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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 24 July 1894

4 iW9 ii CijiufiV fc fiNrriiNTH celntfnFKftVMS fr - OMueon a time i wokmi were the vise Thut clUM rarto the fabled sturdy oak TbrMr Its net the proper tiling Howevw now to cling fAai this tbcoi7a doomed to be a joke iho oak trwa of today Hare- soon a eelHoli vny Of thinking tht t earth 1 theirs alone Th timid treating viae To reseat this doth Incline She -wants a footcrf ground to call her owfiu She know that sh was born The oak tree to adorn iDut all ahe asks are Ugh t and room to grow Did ae the wins dear earth film both Vina and oalc trMtn hlrlhT It Is hard tttltkooaoakbllev61t though Still I shouldnt wonder much If tlite lntly dreamed of touch OftndesendeBcotn a Tine would vet effect l A change lot rnuoh nav mora Than the worlds been looking for p It may do more good than you or I expect 20 ainontnoro in ow York Bun fJOAOTAS EOltfANCK V 3mwlirA T fimfBnvp Truinnn wns in tli A pbrs shop of a stagnant littlo luntry town a place storied enough r a hundred towns small and great o pl...

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 July 1894

in J1 r If f r I i 4 r ADOCATE PUBLISHING COMPLY Tuesday July 24 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress Vo aro authorized to anuouueo Jndgo W M Beckner of Clark Coun ty as acandidatoforCongresstofill the unexpired term Ills claims are sub ject to tlto action of tho Democracy of the Tenth District Wo aid authorized to announce D Conner Lisle of Winchester as a candidato for Congress from the Tenth District to fill the unexpired term occasioned by tho death of 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 Bail road Commissioner for tho Eastern District of Kentucky subject to the action of the Republican party DEMOCRATIC TICKET Election Tuesday November 6 For Congress HOX JO M KENDALL of Floyd county County Ticket- Outinty Judge A B WHITE County Attorney A A IIAZELRIGG County Clerk LUCIEN B GREENE Sheriff Jailer WILLIAM SLEDD J W CIIENAULT Assessor allen Mccormick Coroner GEOHGE c eastix...

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 July 1894

SrsTF fffife3 HK7 mi t ji fe I f3 ih 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 gTflBIITIOML LIFE INSURANCE CO Will furnish on tcon a Specimen roncy made out at your present age with Cash Paid Up and Extension Values endorsed thereon THIS YOU Can examine at your leisure and so learn what the Company really and definitely promise to do for you Aftoryou look at it and study it you will say it is tho best CONTIt ACT J you ever saw W 0 HOFFMAN j Special Agent r ThoK T S and its Annex will rt reopen the first Jiionuay m itember 50tf Aunt Patsy Tread way is still very aick t Born on tho 22 hist to Samuel Turley and wile a son h Jtlandsome line af neckwear at W f51mt n Trimble k Dentons Mr James C Brown continues very -sick at his residonco on High Btreot -1 Lexington has just brought a aiow patent street sweeper at a cost t Mi Ai1vTlinmnKnn a tOod citizen of Bourbon county aged 05 year...

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 July 1894

J Mj a i J -- THAT TfRED FEELING Im tired of Infant prodigies Now toll moi are notyouf Im tired of weather prophecies That always miss thclrcue Im Urcd of buy Inn goods marked down War down tholr cost bolow Of building lots outsorting town That doubio valuo 60 Im tired of ladlos who remain Unmatcd from Bhcor choice Of maids who sing yet plead atu feign To have Indeed no voice Of girls who never novels bay So classical are they Of youth Just home from college high Who knows it all his way Im tired oh havo you never beon Of folks reminding me Their shoes aro ono slzo lanter than They really ought to be Of would bo poets seeking fame Dy harping gentle spring Upon this list stands first tho natno Attached to this crude fling Im tired of seeing ballet twirls By girls whoso sons can Vote Of seeing fluffy golden curls That peroxido denote Of clerks who know before I nsk Tho very thing I want Of would bo friends who ncath th mask Of bluntness hurl tho taunt Im tired of fatal accident By gun...

