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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 11 September 1894

Iv J 14 Ml rV i M4f it - i t r JWVPlPlv I o A JUVENILE GOETHE POEM 1 II VM -- Baloved grandpapal A riftd New1 Yfftr tldth now appear therefore faith and duty Hiub rcnow Ami deep respect from out a heart thats clear Tutir forth In poetry thus today to yo In uwkward rices but all sincere 3Iy God who time renews yoa newly blew And crown for yott with nil good look the year Firm as cedars stand fix your happiness And grant that favrlng fate- may oer bo near RtfU In your homo ma evry blessing meet Aiid may tho gentle muses guide them there And health attend upon your totrlng feet Since greater treasure man may never wear Dearest trrandmammal The ycara first day brings my breast a fefclln tondor And drives mo thus to join myself with you In verses which Im iuro no scholar oer could render Who sees but meter halting and untrue J wish W these my truo lovo may be shown you That cvry blessing may bo surely thine That God will keep as ho has over kept you And grant you cvry wish through prayer...

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. — 11 September 1894

Iti it u III Hill I I IJIII1IIH HI 1IIII J iv y Vr Thlngi art different Chill could Just Jump on ft little unarmed band of American sailors on shore to avoid scurvy and astonish thovn with hcrmllltary prowess But when It enmo to tho American nation tbo lu9ttho slow to angerihut terrible when aroused Uncle Sam was thoro and there was no question but what he was in it It is worth something niter all to bo nn AMEitiCAN Citizen it means n good deal Tho sarao is truo of Dr Fcnncrn Kidney and DacVncho Cure It means every thing when It Is known and med by those who oro lnneod If you aro bowed down with kidney dlseuso female weakness or blood impurities together with their results of backache haggard looks skin eruptions scrofula dyspepsia con stipation tho blues weariness headaches ery sipelas salt rheum or nny kindred affection ns well as heart disease rheumatism dropsy etc Its use means a restoration to health nn elastic step florid cheeks strength and happiness In short It means being o...

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. — 18 September 1894

V ft i 5 i jy i Sk 1 J1 M I I VOLV WTE BY Precincts Owous Paynes Depot G8 Powder House 07 Great Crossings 101 Oxford 159 Stonewall 77 McFarland 172 Porter 72 White Sulpnur 98 Minersvillo 110 Sadievillo 81 Newtown 105 Stampg Ground 182 Turkey Foot 122 Georgetown 415 Totals 1829 Lagrange - 53 Beards 102 Belrose 52 Ballardyillc 52 Goshen 52 Brownsboro 90 Totals 407 Breck Settle 39 10 27 42 71 52 28 43 57 60 42 97 37 23 G35 2 1 21 4 4 2 2 11 14 11 21 21 4 28 140 OLDHAM COUNTY OOMPLETB Products Owens Breck Settlo 55 110 51 H 40 50 44 41 33 18 14 33 243 203 FKANKLIN COUNTY COMPLETH Precincts Owens Breck Settlo Ultorbttck Shop 35 Bell Point 32 Perringfcii 52 Thorn 11 57 Crutchere School 103 Forks of Elkhorn 86 Switzw 73 Biidgcport 91 BkKnmngton 20 Market House - 91 Court Houso 119 Gainoa Stable 128 Lob House 03 Bridge House 120 Voglers SI Benson 83 Swallowflold 29 Peaks Hill 55 Harvlcland 57 Elnivlllo 34 Bald Knob - 49 Baileys Well 30 Totals 1488 25 2 21 21 59 9 28 25 G8 7 70 i G7 8 08 35 ...

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. — 18 September 1894

f J fS cuu of Am una Butw justtt UNCL butvrl niter 1 a 000 Kldnc thing oroln illscai togctl looks etloal slpcle well its us step short are I Istaot Tl deli Hot Tjiyj hor was woa 1 E Me SCrj goi teri fen yot tio ma tin lie cef 1 tin of th Si of Y L s 1 cl lot lit 11 br a ill til ni in as Si is S ei P P 1 a C F 11 V THE ADVOCATE itiLMgtLM3ktit W A Spanish Duko has suicided bo causo ho couldnt become morally per fect China has ordered 1000000 car tridges from an American firm and expects to order 100000000 more m Tho Western Union Tolcgrah Com pany has declared its usual quarterly dividond of H per cent or 1192000 Thrco deaths from diphtheria at Frankfort and sovcril now cases necessitated the suspension of public school Tho fire at Dixon in Wobtter coun ty Monday night did damage to the extent of 18000 There was only 2000 insurance on all tho property destroyed Jcssamino county comes to the front with the biggest hall storm lio of tho season A farmer claims his entire crop of watermel...

