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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 16 October 1894

t o v Cfaleft Cefcut ibe inscription on Chinese coins Uiio those on thoir tapestries porce lains and other artistic productions aro always quaint curious and char acteristic A gold coin issued hy tho Chinese government during tho reign of Wu Tsung hftd upon its face the inscription True virtue current Money A bronzo piece issued dur ing tho seventeenth century by Chwang Leih Ti bears the words Highest purity currency money The coin issued by Tsung from 1851 to 1852 boro tho words Prevailing prosperity the larger also Largo t money and on tho reverse Value one hundred times meaning that their yaluo was 100 cash A bronze pioco lsaued during the same period bears tho words Always bright iuioincr iuco ui uie same reign has upon his face Prevailing pros- yroiluj xivivyj uiuuoj JUU UiUOO cash of tho presont emperor of China bears tho words Bright beginning current money and on tho reverse Treasury weight ono naaco and tho name of the mint at which it w6 coined The Korean coinage which 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. — 16 October 1894

M - r m fcsr kVlW Vfi r fa wr rev - f Bi EV v v if f V t i uV I K 7 r Otcrcomt by Hit unforeseen Tho man with kidney disease may first apply for relief from dropsy or skin eruptions or the woman withlddnoy dlscaso or female weakness may first apply for treatment for Jamo back or fullness about tho eyes or moth on the face Pcoplo often find themselves In tho situation so nptly figured by tho Hon John Allen of Miss tho wit of tho 61st Congress Hero is hla cele brated rhymo let fly on tho floor of tho House to tho great amusement of that body Theres Wanny runs tho post oflWo And Levi runs tho bar Whilo baby runs tho White Houso And d n it here wo are Well its so with tho afflicted To avoid those ills or to euro them Dr Fcnners Kidney and Backache Cure will not disappoint Tho Rev A J Mcachaxt lato presiding Elder Grovo City Pa Apr i I8S2 writes For 25 years I suffered with kidney difficulty and used only 3 bottles of Dr Fcnners Kidney and Backache Cure I have had less baefcacho in tho l...

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. — 23 October 1894

rj U I lOLY A weekly journal identical in interest with its own people DO YOU f1aii Street r winsvniKHY fy i a mg Mim In Floyd county twenty miles from Irostouburg oil bus boon strucK in groat abundanco from ono well which was struck last wcdlr 30000 gallons ran out in three hours mid six niiiiii tes Excitement runs high in that section From five wells which Have jeon sunk three of tliem aro navinjr ncs Gas is also found in paying quantities v i i Dr W O Nfisbitt will move hie family here to day and occupy tho mwlsonirt i evidence on Mavsville trcot lie lately purchased of Mr D L Bailgor Mr D L Badger and wife have gone to tho country to board with Air and Mrs John English ii i Black Band coal by tho car load at couts at A M Touch ll 3t FHAT DO YOU takemedlcino for Because you want to gctwiiU or ffjfcp well of course Remember Hoods Sarsaparilla Cures wjj J MT STEKLIa KENTUCKY TUESDAY OCTOBER 26 1894 WANT TO BUY A GOOD SUIT OF CLOTHES WANTaTO BUY A GOOD OVERCOAT WANT TO BUY A GOOD HA...

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. — 23 October 1894

C T lTWWfH1inr THE ADVOCATE Tho third annual meeting of the Kentucky Bankors Association was held in Paducah Wednesday and h Thursday Tho Loxow Investigation Commit tee lias decided to investigate tho Now York police officials Coiumisulouorfr and leading politicians - in 1 Tho nogro Republicans of the Louis ville District arodissatifled that their raco 1b not represented on tho ticket and aro making preparations to put out a ticket ot their own A bronzo fltatuo of Dr J Marion Sims is to bo unvailud at Now York This is said to bo tho first btatuo erected to a momher of tho medical profession in tho United States Prof Ramsoy tho famous Scotch lecturer on Tho Acts of tho Apos tles holds a gold medal presented to him by tho Pope in recognition of hie services to roligiou aud his literary labors The registration of voters at Chicago was tlio heaviest ever known in the city tho total number being 205000 About 5000 women registered for tho privilege of voting lor trustees ot tho Stato Univ...

