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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 16 May 1893

fV Ls 7i Trimebl Bros Whouesai e Grocers M jMIPt fc f Wholesale Grpcrs - MT STERLING KY I llji AJL Y J Ua 1 p I Pf this city died at his homo Bethel Bath county is now an in corporated town jr - TiViyHaii AndeiRon is said to havo the finest lot of beef cattle in the county Born on the 6 inst to Frank Mtt and wife a son Charlie Ragau weight 10 pounds Hcarcii Gov Bob Taylor in Tie Piddle and tho Bow at tho Opoia House Juue 15 Jo Turley bought of Will Phelps ISd Clay ad Clay Turner 155 hogs at 0fents avcrago 180 lbs See tho change in ad of Bean Bros of Knighthood ThcJy now insure in stead by tho season 7oel Fesler Co havo sold tho lino model gelding purchased oi J M Big ataff to Danville parties for 050 Tho C O company aro preparing I to put up a largo tobacco shed ou tho aiorth side of their track in this city Miss Elma Woollen a beautiful and attractive young lady of Indianapolis Iud was in tho city yesterday with hel uncle Mr S M Parcell Mr Fred Senieur has purchased of Mrs Belle La...

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 May 1893

W Rf i7 n wmfwwia A t THE ADVOCATE l4MMilllHHWMMVl I The Worlds Fair and American Railways Tho Queen Cresconlltouto widely known asthc road running tho Fin est Trains in tho South is in tho Hold io carry everybody from tho South to tho Worlds Fair at Chicago Ho part of tho Southern country is loft uncarcd for by this great railway audit9 connections Tho Through Oar System is an admirable opposi tion of tho wonderful capabilities of American railroading From New Orleans Through Sleeping Cars run daily moruing and evening carrying its nassongers via Cincinnati or Louis ville as thoy may select From Shrevport Vicksburg and Jackson another Through Sleoping Oar Lino comes to join and become a tart of tho magnificent Vestibuled Through Trains which passing through Birmingham and tho famous Wills Valley of Alabama is joined at Chattanooga by the train from Jack sonville Fla Brunswick and Atlanta v 43a over tho E T V Ga railroad aud proceeds north over the beautiful Cincinnati Southern thro...

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 May 1893

4 t E ADVOGATK PH3w ww Ww - 9 4 t - k - Chemicals and clover aro bring ing adout radical chaugo on tlio poor- rersoilsof Long Island and Now soy Fortiliod farming is very muck hhe fashion just now among progres sive farmeraMn Iho eastern states who aru working Worn soils Clover which is even more roadily 1 winter killed them wheat succeeds u beat on land naturally dr or which Z has beed thoroughly underdraincd One of the regulations of tho r nmbian exhibition consists in requir ing the use oPwldo tiro on the hoavy t team wagons employed r in the t grounds I Is ropoTtocfithat Todd cbtton picking machine which Has boon test- cd near Dallas does its work in a very Bti8factorymannor One hundred and fifty five1 million1 five hundred and sixty three thousand pounds Ts ropoatcofaB the ricb crop of tfio United States thisyear w The Nebraska commissioner of in- 8 wer to Inquiries concerning the cost jpbr acre of makinga crop of corn from overy county in that state Tho averago of all tho figu...

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 May 1893

Ev 1 f v - f a 5 T V W tt - fJK r If Pv v c id N - r PV K Mi THE ADVOCATE Y M 0 A CONFERENCE Tho twenty third annual Confer ence of -General Secretaries of the United States and Canada mot in Louisville last weolc About four hundred Secretaries from all parts of tho country wore in attendance The object of these annual meetings is not tocomo together for a time to see how1 many can bo induced to attend but for social intercourse for tho study of best methods in tho work to learn tho cause falluro and success and tho study of Gods work Tho inspiring words of Dr Broadus John H Elliott on Biblo ptudy wciv alone worth tho trip to tho Conference GROWTH OP THri WOIlK Year by year ouo who atteude tho Conferences and keeps up with the -work is inspired with tho steady and firm growth of tho Association not only at home but in foreign countries The number of Association as far as ascertained to April 1892 is 4651 of this number 1435 are in tho United States Tho growth of the work among railr...

