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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 18 February 1896

Iw L m m it O0 QUALITY is tlio thing most to bo desired in buying medicines and lmving prescriptions compounded It isHery important to sick people to havo the f Very Best 0 Drugs Such are to bo had at KENNEDYS Drug Store He JcecpV his goods up to the high standard of excellence for which his store has always been noted You arc invited to call and see liim He will guarantee satisfac tion -The cottSgd building of J W Bur ton on Harrison avouuo is being rap idly pushed to completion R H Winn of tho law firm of Winn Bro this city has been sworn in and admitted to practice hi tho Coitrrof Appeal ICH RED BLOOD is tho foun dation of Rood health That is why Hoods Sarsaparilla tho One True JBlood ruriflor gives HEALTH m Thomas A Edison has progressed ho far with his experiments with Roent gens discovery that ho hopes to bo able to take snap shots A Buffalo oculist Dr Starr has discovered that Vvacuumis unnecessary Richmond has begun making ar rangements to entertain tho Grand Commandory of K...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 18 February 1896

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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 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 18 February 1896

f r 0 O Hb THB ADVOCATE Tjro brothers whilo on tho Btreots at Williamsburg becamo iusano im ultaueouelj Eugland lias issued a bluo book aud Germany a white book concerning tho Transvaal affair Isaac Murphoy tho onco famous jockey died tit his homo in Lexing ton Wednesday Tho Republicans have decided not to change the officers of tho National Senate Elkton will havo a local option elec tion in responso to a potition started by a saloon keopor n L Mississippi Democrats aro signing a call upon W C Whitnoy to become a candidate for President TJanB for tho reorganization of tho Distilling and Cattlo Feeding Com pany have beon completed Drf Groen and Yeamau havo re slgued their poaltioua at the Eaatorn Kentucky Insane Asylum It is roportod that Gladstone con templates standing for Parliament again in order to support tho Armeni ans ffhe Pattisou boom lor President was launched at a meeting of the Pennsylvania Democratic Commit tee Horrible tales of torture aud canni balism practiced by th...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 18 February 1896

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Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 February 1896

f i 0 vol y i r B s WN I Of Tho Confederacy Now Open to the Public c Sr- o i GENERAL JOHNSONS SPEECH f V Mansion May Be Made the Bat- tie Abbey of the South Richmond Va Feb 22 Tho doors Of Iho WliltO Jlouan nUJiCoMf edoraoy now the Confedorato Museum were thrown open to the public all oclock this afternoon Tho grand old build ing at Twelfth and Clay streets all during tho day was tho Mecca of Richmond people and those ily Within her gates It has bcou thoroughly renovated and painted and lemodoled withiu s6 that it is -v f exactly like it was in tho exciting days when the beloved Jellei85ji Davis President ot tho Confederacy occu pied it Tho cause was not lost when ho took up his residence there- it was whon ho made his departure The walls newly paintod and adorned with flags pictures and relics could toll it able to talk a story more pathetic iu tho hopolossuoss of tho lodt cause at tho last that any pen has yet described The old mansion but for its tual desigu looks both from the o...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 February 1896

i THE ADVOCATE A mitral Kentucky authority says the peach of 1890 will bo Jhoavy in this Stntc ami thut the outlook for tipples is us bnd us that for pouches is good - The gVoatcbt work of sculpture made by the lafeo W W Story is gaid to 10 tho rnonument to his wlte Trho is buried next to tho grnvo of Shelly in tho cemetery at Borne Lady a wictow Do you know my daughter is quito smitten with you irerr Muller Gentleman feeling flattered Really now Lady A fact she was only say ing to day I would like that gen tleman for my papa Ductschcr Soldutonhort 11 1 The seal will soon bo an extinct animal if tho law for its protec tion is enforced no better than at present and a great industry will pass out of existence In 1872 there were 4700000 seals on the Pribylov islands near Alaska in 1890 900000 in 1895 175000 At this rate in little more than a year there will be none left Great Britain and the United States have been squabbling over sealing privi leges for several years and while they di...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 February 1896

