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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 7 May 1895

1lS IT i I W u r i brought back on a requisition to an swer for tho crime lio was to havo boen tried in tho Circuit Court last Ticsday Last Tuesday morning about clay light Columbus Phelps wont to his brothers house with a gun and on boing admitted to the house went immediately to tho room whoro Hen ry and his wife were ritill m bed lie eaid to Henry that ho would give him a horse aud 30 if ho wpuld testify at tho trial so that Iuh son would bo re leased Ho replied that ho would soo about t and immediately Columbus I JJfc worm A - Columbus Phelps Shoots His Broth er Henry at Bowling Green V Henry PholpB waB shot and killed by his half brother Columbus Phelps k Jdst Tuesday morning Tho caueo loading to the tragedy is as follows Several years ago Ras Phelps son of Columbus stolo a mulo from his uncle Henry and loft tho country About it two weeks ago ho was located by the iifnfflcoi fiiii Oklahoma Territory and tired killing him instantly - After tho killing tho murderer camo to town a...

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. — 7 May 1895

4 IV 7 9 r i FV v t k tffll jEsc il VtW 4ff - r -- - h 1 -- 21 M i n i r tf VrN - t TV - Fjr Suporintondont or Public In struction I am candidate for the nomination for Superintendent of 1ublic Inatruo Citu subject to the action of tho Dom ocratlc Coiivontion C W Fowlfie HIS ILVTFOItM TPoundation First course Tlie freedom of a lJepublic depends upon tiie general intelligence of its citizens Second -course Tins general intel ligence can be obtained in no oilier way than through tho public school Third course It it tho duty of the Stale to establish and maintain an efficient system ot live public schools tjuperstruoture Firt plank Lon jjer term gradual increase until every child ha the advantages of a Ctt mouths school Second plank Better teachers se cured a by more State normal schools b by a summer school for Institute Conductors and tho eating thereof r in cities of the tfirst tour classes Principals shall hold State certificate and Superintendents State diplomas Third plank Belter...

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. — 7 May 1895

jdt This is the time of Ifcs thefyear when Hor ft Ises and Cattle need Hk a good tonic con- dition powder to tone them up For y this purpose Standard Horse and Cat iv tie Powder K jiS -IS THE BEST ii WVW - VjV7 1b Boxes 125 VV25 11 Boxes 3 K3 Sold only by VTHOS KENNEDY h Druggist Tho City Council will moot to night BathCounty JOlrcuit Court bogan yCBterday r T J Bigstaff is at work on his now rosidonco on North Sycamore Btreot A five dollar frame carbon at P Bryans for two gdollars Good to JulyJ let 4 6t t William Shinp of Midway ia on trial atJLexingtoufor the murder of Sam Brown colored Tho Board ot the Public Graded School ro elected James W Groves as collector and clcctcdJJ D Tipton as assessor Mr L F Paynoj has removed his goods store into the new building corner of Main aud Broadway tho property of Mrs Eliza Jordon Aj Tho Now Farmers Bank building flpfrisidencc and business houBe is near- W ingOinplotion and will bo one of tho most convenient buildings in tho cit Knighthood 2 ...

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. — 7 May 1895

ss r THE ADVOCATE JFs Communication With Tho JPlanets Possible Do mon ltvo in any plaiiet but our own Aro thoy mentally and physic ally formed like ourselves If such beings do oxist will It bo posslblo to Jiold communication witli thonvacross ha millions of miles tbatseparato us Tiicso questions so purely theoretical aro of especial intorest at present We find in our daily newspapers the following item Tho probate will of Madamo guct widow of M Mars Guzman do- - ceased on tho thirteenth of June 1890 tat Pau No 9 Montponcler etreet wiaitis tho follow clause bequeth to tho Academy of Qcieuccs of tho instituto of France -200000 francs to establish a prize celiich vftll bo called after the name ol auyeoiij Pierre Guzman this will be given without exclusion of nationality to auyono who will find some way ol communication with a star I mean ttktt a signal shall be mado to a star ud an answer received thero from J exclude tho moon which appears td be euflicicntly known If tho solution of t...

