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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 16 August 1892

0 ft T W9 THE 5l wjv ADVOCATE BI Firm fjoti ikW JElcctrlc motors now run thrashers and other acrloultural machiuory in- fioino parts of Europo j it has been domonstralcd that the Of celery blight can bo checked by spray ing wjlh ammoniacal carbonate of copper v y Crimeon or scarlet clovor as it is somolimes designated does not thrive in Mississippi according to Prof Tracy of tho Mississippi statidn Sot traps by scattering pieces of oraugo peel over tho ground for snails Grenier says they aro so fond of this delicacy that thoy will remain cling ing to tho peel rather than go back to thoir hiding places at break of day Examine tho traps overy morning and Jdcstroy tho marauders Paris greou in water for various in sects is applied at tho rato of oho pound to 250 or 300 gollons of water This proportion for small quantities can bo obtained noarly enough for practical purposes says tho Massa chusetts Plowman by taking an ordi nary teaspoon filling it with tho poi son and thon striking it o...

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. — 16 August 1892

HN V Ik p v w w 1 It BPKr fill MBit LiaBM al imi Oil m f V mimmmmmmm - THE ADVOCATE JUDGE PETERS M1KISCENCES Indisposition with a disinclination to whito caused tlio interval botwecn my last number and this but having - somewhat improved in health I now resume- the effort to complete tho self imposed task Having closed my last numbor with a statement of tho capture by the col onics of Fort Duqucsitc and a great areliof it was to tho early settlers west ward I proceed now to stato some of tho facts that led to tho rupturb be tween England and her North au colonies At tho close of tho war between England and Franco England found herself very heavily indebted and charging that a part of that indebted ness had been created by tho aid sho had given tho colonics in effecting their settlements and carrying on their wars it was just that thoy should contribute to liquidate those debts their just proportion of them and that Parliament should take such steps as would aceompiisn that object wh...

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. — 16 August 1892

IK T r THE ADVOCATE Kentucky Training open Soptcmbcr 5 1892 r i lHlllS1ttt School will 45 10t Strayed jersey cow yellow right horn off Strayed from Sim Huuts pasture July Jth Liberal reward paid for her cturn 2 2t James GkekNe Paris Pauucls at Bryans 2 2t L 4 V t Tho next session of Mrs Ilarris school Ilarris Institute will open Monday Sept 5th Greon Clay son of Rov Greon Clay Smith at Washington D C is at Id deaths door with fever m Mr J It Wilson has beon appoin ted by tho County Court Adminis trator of tho estato of William My lihcir and waB sworn in last Satur day S r fcTho FlonungaburgTlTazotto has been Rirchased bv tho Gazetto Publishing V of this city and will bo managed ly C H Duty Bon Hall is in somo Svay connected with tho deal Wednesday night a negro William rcarsall stole from the stablo of Mrs Sarah Winn on whoso place he work ed aJhorso and buggy Lato in the night ho was found with tho articles in his poscssion and lodged in jail r u JT Sophie Lyons who was confined in...

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. — 16 August 1892

ti ra l W p l l if tJ sa K THE ADVOCATE Stories About Chanjr and Eng Tho Itlchmontl Dispatch gives Borne interesting details about the last days ol tho Siamese twins Somo of tho children wore nearly grown j when one day from somo cause or other a squabble ensued in which tho mothers took part and subsequently Chang and Eng who being men of spirit and courage drew their knives and began to attack each other when tho wives seoing tho danger begged them to de sist Tho twins ceased struggling but decided then and there that thoy Would be separated and at onco scut to Mount Airy for their family physi cian Dr Ilollingsworth a man with quito a local reputation as a skillful surgeon He arrived with his instru ments and after being told what was wanted remarked Very well just got up on that table and Ill fix you but which would you prefer that I sovor tho flesh which connects you or cut on your heads Ono will pro duco much the samo result as tho other This brought tho twius to their senses ...

