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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 August 1891

8 - 1 i I 4 if i 1 PERMANENCY r THE ADVOCATE i A lover cured upon bod of stono lib lady name and set thereto ftnyr4 And on tho rock were marks bosldeb own Scratched bra glacier In primovtUme And yet tho passion that his spirit frred The while he cut her fond and flelnjr name Mtthinka wna moro eternal thaa U word Tho Ice ago epoke times BDtwoil st lovers flame nichanl H Durton in Harper Weekly BAIN If it rams said Granditnt Croker If it rains white I am inthurchBcnd Billy with tho umbrella1 I will said my sister My own umbrella mint11 continued Miss Croker I dont ant any of your little silk sunshades ent after me Ive worn my silver gray bonnet with out getting a spot on i and I dont want to spot it now And Aunt Croker gshered up her voluminous black nit skirts how many breadths did hi hnvo put into those skirts I wonder and waddled out at tlie door while J devoutly pray ing for clear skies ancbalmy breezes dandled my sisters baty at tho parlor window and watched her clophantlno progr...

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 August 1891

fcW U4 6 - i JW w J W0 iwwmnini rnriVAittaainMMPWEr7waLMCftwttwty UMMtwmiBMrfaiiawntTcaMrT THE ADVOCATE NEWS OF THE WEEK Tho Virginia AUiatico re elected Mann Tago President The Georgia Alliance has adopted a resolution expressing confidence m President Livingston Tho Nebraska Independent Con vention nominated A Ballemand and E A Hartley for Hegcnts of the State University The Arkansas Alliance in session at Littlo Rock indorsed the Ocalu plat form and tho sub Treasury scheme Mrs Mary Dickinson well-to-do of New Auburn Minn drowned her self and her child because she failed to fcccure a divorce Clark Woodman a millionaire mer chant of Omaha Xcb committed sui cido in his room in tho Grand Pacific Hotel inChicago on Thursday A volunteer lire department has been organized at Middlcsborough Tho regular fire department -will bo leorgauized and slicngthcncd It is reported that tho Prince of Wales Emperor William of Germany and the Shah of Persia all seriously contemplate visiting the World...

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 August 1891

m r Br I -- - nifiMmrmrminrnrTrfT T r z nu 1 THE ADVOQTE Cleopatra will provo Oalablo ntlrtttinti to tho rctiorloi of Mr McLean and Miss rroscotj whilo it will add something of a rwl dramatic worth to the stage K p Globe v 1 Oct Otli Opera House Salurfy night -August 20 A Card Tho business of Domjau Gay must be closed All dels due the firm must bo paid at onceIn order to close tho business withAt dolay I will sell all goods at rcliced prices for cash Tho entire buicss for sale TviU Gay Survivig Partner Miss Prcscott wasVillmg She drcsscss the part magjflcontly and tgracos it with her own Jleasant Nonalitv which is plirtiiilarly fitting thn fasclnathier auccn JK C limes Dont fttl to seo hi1 at tho Opera TT TTIT t iiuusuiimuj iniiL ThnmB a hand of wind wasters sleep destroyers and r usic murdorcr l Yininmlilllltllicr 41m ft r ts of this citft Jfc especially at night fill lg the air wtfi k discordant sounds am l V is Bd IV j H I fK bc Jtol 1 rv tual RELIGIOUS baring po in ilnntli Thn m...

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 August 1891

I S MT STERLlJNtt AlbOAT3E TUESDAY AUGUST 25 1801 I 1 T B THE ADVOCATE Ciiriilluillsm In Australia You dont heir much about them but there nrc ennr ibiU in Australia to day Gtrinpo Well not to very when you take into Cutibidcrutlbn the charac ter of the country Tlio blacks or aborigines ttill wear broecii clouts and when you get n short cllftnnco from civilization you will ilnd that the ma jority of them wear no apparel of any description Tho Australian black bears about the fame relation to that country that the American savage does to this When you get away from the cities into tho brush you will find plenty of tlieiii who would kill you and there is nothing they would relish better than to niake barbecue out of you pro vided that there was no dangcrof being caught Collectively they have tho greatest fe trof the white man for they knqw that ho punllies soTtvely Thcjr prefer to roast their victims A fctow they consider very good but an a rtilo thoy lack the utensils and means of ma...