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. — 23 October 1894

I jfc - j t T - I k r fi2 5 J 1f iLirtutrlTtrce L Hf A ti I I P She tQod la th tndr twilight X AVhlUitho soft wliyi whUpered by Homoloas friendless and weary Under tbo ovonlng sltv Ttio scent of violets vm wafted From be Brassy turf at Iter feet And tbo promta of coming summer Miido all things wondrous sweet m Dnt alone sbestood In tbo twlllglit V With the dowon her yollow hair- j And bor soft eyes dimmed by unshed tears With never ft friend to core V And novor a roof to shelter her Or a kindly word Is said As from door to door sho moves along Begging bor dally bread Oh think of bor in your cheerful homes When the twilight shadows como And you gather around your bounteous board In the safo and happy borne Olvo her a kind and gerftleword You can surely eparu her that She may como to your door at any time Tho bomolcss old tramp cat Philadelphia Times U SWEET BOM BY Wo used to wondor where or how Roxio first camo into existence Sho iiorself said sho had been a woman ver since she began...

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. — 23 October 1894

1 ADOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAHY Tuesday October 16 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner Wo aro authorized to announci John C Wood as a candidate for Rail road Commissioner for tlio Eastern District of Kontncky subject to tin action of tlio Republican party DEMOCRATIC TICKET Election Tuesday November 6 For Congress HON JO M KENDALL of Floyd county Eor Congress short term HON M BECKNER of Clark count I am a candidate for Constat io o the 3rd district composed of the pre ciuctRof Spencor Howards Mill anc Hart subject to the will of the Deni ocratic voters at the November elec tion 1894 JI L Williams CountyTicket County Judge A B WHITE County Attorney A A HAZELRIGG County Clerk LUCIENB GREENE Sheriff Jailer WILLIAM SLEDD J W CIIENAULT Assessor allen Mccormick Croner GEORGE C EASTIX Survejor J M OLIVER Magistrate District No 1 HOWARD C HOWELL Constable DUti ict No 1 - M CCLAY Magistrate District No 2 JOHN WMORRIS Constable District No 2 JAMES GIBBONS Magistrate District No 3 It B CR...

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. — 23 October 1894

f if a IJOU V 1 J w p f r M STAB I 1 y iMixed Painttfuality guaran teed at 1 85 per gallon AlsoVWJiito IJeifd and Linseed Also colors in oil Also Varnit hoi 3iratid8como THOsi KENEDYS The Draist Tor puro upplo vinegar and pure splcesgo o Adam Bauui Son Senator B F Rice of Washington D C who has been visiting at J G Trimbles left for Now Mexico Mon day Miss llanuio Burroughs the popular teacher who has been sick for the past four weeks is we aro glad to Bay umproving m 1 -I m Saturday morning at tho executive Mansion Miss Susan daughter of Gov Brown died of consumption She was a member of tho Catholic church Bor remains wore taken toHonderson for burial Alexander Dompsoy McLendon of Florida walked 200 miles recently in order to enter tho Bible Training School at Tuskogoo Ala and was very happy when ho reached the end -of his long tramp Mr Charles Harris an hid and high- ly rcsppcted citizen of North town died yesterday morning aged 31 years He was an uncle of Mrs Wm Bttrrousrhfl of t...

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. — 23 October 1894

V N KhMd MIRANDA Thojr had ft small and early at Te io W fei ma across too way Whore tlio seasons iuddlnft beauties blushed In summer tlmo array A galaxy of loveliness rose beaming on tho view And only tresses harbored gloom and only oyes wore blue Dut In ull that starry oakerlng tho fairest spot to me Was where tho sweet Miranda poured tho cof fee and tho tea Oh nor fnco was like tho lily when the shlno follows shower And the men around hor hovered Hko tho bees around a bower How they hungered for her glances when her lids wero lifted up Ifshcsuillcd on one twas sweeter than the sugar in his cup And her little trills of laughter seemed celestial melody To tho swulns who watched Miranda pour tho cofTeo and the tea Skillful bculptor nover molded who could re produce the turn Of tho arm of sweet Miranda as she tips tho steaming urn Yellow blooms will bo the fashion whoa tho news is spread abroad Each gallant of tho countrysldo will woo tho Jealous god For before tho seasons oer tetca ...

