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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 25 October 1892

fr V ha ItoM f A k -X H nf r - J m p mniiww advocate DK VAN 4 ii t Cosslp About HIsTrlpto Wash ington and Some Things he aw Immense air compressor onginoi are employed to produco this high m ore In auitanio reservoirs xno biicu R M loaded with ICO pounds of dynamite is placod la the breech and this great air pressure is lot on slowly at first 60 to start tho shell on its way -without JcLelmRk irraduallv increasing until tnwnr 5s inn behind tho shell sJllilci nnniinloslint n otrinll frnnttnti a second hut muSt be so as any shock liko gunpowder would give Would explodo tho dynamite and bui st tlio shell in tho breech of tho gun This shell loaded with dyna mite would at a milo range proba 1 bly sink any ship struck by it Our officers are quite jcaions of outsiders j seeing tho modus operandi ot tho working of theso projectiles but I fouud my Informant hi tho person of Utf old salt taking his off watch feiestaona bulkhead forrd Pro ducing a goodly twist of tobacco I swapped it for a gou...

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 October 1892

i v J I V 9T WP 1XM THE ADVOCATE Frankfort Ky Oct 24 1892 33ds Advocate il ij - Tho Logiejatjircufts passed now revenue aud corporation lulls and vill now draw pay aud do nothing for sovoral days whilo iheso bills aro being ourollcd andwhou on- rolled and signed by tho Speakers of tho two houses this extra session vriu end They havo not attempted to k legislate ou somo of tho measures named in tno Governors proclamation re convening them and tho corpora tion bill just passed will bo vetoed again unless tho Governor has changed Ids opinion as to tno coustisiitional mninritv renuircd to pass amendments for tho Senate forces tho same issuo by intentionally adopting amendments with less than a majority of all its members voting in tho affirmative The Governor and his friends seem unwilling to test tho question in tho Courts Tho Auditor doubting tho -validity of tho Worlds Fair bill re fuses to issuo warrants for tho mint appropriated and as yet no manda mus has issued to compel him to d...

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 October 1892

i T Li JjJ nv ii il2filoYM Jce te WW f4fxf and tomember ScfctrolBkclfyurns h at the Court houso Saturday vapn IM October 18tb to tlio wifo of at iclr omo ai KIb Mill RSOii jnator Jo Blackburn epcaks at the rfc houBC Saturday next at 2 p m I me out and hcarlrin y rJ t itcholl has tho T nicest display of apti -over brougnt to jui to Ill Hodgkfn of Clark county a bejfqfSPvaiunt7 died at hia re on the 18th of typnoiu lover iot Blackurn speaks at tho urt Hoiiso at 2 ptfm on Saturday me out and hear tho iniquities of If li l he jporco am vonumicu t Democrats your county ticket is an tHont one vote for every man on t m you Will vote ior an i v rayons ot ypur oniccs i isrn ana uowoh wm By jan Xhll Lv nvf ninnlfliiirn at 2 Xi fwles at -night Givtf each ivESjng reception Hon O C Bowles of Tike will peak aj tho Court Houso next tty October 29 at night Uomo out Kicar a splendid arraignment of Monublican party WA - llarlin Rcasor son of Green Rcasor lear jSpcncor was thrown from his rsell Friday...

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 October 1892

fr lniimliKirvf m y M k r v s IR F K V EggHfm BOB the Advocate THE TOBACCO MARKET Tho West cm Tobacco Journal re views the situation for Burloy aud dark tobaccos as follows GOOD MARKET FOR HURLEY Tlio largo Increaeo in tho output of manufactured tobacco in August and Soptcmbcr moans a good deal for Burloy aud that tho increased con sumption in this typo has had its in fluence in values is especially notice able onjtlie commoner grades although their comparative scarcity has been noticeable for months Tho medium grades of bright havo also largely in creased with the least improvement in Itcd Leaf aud not much better in Fine Leaf Rut that there has been a material improvement in goneral values is apparent when we scan tho courso of tho markets Tako tho off erings in tho Cincinnati market for a numbor of months pafct mid tho pro portion selling below GOO lias been a very small fraction of tho total some weeks less than 2 per cent of tho total and no week up to 5 per cent while this tim...