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. — 7 May 1895

t ty - t THE ADYOGATK j - - JDonfc go down town town without calllnR at Bryans antl Booing his groat bargains 40 Ot A forgor who secured 0000 from a bank atButtr Mont a wook ago was caught in Chicago Ho had 4000 with him James Young shot and killed his wife four mllcB from Brazil Indiana Tnnsrtav and thon rcturnlncrto Brazil f killed himself Democrats of tho Missouri turo Tiavo inaugurated a move for f calling a State convention to consider I tho silvor question Tho widowed Duchess of Marl- 1s borough oncetrs Louisllamorelcy of Now York was Tuesday married in I- London to Lord William Bercsford m James B Gordon au alleged news paper correspondent was arrosted Tuesday at Nashville on confessed ctfarg03 of forgery bigamy and libel STwo war correspondents who wore forcibly detained in tho Foscadoro Is lands that thoy might not send dis patchos of tho massacro ot tho Chinese garrison will bo rescued by a British war ship Tho Tennossoo Coal Iron and Rail road Company proposes to ilomon 6...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 7 May 1895

v IT fr Ifc iXJ i K il t I a K L 1 u top fife- iH H m w FT1 -v ijEkk if aLi A i 4 i y I u Wt -- - iw j - - KVSn elk Sttalthv in lt atmroach Too often when tho situation becomes fully known it Is too late That Is truo of Kidney Disease A llttlo soreness a llttlo larnoness of tho hack Theso exclto no suspicion Suddenly ncuto Bymptoms supcrveno and death ensues It la like the fatal spring of tho wolf Let us reason together a llttlo 1 On tho slightest symptom why not uso Dr Fennero Kidney and Uackacho Curof 2 Uccauso It is guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded So you only pay for benefit actually received 3 If you should bo mistaken in fearing kid noy dlscaso It will do no harm and has nt any rato cleansed your blood given you rcnowed llf o as it were cleared your head toned up your stomach invigorated your nerves and fibre and insured you against tho dlscaso you car Tako homo a boltlo to day Thoro wore 231 business failures in tho United States during tho past week Five men were kill...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 May 1895

ii iP b ss ii i IfrT IV BSI ri a -v Te J7 s XKnmjar r iim00tfmtnmfim WftM flP Vol y rff 105 Tears Old Aunt Lucy Gossott au old colored woman in this city is able to trace hor ago to 105 years Sbo was brought hero from Augusta Georgia at the age of 21 years and has lived in thte city from that day to this Sho is now making a now quilt cutting hor own pieces and threading hor noedlo without tho use of glasses 4 Tho old colorod woman is of tho nion that sho is 115 yoars old but can not trace hor ago back further than 105 years Her mind is clear and she has none of tho organic woak uossoa which usually comes with old ago Tho administrator of John Fox a t brakemau of tho Louisville and Nash ville railroad who was killed at Row- tnd Ky has been awarded a WAont against thoLouisvlllo and villo Railroad Company for 10000 damages Fulton Gordon who was tried last week before Judge Thompson in Louisvillo for tho killing of Nixon and his Gordons wifo has boon acquitted f Don M Dickcrson will not...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 May 1895

v Bn vd ff Hi Bk - w - f V1 Br it K 1 p V w - t U ni u it iftj THE ADVOCATE A Monkeys Adventure With a Tho wilds of junglo lifo are full of interesting oxpcrieuccs and afford the curious traveller many straugo and poculiar incidents Tho only weap ons of animal defense and protection aro sagacity and instinct The bright sunny plains of India as well as tho low mountain ranges afford suitablo climato conditions for tho haunts of numerous hordos of monkeys of many different varieties Thoy need no training to manifest tho mischievous cunning peculiar to their species I havo often watched them for hours and laughed many times at their playful pranks as they gamboled together on tho ground and among tho trees Ono day I was much disturbed by tho unusual chattering of a troop of theso animals a short distanco from my bungalow I proceeded to tho sceuo of tho uproar when thoy fled in wild disorder with tho young cling ing to tho females by tho neck I looked if possiblo to find tho causo of th...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 May 1895

