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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 August 1894

bl t y k tf V y 1 ff e INTERNAL REVENUE RECEIPTS f tOrer KIera Million Dollar Takou la tke Paat Sevan Dr Washington Aug 24 Reoolpts from internal rovenne sources continuo to bo abnormally largo with ovory prospect of continuing ko until tho now tariff bill goes iuto effect Daring tho last seven working days from Aug 15 tho receipts havo reached the unprecedent ed sntn of 11000122 and it is confi dently expootod that by next Saturday iiiglit at midnight whon tho now act Will become oporativo tho aggrogato re ceipts for tho procoding 10 days will have reached 15000000 These largo receipts under tho cir cumstances nro doprocated by tho treas ury ofQcials who liko tho situation to that of tho poor man paying 10 por cent per month for nionoy upon which they livo Tho reasou for this is that tho aid that comes to tho treasury in this way is only temporary at best and will only add to tho embarrassment later on for on every gallon of whisky now bo ing withdrawn tho government sooner or late...

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. — 28 August 1894

ADOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAKY TuesdayfAug 28 1894 Sheriff Jailer ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress Wo arc authorized to annouuee Judgo W M BecKiior of Clark Coun ty as a candidate for Congress to till the unoxpired term His claim arc sub joct to the action of tho Democracy 01 tho Tenth District Wo aro authorized to announco D Conner Lisle of Winchester as i candidate for Congress from tin Tonth District to 111 the uuexpirec term occasioned by tho death of M C Lisle subject to the action of tho De mocracy of tho District For Railroad Commissioner Wo arc authorized to annoutio John C Wood as a candidate for Rail road Commissioner for tho Easleri District of Kentucky subject to tin action of tho Republican parly DEMOCRATIC TICKET Election Tuesday November 6 Fwj Congress HON JO M KENDALL of Floyd county County Ticket County Judge A B WHITE Cointy Attornoy A A IIAZELRIGG County Clerk LUCIENB GREENE WILLIAM SLEDD J W CIIENAULT Assessor allen Mccormick Croncr GEORGE C EASTIN Surveyor J M OLIVER Magi...

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. — 28 August 1894

I at- - V i m T k iW T WAj jf I THE PLACE Sk To go when you want to buy School Books Tablets Sclibolupplfcis of every description DrugsMedioineB Fancy Goods Fine Toilet aiv Nicies SoapsPerfnmes Brushes Cigars Fine Smoking Tobaccos Paints Oils etc AN 0 TO Ilhve prescriptions care fully and honestly com- poifnded is to THOMAS KENNEDYS Tho lending Protn Drugnist SIT STERLING - - - ICY The K T S and its Annex will v reopen the iirst Monday in Sep- tember 50 tf m You can buy tho best grade of -clothing at correct prices from Sharp Trimble Dontons Katie Putnam will open the season jit GrMid Opera House on Monday evening September 3 1891 The horse advertised in the Ad tocatk last week tho property of Ii A Chiles has been found i i - ii i A great game to day Mt Sterling- against Lexington Game -will bo called at 230 sun time ii Tho Chiles Thompson Grocery Co are spreading printers ink and are getting profitable returns See their advertisement this week Tho subscription prico of tho Advo ate...

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. — 28 August 1894

k X urn wCTtjsJBwiw5w555i5BBSSg8B N HONEYSUCKLES Within a belfry built of bloom Abovo the gurilen wall thay swing A chime of bells for winds to fine Of mingled muslo and perfume What scented syllables of song Throughout the day their tongues re- pcatl Thoy tempt with promise honey sweet The listener to linger long A bit of sunset cloud nstrav Tho dnjiplcd butterfly floats near Lured by the fragrant muslo clear Trembles with Joy then fades away And thither oft from tlmo to time Tho humming bird and golden bee List and go mad with melody Tho honoy muslo of tho chime And thither when tho silver gleam Of moon and stars Is over all Ono whlto moth hovers near tho wall A ghost to haunt tho gardens dream F I Sherman In Youths Companion Nnturo Versus Science With nil his undoubtedly wonder ful advances in tho science of i iiir Mnn liOO 1 fill fvl lMm turo even yet Take tho case of tho as ho put his arm about me and said exchiingo of power JZtllMJi - 5iMfc 4Vm onnn1 hn rfimVfll L11I1L UVUillU...

