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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 11 June 1895

M h - MftZ00ts f feVAfi Mi not mm V v i 1 i a i m i 5HE ADVOCATE m Now Try This - i in i mi and will Jl Will WBl J vii6 Uureiy ao you good if you have a Cough Cold or any trouble with muoat Throat CheBt dr Lungs Dr r Kings New Discovery -for Jon Coughs and Colds is guaranteed f itoiw relief or inonoy will be puia hick Sufforors from La Urippc WtouuditjuBttho thing and under its e had a speedy and perfect recovery Yrary a sample bottlo at our expense - i I- nu learu lor yoursen jum now guuu thlntrifis Trial bottles freoat W w j f i Lloyds drug Bloro Largo 8i7o wo kMl Ill IIWIP Each to His Trade ilullack the famous pianist was tfonce invited to a dinner by a wealthy BtrTinor who was the owner of a largo y manufactory and ball been a i vvehpemaker in his time Alter tuo - past Kullack was requested to piny aomoihing and ho consented Not flouV afterward the virtuoso invited fctha boot manufacturer and after din- fTjier handed him a pair of old boots j What am I to do with these in- quire...

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. — 11 June 1895

VJ t a L 1 i h St i i 111 7 TV BP1S I For Railroad Commissioner Wo arc authorized to announce iohu C Wood as a candidate for ttuil coiul CoiiimU sloiier tor iho Eastern District of Kentucky subject to the action of the Republican parly For Representative Wcaro authorised to announce Mr W F Horton a a candidate to rep resent the counties of Montgomprj -and Menpfio in the Lower Iloueo of the General Assembly of Kentucky subject to the action of the Demo cratic party For Superintendent ot Public In struction I am candidato for 1 ho nomination for Superintendent of Public Infliruc tit 11 subject to the action of the Doui ocratic Convention C W FpwLrn 4ntuucHjnvivrjjELnjvKttr The Delegate From Rowan In lh reports sent out from the Winchester Convention to the daily intlKira the name of Judge John E Cooper appeals among the com mittee on organization us of Mont gomery It h a vbH known tact io our people that Judge Cooper was not among hu delegates Irom this county Some therefore wondered ...

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. — 11 June 1895

FTfR 3 w P i o L at BOTTOM t t v rKiJia IT W at KC Hi r s - - t Loan Cffi at i WT O For M Five Kj y ears a L2 iJ r S - mum f Pure Paris Green rf v WL PiirA Pprcion Tnsprr Pnwder - - w M I - 1 Powd Hellebore U ffl Drug Store Mt Sterling Ky i w fr - V -V Yon I am going to take girls noxt -year as well as boys 45 tf C W IowLEit Tirtrn to Hm wffo of Robert Clarke gear town on Friday Juno 7 a girl - Tlio Mt Sterling Floral Company made an assignment lastThursday to Mrs EHzabotb Everett for the bonoflt of its creditors Claude Thomas Consul to Mar- failles France now on a visit to this Rouutry is reported seriously ill at his fathors homo near North Middloto wu Bourbon county CoRSiimption can bo Cured By the uso of Shilohs Cure This gjZftftt Cougli cure is tne oniy Known reStedy for that terriblo disease alo by Thomas Kennedy IfLouisvillo June 25 IjfLouisvi PI Mrs Convcntio For Mrs Brown grandmother of Dr W It Thompson died at tho homo of her daughter Mrs Malcolm Thompson in Scott county o...

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. — 11 June 1895

n it A ve dollar Bry npr two - MA THE ADVOCATE HORSE AND TRACK Tito two-year-old filly by Ambassa dor out of Noll dam of Vassal 207 Dollo Vara08 is Bhowing a 225 clly iu herwork at Rochester N Y t M E McHenry is much pleased with tho three-year-old flllv Impotu ub 115 and ho also bollovcs ho lias a sensational two-year-old iu Iu dra by Baron Wilkes Orcculcaf 2 10 iu training at Sim mo leaf Stock Farm is said to bo in fiucr condition this spring that at any time hincc ho oarncd his record in 1893 He will make his first star at tho Buf vvtalouicetiiijf A high class gelding that has plon tyoffityle and is known to bo sound always sells well whether ho has speed or not Speed adds to his value 4Utelyle and finish is if anything iuorc desirable when the horse is not 3olecipdfor racing lit Joliu A Logaus 6alo of high tepperd in Now York last Wednes day tho noted prize winner Devils Deputy by Petrol ia son of Red WUfcesdam by Hamlins Almontaud Second dam by WUkio Collins was bought by P G E...