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. — 23 October 1894

L 11 I j U HE tongues hands 1- it i r WANTED INFORMATION 15 tli BMtelir Heard Hi gleryaa Sap lHel IlU Need raw beef trood for n black eyoi e naked iw ho entered n butcher Bhop oa MicliigRn nvonue It is accounted good thing re plied the butcher Take off tho anuKorcnioi aim iot uio tseu x uow 1 t von crot a hard one didnt you I -was unconscious for 10 minutes r tho feller hit mo Gimme about pounds 0 raw material Tnn dnnf wrnnf nvnr n nniinrl nr 1 1 j Mt once a reuow mi you ou 1 Ho did Ho jest hauled off and drew in his breath and jumped on Miq blow I thought 1 Had been ftruck by a thunderbolt Cut tho meat purty thick I suppose you wore talking poli tics queried the butcher as ho sharp ened hiB knifo yiNo sir never talk politics put you had n dispute No Bir never dispute If a man abnt believo as I do I lot him be lieve as ho wants to Mavbo veil called him a liar persisted tho butcher as ho cut at tho meat No sir never called a man a liar in mv life Better make that two pounds You see I...

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. — 23 October 1894

V r fflJJr vj mp Ita fivttrrnmahti til itnfnrtMttn Tho man with kidney dlscaso may first onply lor relict from dropsy or skin eruptions or tho woman with kidney dlscaso or female weakness may first npply for treatment for latso back or fullness about tho eyes or moth on tho face Pcsplo often find themselves in the situation so nptly figured by tho Hon John Allan of Miss the wit of tho 51st Concres3 Heroin htscelo bwtcd rhymo lot fly on tho floor of tho House to tho great amusement of that bdy Theres Wenny runs the post offloe And Levi runs tho bar White baby runs tho White Houso And d n it hero wo arc Well its so with tho afflicted To avoid those Ills or to euro them Dr Fcnnors Kidney and Backacho Curo will not disappoint Tho Rev A J Mcachant lato presiding Elder Grovo City Pa Apt 4 18C2 writes For 25 years I suffered with kidney difficulty and used only 3 bottles of Dr Fcnncrs Kidney and Backache Cure I have had less backacho in tho last 10 years than I formerly had in 10 minutes I...

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. — 30 October 1894

I M M v s ft tr A -I WuJ u O enabled to givo our customers ftae benofit of all tho newest yPari idoaB and adapt them to their individual tastes Seeing so many styles they are ablo while following tho gonoral fash ion ot tho Beason to givo an in dividuality to each dress mak ing no two alike AddresR all order to the firm f j r Tho Gtowart Dr7 Goods Co incorporated WK ooisvniriY E WHAT DO YOU take medicine for Because you want to getwell or keep well of course Remember Hoods Sarsaparilla Cures I have For Sale fJr n salo a No 1 Jersey cpwSiifllfUOwin good milic nlv to M S TylerV - 12 3t - jr n V V DO YOU flaiiv Street kf v s L Falling in Line All tho Democrats who did not got their frionds nominated in tho Pri mary or who had auy other cause of complaint against the party havo had an opportunity to givo tho fellows whom they thought did not do them or their frionds right a good cussing Many of them havo availed themselv es of tho opportunity Tho facts are Komo of us -were not a little ...

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. — 30 October 1894

k I fc JbBu k A 1 v3Br raffl THE OTOCATE Vice Prcsidotlt Slcvonsouis in Now -York to take a hatid in thoKjainpaign for Senator Hill t f Irlvohlsaat of Chicago has ceased UpStart nbwspapors now and is try ing 10 start Mr William McKiuleyr Versailles h8 taken the precaution to quarantine against towns in thai locality where dipthcrin i9 epidemic I IMI HI Bpurko Cokeran was in West Vir ginia making speeches in the interest of Ropresentativo Wilson tho paet week Tho corner stone tor tho proposed 25000 Christian church in course ot constiuction ha9 been laid at George town with impressive ceremonies Three thousand homes wcio de stroyed by a violent succession of earthquakes near Yokohama Japan the past week 250 lives aro reported as lost The terms of thirty three United States Senators expire March 4 next Of those thoro aro twenty four Sou ator6 ten Domocrats and lourteen Republicans whoso successors aro to bo elected between now and March 4 Lomon Macaroons One pound of powdered RUgar fo...