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. — 28 August 1894

i M Ift I THE ADVOCATE If you havo any accounts you wan collected or If you havo any notes you want to got the money on eec B W Gaitskill Ho has money and is ojr a tiado Ofllco in Tyler App or 6on building 52 2t Lost Strayed or Stolen From the property of Mrs E S Apperson on Thursday August 1G one bay mare about 15 hands high I will pay a liberal reward for her return It A Chiles Euthanasia Euthanasia is occupying moro and more of tho serious attontiou of hu manitarians and scientific men A New York physician says apropos of tho decision of tho Buicido law in Now York that ho thinks thoro ought to bo a national commission or some thing liko it through which physi cians could obtain permission when their judgment suggested that it wat proper to put patients beyond tho reach of suffering Ho asserts that many physicians would accept such a re sponsibility A vii it to our asylums and almshouses loaves humane people wondering if tho prolonging tho llfo of many classes of defective and di...

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. — 28 August 1894

e E2 S1 Iht talk of thi town Its been s great problem with Dr Fcnncr not to brinR his Golden Relict to cure ail ments having so many different names hut to so rcpresent Itns that the people would understand and belleTe It It really is a specific in one disease viz Inflammation liut that disease has so many forms and names Thus By its external application it cures any toothacho in one min ute Any neuralgia or rheumatic pain In one to eight minutes Any headache In 2 toB minutes Any backacho In 8 minutes Cold sores on lips one application One drop cures an Indolent ul cer Any cut bruise burn or rheumatism it cures at onco and without soreness or matter atlng Can work w ith comfort while tho wound Is raw By its internal use colic or pain in atomach 5 minutes Dyspepsia relief at once Radical euro follows Diarrhoea dysentery or flux cures at once Sorethroat bronchitis and consumption when used in time cure follows as surely as day follows tho night People are beginning to understand and t...

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. — 4 September 1894

i i V i v Q M m Fir P w I M 1 MX VOL Y i Our Sclioels Tho oponlng of tho echoola yester day was exceedingly gratifying to the sovoral promoters of these ontorp rises Tho number of pupils in attandkneo Zwas gcnorally largor than oxpocted on tho first day and particularly amid the wctromoly hot weather wo aro en during Goodwins High School opened with 15 students in thoir desks and ho will have his full number 30 by next week Emerson Institute opened with 35 girls and tho principal is in good spirits about tho success of her work wf Miss Itannio Burroughs school opened with moro flattering prospects than ovor in its history 68 pupils wore enrolled and she has her school so well graded that in a day or two all will bo running as smooth as it the school had been in operation a year Miss Itannio is a success In her work and no amount of hard work detors hor from giving her pupilB all tho attention needed Tho K T S opened fifty per cont i abovo what tho oponlng was last year Many now pupi...

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. — 4 September 1894

I KM THE ADVOCATE Stock Notes The work horses in hot vrcathor should bo watered between morning and noon and at least ouco between noon and quitting time Ruports from PoNlaud Oregon say that a company has beon formed in that city for tho purpose ot jug tho cheap horses in tho Xorth west A writer thinks tho host breed ot hogs is tho breed which help them selves tho most cost tho least and fur nish tho most good meat at tho lowest cost Let tho pigs pick up tho inferior apples that fall in tho orchard Be sides getting tho botietlt of fruit that would otherwise go to waste tho pigs vould destroy a grcatmany insects It is reported that Texas raihoads arc making consignors of sheep pay tho freight in advanco to iusuro against loss should tho price received at tho destination not bo sufficient to pay tho freight bill Ouo who has been successfully rais ing hogs thinks that a thoroughbred boar at 20 cents a pound is cheaper than a scrub at five cents In fact ho says that you can hardly pay t...