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 May 1893

W R f f i ROIi III K Tho rosolutiou providing for sino dio adjburumont of tho Gonoral Assembly on Juno 15 was adopted by tho Sciiato v Friday Dnrincr tho nast week thoro woro 2jl7 business failures throughout tho United States as agrlnst 169 for tho Vtarao poriod last year Tho revolutionist iu Nicaragua havo formed a Provisional Govornmont and plaeed affairs in control of a Junta comjpojgd of three prominent cltlzons President Sacasa remains in control ot th4 national capital Milling firms at Frankfort Ilendor soa and Hopklnsvillo havoentcrd com plaints against tho Louisvillo and Ifash viiidandNorport News and Missis sippi valley railroads for allogcd dis jrtnination in freight rates in favor of t Kjuistillejshvillo and Evansville millers The con tostsfor Federal fofllco in Texas dlscountanylhing in this lino that Kentucky or evon Indiana can furnish For Collector of tho Fourth Internal Itevouuo district thero arc thirty ilvo applicantsrand tho raco is still open In other districts ...

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 May 1893

vl m m V3 35 wStrinssL f OHRWTIAN EfcDEAYOft W tlwt Week toes lnnlnc am m CwneHt by Kev S II Doyle ta1J1 Cnlbl ical ot character Prov xxxl II Tim 51 15 Tiw Biblo is not only a book of fnith bufc rtlso of prnctico not only a book of doctrines but also of morals and of principles It illustrates ideal ffrc It also describes thoin In our topical references wo have two such do- cviptlons Tbo first is tio description an ideal -wife in which an ideal char acter kt portrayed ho second is con tained in tmila advice to Timothy Study to show thyself approved unto God a workman that needeth not to bo ashamed rightly dividiug tho word of ruth II Tim ii 15 1 Tho truo foundation of character by tho Biblo ideal is in God This truth is contained in both tho descriptions be fore us Tho ideal wifo is described as oaci who feared tho Lord and Paul exhorts Timothy to study to show him self approved unto God Tho highest and noblest ideal of character can never be reached without a firm faith in God and a...

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 May 1893

r V - ujnr 4AOfc ih VI t THE ADVOCATE tV Worlds Fair Just as it js now Up to the present timo tho1 Worlds -Fair has been comparatively a failure and there has been no porcoptlblo in- crease in tho number of cjailj visitors This is partly accounted for from tho fact that tho news had gono out that so much remains to bo finished that V -those whoso timo and money aro an object with them will dolay their com ing until some of tho promisos mado carlvin tho spring that everything complete May 1 aro liable to be fulfilled For many mouths past tho Worlds Fair and particularly tho department of publicity and promotion have had in tho press outside tho city of Chicago loyal frionds who iiavo furnished frco advertising and notices and kind words Sometime sinco tho chief of this de partment sent t6 tho press in general a blank form or application for passes to be filled out and roturned to him in Cxchaugo for said freo advertising when tho returns camo in these blauks were not filled out accor...

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 May 1893

H very vou r s sssasstuitsit in V 1 j v fcV THE ADVOCATL ADVOCATE PUBL1SHIRG COMPAMY TUESDAY MAY8U9X ADVERTISING RATES S 20 9BBDB303 g2SS8 CD ttr 0 Ju on c s a - w 8838gS8SgSS5 88S53SSSSKB MmIj m a auiTftmHieiJiH ewi miwd H Ill II I I r frarErf3e4 itijiacaitj S2iKS5iJiMj S3SS3S3JSJti SSStUSttttfo H -HIP Bw4oiiawcti wim usniuiita vc4 avaji am KOJU STATE SBNAaWHi Woaraaulllorjfcod to announce Hon XPtGajyofi Clark county as x can didatofbRSlinatoRofjthis district com poaciilofitllQoountius of Clark Bour bouanrtl Montgomery subject to th actfomoPtJiODemocnitic party COL Jl H Hollo way of Clark count is x candidate for State Senator from the district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomery counties sub ject to tfie action of the Democratic party Your vote and influence re specfuflly solicited STAND BY THE PLATFORM There is one section of the Republi can League resolutions which the Sentinel heartily endorses We rcfei to the demand that the Democratic party shall give the people a fair t...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 23 May 1893

