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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 20 June 1893

Trimebl Bros Wholesai e Grocers THE ADVOCATb John C Wood has Bold his houeo nd lot on Queen street to W T Jltzpatrlck for 1850 T In A linn MPnrmJplf ft till wlfn Kf 1 ioi om Thla In Pnfnr r vu luu LOIu uoj - - - Ijp Grconwados first grandson and they say ho smiled and grained until his anouth split to his ears Senator J C S Blackburn and wifo aro in Washington D C Tlioy passed through horo for that place dst week Thoy will remain thoro Ta nly a fow days Tho property on Winn street known as tho John H Mason property con taining 7 acres was sold by tho Ex change Bank of Kentucky to J W Chenault last weok for 5000 cash Cattle sales will not bo allowed to 10 made on tho streets in tho future Hut pons will bo provided and our who bring their cattlo to this market will faro bettor than thoy have an tho paBt Como on with your stock r t v Col Bennett H Young is amomber 41 tho law firm of Young Trabue Louisville and tho father of Lawrence Young who has been admitted into tho firm and will so...

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. — 20 June 1893

1 ill f i Hi s UP ift Wins itWf 1 rSfSt iv El a fr r fT m r I fr gTHE ADVOCATE FIVE YEARS OLD Have you Beonjiiy baby fair Anywhere Golden curls and sweet blue eyes Cupid laughing in dUgulsor But yoster eto I crooned to him my flrt Iiow lullaby II avo ybu eccn by baby boy f Theres his toy As he dropped In his play Dancing off another w ay As bird or flower or butterfly Led him to stray Say you ho wil yet return Not again The bud must to the flower unfold Amid times changes manifold To day my boy a babo but yesterday Jgflo cars old Yet I know that Gods dear will To fulfil Uabv must become a man Learn the woildsJoyand its pain Learn its losses and its gain And chooso between Urmc enough to right the wrong True and strong Pay by dny my lwy must grow Since best love know eth It is better so I cannot wish him longer to remain A baby boy Good Housekeeping Durable Low Priced carpet Where houcet worth and wearing qualities aro considered the ingrain carpet is the very best carpet at a low pr...

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. — 20 June 1893

ft f -V I 41 K h i i SI i a r THE ADVOCATE 2k UK EWORLDS fair special I R AVV POIHTS OF ETTEKEST The Great Exhibit Growing Maj Handy ho of tho luxuriant Bido whiskors has in a moasuro ac knowledged his obligations to tho pross outside of Chicago asovidonco by tho fact that tho Illinois press association who aro visiting tho fair this week have at last been provided with tho necessaary passports during their stay Perhaps its hotter lato than never but it would have boon bettor if tho department of which ho 1b tho head had never hcradof him Tho attendance last weok was largo that is compared with previous wooks hls is accounted for by the al most porfectweathor andtho presence on Thursday of the PrinccsB 4 What crowds however would attond if the Tailroads would reduco their rates and tho Worlds Fair manage ment stop their quarreling and seo to it that tho positionandair ite ap purtenances was finished at once I Herr Krupp exposed to view enough armament to storm tho city of Chicago an...

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. — 20 June 1893

w It 6 p fWr THE ADVOCATE HORSE JAND TRACK Arion will shortly bo Bonl to tho Mcadvillo track to bo trained by Mar vin Twenty two trotters and no pacors woro added to tho standard perform ing list in May Flying Jib is in racing fprm and eoino time ago paced a milo in 2 12J Over seventy trotters have entered tho 2 30 list so far this scoson Mascot Hal Pointer Johnson Guy and Manager aro booked for tho free-for-all pace at Buffalo Elista 2 20J has foaled a bay filly by Arion 210 Hopples aro a great thing to correct and improve a horses gait but the driver of the horso wearing them should carry a heavy life insurance Yearlings and two-year-olds can hardly be depended upon in their rces as they aro frequently beaten in ten seconds slower timo than thoy have shown in their trials Tho pacer Blue Sign 208 is in excellent form and is said to bo much faster than his record Saladin lowered tho record for half milo track at the pace at Wilmington Del last week to 2 09 Tho gray mare Abbio V 21G ...

