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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 January 1895

I l h J T b P UMUK HH IhB n r rti 1 j rVpQ If- A fiftx i M Y s ifct Hi M 1 Ie chief source of ivnrv la tkt K UxthSTiiSnteof Africa sia Tvoty o fibininod mw 1m Mtafrdwingfo tho African first cut OXhibitlnc himllv irwiv in being j first of a transparent Hiterwaxn pimii5g lighter in MT AmtiOL WMi ftrfc rut la Hlrn rican whlcfclM bn cut for some but iwsw yU4w by exposure xfcttraxxl i Gamble bf baincr mnro aighlyipolislufd tbaatbolAfiiatifi va nety Besides olephaat iyoVy otber sub- rances iiavo bm lwgtJy used in tbe trying of tho iddrfceiL nutablv fc BazjPPoioii ivory It isiitejwkng to note that King Ohtera of Norway visited King Alfred tbe Groat in 890 A D after a Irus hunt in the North sea ono of e objoots of which was the obtain ed walrus ivory Anothorvery portent sourco of ivorv is that ob tained from tbe mammoth tho ox tmct Elephaa primigenius Lttrge quantities of this ivory have Teeu founcintho frozen soils of Si ria it beicVtsaid that nearly all Rue turned ivory work of Russia has...

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. — 3 January 1895

di -- KW ItlMIl - jy - tHKTf a r V WWT li I Mi CV 7 - inriv t t S Si 1v 5 s k js5 n j B s 1ft J v v t 5 t Kfc W11 tS - R li I Alt Sty m f 2V i ij y iHfflf Etamlng anil Comptaltant Tho feeling existing In tho bosom of W K BrownVlolsi Iowa when be wroto The doctors pronounced mine a eevero case of blood poisoning cnuscd by kidney disease Kept my bed two months They Ravi md up to die when 1 got Dr Fenncrs Kldnej and Backacho Cure Soon commenced dischrg injf matter in tho urine At tor taking flvo bov ties I got all right well and sound It is re garded as a wonderful cure I was expected tc die as I am 70 years old This would bo won dcrtul If wo were not used to receiving just sue letters Equally good in femalo complaints rheumatism heart discaso dropsy- and aX blood diseases Restores tho kidneys purifier tho blood and heals tho diseased tissues Ilcaltl la tho result If satisfaction not given monej refunded Take homo a bottle today Tlio now triune resilience of Sat Ttirloy on Harrison ave...

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. — 8 January 1895

st ox j 1 v l -- 4 V5 1 iO S d SSj w Kr Jt ivyfnn IjV PERSONAL MENTION t v - v n NfotMrs William Helwig is very low with pneumonia 5p Miss Lizzie Apporeou rotuined to school in Cincinnati Monday Mr James Wado and sou Bornon of Clark conntv were in tho city Aatr t NorvollT Benton tho all aronnd man of tho Advocate 53 oil tho siqK list Hon Jk II Holloway of Winches ter State Sonator of this district was iu tho city Monday eEnnss M Jluth Agnes returned Sat urday from Cincinnati wboro 6ho has been viaitlnjr her broth T Mrs A J Amok who has been vleitiughor parents at La Fayette Ind is oxpected homo to dav - Elder W T Tibbs filled tho pulpit at tho Methodist church in tho ab sence of tho pastor llev C J Nugont Mrs Lucy Campbell who has been very sick we aro glad to say is very much improved aud will soon bo up agpfn CAHarris of the Advocate left yostorday for a winters Btay in search of tho health denied him in this nlimato Ml Mr AUon Lone and Misses Annie Morris and Annio Lone of Huntin...

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. — 8 January 1895

rt kVVi W I - xM FftfcM DAYTO OaY From tiny to day Tata no thought for th morrow Tfky hope or why reniombcr Or la tho Dccembor Bun idly out to borrow Tho rosea of Ue Myf From day to day This momunt lt tho lover With which to lift tho mountain And looao tho prisoned fountain That flows nnd flaws forever And quonchos thirst for aye From day to day Thcro Is no wldor moasuro BraTtly as you may will It Striving you cannot fill It Bo llfos immortal treasure Is hidden In the day Annlo h Muxzoy In Youths Companion A BOKDEE EDITOR Arthur John Roylston was a nows papor man and an obscuro ono His namo novor figured in Tho Journalist nor in Tho Fourth Estate but all tho samo thcro woro no flics on A J Roylston Ho -was editor and propri otor and a part of tho typestioking staff of Tho Border Scout published in a small town on tho Amorican sido of tho lino closo to Moxico I have found it convenient to forgot tho namo of tho town as thero aro still somo lively shootors loft there nnd they may poro...