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. — 23 August 1892

MT STEREiNG ftwj o i Tear H Jnseetions ontha ucrtiona 3 Months Insertions Z lonths t Insertions Bho Month- Four Insertions Chreo Insertions pwo Insertions f Ingte Insertion A WEEKLV JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN DVERTISING RATES vr a wm 9 wti oaooo nh w to SS88S88S8888 883888888888 8S55S88SSS888 otso22S J Professional ABNETTV ti V U practiced tlio Courts of Kentucky r M t 5 SSaSSS8K8888 ssssaasassss J8S88888S88S ssasssasssss S8S8S8SS88SS Hr iMVMWooeoj Court Directory 5l CIRCUIT COURT TO6p Jons E CoorKR presiding TIUramonuBy May and tho Fourth Monday in Jvovcmlxa COURT OF COMMON PLEA8 umeT J 8C0TT presiding Third Monday In September and March V - M0NT0OMERY QUARTERLY COURT TOO Lewis AppkrboK presiding i Tuesday at tcr Third Monday in January April July ana ctober f rf Z COUNT UUUBl MX SS ESSE muxim James W Groves presiding lirst Bat- in each montn UfeOLIVKU Cllvol AUOrnuy uv i u j Mt Sterling Ky All collections and real ctata lwncUon Pni tiling concoriiiiiB 5Ti Minn ti lien fflninrit1uptalfif...

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. — 23 August 1892

H t 4 A W 5 f 1 ti t If la A - YV I y i le - J V i fc1 r rt iffrm The 7ri sh iin ipfw 1 I 1 5 WM - -- - i3 v j y 5Wi vr lAWHPM r w v - - - - tni A THE ADVOCATE Advocate Publishing Company MT STKHLIKO TUESDAY AUGUST t DEMOCRATIC TARIFF LAW 4 1S2 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR 1lWBtDENJ GROVER CLEVELAND FOR VICE rilFStDENT ADLAJ E STEVENSON For v For Appellate Judge James II IIazelrigg For Circuit Judge John E CoorEit Of Montgomery County Commonwealths Attorney C W Nesbitt - Of Bath County TOU CIIICUIT CLEltK HENRY R BRIGHT FOR S1IEMFF JNO C RICHARDSON FOU COKGKESS Wo are authorized to announce Hon C R Brooks of Mt Sterling Montgomery county as a candidate for tjic 53d Congress from tho Tenth District subject to tho action of the Democratic party We arc authorized to announce Mr Henry D Combs as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Monefeo county sub ject to th6 action of tho Democratic party Fon Jaileh To the Domocrats of Montgomery County I am a candidate for Jailer subject to ho action of tho D...

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. — 23 August 1892

Ew mt Fourth tovidc 7U lUSTOK ft- t 1 ih - rt THE ADVOCATE fr WGIILATUREOALIJCD IAOK he Gvrnora Proclamation i - - vTMVi oenaauoa v The following proclamation of Gov Jlm Y Brown ro convonlngtho Lcg iiaiuro on Thursday has caused a widespread sensation The Governor intimates as will bo scon that a largo part of the Legislation already-accomplished goes formaught on account Qf a Conatituioiialdcfect in tho passing f tho sovcral bills Tho proclama tion reads as follows I John Young Brown Govcuor of tho Common- ealth of Kontucky exorcising the Uthority vested in ino by tho Con- flitution do now call tho General issombly ot tho Commonwealth lo convene in session in tho city of Frankfort on Thursday next thb 25th dayj of August ouo thousand eight hundred and ninety two at 12 oclock noon Section 80 of tho Constitution reads as follows Ho may ou extraordinary occa sions convene tho Genoral Assembly ot ennf nf rrnvnrnmnrir nr at a diftbront placo if that should havo become dangerous from au ...

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. — 23 August 1892

Bft S 1 I t2V VJJ r iJsi a- r fcR r fe iv Bf f FV TV TWflrTr opt THE ADVOCATE NEW YORK ALL RIGHT Tho hopes tliat Republicans had from Democratic divisions in Now York aro fading away Tho situation in Now York could not ho improved All factious aro working for National victory and tlicro aro no sulkers in tho Democratic army Licut Gov Shcehan is at tho head of tho State organization Harrity and ox Secretary Whituoy aro at tho head of tho national organization and if f hero is anybody who is disgruntled ha has not made it known Tho Democrats in New York havo Bhown great modcraton and the highest wisdom Tho necessary har mony for success in that State seemed at one time impossiblo and tho country was deluged with prophecies as to what would happen if Mr - Cleveland was nominated Thoso gruoful predictions havo not been verified and instead of chaos ami dis order we now find perfect harmony and united action and a campaign in Which from both sides there is an earnest and enthusiastic sup...