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. — 30 October 1894

v w i J tf 5P AfjX f - TIDE OF TIM ft yriivive tkwrl4 with Ml wwwi 0r mighty BHreliil stlvVr strand Ji Bach new day I donj Whwi uitH redraw arabr iirrVl Ha faded in Una vvsst Wilt you remember aagfct dear love 0t one who lovd yo best When Bpring afiitsunimtir softly pas Awi Ro lden aiittimn ifwier Whea storm anitjililna alike Urlft by Fair light anil tearful rains Will you think sornotlmea still of me Of tender woda lmshd long While to your heart swcot nierary bring Strains from our old old song Then love thtlde e timo may roll Forever and for aye In endlees waves on y6n still shore Till even crovmt llfos day And whether light or darkness reigns Or shadows sweep abdyuV I knew thafcs troVig astlmo itself Will live and last yonr love -New York Ledgor A BEAB HUNT On my first overland journey to California in lSfei we iaado camp one evening among the foothills on the southeastern slope of tain As ny Indians had troubled us nor sign been seen for the preceding six days we somewhat relaxe...

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. — 30 October 1894

w t vtetfU at v Sss If Kirkpatrick is elected the Court house will no longer belong to tin county it will be known thcucefoiti as Kirks Court houpo Let every Democrat in tho count go to the polls next Tuesday place hi X under tho rooster and save Mi ORear tho necessity of keeping hi pledge to iiU Coon constituents Senator Blackburn said in hi speech hero Thursday night Ihatth only monuments tho Republican part had left to the country weie ii Trusts aud its Tramps Ho shouh have added its Coon voters We havo not heard whether Kill proposes to givo his odorous fellow citizens a reserved ticket ot udinissioi to Ins Court house or not It would probably bo a good thing to do a fiomo impudent tobacco grower from the country might get in first and se cure tho culled jrpinanV chair The nogronsto whom Edard ORear has piomised 20 each for their votes would better collect their money early in tho morning They should bo cor tain to get that twenty dollar bill bo foro thoy vote for tho money like...

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. — 30 October 1894

0 7 s J m W Mi1 V rV iniinmnpefmwipwp i Mi ft - 7 V 5V iQftll fttlll as f U X THOS KENEDY A TheLeadiig - - Druggist i rriftbWof 1 aveaything at treasonable prices t A good authracito utovo and a Co lumbus buggy for salo at a bargain 14 3t II II Rgo TSlder B Yf Trimble will preach at tBothlohem next Sunday The Protracted meeting at tho JMothodist church will continue during Tthia week Ifov E J Fenatomachor of Clinton vllle will preach at Spencer church of Ohrist next Sunday Democratic clubs are being formed in Masou county in order to bring out the full vote Call ou the County Clerk to day or to morrow and register It will bo your last opportunity Itov J W Loving has resigned as tpaitor of the Baptiskchurch at Ghent Ity to accept a call from tho Burk ville Va church Rev B A Dawes of Carlislo is as sisting pastor Humphreys in a series ofmeetiug at tho Sharpsburg Baptist church Tho meeting began Sunday Next Saturday at eleven oclock tho ffV Baptists will hold a business mooting l at th...

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. — 30 October 1894

e 1 i S ri KV 5c I it M 0 iW ThE LOVSD ONES NAME 1h youth sat thero in Lis easy chair And from dozo fell to slumber Uoop - A smile played ovor his features fair Aod he murmured Iti his sloop -Two frlonds camo In and ho did not wake But uttered again -a name They did not distinguish tho word ho spake But a laugh to their gay lips came Why ho was a follow that scoffed at love When tho boysuscd to tell tholr talcs Hed say that friendship was far above Tholovo that at most times fiills Yet her ho was their comrado dear And they heard In his sleep there cftrnci A If ho appealed to bome loved one near From his lips a f6nd murmured name Ila hal they cried wovo hlsBocrot now Ho can lovo Just the snmo as wo And wbou bo wakes ho must 6uro allow That In love matters nil nerco Then they softly stept and they nearer came And each slyly nudged tho other Onco moro a longing volco called tho namo This time they heard It two Mother Ah all serious now tholr faces grew They had mothers loved of their ...

