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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 31 December 1895

I j O If- 7 p fe o va - iiiiiniMirnr N1 - V 0 got aci nihil lam Uecomo juroo thq Itgain ght a pi thnirters uuO TOQilf nvw jy unu 6oksv tfrf -e Slvl 1 i1 VT vr 41 uyftSn set yu the mone yiMn an- ur tme v A jAlso jlfae iplenty oney to loan obacco on- tofFman Agent- i tv s LtTin v -1 TWAirifrna wwMMfe7SaK ytv v v r j -mw 1 1 T 1 if - A the home of Mr Chas DayiSi TW on Queen street Thursday V an tone II R Mc Bldwney t Fanners Ky and Mles MStcllaiFlpwers ot Portsmouth by Bevi J Arrick Mr MeV ifsfidjook lieepor for Embry Broe - tulCoat Farmorsand a brothor oM ce8IcEldOvney of Winchester Tho bride is due of Portajnouths most tiartnlug young ladies rr W wF118 Rev G O Brown a prominent SaiVFranoi6co clergyman has caused f TflffitUlJarrest of Mrs Mary A Davidson fecafssfiho charge of blackmail He says ouyhtfifiQ complied him to pay a large sum 1 yaifcUniJwiPy lU IIIO inruui ii uoeuiuug tholamilihad an intriguo with a young nils anotlnV of Ills congregation The sjilwr submitted W her extortion...

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. — 31 December 1895

1 VJ 0 Si u IPi i sjf - i - A Hi ret gale along the New England Long Ljlanl and New Jer y eoits 27 Oljjhuiry Mr Emma J li twn k the American Jenny Lind at Myrnstown N L aged about iW 38 Ubttuary Ctnrolxrt last marshal of France In Pans ogd83 Storm struck Galveston 29 Several bloops many Uvea lost BUzanl In OltLiliuma Obituary Dr Jam in Stromr wide v ltnow n authority on mental disoast s in Cleveland aged 70 Steamship Elbo of the North Ger man Llojd collided wltliasimil sleami r 111 the N01 th sou mid sunk with ovi r BU0 IXOplc Judge Ebenezer Rockwotxl noar Hi Concord JIuss ageil 71 Ward McAl lister noted hoeioty leader In Now York citj Convention The twenty seventh annual con vention of the American Womans Suffrage association began at Atlanta IHIIIlUAltY 8 OJiituary Theodore Dwight Welde once a prominent uutlslavery agitator at Hydo Iiik Mass aged 01 4 Firo Phoenix Glaus works burnod at Mo- tjaco Pa loss 2iA000 Obltuarj Gen Mahli rD Manson veteran of tho Mexican and civil wars at I...

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. — 31 December 1895

il tl ql A f la PatitSrTiiit tomW Lily Iii tHe Commniityjv Fv v ion icon astk rviyX do Stake U1V v UMVg m iJ goner Ityrt of confining it iKJliT tn aum inv own charge L have iiifun jo mhor churches whom 1 highly ami il would bo i mo to viiHrff li ni ofirn u mid aoiiB ouiy on the iwijjhborhood or triojidMbis I noj loo jofton The luttor given glvo4JA just statement ot th u between pefors of diffofoi Sbi n wtairii is part of thnt inter ojiliiiatltithi comity which w - lH id a feature of pioaftnt ia mHmijtj IfoiinaiUn ho Jiotiu tic ft View the mdsttirominont Kile fr ministers of all denoniiiis on a fA introductory thorotoTTol mosay 1 A Mhijitor has HUM or no- mm oclnl vNtUfg His owo mstora rk take about all ho has dovorai A lady said to mV P wish lid come and see Urv - owu tr tiriliiil Via FVilirwl rm vf uocBi f frrqnuutiyySH Ph a family be- Ig O 111 KfltBV Y1 ina jNsumbwitat over paruo Lb ujnds butiauuor mo ven Lattice ot tnai proieijuug which runt eonvietiOii of truth au InOM HtMl to 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. — 31 December 1895