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. — 23 August 1892

m W ft iiirifuiMiiii j V T I THE ADVOCATE CAVE DWELLERS OF ARIZONA i AVlzooa has an unwrittori history1 p r li TWlttelfimay Uoreugily6nnisctt from thontdo characTora inscribed on rocks tho deserted dwellings of a prehis toric race and tho xw of Jotico lous towns All thoso thlng8Jigive ovidonco thqt a peaceful industrious people cultivating the soilfand jiVac tisiug Bomobf the arts had lived and diod within this territory centuries before tho European saw this conti nent TJill aboriginal people passed away Icayingtho wild Indian and tho buf falo in possession of thoh domain but somo of their works havo with stood time and remain to aid us in guessing their history Who they were whence they came whither thoywent whether Toltce or Aztec are probloms not yet solved Traces of these people havo been discovered in Now Mexico Utah and Colorado but in thoso districts tho ruins c6nsist mainly of crumbling wlls mounds of dust and masses of rubbish tho remains of old building Tho most authentic...

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. — 23 August 1892

h Va rs J R i H l I t ti I i M m - H EEsmmmtmmt THE ADVOCATE 01 M Judgc James H Hazelrigg Nom inated For Judge of the Court of Appeals On First Ballot Over Two of the Most Formida ble Competitors In this District A High Honor Worthly Bestowed Tho Democratic Couvcutiou of the First Appellate District mot at Cat- Jottsburjf on Thursday and nom inated for a candidate Judge James II Hazelrigg of this city At 2 oclock p m Hon It II Van saut Chairman of the District Com mittee called tho Convention to order uud at once a temporary organization was effected Hon J M Robinson -of Pike was made temporary Chair ajiau and the representatives present of the Democratic papers temporary Secretaries The temporary Chairman appointed tiro several committees and the Con vention took a recess ot an hour to allow these committees to prepare their reports Upon tho reassembling ot tho Con vention Hon It K Hart of Fleming was made permanent Chairman and Ilctcher Slarkhain permanent Sec- rotary a icst voie ...

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. — 23 August 1892

y isG fcWl - Paris Grcou Baura Son - n yy iyty yy rttgrw Trimble Bros Wholesai e Grocers for salo by Adain Beautiful assort of fall millinery just received at T IMartin So Cos Will some of our subscribers fur nish 118 with a copy of the Advocate of Juno 21 1892 Ilowo Johnson arc selling fruit Jars and fruit cans lower than any- body v i 4 4 at m T Dicd OnlastWcdirtjeday tho 17 inst of chplera morbus infant son of Edward Gregory Felt hats fancy wings and birds all now shades at T P Martin - Cos Dont forgetthq Democratic County Convention for next Saturday after- noon at 2 oclock - A fino assortment of fine stationery can be found at Ii C Lloyd CiTYrDnua Stoke r Born to tho wife of George Stokely on Thursday August 18 a daughter weight ton pounds r Tablots Pencils etc for Institute work at It C Lloyds Citt Drug Store Democratic County Convention Saturday next Aug 27 to nominato delegates to tho Estill Springs Con vention meets at tho Court Houso at 2 pm i m John C Wood is in Flomiugsb...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 23 August 1892

U v m u i 1 A U in 6 H fIMrr 1 1 ii n1 I n HIMi dipped twice at au interval of four teen days and the dipping must bo done thoroughly This will kill the worst caso of scab to be found any where and it is a disenfectant which will keep tho sheep healthy after they aro once cured So says William Watson in the Breeders Gazette lie once cleaned a Jlock of 50000 sheep in New Zealand from scab in six weeks by tho above treatment without moving the animals from any of their old infected runs According to a statement of a French chemist oats contain twice as much mineral principles to form and grow bones of the animal as Indian corn It is 12 to 1 1 per cent richer in protein that is to say in matter that makes musclo aud other tissues Be sides that oats contain a principle that has bcon ignored for a long time rniwvnf j THE ADVOCATE FARM AND DAIRY NOTES Uso lime about tho stables Modorato weight hogs pay best Go into tho sheep business gradual ly Sheep will help down keep tho sprouts Grass ...

