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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 30 June 1891

I l t M 1 1 o 5 rHE -ADVOCATE MIRTHFUL WOR9HL3 VcHlsdn id sometimes tlcci at any tric6j but ofluner il Isnt Tim bow lcggcd man lias the bulge on the bicycle The clerk who had been BteallHg for along tiirto finally got it Wo imaglno that a grizzly must havo a bcarytono voice Somo manufacturers lpvo for tho McKinloy Bill is tin Platonic Tho man who ha3 a pull Is proba bly a molasses caiulyiimkcr A man at a summer hotel always speaks of his bill in the highest tcuns llndgcly says tho most tlinicult part of a lrlnkhig song is tho refrain Tu order to fight flies successfully a cow has to make a good many flank movements Give tho army worm credit for one good quality It isnt clamoions for a back pension Students of floriculturo have placed eyeglasses among tho popular nozo gazo in Boston If an American girl cannot bo an actress sho can take one step lower and become a countess People who aro always wishing for eomo other kind of weather arc it this year The tin plate manufacturer when las...

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 June 1891

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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 June 1891

7 Iil w U 5 The next term- of my school will open Tuesday Sept ist 1 89 1 For terms apply to Mrs L L Harris J Li Hainlino Co undersold in wall paper will not ho The old Town Pump on tho pub lic Square has been removed and will bo replaced with i now one Mr JohnW Haydon has rented and is now occupying Mrs Nannlo Whiles property on Sycamore street i i Mrs James Johnson has moved into tho houso sho lately purchased of Mr George MeCormick on Harrison Ave nue 4 Gcorgo Garrison lost a vaiuaoio ifdrk horse on Thursday it was jvcrhealcd wliilst drawing a reaper kin tho harvest field Mr W G Boono and Miss Lizzio UUrst will be married at the residence of tho bridos father Mr D D Hurst this evening Elder Wm Rupert ofll ciating Rev Dr E O Querrant of morcVKy was in tho city Saturday on Ills way to Clay City Tho Doctor was kcjt busy receiving tho hearty nn tff H tf m clings of Ins numerous menus l ll u ivcnoc Jias rciucu ui iur omas Whitt his dwelling house on camoro street possession to oo en a...

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 June 1891

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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 June 1891

1 ir THE ADVm 1 TTTTZ T f JW2l wIteworlAsrnijy tth am riwrttfon tTu Born itwiwoUi Iirh Uio Bngys Uin Iftvlfeibu t the creed If conduct J M Xfctttietf Arnold was so any questipw tht affects tho daily con duct Ol ovary church member mu6t bo I geebnd to jvono In intrinsic importance Suchc8tton is in csciltcd by tho llirsoIwrldly amusements which t formed the text of a discussion and iivci ancV tho Assembly Three courses ro t0 tho cnurcl1 wJlh ft regard tdOiinusoyients 1 It may for bid all amusements as injurious to tho spiritual life and punish disobedience by excommunication or 2 It may forbid somd amusements and permit nm or3 It may leave tho whole question to tho individual conscience1 throwing to wcigut oi us miiuenco agalnatcStfain amusements that arc believed tobe of a bad or doubtful character Of theso three possible rfinrsos tho first has practically no living avocatos though it has found C great favor in tho past Only hero and there a man agrees with that witty Englishman who ...

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 June 1891

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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 July 1891

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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 July 1891

L HE ADVOCATE AT NIGHT IN PARIS Picture of ttio lnUcturils fruiii Sisicn oClocIt Until After MklulgUt At f even oclock or half past teven dinner Paris is of nil cities tho sec ond city whero ono can according to whim cat tho dearest or tho cheapest But on tho boulovards there is littlo choice tho rents aro so enormous that they oblige tho managers of restaur ants to maintain very high prices Foreigners bowarol You aro exploited in Paris Just as wo aro probably pounced upon in Now York Capitals havo nothing to learn from ono an other in that respect Nino oclock You go to tho theater smoking your cigar whiio speculators on tho 13ourso crowd into tho vast hall of tho Credit Fonder and cry out with much noiso tho morrows operations It is what is called tho pctito Roursodu soir Midnight Tho theaters close This is tho timo when tho aspect of the boulovards is most varied Ail classes of society mingle elbowing and push ing ono another Ladies from tho Fau ibourg Saint Germain alight from 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 July 1891