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. — 11 June 1895

gsvr n tLi Rr W - t rv S Ha tit THE ADVOCATK Crop Report Tho followingjs tho roportod con dition tot crops in tho South tho first of Juno Alabama Abnormally cool and showery week cotton on sandy land bsingSoMvuSiy damaged by cold corn green and healthy again but damaged by cutworms on low lands oats nearly ready to cut Irish pota toes yielding largoly Binali crops and fruit crowing slowly but in good condition Mississippi Cloudy cold and wot especially unfavorablo to cotton and 6lightly injurious to other products stauds of cotton iniparod aud somo dy ing plant still lousy in places corn good and laid by in southorn portion Irish potatoes yielding well and Bwoet potatoes being transplanted gardens good oats promising hay harvesting progressing early poaches ilpo Louisiana Too cold for crops ear ly in tho week cotton rather lousy somo dying out and broken stands ro portod crops improved by rain par ticularly rice whinh is nearly all planted too much rain in localities in sugar bolt w...

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. — 11 June 1895

It S r BrV r i Pi O t I V- - TJ y uAitySsj mm J 2Iuc thought and Adlscuion haro currcd among ho good and tho wise Tho subjoot has teen Dr Fcancre Golden Relief A says It curts too many diseases claliis too much I B says tho list Is Ion and its a long tray from corn to a pulmonary consump tion Its trilling with human affliction O has tho solution It curea only Ixflaiimation hats but ONE Its got many names A corn to ono A consumption Is another Many be tween such ns neuralgia toothache burns rheumatism diarrhoea dysentery flux etc etc Curo tho Inflammation in any of these and tho disease is gonol Faults with tho naming remedynottoblamol Treat it fairly Glvo It n chance Tho Doctors dont cure consumption This Is tho last chance Try It Read tho following Mrs L O Smith No 30 North Washington St Rochester N Y writes Nearly all my relatives hare died of consumption I was un der tho ban of tho same dread disease Had tho wasting of flesh and tho beetle flush I final ly began tho uso of Dr For...

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. — 18 June 1895

ii - a 1 VJW im TW 1 U VOLV ALSO sV y - VV MY HOODS Because Hoods Sarsaparilla is the best most reliable and accomplishes the greatest cures FLOODS CURES J1 jAfV MT STERLING ADVOCATE A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN INTEREST WIThTlTS OWN PEOPLE m S- 3Ea3rsville St m Hammocks The finest line ever brought to the city at WSLLOYD Drug and Book Store Mt Sterling Ky Croquet MT STERLING KENTUCKY TUESDAY JUKE 18 1895 iigiig8gggigigW WI DlfTY S CiALL UUUU9 Low Prices jEggBBEglEJOgllHigiaa 1 11 II tJI Jl I l I lJ I II 1 A Midnight Shooting On Friday night about eleven Hfyclock people who Hvo in the section of town cast of Maysville and north of 3Main streets were startled by a couple of reports seemingly from a gun or pistol of large calibre It seems that Henry Watson Councilman from the - third ward had gono to Settles Bros s livcry stabio and left his horse and buggy lie started in tlio direction of homo and when ho readied the mouth of Wilson Alloy only a fow stops away the Bhot8 were heard A...

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. — 18 June 1895

c I i b r li v A 0 LvV tt fl MWSBIWJMi ajwfc THE ADVOCATE A Novol Duel On tho Island of Jamacla thero was a mooting botwcon a Scotch captain and a noted crcolo duellist named Henri dEgvillo Tho captain had gono ashore and was dining at a hotel in klngstonwhoreas not infrequently happened tho company indulsod rather inoro freely in drinks than was wiso in thoso quarrelsome days All wont well until Captain Stowart was requested by dEgvillo to sing 11 song in Gaelic Now although Scotch man Stowart claimed that he knew no Gaelic but tho crcolo being per sistent rather than give oiluuso the captain sang Auld Lang Sync and RUppofcd that compromise was satis factory Ittio company broke up and Captain Stowart returned to tho ship accompanied by a friend On their way back tho friond mentioned dEgvillos reputation as a bully and expressed hisopinlon that ho deliber ately sought a quarrel for tho pm pose of engaging tho captain in a duel Captain Stowart then said There is no more horrible prac...

