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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 7 August 1894

m It THE ADVOCATE lw Tho President has signed tho ityo Supply bill the Prosldont has rocognlzed Mo- to Bolorczauo as Consul Gcnoral Ecuador at Itfow York Many a man would carry a burden contontcdly if oftlciouB porsons did not toll htm it was too heavy Milwau koo Journal - Weather Bureau crop roports indi cate that corn in tho Central Valley I if And tho Northwest has beon damaged H Utiiy by tno arouRui The Kentucky Stale Auditor drow warrants on an ompty treasury Thurs day Tho Treasury hopos to bo able to resume paymont by November 1st Tho llopubllcaus of Madison coun ty will nominate a county tickot and hopo to win notwithstanding the county has boon Democratic for forty years The largo frame racing stable at Dover Ky owned by J D Cushman waft destroyed by fire Loss 1500 Tho firo is thought to bo tho work of an incendiary 1 m m Thoro aro fow more disappointing things in lite says tho Manayunk philosopher than a balloon ascension to a man with a stiff neck Phila delphia Record He D...

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. — 7 August 1894

i I PW i r flu The great need of arathe aoe It is nob Uhe diicoterv of a mcdtcino that will euro nil kid noy diseases lame soro or aching hacks that will euro all femalo diseases restoring Amcri can woman phyticatly to tho high piano in civilization sho occupies intellectually morally and socially giving tone to her muscles elasticity to her step a glow of health to her check and sweetness to her dispo sition nor that will purify tho blood curing all skin eruptions scrofula rheu matism dropsy heart diseases head ache and nervous languor No that is not what is needed for that is already done The medicine has long been dis covered It is Dr Fcnncrs kidney and Backache Cure But what is wanted is a univertal knowledge of the act And that is just why this article is written to give knowledge of the fact Dr Fenner knows it will do these things for he has cold it for 20 years money refunded if satisfaction not given It will not de ceive or disappoint just expectations Take a bottle home to ...

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. — 14 August 1894

gat 1 iSMv pL I M SX K I W y k 8 T S 1 KlvJL 115 iSWI v I L Mt 3 f W 1 1 if JVfc5p F BAIE BALI Our team returned last Friday from a threo days trip They played at Paris last Tuesday un der disagreeable circumstancos toiosfc of tbo men being in a jled Condition Wliito Crane and lDaniels all of whom wore in a bad shape to play ball occupied their positions while Burnett was left at homo with a very sore hand Punch was in no shape to pitch I the game having been worked down in previous games and Kid Dan- iels was in just as bad a fix Ihe Paris team under those circum stances defeated our boys easily But we will got even with them yet Following is the scoro by innings Innings 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 t Paris 1 5 5 2 0 0 31 421 rMt StcrlincO 0 0 0 2 If 010 2 5 Earned runs ParllriB Ht Ster ling 3 Two Base Hits Gibnortf Reamenj Crane- TMirdo Bnse Hits Gibnor Conover Hornberger White Home Runs Berte G Rearaan Punch Stolen Bases Brown Hielman Daniels Brown Double Plays Paris 1 Mt i Jing 1 Baso on Bal...

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. — 14 August 1894

tf J J f fr it TrT F f J 1 ntw THE ADVOCATE H The first agricultural exhibition was hold at Georgetown D 0 in 1810 l Tho first colleo plant which was the parent of all those now it tho West Indies was planted by Desllcux in 1720 Tho product of gold in iho United States tho last sixteen years his ag gregated tho enormous amount of 572000000 Now York parties nave been buying wild marsh hay at Jcllorson Wis and will experiment with it for tho manufacture of a cheap but superior article of binding twine A poplar trco measuring 112 feet in length by fifty two inches in diameter at its big end was shipped from Seat tle Wash Saturday to bo exhibited in Chicago Tho treo will bo called the Seattle In the month of July tho number of emigrants leaving Now York was 19 968 During tho samo period tho steerago passengers brought into tho port fully fifty per cent of whom wero not immigrants wcro 11549 Tho word State was first official ly used May 15 175G when Mr Arch ibald Cary reported to the Vir...