A THE ADVOCATE Dr Chudys impure desinud lo pTj 1 bcj tobacco on tho samo footing uh other farm products exported wa adopted by the National House TI10 name of Andiow Carnegio wkb blackballed whim presented for hon orary membership in tho Cleveland Chamber of Commorco Representative Evans haH introduc ed a bill appropriating 500000 for tho erection at Washington ot a mon mtiiont to Abraham Lincoln For Dyspepsia and liver complaint you have a print cd guarantee ou every bottlo ofv Shl Johs Vitalize It never fails to euro Roprc8cututivo Washington of Ten nessee will ask for appropriation lor another lock and dnui on Cumberland river which will give freo navigation as far as Nashville Consumption can be Cured By the use of Shilohs Cure This yreat Cough euro is tho only known remedy lor thnt terrible disease For alo bv TbouiaulCeniioily The city uTFhiiauoipiiia nerr bad a fitting monument to its most il lustrious citlzeu Benjamin Franklin But preparations am undor way to orect two in tho...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 February 1896

a P P t y B b tl v P u g I O aft rt I I- lr ce ci til in A of se st II in IK tl tl L oi hi II st H p in ni TO d P al tl Pf g sl ir ill 11 A J 4 ortfei r MNOCVEB PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday February 26 1896 pertains to the profit of creditors - -of the bank that could bo rcasonn iy expected of it fil - WM Wr TTff WW j - l Congressman Daizcll has refused to sign the letter of the Pemisyl vaniaRcpublienn members of Cou grcs to Senator Quay pledgiug hitlioir support for Prcsidout Dmzcll accuses Quay of morcly scheming for a Cabinet oillco The opinion now is that no tion of a United States Senator will be had during this session of this Legislature The election of a Democratic Senator has been -thwarted by a few representatives who claim to be Democrats but who really are not When a few men set themselves up against a Democratic majority they are no longer of the party neither are tUcy acting in good faith towards the party that nominated them or towards their constituents whqi elected th...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 February 1896

ilHaJtt X S t ft i 3 teSi t T V A7 m at QUALITY - is tho tinner most to bo desired in buying incdicinos and BpS -having proscriptions compounded V i Jt is vcrv nnnormnt to sick nconle I--- fat to hnvc tho rs very tesc Drugs Such ate to be had at KENNEDYS Drug Store Ho keeps his goods tip to tho high Standard of excellence for which this store has always been noted Tou are invited to call and see Hum He will guarantee satisfac tion Mr T 0 6ravo9 wo aro tflad to note in very much itnprovod II Ss r Griffith knives and razors all it guaranteed by J B Tipton sktikA - Sf Tho ico that was gathered lst v -week avoragod about 4 Inches thick 4r Big reduction on tit oiib knives aih forks at Precomas February 27 to March 4 Horn on the 22d inst to Capt John Carmichael and wife a kfJ j Mr Gooruo W Anderson cut an t Ak tree at Oak Path which measured v if actoas tho stump six foot and eleven f v niicuee dkl i f 4 A Lightning Hot Drops What a Funnv Namel Very True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywh...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 February 1896

M A t r U r r rr t w I t wW Wjfjtto llMJAjITJj irji r i iTi i ijuIi i riir in n l I I TTWmftirtrmm w c Mt Sterling Advocate Tuesday February 25 1896 a ipf j - s I - -1 1 - in I in 1 mi 11 11 11 7 ii it iniim in iiiiii 1 1 111 - 1 J 1 111 11 THE ADVOCATb A mimbor of oohool in UobcrUon county havo been broken up by un cpklomio of iiicum1 A tbrco veurolfl colored child at Sbbrco drank a quantity of whisky aud died in spawns Bank CommWsionur Urudonthal Jy his own order has doped tho Vallnj State Bank at Tluichinon Kansas President Jaino Itt Pitttereoii of of Stato Collego Lexington has been jnado an L L D bv an cRBlein college - Tho IIopkiiiBvillu water works haB been tompiotod and a contract ha Leon signed 1V the city for tho annual tontal for which tho city pays 4000 Tho Houso has passed n law making it mandatory for Secretary of Agriculture Morton to purchase seed for the members use for elec tioneering purposes and lias raised the amount of the appropriation Tho income tax measure b...

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. — 25 February 1896

iA 1 1 fr A fe THK A LOCATE Brief Notes of Science The successful electric brako is yet io bo bora Air pew cushions for churches aro sniung the latest novelties Tho new photomotor shows a mea urablo deflection on tho electromotor -when tho light of a star is concentra ted oa it by a toloscopo Dfoycloa for 1890 will have much -larger tnbos in tho frames and tho woights will bo BOmowhat greater Tires which cannot be punctured aro also to bo snppliod and barrel hubs aro promised Still another use for wood pulp has boon discovered Mixed with color ins matter it maKes an excellent paint for nso on metallic surfaces and especially on steel ships It becomes Insoluble and is absolutely impervious to heat and moisture llccent experiments show that tho freezing of gas pipes can bo prevented by injecting into tho gao upon its exit from tho gnu meter a determinate quantity of apor of alcohol The influence ot this vapor is exerted at a distance of two and a half mllou from tho gas meter Tho tunn...

