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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 May 1895

ft ft A Jr -THE ADVOCATb t Echoes From the Rams Horn mfjw Somo people kcop tholr nails in mourning b if their fingors wcro dead Church fairs arodovicos to make the goats pay for tho paaturago of th6 sheep Faith roste and waits Unboliof refuses to bo quiet becauso it has no seltng Every slu In Sodom grow from a ied that can still bo lound in any car nal heart Tho engagement period often last a longtime but most couples manage to squeeze through it When tho spirit loads it is stop by step but tho flesh always wants to do do Mings on tho run and jump Wo must educate ballots or bo kill ed by bullets Thinking ballots aro a affective as thinking bayonets We kjibw of a church supported by thoincftriotlbtoa graveyard It is Very mean to make io cloaa pay ior im rmotal i vf lrt HvlllfA WJU KUDjJUt ui iw nit 3 Notes Poultry aud Bee iy using an extractor bo saved old combs plover and buckwheat aro excellent PYuproducing crops v re has not yot boon an over production ot poultry and eggs A bee Je...

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. — 21 May 1895

w 4 H K1 m V Vif tfi - f t fit- - b tf r V VM - J3 t y i Uou wtf A a ham mer qn the thumb crushes it and the nail turns blnck an d comes oil Tho thumb swells and is poulticed and tho man lays up Now look at another case Tho thumb was 1 11 smasneu just tno A I Mi I It samo but tho man I fi wdsnotlaidup an I hourl IIo had a bottlo of Dh Fenners Golden Relief Ho poured somo into a cup and dipped his thumb in it as ston as hurt It is now covered with a Ihirf picco of cloth and kept wot with tho Relief IIo works as usual It is not soro though yet raw It has not swelled No matter will form IIo will work with it right along and in a day or two it will bo well Inflamma tion cannot exist whero it is applied any more than tho morning dew can continuo under tho bright sun rays Used externally and internally and cure3 colic summer complaints flux dyspep sia etc etc also 5 drops on a small lump of sugar onco in two hours cures soro throat and consumption In fact it cures any disease that has Inf...

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. — 28 May 1895

A t d 4 mi VJ u si iM S VOL V JgjpEpLgpligiE Hammocks The finest line ever brought to the city at WSLLOYDS Drug and Book Store 3STo a S rMIaye srille St Mt Sterling Ky ALSO Croquet JUSTICE TO REV NASH He Was Not Placed Under Peace Bonds While In Washing ton An article appeared in the Times recently which did great injustico to Iiov C E Nash of this city It stated that Mr Nash of this city had becomo involved in altercation with a man in Washington and had been put undor bonds to keep tho peace during his stav in that city Thoro was nol alfercation and no ono interfered and averted tvoublo and Mr Nash know nothing of tho peace bonds or supposed fuss until ho returned Friday Irom a trip to Now York Mr Nash claims most emphatically that tho whole thing was dono in ordor to injuro his papor by those who think ho has no right to publish a Baptist paper in this State Tho item came from Washington and as everybody knows tho Times Tiad no intontion to misrepresent Mr Nash in tho matter and ...

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. — 28 May 1895

- t 1 1 i imsci2e A MODERN LYRIC It you could only always know When tho doorbell rings Just who It is who stands below Making tho doorbell jlnglo so Quito frequently you wouldnt go When tho doorbell rings It isnt suro to bo a friend When tho doorbell rings It may bo Umbrellas to mend Or somo ono with fino shoes to vend Whoso flow of languago has no end When tho doorbell rings Its always at your busiest time When tho doorbell rings Your hands may be aro black wi th grime In such a cose your langungo Im Quite suro Id never put in rhymo When tho doorbell rings But to tho door you always go When tho doorbell rings Von see youro curious to know Just who is on tho portico And bo outsiders get a show When tho doorbell rings Somervillo Journal HIS COUETSHIP Mr Jnmos Lempriero was at Wat sons hotel Bombay Ho was going home Ho had been upward of 80 years in India there was no denying that But then as ho himself said men wear so differently Besides ho consoled himself with tho life in surance ...

