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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 5 February 1895

Ifr fA b ri - HnSmniB 1 W Preacher 11 coffin jiiay Dumu it u Q STflE ADVOCATE lMMlWiWMtMHHHWW LOVES HAZARD I asked you In my simple way What is idvei and you nld ftt a gam that Bomo hearts play lly man and womn played I seemed not though toundcritand Whoref ore to make It plain You mild it I would take a hand K Terljapa you could cxplalu r - Twas thus the game began and I 1 must bo very dull For though I know Indued I try To get tho meaning full J cant Bomchow for thinking you Have such scductlvo eyes And wondering what you would do If you should win tho prize rYou know youtold me that tho heart Was always mado tho die And If wo got nn oven start Tho gunio would bo n tie It wasnt fair you had tho best Iligiairoin the beginning And though the gamo began In Jest Imnpw bent on winning And yet 1 know that you must win As Ive but ono in ovpn Though It youre fair youll lets begin Tho gamo over oven And then O pshawl I wish your eyes Had boen less alluring Oh that slnco now yonvo won tho p...

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 February 1895

1 r 4 Sr r Vs r A IT- r y It fr re 4 c V 6km J 4 1 i 1 yaffil I J to M t f 4t j4 1 vf 1 -- Thi great netdtf It is Hot Hha diteovtrv of a medicine that will euro all kid ney diseases latno soro or aching1 backs that will curs all femal diseases restoring1 Ameri can woman phytitalty to tho high plan in civilization aha occupies intellectually morally and Bocially giving ton to hor muscles elasticity to her step a glow of health to her cheek and sweetness to hr dispo sition nor that will purify tha blood curing all skin eruptions scrofula rheu matism dropsy heart diseases head ache and nervous languor No that is not what is needed for that is already done The medicine has long been dis covered It is Dr Fenners Kidney and Backache Cure But what Is wanted is a unxvtrtal hnoukdai cf the fact And that is just why this article is written to ffivt knowhdgi of thtfact Dr Fcnner knows it will do these things for he has sold it for 20 years money refunded if satisfaction not given It will not d...

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 February 1895

fr y i IvbT f aesTirfv VOLY - ti ft WE fc i w is nw - I 3f j c J 8 mya tlicfiijV I A i r j - j iiiv - v t fm 1 v i r r r -4 1 h i cB PROPOSE Overcoats Mens Suits Boys Suits Mens Hats Boys Hats FURNISHING GOODS ii AiM Jif Whid t tfiEKOiNlij T - LLtJl iS iTSTT JTTTtrsTTrrrrTTrTT - -A r yr yT v v rfti A 7n y X3l A A is X GOING TO SELL Bapg Bar am t n v ft f - vi a itayJL JLJL J itobliflAj To advertise our New firm for the next Thirty Days by offering all comers such bargains as would be out of the question except for the favorable terms we made to secure this stock - Mens Boots Mens Shoes Ladies Shoes Misses Shoes Boys Shoes Room must be made for thTe new stock our buyer will be purchasing when this reaches your eye We extend to all a cordial invitation to call and secure some of the truly wonderful bargains we are offering Denton Guthrie Co Li 5 9 WV T frC tMty fifth MVERSPY T HE MT STERL KG B4ITIST f CHURCH A Day In the History of This Church Not To Be Forgotten i1ho Mt Sterling Bapt...

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 February 1895

u 1 s t t ti I c b a ai w vi un At MI of die wi OIK bo J ncs Ha wot COp gag ovci tok is la ever is or mort mak nrT7m K I r hi J V ihtM LJ hyt A Mi Willi busii au c Shar Thoy trio plant this v the M pany f at tho mado Dogk I ftdvIcejB I zona uR tj mistalfjK then giwgL Works 3fir can geM road tv I AndthtJ 1 q THE ADVOCATb MEMOWIES Do you over ticiim of hours Tlutt nra Untied with tho past O v tt ever scan the fnecs Timlin memory urocnet Do on ever licur the ices 1 hut tin tiled you long ngo LIU thctnusle lliuigoc pulslnjr Through jotir snipes to nnd fro Jo 7011 ever eco the twinkle f mi ijo tint beamed on jou With the loxc llglit ever gleaming In Its depths of brow 11 or blue Do you e cr hear the 1 Ipple Of 11 laughter that la hushed Or feci again tho hitter tears From binning uus that gushed Jf bo then thou liasl realized Tlnit nicnior nlono Can otcr biing to llico again Tho hours thn hn 0 flown Ortcr rc nvnken The gi iefs and joys known Januai y 18D3 Owen EMMETT D nt liu cuiiii with...