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 July 1894

Thrsetearthquako shocks wore felt Wednwday mornjng throughout tho HiMisttppl vulloy from St Louis to jwmphig MHE ADVOCATE Orders havo boon -issued for the eaumpfiou of tho colnago of silvor dollars by the mints at Now Orloans and San Francisco Died on Sunday tho 15th inst of -peritonitis on Spruco Crook this eounty tho three-year-old Bon of Grecnbtrry Sponcor In Now York Houry A Taylor a baukor worth about 3000d00 has beu sued by bis wifo for eoparation charging cruelty and abandonment Tho hospitable citizens of Paducah Ky aro making activo preparations for welcoming tho State militia at tho State encampment to be held ih tho suburbsof that place It C Ford of Clay county candi dato for Btato Troasuror claims tho Democrats of tho Seventh Eighth Tenth and Eloveuth Congressional District avo solid for him Tho bill for tho division of Kentucky into two Federal Judicial district was calldd up in tho House last Tuebday but Mr Caruth8 opposition caused it to go over without action Tho Fede...

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 July 1894

l to V a F 1 It r v i W i r iv - 5- V tf V t JM J THE ADVOCATE A wonderful event In such a slato of civilization as ours where merit is sure to bo acknowledged is it a wonder tho factory of Dr Fcnner is worked to its fullest capacity to supply tho medicines that are called after such acknowledgements as tho following como to ho known Wm Fnrquay Stevens Station Ind writes Dr Fcnners Kidney and Backache Cure has cured aman hero with kidnoy and bladder dlseaso whom tho best physicians had given1 up IIo is now well and sound It is regarded hero as a most wonderful event His medicines are all good and glvo great satisfac tion Equally certain In female dis eases rheumatism blood diseases1 headaches dropsy heart disease otc Guaranteed to satisfy or money re funded Take home a bottte to day Tho Missouri Pacific ia discharging alJ of its employes who are members of the Amoiican Railway Union High tetnporntiue and excossivo humidity caused many heat prostra tions in Now York Brooklyn and Bost...

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. — 31 July 1894

J V OIiIV 1 f 0 MT LEFT THE COWL Jt - NAEJEIKLV te J i Vk PTinErctwIiilnTlfnHlrniinvlnmannB w -- - T UUU1CU juumu xiyttiu 7 rt Charlomagno Koehler the former woll known professor of elocution of this city who created a sensa tion by entering a monastery at Gothscraane Ky two years ago was in tho city for the past six weekstiid loft yesterday for Co lumby8 to bo treated for a throat trouble It ikVsaid that ho will not return to the monastery but will engage in his fcrmer profession of teach ing elocution Ho is about 32 yeRjeold and lived with his wid owed mother it 09 Hopkins street He remained in ttja monastery until last winter wnon it seems he became afflicted with a throat trouble from smoking cigarettes in the past He was sent to Colum bus by the order to bo treated by a specialist there and thenivent to Hot SpringB He came back to Cincinnati and has been living with his mother since then It is said that ho has already secured a large number of pupils for a class which ho will s...

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. — 31 July 1894

ir p i V tLV f til V ttfc THE ADVOCATE Itis not a question whether you hnvo a head for theology have you a head for God B Fay Hills - i i i Tho council of tho city Louisvlllo are coii9hloring tho practicability 0 putting tho olectric vires of that city under ground and a committee has boon sent east to investigate tho matter God must bo just Kovorently bo II said that lie lias no choico in regard t being just to all creatures But ho is uot forced to bo merciful to any 0110 Ho shows mercy to whom ho will show mercy ho shows jnstico to all m 1 in Discontent is like ink poured into water which fills tho whole fountain full of blackness It casts a cloud over tho mind and renders it moro oc cupied about tho evil which disquiets it than about tho moans of removing it Feltham - v Shutting ones oyes as one goes to wards a precipice does not rcmovo that precipice ono inch Getting angry with tho one who calls out in warning and abusing him for not keeping up with progress docs not make tho pr...