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. — 28 May 1895

I - t t iF if v Ay K I - I i tt 7 iii s atAtmii If v M 4 THE ADVOCATE Ww Throo hundred young women mot in the Catholic church at Danbury Coup and fovmod a temperance so ciety and signed a pledgo in which thoy promised not to marry a man who uses liquor 9 The Navy Department has decided to court martial Lieutonant Edward JDorn Ordinance ofllcor and tenaul Wilson W Buchanan of tho cruiaor Olympia for alleged negloct of duty leading to tho death of tho gun ner On board that vessel while on tho I Pacific coast M report comos trora Crookot Tox jjsWMlo two young men weru iinn 1 10 JNecnos itiver i hhiub num there their cauoowaH attacked by alli gators and broken up and tho young mon tQrn to pieces by tho brutes Tho mother of one ot tho young mon wit jne88od tho tragedy from tho bank Birds That Imprison Their Mates Among tho many curious South African birds is one called tho butch er bird which has tho ghoulish habit of killing smaller birds extracting and eating their brains aud then impa...

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. — 28 May 1895

Jtr lli CM a v ii J Just received fine assortment of WASHABLE VESTS WHITE LINEN PANTS and DOUBLE BREASTED BLUE SERGE COATS the correct things for summer wear Boys Stanley Combination Suits consisting of Coat Two Pair Pants and Cap to match are popular things for boys wear We have them and theyre cheap too We are headquarters for Star and Mothers Friend Shirt Waist If you want a genuine JOHN B STETSON HAT come to us for it JL J 4D0CTE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday May 28 1895 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner Wo are authorized to announce ohn C Wood as a candidate for luil road Commissioner lor tlio Eastern District of Kentucky subject to the action of the Republican parly For Representative For Superintendent ot Public In struction I am candidate for thn nomination tor Superintendent of Public Iniruc iloii subject to the action of the Dotn ocritic Coiivontion 0 W FowLris The Silver Pursuant to notice given a few gentlemen met nt the Court IIoue a Saturday afternoon and pnscd rjfe...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 May 1895

WV ft INSECTICIDES Pure Paris Green J fe Pure Persian Insect Powder P Powd Hellebore at BOTTOM U PRICES I I iMk vvt r M MNilUrSliiM Mt Sterling Ky M J Fouch was acquitted in tho Bath Circuit Court last week for tho murder of Gcorgo W Johuson at Morchead about a year ago Tho case was convoyed to Owiugsvillo on a change of vonuo 1 11 Kesducky Training School will have Its closing exorcises on next Friday fovoning seven young men will grad uate Major Fowler deserves muwi nrndit for the high grade school ho hias established and put on a firm RWing VTBI 1 John P Martin has complotcd all his arrangGineHtt tot1 tho speedy con struction of both tho jfilcctric Light and Waterworks plant So we can expect from this time to tho comple tion of tho plants much energy on tho paWof tho laboring men 4 vVhu C Wood Republican candi date for Railroad Commissioner be fore tho Republican Convention to meet at Louisville Juno 4th has more instructed votes than any other can didato for that positionMrWood ...

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. — 28 May 1895

f - 1 -- 1 -S 5W - - I iV S i of 4 jDl in1TCfiw A poultry writer eaj s it is a poor Jitoutlut does not givo a proiir or a year Ono half that howovor is a itic -estimate for tho average Improvement is eoldom found in a ca58eaysa writer and if found it is raiy after groat caro has been exor cised iu porpotuating such a cross uu 4ilit becomes a distinct breed of Jennie Atchloy says tho main thing foratbogiuuer to do if ho or she wrahes to mako a success of handling 4iecs is to smoke a few pulls right in l1 -e iiirminn liofotO tllO hiVC 01 jjLKctuinir about tho hivo is touched IT ILhii will give you complete control ot Ales boos no cliucrenco now uau aniiy bo to sting Cyprians not excepted- I have solved tho problem of red mites and lice in my henhouse says rjcogrossivo poultry keeper by re- moviugovery thing in tho form of a coostaud giving tho hens a bed ot cfcxu straw This is taken out and tim peus swept ovory day and iu this xmv thopests cannot get a foothold aai t get moro than eno...

