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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 22 November 1892

ttBnBKFSBInBBHKMBKBUEBKUKBHmWlMQGSK rv 5fflf v J ST f i iMi rt r s H fKsrt I10QI THE ADVOCATE T UTTUETHINCIB A good by Wsb Is nlittlo thing With you J hand on tfto dodr to go 3nUt tnfcc tho venom out Of the sting 01 n thoughtless word a a cruel fll ng 1 That you ihado an hour ago AMsfiroctlugl8VtocUwidrai o After the toil of the dgy And it sinpothstlfo f urrovyfi flowed by caro The lines onthoforoWndyouoncc called fnlrj In the years that Jiavo flown aw lU a littlo thtyg to any You are kind 1 lovo you my dear cacUnlght JBut It sends d tfirlU Uiroughtlichcsrtl find For lpvc istoudcr as loyo la blind As wo climb llfos rugged licrght i We starvo enchothocfor loyos carets tyotakdmitwoddnotglVo It seems so easy sbniov8ofil to bfcas But wo dole this Ioto grudgingly Till tis bitter and hnrd to live Jcnnoss Miller Monthly v THE HOUSEHOLD Whiekv will lake outuvcry kind of fruij stain Table cloths and napkins wbicliJiavo become almpst ruined by stains may bo restored by pouring whisky upon the...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 22 November 1892

1 FfHE ADVOCATE W j HORSE AND TRACK Kromlin 2 07 is still King Tf you mean to trot a colt pearling says Marvin twico a day Iff and sharp Mako tlio work lessons as a him short Tho first horso that trots a mile in two minutes will average forty four feet a second Simmlcolon cut his record to 2 13J at Nashville This gives Simmons four in tho 215 list Tho sulky builders are now busy devising vehicles that will mako tho records take another tumblo in 1893 Martha Wilke3 2 08wcars tcn ounco shoes and four ounco weights forward She carries a four ounco plato bohind Eight Palo Alto bred horses ontcrcd the 2 20 list thi year Many a cheap stallion that is mak ing dobts for an owner would sell off handed at a remunerative figure if gelded There arc now only four living sons of Ilambletonian that havo twenty flvo or more 2 30 pcrformore they boing Strathmore Egbert Dictator and Ilarold The chances aro that tho two last named will not live until spring It is a very easy matter to find a market fo...

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. — 29 November 1892

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Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 29 November 1892

idC V Vvi wnwMaiOiWMiiiiliiiiiliMiJiMJiawfcllllwal r aiiiiJii n r ii f annrw ikfffl iK 1W naVA yy k aw- ADVOCATE ift - Pleasant Story of Thackeray Among tho Spectators friends is a Scotchman who camo to this country young prospored here married here but 1ms often visited tho old country making iu all nearly u hundred voy ages Ono of these voyages was mado in 1851 with his young wifo That was tho year of tho great Worlds Fair when the Crystal Palace dnz zled tho eyes of tho visitors whoso wonderful tales spread the marvel far and wide When tho Spectators friend readied London all of tho talk was of tho coming opening of the Crystal Palace The royalties were to ho there in great force to say nothing of mere celebrities The gentleman himself had seen all this sort of thing before including tho royalties But his young wile iiau not and a great spcctaclo it would he to her American eyes The price was rather steep Only those wcro admit ted who held season tickets and the cost something li...

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. — 29 November 1892

HHHHSHHHHHHHHBMHBHHHinflHHHHRlPmQniif1 MMA mBGWIPW r nam 1 WW fj i fc Ja t7 1 I f Jff v- - 7 -v fcTHE ADVOCATE ha K I aX V OWE HUNDRED AND TWENTY TIVE YEARS AGO Clergymans Address to MarrlaU Persons at theAlrri Th duties botwcou man and wife ft aro Tarious auil important They eunpofio tho union not of persons only but also and principally of af fections It is not Joining ot Hands j but of hearts which constitutes Tiago in tho sight of God This alone rings and preserves tho sexes to gether and both sanctifies and per fects this moat solomn uud Bacred con nection But whero this is wanting tho moio cohabitation of man and woman ia spito of all tho ceremonies iit tho world is nothing better than a Iogul prostitution Tho office says and with great propriety that so many as aro coupled together other wise than Gods word doth allow aro not joined of God noithor is tho mat- 4l See then that no motives of in terest or convcnionco ucceivo you into a Jiotion that you loyo one another while yon...

