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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 June 1895

1 9 3 i ale W iV rMUl uarl 1I m M Mil v 1n Tirfi g wV J 9 T1 3HDI Y V I o THEADVOCATb His J W Gill of Danville has made a lu000 gift tothe Collcfeo of Bible Lexington1 - -A - SUri Jacob Ponder wifo of a birth last week to threo girls all Hying aud doing woll v In Italy Jhe produce oftho Ameri can sires fAtlan tic James G El wood Medium and Hambloton out ol natlvo s mares aro racing oxceedingly well 1 The Best Gougli pure Ik Shllohs Cure A nogloctod couh is dangerous Stop it atonco with Shllohs Cure For salo by Thomas Kennedy -- Floyd Tevis and J B llaggin two oftho many natives ot Kentucky who ravo prospered in the West have Tnught land inXorh county Cal for wlUchthoyarotVo give 1000000 and lOjOOOacres of swamp land In 1915 Maude I really be lieves Cholly is going to get mar ried - Estfior What makes you think so Maude Ihearhe has joinecl a cooking school The two-year-old gelding MaoB by Wilkes Boy out of Mario by Pilot tojMP Mcditim that is bniiic trained in tho Angliaha Farm stabl...

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. — 25 June 1895

B k t n fc1 3SS Ii 4pAfe Ti toltttht problem requires thought But the Blmpto fat t la known to nyiny that Dr Tenners Golden Relict cures Consumption It docs It evqry time and In every case p hen used before tho lungs havo como too far dlsorganlted Heres a typical case Miss Jones ngedCO has lost 25 pounds cheeks havo the hectic flush coughs and raises nil tho time has just returned from tho South whertf Bfce spent tho winter Did hot improve Sho takes 8 drops of Dr Fcnners GQlden Re lief on ft small lump of sugar oneo In 2 hours Improvement begins at once In 2 weeks sho has gained 10 pounds In C weeks sho weighs 130 and Is ctmnD Tho remedy is a Srucma In Inflammation No Inflammation no sore ness no consumption Thus it cures a long list of ailments from a common soro throat to a grave bronchitis asthma and consumption from a toothacho to a gravo neuralgia from a tcadacho to a gravo rheumatism anda from summer complaint to a gravo dysentery chol craor flux This wldo rango of application...

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. — 2 July 1895

JgllgJBsUf llV JOURNAL JDENTIOAL IN INTEREST WITlT ITS OWN PEOPLE ffi Kide IHca tnfrtaiia k1n K 0 Trr IP Go whcellt L SKV l VJ V J iVlDj KU0Ur ut e ichoo mh mr inc can just ib timo ler as I Jink lazy as ima itirivmn noyaI Alongside r i t i jDoiy T OHlfr Aomo ATlh irbstri Sfcsaid I shbufr to teach I Rlookl tain looV la r You krf juster stf hJ 1 ktu OgS Oli i TvffM gubriouaj nM N41 yo OA iAitit y sHYflBito ia5W nergy t Can 5ho uOg Ivebd mouths ieaer8h f A ore I ottvvol in I aii tfIlotiYe Im coin U - r H puqaa a r itll I JrUlUlU Ii U tt IU l S iTOly h 11 trU WUiw Wi 4a -Mi Irea JR - Judl v yk y tiflmittl LA I ceu leap yea h ipftorPi Tirst Ver 4 The fi -as tn q aim Wo nnlKivl rdysxni ftlled t I F IJ aiim OjW do tho sain j 11 nc VT ton wl on W 82000 t Texafii IJierjow abdiuV A dfrtars lMWIMMMMllllllWtMUllllW W I LUIIMI IHMII lllIIIMHM Hi mufHIU IMI i Illl HMansfasiiglSfffPI S3sl fiT - I - f3l Of H1 W 7 THr - T W J rl m rai a Jr 1 1 KMam TO OCKS I tw y yptT v - i l H vj 4 VSS - I j iv iic...

