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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 12 March 1895

i 1 fl V c hr m H pt nj T VjV 1 h p l ADVOCATb W is quiCo common anions fr ftrnw outSeaoii Hotel which cast kill OI HUHI u - fof 28000 to tho fthooerlifloalo holders kttnsf U stillUrgelV practiced Britain France and liormam y no moang tQ tho extent tliat jj tho last century wiirn Mje usqd snuff or not over Kuan carried a box 1 r - aro having a great big timo t 1 1 wx Hon THOgrunujury - licted tlio Mayor for approv Ed tho members of the council lug an ordinanco appropriate jy to pay pohcomon in ho city charter Tho grand I30 Investigating a job said to in tho purchase ip on thfl city flit ilA Mtnnnn at house Aiiuu luvj iiiouiuuuii tiicsofueo to tako out licenses ir agents to do btifiincBS in tho Altqgother tho captital of the r nt mf ras8 is navmg a buuuiub hhuk I A E Donnau of Richmond as been asked by Mr E do tho woll kuown trotting iroker to sot a prico for MIbb i2122 now in tho hands of id Curtis Mr Douiian named and says ho is not anxious to kith her at that price 1110 is in fine...

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 March 1895

rr I r i 51 Li Rl J rfJIili l 1 k IM K 1 i r t 5 T f n 1 If J Iff fc MM m f m v 7m K LV V Xt 2ytf sty - i - P WM ORDINANCE X quick at teat I Cures toothacho in one minute It cures ant pais Immediately Dr Fcnneru Golden Relief It cures corns and felons And it alio cure bronchitis and consumption and the troublo is not to get the cures for they follow its use as surely s the day follows night it never disap points hut the real difficulty Is how to tell of them without exciting incredulity And it is not to ho wondered at for there is a wido chasm between acorn and a pulmonary consump tion Still it is true and Dr Fenner has cot somehow to make the people know it Is Golden Relief a cure all Well not eraotly It is known to cure ojts disease It is a Tcrita ble specific in it That disease is Inflamma tion It ourcs it wheretcr found Many dis eases have Inflammation for their base The list is long It includes corns and consumption No inflammation no corn No inflammation no consumption Isnt th...

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 March 1895

lh ft y tf tb J - f i f VOIiY v MS i - - JrSend for Catalogue Ir Jolin A Broadus President of the Southern Baptist Theo logical Seminary With a Well Rounded Work Enters Upon His Reward At his homo iif Louisville on last Saturday morning at 3 10 oclock Dr John A Broadus in thoBOVouty second year of his ago from phncumonia and organic heart trouble yielded to the inevitable His funeral service was hold attho Fourth and Walnut street Baptist church Sunday afternoon and liis remains woro buried in Cavo Hill cemetery by the sido of his co worker Dr James P Boyco Dr Broadus stood at the top with tho grofttost preachers and scholars of tho world being regarded one tho greatest of men and hi8 reputation as a scholar preachor teacher and author extended iiQt only through tho United States but also through Eurbpo everywhere 1J among tho scholars of tho world was ho regarded as anaulhoiity and tho loss of such a man is indeed a calamity fcR not only to the Baptist church tho doctrines of which...

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 March 1895

ft K t l v u - THE ADVOCATE ORDINANCE Wheueas heretofore to wt On April 131 h 1889 there was granted b the City Council of tho city of Mount Sterling Kentucky to the Mount Sterling Water works Compa ny a franchise for thirty yoars and tho exolusivo frannhlso for said po riod tor the ptlrposo of orectingmain taining and operating a water works plant In said City and granted to said Water Works Company rights of way as stated in sail ordinances in and through tho streets alleys etc of said city and Whereas Said franchise has been oxtonded and continued in forco by this Council from time to time and acquieced in by it as valid in all par ticulars and Whereas This Council under said franchiso and for tho considerations named has entered into certain con tracts with tho Mount Sterling Water Works Company a corporation for tho purposo of supplying said City with water for fire and other purposes for a period of thirty yoars at tho prices and on tho terms in said con tracts stated all bein...

