July 1894

n V M mf ii - j 1 1 vv Ur T gsssw h h T jr1 - l pfP HHXW YCRK BUTCtfE CART frettf Tv Wheeler Tl fir1NewlYorl butcher cart Wm WriHiiiMaKdgb fekesf sbdUfc tho y9ii888 by Quinby JKipp who bcr 3uk Inter a well known wagon and drtuiiaor It 1vas rather largor Suai the present style of cart its lidw and eodv ilaredsomewliatfrom tho floor it Iliad a wooden axle arid it was vritliout springs Butchor parti wtfe pndo in this stylo for1 about eight years but not very many were made for not very many wero wedod In those days tho city was very triuch ainallorj and tho butcher busi ng was conducted very differently 11 was confined to markets Every butchor kkilled liisself and tho carts were very largely used in carrying-meat fromtho slaughter houso to toe market Thero wero no do liferies except to hotels and board ing houses As tho city grow and people lived farther away from tho market they Kuld no longer economically carry home their meat in baskets as they Jiad dono About 1840 meat shops starte...

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 July 1894

IV L it i E H J ML i - I 7 iin w fc IfK IV If A V -- iDOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday July 3 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress Wo aro authorized to annnnnco Hon Vo M Kendall of Floyd county as caudidato for Congress from tho Tonth District subject to tho actionbf the Democratic party Wo aro authorized to annouueo Col A W Hamilton of Montgomery an a candidate for Congress from this Tho Tcinn Congressional District iiWp to tho action of tho Democrat ic Party Wo aro authorized to anuouiicb 0 B Hill of Bcattyville as a candidate lor Congress trom tho Tenth uongrcs sional District subject to the action of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce Judge W M Beckner as a candidal o for Congress from tho Tenth Con gressional District subject to tho ac tion of tho Democracy For Railroad Commissioner Wo are authorized to announce John C Wood as a candidato for Rail voad Commissioner for tho Eastern District of Kentucky subject to the action of tho Republican party On account of the d...

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. — 10 July 1894

iXTt i k hi fth HI hs oSli f Bright active business men take Life Insurance pay for the policy and put it away without ex amination Have you ever read your Policy Contract TIE HTIOKM LIFE 1NSURRMGE CO yVill furnish on applica tion a Specimen Policy made out at your present age with Cash Paid Up and Extension Values endorsed thereon vJtrTTrn -WATT Im v j van examine -mm AS at your leisure and so learn what the Company really and -definitely promise to do M for ilftcryou look at it and study it you J will say it is tho best CONTRACT you ever saw W 0 H03TJTMAN Special Agent The K T S and its Annex wiJl Reopen tho first Monday in Sep- teniber 50 tf John C Wood has purchased a donee on Winn Street lot 100 feot front of WWThompson for 1800 jv - ndhas taken possession The Water works Company aro hard at it on tho reservoir Peters informs us that there will bo much moro to do than was at first estimated John Gatowood son of Mrs Jennio Gatowood of Spencer Saturday killed a crano which measur...

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 July 1894

IY fe 1 i 14 NW WWWfftf - THE WIND Dornoth th wind from tho garden fragrant nnd fall of swoet singing Under my trco whcro I sit comoth tho wind to confession Out in the garden abides tho qnocn of tho beautiful roses Her do I love and tonight wooed her with pas sionate singing Told I my love in thoso songs and answor sho gave In her blushes Sho shall bo brldo of tho wfnd tad sho is tho queen or tno rososi Wind thero is spice in thrhreath thy rap turo bath rragranoe bablanl Straight from my weeing I come my lips are bodewod with hor kisses My lips and ray song and my heart are drank with tho rapture of loving The wind he loved tho red red roso And ho vooeth his lovo to wed Sweet is his song Tho summer long As ho klsseth her lips so red - And ho rocketk naught of tho rain wrought When tho snmmor of love is sped Cometh the wind from the gardon bitter with sorrow of winter Wipd Is thy lovo song forgot sVioreforo thy dread lamentation1 S ghoth and moanoth tho wind Out of tho desolate gard...