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 February 1895

I li Sc n Aft- v 1f Ml iV - j iTiHN i t n 1 iii 7E -V HE ADVOCATE mwm Many Found in California That Were -Worth aW tune i tT rPALMY V- iv Nngget - DAYS OF MININa 1 Which Weighed 151 -Pounds Six Oancos and Was Worth 36270 LOtSWORTH MORETHAN 5000 1 vV liThatstorv about M SihAins of a gold uugge tin tho mining rogoins of Fatlgonla worth 5000 saio Col T P Brooks who hasbceu a gold miner lu California and Arizona for r t SortyTuvo ywiOALp8 Aiigeiea aceDondcut of the New York Hun teams to havo madb a great commo tion amoncr thoao minora dowrPitr - - w SouthlAmbrica hut that was only a boyofanuggetbtho sidb of many that have been taken out of tho earth and rock in California Daniel Hill who died of delirium tremens in a tfpil in Ds Angeles several years ago was tho luckiest man I over knew or licard of in getting Miildoulv rich Swico Ho du two chunks of solid gold out cflho gravel as simply and ah easy as a man rolls a stouo out of dr lilloiiln Tim limit murirnt ronn 1 Tmin 1SrP tn llin TC...

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 February 1895

I ti bN lf n i j hi 1 advico zona eho mistakes then go works ani r - ean got ai rond from T A a muu muuci - N T re B 15 - tV A- t y bol f wile vJllo nndt Ashe Millc of ho distri wlttn one ov body V Arf i - Joh g noes i P Harol Tvork f coppoi gagom every i to kcoj is largi ovorv l is on a more tl making Mr fl With M busJncs au clet Sharpst - Thoy al trio Hgf plant rl this wor the Mt fr pany eho at the sa - 1 ij illUUU IUI Do not t t i fflBP lT VJsanHK Is v v - r iw m i f fr rvjy JHI Jl Iv -- a -T V v naunjnji imiiwii i DOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday February 12 1895 ANNOUNCEMENTS For RallroadComml8sloner Wo arc authorized 10 umioiincc John C Wood as a candidate for Hail road CoininifuloWM for ilio Eufitcni District of Koiitnoky Biibject to tin action of tho Iloptiblican jjarty A Montfloinory Boy TI10 San Francisco Chronicle of a Into date contains tho fullowing coui plimontary notlco of a gontleman who ie well reinonibored by many of our citizens IlislriondH hero and ho liaB niany...

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 February 1895

s top y School Tablets rN i - i 4rtT i l tscnooi books and all i ivai School -Supplies n VM t T - KENNEDY he Leading Druggist pit Sterling Ky ti Clothing at less than first wholesalo cost at Doiitoii Giithri Gos Itov V E KhIUi will preach at tho Southern Pronbyterian church Sunday night Hurlers A No 1 flour is the very boat in thin market and can bo found at Adam Baum Sons Snow has fallen 25 different days linco tho 5th of Nnvembor 1894 and ivory day since the 26th of December there hasben snow on tho ground Miss Nannie Wliito Wyatt was olecled by tho Ep worth League Socie ty of tho Met liodl nt church to attend tho Epworth Lmiguo Conference to bo hold at Newport - in Eldor II D Clark will fill his pulpit mext Sunday morning and night at the Christian church Ins subject for rjho morning Rcrvice will bo Lifes yesterday and to morrow m m ii Wallaco McMihan nan made appli cation to tho city Connsil for Coflep IIoiho LicoiiRO to run a saloon in tho Irtinjj reconllv vacated by Henry also...