V lb f t ri IE ADVOCATE AT NIGHT IN PARIS ricturo of tliu Ilnulevurils from Keren Clock Until AUcr aiMulRbt At ioven oclock or half past tcven dinner Paris is of nil cities tlio sec ond city whero ono can according to whim eat tho dearest or tlio cheapest But on tho boulovards there is littlo choice tlio rents are so enormous that thoy oblige tho managers of restaur ants to maintain very high prices Foreigners bowarol You are exploited in Paris just as wo are probably pounced upon in Now York Capitals have nothing to learn from ono an other in that respect Nino oclock You go to tho theater Bmoking your cigar whllo speculators on tho Bourse crowd into tho vast hall of tho Credit Fonclor and cry out with much nolso tho morrows operations It is what is called tho petito Bourse du soir A lmlilon Thut rieufto the Youncxters The practice of putting boys into knickerboekers at tlio early ago now fashionable is a distinct innovation over ten or a dozen years ago The kilt suit period nowaday...

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 July 1891

t j l A Refreshing Innonncement 1 m gmsssssssasmsssk Saddle and Harness Shop 1 JOB DMI GONROY he Git on to my style I Mebbo I am a sort of a Farmers Alliance Citizens Alliance Knights of Labor l National Monopoly Single Tax- Prohibition Woman Grand Old Peoples Party But what if I am What are they goin To do about it Thats what By zucks Ive conic To stay And no razor back Democrat Nor Slab sided Republican Nor ring nosed Mugwump fsG Has the reputation not only of doing work in modern first class style but he BEST materials to be found in the market All his work is strictly hand made an If this is the kind of Saddles and Harness you want you know where to call ISTortli 3Cays vilo Street IMITt STERLING KIT THE ADVOCATE The Third Party DrlvesiUp am a third party nd my trimminsJ 3y gravy dont wear no socks And my galluses is Fastened with a linchpin But Im cuttm A wide swath Right down tho middle And thoVifcant head lIe off LYoliow ii root me out a forty acre field That you can raise any...

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 July 1891

w id 5 j v f V v ISfSSliSSIilllIHSSSSSSfS THE ADVOCATE HER GOT IS PATIENCE BELLA THE WOMAN IN CHARGI OF A LADIES WAITING ROOM Ucr lnn Is In thu Oruml Contral Stu tlon niul Slio Srct IIiiiKlrnN nT Himy Irsintlc lliislilut Woman Uvnry Iluy j Dexpllu All tho IIiihIo Slio I Onlni Tho presiding genius of the Indies waiting room at the New York Central station at Forty seeoiul street 3 uimil Bella It is to be presumed she has nlao a family nanio but no one knows what it is In fact no one cares For thirteen years she has been tho friend and assist ant of almost every child and womau living between New York and Pough ieepsie who travels on tho railroad Sho is n tall slight woman with a pleasant manner and kindly face though how she can remain so placid answeringsocahn ly tho thousand and one ipiestions ad dressed lior in rapid succession ij a puz zle In the first place most of the out of town shoppers have all their purohuaes tent to the waiting loom to be ivlled for at train time Tlicte bu...

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 July 1891

- t MP m THE ADVOCATE Crossing of Corn would unfavorably affect a choice vi rlcty This crossing wherever it o curs is caused by tho fertilization tho plstels tho silk of Olio variety thopoUcn distributed from tho tass of another from fouf to six w an sin Agricultural S erroi3 in bee keopi year to year as sot suppose hive Bees fPKtrt o cAoinnh ftvnr nSSlOU 01 Congress in which bills orjt found to contain mistakes in ortpphy or orpunctuation says tho totlelpliia Press Tho only wonder i at many more do not occur when i remem bered that all such work n mentis performed nndeutraordi nnvv circumstances As haste noise aud confusion He unknown oftentimes for davs aud nichts iu succ clerks become nervous jricd and sometimes wholly oxhaui by tho iutenso strain andprolonl physical labor I Probably the smallest i apparent ly most insignificant I alt such blunders was tho niosttpnsivo one of tho kind ever madeit occurred in atariff bill more thaivonty years ago There was a sccfr enuiucra tiug wh...