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. — 18 September 1894

m w Hp r h lOSTlSiS NERVE I used to upend moBt of tho two hours he had in Tiberius Centre every day from 130 to 434 at her house As mUo the vreetward bouml express far aa t could judgo Matt was wai 8 topping at tho tToricho station I ing a littlo tha best headway for ho aaopced that tho station master was always had tho girl to himself when in clow conversation with tho engine ho called while when Hank driyer This was an unusual act on Jiis part as ho strictly upheld tho dignity of his office and held no com nrunication with engine drivers ex cept to hand them such tolographio -orders as ho might happen to have received for thorn Ho after tho train had departed and tho station master had returned to his usual lounging place on tho platform I had asked him who was tho man with whom he had been conversing fThat man ho replied That was Hank Stevens tho best engineer ton this or any other road Ivo known him for going on 20 years and havo helped him to pull out from under throo wrecked e...

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. — 18 September 1894

si k i i w i f 5 v- tc lo BI It si r 8 S 4 5 a i t j J i i 6 v vfc tr1trs 4 - tt AOOCATBPOBUSMMG COMPANY Tuesday Sept 18 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congross Wo aro authorized to aitnouuci Judgo W M BecKnor of Clark Coun ty as a candidato for Congress to fill tin unexpired term His clalmd aro sub joct to tho action of the Democracy ot tho Tenth District For Railroad Commissioner Wo are authorized to announci John C Wood as a candidate for Itail road Commissioner fr tho Eastcri District of Kentucky subject to tin action of tho Republican patty DEMOCRATIC TICKET- Election Tuesday November 6 For Congress HON JO M KENDALL i of Floyd county For Congress short term HON W M BECKNER of Clark county I am a candidate for Constablo oi tho 3rd district composed of tho pre cluctsof Spencer Howards Mill am1 Hart subject to tho will of the Dem ocratic voters at tho November elec tion 1894 II L Williams County Ticket County Judge A B WHITE County Attorney A A HAZELRIGG County Clerk LUCIEN BGREENE Sherif...

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. — 18 September 1894

ib heir la ndj Si R- 1 THEPLACE To go when you want rto bily School Books Tablets Soliool Supplies V p every description -- dDrugsMcdicine8 Fancy -A Goods Fine Toilet ar ticles Soaps Perfumes Brushes Cigars Fine Smoking Tobaccos xPnints Oils etc AND TO 1 Have Prescriptions care- - -- 1 v 1 ifullynnahonestly com J pounded is to THOMAS KEKNEDYS Tho leading Protn Drugiriet MT STERLING - - - XX The K T S and its Annex will areopen the iirst Monday in SO tf Small Farms For Sale 25 50 or 75 acre1 0110 mile from town on turnpike Comfortable four room house barn and cabin 8 4t II IlIhjfao - General Gordon delivered -his ilecture the Last- Days of tho Con ifoderacy to a large audience nt the Opera House last night i Elder Gowau of Lancaslor Is hold ing a very interesting meeting atj Owingsvlllo with Elder J T TenBloy pastor of the Christian church of that place There Was an explosion at the fiour ing mill of William Moberly on iFaiutLick on tho night of iho -12 instant and Thomas Moberly who...