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. — 14 August 1894

i t v 4 jPr f V a o CONGRESS Heme WjumraTON Aug 10 In the hpmst ThaUty Jilr Boutollo Bop fcle epakinjto a question of personal priv if V V nMe oeniea puoumiuu uuyuiuuub iW ke had latroducod for political pur pose rolalions recognizing tho Ha- fvraHaa ropublio Referring to tho prcsi fonts recotmitioa of tho ropublio hi -was describing how Secretary Grcshair had sueakod up to tho Capitol ycator day to inform Chairman McCroary oi tho administrations purposo wlion he was called to ordor by Mr Outvaito IDom O and warned by tho Hpeakcr Sir Bontollo denounced tho conduct oi tho administration in tho Hawaiian af fair as peanut politics Ho asked tho houso to repudiate tho wholo turbulent and maodorous affair and to express t tho new republic its cordial congratula tions The speaker hero decided that Mr Boutolle had gone outsido of tho quos lion of personal privilege and as lie Svould not desist ordered him to cako iis seat Chairman McCroary of tho foroigd ffairs committee tried to roply to M...

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. — 14 August 1894

I it W 7 y Tij ft Tf o If TitfSv - t k - v i t MW- r WW ADOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAHY Tuesday Aug 14 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress aio autnorizcu to Vvo announco judgo W m BccKnor of Clark ty aR acanuuiatotoruongrcsstoun 1110 ninoxnlred term His claims aro sub- ject to tho action of tho Democracy of H mo aonia uiHiriui i V We aro authorized to aimouuco D Connor Lislo of Winchester as a candidate for Congress from tho Tenth District to fill the unexpired term occasioned by the death of M C Lisle subject to tho action of tho De mocracy of tho District i For Railroad Commissioner Wo are authorized to announce John C Wood as a candidate for Railroad- Commissioner for tho Eastorn District of Kentucky subject to the action of tho Republican party DEMOCRATIC TICKET Election Tuesday November 6 Ffc Congress HON JO M KENDALL of Floyd county County Ticket Oouuty Judge A BWHITE Oonty Attorney A A IIAZELRIGG County Clerk LUCIEN BGREENE Sheriff Jailer WILLIAM SLEDD J W CHENAULT Assessor allen Mcco...

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. — 14 August 1894

l v A THE PLACE - To go when you want to buy School Books Tablets oliool Supplies of every description DrugsMedicines Fancy Goods Fino Toilet ar ticles Soaps Perfumes Okushes Cigars Fine Smoking Tobaccos Paints Oils etc AND TO ink Fayetto county Jias its third fieo 4 v- f turnpike Born August 11 to William Held and wife a daughter The tobacco crop since tho rain Saturday night is looking well i i i - Santo tho assassin of President Oaiiiot of France will have his head out ofF The corn crops jof this county Hiave not been hurt by tho dry weather Tho Kentucky Conference of tho Methodist Church meets in Frankfort SeptemberJU Uuclo Jesso Tipton aged scventy rfour years isquito sick with catarrh of tho bowels i r Do not forgot Princess Longs Con cort Company at Opera IIouso noxt Thursday evening The Central Kentucky Times is tho name of a uow daily paper published -at Lexington A W English has bought of It N sRatliff of Bath 20 head of two-year--old mules at 100 per head The quartotto si...

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. — 14 August 1894

j u Fooled a Policeman Tho games such mon aro up to said tho old policoinan as ho hustled a Weary Waggles who vms trying tho crying dodgo ennt bo enumor nted in half a day And theyll times take in tho most incredulous and suspicious people Tve been played for a suck or myself Yes bIt its a fact And Ive been on tho forco for moro than 20 years I know tho follow by siglitf had onco lived in tho same1 neighborhood I know his wifo and children just casually you know Quo time about a year after I had changed I methim on Sixth avenue Ho told mo a very doleful talo about being out of work and sickness in his family and his prido and all that I gayo him a dol lar uuyhow k About two weeks later ho found mo on my beat and fell a wqeping as soon as ho saw me As soqn as I could got it out of him he told too his wife had died tho night before and i ho had not enough money to give her a respectablo funeral It was 10 or potters field boo hoo See J Well it was pretty tough so f pulled out and gavo ...

