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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 16 April 1895

SV if 4 Y 9 ROHB THE ADVOCATb The detailed report of the IloaUh Department shows that Brooklyn Is healthier than any othor of tho worlds groat oitioR Tho Michigan Senate has pa6S0cl a hill to repeal tho law undor which Roman Catholic bishops can hold t church proporty in trust William Shlpp of Midway has sur rendered to tho authorities at Loxing ton to bo tried for tho murder of Samuel Brown of color Heavy Importations of rico through tho port of Savannah aro disturbing plantorsin hat section Tho import ed rice comes from Japan English coal mines produced 188 277G25 tons of coal in 1874 exceeding thohiiihost previous record that of 1891 by nearly thrco million tpns n t nil i JLI1U uVUlllHu a jjnuiai y gtimoro has withdrawn from tho JNR tlonal Federation of Womon on ac couiitof tho admission of clubs of fcored women Hnld Stroam the celebrated ---- -- - DUghbred farm noar Lexington nnrlv thn nronortv of Maior J C fclark has boon sold to Col Ji E olph for 15000 Padcrewski is sharing hi...

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. — 16 April 1895

CM Is R tt I 3 A V V- St nw ft oRi Hfi as - reify mksI Wm tmk mm PH or mm m 4 I I If I r ti ft mf in m 1 - iJiiaiKiwiiiiiilviiiiiwiifirirrifNi - mii jwiiiijMiMBMa v- n A u iittizr t rs iVVWdJ 4fd iff h 6r 2fl ro poiwl txpoundtS Dridgot hits her hand against the store and cries out with pain Sho applies Dr Fennera Golden Relief and tho pain is cone Johnny atvoko in tho night screaming for tho pMn in stomach tho cherries had brought on A teaspoonful of tho Relief is given Immediately Johnny is dreaming Tho sick mother Just roturned from her Southern trip is no better Tho heetio flush is still on her cheek and gloom hangs over tho family circle Tho Golden Relief is used a month and a euro results Tho explanation is Golden Relief curet Inflammation No inflam mation no sore from burn no hurt from Cher rlcs no consumption Contains no opiates nar cotics or mineral poisons Safe and certain Ono tablespoonful cures La Grippe it no vcr de ceives nor disappoints Monoy refunded it sat lstaction ...

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 April 1895

k ji Posm i9kJiwl ii MT voly PuFify Blood Jbtbiy Wffik r vi - fv tn B V USING ElycLs Honduras U sa j Important It is important that ovory member uof the Baptist church of Mt Sterling bo present next Sunday morning April 28 at 1030 oclock Bocauso atthattimb Rev Everotlo Gill wl 1 answer whether ho will continuo with bho church as pastor and questions relative id tho matter will bo cd Bo soon and bo there promptly You -with - spend -- RA M N m Brings its full return Every purchase made of us is appreciated We do not assume that you cannot buy elsewhere but we do claim that we have the QUALITY uu w Zt Here are tWo pointers S FOR Y0lL B4V V t Pointer No I Consider your lioalih when you buy an articlo of food or refreshment and buy only pure wholesome articles Pointer Mo 2 Consider your finnncos and buy the best because its tho cheapesfc an inferior arti clo is dear at any price BAUM SON YVIll givo you a great many pointers about these things if you will call i at their v grocery Darilla...

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 April 1895

A - - Wf jt M ISJM2W KiTt SHiKffl TTU m mimm it2l l THE ADVOCATE In Times Gone By Tho aucionts know how to TVindoil dice havo been founil cheat in the ruins of Horcutancum Tho obsorvauco of Lout is ono of tho oldest customs among Chiistians nations It is in fact 8 custom of such antiquity that ltd beginning is -involved in obscurity Tho oldest known valontino in verso is said to bo in tho Kings Libraij at tho British Museum It was -written by tho Duko of Orleans in tho tower after his capturo at tho batllo of Agiucourt 1415 Papyrus leaves over 3000 years old havo boon found at Thobes describing runaway slaves and offering a roward for thoir capturo and at Pompeii an cient advertisements havo boon de ciphered on tho walls Tho American revolutionists of 1776 woro opposed by 291G6 mou bought by tho British Government in Hesse Brunswich and Anspach For these men tho King paid 25035000 or about 875 por man Of tho whole number of mercenaries 11843 per ished in tho war Tho early Christians...

