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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 29 August 1893

ft gmniMtii THE ADYOCATK Agricultural Notes jVsysoon as early potatoes aro dug hplicapa should bp gathered nud burned when drv cnonrrh In this war spores and fungus will bo de stroyed that will mako much troublo another year if not this In these timoRftll nnlntn vlnrq should ln htirnnrl E8 soon as dry enough PRESERVATION OF DAGS i h t otton Dags aro now sola vory cheaply but they should have good care Tho cost of a bag is not so im ortaut as tho waste that results from using bags through which holes havo worn It is not good practice to bor row or lond bags Each farmer jjbhould have his own supply and bo independent in this mattor if in no -other A borrowed bag is seldom well used and if returned is apt to cost its owner more in wasted grain than it would cost to purchase now fcags Ho I A V WATER FOR HOGS ogs aro mora often sufferers from lack of good water than any other stock Tho milk thoy eat curdles in their stomach and then its casoine docs not look so much like drink as like fo...

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. — 29 August 1893

u f f 14 ii V H ir THE ADVOCATE WtittHitiiiti V DY0CATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY TUESDAY AUGUST 29 1893 FOR 8TATE SENATOR We are authorized to aunounco Hon J P Gay of Clark county as a can didate for Senator of this district com posed of tho counties of Clark Bour bon and Montgomery subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Col J G Uolloway of Clark county is a caudidate for Stato Senato from tho district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomery counties sub ject to thd action of tho Democratic party Your vote and iniluouco re spectfully solicited COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements for county offices 5 each to accompany the order Com munications in tho intorest of candid ates 10 cents per Hue We are authorized to anunounco S S Cassity Editor of the Sontinol Domocrat As a candidato for member of tho General Assembly from tho Legisla tive District composed of tho counties Montgomery and Mcnofec subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo arc authorized to announce Judge Howard It F...

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. — 29 August 1893

t Trimebl Bros Wholesai e Grocers HMM4V J wheat for bettor prices I pld la vory abundant Stock mar is buoyant Spirits aro rising Mrs Mary Ross of Morgan county has been scut to an insano asylum L B Rlneold is iu Now York for Mho purpose of buying stock ior his fcfitoro i m WnAAtn TIivmi nF SnmnrBnr rlnnlnrfl Ttt lVliU AJVO V jvwwwM - plin general merchandise have made ifen assignment Tl nl HXf 5f UUH1UUSB IB UU UIO bit Less talk and more work aro suvahtageoue Somo crops of tobaoco in this county ihavo been cut and housed and aro of asm extra quality Mr G H Sohorn has sold his house -and lot on Harrison Avenue to John Elliott and W A Dellaveu Secretary Carlisle estimates tho cost to convert tho present Bilvor coin to tho ratio of 1 to 20 to bo 112860321 fe Tho Mormon Tabornaclo church fchoir 250 voices 60 male voicos will rtry fair tho chorus prizes at the worlds iFaVtC Wo aro under obligations to tho management for a complimentary ticket to tho Beattyviile Fair Sept 19 Uio 23 inclus...

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. — 29 August 1893

sr THE ADVOCATE Chronic Nsal Catarrh positively an red by DrSagos Remedy 50 ccirts by druggists Totul area in rice in the United States this year is 261000 acres aud -estimated yield is 10500000 bushels The silk industry in Patorson N J employs directly and indirectly 19G05 operatives to whom it pays annually 38231350 in wages Tho capital iu vcstod is 15291300 At Baku Russia thero is an im anenso oil well that ebbs and Hows with tho Bamo regularity as do the ocean tides It is believed to have somo mysterious connection with the tsca The cotton seed oil made each year as worth 1G000000 tho oil cake briugs in about 8000000 and tho lints aud hulls produco about 1000 000 A short timo ago tho seed waB used solely as a fertilizer You cau uover havo a really good complexion until tho impurity is cleansed from your blood What you meed is a thorough courpo of Ayors cSorsaparllla which is absolutely free from all harmful ingredients and Tthcrcfore perfectly harmless Dont buv a blood purifier ...