m lao r I i j a i I u V JvTrvf miV ADVOCATE Vfr Uief of Various Woods The shell bark hickory Jprovidcs vcaakets whip UandleB and tho back bows of Windsor chairs Tho pig nut htckefy Is preferred toany othor for axle trees aud ax handles Tho sugar Mrhuplo is ubc1 by whoelrighls for axle trees anu sposcB aim iur uihB -runners of coramou Blcds Dogwood ia used for the handles of light toole such as mallets small vises etc In ho country it eomotimos furnishes farrow tcotlj 19 Jug American termor also lining for tho runners of eleup The mountain laurel is selected for trtthe handles of light toole small screws it 1 XCV Cto it most reBomuiua 11 -wood aiid is most proper to supply its place Bowls aud trays aro mado of To btrch and when tho saplings of hickory and white oak arc uot to bo foujid hoops particularlyjthoso of rice ftisks arq mado of tho young stocks nd branches uot exceeding ono inch iu diameter Its twigs aro exclusive ly chosen for tho brooms with Vbih tho streets and country ya...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 May 1895

h y H vm 1 sr 4 qjLjj W y 1 rr a X i It1 a m i v- i iv p i EV rv A M TW s M - i 10 - IT P iSXT l ADOCATE POBLISHIHG COHPAHY Tuesday May 14 1895 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner Wo arc authorized to announces John Wood as a candidate for Rail- Second plank Bettor teachers cured a by nnno Stale normal uooIk I bv a sununor pchool for lusiilutc Coiidui lorf and flio catiiig thereof in cities of tho ftirsL Jour classes Principals shall hold State certilicatcH and Superintendents halite diploma Third plank Better and aompul wiry grading Pout ill plank Better and cheaper eolmol books Fifth plan Opposition to school iuply rusts of ovory description Sfsth plank The rigid enforcement of all ponaltios lor negloct of duty by Boliool officials of overy class If nominated I shall slupo my work f accordance with tho above C V FoWLEIt Senator Brico has issued a circular Initer to Ohio Democrats protesting TttAUist tho adoption in tho State con- reulion of any resolution favoring freo silver ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 May 1895

- i f Standard t ft if k W T- i This is the time of the year when Hor ses and Cattle need a good tonic Con dition powder to tone them up For this purpose Horse aid Cat- tie Powder IS THE BEST 1 lb Boxes 2ocj 7 lb Boxes i25 5 lb Boxes Sold only by TH0S3 KENNEDY Pruggist See Wat Gay for awnings Born ou tho 4th instant to John Noland and wife a on weight 15 pounds - Tho cottage residence of J D Rat liff on Harrison aventio is Hearing Tho amall poxoason Is about over and many arojjglad especially thoso who were not vaccinated The greatest bargains in beautiful ly framed carbons over offered in Kentucky at Bryans 40 Gt Denton Guthrie Co aioj doing a mammoth business Thoecrct of their success is through pviutora ink v The Sterling Dancing Club gave a a hop at tho National Ilotol on Tues day night It was a very pleasant affair Janancso Liver Pellets tiro the bes t kftfamily modielno for livor complaint amd constipation 50 pills iu vial 2o cents Thoro is a rumor afioatjthat a daily paper is...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 May 1895

j ii r 5 V a V llil 1 i 0 t m E J t V JTHE ADVOCATR rrcsidout Clovoland will havo a eswumoi cxecutlvo ofllco at Buzzards Cholora is spreading in Russia jn d jfiSiiropo is likely to liavo opidoaict cf tlio scourge i his summor Two men charged with doctoring tobacco samples at Clarksville woro convicted and fined 300 each Two thouoaud doctors are tho annual mooting of the Amori caji Medical Society at Haiti more Becauso ho thought no was un- Attention ot tho Stato Department Ins been called to tho case of Fuoutcs an American imprisoned in Havana DTe ischarged with conspiracy to sell ecus to the insurgents Lebanon Pa had a legal hanging Xke mureer was reloaded from jail after a terai of thrco j oars and re- iBlasts From the Rams Horn Every dollar the miser gets makes Itiiu poorer TUe religion that would kill a tmilo o is the face of a child doo3 not come fcoiu God When the devil is nearest to us ho smells tho least of brimstone When our friends leave ub God can isome very close There i...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 May 1895