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. — 8 September 1891

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Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 8 September 1891

2 tt Mr John C McDonald and Miss Mary Mcarns were united in mar riage at the residence of tho brides mother on the Spencer pike near this city on Sunday evening lat Elder n W Trimble performed the cere mony In this issue appears an advertise ment of Kendall Bros salo of land stock and crop near Flcmingsburg This sale takes place October 1st Head their notice of sale and seo if they are not advertising something you want Head the article to bo found else where in our columns on Balmaceda by Prof Sewell of tho Mt Sterling Training School We f liall expect from time to time as he shall find the licstire from other and pressing duties to hear fiom Mr Sewell Mrs Mildred Hensou of this city died at home on West Main street on Satuiday night last Mrs Henson was a sutlerer from that scourge con sumption She was about 21 years old and leaves a husband and ono child to mourn her loss Head the advertisement of the stock and crop sal j of J A and J T McCormick for Thursday next on tho Spencer p...

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. — 8 September 1891

1 v 4 I V U 1 tttl H l fl l f i HE ADVOCATE yARRIS MASON Proprietors iT STEALING TUESDAY SLUT 8 1801 FOlt MIESIDENT GROVER CLEVELAND Of Jfow Yoik ron VICE - PRESIDENT JOHN Q CARLISLE Of Kentucky Hou John Young Browns cabinet is as follows i Capt A J Gross Ad jutant General Capt John W Head fh Secty of State Hon A B Nor man Assistant Secty of State Archi bald Dixon Frown 6on of the cnor Private Secty Tho Loulsvillo banks seem to be peculiarly unfortunate in exciting dis trust in tho minds of their depositors OTho banks are probably perfectly but tho depositors of several ire or less uneasy Wednesday 8cd a run on tho German and tho German Security bauks intho city and every few days some baseless rumor will make a number of the small depositors call for their money Duns weekly review of trado con tains little that is not indicative of of improvement in all branches ot Tcommerco In tho South particularly tho outlook is full of eucouragemout ifc Injuryto tho cotton crop promises I J w1 ...

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. — 8 September 1891

l f I b S ifaiTS Tjttf hungup n rwu tunjW1WRi tccted at Ifos Angle Cal A young A Georgia woman wlisiTs Jo divorce has a griovanco if ever woman had She says tliafwherf before her marriage sho told hei sw9pthpacLsheuisvillingto shav his poverty and liv oubreatUand water ho pJcdgcdhiAjsysfcd iipuoi thatif sho woilA fjiWUh the brcaUJM wojtfd lusflc ifrtSipidld gedfbV water And so thoy were married but hardly was the hpuoynoon jendeir before the collector cainalaroiiutLlvhiiJ cut off tho street pipe for non pay mmit of tljo ftater mUj h A vritortin F6rcitrand si shows how impossible it would bo foi a beaver to suck ihe air out of a loji of wood -so as to slnk5 ii a li Hcoff R laiuiy buggubieu uy uuuiuur wnier jii that ncriodical Ho savrii lioTJeaVcl n u iiUJiiWA Jlvnon iiiu uuuil lilllf MJU oiling WLf at tho bottom of tho poud andiithat tho adhesiveness of thffWtfdMioldrfVji down Ho has neatnfry rollftvcT tho3c sunken logs ajiilound that thej IfggSMJ1 v Children Cry for Pitchers Castorb...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 8 September 1891

yo less the THE WAf E1 TWO rgfeJf Jr Warm wares of lavish moonlight Tho cnpltol Infold As If a rlcuccnoonllalTu Btned 1U whlto wi Is with sold f Tlio great bronzo Frcp Inm nulalng H VA Her bend In ether shrj ulng J 3 Tho nw day from 11 o old Murk the mild plnnot touring Ilcr Rplendor oer thi ground See the white obellnkjr mring so piorce we oiue j tound t Beneath tho still hon ns heamlng w ugutua town llosttleamlng In guardud slumber ilr vimlng A world without a so ind Mo laughter and no sotblng From those dim roofi arlso xno myriad puues mrikDoing Are latent na tho sklii to us insir peace is KlMen Tho mood of spirits si Klven I see the wide pure h vircn Reacctvd in your o THE COiNTESSiV Its Charloyl said Pdfly It Isnt said I But I tell you It is I laughed derisively lJ n Ml i T IT f masOTm qycmyTCiH blf autlpfllb work 1 thb fcHtliioikras el i y gom s fiy ns 3 as pijactig Ah lore a thousand h ons 0i Shall rnngo their troc ping yeivrst Tho morning stars thtll pcoaiis 9 Shall sing to ...