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. — 31 July 1894

Vf - - B ti Wyf f IJ m IS ETWEEN THE UN ANDMOON I hear a j1ovtkb fur away Flaldwwd ftlftglng ge r Sheep iwb are rtesliitf la tho Jay oftljrJk cattlejow I smell grist flowers tho birds aro out Im hasps and must sing Tho bass aro plunging leap the trout i liio orpOK Jfl murmuring Wind ftetn the south a sign of Juck jX drwtmj dawh In Junot j Abo va tho western hilltop stock i JX splinter ottbo moon t My rod It te of cedar ted Aairftgrttnt as a rose MVllno Is liko a spiders throad When down the stream It goes Tho water chills my wading boots And sparkles round my thighs JThe pool below yon tanelod roota Makes faces at my fllos Oh who would not a flshlns go At break of day In June When tho green world is swinging low Between tho sun abd moonl A all ver splash a rlso a rjsel A luneo a sudden strain And then my lino in clrolcs flics Like reeling off a skein A monster that Ml rod Is bont A hoop from butt to tip Will every Joint anon bo shont Ho what a lofty skip Three slorieus things tho tr...

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. — 31 July 1894

I I If v lJ yy if R t B kriyrfaw iDOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday July 24 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress We aro authorized to nnuounco Judge W M BecKnor of Clark Coim tv as a candidate for Congress to fill the unexpired term Ills claims aro sub ject to the notion of tho Democracy of the Tenth District Wo aro authorized to amiounco D Conner Lisle of Winchester as a candidate for Congress from the Tenth District to till the unexpired term occasioned by tho death of M C Lisle subject to the 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 subject to the action of tho Republican party DEMOCRATIC TICKET Election Tuesday November 6 F Congress HON JO M KENDALL of Floyd county County Ticket Oounty Judge A B WHITE County Attorney A A HAZELRIGG County Clerk LUCIENB Sheriff Jailer GREENE WILLIAM SLEDD J W CIIENAULT Assessor allen Mccormick Coroner GEORGE...

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. — 31 July 1894

I tf fcU Wf V IV I IP K HOW MANY Bright active business men take Life Insurance pa for the- policy and put it away without ex amination Have you ever read your Policy Contract THEHATIOHAL LIFE INSURANCE CO Will furnish on ttori a Specimen Policy made out at yourpresent age with Cash Paid Up and Extension Values endorsed thereon THISYOU 7 Can examine at your leisure and so learn what the Company really and definitely promise to do for you After you look at it and study it you will say itistho best CONTRACT you ever saw W 0 HOFFMAN Special Agent TheK T S and its Annex will reopen the lirst Monday in Sep tember 5 tf A heavy rain foil hero Sunday about 7 oclock p m The strike has been declared off in San Francisco Tliero were eight deaths froth heat in New York Sunday threo in Phil adelphia and one in Boston J CTyler W T Tyler and son -John returned from Tut In Bay last TMday They report the largest fruit crop for years Dr A B Stoopes sold his crop of tobacco about 6000 pounds to Waller...

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. — 31 July 1894

u 1 t v n i h lvv n fijy2f1 V a I a i f iv i jr A - ft DREAM TRYST pik Hiff nniyr Tho breaths of kissing night and day Were mlnfed in the etcrr heaven Throbbing with unheard melody Shook Lyra all Us star chord seven When dusk shrank cold and light trod shy And dawns gray eyes wero troubled gray And souls went palely up tho sky And mine to Lucldo Thero was no change In her sweet eyes Slnco last I saw those sweet eyes shine Thero was no chango In her deep heart Since last that deep henrt knocked st ml no Her oyos woro clear her eyes wero Hopes Wherein did ever como and go The sparklo of tho fountain drops From her sweet soul bolow Tho chambers In the house of dreams Aro fed with so divine an air That Tlmos hoar wings grow young therein And thoy who walk thero nro most fair I Joyed for one I Joyed for her Who with the past meet gtnt about Whcro our last kiss still warms tho air Nor can her eyes go out Francis Thompson MAEIQUITA It was far too hot to think of sleep below Tho women of co...