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 February 1895

ft I - nV H I ti fy n KV B - f s copf gaff ovci tok isla over is 06 mon mak MiT witnf buelft an DnurK Thoy trio plant1 this the Mi pany at thof Doi advico zona mistakf thon gP works V rosd tx Mnd theA P7 1 THE ADVOCATE THE OLD MANS DREAM Oh for an hour of youthful Joy Qire back my twentieth spring Td rather laugh a bright haired boy Than reign a gray haired King Off with the ipolU of wrinkled age Away with learnings crown I Tcar out life wisdom written page And dash its trophies ddwnf ne moment let my life blood stream From boyhoods font of flamel Givo mo ono giddy reeling dream Of life all love and fame illy listening angel heard the prayer And calmly smiling said If I but touoh thy silvered hair Thy hasty wish hath sped -But la there nothing In their track To bid thco fondly stay r While the swift seasons hurry back To And the wished for dayl -Ah truest soul of womankind Without thco what were life -One bliss I can not leave behind Ill take my precious wife Tho angel took a sapphi...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 12 February 1895

v THE ADVOCATE rH v it ui3witV2l lilWiWtWtlHWt t When the Bleigk Wu k a rlnglng - uowh iiiwev When the jwrftnclng steeds nro swinging Where the mow is soft and cllngine Theres the lltp or year pints bringing jigicompicte And the girl sylph you found her Waiting there When the thaw lias mjido a grounder 01 yonr craft And home you flounder She Is a good throe hundred pounder Tou could swear i Washington star fF 1 TJo Pope is said to havo oxiroseed his disapproval of tho uso of bicycle y priests A loss of 300000 resulted from tho buniinir of tho Uoduiau tobacco ware- houso at Grucliiunfi fiatiinltn timoita nml Prnmstaiit 1 uut t f w w w linistoraofBayClty Michigan have mitod in a Christian Union to opposi tho A P A A bill will bo presented in tho Now irk Legislature to legalize racing If it passes an amendment will be proposes to tho anti gambling amend ment of tho Constitution r 1 n m 9 Tho Secretary of Wr informs gross that tho orgiuilzft militia of the States aud Territories numbers...

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. — 12 February 1895

BPRflF r - 3 I 3 M l 0 t it 6 is it ill V bi 4 au Sh TV tri j thi the att mai j zohiifk theifprf canlP road IK and JjP s -A dBf wS J srii h tL fi -a t vj 1 1 - Genetiee hat had a gr tat day From early morn sho chased the Buck and at dark brought him to bay in the pres ence 01 thenun tcrs But in tho chase sho ran a thorn quito through her paw It has been extracted A bottlo of Dr Fcnners Golden Relief has beeh poured into a bowl and her paw dipped in it bo that every part of tho wound is saturated and brought under its influence Thero will never be any soreness no swelling no mattcratinp no laying Tip Sho can run again to morrow Is such a remedy worth anything It cures just as readily any fresh wound any cut brnise burn scald or old sore Inter nally it cures any colic dyspepsia pain in stomach diarrhoea dysentery or flux Also it cures promptly any sorethroat bronchitis or consumption if lungs not already disorganized In a word it cures xxx inflammation anyichcre and tho disease whatev...

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. — 19 February 1895

l h h I If 1 m 1 Death of Col Young Col Z T Young aged 48 years cd at his homo in this city on Wod nolay night of apoplexy Ho had Jfccim in Court during the day and though ho was not very well ho did not consider himself a sick man wifo was visiting the family of ono ol hor sons in Morehead and his son A W Young was in Magoflln county on bigness so that Uol Young was alone except for the sorvants around the house He went homo early in the afternoon of Wednesday and com plained of a severe headache By bed time he was feeling so very badly that he told tho negro boy to make a paltot in the hall so that if ho should need any attention during tho night it would bo possiblo to call for it About ono oclock the boy says Col Young called him to mond tho Ore thou asked for a lemon Tho boy started to tho dining room but hearing a labored breathing at Col Youngs bed return ed to his Bide He found Mr Young unconscious and at onco roused the noighbors Drs Charles and C B Duorson wore summoned bu...

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. — 19 February 1895

i 1 w r b It m JOj WUr a thT thl i 1 Ik ifM I I- adlIfmM k tl0fm Mr M caMJffismp m rmKVn if fJrlnK JSWjf tjH THE ADVOCATE v Ovster plates will indentations aro said by caterers to bo out of lanliion HeuUkiu and Persian lamb Is a very fashionable combination in jackets J ipaiiL80 ami UhiuoBo waro is having 11 run almost equal 10 that which intuit John Gilpin edobrated AVoninn vvlu walk or stand with their bands on tliuir hipa aro often hub pouted of coming from tbo laundry Silver plitud 11 wer uots liavo been added to tbo oxuawigant articles in tliti housu buauiilul Now chainpagno glasses aro of the bowl and stem pattern only consider abl smaller Specially detuned cups now come for the cousomuio served so generally at the atleruoon receptions Hand painted bells from tho necks of AJpinu gouts aro included in the drawing room Sho was a Colorado woman who had her mourning stationery embossed with a skull and cross boucs In Paris womon aro wearing a long black velvet strip that has tho a...