fc I r la I 3 TT tii yMiwtfw TlllMEIL BROS WHOLESAl E GROCERS Thursday appointed 1 4Fhe President on pointed D C Lisle Postmaster at 4 Winchester VicoK J Hampton aaved 1 T rA Vnr rminml flpslfii8 and weuuing ecorationB Kricger Co cannot bo v excelled Patronize a homo instuuuoii I When you can got tho nicest goods at ity prices hfi V Col Z T Young has remodeled He Tas Grecuo residenco proporty Jhchho purchased a few montiis and ho now has ono of tho hjAomcst pieces ot property in tho city lie movcu in wu u ij f i At tho sale of Jno W Whites horscR lfiffuesday forty eovou head soiu 101 jt 4UooDU an average 01 vona bay marc by Aberdeen sold for 00 Tho bottom is surely preuj early reached in tho trotting horso business Clayton Howell had a filly colt foaled Saturday which on tho dams side embraces tho blood of Old Ned fiifJteMO Popper Alma Mater and Old JjosAp sire grandson of Georgo Wilkes and its dam ia a grauuuaugu ier of Georgo Wilkes A Tho ladies of the C W B M and tho Missionary 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. — 23 May 1893

if r ran J3P m e k WH V 4 JWwNfciiWBass imara - s a J 4V U THE ADVOCATE ROUSED THE IOWA VOTDRS How Congressman Allen Surprised a Democratic Politician In 1884 J J IHolnrdBon tho member of the temocratid National Commitco from Iowa is at thuEbhitt eays the Wash ington News M Richardson is a power in Iowa polities and was in a maimer largely responsibly for Gov Bales triumphant election Ho has served outho National Commiteo since Si and in the recent campaign was one of the most indofatigable workers about tho headquarters on Fifth avenue Mr Richardson is a native of Vermont went to Iowa in his caily manhood lie resides at Davonport where ho edits tho loading daily paper of his adopted Stato In speaking of some of the prominent IDomocratic orators in tho last cam paign Jlr Richardson told a good story on Representative Allen of Mississippi According to the story Congressman V C P Breckinridge had been an nounced to speak in a small hamlet in itho interior of Iowa and being unable to i...

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 May 1893

E ADVOCATE- ek will do bettor if treated lly The way to breed up is to uso tho hjktroughbrcd sire v at It whonovor thoy want it In summor 60 degrees is about the rlglM temporaturo at which to churn f Thoro is no oxcuso for any farmer toot raising poultry for homo uso -- - - i nature provmos inn nonoy mo uces ffftiher and Rtoi o it and man usos it fc 31ucKH neeo ury ciean iiuuriura ui night or thoy got iamo with rheuma tism 4 Onions properly managed will pro- l dnco 1000 or 2000 WttBtolst per iorts Everything in good cropping do pfkon gijh2JJUcrppa vigprous tar j fu nuikniiuaiiQ muuuu UMlW KIVH Ktttd plow undoFto increase tlio m a viy oi tno son It is said that tho Dakota farmers hliavo morofaHpl6wcd land for spring crona than ivvas over soon there boforo i fhen ftliQ full value of sweot food J for pigs is appreciated more caro will bo given to tho swill barrel Tho cream when taken from tho milk should be put in a cool place till ioady to churn K JjfWestorn dairyman says thero is muc...

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. — 23 May 1893

s i WKt rt tr J fcf i real tll 01 na lol tia tbl G W n i l - ie BK rn fl Knl M 5 fj J Lais swwr itwiir m a An exchange truthfully remarks that ono argument in favor of the pacer is that it costs less to develop him than it does his brother trotter This every horseman knows to be the case and it does not take nearly the skill to get a pacer to going fast that it does a trotter If pure gaited they come to their speed very easily and all that remains to ho done is to con dition them to go the route jv Maud S is taking her regular S cise it is Baid hooked to the same X sulky in which she hroko the worlds record The sulky however has heen fitted with pneumatic tire wheels If this old marc succeeds in making a creditable showing on tho turf this season there will undoubtedly ho a good many of tho old time trotters resurrected and brought out on the turfini891 Orrin Ilickoks string which he Will bring East from San Francisco i6 a remarkably strong one Among others it will consist of Azote ...

