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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 2 May 1893

w s rw - I 4M rHn ti V J HOKE SMITH Mr Hoko Smith of Georgia as tho Secretary of tho Interior is a sort of gcnoral housekeeper for tho natiou All branches ot miblic business not specifically allotted to any other de partment aro added to tho work of the Secretary of the Interior Tho department of public business allotted to Mr Ilqko Smith by tho rrosident is distinctly tho picturesque and exciting department As wo Jiavo no war and no prospect oi war the Department of tho Interior ranks ahead even of tho War and Navy De partments in human interest Mr Iloko Smith has under him 4000 mon in Washington and a great er number west of tho Mississippi Hivor His subordinates malco up an army of at least ton thousand exclu sive of thoso employed upon tho cen SU8 which is temporary His duties ro numorous and various Mr Hoke Smith rules tho Pension Office whither all heroes must go to too paid for lighting and bleeding THE HULEIt OP 4000 MEX Mr Hoko Smith rules tho Patent Office and must see to ...

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. — 2 May 1893

iWUlMJiilWiir MHiiliitmminii Rgpt fPf I I i X1 A f rn I THE ADVOCATE FOn STATE SENATOR We aro authorized to auuounco Hon J P Gay of Clark county as a can didate for Seuator of this district com posed of the counties of Clark Bour bon and Montgomery subject to tho action of the Democratic party Col J II Holloway of Clark county is a candidate for State Senator from tho district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomery counties sub ject to tho action of tho Democratic party Your voto and influence pectfully solicitod re- President Cleveland yesterday press ed the button that started the wheel of the grandest Fair on earth Will Brother Johuuio summon up courage sufficient to attend tho coming National Convention of Republican Clubs in Louisville or will he think it bad for hisbusiucs of Postmas ter just now to bo scon mixing with the crowd of politicians and turned out office holders who will bo there Go or stay Brother Johnnie your days as Postmaster aro numbered and they arc rapidly ...

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. — 2 May 1893

-v Mr rt E H nt ft P V n HI THE ADVOCATE ADYOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY TUESDAY MAY 2 1893 FOIl BTATK SENATOR Wc aro aulhorizcd to aunounco Hon J r Gay of Clark county as a can didate for Senator of this district com posed of tho counties ot Clark Bour bou and Montgomery subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Col J II Holloway of Clark county is a candldato for State Senator from tho district composed of Bourbou Clark and Montgomery counties sub ject to tho action of tho Democratic party Your vote and influence ro pcctfully solicited President Cleveland yesterday press ed tho button that started the wheel of the grandest Fair on earth Will Brother Johnnie summon up Courage sufllcieut to attend tho coming National Convention of Republican Clubs in Louisville or will he think It bad for his busiucs of Postmas ter just now to bo seen mixing with tliecrowdof politicians and turned out office holders who will bo there Go or stay Brother Johnuie your days as Postmaster are numbered an...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 2 May 1893

meeting at Spencer church next Sat- urdayciiprning at 11 oclock Brother Rogers lias a wide circle of friends and acquaintences hero who will avail themselves of tho opportunity to hear him speak onco more Henry R Prewitt and wife of Hill ity Kansas who have been visiting IMrtfP8 father Allen Prowitt of thicounty left yesterday for their horn Mr Prowitts many friends here Sro rejoiced to know of the suc cess ho is attaining in his adopted State Will you please call and pay your laccountp made last year Wo dont Iwant to push you but wo must havo money to pay our bills and wo expect Ito collect from tho ones that we nave credited So como in aud pay lyour accounts and let this bo warniug snougb Young Ss Hazolrlgg Tho marshal of Cynthiana arrested in even dozen loafers and loungers around the depot aud public places Bono day last weok aud the mayor gave thorn light sentonces as a starter Suppose the marshal of Mt ling try this once give Judgo Grovos chance at them and soo if it will ing ...

