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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 30 July 1895

r J Vol Invited to rsuit you His t Axon department is under his own charge at all times Tlios Kennedy THE DRUGGIST T X You can only educatoyour child x ice therofoi o do it right JLtio iv LU S Is no experiment 0 W FowtER Wu oil the 14th iusc to the wife fefcV S Ilockadav a rf Misa Alico Burton will entertain a number of hor friends at her home on liigh street this evening jRov C J Nugent left to day for lazel Green whoro ho engages in a Lmeetiug Elder W T Tibbs will till fcct Nugpnta pulpit next Sunday Tiorning Mr John W Wilson arrived ncrc laBt Saturday from Flemings Ihre and is now making every pre- Iparation necessary to open the new Wkotel the Commercial August 1 Tho Ills of Women Constipation causes more1 than halt Mho ills of women Karls Clover Roof Tea is a pleasant cure for constipation For sale by Thos Kennedy 0 9 Mr Jo C Scotts many friends will find him behind the desk at the Com- rinercial Hotel which opens lor fjness August 1 No more pleasant sgontleman lives than Jo Sc...

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 July 1895

t ft i U U il lrJ 4 tpr THE ADVOCATE THE GRAY PATROL Taut bridle corarado the rldo ts done There is 116 debate tho Patrol has won I Slowly well rldo til wo fairly bravo The gap In our way which man calls tho grave Well leap It gallantly then our Cole From our lifo is paid to tho Gray Patrol Whatsomo call Conscience tho Gray Patrol What a life were ours had wo early crept And slain him surely the while he slept 1 We had stopped nt nothing you Soul and 11 We had lightly harried and galloped by Wo had but dovourcd wo had sought no goal JJut for this rider tho Gray Patrol I Wo turned and fought him How soon ho fell How wo loft htm there as wo thought it well As wo mounted again twas my mood to troll AJecringcatch Hut more than a match Por Body and Soul Was tho Gray Patrql As the huntsman hovers who guard tho hounds We saw hhn riding bcaldo us there A thlna uncanny from out tho air A force defluinir our metes and bonds Jllding his stallion n swift things foal iijjifttf ji W ft Tho Gray P...

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 July 1895

It w I I ft m THE ADVOCAJE Kansas people havp 6tartcd a move- bmotit to hasten cx Couol Wallora re lease frorfl a French prison- AHleco of Mayor Schmohlof Galo Sps Ill has married hor mothdrV inulo iorlyfour years hor senior nmi A Now England girl fifteen years old haejust mado a successful ascont to tho crater of Iho volcano of Popo catepetl Mexico mi imli nm Gorraanyhas proeutqd an ultima tum to Morocco regarding hor claims for indemnity fortho rccout hblling of a Gorman subject - - 1 t Mrs Mary Mooro of Newark O- found under lifo sontduco in tho pom ytpntiary for burglary hor long lost sou who went West years beforo A niotiou to prevent its school teachers from wearing bloomers was voted down by tho Toronto School Uoard and the women are happy over tho result Tho total acreage of all farms in tho United States is G23218G19 ot which 357616755 aro improved or under cultivation and 2G5G918GA acres re main uncultivated Tho Bethluhent lion Company haB shipped five turret plates for tl...

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 July 1895

I i ft r E i v Wl 1 I fr i Bf sw Itff i 1 I i N - I i M itftOfRHWroifbft f v -7 ji VHnVvfrih ff AMi rfT jW - - THE ADVOCATE WHEN WILL DEMOCRACY DIE When the lion cms jrrnss llko nn ox And iho fUhnonn swallows tlic wbalo When tlio robins knit woolen tocks Amltho lirtie Is outrun by the snnlt When scrpiutsSrilk upright Hko man And doodle bugs trn el like frog Wliou Kifl9hoprura feea like liens And feather uiefound on hogu When Thomas cits swim in the- air And elephants vooit on trees When Insects in summer are rare And snuff never make people sneeze When 1UU ci eep over dry land And mules an velocipedes ride When foxes lay eggs in the sand And women In dress take no pride Whan Dutchmen no longer di ink beer And girls get to church on time When billy goats butt from the rear And ticuson Is no longer a crime When hnmminu biids bray llko an nss And limburger smells like cologne When plowshaies nro mado out of glns And the heaits of true Teians of stone When ideas grow in Populists heads ...