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 March 1895

W S r i ir h to V V M fev 3m v 1 J J IsW f - i - fri Tho Louisvillo PoBt says Democratic party if it is n THE ADVOCATE5 It looks ns if womans greatest dcslro to bo robed In mens attire t when the palmy days of summer come faho may their wholo outOt adorn And when she walks up and down tho street Smiling on every handsome ndult she may meet Then wpll hear tho mournful cry Xft tatfeee woman onco more before I die A firo at Kansas City Wednesday cusod a IoBaof 3pOdOO ZellaicblauBhas turned up as an agent of the Parkhurst Society n 1 1 11 HI ffiJflt Tho negroes ot aolma Aia win Fyrnn m full noero ticket at the next J nicipal election Louisiana BUgar planters havo de cided to erect a sugar refinery at New Orleans in opposition to tho Sngar Trust ii JBifty six lire insuranco companies have renewed their HcoueoB at Lex ington in spite of tho throat to with draw Mr A WMcMurry of Rlohmoncl and Misa Cora B Willis of KirksvilK sloped to Covington on tho 13th iust and were married - Somohody at...

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 March 1895

s l rA m 1 1 -- WE ARE HEADQUARTERS GEXTS FURNISHING GOODS UrrfTil irrrJJ5rlF -- I Mil rrir lrirrfHarfm ADOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday March 19 I895 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner Wo arc authorised to announce 3ohn C Wood as a candidate for Rail road Comiiiifenioiur tor the Eastern District of Kentucky subject to the action of the Republican pari v FOR REPRESfcN TAT1VE I am a candidate for the oillce of otoprcsentativo 0 the counties ol Montgomery and Meuotoc bubjoct to the action of tho Democratic parlv N F IlKUCF Called Down The Captain of a Spanish warship took it into hia head to fire upon tho American mail steamer Allianca in Cuban waters the other day The eloamer was too fast for the Spaniard and out sailed him Upon a icpoU of tho matter being sent to tho Stato Department Secretary Grcshom calls down Spain in tho following ciut Hoto To Tylo Minister Madrid TIih dopartmont is informed that on tho th irittho United States tnuil atonm alup Allianca 011 her homeward v...

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 March 1895

Uh 7 A L II Wll I II III rs j I Tis is Hie time of tf the yeanwHen Hor i ses arid pattle need a good tonic con dition powder to tone them up For this purpose Standard Horse and Cat- tie Powder IS THE BEST i lb Boxes 20c u l f 7 lb Boxes i2J 25 lb Boxes 3 Sold only by i THOS KENNEDY Druggist Born to T T Coons and wifo on March a 10 pound daughter Mary Piorco It II Winn sold his fino roan family golding Monday to Mr Smith of Stantou Va for 170 ijr Sid Hart sold toEnibry 65 head I rcattle out of 85 at 5c with 75 olF the lot for June delivery Wliw nftf cynf nn n l iimrf1r nlnh They are being organized all over the country Let a think about it Died Hays Ricardson on last Fri day at his home near Spoucorof pneu monia aged 21 years lie was sick about two weeks V There was uo proaching at tho Bap list church last Sunday Pastor Rev i Evorctto Gill is sick threatened with foverandis now at his homo in Mis souri Unv Green Clav Smith nasaed f through this city Monday on route Vfnp thn numborlai...

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 March 1895

St X ft u Up v 4 A tir I Vj THE ADVOCATE TDaoiol E Spakliiiff a volcraii of Louisvillo tobacco boarka died v Wednesday Of all the nations of the oarlh tho women of ancient Sparta proved Shcinsclves tho mo3t heroic m Mrs Dr Neal Skinner whohas Qtceu 8ick at her homo In Louisville wo are glad to roport that slio is very improved Preparations are being inado to take 4ho census of U10 wliolo of liueaia on a islnglo day next autnm Tho last sonsus wa taken in 1886 Mrs Elizabeth Evoretto rotnrnod Thursday cveuing from an extended vijrUit to hor daughter Mrs J AI JWells at Fort Worth Texas Uou W C 1 Breckinridge lcctur ad here last Monday evening to a hoiibc Col Ureckinridge has a reputation as a lawyer and uoliti ftdan buthe does not take well as a lecturer Ho had 10 as his part of Iho proceeds Again wo call tho attention of our readers to tho stock of goods of Young Hazelrigg purchased by Mr Urosius which is to be slaughtered Kintil April 10th This stock is a clean -one was purchased for ...