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. — 18 June 1895

I A n 1- u I r o fj THB ADVOCATE 4 Wanted a New Diet icfcy jf y0U oat lemons says a high au- KHority on dlototica you will prolong youriifo If your tastes load you to the tomato another authority 10- nurksyou will surely die young Beware of it for tho insidious cancer Juries in ovory ovulo And now tho learned savants toll us that ovon in the succulent and delicious oyster grim death lies concealed That bi Vlve aftor ail thoso years has been fouud by scionco to bo Infested with tho deadly typhoid bacillus which lives and thrives insido tho shell How we have mauagod to llvo so long and eat so many oysters must remain matters of startliug surprise In do ing sowo have unconsciously imped ed tho work of tho invefatigator and aeriouslv trilled with ono whoso beau tiful experiments in bacteriology are t ouco tho 1oy and delight of the cworld Accounts of thorn are pub lished now so that all may road heed I aWruu It has long been known that appendicitis ono of the moat aristocratic and fashi...

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. — 18 June 1895

Hi i c 1 - M hi H t f ii t I i ti 1 f t s I H ff h On iX tl IIS Bargains 1 i Sjr in of 18 V r j - Mt Sterling Advocate Tuesday June 18 1895 spBpeaBBgjggggjggpalgpsn 1 Now Open and Ready f The Lucky Purchasers Gkir rfeW Stock Raivks First ia Quality and Assortment I I TN no previous season have we been able to collect a stock so well adapted to the wants of U 1 rnmmunitv as we now oiler in - mi s C MENS jN SHOES HATS AND and mi r ruj in r FUKNisHiNu MLS I i 1 1 I 1 1 l S M - mJ wm i BOYS m UUUUb FAIR examination turns the tide of trade to our store and the ings into Our pocket 500 600 guaranteed 750 Will huy an All Wool Will buy a good Black wiU bny an All Wool Cheviot Suit from us stylGS to se Dressy Suit m sack or sizes 34 to 42 color foot from frock 20 styles to se- loot from JOHNB STETSON PI AT come to usfor it 1 000 Will buy a fine Worsted Serge Fancy Cheviot or Cassiinere Suit 3 0 styles to select from Just received line assortment of WASHABLE VESTS WHITE LINEN PANTS and DOUBLE...

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. — 18 June 1895

v V at PRICES iv v k Vyi 4 jiff - INSECTICIDES f Pure Paris Green oPure Persian Insect Powder Jgpwd Hellebore at BOTTOM 73 r Dm Store Mt Sterling Ky - ---- 1 - V HORSE AND TRACK Robort J Stopped a mile in 207 last week Oriole dm of Foil 215 has a filly at ado by Recorder Heir-at-Law will bo in Ed Gcers A ablo again this season About 125 horses are in training oror the track at Columbus 0 Bollo Vara 2 08f is pacing fast and iy take a low record at that gait Fantasy and Directum are oxpected meet at Red Oak la and Minneap olis mouth Collie Mason 214 by Onward has been taken out of h 1 broodmare rani s arid will be prepaied lor a fall cam paign A Chicago horseman who was in BulUo recently mado an oiler of 7 OWKfT Roetta Soap by Patchen WilgB Coleridge 2 09 isthe son of C F I Clay that could havo paced cIobo to 2 0G early last fchsou boforo an acci J deut happened him is going without yBpc9 this year and is doing all that Ktabked of him Ml I I II I II - Senator J C S Blackburn and Senat...

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. — 18 June 1895

i hi v i l I v 1 s V 1 if V THE ADVOCATE 4 Natural Beautifier TCavld Olovor Hoot Tea purifies tho 5Iood aud givcB a clear and beautiful complexion For Bale by Thos Ken nedy Hieasnres For Cooking Every housekoopor who will take tho trouble to cut out tjii little table for liquid and dry moasurmouts will licstappreciato its valuo after fro qdaat roferoucos It may bo pasted m a bit of cardboard and huug in a -convenient place near tho cooking ta blo iu tho kitchen Four oven toaepoonfuls liquid equal mc cvonjtablcpoonful Three oven teaspoon fuls dry mator jal equaloue tablcspooiifnl Sixteen tablcspoonfuh liquid equal tone cupful Twelve tabloipoonfuls dry material -equal one cupful Wpo cupfuls equal one pint Four cupfuls oqual one quart Four cupfuls Hour equal one quait oroucpouud Ttvo cupfuls solid butter equal 01 e pound Two cupfuls granulatedjsugar equal oao pouud Two and one half cupfuls powdered rBugar equal one pouud vGtidpint milk or water equals ono One dozen eggs should weigh on...