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 April 1895

L 4j l IV V I- 4 s pW IF r I 6r mm f AV Si 3 i THE ADVOCATE bSMWtitiVStHiMtl T The Werld Over It Bald that 400 babios aro born daily in Loadou In Franco thoro aro far moro fomalo than malo bicyclists Lord Kelvin maintains that tho arlh is 0110 hundred million years old Russians aro said to bo much 5a favor of bolngburied In glass coffins Spectacles wero first UBcd in tho lattor partof tho Thirteenth coutury Gormany is far ahead of other countries in tho numbor of telephones In tho wholo of Franco thoro aro not so many telophones as aro in Berlin alono A rod Bunsot forotolls dry weather becauso it indicates that tho air toward hn wobL from which quartor rain toaay too generally bo expected qqu tains little molsluto There wero 1776471 1 bunches df bananuas -consumed in the United States last yoar Jamaica Cuba Honduras and Columbia supply most of- tho fruit It is within tho easy tnomory of peoplo of middle agowhon a bananna was a great rarity It is a well known fact that tho milkmaids ...

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 April 1895

S R ft 1 fcC K 1 i sywrf 1 ji K 11 iIm im n If i J3 DOCATE PUBLISHIHG COMPAHY Tuesday April 23 1895 ANNOUNCEMENT For Railroad Commissioner Wo are authorized to announce Jolui C Wood as a candidate for Rail coad Commissioner for tho Eastern District of Kentucky subject to the action of tho Republican parlj For Representative lam a candidate lor tho office of Representative of tho counties of Montgomery aud Menofop subject to Che action ot the Democratic part N F Vikkct Wo arc aulhoiizjd to announco Mr W F Hortou as a candidate to rep resent tho counties of Montgomery aml Menefeo in the Lower llouso of the Geuoral Assembly of Kentucky subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Wc are authorized to annoucp II 31 Woodfoid af a candidate for Rep resentatives from this Legislative dis trict composed of Montgomery ami Aienofeo counties subject to tho action of tho Democratic party or Superintendent ot Public In structlon I am candidate for the uominatioii tor Superintendent of Public I...

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 April 1895

I 11 A i B fie il This is the time of the year when Hor ses and Cattle need a good tonic con dition powder to tone them up For th purpose Standard Horseaod Cat- tie Powder i IS THE BEST A ilb Boxes 20c WrWWfclK PnvnT of J WJ YO 0 vie lb Boxes S in gSoId only by r Mut rTHOS KENNEDY iV rS Druggist sJusts wo arc closing our forma the announcement of Mr II M Wood fordfor Representative is handed to Mr John It Sharp is greatly im proving his rosidoiico on High street Born on tho 16 inst to W R Nun- iiolloy and wife a daughter Eliza ollins Tho residence property of John B zhlpps on Harrison Avonue is near- iugcomplotion Every momber of tho Baptist church is urged to bo present next Sunday morniug April 28 promptly at 1030 Mr W H WHkorson has routed and yesterday moved to tho Mrs JR M McKeq property on Ilichmond Avc ujie near Star Planing Mill Messrs Pickrol have purchased a largo handsome pair of dun horfes j Jtana now harness for their fine ico jwagon xi is oven roiroBinng to see Set 4iV...

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 April 1895

VSTll - fITJJW THE ADVOCATE Mhsl Tlliey Think of Clevelands Letter Tho lotter Is couched in plain terms anid is porvaded by tho essence of common scusp Memphis Scimctar President Glovolands lottor is an annca to tho common souso of tho Country and can not fail to havo a pK found effect Atlanta Journal Tula is tho kind of literature that luo second mouoy party needs and it not bo too zealously forced upon iha attention of tho people burgh Loader The lotter is earnest in its tono and 3olcmu in its warning but it lacks simplicity and this oflect leaves room nfor rtflso impressions Pittsburgh VTJie lotter is courageous and un equivocal in opposition to free silver tiud other dangerous forms of inllatiou St Louis Globe Democrat lie Cleveland becomes tho leader au tho fight for honest money and his 7lirm6taud will have a stimulating and -encouraging effect upon both his party aud tho country Indianapolis 3Tcws President Cleveland hit tho nail on ttho head and drove it home in writing 3he ...