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. — 19 March 1895

N i fr n t JTHE ADVOCATE vijiirifHfiiiv2t - lioRSE And track In Russia tho most importat ovonts ro trotted on Sunday Constantino 2 12 by Wilkos Boy Will bo in training again this yoav Tho yearling slalor to John It Gentry 2 03 has boon uamqd Katy Collins Ono of tho two-year-olds Monroe Saliebury will bring East is the black colt Calvin by Direct 2 05 Gill Curry will have a brother lo Rlfiitlft 2tl3iin his Btrine this year IT -which lias stcppcda trial in 2 17 In Moscow at prosont they think ts rit ntrn r cKnn fnt ti JlUUUllg Ul USIvlllg iiuunp auv iuvvu a good light harness horse of fair gait while for fast trotters prices aro fan tastic Thoro aro six horses at Ploa9anton Cal with records below 2 10 They are Alix 203J Flying Jib 204 Di rect 2 05 Azoto 2 08 Directly2 07 and Diablo 209 J Lawtfcnco Kip says that wlillo tho 7000 offer for Phoobo Wilkes 2 08 v was refused ho still hopes to secure tho daughtorof Ilamblotoniau Wilkes for James Gordon Bennett Wn JI1 vjruiumiiy iuu ucnuun oi...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 19 March 1895

h i vpf Vi WT Cheesing them 1 jp j i t V jfffiy M Our ftomwfu Minnie has a bright little girl writes Mrs L C Smith 30 North Washington St Rochester N Y and I have bo coma much in terested in tho family Poor thing she little knows that her poor mother has had the consumption She la from a consump tive family and had been on tho decline till tho unerring Hectic- flush set in Well I went for Dr Fcnncra Golden Relief Riving her 5 drops on a small lump Of sugar every 2 hours I used it with her about a month and you ought to eeo the change She has become hale dnd buxom I am knowing to several other cures of consumption by it Do not fortret while usintr it in these gravo coses that it cures a burn in 5 minutes or heals a bruise or fresh cut without thero ever being any soreness swelling or matterating Tho injured part can bo used without pain It also cures quickly summer complaints and flux and any diseaso whero thero is in flammation or pain One tablespoonf ul cures La Grippe Money refund...

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 March 1895

vi m r r b I ww 7n l M - VOL Y fiTWlL Vatf 1 f Jw fcjff i IT ill vBkufr lr rRH ff ft saw ti lur wiaE lit in 3 x jpp3ppiepiSJplg7PMPa nderson s GARDEN SEEDS wslloyds XDriagr anc Bools Store IfcTo S- ZMZasrsville St HENDERSONS GARDEN v SEEDS We have just opened a fresh stock JQIpSend for Catalogue gggggggggMMMMMM PIIIMI II - I I 11 If i f P V CliAUENCE 3IAIDEN This hustling newsboy is at work Ho is a hummor and tho papors ho represents aro dolivorcd ypromptly Clarouco is a valuabo newsboy and by sticking close to his business will bo ablo to mako a nice littlo profit Tho Louisvillo Times and Cincinnati Tribune aro being worked up by him A Small Blaze On Wednesday night about 12 oclock parties in tho Harold Hotel discovered that a lire had originated in tho room under tho kitckou and was making some progress to ward tho destruction of tho building Tho Firo Compauy -promptly respond ed to tho alarm given and soon ex tinguished tho blazo Tho loss is small and fully covered by insurance T...

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 March 1895

h M JFffl ft r flj 44 Bfr JV te h - M A I M i u r f t t s l f m t ft 1 hl V Wff iwi C THE ADVOCATE Sam Jones Sayings I despise theology anil botany bn I lovo religion and flowers Mauy a follow is praying for rain with his tub wrong side up Many a man imagines that ho hat got roliglou whou its only liver coro plalut I havo a profound contempt tor folks who aro always helping the folkB that need any help Ksd liquor and Christianity wont atay in the samo hide As one come in the other goes out A whole lot of you follows in this oitvaro going to quit a lot of thing- but you aro tho slowest crowd I ever saw If I had a creed I would sell it to h museum A creed is the skin lo truth - act up and stuffed with sawdust ami sand I love all tho old maids When ever you seo an old maid it is because 6omo man has not dono his duty or ehois too particular Thank God society is down in the -ashes 0110 moro timo tliis sido of hell oven your own society 1 And you will never get tho ashes off until you co...