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. — 2 July 1895

Ivj r - A 1J PL r m J WJS -V A WOODEN PLOW Suddenly Explodes and Two Men- riv ft J THE ADVOCATE How Colored Lamps Aro Made Almost everybody supposes thai tboso little globes avo made pf colored glass Bald an electric light wlrer the other morning picking Up one of the colored iucamlesccnt lamps preparato ry to fastening It in a largo illuminat ing sign but the color is not in thr glass it is only laid on tbo outside Thoros whero tho globd was dipped and as ho held up the lamp for inspec tion a tlngo of red color could bo seoiu extondiugllko a thiu film arouud the brass top on tho lamp aud showing plainly that tho brilliaut rod had been gained by plunging the completed lamp into a liquid To look at tho colored iucaudescents as thoy aro uped in decorating hulls or forming illumi nated signs almost auyouo would take it for granted that tlioir coloring was in tho composition of tho glass But to color glas in composition re quires a preparation of gold aiicl cop per and is too oxpensivo ...

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. — 2 July 1895

I - r w v m 3 WA W m ST V -I 1 THE ADVOCATE tt44sl How Colored lamps Are Made Almost everybody supposes thai those little globes aro made pf colored glass Bald an electric light wlrcrtlu - other morning picking up one of the colored iucaudoscent lamps ry to fastening it in a largo illuminat ing sign but the color is not in tin glass it is only laid on tho outside Thoros where tho globo was dipped aud as ho held up the lamp for inspec tion a tingo of red color could bo Bceiw extending liko a thin film around the brass top on tho lamp and showing plainly that ho brilliant rod had been gained by plunging the completed lamp into a liquid To look at the coldrod incandesconts as thoy aroused iu decorating halls or forming illumi nated signs almost anyono would take it for granted that thoir coloring was in tho composition of tho glass But to color glas in composition re quires a preparation of gold and cop per and is loo oxponsiyo to satisfy- tho ordinary demauds of business The compauics...

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. — 2 July 1895

V VV Hi 1 A k IS A 11 6i u s - rtfir e Hint To The Wlsai MatdenfAwitfKirlntf ou the Btalk Hide lhcht rl Aired or willfel XfnlllMna l1SMlir tfnaix anfl 11 Jcwnccling Wheeling everywhere LA ti Hard to Teaoh rnnrtirnl UaA 1ri I tamtoDnrT frOItl r auuuvi uau uijiju M pehool houso in the mountain FLrtf i inlillilrnn wnlir Dftlirrvillif ftTfaV - w u ----- Must u ttmo for mo to meet tho Bfcbool raueras rodoby HowaB a long lank lazy kind of a mouutalndpty ibont as nnliko all educator as Wf J imaglno but ho auawercd tie lm ppm loV t HoVdy do said I riding Alongside ftowdyFsaidho r four dayajWork doiid Vf up I 1 8aidiL Ilea ii Im glad of it said he Xout you like it said I 1 Oulj eprtoiV Saul hfi aAr6loy ohaVd to toachas that BaidL xt 4 gbn uv oin iBald ho riBTtlJoy eumiMchblahs safdI Motrj except ouo about aoBatdjipr - t I should think fihe would ueieasy to teach8aid 1 i looked at me with a luiok Took lint thern was uo smilo itt7 - i Y5nknov7 anything about gals Water said ho very earnestly I...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 2 July 1895