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. — 8 September 1891

wr N ijt iw G twt MuutffUFiwiu upwmiwHMiifrwnfiiwny m Wirnnimuijiniinimini THE ADVOCATE NEWS OF THE WEEK County fairs were held last week at Paris Bowling ad Bardstown Mr Mills of Texas is in Ohio this week taking part iu tho campaign Tho town of Attalia Alabama suf fered a 100000 fire on Thursday According to Gen Porters census tho exact number of pcoplo in this country is 02922200 Tho worlds record for speed by pacinjr stallions on a half milo track wna iii nbon bv TCov Wilkes at Deca tur 111 Thursday lie went tho mile in 2 14i Gov Campbell of Ohio has gone to New York for a change of air recom mended by his physicians Tho Goy im a nnlv Klichtlv improved in health Ho will bo in New York two weeks At a meeting Wednesday of tho Board of Lady Managers of tho Worlds Fair Mrs Susan Galo Cook was elected permanent Secretary suc ceeding Miss Phoebe Couzins The balary is 3000 a year Tim Hon C W Buck Minister to Peru uniler President Cleveland is an applicant for the position of Interstate...

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. — 8 September 1891

i j rj 1 f4M M m 1 UH 9 4 ft T THE ADVOCATE For shingles oats etc go to Barnes Trumbo 3 it ThoMt Sterling Training School had forty nine pupils Monday If a few moro cuter a third teacher will be employed I will staud my flno bull Hamilton Trimmings at my place on the Fox pike at 250 cents to insuro a calf 51 tf Goo W SvuNKn Onjo of tho last official acts of Adj Gon Hill was to issue au order to Major Fowler for tho guns and ac coutrements in his school They will bo hore this week tho uniforms will bo here next week Messrs J C and J M Wood have bought out tho interest of L T Wood in tho Mt Sterling Gazette Mr L T Wood has not made up his mind what business ho will engage in for tho future but thinks sinco ho has had 21 years continuous work ho has earned a short vacation Again wo say sign your names to correspondents to all communica tions that vou do not dcslro to go to tho waste baskot Wo are this week in receipt of several articles that we would havo been glad to give for tho bene...

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. — 8 September 1891

RdrJiAli Cw ir j lTIlTwffFfTtllT4rfffyivTlrw UtMwioMrt VIaLm HkV 8wcetMlstrcimtfBWdtos f J May I p down the jleiio With you rbrfafdablrtslngWtcrilalU K V J I wish tnoivhat It anon Jrro tru j A robin bird my knees did shako To see that alio did me so view A robin bird I did ao quake I wish mo what It Banc were truo Ah Reuben Foster quoth the lass standard of leng MtlWo r irVrltlch 9Aii be UI AJVTU13 4 anii Vr1 An 1 - feMHMWIMlt MISTRESS NANCE OF MILQURN TOWN - h When I bad Rono tho highway down tract street SIUtrs Nancy there With Lotinct quaint nnd Jaunty gown l And sundown glints about her hair Bach tllkcu hojen dnlnty foot l ThiJ should not climb tho mountain lands Bach wondrous hair llho sheaf cflodjjwbtot AH bnrslW fronf It gofdoa bandai What alls the lad that hes cpno wrong Bestgettheo to thy looking glW t What U H of tho robins songr 111 warrant me tho bird did fleo Er thou didst learn lu piping lay Ah Reuben man art fooling me And is It naught thou bast to say Sweet Mistress ...