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. — 27 June 1893

1 w J V K 4 his x i y MT Apparently Mayor Cartor Harrison isnt wcariric hia plug hat in honor of his distinguished kindsman tho ox president Tho report that Mrs Clovcland will visit Chicago without publicity is a rathor sovoro reflection on Chicago journalism Wo rather think she will get found out Tuesday Eddio Slmcox aged 10 years whilo playing near a pool at Peppers dis tillery Lexington fell in was drowned He was tho son of Benjamin Slmcox a mechanic of that city There is considerables comment jV being inado jjoV private Secretary xaurDor 8 oopcuruy out peopiu wuu have had occasion to avail themselves of his services at tho Whlto House are not complaining of any lack of qivilty or attofition PrivatoSccrotary Thur ber appears toboa man who onjoyB attondingto his own business with out a brais band accompaniment Another litigation is in process in Now York whoro a woman is suing another for sorviccs porformed re moving th6wrinklcswfronnho defend ants face The latter was ovor fifty W...

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. — 27 June 1893

n m r j j J iv f Kf x Ik 1 1 r a i a P iX w hH 11 I i i Christ for tho world we slnci CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Topic For the Week Beginning July v- V - - v 4- V Tho world to Christ wo brtas With Joyful song The newborn souls whoso days a Reclaimed from errors ways Sit Inspired with hope and praise To Christ belong ChHstlaa at Wh1 m s Comment by Rer II Doyle - Toria Ooda call to us II Tim i 0 18 Acta Gods call to us as illustrated by our topical references is twofold It is first a personal call to us to accept tho bene fit of salvation through Christ and sec ondly a call to spread tho gospel among all men The first of these calls is set forth by Paul to Timothy in II Tim i 9 18 Tho second is illustrated by tho viBiouin which Paul himself was divine ly called to carry tho gospel of Christ from Asia to Europe 1 Tho call to partako in tho kingdom of God II Tim i 0 18 In tho ninth verso of this passago Paul speaks of God as having saved us nnd called us with a holy calling Tho Greek word hero ...

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. — 27 June 1893

liE ADVOCATE Reople who amoktirtpimt Prof treasure will turn oJt4 pipe rith added zt on learning Jhat if kay lie regarded as a jasdiottifjl duty r Tasainary Mjh conducted ru tloK Into the effects of tobacco so and microfioa Ehe Hosrpltal Iscribcd his results thus 1 That amoko of tho Cavour Virginia Mid Tuscan cigars and all black and r chopped tabacco posesscs a very pro nounced bactericide power especially against tho bacillus of Asiatic cholera 3 This microbicido action may in all probability bo attributed to tho pro ducts of nicotine 3 Iu epidemics of colora and typhus tho ubo of tobacco tnav bo rather usoful than hutful 4 Tobacco smoke morits special tion on the Uygiono of tho mouth as a prophplactio moans of combating microblan affections of tho buccal fjiavity Merit Wins Wo desire to Bay to our citizons that for years wo have been soiling Dr KiugH Now Discovery for Consump tion Dr Kings Now Life Pillss Buck jlons Arnica Balve and Electric Bit 4mb and have never handled that se...

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. — 27 June 1893

1 i c - t MH k 4 hi r i K H mMW fttf ME ADVOCATE TP T ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COfflPAMY TUESDA2V JUNE 27 1893 ADrVERTISIN GRATES CO IX lVJ 00 O CI M 10 S 8 S 5 BBBBBOB P gBsBPBffBBCra S a B s aB a a s 2 E5 SJ SSSSgaS58MS8 3S8888888S8S 88S8SSSK8SJSS SSSS3S3gSS 888888888SS8 888SSSS888SS 888888888888 ltMttiHtltMa K CO Q M uoiiobui 0l8U suoivtosrai oAj Baoujosni ooiqj snon iasni m3ia suopjosuj si smuoK owHJ JU0J5 qui FOB STATE SENATOR Wo arc authorized to announce Hon J 1 Way ot Ularic county as a can- didato for Senator of this district com posed of the counties of Clark Bour bon aud Montgomery subject to tin action of the Domocratic party Col J G Hollo way of Clark county is a candidate for State Senate from the district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomery counties sub ject to tho action of the Democratic party Your voto and influence re spectfully solicited FOT JAILEH Wo are authorized to announce Joe C Turloy as candidate for Jailer ot Montgomery county subject to tin action of tho...

