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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 6 October 1891

KiaK THE ADVOCATE Mention In History but Not In Scrliituro CK of thu Tiitklii Hlnl A large cigo full of young Cuban parrots in front of a Washington street tore nttracts attention Tlio birds nro from 3 to S months old and nro Jusl the right no to bo taught to moke bright remarks and ak for erackers They are beautiful in plumage and seem to bo In good condition generally A lady who understands parrots talked to a reporter about them When I bought my parrot Polly of courso her namo 3 PoTly uhe couldnt talk at nil But in llvo months xtlK w utm vtftvK ViivTWH JHH HJHJ b could say good morning good vwpt lubunHP ai bHw jW lit trala hi I guess yes and bos my Annio Im lier Joe shes my that s as far us she could go in that song and many other things When a parrot ouco learns anything thor oughly it Is never forgotten Tlioy should bo mado to get each scntenco learned perfectly boforo anything now to tnem bomo parrots a good my in fact never learn to talk at Isala require but v very llttlo car...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 6 October 1891

liJSV v WW 6 Tf THE ADVOCATE TOBACCO BOYCOTT General Williams Talksl Farmers Stand by your Colors I It is well remembored by all inter ested in tho growing of tobacco that for a loirtr timo there has been com plaint among tho farmers of oxecssivo - itfl 1inn irAnnnn Tf iocs ior Boiuufj inu w -- unities in times or war also fresh in their recollection that Jess than a year ago all tho tobacco ware houses of Loulsvillo and Cincinnati formed a combination to capitalize tlieir good wj illt9 9110 colossal stock coriipahy with absoluto power over tho trade This alarmed tho farmers and thoy inii n innaa mppiinir in the city of Loxinston last November at which t cniKmi na the best means of protecting themselves against this great combine that they would estab lish warehouses of their own in which they would sell their own to bacco through their own agents A committee was appointed to perfect a plan to carry out their purposes and tho Growers house is the result of this meeting That Lexingto...

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. — 6 October 1891

m Mmuii m nZm 1MB a 1 S jjH1 a eejpi i a Kl Oldham county are visiting tho ytl wwLi ily of Mrs Ditzlcrs brother II C uwell this city judgtt A E Colo went from here tho Hazel Green Fair His wife d littlo son Henry Wadsworth sited Mrs Z T Young this city Dr A B Stoop 0f Mt Sterling mo up last Friday and is rusticating Frozen Ho has GOO acrrs ofvalu lo land on Moivue a tributary of he abovo stream and plenty of blue s grass in Montgomery A W Moore of Florence South J Carollua Proprielor of tho Centenary one of tho best weeklys in tho South P JrWV li l THE ADVOCATE PERSONAL I Hamlet C Shary of Maysville was tho city Tuesday on business Mrs E J Held left yesterday for a lit to her mother in Fulton Mo liss Annie Lylo returned ftm n lm of unco ivln r Crnwm J IIVUI 1SUQUV0U r V www H Ira M E TurncY of Paris 111 is ting her 6on Harlan at tho Natiou lotol this city 0 M Brown aud family of Sharps- urg visited Mrs Ilaydou Wyatt in this county last week f Dr II C Kchoo and family moved to Lexing...

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. — 6 October 1891

ft it F to r L W flf J Jt J S 4 itf tyr Tf SBPBiP Wa fl1lITOlll1 WSJPM ww itiwmwuviwuwiiwBwmwi THE ADV0CA1K r MEDICINE HATS GARDEN it Blossoms Like tllo Flowers of Spring j In Canadas Kancli Country At nearly all tho stations on tho Canadian Pacific railroad through Man itoba thero aro largo glass jars over tho station entrance containing flno speci mens of tho various cereals raised in tho country One can seo nowhero plumper wheat or finer ryo or oats than tho specimens ho is able to inspect as he jumps from tho train to take a turn on tho station platforms Further west another sort of exhibi tion is given at tho stations It is not necessary through Manitoba to have gardens alongside tho railroad track to convince tho traveler of tho remarkable productiveness of tho soil Tho great fields of grain along tho road are suffi cient evidence that ho is in a country of abounding harvests But when he reaches tho western Assinlboin or Al berta where tho country is dryer there oro very few w...

