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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 6 November 1894

I ft e M f IO fcStf 4 t I J sat a th Md WtfViiWwadjl qay Wtfi ifa XHMBuriKta eddying mete fittpvUnf wrHoAt4 Wi 6MmMkraNriMt W sight There a birds wing flslil ia tho dkrtnca bright - Xaob wY was a eklvered jewel of light Will it fail To cotne to the loved tlutt are watting here Or will ruahlng winds bringing doubt and fear V 1 JKake tlwlkxwiii Tbe a true hearts blerT Godkow Be suro In thy tjUMtlonlng human mind Jf thy lover a heavenly port nhall find Joda hand guldeth every wlthorlgwlnd That blows Ah but tnyaklprwitlfits Bftite of 6ow And freighted with lovct cumo years ago i dream of iboso liappy days and lot I eee The lapping wave with the radiant dnsh Of a8plntsred sunbeams brilranj flaBhl I hear the eoaadof lWtaeasurod plash Ah nvel i I Over tlMfwavea of eternitys sea That boat has been drifting away from me The night la somlfltylcanuqt boo Thyinco But the time will eomo when a Bhndowy saty Comet tossing so near withi boatman pale 1 shall haoten te answer thowclcdnio hail My plae...

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 November 1894

1 la lf i J 4 ft w 1DQCATE PUBLISHING Tuesday October 30 I894 AWNOUNdXMENTS tfor Railroad Commissioner fc Wo arc authorized to amiQunoo John 0 Wood an a candidate for Hail road Commissioner for the Eastern District of Kentucky subject to the action of tho Republican party DEMOCRATIC TICKET Election Tuesday November 6 For Congress HON JO M KENDALL v of Floyd county Eor Congress short term r HON W AI BECKNER of Clark county I am a candidate for Constable of ho 3rd district composed of tho pre cincts of Spencer Howards Mill and Hurl subject to the will of the Dcm ocratjo voters at tho November elec tion 1894 II L WILLIAMS County Ticket CountyJudge t A B WHITE County Attorney A A HAZELRIGG County Clerk LUOIENB Sheriff Jailer GREENE r i WILLIAM SLEDD J W CHENAULT Assessor ALLEN McCOllMICK Coroner GEO KG EC EAST IN Surveyor J M OLIVER Magistrate District No 1 HOWARD C HOWELL Constable District No 1 MCCLAY Magistrate District No 2 JOHN W MORRIS Constable District No 2 JAMES GIB HO NS Magis...

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 November 1894

hi r 1 rvr V TfK A Fire Insurance Policy - th6s KENEDY TliLetdlng g 5T Druggist v - t i The beat of cvoaytlilng at U A- rf frea80imllo pricoe - t rx futjyour X inside the square at theRoostors feet und your vote will not f ailjjto be correctly count ed The oyster mipper intended to be held at Somerset Thursday night is postponed indefinitely wo are re quested to stato At tnVilrst Presbyterian church Sunday there woro two delightful service Rev Arrick preached excel lent sermons and the music was very fine The ladies of the Southern church will give the supper the ovonings of the Chrysaniemum Show Friday and Saturday Nov 9th and 10th S The ladies ot the Southern Presby terian Church will havo an exchange the day beforo Thanksgiving Duo notice will be given Everything -suitable for that dav The Democrats in New York say Hill will bo elected by 21825 plurali ty The Republicans say Morton will bo elected by 55025 plurality The outsider inav tnko hi choice OnSaturday next all lovers of a...

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 November 1894

M Hi N f f w - o THE OLDj GATEKEEPER on 35 from tovm and vaUr LBrodoWard aaft tip fcy the brawl pf a brook Thoro broko on tho sight ueh u tiny abode Tbegotohouao that stood nt tho bend la tho road long long to the hill with Its sheltering breast It had cuddled as cloeo as a Wrd to lta noat vi i i u ij When ho flung wido tho gnto at tho bend of tho road Though his stock was awn fi janre2SK r iuti 1 aakow and his wig was Tho laugh and tho luster that leaped from his oyo Told hla heart hold tho lovo of his kindfor Us code Tho odd llttlo mac at tho bond in tho road Ho would brood by tho hour oer his cno win dow box With lt old fashioned blossoms sweet wllllam and phlox Yet tho oloud always fled and tho mirth over flowed Whon u wondcror paused nt tho bend in tho road Ills Hfo had Its story twas whispered and woo Ilnd crashed tho fair flower of his hopes at a mow And yut to tho last ho mado light of his load Tho bravo llttlo man at tho bend in tho road Now ho sleeps his last sleep though ...