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. — 6 August 1895

i w - i pi 101 i i I H s IH ij A Bloody Killing u Sunday some three and a half J9 bouth of Joffevaonvillf Horace taynohl a 17-year-old boy was shot im ambush and killed by Oojm Iuvluiis a mail living in thosamoJ nighborhood It seems solno weokf since Reynold induced a woman Hy ing with Hawkins as Jus who to cava hm and accept him Reynold tor a partnoriustoad Ilawkin him solfhiwiiit ia said conio into posses sion oEf lit woman bv inducing her to Sleavu her lawful husband After the m woniaiuiau ljjit mm ina tout t kius sfladu dire threats against nolds Sunday aboutll oclock Rey nolds brother was standing not far from their hpmo when thcroport of a gnu startled him more particularly as rflOtue of the twige were cut on a tree iit over his head lie broke and ran jwr help Finding some ono shortly ho returned and soon localed whoro Juvlbonght the shot was fired but Was frifiid to find his brother Horace fiyUJg with gunshot wound in hie back nd his head almost severed from his Vk1 by the sa...

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. — 6 August 1895

Mvi J v - - U- 1 J T- I - l di V ft l is V Ti i v- J il xbATiUS JLUBUUtiBED Principal Subject of the Horr Harvey Talk FifTR COIN STATES HIS CASE EXACTLY What In III- View I tho Operation of tlio Double Standard Myatem nrr Holds Ztbur To Be the Bent Stnndttrd of Value nnd Menurcs Goli That Showing a Depreciation of of the YelloiT iletnl as He Views tho Cnse Copyright 1895 by Azol P Hatch IJThe fifth day of tho Harvoy Horr de bate began with tho chairman Judgo Miller on tho uoor Ho simply requostod tho nudlonco to respect the rights of tho debaters thoro having boon on tho part o u portion of tho audiouco an inclina tion to lntorrupt occasionally Horr then bognn tho dobato by declaring that nil attempts to fix tho ratio botwoon sliver and gold had boon failures Adlfforonco betweou tho legal and commercial ratios of i of 1 por cent hod been eufllclont to clrlvo tho dearer motal out of any clvlllzod country It had bon so In this country Gold was tho doarer inonoy up to 1834 uud it loft ...

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. — 6 August 1895

m I D I - HE V yl bpSY iiflW AD La- OLDEST LIVING LANGUAGE Jt L - svllence Tfel Mexico Is Craile of Primitive Man IntheJiret place It was otyyioulr Afttjeimry to find if possible a kov to hieroglyphic in which tlio nuirnl ascriptions are written and to tlio oiutlon of this problem Div Lo Plon geon directed all of his efforts says tlwKevieWaof Hoviews For a lonjf tlno his attempts in this direction iwere futife ami it tvas only after tho ottrprolouged ami careful analyses Of M characters that ho at length stumbled unon a clow The discov ery came abent in this way Ho hap- ipewl o obsorvo that certain signs carved upon tlio walls of 0110 pt tho n bnitdiugs closely resembled those of ihq ancient Eiryplian alphabet with which lis waa familiar This led him oekfor further points of ilatic which ho also lound Tlio next step was to dotormiuo tho lauguago of tho inscriptions Knowing how ox- ceddively cuiiservalivo are tlio liiiosof Yucatan in all respectn Dr Lj 1 JPloilgeon iufurred that prob...