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. — 27 October 1891

1 Iff j a wTV KT TOL II ADVERTISING RATES i EK a P Ane Year FftU Ingestions fi Six Months JK StJ Insertions fflfiThrco Montlia jlt c 13 Insertions jTwo Months i EigUt Insertions Hio Month Hcour Insertions Krca Insertions jiifjjO Insertions UB KnjHglo Ineci tlou irpiiiM - CSSS5 8 8 8 288S88888S88 SS88SSS8S88S 8SS8S8S8S888 ssasssas888S S228aS5 S 538888 888588388888 83a8SS28S88 roieaeaiooooiajjg 8S8SS83S8S88 Court Directory WMUITCOTOT S and tlo VonrtU aonilay la w cmDor F C0CKT Or COMMON ni Lm t aJ5i nroairtinir Th id Monday in Ptombcr and S jwb CODBT HUT JB iiuniv v -ii rrtnir nr 0E LEWIS APrKHSON lnwlluiiiK - - ti71 Monday In January Apili nu COCNTY COCBT W Monday ot end mmu CUAKC SI HP irw IUFc1 wrnnnvia nresldlni klwt But irday in each month Professional JAKVETT Will J555i5Vffieloarot Kentucky dk xin sox WlcolfuSteISBindr counties jiASirDUKltSOX lhrslcian nml Snrireon bsawwss KING F01tl of Mt Sterling Ivy W1OLESAcikcskati0 UAZELiaGO Jw vftcityAttfy Mt MOTK j co Court Street DGE AMO...

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. — 27 October 1891

a in I M if I- II i r r wtvwrmjiw 2 yiayirnq Trimble Bros Wholesale Grocers TRIMBLE BROS Wholesale Grocers - MT STERLING KY THE ADVOCATE subscription rates Ouojear In luhance After tluxO moiitlii After six months 1 00 1 23 1 CO To Owners of Pianos Mr L E Ellsworth is in ho city on his fall nip Parties desiring his ser vices will please leave their order at W S Lloyds drug store All work guaranteed T D Ga oought of Clifton Hush 7i barrel- of corn at 200 per barrel in tlic Held A W Suffer old his crop of to uaeco 9 acres to Tlionus Cormidy at 7 cents R F A Grigsby has rented his house and lot on the Levee pike to Mr W II lluyues The fifteen months old child ot Mr Walter Rankin of the Somerset neigh borhood died on Thur day of inllani mation of the bowel Burial in JMachpclah Cemetery on Friday Cassidy Smith hereby announce -that from this forward they will sell exclusively lor cash and that there will be no dcviaton lrom this rule under anv circumstances 12 2t MrW S Caldwell the wcll h...

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. — 27 October 1891

1 t I i um J THE ADVOCATE HARRIS Si MASON Proprietors t H STEKLINa TUESDAY OCT 27 1801 FOK TKESIDENT OROVER CLEVELAND Of iicw York FOH VICE - ritESIDENT JOHN C CARLISLE Of Kentucky Newspaper Ethics newspaper gains neither fnor influcnco by abandoning good inncrs It may indeed make itself Bagrecablo and annoying and so ldnco opposition as a polecat may fcctually close tho wood path -which you havo designed to take It may be feared and in the samo way as that animal feared and despised But this effect must not bo confounded Jwith newspaper power and influence It isoxccediugly annoying undoubted ly to bo placaadcd all over town as a rliar or a donkey a hypocrite or a sneak thief But although the effect i very unpleasant vpry littlo ability is required to produce it A littlo paper nd printing a littlo paste and a great leal of malico are all that are needed knrl nvon tho nccuniary cost is not large Tho effect is produced but it does not show ability or force or uenco upon tho part of it...

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. — 27 October 1891

m it 4 MT STERLING ADVOCATE TUESDAY OCTOBER 27 1891 JB tmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmjmmmmmmimanmBmmMiminmuawmmtmmansmammmmimmrmmca THE ADVOCATE HORSE AND TRACK - Ccoi 8 expects McEwcn to trot ft inilo in 2 12 next year Tlueo of tho races at the Rhode Island Btato Pair wcro won by get i ltussia is tho only stallion in Ohio Hiat ever had a two-year-old record Iicttcr than 2 30 in n race Ed Gccrs has filially decided to -drive for J C Hamlin for three years salary 5000 jicr year Seven trotters by Young Wilkes Iiavc entered tho 2 30 list this year Don J Leather one of tho owners of Monbars has refused an ofler of 75000 for Monbars 2 1SJ Egbert has put three in tho 220 list this year Egthorne 213 J Tcni llc Bar 217 Illinois Egbert 2 20 Guy Wilkes has now two sons that Jtavo sired 230 performances They arc Guy K and Sable Wilkes Abe Downing has now three of his out with records better than 2 1G They are Pat Downing 2 13 Pennant 215 and Chronometer 2 15 V Xow is the time to take up tho colts -and see t...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 27 October 1891