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. — 28 May 1895

THE ADYOCATL wiJ Agricultural Notes- It is poor economy to pasture the grass too closely Wo aro glad to Know that many farinors havo startcd a systematic ro tation Wehopo a largo number of our readers will try an oxporlmont patch ofKaiflr corn Pumpkins aro an easy crop to grow Plant lots of tbotn Tho stock will appreciate tho act Clovor hay has moro feeding value when cut whilo in bloom than when cut at any other timo A writor says tho best farmor ho evor know did a considerable sharo of work while sitting in his chair rom all soutions como reports ot oxtonslvo damago to clover Tho dry hot summer followed by an an abnor mally dry autumn and winter caused almost total destruction of the plant iu thousands of meadows and pastur es This signifies that it will bo wise to make provisions to save seed whore ever thoro is a stand Tho crop must of necessity bought this Year and it will require two or thrco years with lavorablo conditions to rcstoro the clover fields Homestead Every brick ya...

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. — 28 May 1895

v m t V i i CS ra fc h I fe ft fl - a v I Si lv r T w wmmh ttitUfV WiM JR wtt do protested a mem ber of tho family that bad long kboon afflicted J with a caso of Iconsumption Rcfcrcnco was had to Dr Fen- ners Golden Re lief Doubt had boon expressed that it would euro con sumption Tho protesting member had witnessed tho invalidtho frequent visits of tho Doctor and had accompanied tho trips South1 Had noticed tho hectio flush tho nervous irritation tho constant cough tho profuso expec toration Ho had also seen tho discontinuance of all these the administration of Dr Tenners Golden Relief followed by tho restoration to perfect health and he knew tho Golden Relief was what had done it Ho was honest and fearless enough to tell tho truth Cures also sorcthroat bronchitis colic dysentery bruises burns cuts and all sores in fact inflammation in any form or place No inflammation from a corn to a consumption flammation no corn no inflammation no consumption Ono tablcspoonful doso ures La Gripp...

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. — 4 June 1895

P It 4 VOLY iii 3 255 MT Cfoq MlllllllllllllilllIJll - net Commencement Exorcises ot Ken tucky Training School wero held at tmTOpora II0U80 on last Friday even ing May 31 Graduates Capt A C McDauiel Capt A M Haydon Lieut C F Trumbo Lieut G T3 Ewing Bath Lieut J G Rogers Clark Lieut SH T Hunt Clark Tho house was well filled and the exorcises were oponed with prayer by Rev A J Arrick Tho music was under the charge of Mrs J II Jcp eon aud without particularizing wo pronounco tho renderings excollont jvJJing another proof to Mrs Jepsous v Tw emciencv as a teachor Salutatory American Inventions was delivered by Lieut Ewiug Class Itoprosontative Twentieth Century Lieut Itogere and valedic tory The Monroe Doctrine by Capt McDaniol r Wp wore not so seated as to hear t distinctly tho efforts of theso bright young men but yo know tho thoughts was tho result of well trained minds andthat they woro boautifully word ed with woll rounded sentences Mr S W Groone graduate from thiB school in 1893 w...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 4 June 1895

U r A 1 r v I Pf wv Vfe 1 i fe WMW W V ztfw wtrp JTjrijKwmm a - mwtmmrmwmmmmmnwmmm mm kasasttsgtjy CARLISLE Oft FINANCE THe Secretarys Speech at the Recent Memphis Convention UPHOLDS THE EXISTING SYSTEM Frco Coinage of Silver Would Result Dis astrouslyIntrinsic Valno of Metals Not Determined by Legislation Present Money System Practically Illmctalllsm Failures of Other Nations to Maintain a Doublo Standard Mr President and Gontlcmen of tho Con vention - I congratulate myself upon my good for tnno In hnving tho opportunity to nppcar beforo this largo assemblage of southern business men and I congratulate tho poo plo of tho south upon their good fortuno in being ablo to send hero bo many real repre sentatives of their great industrial and commercial interests Mr President I do not think tho impor tance of tho questions you aro called to oousldor can bo overestimated or that tho gravity of tho bltuatlou can bo overstated Tho proposition torovolutlonizoour mone tary system anil thus des...