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 April 1895

V 4 THE ADVOCATE HOW TO COOK BEEFSTEAK slound well your inot until the libera brenk B sure that nxt you have to broil tlio steak Good coals In plenty nor a moment leave But then turn It over this way nnd that Tho lean should bo tjulto rare not bo tho fat The platter now ami then tho Julco receive Tnton your buttor place Uon your meat Salt pepper turn It ovor servo and cat Ex rrr M - Spectacles wclo first used in the latter part of tho Thirteenth contury U The rare operation of amputation at tho hip was recently performed at Cincinnati Thoilrst crop of tea grown in Natal was in tho year 1881 To day Natal tea is common AttheBonMarcho cheap markot Paris lasl year GG2 persons wore ar rested for kleptomania In the Bank of England sixty folio volumes or ledgors aro filled daily with writing iu keeping tho accounts Sixteen pints of tho juice or which makes India rubbor aro quontly taken from ouo treo U Bap Tho climato limit to tho cultivation of wheat is not so much tho cold of winter as t...

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 April 1895

o - n r V fcss fhjfciJfyi jt - 1J i uit3Ju - Vkl A T wf W Restored to Ma family Who say tho clouds of Hfo havo not a silver lining Look at littlo 4 year old Grover Reynolds Watson 111 His father Daniel W Reynolds after describing tho littlo sufferers long illness continues Finally a gravel was forced into tho urothra and re mained there producing blood poison ing and dropsical effusions He was treated by a council of eminent phy sicians They made incisions to let the water out and finally properly advised an operation but confessed the littlo sufferer was so weak death would likely result I refused and began giving him Dr Fenncrs Kidney and Rackacho Cure Before one bottle had been en tirely taken tho stone had become so far dissolved by tho remedy that it passed out of itself and tho child is well and Bound to day This shows its power in dissolving stone It is equally pow erful for good in all kidney diseases Money returned if satisfaction not given Take a bottle homo to dn A Cincin...

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 April 1895

frs i r a lwtv y K ft V VOXY m W flu i widow Sho had given a Tri n m 1 lr WEEKLOURNAL i fjfjfisli Purify JBlood BV USING Lloyds Honduras Satsaparilla Made only from the purest ind best drugs roots and herbs Manufac tured only by ggggggggMMSI Death of Mrs Isabella M Berkley Death has been reaping a rich har dest among tho older membors of our community during tho past few months Wo aro again called upon to chroniclo tho doparturo of anothor Mrs Isabella M Berkley died on Sat urday night April 27 1895 having rounded out tho full limit of four ecoro years Her maiden name was Koas and July 14 1836 when in the bloom of voung womanhood sho mar ried Mr B P Berkley ono of tho best known and most prominent business men in this section up to his death in 1881 Tho children who blessed their union God saw fit totakoin early childhood But tho mother heart that was denied tho opportunity to satisfy itself with lovo for her own did not close up but wont out to oth ers who shared her homo and mothe...

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 April 1895

THE ADV06ATE twt And now it hascomo to cats An international cat show was opened in Now York Tuesday t Frank McCuo a well known young man of Shurpeburg becamo suddonly imauo over music the pa3t week 1 1 By the collapso of tho amphitheater surrounding a cock pit in Mexico six men woro killed and sovoral injured Willio Simms tho Amorican jockey attracted as much if not more atten tion than tho Princo of Wales at tho Ep on races Senator J C S Blackburn declined an invitation to delivor an address at tho Detroit Chamber of Uommorco banquet Mav 2 Two piles of tattered clothing woro picked up in a Vienna Btrect whoro morbid womon had fought to get into a court whore a murderer was on trial William McClurg ha9 boon indicted for tho murder of Lum Inglehart in Daviess county and the widow of tho man killed has sued his slayor for 15 000 damages - Virginia Marshall Brown has been granted a divorce irom J Archibald Dixon Brown tho Governors son and Private Sccrotary upon tho ground of abandonm...