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 July 1894

M r JACK DAWSONS PGRIMAOI J tock Daweon Jived away down In JUm Hoed corn raised chickens awl rjpi4 -I kroln 1 But said that Main was not dekpd For nwn f mastorj and mind And Mid a man of An v soul W4 t Shouldnt vegetate lh such a lrolo t Y Vermonts tho state eays he I wat aq in raise nuttcr m Vermont At butter Ihen Jack tnnls a turn Sllfc fnnnil If tvi 1m wt umrlr irt Mi air hero In Vermonti fays he i is much too rarefied for me No man of enterprise and dajb Who hankers after famo und cash j Will hrowso around the barren peak And grind his nose down to a beak Thceo lillls may soak In snow and sloctf i ill go to Kansas andrnlsa wheat Jackound the weevils In his wheat Would neither parley nor rotrcat Then said Kansas was a place Unsuited to tho human race Hut twas a most delightful state From which to skin anVl emkrate jf To Pallfornla ho escapes jLuuBeiuc9 uutyu iu ruiiuif urapes When his yearly crop was A By a hard premature frost i Jack saldrThls country Is a failure I okip next Mo...

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 July 1894

N h 1 i i kit f I - U jfgji jy Disappointment Isfeltattho promnturo decline of Amer ican wcfrnon Habits of Ufa havo much to do with prevailing1 conditions Their correction will improve coming- gene rations and corrcctivo m6diclnes havo just as much to do with tho present Dr Fenncrs Kidney and Backache Cure is a positive specific in all kidney complaints pravel stone in bladder femalo weakness and Irregularities moth on face etc improves appetite and digestion corrects and restores to normal action all organs of tho body and purifies tho blood AIbo cures headache backache dropsy rheuma tism skin diseases drowsiness sleep lessness dullness and brings freshness and bloom to tho cheek elasticity to the step and cheerfulness and contcnt mont to tho mind If satisfaction not given money refunded Costs nothing to try it lake homo a bottlo to day Louisville Tobacco Market Sales on our market for tho week just closed amount to 1961 hhds with rccoiptB for tho same period 2764 hhds Sales ou our...

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 July 1894

Rl i M i I if i n v 5J r 0 ife MT Wvotuiv Tho 0azoto Publishing Co has ihado its semi annual chaugc this lime MrBohllall ono of its stock holders ami who was formerly connected with tho Gazette has been elected editor and manager Chas C Moore oditor of tho Bluo grass Blade will not bo prosecuted for blasphemy In tho Fayotto Circuit Court Judge Parker sustained tho do raurror filed by Mooros attornoyo vs tho indictment and tho caso was dropped - A now sleeping car company was organized last week at East St Louis III with a capital of 5000000 It is to ba known as tho Continental Palaco Car Company Henry W Polham 1 Clinton of London promises to iloat jjJho bonds in that city Tho new com- KuiHV rtttMHnHnKAii in tin tn nnnADUIn1 irt hU v M m fV j a- fi 1i jpmiy lUUOUB LV Uli IU uyjJuom ho Pullman Company and starts out rlth good chances of success m Tho weakest living creature by con centrating his powers on a single ob ject can accomplsh eoinothing The strongest by disposing of his oyer...

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 July 1894

THE ADVOCATE H Old papors for salo at tills olllco It s always sato to leani ovon from our enemies seldom Bafo to Instruct oven our friends Colton All patriotic citizens will sustain tho President in his onileavor to pro Borvo order It is not a party ques tion but one of patriotism purely Tho present Hotit o of Commous in England consists of G70 monitors 4G1 for Englaud thirty four for Wales 8ovcnty two for Scotland and 103 for Ireland Thero is ono statue ot tho human fig ure with eyelashes It is the sleeping Ariadne one of those belonging to the Vatican It is colossal in size and was found in 1503 Natures that are hardened to evil you shall sooner break than make straight they aro Hko poles that aro crooked and dry there is no attompt tliom Ben Johnson Tho Dominion of Canada has an area of 3157000 squaro milcsand com prises one sixteenth of tho land surface of tne globe It is tho largest of the British possessions Australia tho next in size containing 2914028 squaro miles History m...

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 July 1894

THE ADVOCATE - k - Old papers for solo at this ofllco It Is always sato to learn oven from our enemies seldom pafo to instruct oven our friends Colton All patriotic citizens will sustain tho President in his endeavor to pro sorvo order It is not a party ques tion but ono of patriotism purely I Tho presont Ilouto of Commons in England consists of 670 mombors 461 for Euglaud thirty four for Wales eoventy two for Scotland and 103 for Ireland i Thoro is ono statuo ot tho human fig ure with eyelashes It is tho sleeping Ariadne ono of those belonging to the Vatican It is colossal in size and was found in 1503 Natures that arc hardened to evil you shall sooner break than mako straight they aro Hko poles that aro crooked and dry there is no attompt thora Ben Johnson Tho Dominion of Canada has an area of 3457000 square mile8and com prises one sixteenth of tho land surface of tiie globe It is tho largest of the British possessions Australia tho next in sizo containing 2914628 squaro miles w H...

