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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 8 August 1893

PS IS- u - k a U P THE ADVOCATE W jife i hi- AududonAnd the Snake rPlirv h4nillii talrnti nf Mm VrStll 111 ii ytmtn ana in his maturer years IV cate very justly his character The I T axnrosaion in both Is striklnjr and spirited suggesting strong yet sensi tive traits and tho honest resolute 7U purposes which never falls him Ho w furnishes a porsonal description of himself which is amusing in its native sincerity I measured live feet ton and a half inches was of a fair mien and quite a handsome ilguro large dark and rather sunken eyos light -colored eye brows aqullino nose and a flno set of teeth hair fine of texture and luxuriant divided and passing down between each car in luxuriai t ringlots as for as tho shoulders In tho estimation of his friends was evi dently something of an Admirable Crichton his Wil liam Cakowoll sayB Ho had great skill in stuffing and preserving animals of all BOrts He had also a -4 trick of tralnlngdogs with great pel r Aitlnn nf mdl nSf1l a Ann Vanhvf wno ...

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. — 8 August 1893

mim mfml THE ADVGGATE Tho Board of 8iuking Fund Com missioners hold a meeting in Frank fort and accepted tho bid of S C Cryor Co of Frankfort to build tho ponitonitiary chapol and ccll houec Tho bid was for 55000 A sonsation was created in tho Now York World ofllco Wednesday whon Col H C Jones formerly of tho St Louis Republic walked into tho ed itorial rooms and assumed direction of tho paper Col Jones arrived in New York Wednesday night having come it is understood from liar Harbor whoro Josoph Pulitzer proprietor of tho World is spending tho summer Ho comes to tho World not only as ed itor but as tho porsonai roprcsonta tivo of Mr Pulitzer with supreme authority over all departments of the paper Tho gold is coming back The gold reserve in tho Treaeury of tho United Slates has onco moro reached and passed tho 100000000 mark It was April 20 when tho resorvo was reduced below this poiut to tho dis may of many who felt an almostrover cntial sentiment toward tho good round numbor Ther...

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. — 15 August 1893

7k rw A i iti4L 5 W lit ft t I l J a iy K MT STERLING ADVOCATE VOL IV A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN INXERESX WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE MESSAGE CLOSELY STUDIED AND SAT ISFACTORY TO DEM OCRATS Republicans Cant Split the Dem ocratic Party The Silver Question Will Be posed of to the Satisfaction of All Democrats Thirty five Majority in Favor of Repealing The Purchasing Clause of The Sherman Bill ariEsiiE s33arATE Washington D 0 August 14 1893 President Clevelands message to Congress has been as closely studied as any similar document over was by members of Congress and it is evident that it is going to bo a powerful fac tor in the financial Legislation of the session It apparently opposes the ideas of many Democrats in both Houso and Senate just as his celebra ted tariff message of 1887 did but honest aud conscientious uelioi is con spicuous in every sontonco of it And tho opposition to what aro known as silver Democrats is more apparent than real for they all agrco with tho Presidents recomm...

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. — 15 August 1893

U v iv ijjgfw m ii ii uvwimmp THE ADVOCATE GRANDMOTHER SAID uAlwnyg set your chair back when you arc gong awny 3ont lcao It In tho middle of the room or standing carelessly This was what grandmother satd as often when a boy I jumped up and ran out of door n reckless hobble-do hoy Always set your chair back when you arc going away Dont leave it In tho middle of the room or standing carelessly Thcso words repeated long ago come ever fresh to mind When little duties tiro overlooked or left to lag behind In tho dally walks of busy life when wo think mo havent tlmo To bo orderly and almost look upon politeness as a crime We arcquitctoo not from carelessness to think if not to say That it matters not if wc forget to set onr chairs away Jlut it will be found that dally life will bo more worth the living If wo blend in harmony tho precepts of receiv ing nnd of ghing If wo heed tho tender chldings dealt out In childhoods bay And always set our chairs back when wo aro going away Good Housekee...