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 July 1891

P it 1 ir rJ I 4 J r W P if h comparati varieties second yci fai will mix as shows gskerally cars moro of W subject than a so reign 17 i v s lilsinrln1 riffn 11 Vyineulato between tho two pJil1 4Pe6i moro rarely tho grains single car are unliko each oihjml cacb may rcscmblo closely or nHy either parent Tho product th third veRi is kohoimIIv trim to jowl Yilnutnl liir onlnptiinr dlvniSfidnS intv j a item any ear or from difici cars are obtained with grains11 like thoso planted Any dcsiif01111 of a cross can therefore aipntly bo perpetuated In view of the above it is p Mo to oflect dcsiicd points of iniimciit in varioties by crossing and Pg i perfecting by subsequent Jetton Tho experiments the past sej were much reduced in vnhjo by fon of serious drouth Favorabicasons will doubtless furnish mortforablo 1 mfiflnnat mnrn conclusive Mlt8 111 tho eilbrt8 to improve vane A Vary Costly Com fi - 1 THE ADVOCATE Crpsslntr of Corn nflml nK nmn r mWtntl Id tlDllrtllT Thero is scarcely over asion...

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 July 1891

ru t 1 t i 1 c 8 r c L 1 I 0 E it H ix U 81 6 b n n 7 h el a d h h c ii I Insure Your Life MaSi with CUNNINGHA THE ADVOCATE HARRIS MASON Proprietors JIT STEKLIXG TUESDAY JULY U 1691 FOK ritCSlDKXT GROVER CLEVELAND Of New Yoik FOR V1CB - PRESIDENT JOHN C CARLISLE Of Kentucky r FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK HENRY Ml BRIGHT ot Montgomery County for sheriff JOHN C RICHARDSON of Montgomery County For Representative JOHN R THOMAS Of Montgomery I t Governor John Young Brown Of Henderson Liut Governor - Mitchell Alford Of Fayette W J Hendrick Attorney Gen - - OfFlemlng Auditor Treasurer Register L C Norsian Of Boone II S Hale Of Graves G B Swango Of Wolfe Supt Instruction - E P Thompson Of Owen Clerk Court Appeals - A Addams Of Harrison Dick Wood says If tho Courier Journal hadnt stopped its fight on tho new Constitution I would have car ried tho State by 25000 majority Where is that woodcock with his very apposite remark A voto for Dick Wood for Governor is a vote in endorsement of the infa mous...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 July 1891

1 tf I Trimble Bros RIMBLE B ROS Wholesle Grocers - MT STERLING KY 1 He advocate ir SUBSCRIPTION RATES Onoycnvln aihnnco W After llu eo month Alter 1j months lw T Harris Institute PI- nnvf farm rt mv SfhOfl U1H UW J will open Tuesday Sept ist 189 1 For tqrms apply to Mrs L L Harris V M T K Barnes havo put ou a dsonio now delivery wagon for ir city trade 3n John G Blair wo learn has de clined the nomination ot tluf Peoples Tir v of tho Court of Appeals Col Houston tho Republican can didate for Lieutenant Governor poke tg a fair sired audienco in this city on Thursday The wheat crop of this county is Vturningout much better than was looked for by oven the most sanguine Tho quality too is said to be excel lent The oditorofthc Winchester Sun has by this timo changed his loplnten as to tho ability of tho 3IU iBterling base ball club They cak pj a lit tle bit mv Tima Whluri handsome brick csidencc on Sycamore street is rr on ntatinil It Will 00 ail Si VWMIW 1 B cut to that section of the ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 July 1891

V 8 THE ADVOCATE HITCHED TO A CABLE i Vhe Unique nml Startling Experience of n Sun Frnnclacii IIiirHe A sail eyed horse hitched to a two wheeled batcher wagon blinked lazily and whisked flics from himself on Jones street between OFnrrell and Geary streets Ho was un ordinary quadruped with a largo head which he wore in a dejected sort of way as though ho was indulging in melancholy thoughts Dang ling from one of tho bit rings was the long hitching rope which the custodian of tho wagon had neglected to fasten to a post Suddenly tho horso cast his eyes to starboard and slowly wagged his right ear An abandoned newspaper had drift ed down tho street and becaino caught in tho cable slot The horso was interested Ho lazily wandered over to the track and examined tho paper The frco end of tho hitching rope dropped through tho cablo slot Suddenly tho horso jumped clear off tho ground jerked his head up plastered his ears clos9 to his head reared on his hind feet pawed tho nir witli his forefe...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 July 1891