fife - V Jgw f I - J tt Jf - IP i tji ffS I H7 BfTllUSt THKlr I v W4SAM1 XHIhtTo ThBWlse Mald6MftwiMirlHf On tho stalk Hide ImwriRges or Valk w r JWABMGATE r r 1 j r AUicWfiMHowmiiK rrcsn nnu inir i GoTvbeeling Wheeling OTcrywlicre M K Mt Hard to Teach- a4 Mschool had leeu dUmlBsodLfrom house in the lnouijtaiu Uultlie childrou wont scurrying aray iu tlmo for mo to meet tho foslor aslrodoby Ho was a hw fank lazy kind of a raountalnwr jooulfas uuliko an educator as we imagine oui no whhywu turtle i TTnNiiTv do Baid I ridinrfup LlJJlbnKsldoN I K T H bi Xv 0Rontyou llko it Said I fc - tf MJiowrtyaiauo tvourdayv6rkxdQiiov saldI lfeauvrm glad of it said ho 1 pldy BOrtoV said ho XvoiChcy fio hard tq teach aB in v fiatdX - nie hyvorti itty siiid ho - fellioy small jscholarB saidVl Batlvy except one shes about H fiiM Ishouia think sho would bo easy vo teacn sam 1 Ms looked at me with a quick tin- fiiin Tnrtk lint there was no smile hi T6u know anything about gals ilster said ho very earnestl...

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. — 2 July 1895

i Q l ADOCATE PUBLISHING COHTAHI Tuesday July 2 1895 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner Wo arc authorized to announce John 0Wool as a candidate for Rail- rotA Commissioner for tho Eastern fkDiofciict of Kentucky subject to tho ftctfon of the Republican party DEMOCRATIC TICKET t Kar Go a n or P WAT HAKDIN Of Mercer County Tar Ueutcnant Governor It T TYLER Of Fulton County Filr Auditor LUKLCXOnJIAy Of Boone County STor Attorney General WJ1IKHDRICIC Of ncrnlng County fiH Treasurci K C FOKD Of Clay County WnrJSocrcRiry of State JI S IIAliE Of Graves County XSor Resistor 6t land Office GUKH II bWANGO Of Wolfe County - V ar Coramisiloncr of Agriculture IOXBNALL Of Jefferson County JtfbrSupt of Public D lOUTEIt TIIOMlSOX Of Owen County or Hallroail Commissioner 3d District G It KELIXU of Gailislc Sar nepi Cifentativc Otli Legislative Disti let Counties of Montgomery and Jlcncf ee W V HOItTOX Tho clear and shrill clariou of the Detuocratic rooster will bo heard all ver Kuutuckv in Novo...

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. — 2 July 1895

mm M u pi - h mmiiS SRif r - niiiBiuMmiiiiiii mil mimmiwmmiIim iitwiMMilnwlim - tluJLiUlluIJJiiMi j jfetaiiir 1 BtX re Persian Insect Powder SMmllWSf wmmr PRICES t - ISeNHEDTS Dnig Store JHp Sterling ICy ilBWf Yes I am going to tako girl- next wBYcar as well as boys MP 45 tf C W Fowlto aMg t - J9k Bicyclo Races July ltli at 0ik View jlBBb Park flbf ttK the trial of the negro Jocn Johnson fH1 tluTmurdcrof Polico Chas Evans jHfi progress H t t im Mr Hjod iLvch on Sunday evening W 11 ft sJBightful time 4 The unvoiliinr of the 1 UHRer ct9d by the Orphan 15 V n Vui rnr i Coleman Groves preached a sermon at tho First Presbyterian Mr J B Simrall of Lexington orothor of Pr W T Simrall of this cit has ppeu nominated by tho iraTt3 of that city for Mayor Mr Alf Dan eland Mi3sRosa Moras were married Sunday evening at the homo of Mr Charles Curtice on Rich mond Avenue by Rev A J Arrick - 0 1 Tho excursiou to Cincinnati Sunday vras woll patronized any all who took advantage of this opparnity to s...