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. — 15 August 1893

Hry Soapsuds a a Lubricator I bad a curious lubricating export- jaco a few years aro tbat I -would t liko to put on record Tho machine Ltwit gnvo me tho troublo was for ex- 9nBental purposes for what IM it matters not Tho troublo lay the lubrication of a shaft that to make 4000 revolutions per pjajjuuto It was about 41 inches in meter with journals from 8 to 9 n iuuK uuu ixuiiuu u wujiiiiu iu JjMQO pounds yP The thine simnly wouldnt run Mk1 Wo cut oil grooves in the braces wo scraped them wo used My kind of metal that wo could xamk of wo hitched on a pump and iped gallons of oil through those irings and yot in from flvo to ten aijbiutes they would commonce to 3aakt and nothing eeeraod to bo able feletop it but tho stoppage of the jfcftchina VQne day in a fit of despair wo put Jsowpsuds in tho tank instead t oil i5L started to pump that in Presto I 1Tle bearing had found tho food for jjw liich it was craving and proceeded rtodo its work with tho cheerfulness fOfan old campaigner It s...

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. — 15 August 1893

k8jfwry 1-V-T THE ADVOCATE ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY TUESDAY AUGUST 15 ISS13 FOR STATE SnXATOU Wo aro authorized te announce lion J P Gay of Clark county as a can didate for Senator of this district com posed of the counties of Clark Bour bon and Moutgouiory subject to the action of the Democratic party Col J G llolloH ay of Clark county is a candidate for State Senato from the district composed of Bourbon Clark and Moutgouiory comities sub ject to the action of tho Democratic party Your vote and influence re spectfully solicited COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements for county offices 5 each to accompany the order Com munications in tho intorest of candid ates 10 couts per line We are authorized to anntiouuco S S Cassity Editor of tho Sentinol Dcmocrat As a candidate for member of tho General As8cinblyfrom tho Legisla tive District composed of the counties Montgomery and Mencfce subject to 4ho actioii of tho Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce Judge Howard It French as a ...

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. — 15 August 1893

k Lw4nitjttMlSMiWtMMlMHVlaN K JT f Trimebl Bros Wholesai e Grocers TRIMBLE BROS Wholesale Grocers - MT STERLING KY City Judge Wo aro authorized to anuounco Ben R Turner as a candidate for nfPnll flniirt nf Mr Rtprliiur f subject to tho action of the party I - Noxt Monday will bo County Court lay i Noxt Monday will bo County Court alay Como in and ronow your sub scription to tho Advocate Mr Jumna G Brown has broken ground preparatory to tho erection of -of a two story brick residence on his lot on West Hjgh -street Leo Clark who ten days ago killed Ben Sanders at a picnic near fru dsvillc and who has been ovading tub officers has surrendered to the Officials Two banks suspended at Lebanon Teun Saturday and one at Brooklyn A1I the suspousions aro regarded as merely temporary Tho convention of tho American f Bankers Association which was to havo taken placo at Chicago e bor 6 and 7 has been indefinitely postpomed Gov Osborne will not appoint a Senator for Wyoming until tho Sonate ddcid...

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. — 15 August 1893

party THE DAKOTA POPBALLS Boiling Xeedle rods Largo as Tuiupkins Thut Explode When Sit tick Thoroo a famous product of the prairies of tho Dakotns that bIiouW e shown in Chicago for tho special benefit of tho Zulus Turks etc now refer to that nothing olso on earth like it tho popweed It is of rank growth but littlo less than marvel ous in its way It has a stalk liko tho cabbago plant with a largo round top tho sizo of a Hubbard squash and about tho same color There aro thousands of acres of it on tho Indian reservations In tho vi cinity of alkali beds it grows to a prodigious sizo When tho terrific northwest winds obstructions where thoy accumulate and pilo up like houses of snow Behind these banks of weeds the wild buffalo found shelter in mid winter from tho fierce blizzards If the popweed ball comes forci bly in contact with any hard ob ject while rolling it oxplodes with a tremendous report a cloud of fine powder passes on through tho air and thousands of sharp fine needles are ...