M I if I 3 I Kj j X 1 m - i rnT77 7 Lm 11 Li i f flz XiU i1 i j1 e I One roorewy will ctaspyonr hand Yotrr lovhur vefcx J shall hoar onco moro But wo shall sever sco tho laud Tlw plcawwtcat Inn J wo know of yore 1 Nevor on any summer tiny Hear tho IoitbiuIc of Its streams Or wander down tho leafy way Thatlcmloth to tho lnnd of dreams Still borno upon tlio scentcl air Tho songs of birds rlso cloar and owcet Aa when I gathered roses there And heaped their glories at your feet And ntlll tho golden pathway lies At ovo across tho western sea And lovers dream beneath thoso sides Which shtno no moro for you and mo No moro nh novcrmorel and yet Thoy Bccm so near thoso summer days When hopo vn4 llko a Jowcl dot To shine ndown times misty ways I sometimes dream that mornings light Will bring them back to us onco more And that tis but ono long dark night Sinco wo two parted by the shore Wo parted with soft words anil low And Farewell till tomorrow said From Boa anil sky and sunsets glow A gold...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 July 1891

It r i - r t n t K h j THE ADVOCATE NEWS OF THE WEEK St Louis is anxious to havo tlio next Domocratic National Convention ami tho Mercantile Exchange is making arrangements to push that citys claims A L Douthett a prominent ncss mau and cx Supcrintcndcut of the Alleghany schools was arrested at Pittsburg Monday on the cliaigc of embezzling a boiler companys money Henry C Adams for many jears tho trusted Treasurer of the fund for disabled ministers of the Uiiivcrsalist church is in jail in Now York charged with embezzling 17000 of tho fund Tho Treasury Dcpaitmcnt has de manded the resignation of Bank Ex aminer Drew whose conduct in tho Keystone Bank investigation is se verely criticised by the Department It is stated that the Pope has decided to create in Mexico three Arch-Bishoprics to bo called Oaxaeaand Durango and five Bishoprics navaca saitino xrpic xciuLuufiiuo and Chihuahua Thcro was a destructive lire in to bacco at Clurkrtvillp Toim Tuesday iiMit Tin- Banner Warehouse owned ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 July 1891

IS 7 It km i ADVOCATE TRAINED HANDS itow Thoy Irtivo of Incalculable Villas to Wiiinuu nt Her Work Too much cannot bo Bid in favor of ining tho hands to- ilo whatever work hey are called on to ilo with oxaotness A vast amount of tho forco of tho world is merely wasted beuu8o tho worker has not been properly trained to work in the simplest and best mauner Want of method is at tho bottom of taost of tho troubles of overworked nervons women They fritter away more thau double the amount of energy required to do their work preperly and yet often fail in ac- iicomplishlng it at the end A systematic cook will go into her kitchen lay out tho mutciials for an ilaborato dinnor and by steady orderly ork will have everything ready at the proper time She will leavo no debris of her work behind when tho dinner is Berved and except for tho few pots and pans soaking Jhero will bo no 6ign aboutthe kitchen of what she has ac complished Tho housekeeper who in dulges In brilliant flashes of industry an...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 July 1891

K - s EV Em fti ywl Dolan Denmark Brown foaled May 11 18SS 15 handa and 2 inches high extra heavy mano and tail Bred by Thos Carr Lexington Ivy 11 SIRED by Pat Dolans great Washington of Fayctto county 1st dam by Trogan 2d darn by Washington Denmark Washington the siro of Do lan Denmakk is one of the most noted both for siring extra fine saddle horses as well as himself taking premiums wherever shown Washington lias taken sovoral sweepstake premiums at all the prominent fairs in Kcn inrirr AVnsliiiiLtoii is bv Cromwell his dam is by tho noted Ilalcom Cornwall is by Washington Denmark his dam is by John Dillard noted for siring flno sndtllo horses as well as tho dams of some of tho fastest trot ters next dam by tho noted thoroughbred race horse Grey Eagle Trogan the sire of the dam of Dolan Denmark was an extra flno high styled horse byBrignollhoby Mambrino Chief 1st dam by Tom Crowdcr by Brown Pilot the siro of Pilot Jr tho siro of tho dams of Jay Eye Sco 2 10 and Maud S 2 0S Washin...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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