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. — 4 September 1894

I 4v f fc 41 s y jrr tions FOSSIL BOTANYINPENNSYLVANIA One HHHilrod and Fifty Specimens of riant XHipokit Fount Under Coal Underneath the great bed of can cel coal three miles below Darling ton making the floor of the coal mentioned is one of the most varied pleobolanical deposits known to sci once No other single locality in this or any other country has ever 2onributed such a collection and auch a variety of the preglacial or it ma bo said tho carboniferous bo tanical flora as has come from this icoal floor The material in which these re markable fossil imprints occur is a dark sandy shale and to say that thp stratum is filled with plant re mains is giving tho fact only mild expression Tho richness and rare ness of this plant deposit will bo un derstood when it is stated that moro than ICO varieties of specimens have been found some entirely new to science and such as havo nover been found elsewhere and all this on an ble form that is undeniably that of a rriU8hroom was here disco...

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. — 4 September 1894

A 4 1 ru -6 t 1 t - v u IVYTr CI ANNATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY Tuesday Sept 4 1894 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress Wo aro authorized to announce Judgo W M Beckner of Olark Coun ty as acandidatolorCongrcss to fill the unexpired term Ills claim aro sub joct to tho action of tho Democracy of the Tenth District Wo aro authorized to announce D Connor Lisle of Winchester as a caudidato for Congress from the Tenth District to till the unexpired term occasioned by tho death of M C Lisle subject to the action ot tho vc mocracy 01 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 parly DEMOCRATIC TICKET Election Tuesday November 6 Por Congress JION JO M KENDALL of Floyd county v County Ticket County Judge A B WHITE County Attorney A A HAZELRIGG County Clerk LUCIEN B Sheriff Jailer GREENE WILLIAM SLEDD J W CIIENAULT Assessor allen Mccormick Crouor GEORG...

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. — 4 September 1894

I M I Ifffl kBk 0 m v W 3 hi - iS53S THE PLACE gp - J1 v 1 Oo n 2 To go when you want to buy School Books Tablets School Supplies of every description DrugBMcdicines Fancy Goods Fine Toilet ar ticles Soaps Pcrfnmes Brushes Cigars Fine Smoking Tobaccos Paints Oils etc ND TO hhxTS iPi - Have Prescriptions care s fnllv ivtifl hnnesrlv nnm kc f - -7 v SESTMErifeTt I 1 J x jji puimuuu ib iu KTtlpv vtmmTTrM a s W ii mn Innltnrf Tfi Tttliortaf JTf 1UO IDOlllllg JL IU III J l UgSiiOi rimJHKIf LT STEHJLiNfcr - - - KY - Notice to Parents 1 work can not bo tlono at jftVeooud claes prices Tho teacher in jtiie1 Harris Ikstitute aro of such vqnalttya not to admit of cut rata prices Parents who oarncatly desire the welfare of their children will in- k yvcBtigato our school Ii Vi 11 U W tfOWLElt jjBonij on Spencor tiept 1st to Jap Jof iGipson and wifo a daughter K The K T S and its Annex will reopen sue ursc ouonuay in 1 J r iteiriber T a 50 tf Win Strossman left yesterday f horning to become a stu...

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. — 4 September 1894

i 4- A PICTURE Tlio cameras Ions was opt A vision quickly passed In through the lifted shutter Which closed and held It fast Although twas hut an Instant By some mysterious art l Tlio catuora drank Its beauty And treasured It at heart And wroto the vision down With nil its charming grace And gave to mo a copy It was ray sweethearts face Bo hero It Is before me Perfuming all my room Among street applo blossems Which never cease to bloom A picture and a framing Which sweetest who can tell The frame of dainty blotsoms Which from the magto spell Of her toft touch drew life And seeing her blushed pink Or of her own protty likeness Of whom I lovo to think Just so one day I saw her And by Sir Ouplda art I too drank In her beauty And wroto it In my heart And as sho sits before me With flowers for a frame 80 sweet that natures flowers Must wonder whence they came So in my heart she sitteth 1 And evermore shall reign While round her thought thoeweetest Are woven for a frame Chicago Record NOR...