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 November 1894

T A TRUSTY GUARDIAN ttif Mmm4 Orln Wm Sot to Be TrUtod With W fttrMigeni More than 40 years Rgo in 1851 1 visited a priy of friends in tho Ben digo goldflelds in Australia where I wagoordmlly welcomed Among tho Tllued powoaeions of my friends was m Kaglih mastiff which belonged ibone of the gentlemen The good understanding between ittyseif and the mastiff Appeared to UYfe become bo well established dur ing the evening that on tho next day Ileffc the claim where my friends were at work to fetch a kettlo Of tea tXm thfS tent without the least mis giving to my reception by him Rex who was always allowed to run loose came forwai d to meet me Ho al lowed me to stroke his head and so fat m I could gee showed no interest P id my movements as I entered tho tent and took a drink of the tea but when I started to leave the tent with the kettle of tea in my hand imag ine my astonishment wh m I saw tho guppoiwd friend Rex facing me and Bhowing his teeth in a very threaten ing way I put down tho ...

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 November 1894

J f At V ft 4 w it v V t Zw6a J3 JTAe earner and mora revolting phases of lif o aro subdued and Uio higher qualities of friendship and love obtain on tho yielding of human suffering and the restoration of health strength and contentment The following is calcu lated to assuage human passion nnd be get elevated thoughts and actions H S Cate merchant North Oakland Pa writes Ploaws scrid six bottles of Dr Fenners Kidney nnd Backache Guro to Samuel Cate Amesburg Mass It is for my mother who would bo glad to give you a strong recommendation of this medicine as she thinks it has pro longed her life It is equally good in all kidney diseases female complaints blood and skin diseases etc If satis faction not given money refunded Tako homo a bottle to day Cincinnati Live Stock Market Union Stockyards Nov 3 liecoipts Hogs 3339 head cattle 110 sheep 130 Shipments Hogs 099 head cattle 175 sheep noni 110GS Market active at veRWr days close Select shipporp 455 475 butchers f4A504Oo fair io good pac...

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 November 1894

H y i5 i Ul r L7 r 4 YOU Struck By a Cyclone Overwhelmed By an Ava lanche Inundated By a Tidal Wave and ft Swallowed Up by an Earthquake The Democratic Party is Lost Lmi8 the domination of Desolation -That Has Overtaken It Hill Snowed Under In New York The House of Represen tatives Republican By Over 150 Majority and the Senate Lost to Us KENTUCKY JOINS THE PROCESSION AND RE TURNS FOUR REPUBLICANS OUT OF THE ELEVEN CONGRESSMEN IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY THE OLD SHIP WAS SCUTTLED AND WENT TO THE BOTTOM ALONG WITH THE REST JOE k KENDALL WINS BY A NARROW MARGIN THE REPS TOOK EVERYTHING Ths Democratic party went boforo tho country on Tuosday last aud mot with ouo of tho m39t disastrous defeats it has ever experienced From ocean to ocean and from Maine to Texas tho story is tho same Eead it in almost any one State even in any ono dis trict or county and it is tho history ol the days doing in nearly ovory othor Tho pluralities loo are almost without a precedent Now York over 153000 Pennsylvania...

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 November 1894

Bb IT 9 PJV FAIR IT STERLI NG 1 VThe -Gate City Looks East to Gods -Grand fouitaiis and West to the Bluerass As Seen By W J Lampton tlie Correspondent of the Cou rier Journal He Says Twixi tlic Bluegrass and the Knobs It Is Snugly Situated It Puts On Big City Airs and Has Good Grounds For Standing with expectant feet Where the Knobs nnd lllnegrnss moet Fair Jit Sterling Hated between Hopes one day to reign as Queen Tlio fact of the business is that tlio Mt Sterling people looking to tlio west over tho Bluegrass and to the east over the Knobs have an idea that their town is already boss of the whole shebang and a few lines of poetry similar to tho above will only mako thorn smilo and point the linger of scorn at the poot They talk that way anyhow and they have a hustling spirit which tnav yet surmount the insurmountable Mt Sterling or a Historian Col lins calls it MountstcHing is tho county seat of Montgomery county and Montgomery county is one of the hall way counties that is to say...