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. — 29 August 1893

x THE AIXVOCATE if iJtl opvtlaV Science The light of tho full moon ia 300- 000 times weaker than that of tho sun what tho latter ia atmeridian A largo lake in tho Olympic Moun tains at an altitude of 5000 feet was recently diacovorcd by two huntors London containa ono oighth of Groat Britain8 population It has a larger daily delivery of lottcrs than all Scotlund Tho value of coral depends much upon its color which varies from tho g itiodt delicate flesh or pink to dcop crimson Tho palo ahades aro tlicJ moat rare and highly prizcdi Everglades aro called by tho In diana grass water H Low tracta of land inundated With water and inter spersed with patches of high grass peculiar to tho Southern States aro known aa everglades It appears that tho camel docs a good doal of harm in Egypt by eating tho treos aa they aro growing up Already tho massive Cairo camel is a typo distinct from other camels sur passing all in its cumbrous massivo proportions Coral inlands aro never moro than ton or tw...

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. — 29 August 1893

THE ADVOCATE LAND STOCK AND CROP It is claimed that over 700000 Bhcep aro annually killed by doge the value ot mutton aua wooi iiiub uo stroyed being cstimatedat 3000000 Chas Robinson purchased thoMc Elroy placo of 310 acres on tho Lex ington plko last Thursday at 55 per aero Total amount 17050- Har rodsburg Sayings Auctioneer Georpro Lvno reports court day sales 7 Southdown bucks from 6 to 8 two yearling bulls 13 and15 1 colt 10 tow and four pigs 1185 Nicholasville Democrat It is a curious iaclHhat tho greatest loss of cattlo from winter exposure takes placo in ono of tho Southern States Louisiana At least this i8 tho statement made by the department of Agriculture J W Bales bought last week 100 cattlo from Smith Black Red House average 1564 at 4c 30 of Harvey Chcnault average 1553 at 41 All dehorned and as nlco as you over saw Richmond Climax By estimating tho average valuo of hay of all kinds at nearly 9 a ton tho statisticians of tho Census Bureau have figured up a total valuati...

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. — 5 September 1893

- tjt2M m d VOL IY X County Superintendents JReport of Schools- d Frog Pond Districted 7 Rd- ports 100 draws from Stato 285 4 number onrollca by teacher HO high est unmbor present at one time GO lowest 43 present to day 03 Miss Clay Willoughby than whom there is no better school room worker in the county alive systematic methodical aggressive yot faithful and patient herscliool is too large or the house is too email tho trustees aro good t school men and are willing Jo do any thing they think will advanco the in terest of tho school in looking over tho ancient history of this district we find that not far from tho prcsont sito stood the oldsnhnoLchquan where tho pupils became lavGTifi for thoir long standing in tho spelliug classes while tho woids wore pronounced by that vonorablo old toacher Undo Bon Graves hence the subject of spelling was suggcstcdand tho class consisting of Misses Emma McCormlck Lulla Williams Lotta and Mitio WillsPattl Faulkner Oslo VVatts Rebecca Lcd fqrd Sara...

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. — 5 September 1893

THE ADVOCATE To enjoy a thing exclusively is com mouly to cxcludo yoursolf from the truo enjoyment of it Thorcau 0 There is but one way for any of ub exert a truo influeucc and that is by beiug truo and faithful ouiselves W GEliot Tho truer view of religion tho only ouo that cau stand tho tests of deepen ing culture and experience regards it not as tho relief from life but as its crown and completion Eooi Spiritus If for a moment wo make way with our potty selves wish no ill to any thing apprehend no ill cease to be but as the crystal which reflects a ray what shall wo not reflect what a uniyersp will appear cryetalized and jftrttont around us Thorcau Adversity Is a medicine which POO pie aro rather fond of recommending indiscriminately as a panacea for their neighbors Like other medicines it only agrees with certain constitutions Thcro are nerves which it braces and nerves which it utterly shatters Jus tin McCarthy man who Hanny the observes tho heavenly and torrestial law in propo...