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. — 1 November 1892

T 1 III t W T mm n - il MT WOXi III Two Months Xight Insertions Om Month Four Insertion i n Three Insertions Two Insertions gle Insertion M OVtomoynt Law and Surveyor MU Sterling Ky ah iwiinnnd real cstato transactions or jiiwivv - itmmmiv ni SlWra XZhnt Ti M T K Barnes Will ttth 0 n THOMPSON MD r Office with Dr U Q Drake East Main 8trcctMt Sterling Ky VRCnASBDUEllSpN lhysiclan and Surgeon 1 MtStcillnifKy SBgSM F1l HrXG FOtf D of Mt Sterling Ky FTa am4o ills A Abf v lCK stadlek CO AVIIOIiESALE CLOTHIEItS CINCINNATI O CJJRIGG Att VnuUdingMUsterlinB4Ky BUOOICS o 1 JtiKJLlivjr ssS 7r aaAZ a c a SSaoBaoSoggg HMMfWeMiWW S8SS888S8888 SSSSSS8888S8 a2SSV5S8S3 SSSS888888SS assssesasssss 885883888888 888888888888 SS8aaS8888 W8T8S8SSS88S Court Directory CIRCUIT COURT Jrrooit JonK E CoorBR presiding Third Monday Mar Md the Fourth Monday In November Knr ov cuuuuh i iao T Rflorr Dresldlng Third Monday in PSE5 mSiit court presiding Tuesday af ArrKRSOH Mii j i TnVnnrv Am U July and M rv onrMTY COUR...

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. — 1 November 1892

Itt K i 5 Wi THE ADVGKSATR A Ci itrt Advocate P ubllshln Company MT STEItLlNG 1UESDAY NOV 1 1893 m DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOIt PRESIDENT GROVER CLEVELAND TOU VICE PRESIDENT ADLAI E STEVENSON For Appellate Judge James H Hazeliugq ron conokess MARCUS C LISLE Of Clark IV Circuit Judge JounE Cooi er Of Montgomery County For Commonwealths Attorney C W Xesiutt Of Bath County FOt CircmT CLEIK HENRY R BRIGHT ron sheriff JNO C RICHARDSON For Jailer J M BEST Grovcr Cleveland filled tho Treasury Benjamin Harrison emptied it THE GAZETTE Has Joined tho Uniform Rank of tho Order of Ananias and Denlos That It Favors the Force Blll Tho Time Has Passed When It Can Bo AH Things to All Men The Demo crats Aro Crowing Weary of Its Vllllanous Utterances and Ques tionable Methods That paper the Gazette haB gotten its main suppoit from Democratic subscribers and advertisers cvci since it began to exist yet it has never lost an opportunity to throw mud lio and otherwise cater to tho intci est of Re publicans in ...

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. — 1 November 1892

iv Mi 11 Ifii xw V I ipll ill dio a Mi AJDUI h 1 ln usri TM ADVOCATE ZP I Bt - NEWS IN BRIEF AYPiriovillc Ky ono man hl ed and four injured by tlio falling of me ixtae wurK m uuw unugB uyui the Cumberland river he large registration in Chicago give much 6uc6urgemunt to the pU iuolsiDoiriocrt8 who bcliovo tljat tho Stato willgo for Cleveland i Red flagswjll lo barred in Chicago in the parade forming part of tho ex ercises of Nov C arranged in honpi of tnc unveiling ot tlio Anarcmat monu ment at Walcihoim A S Mcivicr tho Worlds Fair Commissioner from Wyoming was taken to jail iu Chicago Thursday- on a capias Morcior is being sucdby John IClay jr Tho buit Js an outgrowth of the celebrated Johnson couuty cattle war Tho Couuty Democracy loaders met Wednesday night at Coopers Uuioii Now Yoilc City and afyer sqven hours session decided to withdraw the county ticket nQiniuntouVagaiuat Tammany Hall Thcro appear to be nothing now in tho way liemocraic eucccs j Now York Tho Philadelphia and Re...

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. — 1 November 1892

Pi w f 4 i 4 HPwM - wc A 4w THE ADVOCATE HOW TO VOTE i V - fi - x DEMOCRATIC TICKET KIcctors for President nnd VIco President W It KINNEY CLAUDE M THOMAS - i Kor Judge Court of Appeals J AS H 1IA7HLIUGG For Judge Superior Court J HAItKV 1JUENT lor Circuit Judge JOHN E COOPEK For Kcprcacntatlvo in Congress M C LISLE For Commonwealths Attorney C W NESBITT For Circuit Clerk II It UUIGIIT For Sheriff J C IlICIIARDSOX For Jailer 1 M UEST JEq above is only one part of one column of a representation of the ticket that the voter will bo called upon to use at tho coming election The ballot sheet will bo nearly as large as ono page of a six column newspaper- But tho Democratic voter will only have to do with one column of tho ball6t When the voter goes to the polls he will be handed by tire clerk a ballot This ballot ho will take to the voting booth where lie will find ready for use a stencil that will mark X With this stencil he will stamp immediately under the ftict of tho Democratic device...