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. — 4 June 1895

91 U A lfflF ATWOCATh Evorybody should see Dryansgroai offer good tp July lat No longer 40 0t Tho salary of tho Chiof of Police f Lexington has boon increased fiom 1100 to 1800 TUo Democrats of Louisville will trot mako nomlnatitma for municipal offlcora noxt fall This ia tho deciaiou of tho Democratic City and County Committee Now York bualuoas mon who are -from tho South havo issued an address V- M1 t 10 me Douinuxii uutmiuaa mou ii4gB ho dangors to tho South ot an un- eouud currency system 1 1 Tho committee that la engaged in examining tho City Tax Collectors ofitco at Lexington claim3 to havo found a shortage of 1925302 in tho v accounts ot tho present Collector Ste phen G Sharp It is announced that MissPoarl Vorheee of Versailles Is to bo mar ried to Mr J B Haggius of Califor foruia Mr Haggins late wife was Miss Vorhees aunt Tno to be groom is quito wealthy Marlon Myers while trying to ca- bio a raft of logs near Farmers got J to of his logs entangled in tho roj o and nearly cu...

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. — 4 June 1895

Wl M JrV r i - YlAiuSHMSjttv I EEEESSTZ3I a v W TtHy wllyPiiWit 600 Will liny an All Wool Suit 20Styles to se lect from 750 Will buy an All Wool Dressy Suit in sack or frock 20 styles to se lect from ner N II Jirimblo A S Johnson 11 R French Dr C B Duerspiv John A Jltd C D Gruhbs Jns 11 Shrout R B Crooks Lowis Apperson Jas TStoclcclale 0 T Wilson A B Ratlin R C Gate wood E C Owings S S Priest M S Tyler Thos J Bigstaff W S Lloyd Jo C Seott John 0 Richardson W B White J W Phillips W A Tanner Miller Anderson Dr J B Jfciulbee L B Greone W Harris W R Nun- nelley Jas K Donlon Ben R f Turner Goo E Coleman M A Scott II C McKee A A Uazol rigg W A Dellaven C II Petry JL White S J Rogers Geo F Grcon John B Phipps Squire Turner Jlcsolrcd That tho said dele gates are instructed to voto on all questions bofpro said convention as a majority of the delegates pro sent in person may decide Mr John B Phipps then oircred the following amendmont to tho substitute Resolved That said delegates be and thoy...

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. — 4 June 1895

K t p wmmi - 1 Pure Paris Green Pure Persian Insect Powder Powd Hellebore t at BOTTOM PRICES if f J r KENNEDYS Drug Store Mt Sterling Ky Ye I am going to take girls next year as woll as boys 45 tf C W FowMn MraKato Smith ruoivod a telegram last eveuing Baying that her step mother Mrs Betsy Scott of Clark county was dying 1 m The National Fox Hunters Associ ation will havotheir meeting in Bath county this year They meet at Owingsvillo Nov 18 For Dyspepsia tAnfl Liver Complaint you havo a priuteil guarantee on every bottlo of Shilohs Vitalizor It never fails to euro For sale by Thos Kennedy RoyL Yohauuati of TJrmina Persia will lecture on his native country and the roligions work there aftho Baptist church in this city Wednesday evening June 19th Mr Tfthaunau will give much information of importance and our people will bo glad to hoar him A H Yansaut of Harrodsburg the Bomis ft Tobocco Transplantor was in the city this week W W Reed handles tho machine and his orders wero so numeious ...

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. — 4 June 1895

Vtvirf JH i ufH iH v fi the advocate Tho Ohio Republican Stuto Con vention has nominated Asa S Bush uell fov Governor Rev Fran R Millspaugh has bun elected Bishop of tho Episcopal dioccBO of Kansas W C Stivers ot Garrard county has sued Miss Catherono West for breach of promise to marry Hot winds during tho past two days have greatly damaged crops in Western Missouri Kansas and parts ofUebraska Ex Speaker Crisp has again gone iutopriut todcclaro himself in favor of tho free and unlimited coinage of silver at 16 to 1 Henry Watcrson editor of tne Cou rioi -Journal has postponed his inten ded trip to Europe until fall Ho will be abroad about a yoar Great damage has been done to crops in San Joaquin and other counties of the great California wheat belt by a new destroyer It is an insect supposed to be the aphis which attacks the roots of 4he plants Two Stray Calves Two calves camo to my farm on Spencer on May 10 Both calves are Btoors and red iu color The owner c iu secure his property ...