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. — 5 September 1893

I f fr Ft V L f A r cs gs al THE ADVOCATE Prof Felix L Oswatd predicts this jQfcuntry will havo 300000000 inhab y JtanUiu 1893 The big Noldrlnghaus tfiWactorlos t St Louis resumed operations Tues day over 2000 men going back to work In Berlin thoro aro said to bo 16 nobles seven retired army ofilcora and three clergymen employed as cab drivers In 1892 Now York City paid for its school bill fMXXMXXh for its amuse tnent bill 7000000 and for its drink trill 60000000 The sun never seta on the soil of tho United States When it is 0 p m on Attoo Island Alaska it is 9 3a a m of the day fbllowiug at Eastport Me The health department of Berlin re ports that the juice of a lemon and J sd orange or the acid it contains is Xtai to therein of cholera Thoe who use it freely are not subject to at- taqk of - -v vi - i e The notes of the Banque de France remadetof white water lined paper printed in blue and black wiih nu merous mythological and allegorical ictare They run in denominations rfrom 20 f...

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. — 5 September 1893

I V THE ADVOCATE ADY0CATE PUBLISHING COMPAMY - mm i d I ii nfcii ii i i i - i TUESDAY SKIT E 1S03 FOtt STATE SENATOR Wo are authorized to announco lion J P Guy of Clark county as a can didate for Senator of this district com posed of tlio counties of Clark Hour -boil and Montgomery subject to the ctiou of the Democratic party Col J Gr Holloway of Clark county is a candidate for State Senate from the district composed of Bourbon Mark and Montgomery counties sub Jectto tho action of the Democratic party Your vote and iniluonco re spectfully solicited COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements for county offices 5 each to accompany tho order Com munications in tho intorest ot candid ates 10 cents per lino We are authorized to annuouueo S- S Cassity Editor of the Sctitlnol Dcmocrat t A a candidate for member of tho Goueral Assembly from tho Legisla tive District composed of the counties Montgomery and Menofeo subject to itje action of tho Democratic party We are authorized t announce Judge Howa...

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. — 5 September 1893

91 I Born Soptomber let to Thomas Botts and wife a daughter 1 Jailves T Highland will bo married Idu to morrow Wednesday Gth to Misa fary E Clay of this county T George Hockaday of Galnsville Georgia has rented tho residence of jl M Phipps on North Maysvillo street Mr Hockaday expects to en ace in eomo kind of mercbautilo usinosa Wo aro in receipt of a complimont airy ticket to tho Winchester Fair September 12 16 Thanks gentlomon we yM bo among tho many from this county who will attend your excellent imeeting - Times aro too hard stop my pa- por Tho gontloman who ponned theso words la a miller His business depends on consumers those who aro able to pay Stop my paper Lot ths bo a command and ovorybody be compelled to obey what would be- come of lie world Informaonjs not imparted progress is at a ratill and mills aro shut down When will theso hard times end aidjho laboring ma to a gentloman hurrying in business As soon as people ot tho towns go to work and rsavo their earnings and tho...

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. — 5 September 1893

L v THE MARIQOL The violet nvret I dearly lme The pint tho pansy bold The blush rose bat all flowers above I lovo the Marigold Fair flouer tlxit In a tlmo of old Didst give thy heart away To him who from his sphero of sold Docs giro to mortals dayl Alas for lovo he gave then not Fall vainly thou didst suo Unhappy shall I name thy lot Or call thy lovo too true Tho cod who chanscd theo to a flower Hath left thy heart tho same Still dost thou show his beautys power In hue of orange flame Still dost thou lift thy drooping head To catch bio eyej bright ray And when his light no more is shed Thy beauty fruUs away - Poor Marigold 1 love the well And most because llko me Thou hast a woeful tale to tell Of grief and constancy The violot eweet I dearly love The pink tho pansy bold The bluish rose but all flowers above I love the Marigold Gentlemans Magazine STOKM SHADOWS Last Juno and July I had been tak ing too much out of myself Beside the ordinary drudgery at the museum I was in a hurry to...