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. — 19 February 1895

W rr Wj lf w 1 i t l M 4 11 id I o HE MWOCATB VsnmH FOUR LEAF CLOVER iwww Wo sat beneath the applc trce Hunting four leaf Clover Tho leaves tlicy flitted sun specks down And covered us all over And when sho found ft tiny stem N Wltk tour small lcarcs iipon It I wish von could have seen the eye ilaw beneath that -bonnet TTIicy laughed and danecd Hnd sparkled so Thoy set lores darts agolng4 from hunting tour leaf clover then I went straight way to Wooing r But now tho apple boughs aro bare And snow birds In them Mover And thc Is sleeping neath the sod Where last year grow the clover OWM EKMKTT In Courier Journal m The World Oyer Deaths by violonco iuLondon reach fix from 3UUU to Hfiw a year frOrts are tho stub ends of straw loft by cattle hi footling from tho The leather trade is called fairly prosperous LoUhor is always in clo imud An electric road is now proposed from tho battle field ot Gettysburg all ho way to Baltimore A number of Western 4 water pow ers transmit electric power 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. — 19 February 1895

I tfS r a r rr - 4 feC I r fflJl Si BJ s t f It f n fSVM tf kmm PUBLISHING G0HPAH1 Tuesday February 19 1896 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner I Wo aro authorized to announce aTolni C Wood as a candidate for Hall toad Commissioner for tho Eastern District of Kentucky subject to tho action of the Republican parly The saino old issues that have so vrften handicapped tho people in eelection of first class State aillcials is being injected into the jjresent campaign Politicians aro ciigain insisting that tho paramount issues in the coming campaign arc tho national onos Timo and wigjun the people have been asked -to make tho selection of a tlatc for Governor Auditor Attor ney General etc dependent upon his views on silver the tariff etc fur State officials have about os iuck to do in shaping national legislation us the one provcrbiul Swallow has in making a summer Wo want men to fill our State offices who are honest capable and efficient and wo have no need to ffre a fig what their ...

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. — 19 February 1895

Buy School - h Tablets ScKool Books and all School Supplies of j vffijffigffiS m jVMk t - a KENNEDY The Leading Druggist tilt Sterling Ky IT rtrzs h Born to John G Winn and wlfp f Saturnday lGUi inBt a daughter Borneo Joseph Oockrau and wife f on the L7th lust a oor Ky Vhroo childron were bulned to death at Grayling Mich while their parents wero at a danco Oarrolltons iesuo of 20000 worth Ot water works bondssold for a s premium of 82744 by JEIanly C Ragans paper tho polasCountyiPress isdue to make its P first appearance to day at Carlisle Desha Breckinridge has been R pointed Income Tax Collector for the Seventh this Internal ltevcnuo Dis trict KH Judgo Lowis Apporson was quito ick with grip Saturday and Sunday p tiiut wc are glad to state is able to be out to day Tho meeting hold at tho First Prcs bytcriau church by Rev Joo Hopper closed Monday with thirty odd addi ctions Ricomond Register Married Wednesday 13th inst in Winchester Rov B B Bailey efflcia ing DrN T 01 irk to Miss Ne...

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. — 19 February 1895

u EBBS f u i 41 te of r - v l t Z d fl tv4 U i M tii j WViylyJi 1 11 liil1 ffi yr tf irTTTTgvSSsByi THE ADVOCATE Anainst a Republic llio Senate CJoininlUro on Privil lieges and Elections has reported figainst the resolution looking to tho election of Senators by tho votoc t Uio gsaoplo This action is very significant And far reaching There aro many who contend thai J real Britain is usinuch a republic lis tho United States If wo confino our attention to tho extent to which Un royal prerogative has beon curtail Wo may bo inclinod to agroo to th0 proposition But whon wo como to look at tho House of Lords party always sollcitoiih chiefly for tho maintainanco of iip -own piivilegcs with an absoluto veto On the wishes of tho roprcseulativis -Of tho people our conclusion might be different The Iloiibo of Louis with few exceptions is made up of men whoowe their places to the accident Of birth Tho manner of thoir m lec tion if that oxpi cation is allowable renders hem iiiriiflVrcnt to the w...