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Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 7 January 1896

l Tanrmmmmwm s -3 IW I - Hr1 i vWvS CfcflSSrtSftf t AUUJ 7- X Y ji XH - JHr r - laHK5aKIJtICK L in mAi a JS a M fit liay S HIsi rercatedlytecause serioas I r ni k Ill yui9aavTCtentollowtrmtnj ailments ML iw37iij jlyouarvcakand i y jjiij h 2r -- I littgts DV8PCP8IA H atinetitc nnd cant S Wfk begin atoncg3 liable tfnsUienlm m medicine vhlth Is BrowiVs IronBltters Z Benefit come from S the very first dose IT CURES H KlDrttYND uvea I N0RAL5Bt TltotlBUII W 5C0NTIPATV iMPVnt Btooo W I Vj flftuniAi NeyovsAiiMCHTs a i BTTrJ WOMtNn COMPLAIMTS ft Tw ni ii ci i t j i m r pbrsfio b Tt C tJovdj W 8 Llpyd Jhos ho Bniso tho Ages of Consent - Washington January d Tho Uiial KiiVcau of Reform 1b working iJnWciire tho i aisooUliio auo oi con- i eontlfrom sixteen to ghtoan ycai ttiiajtspXLissnsiOH 10 tuu i orntoricei ntrequbVf iloprctenVativo huh pf iCjiusaJ uxs liliduced a bill pj raising tlio ago and leaking tho law VNuiow appHcioulj ii the District ifs Columbia appUoblsjto tho f torioi ad- all othor...

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. — 7 January 1896

1 fount Tift room briiKinir TslifH ttlooin qViiylng FrtwnlKjrtf bland i of slffttlnff ITrdli fnlrylnnd Eft altn gateway cropping tJlSoU of sound icli oft moaauro r liohrt Is Jxmnd fAik rbythtoio pleasure the twites that como and go lftst hor bosom beating Tmc musl wives that ebb and flow Br nlpily fair and fleeting rBut hark I 8vlft fliieors touch tho fluto In cloiir melodious fashion A lovers llpa no longer inuto Aro eloquont with p usslon Ebo knows ho lurks in shadows dim Hli tuiHjful message bringing Jknd r11 her hoart boos forth to him In strains of silent Ringing r Wllllain llnmilton Hayne BEAEING EVIDENCE In 18 I Avas first mato of the Monico quo of tho Bod King lino fond fhon ono of tho bost going boats hvtlio Atlnritjb sorvico I had run ncross whilo tlio ship lyvm in uook trom Liverpool to 017 Ihonio near Doncastor to seo my sis- JtejrPntty boforo hor mnrringo Sho was rrjipd to a young lioutonnut Itupcrt JRowTing tho nophow r rf old Jonathan Bowling a ocoontrio country squir...

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. — 7 January 1896

1 lx l S Ills K i tK - j Pit 1 rS x- BRITAINS SEIZURES - M - r j j Loug List of Coaatriei That Hare 0 Suffered From Her Good If Great JBrUaiaf8 action lovyard Yoeufela is not inspired by a delib erate purpose o territorial dizemntthlaferftuco to bo formed fronxHha -history of EnglaiuVff foreign iiflaira aij at fault Eroriiriheonlsotsho ha been tho jgressornpon weak native States and ttninor powers She has multlpllcu lior territorial possessions and oraaseil hor empire by various mothodB embracing unwarranted forcible urej adroit diplomatic trickery and Lllbilrary assumption of sovereign Uf riguis nonowing is uuiau luipttrimi K list of the lands she han acquired by 6v the other of these mothodB It - xcnroeeniB ins oooiy t uinuu uy powor which stands over ready to take lauds wherever ircan lay hands on tbonii In tho majority of cases whero lauds have boon forcibly oc Cupied the occupation has not been a matter of jUBt arbitration of tlio spoils of war but of a doliborato and wanton in...