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 May 1893

h tl b I V MT VOL III t 4 A bill enabling women to voto in municipal elections has boon passed by the Michigan Legislature and will becomo a law William E Quimby editor of tho Detroit Freo Press has been appoint- V ed United States Minister to tho Neth erlands Ex Socretary of tho United States Treasury Hon Charles Foster of Ohio has made an assignment Lia bilities 500000 Tho Princess Eolallo loft Washing- ton Friday for now 5Tork whore Bho was received with much ceremony Mayor Gllroy formally welcoming her to tho city The scono in tho Kentucky fWt ture between Representative Botts of Shelby county and Representative Kromor of Louisville demonstrates moro forcibly than ovor that tho timo has como for that body to adjourn - n Tho deeds of tho Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations for certain lands i in Oklahoma which wero rejected by President Harrison havo been ap proved by President Cleveland The money 2991450 will now tie paid In Indianapolis Annie Wagner who lived in tho house of Charles ...

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 May 1893

mm M J W Vi i P IV Ik W ft jf w m Eivt 2c n A mjjl8Ta V VRV 7s3P8SPh3 ffmflHlWHfciiiiiii f r - t CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR TopU For the IVoek Boglnnlnp Juno 4 Comment by Her S H Boyle Tovic Vow and pay Eccl v i Col Ill 23 24 A vow ia a solemn promise mndo to God usually under peculiar circum etaiNjea to perform a certain duty or to refrain from something Vows woro very common in the old dispensation and laws wero formulated to regulato them Tho laws did not introduce tho 4 -vow but simply curtailed the practice of it Three kinds of vows are men tioned in tho Old Testament vows of devotion of nbstinenco and of destruc tion Our topic doals with vows both to 3od and to man and emphasizes ono feature in both cases and that is tho payment of vows when onco made 7 Vows to God Eccl v 4 When thou vowest a vow unto God defer not to pay it Tho custom of making par ticular vows to God is a very ancient one The earliest of such tows is that -of Jacob at Bethel It is only naturul that in times of pecul...

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 May 1893

ir M w v J THE ADVOCATE WORLDS FAIR Exhibits are Being Placed and it Van Dannminff WnnrllVr ft UJliHuiwuU6 w - M The Devil Wins And tho Worlds Fair Will be Open on Sundays Last week was ono given over to dedicatory exercises and still thoros more to follow Tho memorial art palace situated oil Michigan avenue foot of Adams was first and aftor its formal sprink ling tho worlds congress of represen tative women planted their banners therein Prom the attendance of many women both representative and otherwise it is safo to say if numbers count for anything their congress waB a success Tho different sessions were addressed by delegates from many lauds prominont in their several de partments of womans work The buildings of tho State of Min nesota and tho far off country of Nor way wero both dedicated tho 11th of May Gov Kuuto Nelson of Minne J eota took no part in tho sprinkling with champagne of Minnesotas homo but was conspicuous in tho exercises connected with tho opening of tho Hbrscmc...

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 May 1893

THE ADVOCATE 88g8gS8SgSg3 Scoetntwi M jsssmss 888S8888888 igssstsasKsass ssese igssssKsssBss 2wo5ooKoooo w 5S8838S38SS8 588883888888 88888888883 01 a M ADYOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY TUESDAY MAY 3Q 1803 DVERTISING RATES IW1 iJiS b o o o o 2228 HS88SSS uoiviiwui oiHujp euoiirarci oiia saoiuwai vwqj tnuoR u0 smnon ol Buojuasui si eiijaoH owqa BU0IW39UI 05 Buopsosni sj a8i one FOH STATE SENATOIt Wo are authorized to announce Hon r T Gay of Clark county as a can- llidato for Senator of this district com- josedof the counties of Clark jon and Montgomery subject to the iction of the Democratic party Col J H Holloway of Clark count Is a candidate for State Senator from bio district composed of Bourbon 31ark and Montgomery counties sub- ect to the action of the Democratic mrty Your voto and influence re- apecfutlly solicited Our Cabe This looks like the Hon C It Jrooks will get a good slice of Nation- Ed pie A special from Washington to the Courier Journal of the 26 says When ltepresentativo 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. — 30 May 1893