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. — 19 February 1895

ffi j l j w J s Jrfl rj i A Ml Vl I f Ji V v Si M i - r 4 vw II THE ADVOCATE H Marriage Rules Bllllt I Lot hor meot him uiih a kis tun frown r Lot each realize tlio fact that the am 0110 Lot tho husbitml fnqnont his honu not tho club Lot her not worry hi in n it Ii peiu trOllblCS Let him speak to iiU wife foijll any at hur Lot hur eyitipat iizu with him iu business cares Lot him bo as courtuotis utter riugit as bufotu Lot hib latch lie gaihur unto lueu rust from dUiiao - Lot her dress as tastefully for him Its tor strangers Lot hor hot trot herausu Mrs bor Imsu rich etrcst t When Banks Close Ranks which aiv Crueltn to lot no holiday cheapo never close t heirdoms Tor a tuuerul caused by the loath any ono connected with them it the Piesidontof lliobank should die the institution would k op open for busi ness Uno reaboii for thin is that then ia scarcely a day iu the year when somebodys bote is not maturing and thero are people who would lake ad vantage of thu chiliitf of tbo bank Wher...

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. — 19 February 1895

Z0I1J ttii troj anl fo a rS - t adi 1 CZ2Z3 i mhhmm EgF gaB tonrrufrent In such a Btato of civilization as ours whero merit is sure to bo acknowledged is it a wonder the factory of Dr Fenncr is worked to its fullest capacity to supply tho medicines that aro called after such acknowledgements as tho following como to bo known Wm Farquay Stevens Station Ind writes Dr Fcnncrs Kidnoy and Backache Cure has cured a man hero with kidnoy and bladder disease whom tho best physicians had given up He is now vroll and sound It is regarded hero as a most wonderful event His medicines are all good and givo great satisfac tion Equally certain in female dis eases rheumatism blood diseases headaches dropsy heart disease etc Guaranteed to satisfy or money re funded Take homo a bottle to day Major Thomas II Shelby of Lex ington U S Bovonuo Collector of the Seventh district is seriously sick m m Tho Courts have decided that to koop open saloons in tho city of Louip villo is in strict violation of the l...

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. — 26 February 1895

t K Kl 3 urW M V c 1KJL Jl vOI Y gI k jii ViCi I l tfc I fk tkMk Queens Sarsjiparill the best on the market only 49c per bottle Regular price 100 Buttermilk Soap 15c per box gggggggggggiliaggpEpEigg The Controversial Club qXo Controversial Club wa8 organ ized about Deo 1 1893 Its primary object was that it should be an auxil iary of the Y M C A but when that institution failed the latter part of Dec 1893 ifvas determined by tEaf tllc embors of the club to continue 0 this branch as it was thought to bo icV S o rOtf t1m nn l nlllfa Will nllHW S 5 The constitution was changed sepa rating it from the Y M C A aid placing it upon its own merits Its objects aro to install into its members a thirst for knowledge to familiarize MixmunWos Willi Hill elllTOIlt QUCStlOHS Vp of tho day to mako them more pro- moutary laws also tho laws of our Stato and country and to bind its members closor in tho bonds of friend ship Among its promoters none deserve so much credit as doos its first Presi dent Mr...

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. — 26 February 1895

THE ADVOCATE That Iroctoi Knott read Edgar IVc Alns nt duo can doubt It For oil tlio gold bug ncorcd htm so tie wroto a enrd about It ltun Mr Knott 01 tlio gold bug will entc jolt ltun Mr Knott run I un ran A SWING AROUND THE STATE UlOMIHB lllHIlKH II HM tidll llUIld tln IlucliHiuti StinMuTii was run ovoi and k lied at L xititon Tlio Bivckott Inal uiinns in Mendei eon comity woro Bold to a svndlcati at 1 coiiiniioioiMMs b1u Tlio MndiHonvillo Hub 1 r has dis covered ilint rutin urease in iho best roimith mi earth for rlioumatiRm P G Everett of jtidiN tf nge N dead He helped to bnld ilm L N rail road and also the L N pike W XV Chambers father of the boj killed it Lexington lant Bummer by un Olicfrio car has brought unit ngaitiRt the compdiiy to recover 25000 dam ages Tno young mans mother several years ago was dragged through the streets of Lebanon in i similar man nor and received injuries from which sho died Evangelist Fife tlio ex drummer who U doing jreat good in religion cirelen ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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