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. — 26 March 1895

W n THE -ADVOCATE imJ HORSE AND TRACK C W7 William has nineteen young sters by Allorlon tho majority of wlilhli will lin rilhipfl hla tfnnr X Lottie Loralno 210J and Georgia Leo 212J owned by G 0 P Cecil Danville will not bo raced this year Do do Cornea offered 000 for the chestnut maro Kentucky Union 2 llf 8am Fuller who has her at Sedalla Mo refused It Crit Davie calls Helen Loyburn 2 K the troUtng machine Ho drove hor to hor record of 2 M last year aud I says alto can stop a milo in 2 l0 and a quiirtorlii 30 seconds Budd Doblo has relumed from Cal ifornia Ho says Fantasy will bo tho jioxt queon of tho tiirfthat Klamath 212 will bo tho sonsational hrso of tlio year and says ho cau just step away from Azoto fj and C P Cecil of Danville ltavo sold to Tous8aint Sweot of h Milwaukee Josio Ray a two-year-old Ally by Nuthurst 214 dam by Hambririo for 1000 cash Joaio Ray is a vor fast natural pacer Last fal as a yearling sho workeda quarter of a milo fn 32 seconds Tho Ilamlins have sixty...

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. — 26 March 1895

h e H 0 f t MA 7 m r ttyrvi 1 hif A h arpiiis for ft Sjrii o Bkshhk iJhHhJ HI mJsmamamm i ADOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday March 26 1895 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner Wo are authorized to announce John C Wood as a candidate tor luiil road CointiiiflMoiKM for the Eastern District of Kentucky subject to the action of the Republican party FOR REPRESENTATIVE I am a candidate for the ollice of Representative of the couutioH of Montgomery and Monetae subject to he action of the Democratic partv N P IlhKCF It is reported that an alliance has been concluded between Russia and Japan The object of the reported alliance toeing to prevent ihe intcifcrcncc of Mr Jolm Dull in a settlement of the difficulty between China and Japan A judge of a United States Comt in Virginia quotes the provision of the Constitution that the salaries of the President and Judges of United Staler courts shall not be diminished during their terms to show that he is ml subject to tlm income lax Over eight th...

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. — 26 March 1895

CTP - v This is the time of the yearwlien aes aricTdattle need r gooH tonic con- dition powder to 4 tone them up For iliis purpose Standard ri Horse v and Cat tie Powder YS THE BEST i 7b Boxes2oc 7 lb BoxSs 125 25 lb Boxes 3 Sold only by THOS KENNEDY Druggist The Mauofoo Circuit court iajin bcssIou at Frouchburg Thcro will bo quite a nunVber of new resident buildingsjoroctod iu Mt Sterling this year - is somo interesting reading reading this week in tho advertising paco of A Baum Sons r The Derby Mascot played at tho Opera House on last Thursday mg was 0110 best shows produced hero Uhis season Mr C P Chonault has bought tho Captaiu C M Lillard property on j VJJtiy nuuui iui ftxjit iiu win iiiuvu to it to day i Itching- burning scaly and crusty scalps of infants cleansed and healed jwid quiet Bleep restored by JohuBons i Oriental Soap pi ferrpi Mwliia flui nival nf Mm e jjGrand Opera House to night is an at Itractivo feature Got your seats early atWS Lloyds vCIaudoPaxtou haH rented 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. — 26 March 1895

i X f ri i r w l ft 1 li r THE ADVOCATE v TI10 Maiuo Senate lias defeated tlio Woman Suffrage Bill by a vote of 15 to 11 After losTngTilOtyJOO ETA Ilarri had all the Memphis gamblers ar roited Mary E Lease has dcclinod to be come a candidato tor Mayor ot Wichita A horse that com 1000 thrco yoars niro sold for 55 at Loxiugton tin other diy A colored woman Mispected of in cendiarism was hanged by a mob near Petersburg Tcnn A tornado at Augusta GaWcdnes tlay destrojed a number of buildings and injured several people Vico President Slevoiibon and fami lly will sail foi Europe April 10 to re main abroad all summer John Vaugli tho oldest man in Kontucky is dead at Big Hill Mason county aged 104 years Gon Adam Badoau who was Mili tary Secretary on the staff of Gen Grant during tho war is dead Prince Waldunar reigning Princo of Lippo Delmolde is dead aged sevonty one lie leaves no issue The Japanese fleet has blockaded Tamsui a Chinese tieaty port on the northwest coast of the island of For...