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. — 2 May 1893

Wholesale iGnocers MT STEALING KY M ADVOCATE f t Jnith returned the pafit week Thlpaavillo Goorgia Call on or write to John W Whito Cor cwUlogucs of his horso sale which itakos nlacc May 10th Catalogues for tho Bale of John TV rhlte which comes off May 10 are Iready and will bo mailed on ttoft r ho now Autioch Christian cZWtfclr will bo dedicated on tho second Sun day in May Sorvices conducted by Eldora J B Grcenwadoand B W Mmblo Mr J C Enoch and family came in tKpast week to mako this city their future home Mr Enoch as rill bo seen by his ad elsewhere in this issue is opening out at his Bar- gain Uou8ci bigger than ever In tho Circuit Court last week tho caso of Elijah Nickoson against Mc Cormick Burton for damages sulteB in a hung jury Eleven for uo iamages and ono for a small amount Nickoson had sued for 325250 i m Miss Amanda Steele died on ky tho 29 inst Tho funeral services weroitonducted ou Sunday afternoon by rdor B F Parker Burial in the Stophons Cemetery Miss Steele was th...

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. — 2 May 1893

u t t I n wjwww riff It ijj Wy3q jsj t T THE ADVOCATE Sccrotary Carlislo is daily proving himself to bo tho right nau in tlic right pace Ho has not allowed him self to become anxious r oxclted during tho financial flurry of tho week brought about as he llrmly bo lioyos by a conibiuo of bankers urho aro seeking by a renamed demand for shipment abroad to force ail issue of bonds So firm is tho Secretary in his bolief that this Is true that Ho litoly but positively declined to accept au invitation extended him by New York city bankers to meet them in that town for tho purpose of discuss ing tho gold problem ho also when it was suggested to him that the bankers would come to Washington to discuss tho matter if ho would in vito thorn declined to do so For the United States Treasury to bo run en tirely independent of Wall Strcot mon is something decidoly now and com pliments for Secretary Carlisle aro heard on all sides from llepublicaus as well as from Democrats One gentleman a personal ...

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. — 2 May 1893

5 ADVOCATb i Poultry - - IM I J isno remedy and assistant iy and cheaply obtained so less to tho fowls and bo t in itsTeBults says an exchange ulyuur Itfeoing in tho system of trials to a small degree thero is a atetlafiinity for it than there other wise 11 mild bo It can bo administer ed to trie fowls by having it in a small box so that thoy can holp tfiitcOirna rw 1r mlvJnrr If with thoil fqpd once a week or as often as there are indications of vorinin Penetrat ing as it does to every part of tho systom all parasites aro quickly and 4ifacly destroyed also gapes aro said robo prevented in chickens Fowls it more than most aiiURatheir feathers containing between four and flvo per cent of sulphur Thoir eggs also havo a small quantity which is noticed by tho discoloring of a silver spoon when it comes in contact with ajfcnlod egg Applied externally to tho fowls when on tho nesl to tho nest itself or mixed with tho soil in tho dusting box it is equally effica cious In destroying vermin ...

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. — 2 May 1893

1 v I 11 BpgEfffy r fir L Af lab t I- v If r I - - id r J X 5 miTm rwwm M Postmaster We havo had very much of this the past week Ho has been named and our minds naturally return to our in dividual interests The farmer to his fields to his stock and whatever is uccdod to attain the best results The mechanic reviews neglected duty to self and those depending on his efforts The professional man also looks back ward and laments over lost time but rejoiceB that he has driven a tack -in lavor of party They may want buggy carriago and track harness and as they choose in politics tho principles which yield the best results thoy also select from qualities aud makes of theso goods which are the most dura ble the safest and cheapest If thoy -want saddles for comfort and show or briddlcs dusters sheets or any other articles as a matter of business they look for tho best all things considered It has never been my purpose to fool the trade by giving shoddy for hard earned money Buy the best and y...