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. — 1 November 1892

bl bPl can - r Mr c rnr iY tnfiv layiire tiwi u oi I ft 4 4 aa tfa5 j 9E9SS tiil v fr riii tfa W AVXM QLIA41NOS ift j J1HvVj a i turn off fore Chriatmas Ap r ofmiteh be -made cheaper thtnwkeu thVwoather is colder t Sv wti the adyocate Qtut 7 3fc Crowd the hoUf thit you ineH to pound now All thjt germs of the fruit to bo sot nxt spring arc started in tho straw Iwry plant thtf year before Tho erliar the plant is sot and the bettor cars it gets the moro fruit it will sot The plan of burning over strawberry beds after tho crop is secured must commend Itself to all who glvo it a faiHriai Besides destroying many insects and leaving tho plantation per fectly freo from weeds this puts an end to all rust for that season To make tho feeding of cattloproflt able through tho winter you should begin early Do not leavo them to tarvo and loso llesh on tho bare paSr turcs and dry stock fields through October and November but get them into winter quartets and on whiter feed whilo they aro yet in goo...

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. — 1 November 1892

k l f vF -4 W l W iii K ii M pp fr W 1 V u Iff BY0eAIE 7 J T i H GONE WRONG Young Fall nti Mans Anothor woll knovni ymmg man lias trotvb wrong ontTT C Quisonbur is in jail with tho serious charge of grand larceny upon tholato opposite his namo Quisenbury is connected with ono of tho prominent families in the State and lived -at Wichostof Ky For txt n vnrlhn has Leon a trusted era- ployo ortlo Mammoth Clothing Storo and enjoyed tho confidouco of Mr Simonson Ho married a handsome young ladyf from tho neighborhood of Winchcstexyaml thoy havo lived hap pily togclhor oi Hemlock street in Parkland Mrs Quisenbury is now Vimnin viRltinL hor naronts and just before his arrest her husband had re- ccived a Jetter from hor For six motiths past tho Mammoth has boon missing goods Sometimes a suit of clothes an overcoat or a pair of shoes would disappear and no trace of them could bo discovered At Iougthabout a week ago when several imml rod dollars worth ot goods had been taken Messrs Klcinhans a...

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. — 1 November 1892

FV r AlSVSlcali in t 1 KT e advocate 4 oMopktpini the polls open under tho kA M ana cioso at i rai Simrall has moved his to his residence on West Main WhitU bopght Saturday of rolcha building lot on Itreet adjoining iiishandsomo bee for 750 Mr AVhitt will l cottago on part of tho lot and balancdtd his residence lot 2 u h salary of tho County Judge en increased to 81000pcr year je dounty Attorneys salary to This is as it uhould ho The yct too little Owiugsyillc U L Scott and Miss Jessio klngton were married in Wednesday Miss Beaa is If Dr Duorson of this city jmu a frequent visitor here fwho is a grandson of Van pson haB many frtouds Mo bS i 1 1 among Doputy Marshal laniels 1U IU11 prisoners on Sunday Lod them in jafl Sovon were d with selling whisky without and three Jas Fox of JPiJrry hn Sandlin and Ellis Deaton of charged with tho murder of U hal Hamilton in Breathitt 1 lqd August Alburn a younj man living ayilio Bath county was ids city Sunday and IiVbqalt ton days ago tanclimizc...

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. — 1 November 1892

i if k w THE ADV0CATL w Papas Own Girl Tho wooing had progressed splen didly It had ovon progressed to a point whero alio had boon won that is ostensibly won If sho proved to lo a truthful girl 8ho would in timo be his wlfo If sho wcro not truthful well no man wants a wifo who is not truthful Thats tho way some men consolo themselves when they fiH to marry But sho 6cchicd to bo truthful and us ho drew her closer to him he whispered And when wc aro married dear est wo will have tho happiest homo in all tho wide wide world Yes George sho replied There can never bo a harsh word ju our home So George And when I como homo tired and worn out with work at tho offico and tho worries of business youll bo kind to me George I knew you would Youll sootho me and put mo in a better humor but say George Yep dearest Whats tho matter with your doing a little of this yourself Why darling Yes thats all right But to come right down to busiuess as papa says whats the matter with you being kind to mo whe...