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. — 7 January 1896

to riiiumwun RfClTB PUBLISHING C01PARY Tuesday January 7 1896 Tlitj ltoptiblican olltciala took posses sion yesterday of tho State offices to which thoj were olectcd In Novem bor Thofo was a sorrowful exodus iiotti Frankfort of thoBO whoso tonus of office hail been long And lucrative Tho Culmi armies are npprchiug Havana from threo directions and a decisive sUugglo is expected Havana is already virtually surrounded by tho insurgents and tho military au thority in t mt city aro confused aud apparently helping Tho PrceSloni issued Ins proclama tion at 10 a in Saturday declaring Utah admitted to tho full boticfits of Statehood Tho territorial offioors wound up their business Saturday evening and tho State officers elected lu November wore installed into of iico yesterday morning Tho Bond call lusucd by Secretary 3arlislo call for bids for tho purchase -of 100000000 of Bonds aniLaccurcd itSwstl5iontthvnrbl3popuIar one tho denominations being 50 and multiples of tho same The bond is bo 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. — 7 January 1896

1 i V A v - rK a a jw f A M Ifl v r rc 4l - - war i i i K a Wi tle V i V v tit hlfriejear is here indtf is tirfie to Set y0ni accounts Mine araiall ready and you Cbrtnr1frerrly calling andj settling promptly -Respectfully THOS KENNEDY -X JaijUiiryJ3rtiue2tor at J B Tiptons Jrho City Council will meet in he ooUnoiL ahainber this evoningt - Jolin and AxtAxovr English Bhipped to the Gedi gla market the pa6twcek two car loads of goood mulos Tiic cold snap brought a fairly Good jinatSrvst which is being takon ad vantage pf by our people Tho ico waefrorifour and halt Jo five inches lhick 1 u 0 Mij5es CTtalnod a row of ther friends at their home on Harrison avonuo last Thursday evening in honor of Miss Anna May Potry who left for school vat jilichorago yesterday 3 B Tipton has purchased of s3lrofossDr Thomas Patterson of Lexington tho cottage adjoining Harier Sons livery stable for 2250 Are Ton Made ULisorshlo by Indigestion tpatjon Dirxiness Loss of Appetite Yellow Skfi Shilohs Vitalizor ...

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. — 7 January 1896

h U i ff m A K i lia viv a ri cife MllO ant X i I V 1 Mt Sterling Advocate Tuesday January t8b6 J Wit - AV Vl iV1 niiiin i -SW -- J - 1 i iM T TTTnii lr t ii i i li havo dottlifcetlly passed into anoth or world ANTELOPE r tV SETTECD BS EN JTSSern Atitiiorit i an iheil r vt tiiiir ni iiirvvviin vi itv muxb mww - - 1 m m 2Jbt ft nrsw throughout onrdwclllng iX tlio urchins ftreaenco titling Whtro hud flown tho dimpled laughter f Wanlfk rlnc from floor to rafter Svhnt Isaw a moment niter JlflJLtsJlesh creep I Ho had font my Lamb In pieces Thero -was nothing hut tho fleeces And Homo Tooku Ho had taken in a twinkle YcnnK looked old with inliny n wrinkle J pdets qui to n sprlnklo Strewed each nook yy now Gay waa sad Hood tattered And ray Bacon Bllccd and scattered Spoiled my Locko SPollocka Courso of Tlmo had run Urowninu was Indeed qulto done Vandal lists had just begun Knox to knock The Decline and Tall of Gibbon Swiftly camo to many a ribbon It was rent Btcolo was twisted thoro was pill...

