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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 January 1896

i s5 z2 t -1 a V ITS V JL X A j jrcu xt iT T t TT Leavcorders witfi The Dr John Husk of the Militant Church Chicago has written to Col Iugcrsoll inviting him to preach for us some Sunday morn ing the near futures on the subject of your viows as ra what the Chris tian Church should do and how Speaking of the matter Dr Rusk said It may not he remembered gen erally taut L ol ingersoll at one time visited a modern institutional church one of the many practical working churqhes which aro doing grand work for humanity to day He expressed sympathy with the work and admiration of the possi bilities of such church activity and said lie would like to join that kind of a church himpelf I firmly heliqvo that if there had been an institutional church when Inger soll was a boy he would have been into the work heart and soul and that ho would have been Americas greatest divine instead of the greatest enemy of organized Chris tianity As it is ho has made peo ple think Tho churches have been cold an...

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. — 21 January 1896

n ri V IT 9 HpJB 15- s RaT f y - Xi ADVOCATE Tho did Judgo Distillery Company tFraukfort haB mado an assign- juient f Tlio Treasury olllciata havo ancea ofbida for nearly 200000000 of bonds S Marylands Legislature Is dead-locked on joint ballot for United States Scdator Tho Iowa congieseional delegation has formally declared Sonator Allison a candidato for President f Two boys 0110 eight and the other ton years of age are under arrest at Jackson Tcnn for horse stealing FfTho Courier Journal is authority tor the following An intimate frlond of Dr Hunter is authority for the slatemont that tho doctor was born in Ireland Tho liabilities of Keen Sutterie Co tho leather firm which failed in Philadelphia aro expected to reach if notoxeced 4000000 Four othor leather houses have fatlod Tho United States Rubber Com pmys works at Millville R I wore closed Wednesday for an indefinite period and lUOU oporativos are thrown out of employment Jn a fight between Joe P Dove and his sons near Jonesbo...

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. — 21 January 1896

Vt nzr lv vv mJXs ro M J 1 eta THE AW0CATE Th City Bank of Minneapolis has it 1 Getter BallSngfuii Booth has oeon relieved of thacptumaiul of tho Salva tion Army in America and lias ocoji ordered back to fruition In ho Parry Court tho widow o Judge JbsUh Combs has filed suit1 i against Fulton Fronoli tsharging him ty with being accossory to tho murder of slier husband i A bill was filed in tho Superior Court at Chicago asking for a receiver for tho Calumet Iron arid Stcol li - K lT f I J ift sijany Which lias a capital stock of over 2000000 j Casey and Pulaski counly markets are flooded with squirrels which Creased sol at fifty cents per dozotv h Its against tiio Jaw too to have thorn inpqaaossjQiKnoWi I I Nowspanora aro published in Now York for people French Gorman Italian Spanish Arnlonian Arabic Russian Hobiow Portuguese Swiss Welsh and liish nationalities They may call mo a political has been said tho optimistic gentleman ilutt rhnvo not vot reached tllO fltagO of being mdntion...

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. — 21 January 1896

WQ if m i - - - f n in iiiiumm iibiiwi mm mm i mininmn ill m ly Miniii imillUMa U i 1 Ufl l Vjt Wfr f r lr - tWMm PUBLISHING COMPANY 1 i an of t B t 8 t i iiJ Tuesday January 21 1896 Ex licsldeut tlariltKM fsts confirm cditm vuporiHil at ho ard Mr Dim wick aro to bo married Tho wedding twill hot tuko plrtco Until Hflcr Int ilouisvllle lout Us Domucratio Ma- t or u reason of death tlio past wceir Tt Doftiocratlc Sheriff neglected to renew hi bond In tlm time prescribed ly law1 and thereforo lost Ills office The Republicans Jiavo almost all the in Jefferson county in their Jiftnds Englands sober second thought on tlio Venezuelan nirair like our sown is wholly commendable It has got the ships it 1ms got the jucn and got the money too but it 3fl getting ready to arbitrate N Y World Speaker Heed is Bald to havo in formed tlio Chairman of the Commit tee on Territories that ho docs not -wish a favorable roport at this session on the bill to admit Arizona Now Mexico and Oklahoma into the Un...