l a m r k p r N - J r Y THE ADVOCATE Xokthly Crop Report Tho roporta of tho statistical corro spondonco to the ofllco this month has boon unusually largo and irom those roturnsl am justifiable in saying that tho coriditkm of all crops has advauced very groatly since tho last roport Tho wealhor has boon favorablo for grain and graesos of all kinds and for all kinds of farm work and tho farmer ii well advanced in spring work Tho prospect for hotter prices aro much bottor than last season quito a bor of farmers have engaged their wheat at threashiug time at 50 conts per bushel but many others aro hold i rg andfrom present prices they have good prospcctB for realizing more monoy Tho roport for wheat one month ago was DO to day it stands at 90 per cent an advance of G points Thero aro many diseases however to which it is liable in the next thirty days Tho timo for tho fly to show itself and for rust to strike it is just 0 before riponiilg or just before harvest I will quote tho remarks f...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 May 1895

f a iM P i I t i i li V P iirv fe4 4 lm i iTH A S Sfc w - Nlj H I X I A Is Stealthy in U approach Too often when tho situation becomes fully known H Is too late That ia truo of Kidney Disease A llttlo soreness a Httlo lameness of tho back Theso exclto no suspicion Suddenly ncuto symptoms supcrveno and death ensues It Is llko tho fatal spring of tho wolf Lot us reason togothcr a llttlo 1 On tho slightest symptom why not uso Dr Fcnners Kidnoy and Uaclcacho Curo 3 liccauso It is guaranteed to satisfy or money rof unded So you only pay for benefit actually received 3 It you should bo mistaken in fearing kid ney dtscaso it will do no harm and has at any rato cleansed your blood given you renewed llfo as it wero cleared your head toned up your stomach Invigorated your nerves and fibre and insured you against tho disease you fear Tako homo a bottle to day There aro about fifty bicycles own ed in tho city anil thcro aro rnoro com ing Ero long tho city will bo on wheels Forty Iowa Democrats ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 May 1895

m L p KP fim wi s if 11 k C We have placed our accounts in tho l hands of S W Gaitskill tor collec tion Our firm has dissolved part nership and our busincs must bo clos ed up at once We hopo every one in v jgrftlijcd to tho firm will mako it V E r V a a c M WS A Opening Kickapoo Reservation Perry 0 T May 19 Tho hcwb that tho Kickapoo Indian country would bo opened Thursday tho 23d at noon has caused groat excitement in Oklahoma Tho Kickapoo Reser vation is tho finest land in Oklahoma and cousIbIb of 20GQ00 acres but In- an allotments and school reserva tions talco up all but less than GOO quarter sections For two years hun dreds of people have been camping around tho country waiting for it to bo oponed and thousands arc going in to day It is estimated that no less ban 20000 people will contest for the G00 claims Must Be Paid Mieco9savy ior a suit to uo urouiu iy calling ou Mr Gaitskill before Juno JL 1 2iud Bottling his account GllEENE OiAY OllENAUIr On Thursday at Qwonsboro tho c i...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 May 1895

Bi I 3f ft 1 IS t 8 a - V 1 jci fr Q r VfTfWXJx Vv Making a Home Let no man count his life a failuio who has created and maintained or striven to do it a happy home And his lifo is a failure however brilliant may bo his career or however gilded may bo his pathway who having tho portunity to make a home has neg lected or misused it God pity tho man or woman into whose lifo the memory or experience of a happy home life has not entered Tho possession of a homo makes a conservative citizen It is the home less that form the army of tramps and idLeid so menacing to our institutions ut legislation has thrown a shadow over ottr nation and a tone of sar casm is mentioned tho laud of tho free and tho homo of tho brave Let us be thankful thata gleam of light pierces tho clouds through tho possi bilities offered by tho irrigation of arid America and tho couscqueut mil lions of now homes made possible As in the famous recipe for cooking the hare tho first as well as the most im portant is catch ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 May 1895