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. — 7 January 1896

Vfr u s ft -- 4 W til Hi J P f IL A r4 tI MM n n k X 4iMvwf i - 1 Q a THE ADVOCATE SoUili Cavolinaa new Constitution went into effect January 1 1 IKIe huckste M of Louisville have tfandod together tpopposo tho now license upon their business Efc Soriator Warner Miller says Gov Morton has formally announced solf a candidate for tho presidency Gov JBradloy haB offered a reward of 500 for oach member of tho Marion county mob arrested and con victed A company haa been chartered With a capital of 2000000 to develop gold mining properties in Bucklnghani county Vm A morSnientwao begun a Memphis Wednesday by coffci men tovhavo January 1 official recognized as Emancipation Day The Atlanta Exposition closed with tho year It ctfsthe city 200000 or loss than 10 per cent of tho monoy ex pended on tho enterprise Tho tptal receipts from paid admis sion at tho Atlanta Exposition wore 30422950 There woro 738115 adults who paid for admission aud 79 8l3childrcn ii m Tho Hercules Ico Company Losing ton...

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. — 7 January 1896

ii w v I IS 31o 1w tji 1 Yo 3 41 1 JVl is C y tboaS jgivo of c A her iiia SkS Krqa 7 i Sis v zzw rti J K1 1 Jv their own jRHW - -30 iaM V NVcOK hor apj ho clos loaves ft1 ratJiiid7 8llO ta liorsoTi EST gMMZMszfi Tlinv nokor tabkK lOT i Mrs llouakor a young woman about 18 years of age died at Ed Uroughtone in Mattio Leo city on Saturday night She was a sufferer tiOiit GOiiBiUiipiiOli Gay Bros of Piegali Woodford county who aro cxtonsively engaged n handling fancy saddle horses were n tho city last week and bought 10 f head of good youngsters of John r Woodford Thoy also bought a fine saddlor of J B Crouch of Plum Lick neighborhood f Call in and look at J B Tiptons ilirioof atatlonory A IJogsand cattle havo advanced fully half atcont a pound in tho last three days Wo hoard of a sale of fat ehoals in tho last day or iw at 3J cents that a week agovrorodulLat3cbnts Lex TS Butchers Stuff Lili CrHZflUO - w w v- - - TcTnrTiflmcf Vl te 77 i ouy is uow tho beutt pi tins day -- u x F f C i 1 S...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 January 1896

h i 1 Bafl fi hf Off J -V 1 1 r r j J 3 A m L M1 4 v 3 V Att r e- tzv Browns IT 5 DvepepsiA NtURALQI g CONSTIPATION Malaria Si 1 L c 4 A fYQVl 1 MnE If you are weak and Z generally exhausted Z nervous have no 5 appetite and cant 5 work begin at once 2 taking the most re- u liable strengthening a medicine which is Z Browns Iron Bitters Benefit comes from m the very first dose a CURES M KIDNEY AND LlVCR troudlcs Impure Blood 9 NCRVOUS AILMENTS H WoMcnn Complaints w Get only the genuine It has crossed red 2 lines on the wrapper g 2 GROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MD g aBHsaiReieiieiseita For sale by R O Kennedy ana J D1 Llovd W Tipion 8 Lloyd Thos Swallowing Dirt- The humorist Bob Bunlottc gives this recipe for swallowing dirt My homeless friond with tho chro matic riOBe while you aro stirring up the sugar in a ton coat glass of gin let me givo you a fact to wash down with it You may say you have long ed for years for tho froo independent life of a farmer but you havo never been able to ge...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 January 1896

- ik TOE f -v lV tfktha Wont il iVUni tHolie I Trier F 1 i it 1 1 M I MV 4 honiEaaf t thoy Mr Vi wf 1 1 BUB BSH KfihJsv v a JisssJi Kt Itr1 mffiKJI iBBLiBBW01 1 r M - - f jet i BBBSBldir 3 ADVOCATE Down in Dixie -The now Memphis Jockey Club has ro olccted Its old officers Tonnoascoa taxable property this yoar is valued at 310061013 Out oi 3000 Wostorn mon who havo Bottled iu Wilcox county Ga 2700 aro Baid to bo RopublicauB ThoYorkvlllo Gold Mining Com pany has been organized at Atlanta to dovolop mines in Paulding county Ga TonnesseoIConfedoratcs aro raising a fund to erect a monument to Sam Davis the hero of tho FirstfRcglment who was hanged at Pulaski Application for charter has been made by tho Trainor Manufacturing Company of liomo Ga The com pany has a capital of 2000000 and will manufacture cotton and woolen goods Tho Charleston News and Courier savs Mrs W B McDaniol of Greenville county raised a ehoat which was born on January 12 woigh od sixteen pounds on February 20 when th...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 January 1896