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 July 1894

ft r P p f v Painters 4000 men inachino wood workers 500 planing mill 800 silver igildera 340 carriago andwagonmakors 700 It is oxpfceted tho labor men say that 1000 molders will strike In tho meautimo continued improve ment in tho railroad situation hero and elsewhere except at Sacramento and r Oakland CaL is noted In tho former fodoral troops wpro landed yesterday but tho state militia stationed on tho water front to cover their landing wero iired on from ambush after tho regulars K liad moved away and a train which it 1 was sought to send to San Francisco un- dor guard of government troops was thrown from a trestle and fired into by ho strikors resulting in tho death oof one of tho onginomou and tho wounding of several soldiers J Tho general public as well as organ Jzod labor is looking forward with marked interest to tho meeting of tho executive board of tho Amoricau of Labor perhaps the most pow erful organization of tho kind in tho -country in this city and its action is ex pe...

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 July 1894

L r i 0 i f ra i fit -v - i BOT MIME OUT The Great Strike Did NotTaks Place LliDXllS N0DISC0URAGED They CtafwThgtAU Will Mo Out by Sat urdiy but ThU is Nat Indicated by Latest Serious Tronblo at i Any Place Except In California Where a Trail Was Wrecked Chicago July 12 Tlio ultimate ef fect of tho uppeftl issued by Grand Mas ter Workman Sovoroign of tho Knights of Labor calling on all knights through out tho country and thoso in sympathy ylth thorn to quit work and tho order issued at about tho saino timo by the representatives of allied labor in Chi cago to do likowiso can not yet bo cer tainly foreseen All that is now definitely known is that tho Knights of Labor at all points lioard from including nearly all of tho largo couters of populations in tho United States remained at work 4ay with practical unanimity and that in this city the number of members of tho allied trades which remained at work so far outnumber thoso who quit as to make no appreciable chaugo in tho Industrial ap...

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 July 1894

r E7E1S1 ADOCATK PPBLISHIKG COHPABY Tuesday July 17 1894 Lfck 4Lc ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress Wo aro authorized to annonnco Hon tfo M Kendall of Floyd county ae candidate for Congress from the Tontli District subject to tho action of tho Domocratio party Wo aro authorized to announco D Connor Lislo of Winchester as a candidate for Congress from the Tenth District to All tho unexpired turm occasioned by thodcathof M C Lisle subject to tho action of tho De mocracy of tho District For Railroad Commissioner Wo aro authorized to announce John C Wood as a candidate for Rail road Commissioner for tho Eastern District of Kentucky subjoct to the fiction of tho Republican party At Frankfort last Friday tho Dem ocratic Committeo of tho Ashland district ordered a primary to bo hold September 15 for tho purpose of se lecting a candidate for Congress Give Kendall a rousing majority To quote from an authority at the Campton Convention One vote may change the destination of the leuislation of a nati...

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 July 1894

I ta HOW MANY Bright active business men take Life Insurance pay for the policy and put it away without ex amination Have you ever read your Policy Contract - THE HATIOSAL LIFE INSURANCE CO Will furnish on applica tion a Specimen Policy made out at your present age with Cash Paid Up and Extension Values 7 endorsed thereon THIS YOU Can examine at your leisure and so learn what the Company really and definitely promise to do for you Aftorjyou look at it and study it you -will say it is tho boat CONTRACT you over saw W 0 HOFFMAN c Special Agent ThoK T S and its Annex will reopen the first Monday in Sep tember 60 tf BASE BALL NOTES Manager Apperson had four games in view for this week but neither of his propositions had heen heard from at this writing The management have done much to secure games for homo grounds this week but it seems that tho most desirable clubs and the very ones that wouloVbo most likely to enter tain our people have previous en gagements or have been slow in accept...