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. — 6 August 1895

ITf 1 t M - e X j If 41 a- 4 ISM V v h ms Xjyf -V r u i - - i -wt WllWMlWtaIWiBlMWWWWttftlUUM MJIHWHI MM IIWI JDWCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday August 6 1895 ANNOUNCEMENTS- DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Gavcrnor 1 WATHAHMX j Of Mcrcor County Vox Liculeaut Governor It X TlJUIilt I iiiH tA Of Fulton County wlllu Fr Auditor JiUKECKQUJtAV i OX JJoono County M KrAitbincy General - - - ftt W J HEKDRIOK Of ricirUnfc County Voc Treasurer j V- K CFORD Ufor Secretary ot State - H S IIALK Ot Clay County feoKallrosiil Commtelonor sdDlstrict - U It KEMiHU of Carlisle vFUeiHawRtatlveltth Lotolatiro District Couniio of Mniitgouiwy nnil Jltmotoe AV F HOItTOK Maj A T Wood of this city is sin announced Candidate for United Stales Senator provided fhc jiipllcnnx curry the Legislature at the November election The Wood family would like to lake all the offices if there wore enough to go uround A sense of modesty nev er keeps them from asking for any possible crumbs there may be in sight they act ujoa old uncle...

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. — 6 August 1895

t ft rgo n n n J - 1 D are Invited to Bring your business to KENNEDYS Drug store He will use every effort to please you Call and See Him He Will guarantee his prices and goods to suit you His prescrip tion department is under hi own charge at all times Tlios Kennedy J ffing along utcolv ni THE DRUGGIST Suarpsburjt this wook i u The radios Evchimao havo added luiiou counter whoiotiio hungry will bo filled at all hours 1 Some of tho fasten trotters of tho State vf boat tho Sharpsbtirg ftfr this week and the racing will bo closa iurtl exciting Just opened a firnt ekes filiootinji gallory next door to Wcndon and BHtf JtlysvillQ strcot Hand6omo prizcB will bo given away every week Van tho llttlo son of Air George F Green broke his inn last Thursday availing The little tellow lias agood deal but at this w riling Jt All Recommend It Ask your physician your druggist BAUud jour friends about Shilohs Cure - - for Consumption They will aneud it For sale bv Thn Kennedy Mr J C Johnston of Luuisv...

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. — 6 August 1895

111 li 4J7T i HuJfl MT - fJ t M 1 N f iM v it h ww w n i L fc Kr S i A t iva n X ir If JO h K ri vji r K 1 V i V fcj P v f MH V V JPtUlitvpWtvoJ a Doctor It Is said when Dr Fcnncr as aorta his Golden Re lief cures Inflamma Hon la any form and as well -when Biven In 6 drop doses on a lump of sugar once In 2 hours In sore throat bronchitis and consumption m when applied exter nally In fresh cuts I bruises and burns ue is tmnir to e for himself the hard earned monoy of the MnTirnm 00 toes lmpoEslbllltlea He is trying to play his wily trick upon the unfortunate poor He thinks the bold assertion will win He would profit out of the misfortunes of the weak and afflicted He knows the dread of the erare and that the sinking man wQl catch at straws tomato well this la fluiU aa Indictment uttered fcv tfeo pessimist the misanthropist the era wisher If not the erll doer Dr Fenner Is a want that this sentiment will be put to the front by those who are Jealous of his success It lu made him Hesitat...

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. — 13 August 1895

h Id u l if t 1 i 5 i IS IP V fif tf 1 VOL VI i iq fit Hi i i m I i M II III III1 UJI w m P I S i u w x I p I Jfiiillllllllillilll i 111 M mm 1 m rs in iks 8 r MI B t Ooq STERLING ADVOCATE A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN INTEREST WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE gaplPMP PJgPlllPMPPiPPJ Hammoeks The finest line ever brought to the city at WSLLOYDS Drug and Book Store v IVIt Sterling Ky 1161 b6 Low Prices MT STERLING KENTUCKY TUESDAY AUG 13 1895 lib EXCURSION To Old Point Comfort this after noon 1350 Round Trip Rouud trip 13 50 leaving Loxiug Tuesday August 13 at 11 40 a in Through sleeping car Lexington to OKI Point Comfort connecting at Ashland Kv wiih the O O Ity Finest vea tibuled train of diuiug car and sleep ing cars running through special to OldPouit Comfort and arrivoat 1130 a m Wednesday This will bo one Sl the grandest trips of tho year and ono of tho finest trains over run to Old Point Comlort Ho dont fail to take ndvantagoof same and go Stopovers will bo allowed returning at Lynch burgh...