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. — 4 June 1895

1 THE ADVOCATb Sorvla is 8ald lobe going bankrupt and thoro may bo a repudiation of tho debts by tho people Court dinners balls aud alt kinds of festivics aro be ing given upon a moat magnificent scale Of tho 350atalls at tho Lexington traok 317 aro now occupied or on gaged Thoro aro probably 825 horses located hero now If this keeps up moro and larger barns will have to bo built Stock Farm Richard Curtis in a letter to A E Donnon owner of Miss Nelson 2 12J says that maro has trotted a quartor in S3 seconds this spring and could handily go throe seconds faster She carries moro flesh than formerly and has developed into a large strong maro In the blifl hide market of Boston tho price has already touched eomo points highor than lor tho average for tho pastsovonteon years and only two or three times during that period havo hides reached a price abovo tho sales made in tho Boston market the past week Thoro is littlo cessation in tho ac tivity in building cotton mills in vari ous parts o...

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. — 4 June 1895

K l m fe Ti A I ft f a ft- i c Wf HORSE AND TRACK MimzE sUfoU MrJ K KiU do M It icill do it protested a mem ber of the family that had long boon afflicted with a caso of consumption Reference was had to Dr Fen ncrs Golden Re lief Doubt had been expressed that it would euro con rumption Tho protesting member had witnessed tho invalid tho frequent visits of tho Doctor and had accompanied tho trips South Had noticed tho hectio flush tho nervous irritation tho constant coufjh tho profuse toration IIo had also seen tho discontinuance of all these tho administration of Dr Fcnncrs Golden Relief followed by tho restoration to perfect health and he knew the Uoldcn Relief was wnat nau dono it IIo was honest and fearless enough to tell tho truth Cures also sorethroat bronchitis colic dysentery bruises burns cuts and nil sores in fact inflammation in any form or place from acorn to a consumption JNo in flammation no corn no inflammation no consumption Ono tablespoonful doso cures La Grippe Neve...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 11 June 1895

MR Mj N ff trt 4 r m MT yoij v ALSO ift - - v i MdzAi MiMJM Croquet the whito roses amid which she lay so cold and still with tears of bittorcst Though tho light of her life Wont out long before it was high noon with hor8ho had not lived for naught More than ten years labor as an active earnest aud conscientiously faithful teacher go to hov credit as a grander work dono than wo may with our short vision moasuro Sho was a i ft JE m None So 111 inn i I Blind If mm ill il I R il I r Unfit tM a- mM i IB A i hni iliiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiii sm i en Baum Son GROCERS 2I E Main St Ml arj U 1 U U U foifoit AT JL - i u ggggggggggggglgggggggl Hammocks The finest line ever brought to the city at WSLL0YD Drug and Book Stone IsTo jn Mt Sterling Ky JU Uu Low Prices jlgggBBgBBi5E Mrs Ada Bruton Goff Mrs Ada Bruton Goff aged 28 yoars died at tho liomo of hor father flftioch Bruton in this city on Thurs day morning at 3 oclock Sho was o wife of Mr E A Goff of Clark county and had only a day or tw...

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. — 11 June 1895

i ns AYAN hEfLma TO CARLISLE Shows the Inconsistency of His Position POR THE GLASSES NOT MASSES Tho Eminent Exponent of Frco Silver K futcs Carlisles Sound Money Doctrine A Itccent Chance of Heart Effect of the Withdrawal of Silver A Policy of Dls nster Ex Congressman W J Brynn spoko as follows nt Momphls Mny 21 In answorto Sccrctnry Carllslo Ladies and Gentlemen and Fellow Citizens It gives mo great pleasuro to bo nblo to meet tlio good pcoplo of this city ami occupy their attention for iv little vrhilo in a dlscuiulon of tho greatest ques tion tho greatest economic question that has como beforo tho pcoplo of thla gouorn tion After I had read tho glowing account in tho nowspapers of tho convention in tho interest of sound money which you wcro to havo yesterday and of tho reception ac corded tho distinguished npostlo who was to present tho doctrine on that occasion I wondered if it would bo possiblo to find enough sliver mon in this community to como out nnd mnko n respectable nudlo...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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