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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 6 June 1893

2 - OL III mand for his retirement At Paducah Wednesday morning several buildings were unroofed and about fifty business houses aud dwell ings partly damaged by a storm which tho city at about 11 oclock Two wharf boats were blown out into tho river At Brooklyn 111 three miles below the steamer Dick Clyde was torn to pieces and two towboats and about twenty loaded barges sunk At Smlthland twelve miles above Paducah tho court house and several aurches wore unroofed Aeronaut Purcell Thomas stopped off tho peak of tho Parado Houso roof at Buffalo N Y Tuesday afternoon with an ordinary umbrella for a par chute Below were 20000 people Tho distanco to thq ground was 100 feet Mrs Thomas who was to make tho same jump after her husband stood watching him When ho leaped the brcezo diod out and tho aeronaut turned over Ho dropped like a shot and was picked up unconscious In 10 minutes mor6 ho wag dead He was to get 50 for his performance bhop Isaac W Joyce of tho Moth odiBt church created a gre...

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 June 1893

K rr t 1 1 ft i I v if 1 st mi W f HfT fSffc m CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Topio For the Week Declnnlng Juno 11 Comment by Iter 8 II Doyle Tone Our youwr lives for Christ EccL ill 1 H Tim Ill 15 I Tim Iv 12 No bettor introduction to onr topic could possibly bo made thuu tho quota tion o tho referenco Eccl x 1 Ro moaiher now thy Creator in tho days of thy youth while tho evil days come not dor tho years draw nigh when thou halt say I havo no pleasuro in them These aro very familiar Scriptural words and aro often repeated to the young and form an appropriate introduction to tho topic Our 3 ouiig lives for Christ 1 The young should be instructed in Christian truths II Tim iii 15 In urg ing Timothy to continue in the things -which ho had learned and been assured of namely Christian teachings Paul Teminds him that he had from a child known tho Holy Scriptures This was true for in chapter i 0 wo learn that Lois tho grandmother of Timothy and his mother Eunice had both been Chris tians before him I...

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 June 1893

HE ADVOCATE iTY IHBROBPNTS tie Council Did a Gopd Work hen They Deeded ito Ex tend Sycamore Street Other Streets Will hcj Opened and Mt Sterling Will Have Sufficient Building Lots All tho preliminary stops looking forward to tho oponing of Sycamoro Strcot to Winn Strcot will bo taken at the Council mooting to night this done another cxtontion should bo at tended to Wo refer to tho street so -long talked of to bo opcued from Queen Street between N II Trim- bios and Col Thomas Johnsons crossing Maysvillo Strcot thenco con tinuing westward crossing tho Syca anoro extension Bigstaff addition and thenco with tho samo bearings tothtf city limits at tho East boundry of tho xchango Panic property Queen -Street should also bo extended to tho JIiuk8ton pike The present necessity for tho extension of those streets and oponing up of now building territory in addition to tho present demand for residence property would bo a sav ing to the city Had this boon to twenty years ago oven less time prop...

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 June 1893

-v S ii ILr E p ifc - nv ifc vs if Pf re it i w krfttfisi Jl ITV ote 7 JpjMI 11111 i Kentucky Press AssociationAn ther Annual Failure The Press Association had its nicot ADYOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAMI TUESDAY 4 9 4 M fc SwoSMoaofcee S88S88S88SS8 8SSS5Soe 388S8888888S SSS888888S88 JUNE 0 1893 ADVERTISING RATES KwiW S2SS o o s 52225 S3 c c rpcc 552 SSggggggSS 2ga S a o k - m gggSggSg8S8S S88asa8KS8 888888811111 sssssasKsass 5288Kw0eWWtS l CO iioivtastii oi3uS euojuasai omj suoiyDsni ooaqx euomasni anoj mnoK uO snoao3tti m9a BnoiWDsnj si etijnojc owiu BU0JJWSUI K raat ono FOR STATE SENATOR We arc 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 bon and Montgomery subject to the acliouof the Democratic party Col J II Ilolloway of Clark county Is a candidate for Stato Senator from the district composed of Bourbon Olark and Montgomery counties sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Your vote and influe...