v 4 l rjdi v r V Mgi aKva aPWyes JK laVibe i jr i ttfwiui taLU mhSV - JHiflB SMuWw i K Oik cm Cn J r MANKIND DIE POOR THE ADVOCATE f tbava a secret 1 will tell yotti tt not rood hews but It l always true l trum it in and will bo everinoro Mint almost all mankind ale poor r anccalorH worked banl their bread totriiu er had their snrrowit often mixed vrlthstn bat coniw bo hard eooh usuty from our store new anu cniiartin often all die poor t men die poor thoy did nnd nhrars wtlL few shall role the rest musUurro with skill Joseph from the pit Is lard of morn in bwarrna of dark Knyptlans dying poor ifarmtnicpayr With wit and forco com bined surelr la th farm that feeds mankind Ulnars are richer round tlm world Im sure fit farmers often grumble and die poor Jv to work nnd nave makes wealth abound l thousand ways to ucatter tomtit us round Llttlo In get mid many burdens oro And sutiie net mil thai they should be ioor Ah well who caresT All history surely tells Thoj who have nuinoy ilo not h...

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. — 27 October 1891

U 1 r K s ir I i i f r J 1 I f 6 f12 nd vi year THE ADVOCATE NCVS OF THE WEE Allorncv General Hendiliastlo luto a ciaetl that twelve men grand jury riillbavo resulted The elections in unu t io Liberals i vietoij a in a complete over the Clerical ui John Tins n lyneheil at Golnn murder of an aB0WO woman jbodist Ecumenical The Second t r well days fccssion - - - wuii d Tucgtiny in AVabhingto UUJ t il cabict makers who ao ftptcmbcr 1 have Chao struck in i wok at ine oiu scneu niiminii i II ulc ninUiid has entered suit icvinii w 1 l fltt0 - rkv sedation for 2287 sy 1110 1VUI - due hir for il1tw Mr Iced i0 refused Mr Hoggins for St Blaise which Vim V000 Th0 horso WCIlt t0 m Temiessc0 last wcek r ew hf uu l - fork f rvcnsbr on a jiuuvu creamery n in ony a largo force of hands Til - -a i i iseifOjUW worm oi with myon county Board of Commis jhavc sent a proposition to the Riders to pay sixty cents ilat on i iilv h laiuuau uvhvao v 1 llti ye Bank of Lewisburp Tenn an assignment Thursday The ...

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. — 27 October 1891

fc H jBm m IKb URK m tm i r W BwHi AW iPi r 1 jF n I IS IBT J K r tiffHrci -v n f Li JJ fa THE ADVOCATE Answer to Mr Hoffman From tho Carlisle Mercury UAUHSLi IVY UCC JZ JO JA Having read tho attack upon tho lurat Homo Insurance Company also pon the Fleming Company by A offman of Mt Sterling wo print tho bllowiug which wo deem a sufficient reply to all ho has said IIuust Insokance Co V A Hehhkkt rresident W II Squiues Director Roijekt Dark Secretary CEUT1FICATES To whom it may concern Somo ton or twclvo years ago W S Quaintanco originated a plan of in surance of which I becamo a member iug elected Secretary and Trcasircr ttlic organization of the company and ontiuuing in that capacity over since am prepared to say it is tho cheapest and most reliable insurance I havo any knowledge of David Wilson V Sept 1 80 Flcmingsburg Ky VlfU wiiuiu it amy UUIIUU1I1 Being a citizen of Fleming county Kndn mnmlinr of tho Farmers Home IutualIusurancc Company of Finni ng und ako a member of tho Vinso...

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. — 27 October 1891

i I THE ADVOCATE LOZENGERS1 A Gamins Slmplo Tribute tj Ilia Friend of tllo Loilslnc Hjiiko Tliero were two niuiies on tlio brnss pinto that was nailed to the lid of tho cheap coflln hi tho parlor of the Hoys Lodging House but to the gamins who wero congregated on tho pavo ment below waiting for their com- rados funeral services to begin tho dead lad had been known as Lozen 1 gens in 110 no nau oeen a lozengo pcuuier in me vuy jurus ujiu ui uiuau child merchants that wander from bench to bench and drwl their monot 1 onous Lozengers all kinds cent a packige Tliat Lozengers had been popular among tho other boys of tho lodging I houbo was ovident from tho number of his fellows who had gathered to hear de parsons send oil and from tho j lntgo design in common flowers that they had placed at the head of his cofQn The boys had chipped in and bought it from a ilorist bargaining sharply with him for do biggest show de boodle would buy When Ljuengers was living his bed fellow and boon compani...