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. — 29 November 1892

HS a 1 E E ar W V bV At I THE- ADVOCATE Advocate Publlthlncr Campariy MT STEHMXO TUKfcDAY KOV ft 1893 ADVERTISING RATES 1 ft One Year G2 Ingestions Six Months 20 Insertions Three Months 13 Insertions Two Months Kight Insertions iOno Month Jboar Insertions Throo Insertions Xvvo Jnscitioas Single Insertion A sssssssIb oaaoMoooogg X e JfL gitio SSSSSSSSSSS3 SSSSSS8SSSSS eo to oo o w cd - J SS3SaSSStl888S 888888888883 8SSSSSaf2888S I 283888338888 Tho Gazette is in a stato of unrest and takes a blow at all creation First it deals it to Sir WeavorV manifesto resenting what it tails an insult The Third party gets this foi oflering shelter to them out in tin cold with the hope not of improving tho Third poily but of doing tho Tli publicans good Tho G O P and it lcprcsentatives arc mad uid barLei in a corner liko a cold we dog m Spending their time snapping Will they do it Will tho Democrats ful fill their promise is atititlfer thine disturbing their place if pp dicnf an olia osion of fongif...

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. — 29 November 1892

5f Jt m tf au M p X r tf - KFiX lis st lift loyiffee ft MP r r T HyffA Trimble Bros - ffif lield at Lexington ThursUay A tf t Ji VR 1st -a w Everybody is invited to -witness JSir Moneys Crusade a missionary entertainment to bo given at tho Christian cjiurch Friday evening De emntrer 2dJ at 7 30 by tho Young tplos Society of Christian yor Jegiuniiig with next week Doc G wo will devote a column to tho Chris- rt thin Endeavor Work by giving topic Iifapd eommfint8 by Rev S H Doyle I Plio -will lR rtf irnlt ialilA nlfl In nilP t4Jia IV 111 LU VI TUlMUiu v v v Endeavor workers aud wo jtrnst every worker will socuro a copy of the Advocate and give closo study ito each publication i j - J M Brown tho owner of the cx ionsion of tho Kentucky S A R R from Rofliwoll and tho Lexington Cross Tic Company aro shipping over tlmKy S A about 1300 ties per 1- i v i a l 1 S- avwcuk to j ojcuo jiuu two uc ubuuiii uuuuiuig liiu JiiM ouuiu iiuurv jvii tracks leading into Chicago aro being doubled jjMr E B ...

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. — 29 November 1892

i X il if it u L vmm FW it afiE wvF 9WWBBRKJSrHBy7S itMniin i fi8BTIpWrvTPffyrt v 2rMK v v rux ii it miiin - -- m m iMnmn iMMinniMM ni i iiMiiWMiiniiiii ii mi virtue of tho voters NdW 3 THE ADVOCATE Political Sittings Thoro will bo no Forco biil no kFodoral iutorforouco witli elections Thank God 1 Now York Sum Iu this campaign a righteous issue had a worthy oxpoiientTho ciiinpaigii has brought about tho expected rcsult Baltimore Sun JDom It is fairly certain now that Demo crats iu authority including Mr Cleveland have uo notion ot carrying into effect tho declaration that a pro tective tariff is unconstitutional and a fraud Baltimore American ttcp Tho peoplo have triumphed over tho plutocracy Men aro4stronger than money Tho hidden and ab horrent forW of comiptibn havo not prevailcd over tlio intelligence and York World There is no snap jndgoment in tho popular decision It is a clean cut victory following a fair open manly contest Neither victors nor van quished have left open to dis...