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 June 1893

L - K Miss Jennie Breous pupils will giyo a recital at McKco building Wednes day JuuoYth at 3 oclock Every body invited Jo Smith ono of our clever far mers proposes to entor the race for Jailor of this county aud when tho time is ripe will so announco himself Albort McCluro from near the nClark county lino was tried for luna cy in ho County Court last Wednes day and adjudged insane Ho was sent to tho asylum at Lexington Mlsi Elicaboth Rcid returned on Thursday from Hamilton College 4 Loxington where sho was a member of this years graduating class Slid brought with her a classmate and a most charming young lady in tho per son of Miss Ida Bell of Atlanta Gav who will spend several days with her 1 Hon B Kinsolvlng and wifo are in jk receipt of an invitatiou to tho wed ding of their cousin Miss Mario E Park to Mr Stuart J Thomson at 4 Kansas City Juno 14 Miss Mario us daughter of Mrs Laura Park nee Ragan and has frequently visited V r jr here - 1 Died on last Monday at her home in this ...

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 June 1893

I f k I- i i if IK M tvfr I ft A S cr K M If 1 -fl - v Hfl IBf W f - V 4J THE ADVOCATb Good Looks Good looks aro moro thau skin deep dopending upon a healthy- condition of all tho vital organs If the Hvor bq inactivo you havo a hillous look if your sloulach ho disordered you havo a dyspeptic look and if your kidnoys bo affected you havo a pinched look Sccuro good health and -will havo jjood looks Electric Bittors is tho great alterative and Tonic acts direct ly on these vital organs Cures pimp les blotches boils and gives a good complexion Sold at W S Lloyds drugstore 50 cents per bottle Who Reads an Advertisement how MpQWwQPWwpfflPff yi Any- Tho following item will show tho results of advertising and at tho samo dispel any doubts that one may havo about getting a place to stay in Chi cago during tho Fair Mr E E Halo of Washington Ohio inserted an ad vertisement iu two Chicago papers on Sunday May 21 asking terms of board for himself and wife for a mouth during the Fair On Monday he...

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 June 1893

rV v 1 HE ADVOCATE A pvW Pruning Is always necessary to re- b store tho balance after tho partial loss of tho roots in removing h An old grapo vino docs dot require immure closo to tho stem as tho small roots are farther away For rooting tho best cutting of a t plant is a shoot of now growth mado just bforo it grows woody If your trees are to bo shipped some distance arrango to hayo thorn packed in boxes rather than bales The rhubarb and asparagus plants will bo tho bettcrfor a good covering of coarso manure atthis time i AfiWes salt and lime aio recommon dMiboing very lbenolQlcjalIto Jrces and euro care for thoaphlsr Give trees plenty of room if you would have thorn vigorous and thrifty4 and boar largo well matured fruit Am Hardening clay soil is odforgranp r Spraying should uoftbo dono whilo lulu i i trees aro in bloomj u fc Apples trees will not stand crowd- ing Tho7 are generallyj planted v too closo together Jf ontors who havo tho land for two or threo years should plant small ...

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 June 1893

m v - THE ADVOCATE 4 4 ground Many of them aro now al ready training their horses for the great race If the Chorokeo nation should fail to make a satisfactory adjustment of tho 70 allotments to those entitled to receive them by September 3 in that event there will havo to be additional legislation by Congress which will postpone tho opening of tho strip in definitely Oklahoma Territory as organized by Congress includes all tho Indian Ter ritory except tho five civilized nations Cherokees Seminoles Creeks Choc taws and Chickasaws and a few small tribes in tho Northeastern part of the Territory making tho area of tho Territory 23000000acres less than otic half of which has been opened to ttlemcnt leaving over 12000000 yot obesottlcd In this Territory the Government by treaty stipulation has already secured tho reservations of tho Pawnees Tankawas Kickapoos Kiowas Comanchcs and Wichitas and tho Commissioners are now treat ing with tho Poncas Otoes Missouris Kaws and Osages and their la...