w R w t w vf MM IBB 1 Mmt THE ADVOCATE t jjItice papor is nftt mado from rice 8W firom tho membranes of tlio broad fruit tree Tho dome of tho Palate do Justico In Druuels is mado of papior macho aud weighs slxtcon tons It is prebablo that iu a very fow yra It will boa common thing to ill wlectricity in jars liko milk Franco produces about 808600 toiiB of finished iron a year Tho oro for it la largoly drawn Worn Algeria Spain Elba aud Sardinia 1 Tho Executive Committeo for tho Kentucky Press Association lias called the annuul convention -for Hopkinsvillo September 23 1 m Fivo thousand three hundred and -sixty-three white men and 40888 na tives aru employed in tho sixty seven gold mines at tho Hand Transvual Secretary Curlislo has- declined invitations to speak at Nashville and before tho Hoard of Trado at Cinqinnati on tho money question From wreckage picked up in Lake Michigan it is believed that tho flchooner Kate Kelly with its crow of five men and Capt Hatch jliasbeen lost Tho pr...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 May 1895

M M t t fa i n s ca P arifl But hav will whi ofli tii lUO flasl triotl anll biotll tho M toaclil Lot al naturl onorii lar with mont to it til figure childn r oxamr n ii anu ci Brf K PA svniirH F W aim wi IB DC8V a beaut as nin pane tuto afl ThorJ dorlolu womot are woi jfa 4mirmit9 m m I man i f ij a Wcaro atifliorjzed to announce Mr W P Horton as a candidate to rep- - cueeul ho rouiiihiH of Montgomery audionefee in the Lower House of tltc Gouorai Assembly of Kontucky subject to tho action of the iscatic party re aro authorid 10 aunouco II St Wuo foul as a candidate for rjutjitvu Mom this LegKlativo die ttitx compXcd of Montgomery and Jktiuefc counties subject to the action o tke Democratic party For Superintendent ot Public In struction 1 am candidato for ho nomination tac Supeiiutendeiit ol Public Instruo iim subject to tho action of tho Doin jccmtic Convention C AV Fowifh Scrotar3 Curlisle left Washing ton Sunday afternoon to begin 3iLs mono campaign in Ken Jtueky and Tennessee At...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 May 1895

t 12 flW - pis im m Pure Paris Green Pure Persian Insect Powder Ef owd Hellebore K j at BOTTOM PRICES at 4 PER r KENNEDTS Drug Store Mt Sterling Ky fc Born to J S Wyatr jr aud wife liiTtoursdav lGth Hint a I Born on Spencer 011 tlio 18 mst to fllomas woDtar and wmr a son - - s r Born to tho wltoof Josso Holland par Spencor on tho M uiRt a son 1 Born to tho wifo of WMJ Henry at 5top3touc on tho 18 inst a daughter hi John B Phipps will moVo to his iw rosidonco on Harrison avenue this tsk jast year tho Sunday Schools of tho ithodist church gavo 500000 foi esions lev C J Nugent preaclicd two sllout eormoii8 Sunday to iivo audioncoa jino of the citizens of our county out to SI uto 6eining aud a war- it has boon sworn out for them Jako Walsh who has been tho ac- Emmodating clerk of C J Ragan 3 for somo timo naU has resigned H Tho Methodist Episcopal church 1589 missionaries in foreign fields r number of their converts wore 55 C Lykius of Campion is a can- fa fn rmirnaoiitn t i vn finm 1t ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 May 1895

a jiiT - iimmm H t iii l t A - tJ - l - iiiaWii W WV1 inilipllll -11 THE ADVOCATE Aa Tho -city of Covington has been fiu ed 4U0Q for poriultting detective Tfao Southern BaptiBt Convention adjaurned to mectucxt year at Chat Siuooga 1 l Negroes who prosecuted Shipp at Xcrmgton regard his acquittal as an outrage Tw Jlopublicaus of Warren county oautructed lor Bradley So did tho60 oT Caldwell Hon A ri Borry again informs dlie public that ho is not a candidate jt or Governor Er Gov Ira J Chase of Indiana dLuxl Saturday in Miiue where ho hid iuMti visiting it Afill higher range 01 values was established iu the New York security aualkct Saturday Siaco December J 1895 there have wra fifty two now postotlicos ostab Ai6lied in Kentucky Henry Murphy tlio boy who was dkatby Town Marshal Ellis of Junc i ttoa City died Tuesday Tfae Treasury delicit for the current fiscal year passed tho fifty million om irk being now 50404887 4 Ex President lluriisou says he has k mot retired from the praclico of...

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