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. — 8 January 1895

A O f it i ii il t A- c I 1 r X A i f Ml en 0 tint that Pjnnol tit Ma in course elliptic WWrla wfih all her kindred peseta Jiu bar Mttle sliver Mtr met to Hry Mars W Uanv anlrllA U S- i JEvwr mrtivd away tb people- 1 i fTIU r rink Into her bosom J I from the roeh regions arclte l f j 4 Ta the burning south t Spirit iotent ffotoratait with force tyrannic MnCf hatred fraud ambition Hope ami fear despair and maltoet These md many more Hut among them Them are two whoso power Is greater Notte or high or low escapo them RIeti or poor or wise or foolish AH thutv BWAVlhntn nil One la hunger Palo and gaunt and much dovourlngf Dally we must do him service Else be works us cruel mischief And lit Inncrtli hn kills fc A i i riTXi fc Lovo the other p J sfceantlfnl and full of promise 1 Hope and joy aro his attendants Yet when scorned despised neglected Ho brings ovll too Iove and hunger These are earths most mighty rulers Love tho soul claims for his province Hunger dominates tho tody Both obeyed...

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. — 8 January 1895

m i m m L i i - i K V w Ftf p B yy A tii - At IDJCM8 PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday January 8 1896 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner Wo aro authorised to announce John C Wood an a candidate for Kail road Commissioner for U10 Eastern Diatrtct of Kentucky subject to the action oftho Republican party Tks Messengers Unwise Tirade The Morgan Messenger publish cd at W33t Liberty near the hoino of Thomas Blair was unwise and misguided enough to deliver itself of the following The italics arc ours News has just reached us that TltoiuaSj Bloir our countynian recently incarcerated in the Montgomery county jail for shoot ing at his coiiBin Dick Day with out wounding him and while in jail awaiting the action of the law soma of Mt Sterlings citizens who sire cowardly outlaws and unprin cipled debased fiends without any jioisy protest from the jailor toolc JJiair from the jail and murdered Mm by hanging him Such conduct is a sad commentary on the civili zation of the citizenship of Mont gomery ...

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. — 8 January 1895

rcs MEN 0 Kffrfl Wm ill WiLA Air AL p t Cast For IS Gash Only 4 tion Repairs kept in stock for Oliver Chilled South Bend Averys and Bissell JPlows K - s i ll J F Fi3 - My stock ot MISCEL LANEOUS BOOICR t roost all this week for raf C A 8 II Illufttratnd i5 Gift Books Novell Po- j am Bet of Ranks etc tsu Call and look at them Km flfil Respectfully HOS KENNEDY AWA The LeadlriK DrugRlat ist and Book Seller Mt Sterling Ky MUSH DEVLEIt IX USi iili LEADERS E v I 1 IS I 11 1 b 1 That are known throughout the country The Celebrated Vul can Chilled Plow Hi a J HH I r 111 5 I Hardware Qneensware Tinware ioodwareStoYes ASM A FULXi TIKE OF Agricultural Implements S I j o Kl ft tl S lTf m Iwlf ES S3 Jfer IS zsi 1 Stoddard New Climax M 3 and Tiger Disc ij rows Evans Tripple Drag S Harrow STOVES all guaran teed to give ai i i m i m KTt B ia UOODS AND ONLY Hoods Sarsaparilla is the medi cine for you blood purifier If Because it is the best HOODS CURES m r5 fenkl jlnsiirc at once with W CiVl OFF- ha...

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. — 8 January 1895

fc yi r f i fit K V ft I li te SJl - M W r iBf lIWr JP 1 XT h v - V HORROIS OF modern WARFARE I 1 A German Invention In tho Interest of Humanity and Industry A youug Gorman haa perfected on avontion which in behalf of all phi lanthropists we hail with undisguised delight This is nothing less than aniplo eivo calculated to mitigate tlio hor rors of war and to lend to interna tional conflicts an opera bouffo char actor in pleasing contrast to tho se rious business hitherto connected with that method of settling differ ences of opinion Our Teutonic friends explosive generates a pow dor or a gas or something or other which will envelop tho Opposing ar mies in darkness and throw tho sol diers into paroxysms of coughing and sneezing It will bo seen at once of course that when two armies are engaged in sneezing their heads off they can not successfully engage in long range firing When the coughing spell is on them a charge is out of tho ques tion Generals and privates would be alike involv...