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. — 14 August 1894

J w ul k rv jfSflP ty i A i 35i As TEE ADVOCATE 14 ab Repi esentitlvo Uryau of Nebraska has a petition signed by 10000 people Yfho domand an invoatigtioti of tho ourse pursued by Attorney Gonora plnoy during tho recent strike Tho lotitlon aims at his impeachment American naval officers say this is tho typhoon season in fliat tho waters of China and Japan and pre dict that dread monster will compel tho natives of both nations to quit hoslilitiesand 6cok safely in thoir own harbors Miss Emma F Bates recently nom inated by North Dakota Republicans for Stato Superintendent of schools won her canvass by a shrewd scheme Suo promised to marry nor strongest opponent and makohim hor chief dep uty if ho withdrew which ho did Ex President Harrison has disap pointed Indiana Republican managers by stating that ho will mako but two speeches during tho fall campaign and those in October It was oxpected that ho would open tho campaign Soptombor 5 and tako a leading part in tho canvass from that tim...

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. — 14 August 1894

n t t i I l i r t w The true ffotptt expounded DrMgct lilts her hand ngalnst tho ntovoand erfes out with pain Sho applies Dr Fcnncra Golden Rollcf and tho pain is gone Johnny awoko in tho night screaming for tho pain la stomach tho cherries had brought pa A teaspoonf ul of tho Relict Is Riven Immediately Johnny is dreaming f Tho sick mother Just returned from her Southern trip isno better Tho hectio flush is still on her cheek and gloom hangs over tho family circle Tho Golden Rcllet Is used a month and a euro results Tho explanation is Golden Ielici curts Inflammation No inflam mation no soro from burn no hurt from cher ries no consumption Contains no opiates nar cotics or mineral poisons Sato and certain Ono tblcspoontul cures La Grippe It never de ceives nor disappoints Money refunded it sat isfaction not given Take a bottlo home to day At Adainsville Thomas Robert son and wife were seriously hurt in n runaway Near Morganfield a cloud burst last Saturday did great Tho water on tho...

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. — 21 August 1894

- v r V- iKtifim t vol y fr Will Tlio Republicans Repudiate McKinleyism Tho Programmo announced by Col A L Congor of Ohio 18 McKin loyism to bo repudiated and tho Re publican party to turn its faco toward Tariff reform Colonel Conger is a Republican aud used to bo a member ot tho Republican National Commit tee but those who dont like his re cant utterances declare ho is a back number and Congressman Grosve nor unkindly assorts that ho represents nobody but himself However that may bo ho has 6et tho newspapers to talking on a now and interesting lino and wo follow after to gather up their sapient sayings What Colonel Conger who by tho Wfcy wo understand to bo a closo friend of ox Speaker Reed said is Thoro aro scores of wrongs and Inconsistencies in tho McKinley Tariff aud an attempt to commit tho parly to it in 1896 will lead to euro defeat Tho Republicans have suffered two crushing defeats in cousequonce of tho advocacy of McKinloyism and tho ex perience of tho past should bo a gui...

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. — 21 August 1894

1 J 1 4 s t f tl vBr mm IZlZSSE MJW4 S A 7 yinpiwwwwyy111 THE ADVOCATE nmV - Virgils 6ore poiut was that ho could not converse pleasingly Russian locomotives and stationary engines use crude oil fuel m - A pound of sheeps wool is capable of producing a yard of cloth Vandyke brought portraiture to the highest degree of perfection i m m M Australia harbors one species of kangaroo no larger than a rat There is a gravo artl of royal dogs connected with Windsor Castle The wheat yield estimate is placed aUGOOOOOOO bushels for the season I i IIIM The only quadruped that lays eggs Is the arnithorhyiichus of Australia - m hi i Pilgrims Progress has been trans lated into 203 dialects and languages m In Russia it was once the common belief that beardless men were soul less It would tuke a snail exactly four teen days aud five hours to travel a mile The United States use nearly ons halfof the quinine produced in the world A species of water lily with roots as large as a mans leg grows in the Ca...