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 February 1896

- -v YOUNG Wo Oder You ft Remedy Which Insures SAFETY to LIFE of BOtU Mother and Child MOTHERS FB1END HOBS COJiTlNEJlENT OF ITS IAIX HOimOU AND DJftSEK Makes CHILD BIRTH Easy Endorsed and recommended by physi cians mldwlves and tlioso who have used It Bowaro of substitutes and Imitations Bsni by oxpress or mall on receipt of price 8100 per bottle Book TO M0THEH8 BBADFIELD BEQULATOB CO Atlanta la BOLD ST Xhh DRUGGISTS A conference in favor of interna tional arbitration waa held in Phil adelphia Saturday Mis Hiloti Culver who has jiiBt Riven 1000000 to the University of Chicago inherited a property various ly estimate at from 7000000 to 10 0000004 rrtn her 11 ret cousin Charles J Hull for many yeais prominent in laige iual uslulu Intii dctioni in tho West whose confidential Voaictary she was Eiglosaio ho pluiitilul in tho moun tains near Sclma Ci as to bo a ser ious nuisance to stockmen Tlioy sioni to have a strong prcfoiciico for suckling pigs and one stockman says that in the last 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. — 3 March 1896

f fe Dr T J Dodge of Hamilton III Tvrito8 as follows to tho Iowa on tho Bubjectof hog cholora A tho prlco of hogs Ib sufficiently high to pay tho farmer to use evory fl moana of protecting thorn from agos of tho cholora I deem it my duty to give tho public freo my recipo for tho cure of what is formed hog cholera I havo used this remedy for 35 years and rained hogs on my ranch in Ne braska and never lost a hog A f 1 VOL YI i wsw mf0m I have experimented by placing ono well hoe with a lot of sick ones and keening it well by tho use of this remedy You will confor a groat jfavor upon tho farmers of our country ly publishing this recipo in full I am now ongaged in other business and havo been for 16 years and am Willing to lot othors prosper by tho long years of experience of mino with a remedy I discovered myself for the euro of this dreaded disease Tho prescription and directions are as follows Arsonic one half pound capo aloes one half pound blue vitrol ono fourth of a pound black 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. — 3 March 1896

U M B 681 1 ml i tio ad 1 giv CI Iv 00 J lai W wi t io se su tl di fr B h n P P ij J c A 2 i - htfptftfp THE ADVOCATE Dr Giaclo Do you know of any- V body who has a horse for sale Drov er I reckon Ilauk Bitters has I sold liim one yestorday Tlio LouiavlUo Directoryfor 1890 1b ready for delivory It contains 3618 moro individual names than woro Mt presented last year and represents Ec tho present population of tho city as UUl - mfl -1 J T 1 it 211 J vo uourier tjuuruui It Saves Lives Every Day Thousands of cases of Consumption Asthma Coughs Colds and Croup are cured ovory day by Shilohs Cure Forsslo by Thos Kennedy Cutting off tho nose as a punish mont for crime or as a mutilation for Anonnmi moo rt a olif nd fin in ilin mnat ancient times until tho last contury Tn Tflnrrlnnil nlninot in ihp hncrinninc of the nineteoth contury it waB a le gal punishment Mbo Fcltncr and Carter Lowis two of Hip Leslie county Jayhawk ors wero convicted Wednesday in tho Fedoral Court at Louisville of cons...

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. — 3 March 1896

r t f 4 4 i C J u k i M m SxS3L 5 4 r rf V W THE ADVOCATE Ex Gov Holes of Iowa ha issu ed a letter declining to bo a can didate forErcsidont but makes a plea for free silver Toxaa -will have an exposition at Dallas in 1807 to- celebrate the ticini ccntcnnial of its annexation Iby the United States It is said that Napoleon when ho needed a man for a sudden omergencv generally choo a aoldlor with a Hit man hobo He was seldom deceived jn hhchoico of men Nerves on Edge T was nervous tired irritable and cross Karhls Clover Root Tcahas miado mo well and happy Mrs E B Wouden JFor sale by Thomas Kennedy Gold in Salt Lake City SaltLalielJtah Feb 25 Gold has been discovered in Oity Creek canyon within the city limits Assays are reported Tunning as jkigh as 500 gold anil -10 in silver jper ton High Art Wero there any new features in your exhibition of impressionist paintings Yes we hung half the piotures upside down and every one was delighted with the effects Chi- Record The New York papers s...