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. — 2 July 1895

0 V as ii t a MMtb - v a f frtMIM 11 iinii 1 iirlUmlW rf 0 V THE ADVOCATE Alafgo hotel at Emlnouco Kyf wis destroyed by lire ouo night last It was thought to bo of coudiary origin A house occupied by guilty pair iu Ohio was blown up by dynamito last Friday and tho inmates terribly in j ured 11 Ono louely i quaw alood off a con tractor aud all his men out West ono iay lasrt wook She hold hoi claim until tho railroad sottlod Tho silver men iu tho convention though whipped proved themselves blue lions chickens They wont down vbut thoy went down fighting Amateur Yachtsman What you do for amusement up here Clam Digger Wo watch you follows sail boats - do city She Tell ine when you wero in the army wero you cool in the hour of danger He Cool I actually shivered T A Condua constable and de icctivofor tho Cattlemens Associa tion at Seattle Wash was killed by Alfred Sims whom ho had arrested for stealing cattle Glass is tho moat perfect elastic sub- iu existence A glass plate kept under pres...

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. — 2 July 1895

a M i I dtf N O Q THE ADVOCATE Our Kher Names Patapscb signifies black water Uackansck means hook mouth Penobacot moans tho rpek river The vpi jl Juauita means a alone Pawcatuck means a Cloar stream Narragansott moaus near the point Potomac is olaco of tho burning jplnos Pisotaaquo signifies Jtho gred8cii place Mononrrsihnla mcins fallintr in of tho banks Tho Iudians called tho Kcntlicky river tho Chonoeo Passamaqdoddy mcansgrcat wjfttor for haddock AOuondaga means tho marsh at the oot of the hills I Tho word Gasconade is Fronch and means boaster OiUaria wfae at first Onoiito tho lake by tho village Mainil was originally stony river was originally boiling wator v Osagetho name of a Missouri river Imoaus tho strong VEspiritu Santo Bay in Texas is tho I V -bay of tho Holy Spirit - Lohigh is a corruption of tho Dela ware word lechan a fork Muskogoiif the name of a Michigan river moans plenty of fish y Oneida is an Indian word moaning tho people of tho beacon stone Tho Kanawha in West V...

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. — 2 July 1895

A t t hJw Mr W u J if i Sl JuL - ii i -An wrWmr jte v- w - r fr it t xr Kf22HEJ iMiJtt JWad 1 lAitxTMnTYn 7T Ilf TlTV i usstuod nil thnfc he reprcsontcd no inn hummd nanuui spjss fss s Ho ulead for harmony That part oi 1 Excellent Work Democrats at Dono by tho Louisville HARDIN THE NEXT GOVERNOR He Whs Nominated on tho First Ilallot by n Good Majority It T Tyler So- curet tlio Second rinco on tho Ticket President Clovolmul nntl Secretary Cur- HMo indorsed Louisville Juno 23 Nover was thero a moro enthusiastic gathering of politiciaus than those that assembled herb Ticf attend tho state Democratic con vention Tho delegates from tho 11 con gressional districts met at 10 a in to chooso their respective members for the different Committees Every place on each committeo vms sharply contested especially those for tho committees on resolutions rales aud order of business Tho control of tho latter committeo was wanted by tho Hardin or silver men so that nominations would precedo tho adoptio...

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. — 9 July 1895

t i r i J - S 1 I if m V ft ocT A ALSO UPOQ rt V ifWEEKLY ue fHING OUGHT TO HAVE BRACERS IN OUR COURTS AT ALL TIMES llX They Furnish Assistance to the v lv yt T V If F Jury That is Not Found in the - Law and Evidence A vAsJ was plodding along the high- Jway I was overtaken by a farm wagon Willi ClglH men in ii an umiuu wiiu Hflcs and pitols Tlio driver kiudl askod me to ride into town with thoin and after I was seated I inquired of ono ot tlio mon if Aroyou pooplo out on a hunting oxpedition - t i2To wo aVo hot huntin any thiiig ljo replied After a horse thief No not aftor a horse thiof Perhaps a shooting match s jT persisted No not a shootin match I didnt like to ask further questions but aftor a silorco of fivo miiiutos the driver turned and explained Its nathin hut a lawsuit of mijio which yj w - - Hammocks I The finest line ever brought to the city at ws LLOYDS Drug and Book Store 2STa S Cays ville St Mt Sterling Ky tSets 1 i Low Prices GOD 2I E Main StMI SaTBDBXjIIrTCS f V V 4 ...