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. — 21 January 1896

W t 1 tf me an S S TV- f H uf r s o ill HMOCiTE PUBLISHING COMPANY ftiesday January 21 1896 Ex PiCfiUWiit flanUun ltls confirm k1 tlio ruportH thul bo ami Mi Dmi tmick aic f 0 nniniert TI10 tvoddlng will not tuko placo until aflor Lent IiouUvlllo lost its Dutnocratlc Ma--or b reason of doallt tbo pasl wcolc TClio Democratic Slioriff neglocted to tcticw Ilia bowl hi tbo fuuo prescribed by law and therefore lost bis ofilco The Republicans bavo almost all tbo offices in Jefferson county in their klmtids Englandsober second thought on tlie Venezuelan affair like our owa is wholly commendable It Jiaa got the ships it has got the jnen and got tbe money too but it 3s getting ready to arbitrate N Y World Speaker Itoed is said to bavo tbo Chairman of tbe Commit too on Territories that bo does not at this session -wish a favorable roport -on tbo bill to admit Arizona Now Mexico and Oklahoma into tbo Union Ha does not want tbo Republican party bold rcsponsiblo tor any increase vofsilvor men In...

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. — 21 January 1896

v if 1 m -Mine tvi - y your are fncjnew year iff here ridit is time to -v accounts all ready pitidiou will confer va fayor on meby jCJllline and settling iV w Spijgmptly - Respectfully THOS KENNEDY Born on Wednesday Jan 15 to the wify of II A Mason a Ron Tfao Grown Monarch or Blue Rib- bon ftburthoy aro the bnst 21 3 1 i - J Wi Bnrtou has contracted with John Hancock to erect a modern framo cottage on Harrison Avenue tltoy Benton oLJLpuisvlllo will ipreach at the Episcopal church next Sunday morning and afternoon - it Tht ladies of the Southern Presby torlan Church will give a Court day tlinuor Court day in March 20 4t Mr W T Gorroll of Bath county Tecoivcd a message Msrrday notifying ftjlm of thd dcatli of liis daughter Mr D Tipton received a pair qf finely bred bloodhound pups lastweok from John C Tipton of iiopgaTeiin -I III I - IH Xv S H Morris ot Beattyville VKy died January 1G 1800 of pneu rrtonla IIowasTyearsrohiHrtuR uativb of Virginia Lightning Hot Drops Whata FunnY Name Ve...

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. — 21 January 1896

I 1 sr 0 L 1 IKT da if- nCHZitr t ilmWt it- m R 4 vi iV it 1 iv1 t l ZKTChepnew year is here d and it is time to set tXtle your accounts V3Mine are all ready v nahdou wijl confer ajfayor on mesby calling and settling - promptly eSpbCtfb1 - vTHOS KENNEDY i y Born on Wednesday Jan 15 jo the wife of Tt A yjia Grown Monarch or Blue Rlb botfiturthoy are tho bout 24 3t 1 ii I - J W Burton haa contracted with John Hancock to erect a modern frame cottage on Harrison Avenue Olov Benton of Louisville will hXoK at flm Fntapnnjil nhlltcll lieXt fih Sunday morning and afternoon Tho ladies ot tho aouinorn I fcv torlan Church will give a Court day dinner Court day in Match 26 it ki Mr WvT Gorroll of Bath county lK fntn1 m mnaoil tVi1o IT tintllVIIlL nljlm ol the death oT lug daughter 1- - Mr J D Tipton received a pair of finely bred bloodhound pup last week from John C Tipton of Chatta jioogaTenn Dr S H Morris ot Beattyville X Ky died January 1G 1800 of r 11 OT -11 1 n tiva e Virginia Lightning Ho...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 January 1896