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 November 1894

riv ft i rf - -- sl IV f J fa nd iwas told of one that cost 25 000 but I didnt sco It Tho brick used- iu Mt Sterling are not tho ismoothosf and beetle tho world and ias all tho residences aro built of them 1 would suggest that an outward ap plication ot a light gray paiut on rod would very materially improve tho looks of things Tho artificial etono sidewalk has not reached Mt Sterling In any quan tity yet but thoro is some natural stouo and room for a good deal mdro Cltfbs aro numorous The Com mercial Club tor businHKs purposes exclusively has a 15000 building owned by tho individuals ooinpot iug it Tho Controversial Club is a de bating club composed of choice voting men Tho Straw lied Fishing Club matches il h when it cant buy ttiomf and tells tho truth with somo irregu larity tho Sloiling Hunting Club owns its grounds on Slalo creek the Mt Sterling Gun Club does Home shooting with moro or less acouraoi and in eonelu ion thoro are the MouM gonery and tho Sterling Ball Clubs notbiso...

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 November 1894

v D0CATK PDBLI SHIM COMPANY Tuesday November 13 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner We arc authorized to announce John C Wood an a candidate for Kail road Commissioner for tho Eastern District of Kentucky subject to the action of the Republican party What struck us McMahan hnajob Was it an avalanche It is Judge E UOllcar Kirk the Court House is yours The earth has gone Renublicau Wo tip our hat to you Judge ORear The Eagle tlys over all Rooster has slunk out of sight The The Dom crate did jtay the Re publicans What kind of Democrats The Ed C UKoar Kirk Co Lim ited will do business at the Court House for the next three years The only blttor drop in ths cup the Republicans are lifting to their lips is that they didnt put out a lull ounly ticket There mint have been a Contrary Club with a large membership hero as -well as in Louisville judging from the result ot Tuesday vote Of all sad words of tongue or pon the saddest are theso Mt might have been Why didnt wo run a full tick...

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 November 1894

I C J B y l j - im lOTl f i i S R r jliliymniiwiiwr npi iiiiiimniiimjiij J t r Call and f s k ecq THOS KENEDY The Leading i Druggist Tho best of I 7 ovcaything at reasonable price Gwi O O Howard has been placed nJho retired list of the army Tho Republicans swept tlio country kTucsday Tho Trusts put up the Pprlqo of sugar Thursday Journal Micjiael Kelly butter known as Kinjj Kol tlie famous ball player died Thursday of Pneumonia at Boston Dr Talmago has again resigned eharge ot tho Brooklyn Tabernacle It ia said ho will go into the evaugo lostic work At Grayson on the night of election Louis Kitchen aged sixty eight years dropped dead just as he was leaving tho poll whore ho had acted all day as a Judge At Moscow the medical students at tacked tho house of Prof Zanchuriti the eccentric physician to the late Czar whooo cuso ho was accused of not iindeivtaiidiusr At Paducah WedneHtiay night v Officer Ed Phelps dropped doad just 41s ho emerged tloiu a liiiniiug build ing wlidro ho hud i...

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 November 1894

Ftf AUTHORS SLIPS Amusing Errow THnt Hnvo llccn Mnde by Mirny Fiunoini Writers Somo ono has bcon telling tho read ers of tho 3t Louis Globo Doinocrat nbout tho errors of -which well known authors aro guilty in their books er rors in history philosophy astron omy geography everything Read what ho says Shakespeare sponks of King John and his barons as fighting with can non whereas theso instruments of destruction wore then entirely-unknown ho causes one character to mention printing 300 years boforo iho timo of Gutenberg and another to alludo to striking clocks in the days of Julius Cccsar ho mentions a billiard tablo as part of tho furniture of Cleopatras summor palaeo and ciiuacs nuuior to quotu lie makes ridiculous blunders in geog raphy giving seaports to Bohemia iu inland country and speaking of Dolphos as an island Inn popular novel of recent date tho author decided to kill his victlnz with consumption and then garo him all tho symptoms of pneumonia Wilkio Collins avoided blunde...