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. — 4 September 1894

i V 11 y v v 4 I A YMAR TODAY teald htm nay A year today 8b afehed tho whilo from trembling liwbM Two terdrops foil llko diamond flashes As lonely In a flowered rcccB9 Afar oS from tho Joyous press Of dancers In her festive dress Shq drooped complaining Oh foolish felcnlnc Of chilly apathy to lilJo Iteplylng love and wavo aside That grandest Klft In maiden pride Tpr dread that ho might hold mo lightly Just ho becauao at pneo thoiuih rightly Sty heart had flown To weothliowtil - A She wild mo nay A year today j lIoBlghcd Then from his plpo tho ashes In sudden passioned pain ho dashed And rises paling nt tho strew Of tenderness tho lovo voces IIlo ivlll nor reason can rcprcs un rooiish reigning IJt It knows no waning j TliJs fervent fondnubgl Furnndwldo Ill follow her Ill seek her side - Ill woo her woo her for my bride v i Ha murmurs resolutely brightly 11U to my raiumu breast pressed tightly biio Bnys mo yea And bids mo stay Xow York Advortlsor t Tlio Eyes rTlie eyeball should bo a ...

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. — 4 September 1894

I i V WM Thing art different Chill could just Jump on a little unarmed band ot American sailors on shore to avoid scurvy and astonish them with her military prowess But when it cimo to tho American nation too Just tho slow tonngcrbut terrible when aroused Jnxlk Sam was there and thero wasno Question dui wnai ne was in iu 11 is worm some tninp attcr all to be an American Citizen it means a good BEAU The samo Is true of Dr Fennors Kidney and Backache Cure It means every thing when It Is known and used by those who aroinnccd If you are bowed down with kidney disease femalo weakness or blood Impurities together with their results of backache haggard looks akin eruptions scrofula dyspepsia con stlpatlon the blurs weariness headaches ery sipelas salt rheum or any kindred affection ns well as heart disease rheumatism dropsy eta Its uso means n restoration to health an elastic step florid cheeks strength and happiness In ehort it means being on deck again If you aro In need take n bottle ho...

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. — 11 September 1894

i xi voly k V o Vto cu MT STERLING ADVOCATE A WEEKLY JOURNAL- IDENTICAL IN INTEREST WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE BY RM1 Commistionar McDowell Says Corn Has Boon Very Much Benefited He Suggests tho Sowing of Ryo and Barley Instead of Wheat WHITE RYEFOR SEED WANTED Tho monthly crop report of Hon Nicholas McDowell Commissioner ot Agriculture is as follows Sinco my report of July 1 thoro have f oecn fine rains in tho larger portion of Mina btate somo counties Having oocu morn fivhrml flian ntlioro Tlnnnrtn Tfom few counties stato hot enough dalta to do much good There is a Uiuesh better feeliner among tho farm- era Both thacorn and tobacco crop9 havobeen very much benefited Tho Augu U report of tho statistician of the XTujteo Statos Department ol Pultun shows Ti decline in corn of tfoarly twenty six points from July 1 to August 1 In some localities the crop was injured boyond recovery while in others timely rains havo provou tno crops vorymucu anu tno indications aro now that tho crops will bo v...

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. — 11 September 1894

V THE ADVOCATE Now York and Boston togothorhavo ten miles less of paved streets than lias the city of Chicago imiiii Lexington JCy Ia Wednesday sold to Now York bankers 15800 worth of strcot bonds bearing -1 1 2 per con t interest m A briof biography of a Missouri politician begins with these woids Some tinio along about tho liigh water of 1844 ho acquired a taste for office Advice comes trotti California and from good authority said a grocer uiau tho other day for purchasers to clOdy examine all California dried fruits this year for worms This ap plies principally to apricots peaches and prunes If a young lady has that discretion and modesty without which all knowl edgois litllo worth sho will novcr make an ostentatious parado of it be cause sho will rather bo intent on ac quiring moro than displaying what sho has Hannah Moro Gov Turnoy of Tennessee has ot fcred a roward of 5000 for tho arrest and conviction of tho men engaged in tho cowardly murder of tho six negro prisoners near ...