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. — 30 October 1894

f rcY WM1 v i to a It mimmtZiUT ESd rM1 w EXASPfttWW ADn angles to tneaxis or ttio tuDe Tho hull of Jm KUMitS A Cam of tnmn MWTMin jEveirytMmf Aiyrwr AppMs to lVe Xew It id not only true that there Utotfcxr Boos vsrho read only the newspapers bwt read theni very thoroughly It terparjfcotlyauiBK how I6ng they take oyer it especially in clubs I noticed the other day what I ran rare was AjiwmuJy benevolent old jtAeuian for an tfyenhig papery J Which yr in handand going through tlie whole gamut of human passion from impatience to despair He was one of those persons who talk to themselves and under the circum stance unnecessarily loud At first he was almost placid I ftippoflo he will have done wih it presently ho muttered Then Why fee man must bo redding tho auvertasemouts uien Yyny the fellow mult be learning it by heart then The wretch must be doing it on purpose1 and then At lastl when it was put down and he fell upon it like a tiger I am sorry to Bay this was not tho nd oi it ior fin...

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. — 30 October 1894

J fh T wm HE K c KSrrc 2e iterntr and more revolting phasoa of lifo ara subdued and tho higher qualities of friendship and lovo obtain on tho yielding of human suffering1 and the restoration of health strength and contentment Tho following is calcu lated to assuage human passion and be- get elevated thoughts and actions II S Catc merchant North Oakland Pa writes Please send six bottles of Dr Fenners Kidney and Backache Cure to Samuel Catc Amesburg Mass It is for my mother who would bo glad to give you a strong recommendation of this medicine as she thinks it has pro longed her life It is equally good in all kidney diseases femalo complaints blood and skin diseases etc If satis faction not given money refunded Take homo a bottlo to day SJ MS SI SlM fc Dr Gfc Cox was thrown from his buggy last week and badly bruised On Sunday night a houso in Mattio Leo belonging to Nelson WatkhiB was burned Tho family was away from homo and as no lire was known to bo about tho premises it is supposed...

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. — 6 November 1894

U KL H V A 1- h W H wm fit r A J if 1 MT VQlfa J DO YOU incorporated 1 tfWE I umsvrurUY Qur Shoes Are Works - Of Art Thoy nroinadc by the largest manufacturers who employ the best skilled labor in the world Shoes can be ordered by mail with case If they dont fit thoy can be returned to us Why not write for our FalL Catalogue Mons Patent Lnathor Lace and Congress 5 00 5 50 0 00 Mens CalLKce Bluchnr and Congress 400 500 and G 00 Mens Cult Noedlo Too Lace 3 50 and 5 00 Mens Slippers nil colors 1 50 1 75 2 00 and 2 25 Ladles Kid I3u ton and Lace Shoos patent tip opera too ami heel A to E 2 50 2 75 Ladies Kid Button aud Lace Shoes common sense sizes 2 to 7 A to E 2 50 2 75 and 3 00 Ladies Whito Slippers 1 50 and 2 00 Infants soft solo button and lace Shoe black white pink and blue 0 to 4 Prices 50c 60o aiid 75c Child Kid Button Shoes pa tent tip and plain Price 1 00 Child fancy colored Shoos and patent leathof 1 35 B to E 1 to G 1 25 Misses Kid Spring Heel But ton Shoes patent tip A to E...

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. — 6 November 1894

t - it We bar all m cfaildrea roado td piesbut tho chilJren at n Jiot ppriug at Gaudaloupa Mexico cook tiaeiu eat them anil besides that toakd pocket money hy selling them to tourists as souvenirs A peculiar yellow clay is found there and the Natives say that tho mud pics made M it by the children aro not ill fla Vdred They speak from tho recol lections of childhood though I think as I never saw an adult eat them There is an interesting legend con nected wath the spring It is said to have been of miraculous origin An aged pilgrim footsore weary and hungry lay down to rest whero the spring now is to eat for three days and there was joto village or house even for many miles A rabbit had been caught in a thicket even as tho goat was that staid Abrahams hand There was no means of preparing it for food however Tho pilgrim had tho faith that moves mountains Planting his foot in the yielding soil he stood up The Ice Cream Wet A report in ono of tho medical journals from a well known physi ...

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