Tfumel Bros Wjtf olesai e Grocers RIMBLE Wholesale THE ADVOCATE Bom on tho 27th lost to E E Bo- mar and wife a daughter V Bush Hart died on Friday evening His remains -wore interred in tho Paris comotery i - Jeff Rico and wife of Bath are Visiting J S Wyatt Jr and other 0 frionds in tho county tt Do not forget Boh Taylor in the Fiddlo and tho Bow at tho Opera Houso Thursday evening Harrison Crouch a Confederate veteran of Owingsvillo was found dead in bed on last Thursday morn- John C Wood has rented his fathers residence comer 01 yueon uuu xaigu etreolB and -will take possession 1st July W Phelps Tyler aon of M S Tylor who has been in Ocala Florida for ight months for his health returned homo last Saturday greatly improved Gov Bob Taylor in his inimitable impersonation is unsurpassable Hear his Thursday night at tho Opera House Thoso who have listened to Gov Bob Taylor onco want to hear him again Rcmcmbor ho will bo at tho ra Houso Thursday ovening The J n McBrayor Distilling Co ra...

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 May 1893

1 THE ADVOCATE A CURIOUS FACTS Thero aro estimated to bo 7000000 Hobrows in the world about 5000 000 of whom live in Russia Some oxtousivo experiments have rccoutly been mado in connection with the Gorman Army tho object of which has been to provide continuous elec trical illumination at night from bal loon A very largo owl was found recent ly by Andrew Webber of York Cor ner Me in his goose house Tho owl had forced an intranco by breaking a pauo of glass and hud mado a hearty breakfast on a fat goose In the good old times when oil was used in lighthouses a GOOO candlo power lamp was considered iminonso Tho latest electric lighthouse built in Prance IIovo at Havre will have the power of 2500000 caudles Last July Marvel Ilolbcrt of Mt Vernon Texas dug a well to the depth of 59 feet without striking water A few days ago when he uueovcred the well steam rushed out On exami nation it was found that a vein of hot water about six inches in diamoter had burst in through tho bottom and stan...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 30 May 1893

tr rf i X i V f fj V - c t v k tj THE ADVOCATb The Magnetic Pols No ono known and thoroforo no ono can explain tho precise reason why a magnotizcd uecdlo dooa point to that mysterious spot on the coast of Boot hia Felix and stranbo as it may scorn tbore was iu 1831 no visiblo traco of anything by which that spot could be recognized not oven so much as a small hillock In tho Jmmcdlato neigh borhood and tho only means of prov ing that tho magnetic polo had boon reached was by tho total Inactivity of the compass at that spot coupled with tho almost vertical position of the dipping nocdlo says a writer in tho Cornhill Magazine for April On this most Interesting point tho very words of Sir James Ross himself ehall bo glvon Tho amount of dip as indicated by my dipping needle was 89 dogreos 59 minutes being thus within ono minute of tho vortical while tho proximity at least of this pole is not its actual existence whore wo stood was furthor confirmed by tho action or rather by tho the tota...

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 May 1893

Fsr Tzm yafleyKBBtffmJiilamwwl i I i 1 V A 1 up 1 IS IS J THE ADVOCATE Foster and Coa Vuuking House F0sjorJa Ohio has mado an assign ment for tho bonclit of its creditors A van was made on the Mechanics Sav ings Bank of tho eamo place but it yoro allo to meet ovor domand HORSE AND TRACK M Salisbury says that he cleared 60000 in his campaign last year On April 28 Martha Wilkes wear ing an oight pouna harness weighed 1110 pounds Instant 2 lfch who sold for 4200 at the Cleveland sale will ho placed in Copo Stinsons stable The Wilkes Boy filly Nellie A promises to bo a very f6t Sho trotted a quarter in 35 seconds last week Moquotto 2 10 and Sillicon 2 2 15 were both trained on a half milo track last year Edgemark 2 1G who has been in tho stud since ho mado his record will bo campaigned this season According to reports the Canadian stallion Geneva 2 14 is faster than ver this year John Splau will tako another con signment of trotters to Europo noxt fall Ho has an order for a four-in-hand...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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