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. — 26 March 1895

4 1 j o b a wit tj t THE ADVOCATE Danvilles Water Works cost about 70000 4 1 Thoisfoamship Horsa loft Savannah Thursday bearing 197 nogro emi grants bound for Liberia Paducah is to havo an auditorium with a seating capacity of 2000 Tlio plans and specifications havo already liaon drawn At Bardstown last week Gcorgo W 4 Smith had his examiulng trail on tho charge of criminal libel and was held on WOObond Mr Bissoll will remain a member of fitho Cabinot until May 1 at which timo Mr Wilson will bo ready to tako Vchargo as Postmaster General 4 Hutchons foro publishers of tho TSvoning World at Hondorson liavo Aupondod publjcation Poor collec tions are said to be tho caiibo Lexington promises another sonsa tiwjal contest over a suit to break tho vifiofMrs Ilobort F Johnson in volving an estate at about 100000 The Purchase Wheel Stock Compa nys factory at Paducah was destroy ed by fire last week It employed 100 workmen Tho estimated loss is 18 O00 r Rev W E Mlichell who has had n charge of...

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. — 26 March 1895

t IAT lft wV w IN l A si Our domestic Minnie han a bright little girl writes Mrs L 0 Smith 30 North Washington St Rochester NY and I have be come much in terested in tho family Poor thing- she little knows that her poor mother has had the consumption She is from a consump tive family and had been on the decline till tho unerring hectic flush set in Well I went for Dr Fenners Golden Relief giving her 5 drops on a small lump of sugar every 3 hours I used it with her about a month and you ought to see the change She has become halo and buxom I am knowing to several other cures of consumption by it Do not forget whilo using It in these grave cases that it cures a burn in S minutes or heals a bruise or fresh cut without there ever being any soreness swelling or matterating Tho injured part can be used without pain It also cures quickly summer complaints and flux and any disease whero there is in flammation or pain One tablespoonful cures La Grippe Money refunded if satisfaction not given...

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. — 2 April 1895

d A V M f k r t t - V V r t t JVJ fv Mfr l T rsr ox y X J tf s r ii mmn ct V1 1 C F M GARDEN SE Mr Firman Cheatham aged sov tythroo years after having boon an invalid for seven years passed from earth on last Tuesday morniugMarch 20 to moetjhis roward Born and roaiod hero ho was active in business until seven ycara ago when ho suffer ed a stroke of paralysis sinco which time lie has gradually declined arid the end was not unexpected For twenty two years ho had boon a mem borofthjQ Melhodist church and as long as his health wculd permit ho waB found in hiffpoweagor to hear the redemption story 111b wifo pio cecded him twenty three years ago leaving him with a large family which he lived to seo men and women for him in his declining years Every want Was quickly met and when tho jluol hour camo he was surrounded by his f amilv for whom ho had labor ed long and faithfully and who exhi bited a just- appreciation of a fathers love Mrs Mollic Trimble Mobile Ala Mrs James II Thompson Lexing...

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. — 2 April 1895

v e BiV WV r r rv A - s V - nf TT 7 f ssa i ZVa w THE ADVOCATE COURT OF THE MAIDENS HINT I mot my love by the merest chance Where two paths enmo together Where the leaves hung red In tho suns soft glance Of tho mild October weather And alio would hao passed but I bnrrcd her way jVnd clasiietl htor hand and begged her stay And hear vt hat her lo cr had to say With a downward glance and a fccblo show To withdraw her hand fiom mine sho said Tis late and tho sun is sinking low And tho path I havo to tioad Lies ocr tho hill and tho meadow through And will soon bo wet with tho falling dew And Idaio not tariy to list to you Tisn lonely way when tho day grows dim And the oxening shadow s lower And tho lho llies render tho dusk forms glim As thev gyio and circle oer Tho path w hoi o through tho woodland it goes And tho loucly spell o it one it throws Only tliohcait of a maiden knows Ah yes sho sighed as again sho ti ied Towithdiaw hut hand ftom mine lis a lonoly way in tho ecn tide So pleaso...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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