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. — 15 August 1893

1 Is J V - I THE ADVOCATE M i OPINION OF THE PRESS Vfhatthe Leading Papers Say of the Presidents Message Wo glvobolowtho editorial opinions taken from papers In liferent parts of the country The Now York World says It is a characteristic document plain spokon honest torso and patriotic Tho Pres ident places tho chief responsibility for the financial troubles just whero tho business mon of all parties have fixed it upon tho Sherman law His statements of facts aro undeniable His conclusions aro lrrcslstiblo to all opon and candid minds The Presi dent docs well to emphasize one phabo of the trouble which has lvcoivcd less attention than it merits This is tho bad effect of a depreciated or a sus pected currency upon tho wage carnor The Presidents meaning in tho last sentence doubtless is that poWer should be explicitly given to tho Administra tion to roinforco tho supply of gold when necessary Such authority is needed and should bo givon X X X The Now York Sun says No part of PreBidont ...

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. — 15 August 1893

aWHnM THE ADVOCATE HORSE AND TRACK i ThodamofNaucyllanksisin foal to Director If Mavtha Wilkes was right at Buf falo she will not do in hor class Waltor E 210 is the winner of the largest purso won by a trottor this year Hanietta 2115 looks to bo a littlo the best picco of troting material that Crit Davis over had Nancy Hanks started at Boston to beat the timo of 2 llf Sho mado tho timo in 2 084 Bud Doblo has all that Pixloy wins this year and charges nothing for training and driving her Ilal Pointer won tho free-for-all paco Mascot second Manager third Time 207 20G 206 208 and 209 Hulda 208 by Guy Wilkes seems to bo the best maro on tho turf this yoar Somo think she can give Nancy a race Walter E and Ityland T aro best pair of gedlings in training They aro owned by tho brothers Bob and John Stewart Wo lately said that Ilal Pointer was on his last legs Wo now want to add tho postscrip they aro mighty good ones Trottor Budd Doblo drove Nancy Hanks a mile in 2 12 at Buffalo last Thurs...

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. — 22 August 1893

w r fAS THIS COMMUNITY WHEN IT WAS TOLD JOHN SAMUELS K WAS DEAD A Good Man Bears His Sorrows P As Long As He Can Then A Noble Lays Down the Burden i and1 Useful - Gone r As wo gather them seem Man Whon It was noised abroad on Sat urday morning that John Samuole bad taken his own life the community received a shock such as it has sol dom experienced For twenty eight years Mr Samuels has been closely and Ilargely identified with the busi ng interests of Mt Sterling Hi8 long career as a business man brought him into close contactwith our people antjfis upright iiwFand generous deeds won for 1dm a place- in their affections fow mon are fortunate enough to secure THE PAKTICULARS to cato that since tho loss of his oldest son Frank who suffered death by a railroad accident that ho bus not been tho man ho was before and when the prcsentffinanclal distress overtook the couutry ho appeared to be more un nerved and more solicitions about thooutcome than tho situation would seem to warrant His ...

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. — 22 August 1893

ifSr i -- THE ADVOCATE In Russia indolent or careless cooks ro still occasion a ly flogged The lead mines of Spain havo been worked over sinco tho boginniug ol lihuny Copper is believed to bo tho metal earliest known to man and first used in tho arts Tho peculiarity of a crank i8 that he always thinks that it is his turn Now York World Gold is crossing tho Atlantic now quito as frequently as tho other high toned passenger PhiladclphiaTimes Tho habit ot holding a penholder in tho mouth while foldiug a lottor ip very common but it has its dangers It is supposed that a man has taken a painful disease from a penholder held in his lips at a Boston club of prom inence Man has been given two hands and has invented many pockets not to mention tho adaption of his cars as pen rests and it seems inexcusable that ho should use his mouth like a dog for carrying purposes Tho petition recently presented in Parliament praying for tho ponsioniug of super annuatcd public school teach ers casts asldol...