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 April 1895

E Vrt V JL I A I f V ft 1 V3 THE ADVOCATE - No Law In Kentucky JucSgo Saufloy is vory sovoro in hie donuuciation of tho practice of carry ing concealed deadly weapons and a6 an abstract proposition all he Bays is well enough But tho practice of carrying concoal jd deadly weapons is not bo much a diseaBe as it is a symptom dt social disease too deeply eoated to be cured by tho indignation from tho bench In Eugland mondo not carry weai ons In Eastern States gentlemen going about their daily busiuoss do uot carry weapons In England mur derisraraoly commit ol oponly Tho only danger is from some drunken brute or from scheme of robbery- So ciety thore is menaced chiefly by tho criminal classes and they aro well un der control and bo it is in our Eastern States It is not so in Kentucky Hero tho law licenses crime Not one cane in one hundred of murder is punished Murder is not tho crime of tho crimi nal classes but of tho rcspcctablo citi zens Men take vongonco with their own hands Thoy def...

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 April 1895

JW Our New Stock Ranks First in Quality and Assortment Mr Henry M Vi odtord has an nounced himself as a candidato for Representative from tho district com posed of the counties of Montgomery and Menofeo Mr Wood lord is a lawyer of no moderate ability bright popular and ambitious and will if elected mako a Representative whoso ability will at once give him a place in the front rank ot his fellow members Mr Woodtord is a fluent speaker a ready debater and a man of ideas Ho will bo a formidable can didato before tho people of tho dis trict He is not the man to go into a light and then let his opponent do all tho scrapping ho can bo ro lied upon to give an account of himself in any contest in to which ho enters The wide clrclo of personal frionds that Mr Woodford possesses aro to bo counted no mean start in a vaoo like this It is tho IresE trau scl pt that gives credit to tho Associated Frees corre spondent for tho sensational reports that have gone from this city This and all other cor...

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 April 1895

v M 4 V i v v iV standard Horse aM Cat A PVi J hr tle Powder IS THE BEST 1 lb Boxes 20c 7 lb Boxes 125 25 lb Boxes 3 Sold only by JHOS KENNEDY Druggist -Oh dont touch my arm isthe J familiar cry 1 Peerless White Lime at A Baum Sous reaching at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening Jby pastor A five dollar framo carbon at Bryans for two dollars Good to July 1st 40 Ct There will be a business meeting at the Baptist church next Satur day morning at 11 oclock Rov Laymau of Lebanon Tonu will preach at Gilcad May 5 with a viow of accepting the charge rfihis church when his courso in the Somiuary is finished vTho young people of the Baptist church will meet nt thoir house of worship next Sunday afternoon at oclock at which time a Young JPjrpplcs Organization will be ef fected The Bracken Board of Missions of the Baptist church has appoint ed the Rev Richard French of Winchester as one of their mis sionaries and endorsed the call ox tended him by the Howards Mill I- -church Mr ...

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 April 1895

it V S la 4 JBpWjtMlMi rvflRWAy rttWWIy PMyi fra dtawki THE ADVOCATR Tho grand total of appropriations Kiiada bj tho last session of tho Fifty ldvd Congress is 497008520 Conrirn Trn7inr tllO 111811 who trayedthe Greenwood train robbery 2g violently insauo and not expected to live i ll - About forty Madison county corpor ations have been indicted for failure to alio reports with tho Secretary of -State i Tho Louisville Board of trade will seudacominitto of fifteou to tho Memphis sound money - soufercuce r Jj Judge Barr decides that Mercer county must pay its 125000 of bonds susued in aid of the Louisville South asm railroad i i in While two brothers were plaji x idia shot aim in La Porte g the mother day it was discharged killing oao oftiio boys instantly i r YEx Mayor J Hull Davidson of has been fined 50 and d to serve ton days in jail for carry fog a couccaled deadly weapon i Tho Wiscousiu Supreme Court up Etolds tho law providing that life im rprisoument works absoluto divorce wat...