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. — 18 September 1894

i s as k a Ml t ni ft 8 it s 8 a U 1 I h 3 h Is 1 1 1 I l yti 1 - -I nwi - r vjtammmv i 1 tr j WWHmSNiM M THE KING IS DYING Fool stand buck tho king js Cylngi Olvo him what llttlo air romalm 8oot thou not how his puUo Is flying Ilcarst thou not how ho paspsand strains To catch ono othor stertorous breath God I how ho labors Yos this is death BUw up tho flro his foot aro cold Aye though a king ho cannot buy One briefest moment with all his gold Ills hour has come and he must die Wfthcred and wrinkled and old and gray The king fares out on the common way Light tho tapers bos almost gone Stir thou fool tis past tho hour To cower and crlugo and flatter and fawn Tho thing lying thoro is shorn of power Honceforth the lips of tho king are dumb Bring up thy ghostly viaticum Absolve his soul need enough God wotl Mumble and sprlnklo and do thy shriving Yet mothinks hero and therowill bo left blot Hideously foul dosplto thy shriving Nor purflod quilts nor pillows of lace Can rellovo the guilt ...

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. — 18 September 1894

SNAKES IN CAPTIVITY Hcrw tlio Keptllca Arc Caught Tamed and Cared For la Circuses and Kuionmi Nearly oil tho snakes you boo in museums and circus exhibitions wero gent to this country from Africa or South America Tho boa constrictor comes from Africa and somo very largo specimens from Brazil It is 1 eoldom that wo can secure an fconda In both Af nca and South America tho snakes aro captured by tho na tives who very often however aro afraid of them and do not under take to securo them unless they aro accompanied by an American or Eu ropean who will take the lead in tho expedition In Brazil tho largo snakes are some times captured with nets which are thrown over them Tho smallor ones aro caught with a big stick shaped at one end like a two pronged pitch fork Tho man approaches tho snake after tho animal has partaken of a good meal and when he feels heavy and sleepy The fork is placed over tho snakes head and he is thus pinned to tho ground Then he coils himself around tho stick and in...

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. — 18 September 1894

Ha 7- w t i MW m III v aJ n Ksj m mrM u m aged reaper i Dr course Nona Vi w t IlithtcvpMUpoJ a Doctor it Is said when Dr Fenncr as serts his Golden Re lief cures Inflamma tion in any form and os Tell when given In fi drop doses on lump of sugar onca In 2 hours in 6orc throat bronchltlfl and consumption m when applied exter nallv in fresh cuts I bruises and burns wo is iryinR m eoi for himself tho hnrd earned money of tho people Ho prom ises impossibilities Ho is trying to play his wily trick upon the unfortunate poor Ho thinks the bold assertion will win Ho would profit out of tho misfortunes of tho weak and afflicted He knows the dread of the rare and that the sinking man will catch at straws CtC CtCa well this is quito on indictment uttered by tho pessimist tho misanthropist the evil wisher if not tho evil doer Dr Fenner is aware that this sentiment will be put to tho front by thoio who nro jealous of his success It has tnado him hesitate long beforo consenting to tako the peoplo ...

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. — 25 September 1894

1 Mt STERLING ADVOCATE t vol y LTroublo has A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN INTEREST WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE Never Ceasing Stream Buyers who go to SjllJELS KINGS FAre elated They are jtfvell pleased customers Kvho continually talk of our beautiful goods and hatfr prices Every fa bric new and direct from the mannfacturer or orteri Fine All Wool Mixtures in Dress Goods Many pretty shades p Covent Cloth all able shades This is the most desira ble line ever brought to this market II We would like to have you inspect this stock for never before has any one in Mt Sterling seen its equal here Can suit oir in whatever you want Are in constant demand for the Fall and Winter and we are prepared for the trade H From persons out of the m city will receive very careful and prompt atten tion We send samples and are glad to answer questions Cloaks Blankets Fine Shoes Hosiery Under- Jtt wear complete stock of Ki fresh goods W SAMUELS KING J MT STERLING KY JWO MINISTERS AT WAR Elder Sweeney and Rev W Fras...

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. — 25 September 1894

k I t ri r KIM it Ut i IW Ii4 m Uy jT i r tHv 3a 6 kSMJi THE ADVOCATE k Tlio aiiti Tlllman convention of S C adjourned without making any nomi nations thovotoboing 120 against autl 104 in favor of nominating Edward J McDormott was nomi nated by tho Democrat of tlio Louis- villo district for Congross His oppo nents wero Ashcr G Caruth tho present incumbent and Mr John M Athorlou J G Morrison of Dayton ono of tho most prominent labor leaders of Soutncrn Ohio has boon appointed to a lucrative position in tho Public Printing Office Congressman Sorg secured the placo for him Gen Andreas Aveliuo Caceres who recently became President of Peru is a distinguished soldier aud a thor ough patriot His body Is covered with wounds rccoived in his countrys service and ho is a poor man for the reason that in her hour of need he gave his country every cent ho had 9 Tho recently published book entitl ed If Christ Camo to Oongrese Iiob boon detained in tho mails ponding an inyestigation by tho Postofll...