I tf in nv I x f Jo Pi i I TffF ft 6 Of 4 i zr eonietinios pray for more graco sKvheit wht ye hooiI la mOrogrit r liRams Hora n W AJCliltMfnp WilirSm haaitonlarfid that ihewijiiiot rJc6giiizo Englands claim liltifr A I lit- MA tn fTlMnnKimul - ILTa 7 untiu ci tttnllllinwn tfIH sen oPCyntliiana waa found dead on the streets in that placo Tuesday -- doy tkiusou is to investigate tho charges of cruelty to Georgia convicts imported by a legislative ooramlttoo The Navy Dopartmeut is overhaul Ung the moiitors with a view to speedy preparation for Borvico ill ft 9ei9 a YtsYv r MVVIn f Tnnlovillrt fSt DUUgO JJI If 1WUIU vi uuuui I J was appointed by Gov Bradley to sue 1 coed tlie lato Judge William L Jack- J y M XioUlj Attuvuij uugiv tnj mi eft at Brownsville Tonn for chopping iSls wife to piocoa was arrested at Pa clucali On Tuesday morning last flio de stroyed several buildings Hi tho buBi ness portion of Lagrange CritalHug a loss approximating 12000 The Valley Crook correspondent of lYo ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 January 1896

w A lis 3 iiv a n cito V20 anrs 32r f k C f -S IS Ml llC YfCE bor hoc 3oavj atJX sbG liorsp He lio ir tb t t rr wmr w k mazMvrr i 1 M myyW vm Tf Bk7X 15ji 0 iSF1 MiW mXzl H air- IjPir n y K A f - mf tffr r iShi -vat -as IWOmE PUBLISHING COMPANY r js uesday January 14 1896 Tho British Government has de eded to submit to Parliament full information in regard to Armenia 4Jio Transvaal and- Vonozueln They Have Flooonce TTho Populits in tlm Kentucky Leg inlaturoaro not vory uuinorous but ihoy are mighty influential George v Iowa Titnoh London i kpi yusxiiif as to the coonipllcatlousiii Groat Britains for VCJgn affairs only moagur information feeing given out Thu Hoot which it mow being made roady for eea is nroudly declared by tho British to lie e tlio most powerful nvnr put oflout Tho spo Mile ground yven by the tolling Senators and Uepresentativrr ifor their refusal to parricipMfl in the Democratic Caucus at Frankfoit on - Friday nightoxoept tho Third reason -would offer them no kind o...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 January 1896

tv 1 T t ti hn r - M JSfA NiH VSt J lFf T ai jt a i 3sw j g Bill m nm - 1 0 tSCiwear is her0 and iff i timn fn craf ffT - V tie your accounts r Mihe are all ready NmcTyou will confer JpPafavpr on me- by calling and settling Respectfully iHOSrKENEDV w 1 j f 1 - Bairds Jlorehound Candy for oough and colds at J B Tiptons nMi 1 1 i 11 Mr W T Calvin of West Lib erty has been engaged by Trimble as a traveling salesman George H Smitli ramderod Robert Clapsaddlo a farmer noar Ransom- ville N Y Friday but was followed by a poseo and riddled with bullets Mill m m iii i We have over 200 pairs of ladies sample shoes Former price 3 now going at 1 25 cash Chenault Ss Punch Miss Anna Burbridgo will bo atoFmed this ovbning by quito a number of good time seokors An onjoyablo time is anticipated Lightning Hot Drops What a Funnv Name Very True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Belief There Is No Pav A report from the Mayor of the city last week to the Council show- dthere was abo...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 January 1896

