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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 November 1891

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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. — 10 November 1891

jp 2 lWhfiiirWi Iifaii ii MnnTf niV FjvwvS rwwnuwuaBBTqrJtsia ftawmnmm jCTgraP SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year In adiancc jj Alter Hit co nionllw r After six mouths lM Horn to thenvilo of Alvin Myers near Spencer Friday November Gtli u ton Mr Johh Ttirlcy living on Don alson this county hail the misfortune toloohis house by ilro on Monday last Mr John J hoav occupy ing the homo he bought of It M Smith on Winn direct Ho took pos sesion last week The Shakespeare rln will meet at Major Fowlers to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock for the purpose of organization Mt Sterling oiioiy goo out coon hunting Nineteen of the -100 suc ceeded in captuiiug one coon and a lonely possum Lexington Transcript Mr John W Redmon the past week moved into the pleasant home he lately bought of Dr J 1 Turner on the Levee pike in the suburbs of fho citv Horn to the auIo of J T Coons of Spencer October 2Stli a son the 11 ret boy Urack Dull says the mother and boy arc doing well but he is a little fearful about Tom Ev G...

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. — 10 November 1891

i 41 intl ast 1 jft p H hls IOU as It i in in cd J in itio v uis - tor uis in ho o Hi a at io tic Its iu in ill 33 I fiol Hfia lllfcti Yfc Tnfknpsou 4 r i w - HE ADVOCATE IRRIS MASON Proprlotors STKULIXO TUESDAY NOV 10 1891 FOU PRESIDENT l QROVER CLEVELAND 01 Now York TOR VICE- lRESIDENT JOHN O CARLISLE Of Kentucky THE ELECTIONS A mmmarv nf tlin function results - - ------- received show tlio loliowjng returns Pennsylvania goes Republican by a tolajority of over oUUUU JHU1110 C1CCIS jUClllllliy luiu uiu Tro Republican ticket by a majority of over 20000 and the Legislature is Republican by 50 or GO votes on joint ballot In Iowa tho entire stato ticket is dlected by tho Democrats but the publicans get tho Legislature by or two votes off York gives Flower Democrat urality of over 43000 but tho Ecislaturo is in doubt Massachusetts elects lcusseii crat for Governor by a majority of 5000 or 6000 and both parties poll ing their full strength Now Jersey is Bafo for tho crate by a good major...

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. — 10 November 1891

i J jp ttgr g THE ADVOCATE ictrlclty and tho Arts hi is proliilu in now clcctrieal JiiHt now a now claimaut for of cicatrical welding or forging - niJaxttinu Aii nvlitlH irm wgivoInstMfck by Mr Uco D id Hon Tho jiios accounts smto fiat ono experiment was tho molting into liquid fonn a bar of steel an inch in diameter and 12 inches louy in lo Rnpomls without the toinnoraturo of 7 tho room being raised a single degree from its normal condition Another thing Hhuwn was tho making of a steel railroad spike The bar wan cut into the icqtiired length tho pieces pa ed through tho electrical machine where one end was heated and then to a din which shapes tho head on to the heated end the point being presbed into f hapo without heating Another exhibit was the forming of an auger screw the flat bir of iron being fastened in tho machine at tho two ends and heated almost instantly and then twisted into tho required epirilbytho automatic turn of tho machine Thcso experiments were witnessed by Dr W...

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. — 10 November 1891

f ln LSB jHJ h B st VIf far t w kTHE ADVOCATE All Aoout Porouplnes There has been considerable talk iu iur paper on the tne naoiu oi uiu merican Dorctiplnc Now I was a and appraiser for tho Fox and Win msiu Improvement Company in twontv elcht of tho counties of Wis nnnaln mill tllinncd ilf tllO HOrthWCSt oru mrt of that State and I think met this wood hot- in very many of bis habitats and I know somethitig rv in ttm AVliv lm will eat Am anything that any hog will and more g He is a thief by night annum your xarnp will carry off your axes ami inllo tho handles thereof tor tlio It of the sweaty hand presumably gnaw all tho strings from jour snow- shoes and if ono gets into your cabin n in your absence good byo to every thing in tho soil line skins furs oven to greasy overalls Tho last ono that visited 6ur cabin had a pic nlc Wo fbronoscd to break camp that M and had got out the remnants our larder previous to packing up hen we wero called off for an hour oil two When we got uacu two o...

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. — 10 November 1891

i t4 v V G v iwa n v fn hhhm1 THE ADVOCATb NEWS OF THE WEEK The linn of Thomas Dana Co wholesale grocers of Boston has dis solved owing to the Maverick Bank complications The control of the Baltimore Sugar Refinery has paved into tlio hands of a syndicate of New York and Boston capitalists The New York Presbytery on Wednesday promptly acquitted Prof B A Briggs of tho charges of heresy nrefcrred asrainst him Borne timo since Cliarlcs Morton Stewart has been elected President of the Board of Trustees of Johns Hopkins University in place of Judgo George W Dobbin deceased Ladies of Dublin will present a sil ver mounted whip to young mott who whipped Tim Ilcaly for an alleged insult on Mrs Parncll and Miss Parncll Examiner Ewer reports that there is now 2500000 in cash in the Mav erick Bank vaults and collections still coming in Much of the paper in assets will prove available and makct ablc A flock of about forty wild geese spent Friday night in a wheat field near Guthrie and destroyed ...