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. — 15 September 1891

PH 4 T U w Mr Sgtf w - M I V w IVS w 9vs yoii 2 H O One Year 62 Inseattous Six Month 20 Insertions Three Months 13 Inseitlojs Two Months Eight Insertions Ono Month Four luscrnuua Threo InFCrtlon Two Insertion Single Insertion October n mi w ii 0 e3e - sssssspsas gS8S88SSS888 SSSaRHSSSSS S888S888S888 8S88888SS3SS saasssas8888 SS28aSSaS888 838888888888 8Sa8SSS888S J8F8S8SS8SSS COURT DIRECTORY aE8ssr IUWH anu I7irh Way VnoMMOS flbab mini sonu jcdoeT IScott liwWtaft September JrhTnTEHiY court J CtCTamru lummy i 1 m rriUVTV COlKT urday in eacu Professional D 1 hnlclBii and Mtwm BRANCH- Third Monday -of each i tt qi J AUNETT 1 enWui Jville K r vr - rstio in the wins oi nuij f Ml - OLYDESKWOS slim I-11- r Ratti anil sur ol 1 ain U win notice In lliu coui i irtj roiinumg cuumw DUEKSOS jnionce comer ot May - j KING FOllotMt Sterling Ky KSACKtSTAIIEUCO Office Court gtioot X JUDGE AMOS DAVIS o yriTH n fe CO- sss f c TVlor ArrFnsoN v T1 AUorneyBat altswtUngiK Office coiurwu AMES It SS1DY AUorno...

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. — 15 September 1891

V J i if v ft t A i wr - THE ADVOCATE SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oho year In ailvnnco 1 go After tlireo months J After six months l A Schlcgels is tho nearest placo to the schools where all school supplies can bo had James B Tipton bought of Mr C It Brooks his houo and lot on Mays villo street prico 4S00 A nice fitting Mlit in a iliing to be proud of Hurley Lieli make them at low prices on short notice - r Go to Schlcgels for slate and lead pencils tablets ink and paper also school companion Sic The infwt sou of John T and Emma Joh ison near Judy died on Thursday Sept 10 n god three week S W Gaitskill bought of Dr C W llarris his property oh Howard avenue for 3000 possession to be given October 1 Htliiuy iv LviuIih prices aiu within the reach of all and wo feel sure it would bo to your interest to sad their goods before bujing jour Pall uit A company has been organized at Maysville for the of establish ing a steel plant tbcio Prominent iron manufacturer of Cleveland O are said to be interes...

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. — 15 September 1891

A ft V I rt Tho Magistrates of tho county met on Thursday as announced to consider a requost of tho Midland railroad for tho submission to tho pcoplo of a pro- nnual from said road for a voto of 125000 to aid them iu building I through our county Tho proposition was not exactly in tho shapo desired aud an adjournment was had till to day whciutho officials of tho road and a committee of citizens shall have an agreed proposition to present to tho board Wo noto tho fact that during r 1 it r THE ADVOCATE HARRIS MASON Proprietors MT STEUUNU TUESDAY 8KIT 15 1801 FOB TBESIOKNT OROVER CLEVELAND Of Xew York FOB VICE- PBESIDKNT JOHN C CARLISLE 01 Kentucky OUR RAILROAD tho week since this proposition has lieen talked of that more real estate to chanced hands both in tho county ancCcity than in a twelve month be fore If the bare prospect of a pro posal to voto county aid shall have such a salutary effect on tho real es tate market surely wo should leave nothing undone to compass tho bring ing o...

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. — 15 September 1891

T I fi J w a s A A THE ADVOCATE THE FARM AND THE FARMER Sparc tlc feed ami spoil the cow Keep your creamery clean ami com pel your patrons to bo neat Pastures arc often seriously injuicil bv too closu nasturlnjf at this season I your cellar closed to keep in tlio foul air and genus from decaying vegetables It is ffk to liavo in a placo of safe keeping an inventory of tools and all moving property on the farm A harness that Is luminous m the daik has been invented It is in tended to prevent collisions between vehicles at night Even with young chickens there arc few materials that are better than good corn meal lor lattening even a few days feeding of it will bo of bcin eflt Have a scratching placo for your fowls Do not throw tho grain tho hardest piece of ground but among leaves or fine straw and make the hens scratch Some people persist in making both butter and cheese out of tho same milk when if they made it into hon est cheese they would get more money for itat less cost Dpnt try...