V T HHHHI Oft 1 iv- 7 - - wmwiwp L ntl met ctV EES h t 4 f TT UNSATISFIED j u JTj roses In thtrSinilhlm glenni Yellow nnd nxl nnd jilnk and white JOioIr days push in u golden droara f wixrni mid pjwsloimto delight But nh my lilies lonu in vain v io tfcol tlio kinsos of tlio rain 5o can your wnllo my loe ny lirido la rosb baft drcmnti ny seim stoop Wt is my sou uiwuthrted For I hae novct scon you wiop Nor claspod you in it twilight ray Of tuara my lips might kin away Ilto is no rooMk of frolic mirth Evor thq smilo forebodes tho tenr Can nli tho woes of nil tho earth Knock at your heart and you not hear Weep umilca but keep our sould npart And kill tho Illy in my heart Ncr York Tribune THE CAPTAINS STOEY Captain Hnrry Beaufort was a tail Sinndsoino middlo aged man who traveled for n loading Chicago firm ln response to a request for a story to whilo away tlio tinio as wo trav misled from Vinconnos to Cinoinnati ho sald As Im going to stopoff at -any homo this trip I boliovo Ill toll yo...

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. — 21 January 1896

IC i t hJUMMumL - - 1 1 1 imvmmmmmmmmmmWmWmWmmmmm tt - MtMJLiHmuiMJriMainiAMftt30 A Mm advocate i rr KORSE AND TRACK During rl89 over pno thousand vce4 wero trotted on 214 different tracks in Prance in which 2100 horses tookpart John R Gentry has paced threo milosin 20ior hotter Jeo Fatchon two Mascot Flying Jib and Onlino ono each Thoro aro now 46 trotlors in the 2 10 list 65 in the 211 Hat 115 in tho 212 list 188 in the 213 list 23 in the 214 list and 399 in 215 list John Dickorson has purchased of Budd Doblo tho colt Guytoll by Axtolt 2 12 aam Guy by Guy Wilko8 and his dam Tho con sideration was 2000 Dick Curtis is joggiugDavid B 2 09 on the by ways of Lexington Ho will campaign him agaiix now year JSIiss kelson 2 12 J is taking a rest for lht wbitecot GrepuQale Air Curtis home Bob Harriman of Buncelon Mo has gold a carload of hordos to Oak wood tfarm near Chicago 111 for 5000 In tho lot was tho pacer Trust 2 14 and several youngsters by King Jay Bird Alls has trotted twenty one ...

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. — 21 January 1896

I r TRf - r ip rs B f 5 fif t i SWfc On f f AcH MSP A V MOTHERS1 FRIEND tT Shortens labor lessens rtaln diminishes danger to life of both mother nnd child and leaves her In condi tion moro favornblo to speedy recovery Stronger nfter than before confinement says a promiuent mldwlfo Is the best remedy FOR RISING BREAST Known and worth the prlco for that alone Endorsed and recommended by mldwives and all ladles who havo used it Beware of substitutes and Imitations Makes Gliilrt Birili Easy Sent by Express or mail on Tccoipt of price 1100 per bottle Book TO MOTHERS mailed freo containing voluntary testimonials DBADFIEU BEOULATOR CO ATLANTA GA SOLD BT XIA SRUaaiSTS Albert Stofer bought a pair of work mules yesterday of W T Fitzpatrick for 165 J W Burton bought a resi dence lot on Winn street 140 feet front from J AVill Clav for 600 The will of Mrs Naomi Baloy was probated in county court Monday and JDTipton qualified oxccutoi Freo silver advocates t all parlies will endeavor to form a na...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 January 1896