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 November 1892

fe MT bi T JL r pfroL in BlBgUS Insertion xicu in I Jolnln e i H na Vabt 3 Insertions tooths i Insertions Three Month- 18 Insertions Two Moattes jvKlght Insertions Ob8 Month JTour Insertions lit Three Insertions if t fcrl Two Insertions i s ss 8S8SSSSS88SS t ow SSS8S88S8888 ssKSSssasssss a8SSSSS888S8 ssasssa Mt hicnniK iji co nnstnln corner of Comt and ur UiT Ilftvlng ana iuti Kvl 28888 ffsisllssssT Court Directory i Jrroai Mav and JOHN tho ECoorKRprcsdingThlrd Fourth Monday in November Monday nnfinvrnvvHNrLKiAa n r iRnow uresldlnir Third Monday In September and March kn tSSi AffersoV presiding Tuesday at- IfcJr Third Monday la January i J - Jctober T Jtoob James W Groves presiding First Sat- tu -- PROFESSIONAL rs i i fcm jAItNET r l A SffvS22L2L2SS22i J JHUW Attomeyat taw and Surveyor BllDluwuiBt All collections and real estate transactions or a ami iwhukw B desired Ofllcc front room l i BOIlth 01 k w a - -- nr R THOMPSON MD Hi I pn hMi 10 Si nmrTslVrxiEltSON ind Surgeon ill QtAil ...

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. — 8 November 1892

f r Wk t j JL m Hjtff c km h ZmtefA wixi mnm ja 5 fiRrC7 -TOT m THE ADVOCATE - Advocito Publishing Comaany MT STKKIilNG TUESDAY NOV DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOB ritKSIDENT GROVER CLEVELAND FOB VICE rRKSlDEXT ADLAT E STEVENSON For Appcllato Judge JaMBSII HaZELIUGO FOB CONGKESS MARCUS CLISIE Of Clark For Circuit Judge JohnE CoorEB Of Montgomery County For Commonwealths Attorney I C W Nesbitt V Of Bath County FOB CIBCDIT CLEBK HENRY R BRIGHT V FOB SIIEBIFF JNO C RICHARDSON Fob Jaileb J M BEST G rover Cleveland filled tho Treasury Benjamin narrison emptied it The polls open under the new election law at 7 oclock a m and close at 4 oclock MAKE AN Under the ROOSTER Vote for Best Vote for Bright Vote for Richardson Vote for Lisle Vote for Cooper Vote for Nesbitt Vote for Hazelrigg Vote for Cleveland and Stevenson Vote the Ticket Straight An 3 under the feet of the Rooster votes the whole ticket Vote for Cleveland Stev enson and reform Vote against the Force Bill Vote against the Robber Tariff Vot...

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 November 1892

1 0 11 Senator Hill spoko at Port JorvlsN Y Wednesday to au immonso crowd Tho Democratic electors of Oregon refitso to withdraw although request- W OU 10 U0 SO DV UOUl IMiUUIIUlUIIU OIUIU comtnittlcs Tiio total registration in California for the election of 1892 is 324000 Tho total vote iu the Prcsidcutal election of 1888 was 251000 Judge W C Androws judgo of Harris county one of the best known jurists in Texas committed sulcido Tuosilay night during a fit of tempor ary insanity Tho employes of tho American Sugar Refining Corapauy trust in Now Orleans made a demand Wednesday for higher wages and it not being conceded thoy struck At San Francisco 1000 5 tacl cans of opium were seized by customs officials on tho steamer Oregon from Portland The opium was valued at oyer 16000 and tho duty thereon is estimated at 10000 November 2 two freight trains collided near Cabin Greek Station on Little Eock and Ft Smith Road Ark Engineer Jones and Fireman Darby were killed Tho accident was caused ...

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 November 1892

t A ir I ra k if if i L P 5 t - r Br vjb3 i RK - i THE ADVOCATE STOQK NOTES Agoodraiuisa profitable invest ment Tho colt should havo all the oats ho wants Tlio uraclico of traiuine marcs after breeding is increasing Tho smooth beef will bring a better price than rough coarso cattlo Tho skim milk for tho calves can bo improved by tho addition of a little oatmeal Mahgorsshouldnotbokopt full of hay Stock liko it best when put in Ircsh A man with a first class steer to sell has tho least trouble finding a good market If you want beef cattle breed for beef if you want milk or butler breed for that purpose After using tho thoroughbred sire dont go back to tho grade sire Hold what you havo gained and continue to improve A writer very aptly remarks that when prices for wool aro low care must bo taken to reduce tho cost of growing as much as possible and at the samo timo improvo tho quality Tho breed o cattlo that will bo most iu demand by beef raisers says an exchange will bo tho one that w...