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. — 13 June 1893

fca V i MT FOL III turdlng religious worship y V 1 e s Wheat sold on tho Chicago Board of Trado Thursday atBixty two conts tho lowest point in tho history of tho market there Fire at Midway Ky Thursday Anilit destroyed tho Midway Elevator togothor with 30000 bushols of wheat Tho totul loss is 33000 with an in surance of 19000 Tho bill providing for tho removal ot tho Capitafand its location in Louis- 5 vilio was introduced in tho houso at FrtnkforfcThuMday by Representative Krisger Jt was referred to tho mltteo on Interna Improvement The Eov MT Dawson colored was asaaseinated at DawsonSpringa Ky abeut 2 octock Thursday morning hVdeed IsuppoeedVlo have been Caused bydihrhavlng Bwbrn out-war- KtabBagaiufitTsevoral persons for The Republican Stato Convention at Columbus natea wnr jucivinioyior uuvwiufw acclamation dndindorscd and reaf firmed the platform of principles adopted by tho Itopublican National Convention of 1892 v Tho MissourLHomb Joi Confederate Veterans was dedicated a Higg...

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. — 13 June 1893

y i ff I t DEAnl Ha aftfcr wrichl spcnc than j Btnicl Chori Indh prose Yoti plo bore thol this Itii HghJ exctj this mat vatl cusl cro m op anil sol afl wS acfl i Ail 11 vS jS A m ft SSPfcSSWl CHRISTIAN trNDEAVOH Toplo For tho Week Beginning Jun IB Comment by Iter S II Doyle Tone Missionary nieotlns MaL ill 1 12 In tho latter part of tho Scripture les son chosen to illustrate our topic wo see 4ti 1MJ1 a TnMn1 winWIIflJ T fllA iijt vuu uiuuuuu ui xaiiivi ujumu j v -prophet for corrupting Goda ordinances and sacrilegiously robbing him of his dues with a command to them to mend thoir ways and a promise that if they did God would again deal bountifully with them and richly prosper them This passage is thoreforo particularly ap propriate for a missionary meeting as it -deals with tho subject both from a nega tivo and a positive side It dopicts tho 3vil consequences of an unmissionary spirit and draws an encouraging picture of a missionary spirit 1 An unmissionary spirit and its con sequen...

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. — 13 June 1893

A J THE ADVOCATE tf IDIOTIC Only tho quotation marks of this caption avo tho Courier Journals tho rest belongs to our esteemed Atlanta cotomporary the Constitution The Courjcr Journal can discuss tho Allan ialtuation without dealing in vitu peration Whon wo find that wo can not wo hopo that wo shall bo ablo to recognize tho fact that tho financial situation is not a subject which comes within our province Idiotic is tho title of tho following dclectablo remarks by our Atlanta co tomporary The Courier Journal commenting on somo remarks of a far Western pa per has this to say It has novor dawned upon this lu minary that for tho Government to redeem its coin notes in silver whon gold is demanded would bo to do tho very thing for which it Is now abusing w Secretary Carlisle to discriminate against and debaso tho standard silver dollar In order to understand and appro ciato to tho full extent this idiotic ut terance thoro is no other phraso that will describo it lot tho reader go over it...

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. — 13 June 1893

n Stt W ft- COW OrtrtOOOOP I MMMHtMHIHIHlO jjf888S88 v 0 THE ADVOCATE ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY TUE3DAT JUNE 13 1883 ADVERTISING RATES S253 ft a H 1 88SSg88S8S8 8888aaS58Ug8 eHonaosni 9WU1 88888888888 J t GnHomoociHM muowouo 8888Ka8888S8 w ggsssssassss n Jt 8SSS888S8SS8 u 8888888SS88S A 888888888883 FOlt STATE SENATOR Wo aro authorized to auuounco lion J T Gay of Clark county as a can didate for Sonator of this district com posed of the counties of Clark Bour bon and Montgomery subject to tin action of the Democratic party Col J II Holloway of Clark count is a candidate for State Senator fron the district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomery counties sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Your vote and influence spccfutlly solicited Scnator Quay in the course of ai interview upon the financial fiiluatioi in the country said that Secretary Carlisle ought to refuso to purchasi any more silver and go into tho Su premo Court and attack tho conslitu tionality of tho Sherman...