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. — 18 June 1895

y 1 i i ft THE ADVOCATE HORSE AND TRACK Coasttnan 2 0btt will bo raced this year Eflgemark 2 1G is now iu Marvins stable Moadvillo Pa An offer of 5000 in cash was refus ed for Strathborry 2 last week Oyer 0110 thousand horses are on tered in tho 70000 worth of stakes at Galeeburg James Pustin will ship Directum to Keel Oak Iowa late in Juno with tho expectation of starting him in tho Strong Boy by Allandorf lowered liis record from 212 and tho half mile track record of Indiana from 2 14 to 2 illf last veek Two noted sires died last wool Kentucky Princo owned at Story Ford and King Wilkes owned at Woodburn Farm One of tho largost and heaviest horses ever trained at Fleotwood Park is tho pacing gelding Mick Erwin in John P Gibba Btable IIo stands IG2 hands high and wciirhs 1200 pounds Gibbs worked him three boats laet week in 22G 223 and 222 the last half of the third heat in 108 Mascot is soldom mentioned in the races which Kobort J John R Gen try Joe Patclien and Hal Dillard aro exp...

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. — 18 June 1895

II If4 f i A h RO 0 s rs M Fkl W IIjcA thought anil Kdlttumon have curred amoog Iho good and tho wise Tho Dubjoot has been Dr Fcnnera Golden Relief A says It ourcu too many dlsoasos claims too much D says tho list Is Ion and its a long way from corn to a pulmonary consump tion Its trifling with human affliction O has tho solution It curc3 only Ixexammatioit Thats but ONE Its got many names A corn 11 ono A consumption is another Many be tween such as neuralgia toothache burns rheumatism diarrhoea dysentery flux otactc Curo tho inflammation In any of theso and tho discaso is gonol Faults with tho naming remedy not to blamol Treat it fairly Giro it a chanco Tho Doctors dont cure consumption This is tho last chanco Try it Read the following Mrs D 0 Smith No SO North Washington St Rochester N Y writes Nearly all my relatives havo died of consumption I was un der tho ban of tho samo dread discaso Had the wasting of flesh and tho hcctlo flush I final ly began tho uso of Dr Fenncrs Golden R...

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. — 25 June 1895

ji f IW - i 1 u imi i flnHHHHM0HHPIMMMPPfflVT - u Jr 0 8 t i r i - v rr - rr v fii r c - - VOLV ilgMMgSggggMiifMSSMSMS Hammocks - t The finest1 line ever brought to the city at WSLLOYDS Drug and Book Store 2STo B Si St Mt Sterling Ky Raises ABSO Croquet Sets- Low Prices lSMgMMgSlM1MlgMSMM IKS Jl ROW Sand and Wants 25000 Damages Jr rtTTrm tat ai i r AS f WE tW PA 1 k t A VJDUXJ XXVW U VTJLXX JXX Qn tho 8th day of September 1891 a negro woman was comlng from Cin cinnati to this city and in changing cava at Winchester instead of goingr into the coach prepared in accordance with an act of the Legilaturo com monly known as the Jim Crow took a seat in the coach in which the white passengers travel The conductor Mr Carmichaol when ho took up her ticket requested her to take a soat in the car for the colored people Sho emphatically refused to go and Mr bSar iuichael took her by the arm and without resistance sho was led hor into S4L hM - ii it ti si lU UUl JI11B WllB ill 11JU1U WilH III II ...

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. — 25 June 1895

ft U t cs II r j2t i c v lifiitiiJj sffiatswa pfvjw i aJ itl iPJ THE ADV0GATE Thoro aro several cases of scarlet fever hi Flomlngsburg At Burgotto Mies a negro tied his wifo and chopped hoi head from her body with an ax and aftorward de capitated his child An ico war is on between tho Hcn dorson dealers and the prlco is down to 25 cents a hundred with prospects of its going to twelvo and one half cents Tho Manitoba LogUlaturo supports tho Governments refusal to accede to tho suggestion of tho Dominion Gov J orumont for tho re establishment of soparato schools Tho Commercial is tho namo of a new Republican weekly papor just started t Carrollton Tho editors namo is Broylcs and ho Bays ho will make it hot for Democrats A bullmad with hydrophobiatrecd Horman Williams in an apple tree near Greenup Ky Ho was hold prisoner until his sixteen-year-old sou was called and shot tho animal A Boston Philanthropist has pur chased 5000 acres of land near Wins ton N C on which ho will erect 600 cott...