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. — 9 May 1893

V 7 t 1 Those who know the undersigned firm nro nc qnajntcd with their lines of goods nnd methods of business and within their circles wo would want no better advertisement of our goods than their candid expressions Wo go further than their limit and to do this vo talk through tho Advocate It would astound tho trade should wo give prices on tho lower grades in GLASSWARE QUEENSWARE and TINWARE They would think It Imposslblo to sell at such prices They aro low and VERY CHEAP but then it must bo remembered that for Iho low prices It is not for tho best goods yet they aro good and woith tho money asked Wo would bo pleased t show our Unrgalnsln Glassware nnigucensvfaroi f LAWN MOWERS It is to tho interest of ovcry one to buy a good machine Vo call attention to tho Grcatmerlcan and New JJcpfottiro Thoy have somo excellent points worthy- of atton tj0I - - J A J 1 J y Ionltiyf scrcennnd wirodobrsTSAlso fenc ing wire in all numbers andgrades - STORES Q rjf il Wo havo always made a specialty ...

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. — 9 May 1893

W mm fc K - j K r if It m w A- toc f P lMfc U Toplo r I 57 r CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR For the Week Beginning Mny 14 Comment by ltjv S II Doyle Tone Winning eovls Proy xi 30 I Cor ix 10 23 i Tho on clement necessary to sonl win ning emphasized in our topical references is wisdom The writer of Proverbs says in xi 80 Ho that winneth souls is wise or perhaps inoro literally Ho that is wiso winneth souls In I Cor ix 10 23 wo have set forth tho wisdom tact and 6kill used by tho great npostlo Paul in eoul winning To the Jew ho became a Jow to tho gentilo as a gentile to thoso without law as ono without law in short all things to all men that ho might savo some This does not mean in a bad sense It does not mean that Paul was a mcro timeserver that ho carelessly pandered to tho weaknesses and peculiarities of nil classes that ho might be popular with all It means that in a true and uoblo censo he put himself in active touch with all classes looked at things from the standpoint of each put himself ...

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. — 9 May 1893

f lx vr -V i fttfMM Itait JUT fear m Etc -- u rc m moM tih to ypuRTiiN hoxtr a day Iculi t INQ TO EARN THKZ lALAlIEg Descriptions of the Throe Unknpyvns Morton Srnltty arid Blssell In Aotlvo Sorvlco -other mens investigations IIo is a very good practical man excellently adaptod to carrying out a-conservative policy and will doubtless bo use ful to tho country at least in tho way of restraining enthusiasm and luck ot balance among his subordinates if not as a creator of origual methods fPlirt Tntio if mnnf nF A moitlf inn i which has been intrusted to Mr Mor ton by Urovor Cloveluud ought to bo tJjio most important of all tho depart- AciUs Agriculture doso more than Miuything else to supply tho national money which Mr Carlislo controls It also supplies milk to the children and bread and meat to the men of tho Republic It makes tho United States independent of the rest of tho world and makes many other coun tries depend upon us Tho two things that havo most noglccted in this world by o...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 9 May 1893

w 1 1 www t 1ft f Mm it w THE ADVOCATE W f ADVOCATE PUBLISHIHG COMPAMY TUESDAY MAY 0 1803 FOB STATE BKKATOK iS We aro authorized to announce Hon J P Gay of Clark county as a can didate for Senator of this district com posed of the counties of Clark Bour bou and Montgomery subject to the action of the Democratic party Col J H IIolloway of Clark county is a candidato for Stato Sonatoirfrom tho district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomery counties sub ject to tho action of tho Democratic party Your voto and influonce ro pectfully solicited - T aZTJI Tho Ninetieth legislative District of Kentucky according to tho bill lately passed by both Houses and which has received tho Governors signature is composed of tho couutios of Montgomery and Monefeo Wo have heard as yet of no one who de sires to servo in tho coming Legisla ture from our district Tho mauagemont ot tho Great Fair now in progress did not think it safe to trifle with tho instructions of the United States Congress and tho o...