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. — 13 June 1893

I Tr SEE Bead issue Dr Stockdaloa ST MT THE ADVOCATE Born to tho wifo of D W Chonault Juno Cth a son ad in this Tho Eyo Ear N osc Throat Chronic and Horvous Dieoaso SpecialiBt Dr Stockdalo of Louisvlllo will greot his many patients at tho National Hotel Wednesday Juno 21 Mr WiJUam Maupin and Hiss Psnnie Turley wero married at an jrfarly hour this morniiTg at tho aouco of bridos aunt Hrs Parmolia FiHher Thoy leave on tho O H train for a visit to tho Worlds Fair Misa Anna Doud who has been at Kochi Japan as a missionary for tho past six years has returned to this 1r country and is visiting her BistorHrs Dr W T Slmrall Hiss Doud labor ing under tho auspices of tho South ern Presbyterian church C W Carpenter has moved his stock of goods from Richmond Ky to Winchester and at tho latter point has anenonnous stock C J Glover had tho management at Richmond whoro ho did a big business Hr Carpenter Jte doing a good business at Winches ter whoro ho proposes to continuo ii Itov E E Bomar will p...

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. — 13 June 1893

i m s au iZJLl THE ADVOCffir dsL Lm mvwmm2 j I i Ml I M il 14 t - A FEW SUGGESTIONS if Wise and Otherwise tothoCciurt of Appeals i s Editor of tiii ObseuyeiiV An editorial in your paper a shortMimo V einco in rgard to tho lyuchiiig of a man by an iufuriatcd mob aud the killing of auothor by a brother whoso sister had beou cruelly assaulted by tho mail whom ho slow suggested to mo tho idoa that perhaps to some extent tho higher courts of tho State may bo responsible for these acts We havo two courts iu this State the Courts of Appeals composed of four Judges and tho Superior Court com posed of three who hold tho lives and liberties and tho property of the people in their hands They are the courts of last resorts and they should bo exceedingly particular ore thoy de cide a causo involving tho entire es tate of an individual aud frequently his life I do not believe that our higher courts give that attention to tho cases before them that they should It is a well known iqct that one Judg...

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. — 13 June 1893

0t 80 IASIUY CAUGHT Gowdry Prided Himself on nia Me Srr and It Didnt Go Back on Him t Tl ft J V J - ujjutuvt vuwury whs Known ior 2Sjmund as a master good ope rsaa wag in Bxotit aemtma then lio had crown to be an y Hiiitijixixi -1 xuau huu nau m Turn over some 10 topplin ladder work to the sung man whom ho had taughttho ade Tho thing on -which he Drided Ilmself noatt to his nbilltv to karrv ut as far a Job as any ctffpntor hi ax caounty all thinga boin even an no gingerbread work throwod inp whb ms inomory St aint got no forbearnee he of ten Jfadd wth folks whoso minda ia Bopasuin easy ovorbTirdenod t they cant recTloct any lootle extrya fc hap pen t be givo to om My wife allua said 1 1 was a better hand t do ar rants thn any man shd over como foet I was her third companion aft Tve allua hoard tell t th other two wasnt overn abovo forgitful liphlet had not an onomy in tho Tillage jEvery one Hked him But there wasjobo -young neighbor who nsedto 1rynoir and thon toteaso him a little i...

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. — 13 June 1893

THE ADVOCATE HORSE AND TRACK Martha Wilkes fastest work this eoason was a quartor in 36 seconds Directum 211 is to have a sulky with aluminum wheels Thcro arc over 250 horses in train ing at Independence Iowa A Calfornia co respondent roports that both Direct and Directum worked quarters in C0 seconds last week Qucon Vanco gots ton miles of road jogging ouo day aud six miles of track work the noxt Trinket 214 has foaled another filly by Stamboul 2 07 Sho will be bred to Arlon 2 I0 this year The prices for horses arokeoplngup pretty well considering stringency of tho monoy market and depression in all kinds of business There havo beon issued just fifty iour patents on ball bearing pneumatic tiro sulkies and many more arc no doubt to follow A bit should bo made as pleasant to horso as can be and have him safe Many a race has been lost by a horso being vexed irritated and maddened by an unpleasant bit Itobort Bonner says that when you raise tho heol of a horses foot you do press tho an...