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. — 15 September 1891

r I Uf Kipv t txf i it iT -as Vln 5 ji If J LUHfcd IfiPour fit J S tCb T 4 fit T ty THE ADVOCATE eacingpoelier Wo had been prosnectlrur for n month through the Mongollon mountains In Arizona and liad met with tlio poorest U iiunginnble Bolng almost ofit of visions wo decided to return to the for wo were fully convinced the precious mctiits were entirely too source in that locality to warrant us in prospecting further There were three of us In the patty Paul Sanford Arrajo and myself Arrajo was a half breed part Spanish and part Ztint Indian aijd a perfect giant in strength He was not over five feet six and was rather heavy in build yet ho was as quick and as active as a panther I never knew his age though I think it could not have been er thirty at the time of which I rito 5 Paul Sanford was a slender youth of eighteen while I was a year younger yet wo were nearly the same size I had come to Arizona hlx weeks before to pay a long promised vltlt to Paul who was a former schoolmate an...

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. — 15 September 1891

I1 ml THE ADVOCATE NEWS OF THE WEEK Anew Presbyterian Church is to bo erected at Winchester It will cost between 20000 and 25000 Enward J Havmau proprietor of the largest dry goods storo in Now port has made an assignment It is said that a Warsaw man has discovered a way of making maple syrup for thirty cents per gallon Near Staulcy Daviess county an unknown tramp was run over and killed by a train on the L St T At Lily Laurel count James Col lins a freight conductor was run over and killed while coupling cars Tho County Judge W II Phillips of Jcssamino county continues to re fuso to grant saloon licenses and tho bar rooms are closed Tho Central German Methodist Con ference at Covington Thursday de cided by a vote of 190 to 1 not to recognize women as lay delegates Tho Kentucky Earmcr a paper pub lished at Shophordsvillo by Mr Tom Cochran in tho interest of Farmers and Laborers unions will bo moved to Louisville tho 1st of October Happily tho papers of Western Ken tucky aro stopped ...

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. — 15 September 1891

t MT STEELING ADVOCATE TUESDAY SEPEMBER 15 1891 7 THE ADVOCATE m r shiuglcs oats etc go to Barnes vumbo 3 4t IchmoiuT Champion wheat drills f sale by W W Heed Wood for Sale G 2t For tho Wilburn semi canuol coal roto Barnes Trumbo 3 4t m Barnes Tin moo are headquarters for all kinds of coal 3 4t f Dr II C Kehoo uses tho Pratt sys t9tn in trcntiug piles fistula and all Dnic diseases tf l Iloflman has been made a special tit of tho Manchester Insuranco for Kentucky and Tenneesoo 0 cords of well seasoned sugar i Wivromb for sale Apply to Mmm Vn W Bnowx Act -- fj P Turnor sold his property Tils city on tho Levee pike to Jno ft Kedmon for 3000 Tho property coiisistsof a good dwelling and three I 49 - i acnes 01 lauci iH Shson resulted in a conviction and IfliB ids f ms vsH1 Thursday A A Hazclrigg jal Commissioner sold 135 acres EO poles of land belonging to thu of Andrew Fcsler deod to ker Turner of tho National K this city at 7150 per acre f ho trial of George F Green in tho county Circu...

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. — 15 September 1891

4 Ett I IV m t II WHAT JllatrcMln AiHonturei of n Shopper Ito ln ceil to the Credit Sjntcni Did yon over happen to lhid your self thrown upon tho cold world with only four cents in your pocket tald n merry looking lady one of a group on tho pinzza of a summer hotel No Well I have and I do assure you It Is not enough Absoluto poverty would bo bliss In comparison I con- slder it tho most aggravating sum oho can possibly bo possessed of Ono hot day I started out to do fcomo shopping and after taking my seat in the elevated It occurred to mo to look into tho stnto of my finances when to my utter astonishment and disgust I saw just four cents rattling arounu in a meiancnoiy way in tno bot tom of my satchel my purso was con spicuous by its absence I found consolation in tho C dD system of delivery and reflected with gratitudo that I was sure of getting homo as I had purchased two tickets on my way down town But you cuuM never gi2S3 the num ber of things I wanted to buy that day which coul...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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