1 L V 0 A I UJr I i a m r mt JMmhikimii Hi 111 r7 as o a We pack them nicely and deliver in ti Try us- and if our Flowers are factory we refund ypurvrnoneyV W j - r t ROSES ETC Fhe as- Can be had just as fine in Mt -Sterling as - they are iu Lexingtdn - - Leave orders with time i t i - - Uu i f Womans Exehan Kniglits of the Maccabees A Subordinate Tent of this most populur order was instituted at the Masonic Temple in this city on last Friday night Su preme Qottimander MElkin as sisted by his co workw 6 G ifjno Tiie work under tho now retiual as exeraified by Sir Knight Elkin in his nuftest mood was received with enthusiasm by all and the outlook for Mt Sterling Tent No 46 is a bright one Tho following officers wdjra cleot cd unci installed Past JWaman ilor W H Lee Commander II B Kinsolving Lieut Commander J Clay Cooper Record Keeper J H JJlunncr Chaplain B F Herriott eergeant R S Smith Master at Aruis D W Baum First Master of tho Guard H J Daniel Second Master of tho Guard D W V li...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 January 1896

lt JOE1 v T r Vi awa 0f JH 1 E3HI83 VIH 4ftr a A I 1 4y MB eS3 f 3F Out of the Ordinary Line it THE ADVOCATE 1 iWniMttMa1MlilMtMtMMUliaSmSHlw Shoes of the World Tho Portuguese shoo has a wooden soio anu neci witu vamp mauom pai ont loathor fancilully showing tho flesh eido of the skin Tho Persian footgear Is aralsod shoff and la ofton a foot high It Is made of light wood rlqhly inlaid with a strap extending over tho instep Tho Algerian shoe in appoaranco in not unlikojho light English wooden clogs This shoe is made entirely of loathor in tho simplest form v Tho Armenian shoe has a leather solo and heel without a counter and back quarter Tho vamp is made of felt and is beautifully ornamented with neodlo work done in colored silk thread Tho Muscovite shoo is hand woven on a wooden frame but little attontiou being paid to tho shapo of tho foot Leather is somctimos used but tho sandal is generally made of colored silk cordage and woolen cloth The Siam shoo has tho form of an ancient cau...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 January 1896

V lw - EftilE wasm 5 J3 W au l W E ViJ A 4rVJfi Firit Things T t v 3t ostQfllcoa VoroataTDllahcd in 140 1 STjiQ first almanac was printed in - x- f iModorb needles camo into use in 1545 ii 4 inf - t tli inrnrpi iron 8ierjn9nip was puih inl83Q VjNewspapcrs woro flrat printed In the year 1494 The flrat English nnwspapor was published in 1588 J wt The flrat copporcoui was coined iu ifevyllajen in 1G87 1 Gobrgo Washington was flrat In war rind fire in peace Omnlbusscs woro introduced in tfow York Oity In 1880 nu JjlMI 1 J t 1 1 u a S lni Mrt I r aiio nrai priming pruuB is vmiuiuu for Copcdhagen in 1493 instrument Operated by Morso In 1835 was f The flrat railroad in the United Btaes was oponcd in 1820 r 1 Tho first atoara engine in America carao from England in 1753 rPli ftval rtrafol waa miifln afr llr JKmburgh GormacyJn 1477 The first American uowapapor was j published at Boston in 1790 Spectacles woro invented by an Ital ian in the thirteenth century GlapH wiiidowa were first used 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. — 28 January 1896