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 November 1891

fc fo i 4 I v IfttKi its r H m 1 x W1 F r 7 i V h vM r MT VOL II -Month Ifonr Insertions i Insertions Xwo Insertions fttaglo Insertion ADVERTISING RATES n M Tfer H uuenio HfecHoBtb M Insertion Tkre Months U Insertions mu Xight Insertions Court directory t d9 ZaAaaaaas a on 888888SS8S88 S8888888S883 833888888888 ssasssasssss ssssassassss 888888888888 8fa8SSaS8888 ffl8S8Sa8888 October 0OtJNTy COURT Third Monday ol each month mkVon JiffiVta First Sat- prday in each month I M ftMrUot Kentucky 1 nvncVRmK J Mt w J frl rour mi w it Professional -- 1 ol Bath and sur U practice In the coutts LUlllg juumvh TTTpncnv Iiiiin nnd Sunreon Mh8uWtes RMldeKce corner or Clay ana w n KINO FOUD of Mt Sterling ivy sFaoadleb CO WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS - Office Court Street JUDGE AMOS DAVIS ManTe PeWcininnntl O SXiyleT 7 wUApperen uaAPUSON rM rVmrtRnUk LUIV www J - loamV ilJa oyw - tlll w itCil nrf KT F - KMrfcltalrs Will attend TOIIN M ELLIOTT J Attoreeylaw OBce In Flier BlocK WHITE BUOUkb Attorneyship Will p...

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 November 1891

iw mm- Kt 5JR m E K l S m lJf1 iiHHWf 2 Trimble Bros Wholesale Grocers TRIMBLE BROS -S Wholesale Grocers r MT STERLING KY THE ADVOCATE 1 i i - SUBSCRIPTION RATES- Ono year In advance 9 After tlireo months f r After Bl months l w Born to the- Avifo op Theodore Friend near Spencer on 25th inst a sou t See what C W Caipcutcr has to say in Iris advertisement It -will pay yo Born to tho wife of Walter Morc laud of the Spencer neighborhood on 28th inst a son A look atparpenters advertisement will be in the nature of a surprisn to our readers Barboursvillc Harrodsburg Dan ville JUylield and Princeton are among the Kentucky towns that are preparing a system of water works Uncle Pics Trimble met with a painful accident a few days ago While cutting wood the ax glanced and cut a deep gash in his foot Ha zel Green Herald Jtarrled on Wedm adaj e filing Octoucr 28th at the home of the brides mother in this city ildcr II W Trimble officiating Mr J II Barnes of Grassy Lick to Miss Laura Guy Mrs J J...

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 November 1891

ri im fr i HE advocate 11 HARRIS MASON Proprietors l n JnM wyouryi sTEIlUXtJ TUESDAY NOV a 1801 FOlt TOE8IDENT GROVER CLEVELAND Of Now York FOlt VICE - MtESIDENT JOHN O CARLISLE Of Kentucky To day tho elections take placo In Ohio Iowa New York and btttu The ItepnblicanB are iHgto carry all theso Stateo but tho jroat fight is Doing mauo in umu whero McKinloy tho Apostlo of tho protective tariff ia a candidate for Governor That ho will be elected is pretty generally conceded and it is only a question of majority with him The otner states are more uuuuuui to Democrats seemingly naynig my Ids in thought But Judge Jewell Kkjrtinently remarks politics is h 1 lid only when tho ballots aro counted 111 it do for either party to get up much of a jollification J mtit to 3 Viiil hk ii fcncuuiu a small country but ca lliillilmir St ian seenro you r Miw terms vo iJiaf 0 cheapest ami uost ot will also she determined to do sufficient lustering to attract the notico 6f the utside world Some ten days...

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 November 1891

rf i m THE ADVOCATE t ON AN OLD WOMAN SINGING 1 flwcet are tho songs that I havo heard From croon xuehs and tho building bird Prom children bubbling oer with tunp Whllo slocp still held mo half In swoon And surly bees hummed everywhere Their drowsy bass atonic tho air From hunters and tho hunting horn Before tho day star woko tho morn From boatmen In ambrosial dusk Whero richer than a pull of musk Tho blo3som breath they drifted through Fell out of branches drenched n lth dew And sweet tho strains that como to mo When In great memories I seo All that full throated quiring throng Oo streaming on tho winds of song Her who afar In upper sky Sounded tho wild Valkyrlos cry With golden clash of shield and spear Singing for only gods to hear And her who on tho trumpcls blaro Sang Angels Hver Drlght and Fair Her voice her presence whoro sho Etood Already part of angelhood iJut never hao I heard In song Sweetness and fcorrow so prolong Their being as hushed muslo rings Along vibrating silver...