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. — 30 August 1892

flee tx o KgU A LVOL Ill ihhev m JDVgRTISING RATES jS5 5 v 2 tt Wrr ro Mohths Sight Insertions Month rour Insertions tee Insertions ounsertlons i To gi Insertion a j a SS38S3IbI uilJAJ O 3 3 22S55 888 SSSS8888SSSS 2SSSaSS8S S38888888888 SSS888888S88 gsjas5esass8S8 gSSSASS8888 53888888888SS 8SS8eSaS8S8S 8S8S8SS88S8 rtHMC4tlISOmj Court directory CIRCUIT COURT Lb Towk E COopeh mlcUngThlrd Monday lay and the Fourth Monday In o embci I TLTKB nntrtiT nP COMMON Third Monday in h SCOTT presiding Sumewxtzmr court vI person presiding Tuesday af IMonday laJanuary April July and r nnsTY COURT rLi irnoh mntlth TV COCRT CIVIL BKMJOH Kc kh W Groves presiding 1 Iret sat in each month Professional HKTT 8alycrsvilleKy I practice in the Courts of Kentucky 4V1 AUorncyat Law and Surveyor red umcc uiraii 111 01 it 31 X I - HTPsstl1JVnt nXlSoSftMtTMtteiljnaKy T t nrTTnsnv hys cW aiid Surgeon V Mt Sterling Ky atJ a vvH Claytons store KnerofClaVUHlMayfv illc streets iClKG FOUD of Jit Stoning iyj SffioK SXAB...

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. — 30 August 1892

THE ADOCta For JisryW4 - t - Advocate Publishing Company MT STERLING TUESDAY AUGUST 80 1802 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOll VIlfcSIDENT GliOVER CLEVELAND FOR VICE 1KFSIUENT ADLAI E STEVENSON For Appellate Judge James II IIazelmuu For Circuit Judge John E Coopek Of Montgomery County Commonwealths Attorney C W Nesbitt Of Bath County FOU CIRCUIT CLEUK HENltY R B1UGI1T FOU SHERIFF JNO C RICHARDSON FOU CONGRESS Wo arc authorized to announce Hon C R Brooks of Mt Sterling Montgomery county as a candidate for the 53d Congress from tho Tenth District subject to tho action of the Democratic party Wc are authorized to announce Mr Henry D Combs as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Menefco county sub ject to tho action of tho Democratic party Fou Jailer To the Democrats of Montgomery Cou nty I am a cancuuaic ior o uuui subject to tho action of tho Demo cratic party to till the vacancy caused by the death of Mr Tipton In connection with this announce ment it is proper for me to statc that if elected I have...

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. — 30 August 1892

If WMtuxmmiuu THE ADVOCATE Vi R That D Mr fcTElUJNO All tempt I the art iliviug m 4M ff Ordinance f f t ViivdcA i ate I your editorkl in tlio Advocate of ulv liinoteontffwas evidently written TjcfoWyon had stmlicil JjothsiifcsV tho question Tho State law does not cover tho en tiro ground j hero afo llionsanlsol so called dqctors whocan practico in Kentucky who wfould not attempt tt There are no tvaveUiij pljysjchW who are akillciV ili tlfoir profcfesionf Their unllinitecl fcBeafchJconsits mi kite search lor tho almighty dollar lio traveling lightning rod agents Yreen goods men and other - sharps bey arc most skilled and have inly hail a most bencllcial jjfco financially u Who is to jiulgo of their ciency 11 by a cramming pioccss soniri trick in Which tho V arc or by skilled they arc ablo to receive a diploma how arc wo to judgo ot their pro- licieucy Dont jiutgaibat all shun them Tho day for Gypsies Arabs aud all profejjiional travelers is past Local phyfcieUnis havo a hotter i - iu...

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. — 30 August 1892

m M i Iwpr I- M6 J r MMiawMWWPMMMltrtWWttfcWiailWJ l kK - THE ADVOCATE That Slop Hole How many a fanners homo is there which docs not have a festering slop liolo somewhere around it A cor respondent ot the N Y Tribune in troduces tho subject in this wise That slopholcl Which ono That one under your kitchen window where you throw slop out at a broken pane that one by the kitchen door that ono within a few feet of your own or your neighbors well You are cultivated refined You would not drink out ol tho slop bucket oh no I 1u t how good it tastes when having percolated through a Yew feet of earth you draw it out of a well And not only tho earth and water that percolates through it are poisoned but the air is loaded with disease-engendering microbes that arc drawn into the lungs by thousands at every breath thus poisoning tho blood which the air should purify as they poison tho water which is the vehicle for dissolving tho food and carrying its nutrients to every minutest point of the s...