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. — 31 July 1894

I te vm t O - wvmwx rrw Xiv 1 i JTTVJK - HE ADVOCATE n i tl Burning the garbago is tho practice f many cities as a precaution against pidemics cs aro not ovidenco of woaknesa havo takon it without water roland Plain Dealer Love blinds tho oyos of human bo jgs but its a part of a harness that bes tho same services for horses Many a man mtikos a gravo mlstakoJ starting heavenward without a urachuto Cleveland Plain Dealer i m y a Woi oiu to 4i Louisville ilvfcd SKt Francisco for tho biennial convention ot tho North American Cnrnorbundinl89G How strange philosophized 1oinniy Toper i wok a uraugnt RFand it was hot I sat in a draugh t and m it was cold Arkansaw Travo Icr Lawyer Will you answor your husband in his suit for dlvorco Fair Litigant with dignity No sir I wouldnt speak to him for tho world Detroit Tribune t LDaisy What sport it is to go bath- kg in tho bay and feel tho cool sea Dund your waist Bpllc Yes you now tho bay is an arm of tho sea Arkansaw Trayelor Clara I dont sco why ...

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. — 31 July 1894

iU I 1 W f - in t it ft o f t Kif eKza -A CL fci j t - 1 1 - Gtneviie hat had a great day From early morn she chased tho Buck and at dark brouffht him to Imy in tho jence oi tno Hun ters But In tho chaso sho ran a thorn qulto through her paw It has been Extracted A bottle of Dr Fcnners Qolden Rcliof has been poured into a bowl and her paw dipped in it so that every part of the wound is saturated and brought under its iniluence Thero will never be any soreness no swelling no rnatterating no laying up Sho can run again to morrow Is such a remedy worth anything It cures just as readily any freth wound any cut bruise burn scald or old sore Inter nally it cures any colic dyspepsia pain in stomach diarrhoea dysentery or flux Also it cures promptly any sorethroat bronchitis or consumption if lungs not already disorganized In a word it cures any inflammation anywhere and tho disease whatever its name vanishes No inflammation no pain no swelling no disease Could anything bo more simple or sa...

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. — 7 August 1894

I K V i V it v L w 0 l r i WIBp SYCAMORE STREET Should it Bo Extended to Winn -Street And Should it Have a Railroad Grade For more than four years such a proposition has been uudor considera tion Itis tiuo that the city has got ten along without tho property which would have boon opened up by such an extension but what would it have been had this proporty beon open Vhou it was first spoken of there wore thirteen persons who wanted building lota and who would havo built 1S8 than 2000 each or 26000 which t WUIUU I1UVU UUUlt UJIUUIUIVJU uuiuug our working men who would have used it with our divers business mon and besides this tho 26000 togothor with tho other lots which would have been laidofT would havo been asourco of revonuo to tho city honco it would havo boon wjsdom to havo oponed tho street thon At this timo thoro is not so great a domand for building lots but wo knowof live poisons whodesiro building lots threo ot whom would put up improvements at a cost of not less than 15000 ...

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. — 7 August 1894

THE ADVOCATE Governor Rico was renominated by tho Michigan Republicans A cask of gold worth 50000 has been stolon on routo from Now York lo Paris Ex Rolipo Captain Dohorty has changed his mind about oxposing Tammany at Tholiailoy bankruptcy bill has been favorably roportcd to tho Souato by committee Labor unions will not bo allowed to parado In honor of Dobs when ho roturnsf to Chicago California Japs otfor to raise 10000 men and sail to their countrys repcuo whonovcr called upon Tho Striko Commission appointed by President Cleveland will begin its investigation at Chicago August 15 Ex President Harrison will open tho Republican campaign In Indiana in a speech at Indianapoli s in Sep tember ii Senator Camden told tho Sugar Bribery Cornmitteo that if ho ever gave that order for sugar stock ho didnt recollect it The preliminary report of tho Com missioner of Internal Revenue shows that tho internal revenue tax collected in Kentucky last year aggregated 24 30863094 Of tnis largo sum th...