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. — 27 June 1893

The track attho Fair grounds is fitting Jn flno shapo and will bo faat Vy July 4 Half ratosduring tho Fair on tho G O R R Como to tho meeting and you will boo ilno show and fast trots Prof Moffott and Z T Moffott or Sharpsburg visited relatives horo last week Somo of the best horsos in tho State will bo at our meeting beginning July 4 andwfast time will bo made yM W Neali of tho Farmors Homo Journal one of tho best papore pub lished was in tho city last week on business in regard to his paper W B OConnoll will be a candidate for County Clerk at tno next election Ho will announce in Democratic papers at tho proper time j - vt Tho Secretary and ofllcors of our Fair arc very much pleased with tho largo list of entries to tho stakes and purses John G Vinn has rented tho resi dent proporty of Rev E E Bomar corner of High and Sycamore streotB and will tako possession July 15 City Engineer M J Goodwin Has Jyen tho city a job that will not ttavo to bo repaired lor many years It is tho cover...

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. — 27 June 1893

i1 bH P i IW A SW THE ADVOCATE WORLDS FAIR Spoolal In tho mining building Kentuckys space has an artistic facade of black diamonds capped with Bowling Green stone j Tho Kentucky building is a rppro duction of Ashlaud tho homo of Henry Clay whoso statue tho proper ty of Louisville stands in full view from either entrance A portrait of Jlr Henry Wattorsou engaged in writing occupies a promiuont placo in tho building In tho gontlomans parlor is a handsomo piano niado of wood which grow on tho farm on which Mr Lincoln was born In tho Utah building is a mummy taken from tho tombs of tho Cliff Dwellers now an extinct race who in prehistoric times occupied tho high plateaus of Southom Utah There- is ajir of corn also taken from tho satno placo Tho corn is in a perfect state of preservation It is some what yellowed from ago or other cause but shows no signs of decay Joseph Grimes of Maysvillo Ky is au attraction in ono of tho side shows He receives 30 a weokfor exhibiting himself as tho fat...

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. — 27 June 1893

T T Hf Hfi AfiYteTE MRS A M BARNES Dies After a Long IHness Sketo of the Deceased Mrs Elizabeth Howard Barnes wid owof the late Alexander M Barnes lied at 9 oclock Juno 21 alter a lin gering lllnoBB brought on by a fall re ceived eorno four months ago The funeral toolrplace from tho res idence on East Fourth strcot on Juno 22 at 4 oclock p xn Elder John Shackelford conducting tho services Thqpallbearova woroMossrsVYlNtani R Fleming William 8 Barnes Thos 0 Barnes T B Wood and 8 T Swift Philip Winn of Win chester and-Hi-R French and Squire Turner of Mt Sterling and H C Howard of Parisvsg Intcrmentuin tho Tficxington cemetery A SKETcSOFrrUE DrOXA8ED Mrs EUzablitlHowfirdBarncs -was born in Sterling on Juno 15 1815 She was married to Mr Albert G Thomas of Mt Sterling in 1835 One daughter Emily remarkable for her i beauty and accomplishmont became T the wifooflir Johns of Philadelphia who died years Blnco After tho death of Mr Thomas the deceased remained 8 wiclow for several years and 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. — 27 June 1893

rf y A mpmmtfy - ISeF THE ADVOCATE M M S T- HOT SPRINGS Benefits Rocolved Within an Hours Ride Owing to tlio expense and inconvon icuco of a trip to the Hot Springs of Arkansas and realizing tho groat ben efit derived from this water in tho treatment of rheumatism affection disease of the skin blood c Dr Caldwell of Lexington has mado ar rangements to give his patients tho advantage of this water by having it brought to Lexington in largo quanti ties Tho water is then reduced to a vapor and in this manner is applied to tho patient thus producing same effect in eliminating poisonons mattor from tho system by arousing the sweat glauds as is tho courso pursued at tho Hot Springs Wo find many persons whoso stomachs aro ruined and appetite destroyed by being dosed on nauscouB and powerful medicines through tho mouth By this yapor bath process medicine is simply ap plied to tho Burfaco of tho body and in this way reaches the blood and is again returned to the surfaco with impurities throu...