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. — 9 May 1893

W I V v Trimebl Bros Wholesale mocers B r i FW j ny lev J N Fresfrldgo has rcslgnod bastorato of tfo Winchester mrch Mrs Waller has liico rooms with hoard lAvene Call at 55 Howard Beginning with noxt Sunday tho Inow timo card will bo in effect on tho 3 O road Tho local freight Ivlsion having been changed from MfanI CdMt Sterling This changi brings to this city about twonty men and their families Tho Montgomery Circuit Court ad journed Saturday after a four weeks session A largo amount of businoss vas dispatched Judge Cooper went o OasitogsvillQ and began tho term of kho Kith county Circuit Court yes terday - W A Hill Qf tho Bourbon Marble RVorks Paris erected a haudsomo zranlto monument in tho Catholic I Cemetery near this city last week lover tho remains of tho late Michael Ujbons Tho monument is of fine lerign and tho workmanship excellent - Tho Bantist church with groat re luctance accented tho resignation of lEov E E Bomar which will take ef fect July 1 Mr Bomar loaves to day to...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 9 May 1893

M - 4 WWW ft rvvi ii i IWJIII tliAilezhmT FaOlffwe img up the street Saturday one Will Jams Iho editor of tho Manchester Critic aBsuHod him with a police mans club inflicting probably talui injuries The provocation is thua In dicated in tho dispatches For several weeks past tho News has con tained uncomplimentary notices of a man and woman in Manchester No names wero mentioned but it was generally supposed thafthoy referred to Williams and his wife To days ibsuo referred to iho woman as a bleached blonde that tho num It is a little singular ber of clubbed newspaper men is not greater than it is Personal jour nalism is pushed to such an extreme nowadays and so much of it is promp ted bypotty malice and a desire to inflict injury in order to gratify in dividual spleen that it is a credit to tho good seuso of tho people that there aro not more cracked crauiums on tho press It is not intended to say that per sonal lournalism is not legitimate Iar from it Personal news when judiciously e...

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. — 9 May 1893

LflT V 4 hv L r Tia ADWCATk 1 mn I A y ftlc PjuItry Brevities Vermin aro tho greatest foes of poultry and a thorough fumigation will dp tho fowl houso good Bo euro y tho fowls arc all shut out until tho smoking ia over and tho houso well ventilated Food box property arranged prev ents losses and allows the feeble birds tflrnf flinti rlun onnnn Tf ofimilrl always bo used where fowis iJccd daily and systematic feeding Tho Poultry World To get rid of vermin give tho Poultry hotied a thorough cleaning out and sweeping Thon apply boil ing hot water to floor walls ccilinjrs i windows nest boxes which should be removable roostingpoles doors etc Thereafter apply a limo wash to each qqarti of which add two hand fuls of flowers ot sulphur and a pint of crude carbolic acid This mixture should bo kept well stirred up while applying it Tho boxes roosting poles etc should bo of smooth planed wood as all rough- unoven surfaces afford hiding njaces for tho vermin Tho limo washing should be r rqpeat...

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. — 9 May 1893

pi p I KWm HORSE AND TRACK - lm M i i i rr irurt ri iii i i 1 1 i i - - l i Blm irpAvuttiWirfnlli o if Postmaster Wo have had vory much of this tho past week Ho has been named and our minds naturally return to our In dividual interests Tho farmer to his fields to his 6tock and whatever is needed to attain the best results Tho mechanic reviews neglected duty to self and those depending on his efforts Tho professional man also looks back ward and laments over lost time but rejoices that he has driven a tack in favor of party They may want buggy carriago and track harness and as thoy choose in politics tho principles which yield tho best results they also select from qualities and makes of these goods which aro tho most dura ble tho safest and cheapest If thoy want saddles for comfort and show or briddles dusters sheets or any other articles as a matter of business they look for the best all things considered It has never been my purpose to fool tho trado by giving shoddy for hard earn...