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 November 1894

i t M F 4- ij r v ii K DUPLICATE STREETS j Bettoit Appear to Mo tho Chief Sinner Among Cities In This Ilogurd Thero are 6310 streets and nvo nxios in Boston against 1000 in Now York Directory searching in tho pther largo postofllces of tho United States is a snap compared to it fan tho Hub t j It may ho interesting to know that an Boston thoro aro 4G5 gonuino duplicates of street names over twico as many as can ho found io gothor in tho directories of tho four great cities of London Paris New York and Chicago with a total of 1 times tho number of stroots in Bos ton In Paris there are somo 90 dupli cates 130 in London 3 in Now York and nono in Chicago so far as can bo found in tho directory Philadelphia comes nearest tho Hub in this matter of duplicate names of streets that city being ablo to boast of somo 200 Tho clorks in tho federal building in boston invent all manner of schemes td aid their memory in tho present streot nomenclature Re contly Superintendent Field hit upon tho pla...

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 November 1894

The sterner and more revolting phases of life ffo subdued and tho higher qualities of friendship irnd lovo obtain on tho yielding of human suffering and tho restoration of health strength and contentment Tho following is calcu lated to assuage human passion and be get elevated thoughts and actions II S Cate merchant North Oakland Fa writes Please send six bottles of Dr Fcnners Kidney and Backache Curo to Samuel Cate Amcsburg Mass It is for my mother who would bo glad to givo you a strong recommendation of this medicine as she thinks it has pro longed her life It is equally good in all kidney diseases female complaints blood and skin diseases etc If satis faction not given money refunded Take homo a bottle to day Soven Years Ministry A gimon by Kldcr II I Clnrk pnstor of tlie Christian chmcli Mt Sterling K dulhcivd November 4 lSJl tho occasion being tho com pletion off even years of his minUtiy Dent xxxi 10 13 Timo is the narrow isthmus that connects tho infinite bygone with tho etor...

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 November 1894

1 M h 1 1 r 5 11 ST County Court Day Thoro was about 1500 cattle on the market Tho quality was about as good as usual Sales woro a little slow and buyers did not seem to bo as anxious to tako tho 6jock offered as they wore last court day Wo noticed the following persons with stock at Fitzpatricks yards from Morgan county Salyers Co J C Couch man Bricp Stucoy Itobort Cecil J JBalsoy Gividen Lacy W B Allen and Joo Perry Magoffin county was represented by J D Allen Gold Jlosvard and L C 13ayo From Wolfe county Swango Pieratt J M Hose W II Wilson and S C Williams Allen Trimble from Johnstown 0 H Downing J W Kothwell and H 13 Little of Monefeo county A J McKonzio of Rowan comity Nelson Hays of Knott county A Stanley J W Clino of Floyd county There were sovoral other parties with stock on tho market but wo did not get their uuiuuh Wo got the following sales of cattle J D lleid bought about 25 yearlings weighing about 800 pounds at fiom f to 3 cents per hundred Ed itt bought some feoders 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. — 20 November 1894

wH V if f R 1 ft I- an pr a to gr pe fo thV a 1I fa air H Z Tair THE ADVOCATE Monthly Crop Report A reumo of tho correspondence to this office for tho inontli of October 91 Tin drouth that haspiovajled in this Stato for month pat has boon broken in a very low counties Tho bowing of wheat lias been ver much retarded in nihiiy 1 oulltief and koiiio eoi re spondents report will not bo able on acronnt of the dionth to sow inoie than one half crop All gtonnd ex cept corn gi on nd had become o veiy hard t ha- it could tiot bo plowed Where there has been rain the ciop look well como tip cll and is making good growth but many counties report that it looks small and tendor From sonio sections where it was sown early fears are had that it has sprouted and perMied tor the want of moisture which itis hoped is -tot tine for it is too late to resow I have sent out from thioillco thU fall three kinds ofwiieat namely Oregon Itedltnssian and lied Clauson tluee very excellent varieties grown in Ohio ...