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. — 22 August 1893

ft f 5 THE ADVOCATE California mines cover about 220 Thi8 country has 9144590 savaiiablo for military duty men Senator Hill introduced a bill in to tho Senate ropoaling the Federal elec tion laws National bank notes in circulation Aggregate 19000000 au increase of olr 5000000 sinco August 1 Dora Wont you como and visit mo while I am at tho seaside Cora I havent anything to wear Dora Como any way Washington Star gK Ho thoughtfully When a man marries twice which wife does ho take whon ho gets to hoaven Sho who loves him dreapiily Neither A mau who marries twice doesnt go to heaven Vogue The Northern Pacific Railroad was Tuesday placed in tho hands of three rocoivers They are Thomas F Oakes of New York H A Payne of Mil waukee and Henry Rouse President of tho Missouri Kansas and Texas Railroad i r Tho outlook in the iron and steel -trade at Pittsburg is brighter than vat anytime sinco tho mills shut down Several mills havo resumed and over a thousand men were put to work Within tho next...

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. — 22 August 1893

r s ff i a J w fc j W c M tif Jot Jai tot M1 Mon actio w M n Mout action Wo aro Htmto THE ADVOCATE ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY TUKSDAY AUGUST 22 1S03 FOlt STATE BEXATOIl Wo ara authorised to anuounco Hon J P Gay of Chirk county as a can didate for Senator of this distiict com posed of tho counties of Clark Bour bou and Montgomery subject to the actioti of tho Democratic party Col J G Hollowayof Clark county is a candidate for State Sonato from tho district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomery couutlos sub ject to tho action of tho Democratic party Your vote and inflitonco re apctfully solicited COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements for county offices 5 each to accompany thoordor Com auinications in tho Interest ot candid ates 10 cents per lino Wo are authorized to anntiouuco S S Cassitv Editor of the Scutinel Democrat A a candidate for member of the General Asscmblyfrom tho Legisla tive District composed of the counties Montgomery and Mcnofee subject to the action of tho Democratic...

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. — 22 August 1893

0 l fft V fc - fet wfe i Trimebl Bros Wholesai e Grocers TRIMBLE BROS -21 Wholesale Grocers MT STERLING KY No man can bo vlliant unless hoi Born to Henry Judy and wife on hazards his body nor bo rich unless he hazards his soul Warner Norris Harris 90 ouo of tho foun ders of the underground railway boforo the war Is dead at Washington Del There was 455 commercial failures throughout tho United States during the past week as compared with 192 tho corresponding week last year - I Tho four national banks at Lemars Iowa failed to open their doors Fri day Thoy aro said to bo solvout and oxpoct to pay dollar for dollar Tho Now York Clearing house Loan Committee Issued 500000 more loan certificates Friday making tho total amount now outstanding 37880--000 f Mr and Mrs Martin Shultzc an aged -couple living alono on a farm in Tildon -Township in Chorokeo county Iowa -were fouud murdered Thoy had con cealed about tho house 1000 and of this tho murderers secured only 250 Attorney General Olnoy ...

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. — 22 August 1893

4W1N THAT COMES OVEH Irtc rilUL The rnln that comes over tho hill tho rain Tlio tn ileal mystical rnln on trom thn stretch of tho temperate Aides Tho skies that aro cray ns aro my loves eyes Oh the wliil With tho Binoll of young wheat from tho up land plain Tho ruin that comes over the hill The rain that comes over tho hill tho rain Tho mighty and measureless rain That drenches the green Blinking woodland and sweeps Wko an avalanche over tho dim tossing stoops Oh tho ruin That falls with u roar on tho vales grassy floor Tho rain that comes over tho hllL The rain that comes over tho hill tho rain Tho dowy miraculous rain With tho comforting clouds that drift closo to tho breast Of tho transfigured earth by tho soft nilsts caressed Oh tho rain That disturbs not nor breaks tho enchantment It makes Tho rain that comes over the hill The rain that comes over tho hill Iho rain Tho tearful and tremulous rain That sobs by tho wide open window at dawn Wtaoro the grieving trees weep on tho noi...