w l a- t - y H -v i v - i T - mtiESSBm fmsm1 f i J Mt Sterling Advocate iiesdtv htnuarv Trf rKrifv If s JWJT K T HUH 1 - Li I f mam a a r I 1I - V TEIol borr th vtM mr fx mHi KrT tMlmr AmiiSA a rijJM0k 1 oitslBaie 1 linHftvc aPISpiti i agpd lrCi1 iri ii ism mm i Am o Hv I Hn 1 1 P W M m PI LAVENDER LEAVES Lk utM na nlwnli nvtfl 0t Thodamask roses llowu iy ITbo le3 and busy spinning wheel nvepupft Ury dionc TOKyMlstrcai BUndiob folding dowu Sawoonjt laid tho lavender i - pnoiimmor long ago 3 Tho slander Bplkoi ol grayish green Still nioWt with morning a Hocallcdn garuiU swift with box CBcyonil tlio ownns blue nglhh cartlon quaint and old 8ho ticvurinoro might know And no Bho dropped a horaoslok tear ThatBuhimcr long ngo yTlib yellow ahtcts prow worn and thin TiAnd fell lu many a shred gomo went to bind a HoldierH wounds And Bonio to sbrond tho dead And Mistress StnndUh rests hur bouI Vhero groves their slmdows throw And vloloU blassom planted thoro In snmmcrtj long ugo iDut still bot...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 January 1896

mi- fA Hr- 8 - hi -Mm fvtp rrsjafc theabtocat iw7MCTM Pople ami ETsnts The oldost woman iu ConnooticuMs Mrs Talcott of West Hartford- On Christmas aho colobrated hor 105th birthday A veteran of tho war of 1812 and only ono Uvea in Now Hampshire He Is Eleazor Smith of Alexandria and ia 99 years old The Princo of Naples Is ho latest gadllon to tho list of royal authors SHe hasa lovp story which ia altriost proadylor publication Sudden loss of mdmocrcompelled IBov H W Kellogg to ceaso ine In Trinity Methodist Church Ydungsibwn Ohio aud tho closo of tho church - A woman broker is making a tine and building up a good business Fin Clarksvillo Ind She is a broker kJ in sugar coffee aud tea Miss Mamie Dickons eldest daugh ter of- the eroat novolist makes hor home aVDuhton rectory Brentwood Essex and is ono of tho best amateur botanists in Europe Dr Horman Weber of London has given 12500 to tho Royal College of Physicians to found a prize to bo od every two or three years for tho best essay ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 January 1896

t V i HH flnBrv 1 I 41- K - B Vi TT 3HnP t IB PM- L V rX Tfrr ffi W TafiwHwi ujiii 1C1 r n i FJM wmmwmflmm L 5 J All PonHq oft a a i ai - x mm a 2 i 9 1 We propose to carry a larger and more varied stock than ever and with the advantages we possess in huyingjhe right kind of goods at correct prices we will be able to offer great inducements Go me in and YOUG Wo Offer You n Remedy Which Insures SAFETY to LIFE of Both Mother and Child MOTHERS FRIEND HOBS COXFIKEMENT OF ITS TAIX IIOItUOItAM DANGER Makes CHILD BIRTH Easy Endorsed and recommended by physl clanH mldwlvcs and tlioso trholiuvo used it Bewaro of substitutes and Imitations Sent br express or mnll on recolpt of price B1SS per tettle Bnnk TO itlOTUBUS piallodfree containing voluntary testimonials BEAD FIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Go bold iiv xvu DnnaoisiB fv rawvir5p5Twar5r OTVrYkWMrK N n i JEZ5 TTvElST 3EZ2Sr STBEIEIT rmtrmmwi7Mp OJ f Mt Sterling Advocate Tuesday January 14 1896 I ll Tl Mil I IIIIMBIIIBIMfc mssmmssmsmmssmmmimmmm...

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