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. — 20 June 1893

- in- V J 9T K V MTV r STERLIrs G rrQ fur -ill J3iSA Vol hi l a i Mi MUfl 3 cO 1 vommmt We ar iv - i vr WIL Tho Stato Medical Association will hold ite next mooting at Sholbyvillo in May pf next yoar Tho official figuros bIiow that dur ing May 1030037 peoplo paid for ad mission to tho Worlds Fair At last Louisvilles charter was re ported in tho Scnato and passed with out opposition KentuckvHAloai8 ready to cut Is affected by rust in some sections Oats and grasses aro reported tinfe Tobacco nearly tot iiSHjJ I J K V v u One man waB killed and five people were woundedin an accident on the ice railway in tho Midway Plaisanco of the Worlds Fair f Oil W H Smith is slated for tho Dis trict Attorneyship of Kentucky JIk Smlhi8 aresidentofMayfiold and a distinguished gontleman M fc Tho Nashvilloavings companyjliavo assignecl The assets aro thought to ho worth aboiit 125000 and the lia bilities 182876 s Tho paid admissions jtb tho Worlds Fair to date uumber 2328759 Heret after only the total ...

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. — 20 June 1893

I fi lyf CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Yopte For the Week Hog Inning June 25 Comment by Rev S H Doyle Tone Praise and consecration tervlce n Chron xxix 2W0 Tho Scriptural passage chosen to illus trate oar topio sots before our minds a beautiful and comprehensive picturo of an ideal praise and consecration serv icoand in bo doing perhaps better than could be done in any other impresses upon us what should bo tho essentinl characteristics of such n service This can bo made evident by considering the circumstances and attendants of the service portrayed 1 The preliminaries of tho service To discover theso wo need only read a few preceding vorBos of this chapter It is woll to noto that it was prepared for It was not a spontaneous outburst of gratitude and joy Tho people had not gone to tho templo without preparation Tho priests wore commanded to sanctify thomselvea and the templo Tho temp had been closed Tho peoplo had been -deprived of their service and it was fit ting that they should prepare th...

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. — 20 June 1893

THE ADVOCATE Ry Donc8 for Younar Mother t Dont neglect tho baby tho little fellow iias tno first right to your at tention Dont do OTory thing for and with him you aro advised to do consider WjU tho advice aim thou rely most upon your own judgomont V Dont neglect to havo tho littlo lows clothing light warm loose aud freo from pins Dont wako thobaby to exhibit tho tints of his oyes to admiring friends sleep is his most unquestionable right Dont spoil tho infant by rocking or walking it to sleep and do not lot any one else do so it will sloop best and most riaturally when lying on a com fortable bed Doiit strain tho babvs eves by al- I Jowing a Btrong light to shino into hx jJUUJIU UBJIUUHUIjr WilUU 11U JUOV iiiuub Dont lay the child down with its cars bent awayyfrom its head tho re sult will bo dotormity Don tnjy to prevent a toothing child from sacking its thumb it helps tho wtti 1 of dentition and if tho habit is ffaxoquircd it can bo broken up by tho -application otsomo uuuiuiu iu ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 20 June 1893

Wm BSl THUS w m v - r3i ITHE ADVOCATE t r ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY f TUESDAY JUKE 21 IS03 bon and Montgomery subjoct to the acliou of the Democratic party Col J G Holloway of Clark county is a candidate for State Senate from the district composed of Bourbon Clark aHd Montgomery counties sub ject to the action of the Democratic pany Your vote and influence- solicited Our Motion Seconded by a Demo cratic Organ The Louisville Times tho party loyalty of which cannot be question ed of June 15th says Everybody who bolieves that the man told of in the foil wing extract de serves to bo elected to the ollteo to which ho aspires will please stand on his head The Mt Sterling Advocate says A candidate has a right to an nounce himself for office when he plcarcs and how ho will We do not B dr Up propose to question his right to do Ibis But wo do question his right when asking for a Democratic nomi nation to announce himself in a Re publican paper when there are two Democratic papers here throu...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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