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. — 22 August 1893

THE ADVOCATE h B iru Franco now owus only 189 square miles in India Hfttfa million lives arc daily do- beacnt upon the clUcloncy of iron yvtfsteol wire ropeai Tho highust rate of discount over established by tho Bank of England was 10 nor onni nn Wntf 11 lfififl ftng the panic - Artlong tho members of tho Gorman Reichstag is a master chimney sweep In some respects it is a sootablo occu pation Philadelphia Lcdgor 500 roward for an incurablo caso of chronic Nasal Catarrh offered by tho manufacturers of Dr Sagos Catarrh Remedy 50 cents by druggists Tho rudder of tho monitor British ironclad Vulcan alouo weighs twenty two tons about six tons heavier than the ono formerly used on tho Great Eastern Fiuo silk has boon manufactured from cobwebs but the industry is im practicable sinco there are not Hies enough to feed tho enormous number of spiders which tho business would require Father I guoss youll havo to wear that blue flannel suit of mine I cau aflord to gat you another now ono but it...

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. — 22 August 1893

l t s t THE ADVOCATE HORSE AND TRACK Tuosiro of Walter E 210 stands in Missouri at a feo of 25 M Salisbury paid out 4500 in on tranco at tho Buffalo mooting Falfa 2 by Allorton cut hor record to 2 24J at Grand Rapids last week B P llorriott gavo his green pacer a milo last week at Fair Track in 217 In tho hands of tho truly great driver the reins aro mightior than the whip Alvin 2 11 is probably tho fastest horeo of his weight that tho turf has known Walter E won tho free-for-all trot at Rochester and Ilal Pointer tho free-for-all pice Silicon is not in racing form yet When sho is it will take something faster than 215 to beat her It is Baid that the erratic little William Ponn 218 trotted a mile in 2 12 before ho was scut on to Buffalo Arion 2 10 is said- to bo in fine form Ho will probably start in the Spirit of tho Times 11000 stakes at Washington Park Tho Palo Alto stalliou Electricity 2 17 by Electioneer out of tho dam of 210 is among the animals at that form to be sold this fa...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 29 August 1893

J MT STERLING IdVOCATE Y0L1Y A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL I N I NTTEREST WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE SENATOR PEFFERS QUERRIES Speaker Orisp Selects the Best Man for Ohairmansliip Congress Will Hardly Adjourn Before October Washington D C Aug 28 1893 In addition to the silver debate in the House this week which has boon unusually interesting two great finan cial speeches wero made by Demo cratic Sonators one by Senator Vor heos on Tuesday and the other by Senator Hill Friday Both of theeo Senators are friends of silver and both of thom favor tho repeal of the purchasing clause of tho Sherman silver law as tho best method of pre paring tho way for other Legislation dealing with silver as money There was a sharp debate in tho Sfonato this week for a few minutes over tho question of whothor a reso lution offered by Senator Peffor en quiring of the Secretary of tho Troas OTas to tho action of national banks in largo cities in refusing to cash upon presentation checks of deposi tors should bo dispo...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 29 August 1893

r s A if THE ADVOCATE Historical Jamestown Va which was tho ear liest English eettlcmont 1G07 perished in 1G76 by the hand of Bacon and tho onlv veatiiro of tho village that re mains is tho ruins of a church pillar Tko colony of Now Hampshire wap f jr many years a dopondent of Massa chusetts Its short lino of scacoasl was probably discovered by Martin Priug in 1603 It was visited by captain John Smith in 16R During tho lato civil war New Jer sey furnished tho National army with 79511 troops In 1870 tho Legisla ture refused to ratify tho 15th amend ment to tho National Constitution on tho ground that to regulate suffrage is vested in tho respective States The provinces held by Gorges after tho division of tho New England Ter ritory he named New Somerset He sent out his nephew William Gorges as Governor of the domain which ex tended from tho Piscatauqua to the Kennebec He assumed rulo ovor the ilshing hamlets there and hold a gen eral court at Saco During tho war for independence tho ...

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