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. — 8 January 1895

f u t - - flw T 1 If r IlllllWIil 111 I WIIIIIMJ ll IIMI1I fL t L Bile I Ftrjtrat a bfctflMM house on c sy X 0riwMl lr lrltd to call on w attmaew qnir South gtHwU Apply to II Clay RtrAYid jtj jffay SmY farm on DonaUon CTOK IWO BHCKIlllg millCB ouo a QUI lorwi Rnd thp other a brown marc 0rner oan havo thorii by proving -property and paying charges l Gooigo F Gateon t 7 3ldo View Kyv h TAxesf um1 TaxesIH - All taxaa aro pt duo and my torn Of offlr66xpirMtuo first day of vuaryjiSRB Tlioso who do not pay In tlo oxtten days will bo levied on ijmfandniuat pay another additional t Wi Wipercout toe saut levy ana navo men 6 VW r v n fe1 O 4 l W 3f l iAK VW 1 rl 5 yferiK perty soiu i mean an wno navt paid v Jno 0 EicitAnDSOK ocombor31894 Sheriff I9ttf Now York Tlio Sonthwontmn lifted Solid Vostlbnled trains with combination library Buffet am smoking cars Wagner Bleeping can elegant coaches and dining cars land ing passengers in Now York city at 42d Street JDopot Positively no forrj transfer B...

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 January 1895

fPWSBS ft V i if fit K fc te r - k - y Wmmmm Ky Vi A V3W f rj t II 1 k i 1 I X1 i1i iji 1 w v umWM 4 i5yw mi jru SHTT Tlioro are noaily -1000 cases of measles in Indianapolis by tho esti mate of the Board of Ileal th Tho retiring City Treasurer of Val peraiso Ind is accused of having embezzled 13860 of thn citys money James Wulker a former million aire partner of Mackoy Flood Fail and OBrien died a pauper at San Francisco tho other day John Fogarty of Danville diod on tho night of January Iri from inter nal injuries raceived from being struck in the stomach by a calf There was a large llro in tho State Imbecile Asjlumat Columbup Ohio January 4 in which about 40000 to 50000 worth of property was do stroyed John L Vanaradoll ShorilTof county shot and mortally wound ed Dr FL Ilarrod ofllarrodsburg on Friday Tho shooting grow out ot a left over election quarrel Rov George E Strickner of Georgetown filled tho pulpit of the Sharpsburg Baptist church Sunday morning and evoning Pastor S C H...

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 January 1895

Ji i 1 v L fr ki I y L J I -v i y ft t ft - - r rari HL 1 IHT v4f ni J SPECIAL SALE DAYS To the Public School Teachers Georgetown College appreciating ttjka earnest desire of tho teacher of tyllo Public School to fit themselves n the best manner possible for their ifbrk decided last Juno to open a mal Department or tho last half of this Scholastic year I am glad to announce now to all teachors that in- instruction in that Department will liegin Jau 22 tho opening of tho Spring term of tho College Tno in struction will be in charge of tho Fac ulty of tho College and will bo thorough and in keopiug with tho best modern methods Dr Rucker will have charge of Mathematics Dr Yager Civil Government Dr East wood Natural Sciences M5bs Pollard HUlory Prof Pultiain English Gram mar and general Normal methods In addition to tho Normal course the teachers may avail themsolvcs of the advantages of any or all clashes in tho Collegeand in this way fit themselves it desired for advanced work For thi...

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 January 1895

I 1 1 ii if v r - ft JV ft- I -1 MRif a hit is ft l B 4V A R E- f ii - VoUa vl 4 t Jt - jja iHHflRPVvKMffiscH IM QUD TO SEE YOU are oftea slad to meet other folks you Know Brt they Sometimes falter when it cornea tc Baying no Or they say Im glad t eoo y oh bo faint and low That you wonder Just how far their gladsome feelings go Bay Im glad to seo you when you mean It Speak it out Dont blto off n pleco of it Mid leave the rcit in doubt Let your lips know what your bouI 1b thinking most about Does it toko nn orator to say tho sentence right Does It need much rhetoric tomakoyou feci its might Has it not a thousand tongues which tell its meaning quite You feel it when youro going homo and see tho window light You soo it In n mvcthenrts Bmllo blushing warm nnd brlht In a mothers morning kiss -and in tho last at night In tho babys reaching arms which tell tho snmo delight Glad to see you Oh you friends of dead yesterday Could wo only hear it from your dear lips far away Could wo tell it i...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 15 January 1895