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. — 7 August 1894

r 1 m iMoiaa v GETTING USED TO THE ELEVATED AMtoOterie Trolling That the 8pt tlftMtat VJtfe IUrpt Amaa pn fo sprightly gppd look ing by hpij rodo tho other pvpntog qflovig the shqrt block street between Broadway and 3bcth avenuo going west When he came to tho olbvated railroad in Slxth avonuo thd horso stopped He go undor it Tho man sat there for a moment find then ho wheeled the horpo and came back to about tho jniddlq of tho block There iio wheeledafjcaki and faced west to ward tho elevated and halted and Bat there quietly Two or throe men and Tboys stopped and looked on Presently hp started again and tho horso went long all right -until ho camo to tho olbvated and there once more hoialtckL Thoridor stood thpro for a moment as before and then ho camo back to the middle of ttio block and turned and faced west again This time tho horso -waltzed around a bit and showed sorno inclination to havo things his own way at this end of tho lino too but the rider quickly had him under -contro...

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. — 7 August 1894

APOCATE PUBLISHIMG COMPANY Tuesdayi Aug 7 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress Wo aro authorized to announce Judge W M Becknorof Olark Coun ty as a candidate for Congress to fill tlic ttnoxpircd term His claims aro sub ject to tho action of the Democracy ol tlio Tenth District Wo aro authorized to announco D Connor Lisle of Winchester as u candidate fqr Congress from tho Tenth District to fill the unexpired term occasioned by tho death of M C Lisle subject to tho action of tho Do mocracy of tho District For Railroad Commissioner Wo are authorized to announce John C Wood as a candidate for Rail road Commissioner for tho Eastern District of Kentucky subject to the action of tho Republican party DEMOCRATIC TICKET Election Tuesday November 6 Folt Congress HON JO M KENDALL of Flovd county County Ticket County Judge A BWHITE County Attornoy A A IIAZELRIGG County Clerk LUCIEN B Sheriff Jailer Idar - GREENE WILLIAM SLEDD J W CIIENAULT Assessor allen Mccormick Coronor GEORGE C EASTIX Surveyor J M...

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. — 7 August 1894

P a fit 11 5 f At i t FJV -V THE PLACE To go when you want to buy School Books Tablets School Supplies of every description DrugeMcdicines Fancy Goods Ifino Toilet ar ticles Saaps Perfnmes Brushes Cigars Fine Smoking Tobaccos Paints Oils etc AND TO Have Prescriptions fully and honestly com- pqunded is to THOMAS KEOTTEDjyS The leading Protn Drnguist MT STERLING - - - KY TlicK T S and its Annex will reopen the first Monday in Sep tember BO Jf PERSONAL MENTION Roy Kern spent Sunday at Olym ia Tho Httlobabo of Henry R Prowitt is quite sick Miss Maymo Tucker of Winchester 2ias returned home R A Mitchell was in Louisville last weekou business Higgius Lewis of Loxitigton wub in tho city Wednesday Mr C M Grubhs of Louisville is an tho city ou business Thomas Wolch who has been quite sick is very much improved Mra3V E Allen of Mcintosh Fla we aro sorry to say is quite sick Mr Harry Williams Qf St Louis Mo is visiting Rov Evorotto Gill Messrs Lafcetto Knox and JO Mil ler are in tho mountains ...

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. — 7 August 1894

iS rlsdlns Ycnoinou Snake Altogether about 80 000 persons die each year In India from the bites of tho various snakes I havomentionod nud it is no exaggeration to say that some 60 of Queen Victorias subjects who woro alivo and -well yesterday are today being burned or buried out there as a sequel to these accidents Tho sauia will happen tomorrow and tho next day and at least one death from similar causes may bo expected to occur every half hour between now and the timo that tho readers peruso what I have written Mortality of this magnitudo is a terrible thing though the fact must be remembered that it is distributed among a popu lation four times as large us that of the United States and thus passes to a great extent unnoticed Tho casualties aro confined almost entirely to tho poorer and moro ig norant natives who habitually go about with bare feet for although creatures like tho hamadryas and the echis aro occasionally spoiling for a fight aa a general rule a snake is no more anxio...

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