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. — 9 July 1895

A t r o M t VMi t - i It 0 THE ADVOCATk DeniooratB in largo numbers are oQdring tlicir services on tho stump for tho campaign in Kentucky i I An Alabama preacher has been ar rested for stealing and selling tho church organ bUilo and liymu books Stato Treasurer Halo has finished mailing checks to tho amount of 100 000 to payall that is duo tho school teachers Itcv D K Pearson of Chicago recently gavo 50000 to the Whitman College Walla Wala Washington John Dovoushiro Clerk of tho Uni ted States Court at New Orleans has boon indicted for embczzrfng 12000 of the courts funds James Foxwcll of Plattsmoutb Nob has won his suit for a one third interest in a 3000000 cstato loft by his uncle in England A prize of 30000 franks has been offered by a florist in Mayenuot Franco to any 0110 who nau produce a plant on which blue poses will bloom v The roportod massacre of Spanish soldiers at Sama Cuba has been con firmed Tho 6oldiers were quartored nailed to trees and otherwise brutillv maltreated ...

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. — 9 July 1895

Ufi ETH AiY0CAm 1KT -in i i i It jjfeflKlh S ilff w 4 JKb ifc a iK SUMMER It f f wlHfi do In summer when tno worm ilJlj7HBrt4nnerotdight unfurled TftflP Sbeekon ua a thousand ways Or raejjjii P8 and cloao beside us stays Atari IsitomcUilng rare and weot Upon ttw grasU print o IJoautys feet At erT iwu a picture sonio glad notes oi for w Xrom newly eonsclous throats jfkury in tbespnsiune uy mo Btrcauu tort Htiee invito and ulend with dreams Owt hi tf fields the honey hunters gq ONrtbO Wights th merry brcezos mow TTj Ik the sky sojnetnystle signs are set Theeartkka neTer failed to read them yet TMcipiwtttlnK to do In summer time i nn sm mosdv bant content 10 11c AndtrMehtbechangcalnthc earth and sky uutingioriuiy Sjslfgiwfa recent euv hquako havb Xm fount on a desolate isianu in Lake Superior The first caauo of Egyptian sugar erorimporlcdtothis country arrived at Laurel Pellaat week Higher jyrictiTttuTobUoTwaircs aro siiflls the cry for cheap money -Mew York World Wa negro with Mai who...

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. — 9 July 1895

j A IP w j F a lV e J iwr - - 1D0CATE PUBlilSHIHG COMAlll fuesday duly 9 1896 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commlsslonor Vo are authorized to announce Johu C Wood as a candidate for Rail road Commissioner for tho Eastorn District of Kentucky subject to tho action of the Republican parti DEMOCRATIC TICKET Ior Governor - rWATHAKDIN Of Merccr Ceimty rorLleuicnnntGoTOnior K T TVEEU r Of Fulton Coimty for Auditor LUKECXOnMAK A Of Iloono County For AUorney Ucncral V WJ HKNDKICK Ot FlcmlngCounty lor Treasurer K C FUHD f - I Ot Claj County For Secretary of State I - H 3 HALE fit Graves County ruEoj tcr of Land OlUce t OR ES1ISWAXG0 - Of Wolfo County For Commissioner of Agriculture 10 KILN ALL Of Jefferson County For Sunt of Public Instruction ED lOKTElt TIIOJIFSOK Of OwenCoanty For Kallroad Commissioner 3d District G R KELLER of Carlisle For neprejentatlvc Otli legislative District Countiu of Montgomery and Mcncf eo V F HOIiTON Gov Brown will not bo a candi late tor U enaior tie nns written a ...