KiT i luffiSg KM WW k m w i J a0 It Itf i 1v j I - - rWniM i I a i a - - lo 30rr a wdfiB W 4 F In the salftot of lifes reverses Whea thy pathway alt serins dork Black m midnight unlllumlncd Ee by pleasures faintest spark When deep gloom and sad foreboding uraaws ineo wmin its arms And thy soul la filled vrlth broodiaca Working HI like evil charms WlBthy labor all seems useless Andexlstenco ono great pain Jojr and hopo are fled forever And to struggle on seems vain Do some tender deed of mercy To a soul With sorrow racked t Give the balm of lovlnjr kindness In some helpful little act That one deed thy soul will lighten And 1U heavy gloom will lift As a ray of brilliant sunshine Through tho blackcatcloudsmaydrlft Good Housekeeping ML HTOFS HOLIDAY Mr Hard Announced cheerfully to usTiotter half as ho stepped into tho sitting room and deposited several frown paper bundles upon ono of the chairs Why to bo sure sho responded brightening up I had almost for gotten that it will bo a holiday...

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 January 1895

W A M Rft re Ek S t I lb 92SS2 St wmwmwww 1D0CATEJPUBLISHIHGJ0MPAHY Tuesday January 15 1895 ANNOUNCEMENTS ForRallrpad Commissioner Wo arc authorized to announce John 0 Wood an a candidate for llall road Commissioner for 1J10 Eastern District of Kentucky subject 10 tlu action of the Republican parly During tlio year 1891 tlioro wore 170 lynchlngs in the United Stales OttlnsolGG wore in tho Southern States and 24 in tho Northern States Tho largest numbor wero in Georgiti boing 20 Kentucky and Alabama como next with 19 each Is It uot time wo wero doing something to remedy this evil To what purpose is it that wo organize an immigration bureau in our Stato so long as this state of affairs oxlsts People will not seek such a place for a home mi- less they can find no othor if thoy arc ceklng for peace prosperity and so curitv If we desire to induce othors to como to Kentucky to live wo mtt6t bo able to furnish thorn witn good and an assurance of safety to themselves and their fami lies Wo ...

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 January 1895

iw tJK f ft4V dcTnofc ac my goods at GwtjPyet you will find tlwfc my prices are urn- t XiSrnViiml reasonable JMy -goods are guaranteed be of best quality My Btook complete Prcscrip tions a specialty Your patronage is respectfully solicited and you are in- itcd to give mo a call I lm J Ed I Mitchell m DEALER IX i Hardware Queensware Tinware WoodwareStoves AND A FULL LINE OF Agricultural Implements LEADERS That are known throughout the country The Celebrated Vul can Chilled Plow Uhttd iHhM kJU Oi 5ySH B u JWWMimlllLlwr AMHgHHMJUI TIIOS KENNEDY The Druggist all ooiHV tion Repairs kept in stock for Oliver Chilled South Bend Averys and Bissell Plows wx f HiHB vB J WVHEK Y j - mm Tig JH5iW wtmmmmmmmmnmnmmmmmm hm 1 1 m7A fSL rai m I I K r 1 JC si KViF VtJ fiSi 5J B- K5 r PS Si m w Stoddard New Climax m a po ri tjt V iiiui jiLti ZaT arj rows k ------ WJ Evans Tripple Drag m Harrow s lu STOVRS W LVW W fcl gjg I ft I 1 1 s il OODS AMD ONuil 1 Hoods Sarsaparilla is the medi or you purifier ml ...

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 January 1895

ft F r l IV - V it V 3t v SW Ho Dined on Coke ssfi tREATURES THAT TUMBLE UPWARD Deep Sea Fish Face ft Dancer Unknown to Other Living Things It is only reaaonablo to suppose that the ability to sustain an enormous pressure can only bo acquired by ani mals after generations of gradual mi grations from shallow waters Thoso forms that are brought up by the dredgo from the depths of the ocean are usually killed and distorted by tho enoraious and rapid diminution of pressure in their journey to the surface and it is extremely probable that Bhallow water forind would bo similarly killed and crushed out of shape -wore they suddenly plunged into very deep water Tho fish that live at these enor mous depths are in consequence of the enormous pressure liable to a curious form of accident If in chas ing their prey or for any other rea bou they rise to a considerable dis tance above the floor of the ocean tho gases of their swimming bladder be come considerably expanded and their specific gravity...