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. — 29 November 1892

t Ml rv v VtiMk WK Hk1 Era Tl m7 U5SJ w h - J j Pv Them- Jr wonwiH wAw ffitlea Jicrsou oh ncr into tfaVchar cters of men she imarK d the other day that a 4i 41 always Kmgefl otner men by lOWelfas a standard This is tho rootle fluds one man judges an their pan A crank one wno nas mcories jut mm and things different from sown tudc one who dresses bettor user one wno saves more than he -spendthrift one who sponds re money than ho ftsnob ono whoso social position Witter thau his own in upstart ono whose social 6 Worse than his own rascal ono who owes him ney i Ditto- one to whom he owes Ipiiey smart man ono who thinks as es fool ono who doesnt The woman went on in tho same strain and gavo her own ideas of men Wlio agrees with her These arc some of tliem PbusinesB A murderer who takes 1000- slunlief ono who takes li 62atesman ono who talks with- I out making money Hj A politician one who makes money I Wtotfut talking J Alaborer one who gets to work at G oclock 3 A mow ntm wlrt crnta tn w...

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. — 29 November 1892

Ti lMvV iS1 IK to HWaWXS ft TV TOSK ff ft r fc tfefe ir p Wr 13 Art rt XVJ WV 1 kT BXESMjfcW THE ADVOCATE V FRANKFORT CORRESPONDENCE FuANK7onT Kv Nov 26 1892 Eon Advocate The General Assembly after its brief rest and vIbII to tho votora itud tax payers of Kentucky really seems to havo formed some good resolutions Tlioy are starling at the work before them in a busincss liko way and the Committee on Retrenchment and Re form roportcd favorably tho bill dock ing absentees their per diem Right here however I venture the predic tion that that bill will never became a law That per diem is tho only ex cuse Boma ot te memoers imve ior being here certainly tho only one for protracting thin session to an unpre cedented length Thoro are members here intelligent conscientious industrious and faith ful to their trust timo alone will tell whether they are sufficiently numer ous to effect a sine dio adjournment beforo tho treasury is deploted There is now in tho treasury about 1400000 which will b...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 29 November 1892

i THE ADYOCATE f Jj H tf y TO - fe 2 y 1 1- ttiftA Ail r 5 h M n nj U 11111111 if I I U IIIIM 11111111 I III Ill 1 ll pH I- 1 nil I I FRANKFORT CORRESPONDENCE FnANKFOiiT Ky Nor 20 1892 Eds Advocate The General Assembly after its brief rest and visit to tho voters and tax payers of Kentucky really seems to have formed omo good resolutions They aro starting at tho work before them in a business liko vray and the Committee on Retrenchment and Re form reported favorably tho bill dock ing absentees their per diem Right here however I venturo tho predic tion that that bill will never becmo a law That per diem is tho only ex curo some of tke members have for being here certainly tho onlr ono for protracting thi session to an unpre cedented length Thoro aro members hero intelligent conscientious industrious ana faitn iul to their trust j timo alono will tell whether they aro sufficiently numer ous to effect a sine die adjournment before tho treasury is deploted There is now in tho treasury ...

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. — 6 December 1892

ir L K tSh tfS H M u St - w H i if gags BEf y 3l ill tand By Your Colors Rewards Awe Due Your Army That 9as Fought Your Battles and Has Help Win Victories It is thu Duty of Every Demo S 1 crat Whether an Official or I Private to Stand By v t 4the Prss SI - J K Vhe Promulgator and Defender - of Democratic do A i t Wo nofwishtobo understood t 1 x V 4 ot lacir ot complaining a pat 15 V A3 linage of our political friends they aro doing nobly Wo feel thatitis thaduty of every Democrat U in this colmtViithisVCiicuit Court RHJlSi - Hf Xcfnl Bft 1 f stul in his Appellate- dlsh ict to sub- withiu these sovei al Districts pay their subscriptions in advance aud theioby hold up their hands Wo iiavo just emerged from a hotly contested political struggle and we do not think it presumption when wo say the efforts of tho Democratic press especially in tbo i aco for -Judge of tho Court of Appeals saved tho Democratic party from defqat If wo have done this if Ave have givon our time our taleuts and o...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 6 December 1892

t s H I Blul km tl If ken - PI m b - rVbrtin WEEKLY - -v - 4tand By Your Colors Rewards Aje Due Your Army i4Tii - That Has Fought Your Battles and Has Help Win Victories lit is thu Duty of Every Demo f 1 crat Whether an Official or Private to Stand By w tir -- - JthSPrss j The Promulgator and Defender of Democratic ciples Wo UbnotWi8htobo understood as coraplaming df a lack of pat ronage of our political friends thoy aro doing nobly Ws feel that it is theduty of oveiy Democrat in this coWntylin MliisGUcuit Court - ff L j Si rtiKtriot in nils rjoiiETCHSiomu uisuiui jj in this Appellate district to sub- scrioo lor tno iemacimjc pupuia Within these several Districts pay their subscriptions in advauco ahd thereby hold up their hands Wo liavo just emerged from a hotly contested political struggle and wo do not think it prcsutnption whon we say tho efforts of tho Democratic press especially in tho race for -Judge of tho Court of Appeals saved the Democratic party from defeat If wo havo do...