Chi tlT mot a of m K A ed1 Be ErlB9u9HsHfilB i HHHHb w mBmw rJk Wtimm a ilm Hnj Y 9L WBR 1 8gg I AW mm W1 1 v mr w Biafe I H V JSV vjriv Tis tMmvwi t AOT0GJTM0BUSHI8G COMPANY fHgsffITtanuary 28 1896 IiOidon Conesnondont from Con sUllJQpW dor lares tlmt U10 Kusso V TtfukYaunlliiuicolsaii actual fact al- J thnigh it cIOps not exist on papr UQcorrespondont also states tlial p lfu1a U absolute master of the situ- f tioiiaiul thai Great Brlttain lias been ix luiliated 1 r mm i Wfflk I H 4 A TS 1 i I M maw l 3C m8m - as Thotrado of the Guunau colonies according to official ropn t is atoadily V decreasing necessitating an increase I of tho Imperial support by 1400000 Jx juarks Tho report lumps negroes K donVio9 and oxon togethor under tho tho heading of boasts of burden in I Ml Africa Tho belief is expiossod m England tho United States will botore loug prove a potent factor in Turkish af fair Tho speeches in Congress on the subject ato clooly followed aud -commented upon Tho Westminister M...

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. — 28 January 1896

iaf t V 1 K flSc t TMrf A On o i HAAS IfeHog Cholera gKjU save your hogs 7 a PW Call at KENNEDYS ftihd get some of it Tlio ladles of tho Southern Proisby iorlan Church will give a Court day dinner Court day in March 26 tU Isorn Yocum of Sponcor Is about tho happiest man in this county Ho js in lovo with overy body It is his first hoy IX Prof Talt has moved his school from North Maysvillo street into the brick UjMiiuilcling pn tho corner of Wilson and n High stieots Tho ladies of the M E Church South will givo a Valentine Social ggayiu irro parsonnge on Friday even h dng February Id Mr M C Wilson has moved from near Camnrgo to tho Daniel farm near the Levee which he pur chased last March Miss Bpttio Beornft of Howards -Mill who has boon very sick with thioat trouble is convalescent and is now an fair way to recovery Lightning Hot Drops What a Funnr Namol Very True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Relief There Is No Pay -- - i If ihoro is anything you want to bu...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 January 1896

ft L U T h 1 MB m Wmm i i mm Km iji HI- WW I Ix wKr i TL E i I iS WM 1 mmgm h m c JgS 11 T W Mif IW TME SONG y - IV OF THE GUN Tub f unncp was wlitto with etfol nlluht f gft WjPi1 ai 1orn spirit ciimo m u x J At awltwijflood of tho Vnr tfoda Wood VtlninjpiwHjfat of fire and Annie Kj y XloolafclJcttho lcp from a lofty utoep wfWrTiJ T 1 oil - 80 1 oil lienrt full of prldof ioiH Evcgiijlunffnlono on hln ISVaosS jvottl no roan dt stately throno tlonlcd JlrfthurHpr finolto from tlin hntllo amolco vWlictf thtfwnyra ran crimson ml AiullhcroM died liy my Iron Bldo jrJllJthu foreign foi men fled lofscntence of death was In my breath EPiAiidvmanr n ship went down Ohtho gun is lord of tho feohlo sword And greator la his ronown Kow tho long grass hided my rusty sides And round mo tho chlldrontilay IJut I dream by night of n last great fight Ere tho trump of tho judgment day PVjr men inuat flpht In tho cause of right Till tho tlrao when war slinll cease -And tho song of tho run will nocr bo done...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 January 1896

l - my mws fr ta tffll1 W1 J 1 pp1 t I it m T J 1 u - 4 l w - lit VhS9f7v bt tmJL T- iSiTT hjfcte ti iJuiii fii iwwiwMH jtfA ji mm i v ta 1 l tM rfc nr d5 t h e yjRAn H10I J VMb i i 1 t rasn llRiS cd 45 1 iBB7 OF THE GUN tSWtrgBMewns whto with f tol nllohfc yTOianiniiyPcm born spirit cnnio ibitasnolftutiflooil of tho War tods blood aujSjmajlQri of Uro and flame ir i looiCOil oor tho dron mm n lnf tv storm JSWilb itfitrttag heart full of pride EIJm n Idliti fllono on liln stntolv throno no tntm donlttl ytiinhuer spoko from tho bnttlo sniolto When tho vavo ran crimson rtd d homes died by njy iron Bido TllLtho forcijfn fovmen fled - JOBcatonce of death was in my breath iAnd umny n ship went down Oh tho jqn is lord of tho fcobloBword TAnd greater Is ljia ronown 1fow tho long Brnss hided my rusty sides And round mo tho chlldrcnVly But I dream by night of a last great fight Ere tho trump of tho Judgment day Var men muat fight in tljo cnuso of right Till tho tltno when wnr sbnll cease And ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 January 1896