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. — 3 March 1896

h n v tf t i if if - the silver movement wlulo no se cretly gave tho silver men the fol lowing pledge which by the way was nover to be shown to tho sin gle standard people I hereby agree that I will favor such legislation and support such measures as will restore silver to the position it occupied as primary or redemption money prior to 1873 when it was tho standard of values W G Hunter Unfortunately for tho Doctor a rumor of such n pledge got abroad and he was forced to deny that he had ever given such promise Then some mean newspaper man nosed around till ho found tho pledge and gave it publicity The Doctor attempted to explain that this was not a promise to vote for free siiver that he was only standing on the Republican platform of 1892 This explanation of the Artful Dodger would not go clown and tho Doctor withdrew from the race When the joiut session met on Saturday the Republicans were greeted with the following To the Republicans of tho Joint Assembly Honored by a nomina tio...

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. — 3 March 1896

r t 6 I y 1 r sr h fa id f tf ft - t rV T Is Call and see our New Spring Stock II las Never Born to A B Oldham and wife Thursday February 27 a daughter Susan Catharine Dr M S Siuford of Scottfcounty aud Miea Dora Hunt of West Liberty wore married at tho latter placo on last Wednesday evening at tho Meth odist church Immediately af tor the tho you 11 jr people came to thin pluce where they remained for several days tho guests of friends and relatives after which they wont to Mlllorsburg to visit tho father of tho groom This moat oxcollont young couple will make thoir home iu Scott county whoro tho groom has built up a largo aud lucrative practice in his choson profession LOUIS H LANDMAN MD T OCCULIST and OPTICIAN jfo Ill VT Ninth Street CINCINNATI OHIO will be nt MK8 WALLERS Main St MT STERLING KV on THURSDAY MARCH 12 96 ONE DAY ONLY returning every Second Thursday in each month Glasses proporly adjusted to all forma ot do- fcctlvo vision nt popular prices V References Every physicia...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 March 1896

r rw id suu ri drii ri afP n r MaWMHHH i i - -sq THE ADVOCATb Always milk before feeding xncvor while tho cows are eating Tiio Got man military authorillcH are h living 5000 now folding bicycles 4iilt for army use They aio ovi tlcntlyof tho opinion that the whrol da rho coming thing in war on land The best wa to do good is to -take care that tho good is moro prominent than tho doer The jpump liandle is always of less im jtoortanco than the water Pills do not Cure Pills do not euro Consumption Ttieyouly aggiivato Karls Clover aJootTca givos perfect regularity of 4he bowels For salo by Thotnaa vlfounedy It is wonderful what progress has Mmjcu mado in tho way of machinery frcmarked Mr Figg I sco that there 818 beou a machine iuvoutcd that can -make a complete pair of shoes in six olecn minutes Why that is faster thzn Tommy can wear them out ZTudianapolis Joirnal Are You Made Mi6ortltlQ by Indigestion Const- Dizziness Loss of Appetite Yellow Skit Shilohs Vitalizor sa tpositivo cure For ...

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. — 3 March 1896

m t ii t c f t 1 I I i j c 9 t t t i 1 T iTSwwW www WWMrw r T fl V WW- l wmir i lm Mm THE ADVOCATE Always milk before feeding jnevor while tho cows uro eating Tho Gonna it military authorities taco having 5000 now folding bicycles built for army uso Tlioy are- dcntlyof tlio opinion that the whrcl as 1io coming thing in war on land i i - The best wny to do good is to 3ake care that the good is more prominent than tho doer The jjjiump liandle is always of less portanco than the water Pills do not Cure Pills do not euro Consumption They only aggrivate Karls Clover JHootTca gives porfect regularity of 4he bowels For salo by Thomas Kennedy It is wonderful what progress has xbecu mado in tho way of machinery remarked Mr Figg I see that there tlias beon a machine iuvoiitcd that can fuake a complete pair of shoes in six teen minutes Why that is faster than Tommy can wear them out Indianapolis Jotrnal Are You Made llisonMo by Indigestion DirziucBH Loss of Apprtitc Yellow Skit Shilohs Vitaliz...

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. — 3 March 1896

THE REVOLT After Lieata Gtcond Khapsodyn avy with sullen fear ho moved with a Bteaitur wwio knd tho rain dunk sod rhvo form to his steps nnu rrom onaor niq Drown uok ns tho heart of a storm at midnight hi Blanco was snea furtively thoro and hore and boforo him tho night birds fled from their unseen boughs ndinR his passions flno lb tho mill of his half mad soul Io crept tho peasant who knew but one black fact of it all h was the viotim they tho rich the crafty baa stole lis rights they had trod on his heart as on might crush a mole in ono footfall Jod whera is he and why who leaves his peopio to wrune nder tho devils rule For tho poor aro his peopie clear t do rich are the devHs and God should give to tnem not a mho Of the joys of heaven they who revel in heaven here ICurse theniljCurw thorn Curse them His inry rose in ms inroat I And he choked it back with his hands and ehoked it bek with his will ad his ploddins step went on till down in tho shades remote He sank with hunger and s...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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