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. — 4 July 1893

4- A llVfTP II wkf HI IH r OL III j Dar Smith is out again aftor as so vcro sickness He reports that he has four caseB of ecarlot fever among the children at his house The Illinois SteclvCompony cago hascontractcd with a number of coal companies operating in the West Virginia coal field for their en tiro output during tho six mouths commencing with July 1 The con tract is regarded as quite a victory for tho West Virginia coke over tho Con nollsvillo companies X Charleston ti i is not to navo a States dispensary for tho sale of liquors undor the newlaw -which wont into ef fect July lj and tho pcopJo there haVo consequently been busy within tho past few weeks preparing for tho now ordor of things Hundreds of homes havo latd in six months supply tho general impression being that tho law will not last longor than that Tho communication from President W H JJulanoy of tho Kentucky Words Fair Commission in responso to a request from tho Legislature J shows thafonfy 5266430 af tho 100 00o a...

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. — 4 July 1893

ay j T y fcV M Voplo Cri nisi i iim i i tIQ0VtorWttiS1 CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR For the Week Beginning July Comment by Rot S II Doyle Tone How to meet trouble Act xvlCS 23 ncorvU3 7 Man is born to troublo as tho sparks fly upward This is tho testimony of tho Wise man It is also tho experience 5f every eon of man No social position no class of society no amount of wealth no family inheritances will exempt any ono from troublo Tho poet has truth fully eaid Into every Ufa eomo rain mast fall And eomo days bo dark and dreary Since troublo is so universal it is only natural that wo should seek some way of meeting it Sinco it must como to all what moro reasonable than that all Bhonld bo interested in tho query How may wo meet trouble Ho best answers this question who finds his answer in tho word of God 1 Wo should meet troublo by looking on tho bright eido of it Acta xvi 28 25 Paul and Silas aroin serious trouble They have been arrosted scourged and imprisoned Surely this ia trouble in deed But...

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. — 4 July 1893

pflo STUDYING HUMANITY tiMd u mu bmi rnuMt Very little respectla shown tho poriy dressed Btrupger In Njew York tliat respect however New York t widely different from other ities of the world Tho greater crowa me greater ino rusn ana greater the rush tho Ices time wo ve to inquire into tho condition of fellow man Wo aro more like- to take him as ho appears i to be a man bo well dressed and clean d bears upon his exterior the man- f naif tP a rMnf lnmAn 11 iIIa n11 him a gentleman and let him go at that If ho looks liko a loafer or liko a loafer we set him down as oafer In either case wo mav bo mistaken but it -goes Wo havent amo to investigate closely If wd liad lifo is so awfully short wo would probably devote tho time to something more congenial im itnowing tms 1 always ioei on un- 1 h txny fellow creatures in front of tho William street surgeons supplies whidow There is always about tho s lno number of people there men 4Mid boys very seldom persona of tho joppoBito Business men cl...

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. — 4 July 1893

Sr fi wti Mr s 6M Er tr 4DY0CATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY t TUKSDAY JULY 4 18 A D ty E R T S IN G R A TE S SS O O O o o o o g 1 H e rDiJcrwccr IBS i a a 288828 888SgSS88g8a 888SaMSSMS8 888S8S888S8K 1 M ti O CO Ci CT W t3 sssssksssbss SSSSSS8SSS88 ssssssssssss o o S owmSKooom SSS8S88S8883 uopaasui oiSajp BUOIJlMnjOAlX enoiutmii ooaqi buoijjosuj anoj trjuoft ouq 8aoJ08iii jq9a Bqjuore oX EUO1JD6UI St FOR STATE SENATOK Wo are authorized to aunounco Hon J P Gay of Clark county as a can- didato for Senator of this district com posed of the counties of Clark Bour bon aiid Montgomery subject to the actibiuof tliOfDemocratlc party Col J G Hollo way of Clark cou n is a candidate for State Senate from tho district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomery counties sub ject to the action of tho Democratic party Your vote and inilueiico re spectfully solicited COUNT y ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements for county oflicos 5 each to accompany the order Com munications in the interest ot candid ate 10 cents per...