- Mitfe w kP L I 1 v3 M lfJLSJ 1 I M 4 4 Jfe ADYOCATk j JlMItlIIUIUtlliluili 1 fnO AM Al A QA ufoi tae 0110 KpTTX Taducah huntor killed a largo -white swan or tho sand bar in front If Vjxof that city tl J Hickman county horso ha8 ono s foot prcciBoly llko that of a cow His owner was at Mayflcld tho other day and offered to sell tho animal for a A dollar r Sim Million an old colored man of ap Madison county found a 100 bill in the pocket of an old vo8t which ho bought eocond handea sovoral years ago av iticnmond Tfiomaa TV Wash who died recent ly in Uasoy county was in hid ty flfth yoar and had onco hold tho ft office of County Court Clerk continu J ously for twonty four years Johnnie Eastland of Danyillo who has only missed attending school one Sunday in sovoit years and but two rSiindaysin nino years is being men tioned by tho papers all ovor tho yW A Graham of Kuttawa has a jirory iutolllgont calf When it wants water it butts tho head of the hydrant until tho water comes Tho only ...

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. — 28 January 1896

LJ lid lb ft -3 s 15kii ift ru iftj Il THE ADVOCATE Ofir the State A Paducaji htihtor killed a largo ly while swan on the sand bar in front of that city f Alllckman count horfo has ono foot procleoly like that of a cow His owner was at Mayflcld the othor day and offorcd to sell tho animal for a dollar Sim Million an old coloretfman of Madlsop county found a 100 bill in the pockot of an old vest which ho bought Bocond handca several years ago at Richmond TfiomB TV Wash who died recent ly in Oasoy county was in hid year and had once hold the office of County Court Clerk continu ously for twenty four years Johnnio Eastland of Danyillo who has only missed attending school ono Suudayin sovon years and but two Sundays in nlno years is being men tioned by tho papers all over the coun try W A Graham of Kuttawa has a very intelligent calf When it wants water it butts tho head of tho hydrant until tho water comes Tho only trouble is thaLthocalf can not 0ffi butt tho hydrant so as to stop tho ...

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. — 28 January 1896

c MxmY iif I t iUf p Wtry li 3S1 ij i jwa 1 a vnijr - atFv to- P - V J 1 J ano ofJ j cd I Se j r 11 H T i s iQZ S lSLi M rJ V XVJwiiiny tcyf A T W i wHIf 1 iAI1K wv rf rfl r rl Mlbi rfr adhiW 4 IT IS A SUPERB T0NI6 and exerts J U XI S 7 WWIWUII 1 THESPNQ a TC WOMEN 1 IL Should Upo s m nm a wonderful influence in Strengthening her system by driving through the proper chan nel ail impurities Health and strength are Guaranteed to result 1rom Its use My wlfo was bedridden for eighteen months after uslug BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGU LATOR for two months is gettlnp well J M JOHNSON MaYvwn Ark BBADFKXD BEdULATOR CO ATLANTA ti Bold by 11 DrufjUU at 8100 per bottl Goneral Maximo Gomez Commander-in-Chief of tho insurgent forces is reported to bo quite ill Tho father of Hiram McFarland who was shot Christmas died la9t Thursday at Salversvillo ONDERFUL aro tho cures by lloodtf Sareapurilla and yet they nro simple and natural Hoods Sarsa parilla makes PURE BLOOD Tin Mountain City Club a swell society ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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