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. — 11 September 1894

fet4 K A Ti I Jffl J - THE a AND THE MVJNQ JMiwtldgr t shoulder through thai flery hU fetij of ot mJ toft and burstlB lfewtfht ftutTfpJiOToes tlfl n brother tell al la th ewftrop his shroud tho battle rfinoke Sow every year fair jcbildren deck the grave Of kim wb6 died thotr cotmtryflUfo tosave I A ad mothers weep and fathers call him brave Hi w A hero fell at Roatokct p The otlicr ono who t ought at Roanoke r 1 Lived oabr chasco h living still today Old and unknown bent beggared crippled gray Andphtldrsa mock him In their thoughtless play CNorie weep for him No orator ever spoke Of him as noble No one says ho gave Bis best in life his countrys life to savo t Aad vet God knows the living was as brav N Jka he who f ell thafc day at Roanoke Fredj Appleget in Philadelphia Press THE DEVILS SLIDE i In the heart of the Roccy moun tains hero dwelt in ancient times a spirit or gnome io whom tho Indian tribes around about gave tho name of Hal Walla He was a spirit of great power within the l...

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. — 11 September 1894

I J i if J CI ADOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday Sept II 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress Wo aro authorized to announce Judgo W M Beckner of Clark Coun ty as a caudidato for Congress to fill the unexpired term Hisclaims aro sub ject to the action of tho Democracy of the Tontu District Wo are authorized to announce D V ft Connor Lisle of Winchester as v candidato for Congress from tin Tenth District to All the unexpired term occasioned by the death of M C Lisle subject to tho action of tho Dc- mocracy of tho District For Railroad Commissioner Wo are authorized to annonnci John C Wood as a candidato for Kail road Commissioner for the Eastori District of Kentucky subject to tin action of tho Republican parly DEMOCRATIC TICKET Election Tuesday November 6 Foi C ingress HON JO M KENDALL of Floyd county - - 4 I am a candidato for Constablo ol the 3rd district composed of tho pre cincts of Spencer Howards Mill and Hart subject to tho will oi the voters at tho November elec tion 1851 II L Wil...

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. — 11 September 1894

It r I s W -- THE PLACE r R- To go yhon you wnnf to buy School Books Tablets School Supplies of eyery description DrugSjMcdicines Fanoy Good8 -Fine Toiler ar ticles Soaps Perfumes Brushes Cigars Fine Smoking Tobaccos Painty Oils etc ANjD TO f Have Prescriptions fully and honestly com pounded is to THOMAS KENHEDTS Tho leading Protn Druggist JIT STERLING - - - ICY Notice to Parents workcan notbo done at ooudcla68 prioes Tho teachoi in tlitf Harris Institdtk are of nimh quality a not to admit of cut rata prices Parents who earnestly desire tho welfare of their children will in vestigate our school C W Fowler The K T S and its Ann sreopen the llrst Mondnj3 tcmber afm W if Late stylo hate stiff and soft at 3harp Trimble Dentons The new Christian church at Ow ingsvillo was dedicated last Sunday Born to tho wife of David Webster -on Sept 6 a son Weight 10 pounds An officer In chargo of tho work at tho Michigan Stato Mining School -summarily discharged seven workmen because thov failed to s...

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. — 11 September 1894

t if i a and tmin tajttatfih rU A i W5H5M n nwurimPWMw H A CHILDS IDEA IIo stood besldo my knco the while I turned The pictured pages of the holy book Blood In the vriadom of his three brief rears True wisdom thafwhlch ever geeks to know And now his eyes aro wide with wondering A ladder sot from earth to heavcnl fore Tho small brow knit then came conclusion swift I see so angels carry up tho gold For God to make tho harps of Smiling I Dismissed tho childish fancy with a kiss But pondering as I ponder ever how On all his words thero grows the meaning ad Cleansed tempered It may be with bitterest tears Laid at tho laddors foot our part is done 60 shall the harps bo ready bo attuned For symphonies divine oh wise sweet soull Emily Jewett Royal in Washington Posts DISCOMFORTS OF ACTING Lnck of Accommodations In tho Green room and Behind tho Scenes Tho janitor has an important bearing on tho actors condition which finds its oppression is his playing and possibly on I113 nervous organizati...

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