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. — 9 July 1895

b p r IV r K Uj - V S ltfojjfcMedto 1 7 rW your business to KEDYSPrug store He will use every effort to please you V l s 1 Maud See Him -He will guarantee his prices and goods to suit you iiis ytion department is under t his own charge t all times Tlios Kennedy THE DRUGGIST 1 M Yes I am going to take girl uex ypar ai well as boys 45 tf v C W FowiiEii AN our uciouutft havo boon lflo out and wo are now ready fur BOtlln ment It is our policy to cloo all account promptly and this wo ale determined to do Call on us at once i and do uot wait for us to call on you Respectfully 49 2t Chkxapit fc Pcxcti Sterling aiid Plated Belt buckles at freemans at bed rock prices 1 -There is ono man may bo moiv whoso bump of gratitude is if- 1UUC tt UlllllllIJi Ol UUl JJUVlIU l rtemlod the annual Fourth of July hop at Oil Springe D you want youf suit pressed Take it to U ZilissbtM g near the Jacket Store Maysville street 50 2t t Another chango in the Guzfjito E 4 K S Clinkenbeard of Winchester sjhas boug...

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. — 9 July 1895

r ntj H W A a pv This Nation cannot affbid to main lain passable roads and in main jilaces like New York for instance l unable to provide sufficient school ai ommodatious will expend iu noisil celebrating the great national holidm it is estimated not less than 62000 O00 There can be no csimato of th indirect loss to the country from lirib aud accidents resulting from the bai baric niannor of observing tho da wUose model U found in countries lik China Several prominent men have been fatally wounded while riding bicycle- within a month or two But thti loesiit imply that the bicjclUtis be coming moro reckless There are so anany moro of them In proportion Uie uumbei of accidents to wheelmen as not so large as tho number of fiftati tties to those who travel on tho steam It is tho inexperienced iiider generally that gets injured and Hie or she suffers for perversely voutur iiug ou busy streets boforo full control of tho wheel is gained Tho absence af tho brake is the most frequent cause o...

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. — 9 July 1895

Skv Irk jfeffi f DV0CATEr Hfeij DK mVl TWl T J 6 Sanders killed his wife at ex Thoy had been married ayp and ho becamo jealous t lie United Stales Agricultural De partment roport shows that 750000 of the appropriation was covered back into the Treasury A jury at Owensboro haB given Mrs Iiielohart a verdict of for 7000 damages against the murderer of hor husband Livingston county is complaining of Scarcity of water It hasnt rained there to amount to anything for eigh teen mouths Dr TV T Chandlor of ville while riding a bicyclo ran into a drovo of hogs and falling was bo riouely injured An ico war is on between Hondor Bondoalorsand tho prico is down to 25 cents porhnndred with prospects of it going to 12 Four American coiuteitoitora have been sentenced at Hamburg Germany to long terms of imprisonment for forging American and other notes Poaches wcro selling for 10 conts a peck and cherries for l a bushel in Georgia last week The fruit crop of tho Stain is the largest ever known I I I ...

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. — 9 July 1895

tk i i 3rL 3r if i 1 IS W r V1 - j rw Ottreomt by lilt utiforetctn The man with kidney disease may first apply for relict fromdrop3y or skin eruptions or the woman with kidney disease or female weakness may first apply for treatment for lamo hack or fullness about tho eyes or moth on the face Pcoplo often find themJlvcs in tho situation so aptly figured by tho Hon John Allen of Miss the wit of tho 51st Congress Hero is his cele brated rhy mo lot fly on tho floor of tho House to the great amusement of that body Theres Wanny runs the post office And Levi runs tho bar While baby runs tho White Houso And d n it here we are Well its swith theaffllcted To avoid thoso ills or to cure them Dr Fcnners Kidnoy and Backache Cure will not disappoint Tho Rov A J Mcachant lato presiding Elder Grove City Pa Apr 4 1652 writes For 25 years I suffered with kidney difficulty and used only 3 bottles of Dr Fcnners Kidney and Backache Cure I have had less backache in tho last 10 years than I formerly had ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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