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. — 6 December 1892

1 V H A il1 BkEwwH 5 I I i hi m If il HHBRwiV 1kji rUuiJTiS THE ADVOCATE Winter Protection of Btmwborry Vinos At this season occurs tho question regarding the utility of covering strawberry vines for protection in winter If I knew the enow would como on and keep them covered till Into April there would not bo tbo slightest necessity of affording other protection Even here in this latitude wn arfl as likelv to havo rain and ice storms in January and February as otherwise and then it is good by to big patches of strawberry plants lte peated thawing and freezing of the ground is what works the mischief with tho plants so tlio covering of leaves straw or evergreen boughs or whatnot protects the ground from tho rago of tho sun aud atmospheric changes adequate to prevent tho de struction of tho plants It is truo that on a clayey soil or most any still soil if adequate protec tion is not afforded the plants thoy will bo lifted out by tho frost but alternate freezing and thawing if the plan...

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. — 6 December 1892

if itflfeefll I Two I 5 i PpS Offi ADVOCATE JV1 GENERAL NIWS i ni i much oxcllement over the nrivtkf 0a1A n treat quantitiqs nainov Hroek In tho Comanclie nTniltiin Territory and feho Indian mines In tho Arbucklo iue ana lYlouua ranges m it c lnfunui nf rjnfivirn T gieywho robbed tlio United Stales spVess Company of fUXuw is to oe sanity Judge Itothorock of the rwa Sunvomo Court has sot mat afSment on foot and tho atiornoys collecting evidence E il Vrktfta yjwhe control 01 mo do tin Assembly depend on a drawing RFinf That bodv mow stands 02 Ito- jjtobiicans 58 Peoples Party 3 Demo crats and J maepenuuui iu mainingltcpvcsontativo is to be seated by lot the vote in Coffeo county being a lie Honrv 8 Ives -who -was arrested a vr vnaM jico whilo tryiue to capture O w IM1T II D road was married in Lockport H Y a week ago to JUtss Hclen Goitrudo Sears of that city Even Ives most in tlmato friends know iiothlng of the affair v Hutrh Hobs and ox Burgess John U McLuckie tho Homestead strike l...

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. — 6 December 1892

IP W - 61 fJWi h mm i I fcv i Ifc 31 ncs ffiEffiWOCATE v S fwi f t r r W i AdVocto Publtshlns Company Mr HT1HV V TUESJAY Vty QUS2 A D VR TI S H NG RATES O Ono Year 62 Ingestions Six Months SO Insertions Three atonllw 13 Insertions Two Months Eight Insertions Ono Month Four Insertions Thrco Insertions Two Insertions Singlo Insertion 0 OT W Q d TO 3 3 6 S 8 Hon Thos C Moore Circuit Attorney-General who for years has Veen tho leader of the Republican party in Tennessee is dead Pviidunt Harrison lias bt cuat work for soveral days on hie message 10 Congress which lie hopes to have ready for transmission to that body to day The Tammany Tiger will make a poor watch dog of tho Treasury Commercial Gazette It can scarcely prove a less trust- worthy sentinel than the Republican Coon has done Mrs Col Thomas Turner is lying at deaths door at their residence on Vest Main street Kuiatives havo been telegraphed for and her demise is expected at any m nuciit Mrs Turner has the hearts f luia communit...