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. — 13 August 1895

IT r 1 r f f iL i r IS HOT AND EMVY The Fire on Both Sides at the Silver Debate SEVENTH DAY OF THE DISCUSSION Harvey Further Eluoldntos tlin Prlnciplo of Holentino lllinetnllUin nml Clntim Thnt 84800000000 In Primary Money I Needed to I llualiiets In Thla Country on n Safe Bisla Uurr Uoo Largoly Into Comparative lrloea of lroiluct Copyright 1891 by Azol F Hatch In oronlirg tho soventh days dobato on Bllvor Horr referred to n statement mndo by Harvey that silver dollars of 41i grains standard sllvor were coined lu 1874 and 1874 for tho pooplo of Nevada Colorado and perhaps California out of silver produced in tho Uultod States and under tho free coinage law Horr snli ho could not undorstaml how it could bo as 412 grains of silver woro worth inoro un coined than coined at that tlino Horr added thnt he hnd huntod the mattor Up and found that tho truth was this Con gross had previozaly provided thnt car tain foreign silTcr coins should bo rcdoomublo at tho treasury and tho 6cvernl posto...

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. — 13 August 1895

v K n Vm lx r Monthly Crop Report- V II 8 Sm jUfc THE k rlC nnral nllilobk fOlvU LXCotlCUl jli crop was never butiur in- ltdti tucky than at tho prcsont time luUa have bcoii abundant all ovor thq Siah present conditions aro very flattering full cron out but looks well and win be with favorable season of good quality pasttues the best for years Prom tho county of Simpson Wheat has turned out very poorly corn looks line tobacco has run up vpindllug much of it is fronclicd lowlands bad lwaehed out From the county of Union Corn best prospects for years too much rain for tobacco frouching badly a light crop ot hay From tho county of Graves To bacco is at least one half damaged by high wator and too much rain for the hills all bottoms are overflowed fully one third of tho wheat crop is ruined hy high wator and continued raiue it l y planted corn would iiiuko a fair cron without much rain but Ik would require several good ones to malco a largo yield In fioino States the drought still conti...

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. — 13 August 1895

t K t ir ngHLJBRPJt3lrWTffg HKWIPBWl ADVOCATE PUBLISHING WAR Tuesday August 13 1895 ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Go cm or PWATHAItDtN Of Mercer County For Iiicutrnaiitdocrnor IS T TYLER Of Fultou County For Audltoi LUKECXOUMAX Of Uoono County For Attorney General WJHENDRTCK Of Fleming County For Treasurer- It C FORD Of Clay County for Secretary of State H S HALE Of Graves County For Register of Land Offlcc GREEN 11 SWANGO 1 Of Wolfe County for Commissioner of Agrlcnltiuc ION UXALL Of Jefferson County For Sunt of Public Instruction ED FOHTEIOIIOMPSON Of OWcn Comity For Railroad Commissioner 3d Disti let C It KELLER of Caillsle IVrKopi tentative Oth Lcslilatlvo Dlstrict Countiojot Montgomery ami Mcuofcc V F HORTOX Suit lias boon filed in Philadelphia o restrain the city from sending tho Liberty Bell to tho Atlanta Exposi tion Tho citizens ot Philadelphia have raised 20000 to defray tho expenses of an investigation into municipal affairs Tho Popo liai written to Emperor Will am ...