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. — 5 September 1893

HE ADVOCATE WtiS talatial Louguedoc connecting Mantle and Mediterranean Soa 148 miles long has 100 lockB and CO iueducts Jts highest part Is 160 foot fbovo eea level fA voune woman ofBorwlck Pat s victim of tho alleged announcement piat by collecting 1000000 stamps ae cui get 500 Bho gathered the itfifiulrAd number in about three bars time and failing to eccuro a urchaser she has grown melancholy fluid it iaioarcd that sho will lose her Ffmind Philadelphia Ledger f Large areas of wooden surface on Ihe Worlds Fair buildings wore so Ifough that paint brushes could not be luted economically The color was therefore applied through hose not in compact etroamB but in a spray like that ejected by an atomizer except thatlfco material was used much more fcoplously MfchlhoHscs aro now distinguished y tho mariner by color combinations of coloror the periodicity of short flashes CapUMahanof tho United States Lighthou so Board has devised a system of signals given by Bhuttors over tho light by w...

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. — 5 September 1893

P U f HE ADVOCATE Jr Jacob IVurts Made a New Man I have been made a now man by Hoods Bar saparilla I had pains in my back felt languid and did not liavo any appetite I havo taken HoodssaCiires twelvo bottles of Hoods SarsaparllW and can not pralso It enough Jacoh Wuiitz cor 15th St and Tortland Av LouU UIc Ky Mnoroo Pt i n Cure ntl Liver Ills 2Cc Mr Ti V Martin lias gouo to Indiana polls and Cincinnati for a largo supply of the latest novelties lu tno millinery line A letter from Judge I m Xanars dall at Hot Springe eajB lie is very much improved and is encouraged tq believe that ho will bo very greatly benefited Ho has improved so as to bo ablo to dross himself Mr J Green Trimble tho Temporary Receiver of tho New Farmers Bank will probably present his report to the court Every ono feels satisfied that his report whon it comes will bo a fine and impartial ono and those who have interests in tho bank will 6eo a busi maiis unprejudiced view of its status Wo announce Mr 0 II Bryan as c...

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. — 12 September 1893

tH oi e MMA tf t M w ff roL xv v n 3 w mwmK fr igpnira D 6 Bept Jl13 PkI5reidBt Ctovtlaiwy vfifaffeHouse wlnWhhad been r rt1y iiie Tlftt TBCUIO XUVIIK ouuioie - -- ftrifudfafed aiwlinit those Democrats MT A- - i touosod to bis iluanclal policy A T - I- 4 1 1Abi1 I Mw 1 WMiMnna8 peon pnuuuuuou uu L h iaifiUly award of the extent of this Is oppotf oh In -the Wwt and South ft WlilltivAHfliatfh6 wisdom of first - -- - 4- rejmliifg the purchasing clause oftho W y lRharWilvm law which baa been - - j hv till f llWJ uv - mii nf the countryLad which- was business Explicitly promised by tho Chicago platform will bo so apparent after the entire financial policy of his adminis tration shall have been made public that all divisions will soon be forgot ten The first step to bo taken is in fhifl opinion to stop tho purchase of silver out ho toarsno ju wih 10 Vardstthose who differ with him bo r Haying that they are as honest in their belief as he is in his Tho only rea son that ho has not announce...

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. — 12 September 1893

h iw IV r -a pf n ftV f i r r If tV Or o tti it ti -ML THE ADVOCATE M WWkfct Nov York has 10000000 Invested in school sites and buildings A 6on6elc89 fashion now provailiug -among women which must bo hold re sponsible for many throat ailments is that of clasping tippets around thoir necks when the weather becomes the least chilly To riso in the morning with a bad taste in the mouth and no appetitein dicatcs that the stomach needs strcngh oniug For this purpose there is nothing better than occasional doso oi Aycrs Pills taken ut bed time Slnco1891 to the present time the American colony in Franco has in creased irom 5000 to 12000 whilo tho German has decreased in recent years Tho total number of foreigners in Pranco is 1130211 tho Belgians bo ing tho most numerous and Italians coming next Iu all that goes to strengthen aud build up the system weakened by dis mso and paiu Aycrs Sarsaparilla is tho superior medicine It neutralizes 4hg poison Ictt iu the system aftor diphtheria and scar...