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. — 16 May 1893

V v S -4 U V i fe4tfS I e VOL III Tho now Cuuardor Campania reached Quconstown at 9 oclock Fri day morning having brokou tho east ward record by making tho voyage from Sandy Hook in five days seven teen hours and forty two minutes Some of tho loading Chicago hotels proposo an enonnous prico for eating and sleeping For three meals and a eights lodging 20 At this rato there would bo only a fow visitors to tho Worlds Fair from this section The friend of John M Rose of Woif county are right after him to become a candidate for tho Democratic nomination for County Judgo Mr Bosois a man of good Judgment and would make a good officer I f Th6 Chicago directory of tho Worlda Fair has decided toppon thQ Fair grounds on Sunday The build ings are to remain closed as directed feyCongrcss This action will go into efltect on next Sunday Mar 21 Half th regular price of admission will bo harged At Warron Mass Wart en G But torworth committed suicide by shoot ing himself iu the mouth His daughter Emma...

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. — 16 May 1893

9 ft r vzs f - 7 i V FnTT v N CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Xoplr JTor tho WMk Beginning Mar 81 Comment by Iter S II Doyle TOrtc Tarrying hear temptation Pror XXlil 30 31 Math xrvi 41 Temperance meet ing suggested Tho temptations that assnil man on every hand aro many and powerful Tho world tho flesh and tho devil in multi- tndiuous forms aro arrayed against him each ono rivaling tho other to lead man astray into evil Not only is this true of ono evil intemperance but of all evils Tho surest way to overcomo theso temp tations is as far as possible to avoid them Hcnco it is well that wo bo warned against tarrying near temptation 1 Tarrying near temptation is forbid den Prow xxiii 81 Look not thou upon the wlno when it is red when it givcth his color in tho cup when it moveth it self aright This is practically a com mand to avoid all temptation to intem perance Wo aro enjoined not to look upon the intoxicating cup If wo do not look upon it we cannot handle it and if wo do not handlo it wo will n...

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. — 16 May 1893

wuchofa talkor but ho raado ono ilpccch to Jeff Davie which Davis thoroughly understood and which probably Bavcd Stonowall Jackson from being shelved or retired to some subordinate command It is in his- lory that Jeff Davis carried into tho executive policy his own little v al grovancos or spltos such as tho valmcat retiring of Joo Johnston and notably the assignment of Maj Gen 5ustaviiBW Smith without doubt ho most accomplished engineer then iviug in the Confederacy to tho coin Sjfaand of tho forces at Richmond l It was after Stonowall Jackson had driven Gen Banks across tho Potomac and was preparing to attack nll and Shields as was his custom to havo a hand in all military affairs eut an order to Jackson which did sriko Jackson as politic and which had it been carried out would un doubtedly havo resulted in tho success of the campaign on tho side of tho Fedoral forcos and possibly tho anni hilation of Jacksons command It -irritated old Stonowall and ho sent h 1 r Davie this laconi...

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. — 16 May 1893

rn lil V ft r - B W3 ntr JKm B - iV YE - THE ADVOCATE dyoate PUBLISHING C01PA1Y TUESDAY JfAY 10 tS93 ADVERTISING RATES w m hoo o w ia i j c g g 88SSS8 SSSHMHIHHi 8888Sg8S8gS31 So 8 iS 3 o - e m M k - 8S8SS88SS8S8 S8SSS8SSSSSS S8SS8888S8SS JSSIS88tfgSS IKSS8888888S8 S uou weni si9u buohjmui oaix BUOH09ni owqx innojc ouq BUO1J0SU ei etmtOR aaatja FOU BTATE SENATOR We aro authorized to aunouuee Hon J P Gay of Glark county as a can didate for Senator of this district com posed of the counties of Clark Bour bon and Montgomery subject to the action of the Democratic party Col J H Holloway of Clark county is a candidate for State Senator from the district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomery counties sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Your vote and influence re THE CATTLE ORDINANCE Tho city Council at its last meeting passed an ordinanco prohibiting the Selling and herding of cattlo and other stock on tho streets of Sit Sterl ing The ordinance is to take effect on and after...

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