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. — 25 September 1894

rr Y THE SEA IK lay ob the rocks and watched tbo sett tt AsltflDArkllne danced neath a sunny kr KSThe unarm nvroc t wind just touched my cheek And I oJgbed thatronianco had paused tno by M gazed at tho sea and sky and shoro Tina suddon slsht made my pulses bound HCor alllttle way from my rocky nook Was an open parasol low on tbo ground rwaa largo and white and of India silk Its too tilted down vras my sJBut I guesaed Its lining such shaded rose Aafalnu the murmuring shells ot thu teai iJBeneath on tho earth spread a soft gray rug 4r loo innKu ui nunvri jl vuuiu uisu uuic cfAnd trailing outside of the parasol disk was a bit of a lace trimmed petticoat IFMy heart beat high with expectant hope I 8hal I And my romanco here by tho sear While life endures will fancy ropent Tte memories tonder or white pongee ftlfo longor I lay oa tho rocky shoro k Watchimr the oceans foamy creep MBof tly windward I stole for a view Twos somebodys baby sound asleep Life A CAGED LIOK In front of tho entranc...

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. — 25 September 1894

IS 1 it- K J iv i M iftfl 1 i ADOCATE P0H1SM8G COMPANY Tuesday Sept 25 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner We arc authorized to aunounci John C Wood as a candidate for Kail road Commissioner for the Eastori District of Kentucky subject to tin action of tho Republican party DEMOCRATIC TICKET- Election Tuesday November 6 For Congress HON JO M KENDALL of Floyd county T I Eor Congress short term I HON W M BECKNER of Clark count - I am a candidate for Constablo tho 3rd district composed of the pre clnctsof Spencer Howards Mill am Hart subject to tho will ol the Den ocratic voters at tho November clei tion 1804 II L WILLIAMS County Ticket County Judge A B WHITE i County Attorney A A HAZELRIGG Countv Clerk LUCIEN BGREENE Sheriff Jailer WILLIAM SLEDD J W CIIENAULT Assessor allen Mccormick Caroner GEORGE C EASTIX Surveyor J M 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 R D CROOKS 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. — 25 September 1894

yp If VM M y Headquarters Jfor SCHOOL BOOKS and 4 n m SCHOOL SUPPLIES ts at V I J THOS REMEDYS ft v t S 6 TKe racist VHMH4S1 The best of Everything it the Right Price The K T S and its Annex will ufcopen the lirst Monday in Sep tember 50 tf Small Farms For Sale T25 50 oi 75 acres 0110 mile from town on turnpike Comfortable four tvoom house btlrn and cabin v 8 it II H RlKClO Tuesday October 2 is registration During the past week thoro woro 312 lailures throughout the United States against 321 the corresponding week of last year The examination trial of J F Lloyd for the killing of the Hon S 0 Nunn took place at Marion Ky on Friday the result being an acquittal Emmettsburg Iowa and the section of country within a radius of six miles was visited by a terrific cyclone Fri- -day which caused several deaths and 1 mudidestructionof property All persons indebted to the firm of Kennedy Bros are- r d that if they do not settle by v ober 1st their accounts will bo given out for -collection Res...

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. — 25 September 1894

ii ja i3TXjSkiK A REMONSTRANCE Avould never call or pay you the slightest uttention or oven send you a card or a boubon at New Years nothing Some of tho men were married anil brought their wives with thein and you ought to have seen the kinds of people they were Such elegant gowns just for every day but not what you or I would ever put on of course uud so queerly worn too without any attention or caro And then their hair and their trains and tho tiLn Thcro aro thought that tbo mind cannot fathom 1 Tho mlntl of tho animal But woman abundantly hath them And mostly her notions prevail And why ladies read what they dp read Is n thine that no man may explain And If any ono asks for a uo redo He asketh In vain Ah why Is each pnsIng depression x Of stories that eloomlly boro Received as the subtle expression Of almost unspeakable lore In the dreary tho grubby the grimy Say why do our womon dollght And wherefore so constantly ply mo i With Ships In tho Night Dear ladles In vain you npproach...