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. — 21 August 1894

4 t h ft i Sba materials until pioco workors could I make nothing Ho had not applied for f tvotk sinoo uio scriKo pocauHo tno com parry compouott every man to snrrondor iiia card of membership in tho railway union ana Bign an ngroomont tOlmyd lothlnfrtodowith any labor ornuiza pn tor uvo years c it W Combos of tho iroiRlitoar ops had boon in tho omnloy of tho bompany for 10 roars Whoro men itl that department word ablo to earn 8225 a day piece work they woro not ablo to mako more than 08 cents a day in March of this year Botwoon 1888 and 1801 there had boon no reductions but in No- vomoer oi lava came a cut time uiiulo a rfUfrnrrttirvi rt Q Iw n ffnrflfio In fliH men who built it and 0 of this fell on tho car carpouter Tho witness said ho had 350 loft from his February wages after ho had paid his rout and with tho 4350 he was expected to support a wifo and two children Jv EJAf ter hoaring tho ovidonco of Combes Y tho commission adjourned for tho day Dead Outlaw Port Gibson I T Aug 1...

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. — 21 August 1894

Lf- r St v i 1 o 6 aiiP S m IfFff1 WILLIAM SLEDD J W CIIENAULT Assessor allen Mccormick Oroucr GEORGE C EASTIX Surveyor J 31 OLIVER Magistrate District No 1 HOWARD C HOWELL Constable District No 1 M CCLAY Magistrate District No 2 JOHN W MORRIS Magistrate District No 3 It B CROOKS Magistrate District No 4 JOHN TRIMBLE Constable District No 4 ROBT CHAMBERS wgzww ADOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday Aug 21 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress Vc aro authorized to announce Judgo W M Becktier of Clark ty as a candidate for Congress to fill tlio unexpired term His cluinid aro sub ject to tlio action of tho Democracy of the Tenth District Wo are authorized to announce D Conner Lisle of Winchester as a candidate 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 are authorized to announce John 0 Wood as a candidate for Kail road Commissioner for tho Eastern Distric...

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. — 21 August 1894

i THE PLACE v - To go when you want to buy School Books Tablets SchoblSuppliee of every J description DrugsMefliclneB Fancy G6ocls flTino Toilet -tides Soaps Perfumes J J rushes- Cigars Fine Smoking Tobaccos jaiuts Oils etc ANDTO i - Havo Prescriptions j fully and honestly THOMAS KEiraTEDYJS Tho loading Protn Druggist MT STERLING - - - KY The K T S and its Annex will reopen the iirst Monday in Sep tember 50 tf Wo have the cash with which to pay for ercry bushel of good wheat in the county Como around and see ua MoNAiicii Milling Co 52 3t James Greer one of the oldest citizens of Mcnefec county died on the 13th inst aged 81 years Dr R 11 iiavdon who has been ouito sick in Lexington is wo are glad say improving and hopes to bo at homo this week Hon W M Kendall of West in tho city Monday on business Mr Kendall has boon quito sick with lliix but will soon be himself again mm Mr J A Long of Frenchburg wns in the city Monday and re ports considerable sickness in Men ifee county from typho...

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. — 21 August 1894

1 s I J i i J 1 - h i zz twr19yritvSsl IHWwIEPv yvBf r fflK ANTIQUITY OF FlSHING How tlio lnlr Cleopatra Tooled Antony With n Salt Fish Tho art of angling no donbfc had its origin in mans necessities Tho earliest record of mankind makes reference to tho taking of fish for food Tliero nro frequent allusions to it in tho Bible Job in tho oldest book of all says Canst thou draw out a loviathau with n hook or his tonguowith a cord which thou lottcst down Canst thou put a hook in his nose Homer in tho Iliad speaks of Ashing in theso lines As bearing death In tho lallncioui bait From tho bent anglo sinks tho leaden weight And it is recorded in tho Odyssey As when tho nnglcr his long rod In hand On a projecting rockassumos hU stand Casts to tho fiery fry tho baited snare Thon flings tho wriggling captives In tho air Tho Roman Greeks and othor races of early days around tho Mediterranean practiced tho art of ancliiitr Plutarch i Toting u IIoiwim Wind Whilo talking about horses tho other day...