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. — 13 August 1895

Vffl SS O fcl K Yon are Invited to Orc v bring your busi Y ousiness 10 ti KENNEDYS Drug- r tr tii afxjjtore ne win uat cvu effort to please you LCall iWKSmMI 3 R Ia m and See faim He will guarantee his prices and goods to suit you His prescrip tion department is under his own charge at all times Tllos Kennedy - THEDRUGGIST A ir 1 t i 3 i INpiniHg CUCap ia Klu uuu uuiiim trnnd 5r phnan Annlv this lo a school ft for boys and girls Tho Kentucky Training School is tho on 0 for both C WFOWMSK The Advocate is live years old to day Morn to John Hortuu and wie neo Alice Duff llBa1 fpe Wednesday Aug 7 a 10 pound boy lY The boys of the ofllco return 1hankstoMr Win Roach for a Das- ket of the most magnificent apples West Liberty has telephone com munication with Morebead and a Hue to bo at once built from West liSVty to Hazel Green Lzzio tho little daughter of II M Woodford ell while walking on the joists of a now building last Wednes day and cut her had quite sevoroly At W C Francos salo of t...

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. — 13 August 1895

I t fn I f t fc W THE ADVOCATE KEEP A GOINM If yonfcUiKoa thot nor rose Keep a goln hall orltit snows Keep agolnI Taint no use to sit and whine When tho Ash aint on your line Jtalt jonrhook nn keep on trying Keep a goln I TUhon tho weather kills your crop Keep n golnl When you tumble fiom tho top Keep n golnl t8poo youioout o ooiy dimci 6lttln tiroko nlnt any cilme Tell tho woild youio fcelln primely Keep a goln 1 VWhcn It looks liko all Is up Keep a goln Uhaln tho sweetness from the cup Keep a goln See tho wild birds on tho wing illcar tho bells that s cctly ling When you feel liko slghln sing Keep a goln 1 P011 And in Brooklyn Xu a trolley investigation lyn an oflioial of tho company stated that many of tho so called accidents were caused by men deliberate Standing in front of tho caw in order hat they might bo knocked down And injured and thou bring suit to re cover damages A curious use for a husband is re ported from Jlerkenwcll near Loudon where a Mr Lamb and hia wife kopt a s...

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. — 13 August 1895

i vF T rf THE ADVOCATb vv flliinfcM Gordons erandson died t v of alcoholism in California tThrea illicit mills wo 0 destroyed -by If t r ill re renuc omcera in jacKeon county - 0 A Boyd Republican Marshall OroiftQli Ky is bohind in his accounts ud fugitive ThQ oat crop in Madison County this year is to bo thrjv largest within tho rememhf anco of tho oldest inhab itants I S I in Anow rifle the 30 calibre ball fircu y which will pierco a tarpodo boaft as been submitted to tho Navy Df artment Seyon Loitisvillo saloou keopbrii wero denied lkonso to continuq busij jmosa Sixty nioro wore warned to kcop better order i m Jho first utloual Bank of jgo charged off from its surplus 1 i 000000 transferring that sum to the profit and los3 account - A convention of Texas Democrats f favoring the silver idea mot day at Fort Worth and adoptou the I usual 16 to 1 resolutions 7 1 m It is reported that Captain General Martinez de Campos is very anxious to resign his post and loavo Cuba and it is said ...

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. — 13 August 1895

o V EU nsw s r 4 p J RWwrWl Thlngt are dlfftrtnt Chill could Just Jump on a little unarmed band 1 of American sailors on shore to avoid scurry And astonish them with her military prowess But when It came to tho American nation the slow to angcrbut terrible when aroused tusttho Jncle Sam was there and there was no question but what he was in It It is worthsomethlnff after nil to be an Ambrican Citizen it means b good deal The same is true of Dr Fennors Kidnoy and Backache Cure It means ereryr thing when It is known and used by those who aro In need If you are bowed down with kidney disease female weakness or blood impurities together with their results of backache haggard looks skin eruptions scrofula dysnepsia con stipation the blues weariness headaches ery sipelas salt rheum or nny kindred atTeotion as well as heart disease rheumatism dropsy etc Its use means a restoration to health an elastic step florid cheeks strength and happiness In short it means being on deck again If you ar...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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