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 April 1895

r J pTFi u THE ADVOCATE MAY 4Xow who nrt thon my drtlnty maid Im Apilla sister sir alio said jJhcn smiled eo heavenly swcot nid ranking mo a courtesy flno Bho dropped au nrmtul ot sunsblno ltlght down abput my feet Hor blush was ljke tho npplo blow lloroycsllkovlolotalhntgrow Ilcsido the meadow stream QUI buttcroups alpno would -dare - Mo match thobrlgct gold of her hair And all tho air did seem Sloh freighted with her fragrant breath a Now study happy Nature salth Thrice welcome maiden Jlny Mat V GIBD0N8 Williams In May Ladles Homo Journal Old papers for sale at this olflco Facts About Our Population Tho United States has 30554370 fomalo population In North America there arc 970 Womon to 1000 mon Wyoming has tho sinailost fomalo population 20302 Now York tho largest 3020960 3ho eleventh coneus showed that in a population of 62622250 there wero 7470049 porsons of Atrican doscont Almost all tho Hungarians Poles Bohomiane and Italians in this co r try Jiavo como during tho last ton yo...

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 April 1895

V i S age TWO TO FOUR MILLION PER MONTH No Country in the World Sue- ces fully Maintaininfl Free Coinage REASONS FOR HIS GOOD FAITH lion James B McCreary has 6ent out through the Courier Journal tho following statement as to tho his po sition on the Money issue Since Mr McCreary has 60 many friends among the readers of tho Advocatk wo do not find it necessary to apoli gizo for printing his statement entire oven if it is more than a little long Mr McCreary says I havo declined to 6peak or be in terviewed on tho silver question 6inco I returned from Washington because my published speeches show my po sition and because I was unwilling to do anything which looked like subor dinating Stato politics to senatorial as pirations or tin listing national ques tions into a Stato race Kentucky can not solve tho silvor question and its agitation now may causo division aud discontont hi tho Democratic par ty 1 expected after tho Stato con vention had nominated candidates to speak for tho ticket a...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 7 May 1895

VOLY m VSl 9 IV 11 1 j ly 0 mtJ Montgomery iJiulo society Tho flftio h aunual meeting of tlio Montgomery Biblo Society was hold A tho Methodist church on Sun day evening All the protcstant chuvfthes in tho town participated in tjris good work excopt tho Baptist which congregation contributes to tho Baptist Biblo Society rt omcors were eiectuu for thcomiug years president L T Chiles Vic6 Presitjruits The Residont Pas tors becretary Brown Uornclisoti J Treasurer Thomas K6nucdy i Executive Committee Howard JJvoll Silas StofeiyB W Trimble Unlin TI Rrnvnii TlniTV finmnhnll y r rvjRistribution for County Jail and Alni8 House R T Smith Depository Kennedys Drugstore I Tho next meeting of tho society will lin linld nt thn finiithnvn teriau church tho first Sunday in May 189C RovW E Kellar delivered a rikj8t admirable address which was razaitoiiuvuiy nsionuu to ami ncariuy L appreciated by tho audience c JI1IHU JH BUI1IU WUK Ul 1JUUSU11 iV OConuoll organizing a baso ball II ttjim in this city...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 7 May 1895

Ik 0 SI jfl il w Ft M V5 w h THE ADVOCATE HORSE AND TRACK Thoro is ovidcnco of reuowed ac tivity in all linos of business tbo horso business included Gcorgo Lcavitt says ho docs not caro whothor Gcorgo Wilkes has a dam or uot Ho needs no pedigree for wo all know what his offspring can do Says Scott McCoy Tho fewer horses a man has if they are good the more ho will mako on them and if they aro not iirst class ho had hotter havo none John Splan is famous for his com mon 8cnso remarks in horso sense most as much so as for his skill as a roinsman Hero is 0110 of his truths A good big horso is better than a good little one A stallion that is not worth adver tising is not worth breeding to for it cloarly goes to Bhow that the man who owns him has lost all faith in him or ho would lot tho public know just what ho had Thofcupplyof horses in Kontucky has decreased 85000 within tho last year Tho other States havo most likely douo the samo thing thcreloro it is only a question of a short tinio...

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