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. — 4 July 1893

t iK 5 bCK 1 to f rimebl Eros Wholesai e GHocers HtWWW 1 RIMBLE Wholesale MT THE ADVOCATE HM I e FAIR BEGINS STO DAY Tho next session of Mrs Harris ool wUl open Monday Sep 4 Born on the 29 ultimo on Spencer o Jack Gibson and wife a daughter Born to Paul Bomar and wife of Versailles on tho 29th ultimo a son Mrs A T Wood has taken rooms r withhorson James II Wood on High street Teachers desiring certificates will bo -examined on Friday July 7 ers lustituto July 24 vrrcenwauu x aunuu uvu uiuwu l Ijlpto their now storo room at Speucer got a big stocK oi general moicmiuuiso ud are doing a good business II tTho management request those de siring to atteud tho hop to be given by tho Montgomery Ball Club to apply sfor tickets to It A Chiles or V It ivbilte fc4 Col A T Wood left for Louisville Iris future homo Monday His wife will join him in the tall and iris sou Henry will join him next week Fa ther aud son wilPofllco amVpractico iaviiogethor ltey E E Roma was expected thomc last Saturday ...

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. — 4 July 1893

rM t ftt b 1 I- c Ml f hT Kt r v M w 7 SS tj Au M i i TJ - A V - PH THE ADVOCATE Two innovations in church economy aro reported A Philadelphia church Sias placed an elevator in its building iu order that worshippors may reach tho audienco room with tho caso and onvonionco accorded them in the walks of secular life At Fostoria Ohio a church has adopted individ ual communion cups Tho use of a common cup is thought to bo a means of transmitting disease and tho church has purchased dOO littlo wiuo glasses that each communicant may sip from his own cup and none other Civili zation is marching at the doublo quick and ccclcsiasticism must bo in Hue Cincinnati Post Grape fruit is almost as good as quinine for malarial troubles and pine apple as si ro curejfor soro throatTo snatocs aro perfect liver regulators they contain a very small portion of tnorcury Oranges acton tho kidneys very beneficially While lemons and grapes aro efficacious in curing aud preventing caucorous troubles Watei cres...

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. — 4 July 1893

K a -- i i v J ITHE ADVOCATb ktetanco to law will not mako tho Ibottor Man will bo bad until rmakos hlmsolf good Ho will bo arant until ho enlightens himself In tho Powell Circuit Court James iall was acqulted of tho cnmo charged complicity in tho murder of lohn V Roso thrco years ago IxAristidos thowinnorof first fujBky Derby and famous altcrwaru rfor his dofeat of tho mighty Ton Brocck died in St Louis last week aged twenty ono years jjN Tho old portulacca is just tho thing Ibr kdry sunny rock work whore out llttlo olso will grow Sow tho seed broadcast when tho ground gets dry and tho weather warm Tho plants soon grovf and they bloom all summer long f m J cvorv Bufforer from catarrh no mrter how bad orJfow Jongjtand r ing tho prorTBTors of tarrh Remedy sftythis lwocaujt cure it permanently -we - Will pry y6r5001n cash Sold by all druggists j Tho Legislature not being--in M8ionIt is expected that oy Mark ham the Republican Executive of California Vill appJoiW aHopubllcan to servo a...

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. — 4 July 1893

Ms if f 1 1 r V l J I 1 1 J I i S5 a I r n T HORSE AND TRACK Tho great baby show at the Fair on Friday Alma piaster 18 noy Bovcn in tho 230 list OUR BANKS W F thoitlam of Our track is in good shapo and fast time will bo made At a recent mooting in Ohio no lass than six pneumatic tires woro punct ured Tho dcalora in Boston say that tho priced of good roadsters aro higher than thoy were last year Most of tho trainers still uso the high wheel sulkoy for training pur poses Waiting for a bigger offer is apt to provo unprofitable Fair begins to day three good races go and sco thorn Do riot fail to attend tho Fair each day You will 6co a fine show 0 stock and fast trots Kentucky Union 213 sprained her offforolcga few days ago aud will probably bo laid up for tho sea son Dr Sparks 214- will try and lower his present fast record during tho week Tho Jowett farm is marching into the 2 15 list with a rush At Corners villo Turco took a record of 213 and at Rushville Favora mado a race record of ...

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