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 July 1894

W CRISIS OR COLLAPSE This Is the Present Condition of the Strike A FEW HOURS WILL DECIDE The 1etleral Moving to Ac compliant That Fur Which Its rowers Were Delegated to It by the People titrlko Leaders Arrested nnd Placed Un der Ilond The Lntcst Strike News Chicago July 11 Slowly but stead ily calmly and certainly as befits tho fiupreino power of a great nation throughout all that wide stretch of its domain whero evil disposed persons aro taking advantago of an exceptional in dustrial condition to incito violonco and bloodshed the federal government is moving to tho accomplishment of that for which its powors wero delegated to it by tho peoplo tho preservation of order and the safety of lifo and prop erty At Chicago in conjunction with tho htuto and tho municipality it has al ready brought peaco out of tho condition of war which provailed last week At San Francisco Sacramento Los Angoles uud various points in Colorado and Washington where tho unruly aro cry ing havoc it has let loos...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 17 July 1894

THE ADVOCATE Merely Debg v Toh he own the Earth f Ormerolytho fJnltcd StRtce of America tf ho does Whcro in thunder did ho got it at And how If he la running tho jovornmont What does ho want to Bidotrack it for Why docs ho desiro to blow The cylindor hoad out of tho constitu tion i And bust a cog in the by laws Did ho ever hear of tho Declaration of Independence I wonder And that all mon arc born With some sort of rights That otliora ought to respect To eomo slight extent Would ho pull tho tail leathers out of ThqAnjgrican Eaglo it it dared to Squaw Icagaiust tho A II U Ho would Or Blug Undo Sam if ho rodo in a Puhlm n lTouiJot What aro wo horo for To submit to Dobs 0r to submit to law If otornal vigilance is tho rice of liberty Whats tho prico of DobiBm Arid how much of it do wo got If wo aro a nation Wo must bo an abomination In tho Debsistio oyo and wo ought to bo ditched Aint that bo -Does ho give a damn for The Union So long as his little Picayuniqu Comes out on top 9 Why doesn...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 17 July 1894

U r mvfflfa Y ijs V 1 r t PTi JWM I - 1 Tr Whether Pasteur and Kochs pecu liar modes of treatment will ultimate ly prevail or not their theory of hlood contaminatiouis the correct onethough not original It was on this theory that Dr J 0 Ayer of Lowell Mass nearly fifty years ago formulated Ayors Sarsaparilla w vm 7A tai cAan ot tho consumptive Is usually takon whbn be goes south Alas how many novcr return alive I Dr Tenners Goldcm Relief taken i In 6 drop doses on a small lump ot sugar onco In two hours xi on It has been stigmatized as a cure olL Tnaws unjust It claims to cure hut one dlseaBO xlz INFLAMMATION But that appearing In so many forms makes a longllst of names It certainly looks llko a big jump from corns and felons to consumption Out each Is Inflammation and Inflammation can no moro thrive under the application of this remedy than potato bugs can under parts green It kills It If no Inflammation then there would bo no consumption arrest It and you arrest tho con sumption M...

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 July 1894

1 1 i if5 f n 1 Vi WV tr rt VW VOL IV THE TARIFF BILL President Cleveland Chairman Wilson and Sontator Hill Washington D C July 20 Editor Advocate The tariff bill Oh whero is it Mr mil nays a theory as well as n condition confrouts us nt present Tho Confeionco Committee on the tariff bill has made Us roport and tho conferees agreed to disagree and Mr Hill iu opening his speech on tho report made use of tho abovo Tho Presidont has written a letter to Chairman Wilson denounc ing tho Sonato job as tin utter failuro oi tho part of tho Sonato to redeem tho pledges of tho Democratic party Mr Hill is dofonding tho Presidents position on frco raw materials Mr Wlaon said in concluding his speech yesterday If it bo true that tho great American sugar trust has grown so strong and so powerful that It says that no tariff bill can pass the Ameri can Congress in which its privileges aro not adequately guarded if I say thatbo true I hopo this IIouso will never cotiBonfto adjourn I hopo whatever tho...

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 July 1894

Ih s M Cv i -1 fe Fiiif LVV Ia R fc it- F v it rJW THE ADVOCATE Tho Prcstdout has approved the bill for tho admission of Utah It is computed that there arc in tho United States 48900 blind aud 33900 deaf mutes Tho Bailey Bill providing for a voluntary bankruptcy law has been passed by tho IIouo An agricultural laborer in India is supposed to receive flvo cents a day but in general his wages aro not bo largo A oromiucuL breeder of hogs who has kopt a caroful record says that for ton years ho has been able to soil stock at an avcrago price of 505 per 100 pounds Farmers Homo Journal London has an annual avcrago rain fall of but twenty five inches Paris twenty two inches Manchester thirty six inches and Edinburgh thirty eight inches while Boston shows forty six inches Now York forty fivo inches Philadelphia forty one inches and Chicago thirty six inches Senator Oeorgo of Mississippi has introduced a joint resolution propos ing anamendmont to tho Constitution providing that eight hours s...

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