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 November 1894

Oa MT- jjMp nrvw wsfl c A 80NQ OF GLEN DN Puro this Is biassed Erin nn this tho 6ameglnl Thegold is on tho whlnbush tho waters sing again Au the Fairy Thorns In flowor an what alia my heart then Flower o tho May Flowor o the May IVVlifct tibonf tho Muytlme An ho far away 8umnv lores tho green glen tho white bird lures tho sea An the win must kiss tho heather top whcro the orohls hides n hoe As the bco Isdear to the orchis sweet so ono la dear to me Flowor o tho rwo Flower o tho rose A thorn pricked mo ono day But nobody knows The bracken up the braesldo litis rusted in tho Tho birches stoop together bo silver limbed an fair Och golden leaves aro flyln fastf but thd scar let roan Is rare Berry o tho roan ij Berry o tho roanl Cj Tho wind sighs among tho trees W But I sigh nlono Wi Sat vJ 1 knit besldo tho turf Are I JpIn upon the W1ICU1 Winter nights for thlnkinlongl Round runs tho reel Hat ho never know he nover know that hero for him Id kneel Sparkle o tho Are EparklW thollrel Mothe...

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 November 1894

a P VM W U tl ai 1 I I tot 1 vi a C li il s A i -- r CATE PUBLISHIHG COMPANY uesday November 13 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner Wo are authorized to unnoutico John C Wood as u candidate Tor Rail road Commissioner for iho Eastern District of Kentucky sobject to the action of the Ropublicap parly The record breaking Republican plurality in Pennsylvania according to official returnsis 241397 Complete olflcial returns from the Ninth Congressional district show that tho Hon S J Pngb Republican yjiA elected over tho Hon Rolla K Hart by a plurality of CG2 Rev N T Hopkins the defeated Republican candidate in tho Tenth District will it is said contest Jo Kendall seat in Congiess to whMi lie was elected at tho November elec tion Tho plurality of John K Ilendrick over his Republican opponent in the First Congressional district U 30000 Instead of -4000 as at first stated The Democratic majority in the State will reach 10000 instead of falling oelow 5000 Henry county Democrats will ...

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. — 20 November 1894

V l ki uu L eco econd Iiand Door plates f J THOS KENEDY The Loading Druggist Tho boat of cvoaything at reasonable pricce Tin lard cans at Uaums V D WBauui has sold his interest in tho Mt Sterling Til phono Exchanuo to W T Fitzpatrick S W Gfaitskill John William and WJH Turner left Sunday for Cumber t land Gap to limit quail Thev will fjet the birds too if they are to bo f found Cap Gilliepio shipped last Wcdnrs Jay 125 head of cattle Weight 1453 pounds to Jersey City Ho sold on xhu same day 25 head of cotton mules at 70 per head It S Scobee Sheriff of Clark jpi cquntv was in tho city Monday Mr sWQC0Dee nas mauo one 01 1110 uui cera Clark has over had and will re tire January 1st Sheriff John C ltichardson yesterday sold tho right of redemption in tho Dr James Thornloy propertv in Mattio tLeu to the Columbia Finauco and Trim Co for 150 During tho our ending Juno 30 R jISIU Fourth Assistant Pontmaster M General Muxwtll called Iho Juan for short appointed 23166 viatic fourth ilaHs poii...

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 November 1894

II l S I f f I tfti w F1 I P I v 5 Ti f lJ - 1 a t p n p al Pi 1 hi pa al at t ouj clis in ffl urn i7 a4 mi tf I i rx 4k i fife1 W f r ft J1 I S TOJ -a V j iMfffl SIB4B31Jil v IJ 4-4-- TWO LAUREATES Of lovo ami chivalry a poet vang A kingdom with his praises rantr Tho quoen gavo car nmld tho tolls of state noaohed forth and crowned him laureate Of gentlor themes another purely wrote In words as sweet as wild birds nolo Which when upon a dying car thoy fell Brought peaco as by eoiuo holy Though ono of these should miss tho othor 1 hold Thoworlds applauso the sovereigns gold Which of tHo singers rising to rqnown At last will wear tho brighter crown F RGould In America Womans Journal A LAWYERS SCAB Your kind letter Harry cauiojluly to baud and you will bo Em prised to learn that a careless iuostion of yours will draw forth enough in an swer to cover a sheet What caused that scar on my temple It is n professional senr Hurry ono that I have carried ever since my earliest practice and alt...

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