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 January 1895

t w Dt K S 12 1 Q ri fM ADVOCATE c lABBlfe QANS A SONQ letforthe Advocate 0 a little Vine clad cottage ik among my natlvo heather near ftiJst across tho meadow lands tnkhe day of which Im dreaming Whcro Kved y llttlo sweetheart Abbio dans J JhslioWfts young and fair With tho hot tost golden batr ButtkonngelacamoforhcronodaT Awl bore her on their wings nway My precious little sweetlicurt Abblo Gans wnVe of ten mot at oven tldo t Tovownuonthorlrer And listen to the mockingbirds a tunc An4 tho memory of those tiear day f Will cling to mcfiwieVcr v s And tho musio ot Wer laughter hushed so won Refrain - 1 On the weWow syny was winding 5s From oar cottago down to tliolrii jHH ffl mmtr m FOOT H V AlHl a clamp of hawthoriiO bushes grow between Hut tUo sweetest memories linger Kouudtlio lmwthorno she called Jwrs rhre oft In summer twilights wo wore seen Iidiiow often In tho glontnlng Whi6 tho mystio sounds of oven Wm voo uacK um memory 01 inoso uuurunys m And my heart Is weary waiting Vit t...

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 January 1895

Mr rr K W t JFj wVt XK fV klte SS m jt t wrtjn thi liyB JS xssw V wfT t11 riiK if f ys Vf DISBURSEMENTS Plantation colored people are often afflicted as Dr Fenner found when traveling in the soutli Their diseases tvnro nninfiil Many of them had wht they called a rising under the jar This was a swelling of the paraUi or 6ub maxilary gland He used with them invariably his Golden Relief As it re lieved the pain and reduced the swell ing almost immediately in every case they called it Golden Relief Quick a not inappropriate name Dr Fenner met a planter who informed him that ho would sooner bo without corn meal and bacon on which his colored help subsisted than Golden Relief which he used to cure their aches pains summer complaints and flux This Remedy cures any ailment which has Inflamma tion and pain as its base from a chronic bronchitis toapulmonary consumption Inflammation can no more exist in pres ence of this remedy than can the honey beo under the fumes of sulphur No in flammation...

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 January 1895

H jr - m W V ij n l fj Pffl f 77ryvig jfcailBsW 11 if For Cash THE OFFER FOR THIS bozodont - - 7 5995 Hubifocim - - s iycff Sopafoam - - 19c jV Zbiiweiss Paste - - iqcI j COJIMOVWRAI TII OK KfNTUCKY EXECUTIVE DEPAUTStEXr Wheueas Jt liasbcmi mad known to mo by tho Oircuit and Juiiniv L Judges of Montgomery County Ky i hat Thomas Blair waw taken Irom the jail of said county on tlu night of De cember 3 1 1894 by a mob of un known pcrfioii8aud hanjjed until dead and Slid unknown permmn are now fuitivefi from juMjn going ai lHigi and tlio Bid Judges liHving recoin lnoniled tlmt a reward ls tlU rml for tlio upprheiisiun of t uid lujiiiivcrf tit n lm I 1011 N YOUG MHOWN Oovernpr of the Ooinjioji wcltli aforemillohry ollur a re ward of Four Iundieilx Uellrfru paeh tor tlio apprehension of ami conviction of the unknown murderers of Mid IJIair or any one of thpm IS TE8TIMOXV WIIEKEOK I llHVO tiuto kci my hand and caused the Seal of the Commonwealth to he alllxed Dono at Frankfort tho 12th V U...

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 January 1895

a i ft it riT B r f l II 8 v tf r - V Iff f hW e Br iTr v V Hpirlt of Twilight through your folded wings I catch n glimpno of your averted fare And rapturous on a sudden ray soul sine la not this comiuoA earth a holy placo Bplrii of Twilight you rro lllco n song Th sleeps nnd waits n Blugor liko a bymv That God finds lovely nntl fc cpa near him Iou Till iys choired hy oriolod cherubim Spirit of Twilight In tho golden gloom Of dreamland dim I Bought you and I found A woman sitting in a ullcnt room Full of white fl wera tliat moved and mado no sound Thcso whlto flowers vjero tho thoughts yoo bring to oil And tho rooms namo Is Mystery whero you sit Womnn whom wo call Twilight when nights pall You lift across our earth to covor it Olive Custanco In Yellow Book THE MR INVALID It was just nbout a half Lour after tho arrival of tho overling stage and tho ceremony of meeting that insti tution having heon religiously ob- sorvol by overy citizen of tho camp White Hawk -was nowongnged in its u...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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