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. — 30 August 1892

m A M i W w R THE ADVOCATE rfho The Mysteries of Sloop The mystery of sleep is ono with which wo have booomo familiar through long acquaintanceship Wo forget that it is a great marvel as death More than that tho exper ience of seeing gorgeous pageants spread before us in theso periods of quiescence of being delighted by sweet sounds and sights or terrified by goblins is a calmy accepted ono Dreams liko the growth of tho plant from the soed are not often food for wonderment simply becauso wo are so accustomed to them Tho Nation al Beviow in Considering tho general feubject draws attention to tho lact that tho dreamer in possession of all his senses describes his dream as de pending upon that of sight In that most famous vision upon record Jacob saw tho ladder upon which angels ascended and descended Tho dreamer in tho harvest field of Canaan three thousand years ago declared Behold I wo were binding sheaves together and lol my sheaf arose and stood upright and behold 1 your sheaves s...

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. — 30 August 1892

1 Ill A Hill rrtsrr iMUBttnwoinicwinntOTtti JUaildocka - m 4 antT vr v tfymmmmmm JUDGE PETERS BEHIH1SCENCES jjn order to how how a pnvo in Cliiiir Afclihvi kmiinanv in after Years iasi t iiv i - i WSlnJtt titnt n m i P flannVnl ii- Iliiitiii iiiiiisi il yj W S 1 wn ctA ir ta wnrtnccnrr i VU Jikvv SB i r7 III r h v v reKr aiijiiiii and again Daniel Morirau u nrlvato soldier as above stated on tlfoir ifiarch through Iho wilderness to the battlq ground had a lifilculty with a wflgOif lfkTsfer at tached to tho army which ended in a light Morgan uve his ndverar a thrashing which being reported j to tho General he ordered a Court nihr tial o try Morgan for the offeuse The Court- colidcihrfcrt hihi to receive lO0P lashes 500 of which were ad ministered ahd the othei ot6 wcio to bo inflicted on a future clay named Morgan was a num of groat hysiral TinTTiHiiTrenfrairdlvas Recovering troui it when a squad of soldier came to Jiis quarters and dinaiidedhiin to in flict on him tho icsiduo of tho...

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. — 30 August 1892

M Si TOS Vr v S A 1 SV f w JmvfliMm JpWfsfBREvfi If I s M Af CharlcB M Henry grocor mado an assignment on Friday to S W Gaits kill Assctts and liabilities not given M I The next session of Mrs Harris school Harris Institute will open Monday Sept 5tli Will somo of our subscribers fur nish us with a copy of tho Advocate of Juno 21 1892 i I- Prof Lcary is getting up a separate class in book keeoping for ladies to bo taught in daytime Address him by card through post ofilco Bud Dearou a hard worKing farmer was swindled out of if 580 at tho Campbellsvillo Fair Ho is one of tho men who takes more papers now thaii ho has time to read Dr Louis Laudcnmn the well known optician will bo in Mt Sterling and stav one week Any orders left at tho bflico of Drs Drake Simrail or Duerson will recievo his prpmnt and careful attoution Tho now Homo Laundry xs now turning out tho very best work and running almost to its full capacity Everybody should natrouizo homo enterprise and wo hope to see all of tho...

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. — 30 August 1892

- u - - - mwn iCTiiltjpHilliilliliiiiii WEitWIWanirs FrP f7CS J MT STEBLlJNtt AJL LOCATE TUESDAY AUGUST 30 1892 B I 1 OytK h El G4 I id V lAil alic del I li RETURNING FROM ITS TREMENDOUS TRIUMPHANT FOREIGN TOUR OF OVER 20000 MILES TO EXHIBIT ALL ITS WEALTH OF CROWNING WONDERS AT STERLING KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9th Of varied hue IS Jhi Li JLo wmgk wit asf fwf mKJLimUlli iIhWiI I iWi 1 IHIHI PHI Mil W A splendid ilock of Full Growu and Baby Emus Only School of Trained Monster Sea Lions and Seals It is casilv seen that Sells Brothers Circus deserves its reputation and is fully worthy of the biggest patronago the public can bestow It cer tainly dwarfs anything wo have ever had in Australia Meliiouune Daily Hekald II Has lade Tie Greatest of its IM Cat ill- rifyF i 4iS tsM m wilvI vie inn vail iuf flsV fori altl Bright Golden Visions Fresh from Fairy Realms iU - f Elf Land Playground doithc Littlo Folks 1 A Startling Tournament of Lofty Leaps The very air nure with Daring Deeds 1 A Ceaseles...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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