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. — 25 September 1894

1 h k V Patrick OLeary tho husband of Mrs OLoary who owned tho cow that kicked ovci tho lamp that lurn od tho city of Chicago in 1871 la dead Gen James S Wilson who spent a year in China and critically examined tho army and fortifications says It is hardly to bo doubted that an army of 60Q00 Europeans with artillery and infantry and a preponderance of cavalry Woll organized supplied and commanded can go anywhoro In Jhina and if so disposed it can over run and dismotnbor tho empire The reputation of tho Count of Paris novor recovered from tho 111 adviscd allianco with tho Boulangist party in 1889 Ho then took tho risk of having Franco fall into tho power of a military dictator for tho chanco of of pulling somo advantage to his party out of tho strugglo botweon tho Republicans and tho Generals par tisans A linoal descendant of Peregrine White tho first white child born in Now England tho having been born within tho limits of Capo Cod on board tho Mayflower Novomber 20 1630 O S is livi...

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. — 25 September 1894

Nu It l ra r I6b K r h E WL r r irv 13 aMMXlw - Mi Stealthv In it l avnroach Too oftonwhcn tho situation becomes fully known it Is too lato That is truo of Kidney Disease A llttlo soreness a littlo lameness of tho back Thcso cxclto no suspicion Suddenly cicuto symptoms supervene and death ensues It is liko tho fatal spring of tho wolf Lot us reason together a little 1 On tho slightest symptom why not uso Dr Fcnners If idnoy and Backache Curo 2 Becauso it is guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded So you only pay for benefit actually received a If you should bo mistaken in fearing kid ney disease it will do no harm and has at any rate cleansed your blood given you renewed life as it were cleared your head toned up your stomach Invlgora tell your nerves and fibre and Insured you against tho disease you fear Tako Lome a bottlo to day To day wcok is registration day Let every Democrat register and eco that lis neighbors do likewise W S IlooKuday sold to Gcorgo F Green liis stock of groc...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 2 October 1894

m N U1 V r f4 I K T wf r VOLY f MT STERLING ADVOCATE A Never Ceasing Stream Of Buyers who go to SlJELS - KINGS Are elated They are well pleased customers wHo continually talk of our beautiful goods and low prices Every fa bric new and direct from the mannfacturer or im porter Fine All Wool Mixtures in Dress Goods Many pretty shades Covent Cloth all desira able shades NoTBlty Dress Ms This is the most desira ble line ever brought to this market We would like to have you inspect this stock for never before has any one in Mt Sterling seen its equal here Can suit you in whatever you want Are in constant demand for the Fall and Winter and we are prepared for the trade rs From persons out of the city will receive very careful andpiompt atten tion We send samples and are glad to answer questions Cloaks Blankets Fine Shoes Hosiery Under wear complete stock of fresh goods SAMUELS KING MT STERLING KY The Circnit Court The term of tho montgomery Cir cuit Court adjourned Saturday and Judge Coop...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 2 October 1894

THE ADVOCATE During tho past weok thoro wore 212 luiluros throughout the United States against 321 tho corresponding vcok of last year Oho man in the Kentucky peniten tiary who liai 1ecn tliero about five years lias now as companions in misory six of tlio jurymen who sent him thoro Harrison Courior Errors in Pronunciation Why should so many persons say ppontanighity instead of spontancei tysayfl tho New York AdvortUcr There is no excuse torsaying ap pricol u pricot or eck qtmblo lor ec qiiable orEr rin for E rin or asa fidity asa lotida or for or Adon is iihort 0 for Ado uis long 0 or niat trou or jiat tron and so on It is just as easv lo accent tho last syllable as tho first in proteiific Some puivons call bomb boom instead of bum because the spelling srenis lo warrant it but whon they call tedious tejus thoy have no such apparent warrant In tho West and South the P in isolato is niado long and nearly everywhere educated per sons say for tor lov ver for lce ver and give tho sound o...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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