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. — 25 June 1895

K - 1 1 ifh foad kterTi j as tiiK ADVOCATE Hub SpokM hne to look after a boy when pt hear him f a watch well regulated 13 matter of time U the early bird that catches the Jaw is off on shooting wee is golden fa lectio talk is L an a good deal uv talk is v erybody did prccieoly as ht what should we have to ut of uv these keen ubservers w evrybuddys natur btly but their own an in bed three days can do waras spoiling u wyuiuu o tion than anything else wo f he man who uses a small 1 wrltiri uv himself cant hov nmod oDinvun uv the teller ritin bout majority of people crave a i and think they must go to satre to obtain it when going ifch would bo a greater one m Courier Normans IYankfort friends lieyo ho will bo a candidate for uor four years houce Mchmoudd public building it ib Educed at Washington will bo Jdy for occupancy In November 9 oreau trovemmout nas mauu owance ot eruuu yon auoui to sustain the Corcan Legation biugton ew woman may rovisu mu hor hearts content but she rer elimina...

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. — 25 June 1895

i gj t J U - n VVI I J i V S 1 - r Bv t A 1 r fS5 si f ADOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday June 18 1895 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner Wo are authorized to announce John C Wood as a candidate for Rail road Commissioner for tho Eastern District of Kentucky subject to tho action of tho Republican parly DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representative Ninetieth Legislative District Counties ofMontgomery and Menefco W F IIORTON For Railroad Commissioner Tninn DisTiifcr GBEENIiKELLAR of Nicholas County 5C The Negro Cabin Never was a nioio appropriate do vice adoptod by a party as its umblom than was that pre- mpted by the Bepub licanof Kentucky at their late con vention in Louivillii Their voters come largely from tiio negro cabins and tho leaders arc giving them tho recognition they deserve But the Democratic rooster will crow out hisfl nolo of victory from tho top of the nigger cabin in Novembor just as euro as tho day of eication cornea The DeletjatB From Rowan and The namo of Judge John ...

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. — 25 June 1895

1 i tff f i 3 a prices V SECTICIDES tire Baris Green ure Persian Insect Powder owd Hellebore Ut bottom Up f 1- KENNEDYS Drug Store Mt Sterling Ky Ywf I am going to take girls next tear as well as boys 44 0 W Fowler 1 There will bo a moonlight foto in Mrs MarySamuols yard ou the night i July 4th RevMT M Beuton will hold scr oti at usual hours at Epiacopal Church next Sunday June 30 ik HHohusons Magnetic Oil cures Bamps and colic and internal noural Ha andhoadacho and backache in- ntly 25 and 50 cents he Vest 1 fflgras8 seed prospects are the agon In this county in several yearafand the fanners are looking forward to ajucrativoyiom Mrs Narclssa Battaillo of Sharps burggcd 78 years died at that place -on SiJHrday nigldv She was a sister OffrsTAbdclaido Barnes who died on TBPfid ay night t C Kendall of eater the democratic I1 L M fit i I lor State The i case West Liberty Treasurer will convention at uisvlllo with 190 votes Ho has a A showing for the nomination eainst Thos of Thos Turner...

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. — 25 June 1895

h I I i f ii f I ri j 1 IP H V W u Ji i XlMJM m pwrMJi Jlil l JUijMP5M1B1PW F1 THE ADVOCATE - f a In Ligliter Vein She is ft fool rash virgin indeed who goeth with out oil in her bicyclo lump theso days Verily she hath wheols N Y Herald Taking the Queue Sampson What are tjicso tpwo hundred mil lion taels which Japan asks as in demnity from China Lamson Pig taels of course Uncle Sam It is estimated that fifty car loads of fresh apricots will he Shipped from Arizona within the next few weeks tho earliest known 4tnd fi Qin a new section that bids Jjiir to bo a rival of California Mrs Lucy Evans of Independ ence Ho is 112 years of age and no affidavits are necessary to prove It Her father was a captain in the American army under General Washington her husband fought the British in thewar of 1812 and Jier grandsons fought in the con tests between the States in tho sixties Man from Boston If Mars has inhabitants we might learn from them Man from New York If Mars lias inhabitants wo might ...

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