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. — 12 September 1893

- Jt a m ADVOCATE fcsi thunder stories are4moro frequit avaJiBatt In any other part ol the hyiere being au avorage ol vt in each year upon which thoy r - rhere the telephone wires are over the speed of transmission is at Tate of 16000 miles a second are the wires arc through cables ler the eea tne apeeu is not more in 6020 a second bt noted in the Mediierraneau patnralUt that upwards of 80 per nt of the earthouakee that have bi recorded have oecarred during six colder months of the year laximum aWmber in January and minimum nuaaber in 16a the aiirth day of the first monh ery Egyptian was bilged to eat a iedflsh Jwfore the door of hia house oept the priests who burnetJ instead eating tliejilsB Jhcrevonuo8 grjfgom the fisheries of Lake Moeris refmriven t tne yueenoi jigypi ior In raoaey and are staled to havo wounted io -something like 1 1000001 J Z - luuauy The waters of Ghnt abound In flshi nd itls estimated by high authority hat one tenth of the people of that niaplre derive their ...

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. — 12 September 1893

3 H V -THE ADVOCATE DY0CATE PUBLISUIHG COHPAHY TUESDAY SEPT 5 1803 Republicans cry aloud that thoy may avert the true state of affairs from thoh doors The McKinloy act in effect and what did the country experience A restless ness at the money centers a dis turbance of exports and imports a shrinking in the treasury etc Notwithstanding these doubtful acts of an extreme party foreboded dire results Mclvinley was loud in praise of the production of his own distorted brain and his party fol lowed in line until they were led to the very base of an unsurniount ablo obstruction and here they stand to day with eyesand seeing not but every one ready witfilfis own excuso At first they saw the dire results of the purchasing clause in the Sherman act this thoy wanted repcalcduntl fleeplj censured Mr Cleveland because upon their own suggestion ho did not call Congress togother to undo what they had done Why did thoy not do it when in power Now this repeal is about to be ef fected und the country...

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. — 12 September 1893

2 TMt Bros WhBlesai Grocers wiwvwwi mim n wmwS I UTT i KA R I F RKUb MU V w i r T fc rf r t - iw i VAhn fisae ac grocers siv 4 - JITJERLItfG KY IHuQdrFiMsmaybo had by wail r 36c ot C I Hood Co Lowell Mass democratic primary for Rw - - i - a i 1- I auve ami superintended 01 cwamio U3ept6mber23 - l T tl One fare over the C Sd Q to Win- SXlBclieater and return Rate good lm the Fait- which begins to day i - Misa Sudie Clark of Clark BLnminf tin inarripd on the 27 vvuuji - - - J V EJFrinst t6 Mr Roberts JNlohoiaa couniy - i w The Winchester1 Fair bcgtne to day The C p wilj jl tickets fc ono are rfothe round trtto Tins rw win continue till Saturday ws - -a w Mrs Kate O Clarko haB in Btock iHhe latest novelties of tbo scasen in mUitnorv and Ih recoiviuc new pat- Hern aaa desigHB daily i Miss Mary Clark daughter o T a nuKtv will -dames uiarK uj jjmhu wuuvj - 30 married on the 25 insX t5AlberJ V TVTftflrtt it Shifiiaburcr v I k Rev Dr Tibbs will All Pl ptforMr Lilly at tio Southern Tsbytanch...

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. — 12 September 1893

J THE ADVOCATE PRIMARY PENALTIES EVE1E PROVISIONS OF THE LAW Which Will Be Rigidly Enforced The penalties for violation of tho law lu tho primary are as severe and are in fact tho samo as in a regular election Tho sheriff has tho power to arrest even a police officer and thoso who think of lightly regarding tho law would look woll to tho conse quonces before they trample on its provisions Tho penalties arc as fol ows Section 1 Any person who shall knowingly and willfully remove or attempt to remove a ballot from the locUou room or have in his posses sion outsido tho election room any Fallot either gonuiieor couuterleit during tho election shall be guilty of felony and on conviction shall bo im prisoned in tho ponltontiary not le68 than tvjo nor more thau five years Sec 2 If any person shall tako or remove in any manner feloniously or with the cousent or permission of tho custodian for the time any official ballot op ballots from any place whore they may lawfuuybo under this law shal...

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