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 December 1892

FtKV j Jeyi a ail mimi MfflSS if ftwTseJsr s i jjf - ifi V r FtfnxaMti anu jjouroon couuiiun iiuvu ized more from turkeys thi9 year tliaii kxjfrojri hogs Ay m V id K I i Jharles H Garrison charged with thfe murder of Ownes ontho 11th aof Novcmher 1888 -was tried in bo Circuit Court last week and ac- iitled B0 Lloyd at fho City Drug rc U preparpj to uieetyour wants itha way ofholfday goods lib has pplendid lino ot books ranging from iS sininlest juvenilo to a treatico Mutable for the most irofound thinker ir - Mb died Monday night November 28 aged about 65 years Mr Hoy t 1 tt lJ l irnca xiazuujgg niiu xm lUjknown to many of of our older aans Jirs iioy is a sister 01 jurs pn jy Jones of this city LV lrYlwD nt tlw V T H n T7 kfriOlMualiau church on Friday IjOOOjboQli enter taiilment to a joltnd appreciative audiencp rk precnted Sir Mouoya vand after the performance a Jilection was taken up and 1945 roalizedSto be sent to thb Salt Lake N rt ii -IV J YV Jones has ondisplay one of the mos...

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 December 1892

Rr tv t - 1 Wfi J 4 S K rl ft F Ml ey era ito - - it MV F i pf yv v v m - WSSiW w THE ADVOCATE NEWS IN BRIEF Tho sisters of the Convent of Nolle Danio Baltimore aro in a fitato of groat fear because of tho constant ringing of tho bell by invlslblo hands Nobody has been able to stop it Tho trial of Father Corrigan pastor of a church in Ilobokon is sot for December 12 Corrigan wroto a letter denouncing tho allege oflbrlsof tho German priests to Gcrmanizo the United States Tom Watson tho AUianco Con gressman of Where am I at fame has boen seriously ill with norvoua prostration sinco ho learned of his defeat Watson was a candidate for re election to Congress According to Prof Jacoby of Col umbia College there aro now no less than sovon comets visible This ho says is so far as ho has any informa tion or experience tho largest num ber on record They are all tele scopic comets however George A Morse of Minneapolis a well known real estate dealer and loan agent for Eastern capitalists has c...

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 December 1892

J tit iT - MT- P n M U Tttz - a Jf -ft ffl o r II a ft v44 HKB T KSr7r r fvaP J Wv V J -S if E ADyOCATE SAtir trUL ROOM FOR BOY yi room should bo s m any in me nome juojjj v men bettor misbsmlB ana hers after they leave the pa- jobf for having boon brought vHJki neat belongings Not long young boy aBkcd mo to look at 1 091 and pointed with pride to the pifettrplncushlon and a dainty hand bfef caeo made by his sister by hung a wlsk broom caeo - 1 11 I In tnl i a uroom ior Drusmug ui o clothes a laundry bag made by mother ho said a 6hoo box with eking bruflhes for his boots an y chair with inviting headrest two thrcc boHUtiful pictures each ono a fccht from some ono at homo and a lk stand with a Bible Other good ifcs ky scattered over tho table lifwaya had a pretty cozy room at me ho Miidu and when I had to lit for a distant city momor ana packed as much of it as thoy S 11 i -1 T ana expressed is u me iot know how much it wouia me up until I arranged as I had It at home Now I it brings...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 6 December 1892

if S if i K k HH W Iriw 1 vr fr SlLiA v- bt W THE -ADVOCATE LAND STOCK AND CROP n a i ii i i Bort McCluro solcl Jast week to Cas well Goff a yoko of fat oxen at 3c per pouutl Iif F Grigsby jsotd a bunch of shoats toSm Hart at -150 por 4unclrcd wcighil25pouns v It FA Grigsbyeolila pair of fat oxon to Cas P Goff at 3 por pound weight 2970 lbs I havo for salo a few well faltcd hOgS W X AxDEitsoy W N Anderson sold to Jo Turloy foxtccnhead of cattle at 3 and 3 cents averago 1250 pounds From our Grassoy Lick Correspondent R Stoler sold to I F Tabb his crop of about 10 acres of tobacco at 10 cents D G Howell sold to Win Dean about 10 acres of tobacco at 10 cents also Wm Garrison sold to same party eight acres at 11 cents to be delivered in winter orders C Bush sold to James Mason about 10 acres of tobacco at 10 cents also Mrs Maria Thompson sold to same party about 5000 pounds at 4 and 10 cents J II Mason and Wm Leo sold 10 acres of tobacco to Thomas Judy of North Middletown at 10 cents He...

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