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. — 21 August 1894

li i V v THE ADVOCATE Tho Congressional Library contains about 700000 volumes Buttoriliea havo bcou known to livo eighteen dayB after boiug beheaded i Land forces havo most influenced tho destines of mankind through war faro Dauto passed most of his lifo as an exilo from the only city iu which he cared to livo Itis said that whales can remain under tho surfaco of tho ocean lor an hour and a half i Tho first person to bo hanged in England was a pirato in tho reign of Henry III 1241 No one can breath at a greator height than sovon miles from tho sur face of tho earth Tho numbor of employes in tho sor vico American railways on June 30 f 1893 was 173602 Iu London according to Halloy there was no total eclipse of tho sun botwocn 1M0 and 1715 r Not until the close of the last cen tury was torture of criminals general ly abolished in 3uropo Tho first strike on record was among tho fluto players in tho Temple of JUpitor in Rome 300 B C Hypodermic injection was discov ered by Majondio Morphi...

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. — 21 August 1894

I ft J 7 J 3 ji r V i WW fflP NM wMWr AflWyW 7 Ma71HffiWMii o rv TJr i TfJBriBKt WWi m t -- AJ 1 JUK n 4teiWrytiiiiliii n1W -a 3 7l Tho fads of society are on the increase They 6ecm to be triv ial but they aro not Every movement has its consequence Tho fnd of beer drinking may look trivial It is followed by tho fad of kidney disease as a direct consequence And that is not trivial That means tho grave and is solemn The situation would be trulj alarming and threaten tho extinction of tho race were it not for two tilings 1 Thero is always hope of reforma tion in tho hearts of the people When tho dangerous increase of kidney dis ease is sufficiently sounded thero will be reform This will assure futuro generations 2 As to tho afflicted of to day a knowledge of Dr Fenncrs Kidney and Backache Cure will restore all who aro adroit enough to resort to its use beforo it is too late Also cures female weak ness heart disease rheumatism and all blood diseases It will neither deceive nor disappoin...

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. — 28 August 1894

y i 0 4 mt wju yolv V ta BIGBIRWARIS3 The Home Team Playing Profes sional Ball They win Five Games Out of Six Last Week LEXINGTONS THIS AFTERNOON LOUISVILLE LEGION GAMES The Loulsvillo Legion cluo played two games hero last week ami woro defeatod by tho homo team easily in both Tho ecoro in Mondays gamo was 20 to 8 and in Tuesdays 17 to 1G in favor of tho locals IAMS GAME On last Wednesday about 800 peo ple gathered at tho Ball Park to wit ness tho gamo of base ball between tho Mt Sterling Big Birds and tho would be champions from Taris Bour bon county Ky It was a gala day for tho national sport Society in all its boauty and raimontwas in attend ance Tho boys dressed in their now suits seemed to realize that tho day was theirs and so it waB It was the first time tho Paris club lowered her colors hero to Burnetts sluggers this season but when tho defeat came it was a corker The visitors woro not oven a good second Lawrence one of Kahoos best pitchers started to pitch tho game but had...

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. — 28 August 1894

r THE ADVOCATE DmliiL llieincscnt session of Con gress tlio salaried list of lie Govorn ment lias boon reduced by more than COO in number and over 700000 in annual cost V II Carwaidine pastor of the Methodist church at Pullman stated beforo tho Investigating Commission at Chicago that tho recent striko would ncvor liavo taUcn place had Mr Pullman reduced routs at tho same time ho reduced wages Literary Notes The Southern Magazine for Sep tember contains as its loiding article Art in tho South by that delightful writer on art matters William Sartain presented with reproductions of terpieces of Darley Bingham Cliued hiust Allston and other famous Sjuthcrn artists Tho September Southern Magazine contains a roadable array of matter artistically illustrated Art in tho South by William Sartian Tho Next Step a timely paper on the taxing of incomes by Hon C W Buck a delightful story by Will Allen Drom goole Tho Cano Sugar Industry illustrated and other articles making up a most acceptable n...

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