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 November 1891

V itr Xitfj fe W iff Wl 1 i W iflV rTHE ADVOCATE in tho field ready to cut while thrco Inches of biiow covers tho ground But this could have been seen on the 1st day of October 1891 in rinako River Valley Idaho Fashionable women in Tacoma have n PEN AND SCISSORS At Parle Alexandre Dumas now play Tho Hoadof Thobcs ia awaited with Interest It will bo brought out at tho Comcdio Francalso theater Our domain has extended until it is said that the sun never sets on tho soil of tho United States that when it is 0 p m on Altoo Island Alaska it is 930 a in at Eastport Maine Tho time mado by Wm Windle at Springfield Mass a milo in 2 15 is bringing tho racing bicyclist close to tho trotter at his best Only tho speediest nags beat tho record of Win dle It is unusual to sco grain standiug rganized what they call a rainy day club tho eolo purpose of which is tho encouragement of tho sensible habit of wearing on wet days dresses which do not extend below tho ankles A Roman inventor Slgnor G l7ft U...

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 November 1891

6 - - V- aryrifm fl n t VTfWHVfS if THE ADVOCATE Buslnooo Mans Advlco Old Frlonds Sommcn Itlc Tcnni Kcpoitcr and Ialcon Editors IlcrouTRi and Falcav Will you havo patience with an old citizen and allow him through your paper to say a few words to his old Democratic liicnd and especially those of the Alliance There is prob ably not an Alliance man in Fayette county who does not read the Itc portcr and Falcon and I want to Bpeak a tow words of truth and sober earnestness to them I was for 25 years an active busi ness man in Soniervillc and have a deep interest in all that conduces to tho growth and prosperity of the county No sober earnest thinking man can hesitato for a moment to ad mit to himself at least that life and liopo of tho South rests with tho Dem ocratic party and tho enforcement of tho doctrines of genuine Democracy Tho rulo of Democracy is the fair and cquitablo rulo of tho white mau and means peace prosperity and perpetuity to the country There aro no truer more leliabl...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 November 1891

M Vi t i - m - - THE ADVOCATE LAND STbCK AND CROP ThomasIHslo desires to rent his lifarni Sco notico in another column Corn is soiling at 225 per bbl in Iho Hold in the Judy neighborhood Charlie Donohoo sold to llcdmond 11 fat cattle at 5 cents and 6 stags at 4 cents for November delivery Mr John A Thompson sold Red- mon350fa cattle for2Tov6mbcrdo livery at 485 per hundred Mr John A Thompson bought six fhead of fcedois of Andy McClurc avcrago 1260 pounds at 337 per hundred At tho combination of Ferguson Frazlor of Oynthiana last sixty head of horses brought 945 an avcrago of 190 per lipad Clifton Prowitt bought of George Prowitt 40 head of cat- stle for feeders ayorago 1125 pounds at 3i cntits Tier pound George 0 Caso sold his crop of to bacco in Louisville tho past -week from 350 to 1650 per hundred average 840 per hundred Jn C Wi Mathers sold 40 head of Now Yprk cattle about tho best bunch that over left thd county to Layson Moore for 4A conts Car- ilislo Mercury Mason Cluko shipp...

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 November 1891

ajBH r wifwww THE ADVOCATE SUNDAY BY THE SEA r Beneath the plno trees on the bin IT The hammock awiiylrvj to and fro The western wind come wliUperlng A seaward message soft and low t Beyond the sen i tender blue t Where golden sunbeams kiss and ronch r While Ia7 uuvclets softly lui V Against tho thickly shell strovrn beach Afar against tho shining sky With sails uplifted clear and whtto I A vessel lingers like a bird J Southward to Uko Its onward flight Gods day and his nil constant sign And seal of sweet abiding love Set In unchanging tender caro On earth sunshine and sky above Oh thou whose waters Vlnlte I Of loving truth forever How Give us tho strength that all thy lore We come to rocogntzo and knowl And when above our weary heads The many wators ceaseless roll Let us lie down in peaco and sleep Nor fears rasress tho weary soul -Olivia Lovell Wilson In Good Housekeeping A CHINAMANS BABY GOD This was told in tho council room of the Chong Wah Kutig Saw when tho incense sticks of t...

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