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. — 8 November 1892

lOT PP rVf w He V HHniHUK Ho V fP si A 7 r t i Jl V 1 -A QLEANINGS x li if HE ABVQCATE ft- i nvAl1nii fnnd fnr finl ltlf Hs is com meal mixed with boiling HOI SWeiH BMIIUiitu mint aiuo6vo the flesh a fine flavor and a whlto and clear look that adds to tho market value When feeding oats on tho farm it -will bo found moro economical to feed in tho straw than to thresh them If thoy aro mn through a cutting box he tock will cat them up clean A collar which is also a vegetable store house is -not a good placo in which to keep milk and make butter If you expect to produce a first class article tho dairy room should bo by itself and used for dairy purposes only Brluo destroys mites and prevents their multiplication in tho poultry house Jt should bo sprinkled or eprayed with a forco pump over all parts of tho interior of tho house including tho nests and perches Tho usua attempts to exterminate these littlo pests by boiling suipnim burnhlg tar or makiug other smudges aro futile Land which i...

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 November 1892

te fc 4 Jt n THE ADVOCATE The polls open under the new election law at 7 oclock a m and close at 4 ooclock p m It really looks as if Minnesota -wore slipping awar from its Republican moorings and that the stampedo would develop into a landslide of the regulation order by nest Tuesday An oven dozen prominent Republi cans of tho Stato have within tho last two days publicly aunounced that they proposed to show their indopon dence by voting for Grovcr Cleveland Tho men who have thus suddonly dropped tho Uarxison staudard for the Cleveland banner of tariff reform are Milo White Republican mem borot Congress from tho First Jlinuc sota District from 1883 to 1S87 ox Dairy Commissioner Howard of Lake Crystal and his thrco sons Rev 0 P Vaugness pastor of tho Church of Our Saviour tho leading Norwegian church in Minneapolis Henry G Stordcck of Rothsay ox Warden ol the Stato Prison E H Wood 0 Stearns county Robert J Hall ol Morris Georgo W Sprague of Fill more county D W Hixsou of Elbow Lake an...

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 November 1892

VtWTniKPliragnHnHPlI i sti f n Qk 3 l m and close at 4 oclock p yfcfcvMiijL i fork on tho splendid now store- JOm K JU 4- AV uumvo building on tho coruor of Maysville and Locust streotB is being rapidly pushed Judge B J Peters routed his farm of 200 acres just outsido of tho city limits to W T Daniel for 1250 and tho grazing of three horses and - two cows Judge Peters reserves tho residence lawn garden aud stable 0fo Boiling who murdered Beo Brown on tho streets ol uns cuy uowuor to was arranged before County Judge Appcrson and waived an examining trial Ho was committed without bail Twit TV J Pfitors celebrated his ghty fcoventh birthday on Thursday yis Hfo long friend Johnson Young aged 85 was among tho guests Both Will vote the straight Democratic ticket to day as they havo done for moro than sixty years J M Vice and Mrs Caroliuo Scholl havo leased a hotel iu Huntington W Ta and will go thero in a few days to take possession of their venture The Palaco Hotel now under tho manageme...

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 November 1892

iv -- - Carving Beef Mutton and Fowl In carving a sirloin of beef every slice should he clean and even and - should bo cut with one good firm siroko from end to end of tho joint at the upper portion Tho rib roast should be cut in thin and even slice from tho thick end towards tho thin Iu cutting a round of corned beet or a fillet of veal begin at the top and cut ol thin oven slices A leg of mutton should bo carved by first taking the carving fork in the Jeft hand and planting it firmly in the joint then begin in tho middle and cut straight down but not quito to tho bone The slices should bo cut quito thick as it improves tho flavor t Tho same rules could bo applied to a leg of pork or ham only tho slices 6hould bo cut very much thinner jTonguo should bo cut crosswaye as rtliq practico of cutting it lengthwise injures tho flavor The middle part ff the tonguo is tho best Moro skill and dexterity aro requir ed in carving roast fowl than in ordi nary joints Begin by inserting the Sriifo...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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