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. — 10 November 1891

0 E Ji sb n 4 W till rx THE ADVOCATE County Superintendents Report District No 18 Oak Valloy lie i ports CI children draws 11404 Trustees Jno McPhcrson Jas Coulc wrlght and Hugh PaSley all of whom visit the school very seldom and seem to take very little interest in the school anyway really this is ono of tho very poorest schools in tho county tho houso is worth about thirty dollars and tho furniture about five required tho value of Miss Eva McKInnoys school Tho teacher is1 very zealous indeed but tho whole- surroundings seem to bo against a good school Children do- not feel llko trying to do much in such a house and with such furnituro highest number in fchool 20 lowest 7 present 15 in practical arithmetic Eddio Garrett primary Idnnic West Lillio Mclherson Leo Covy very good District No 27 Howards Mills Miss Sallfc Berkley the efficient teach er her first school district very much ploascd reports 50 children f draws 12050 highest number at school 28 lowest 15 present 24 tho houso i...

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. — 10 November 1891

i 1 I - Kv C v F 6 nMuiWiiUfkVfKJ infw THE Ai jfwywwr 1F DAD HE MADE A MISTAKE Mr Iloraolcy at tho breakfast tnblo was reading tho stock quotations to hU wife who always took an affectionato if vague interest in his business Sud denly as his eyo roved over tho paper it lightened Aha good Listen to this Kitty The alumni of tho class of 05 my class you know twenty five years back will hold a reunion at the university next month There will be a banquet speeches etc Well folding tho paper Im glad of that I fthnll llko to seo tho boys again Borne of them have been very successful None more than yourself John No probably not Tho rich banker nodded thought fully ho was not a purse proud man Still he had given twenty years of his life to money making and naturally ho fully appreciated tho valuo of money Ive not done badly ho said Theres Tom Hare too Tom is hoad of tho largest wheat syndicate In Illi 1 nois and Caridon ho is president of a railroad Dumont is a United States judge very nice n...

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. — 17 November 1891

h 13 InscitloiB LTKS Two Months lr Elgin insemous an Mouth 5f0nr Insertions lireo Insertions Two Insertions Single Insertion T YOIi II ADVERTISING RATES M u 4 CO Bno Year mseauons - Months aW rrtftortlona ssssssiase ESSSSS2 8 gSSSSS8SSS3S S8SSSSSSS88S 8SS8S8SSSSSS 3SiaSSSSSS88 ssssasiiassss alsfsIssTsU 8Sa8RSaS882S esIislssIUs rrHSIMMMflISnoSj I Court Directory CIEOriT COVKT flinlflr rrnOEJ0SECrEHVuuVVori juraryrJSVBUllns Thrd PIKA Monday In September und Marcn Cfnvr October COTOTr court Thlra Mondny ot ech mouthy bascii IT MX irfMlfUUB irl Jjewr -V V If i xiruay in encu mm m JAllSIiTT T Attoncyat law Will wagtiw In tho tonif ot Kentucky WHITE BROOKS Attorneyat I Ky win Bath I LlJfl Hr ifvffl H Q Vi t AS Br1 R Mr om v I mex i j 4jr u bliHHliuijrKy and snr K JVllM practice In the courts of Bath AMfonndnig counties omceMaln Residency yrncrotUi fl KlSOTORD of Mt Sterling Ky f fl Pnlnviift CO- Si wholesale clothiers Fir A- IAZKLIJSSlnTatlaw City Atfy aJ r Mt Sterling nn t KrrfML jicvv 1...

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. — 17 November 1891

in 2 subscription rates One year In nilrancc II 00 After three mtintlid 125 After six months 1 M Tako a few dollars to Caldwells -and sec what a handsome overcoat Uncle Bob Ilazolrigg will sell you for them Report says that the Eastern divi sion of the Newport News MUsis flippi Valley railroad between Hunt ington and Lexington will pas into the bands of the Che apeake Ohio railroad We learn with regret that Mr David Brattou near Wades Mill father of Mrs It M Smith and W A Sutton of this city is seriously ill His recovery is doubtful Mrs very very Airs Peter It Everett died at her Jiomc on Grassy Lick pike this county Wednesday Nov 11 1S91 Funeral at the Baptist church this city Thurs day by Itev E E Bomar and burial in Machpelah cemetery Mr It M Coons is something of a vegetable raiser his ownsclf lie brought into tho Advocate oilicc Sat urday a beet raised in his garden that measured 2H inches in circumfei ence was 20 inche long and weighed I pounds Ed Mitchell the hardwareman al w...

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. — 17 November 1891

I I m 7PSHB H lJMlTJ n W XHrJr Mi li Wrr P -G very typical v V ifTflE ADVOCATE HARniS MASON Proprietors MT STEMMING TUKSDAY NOV 17 1891 FOR PRESIDENT CROVER CLEVELAND 01 New 1oik TOR VICE - IltUSIDENT JOHN G CARLISLE Of Kentucky Breadstuff lo tbu anioimt of 24 803834 vroro exported from the Uni ted Stales during October Cincinnati Newport and Covington have twenty seven breweries and they nro all to consolidate A protest is U- now in order from those who rush the growler against this proposed tiusf Tl ia enlrt some members elect of the Legislature who have been to ranUforl to make arrangements lor thoir stav there report that they will Jiavo to pay more for board than they will receive as salary Asbtiry Uailcy is experimenting with watermelons with a viow to get ting u variety that will delay its ripen ing until tho November elections If bo succoeds his fortuno is made and tho whole Itcpublicau pai ty in Ken tucky will rise up and called him blessed Adairvillo Times The Democrats of...

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. — 17 November 1891

il M a JV t FT TflMSMiJBMMMMeijMi IIBtllMIIMMtBi 9HiilffiTOliBHKlifenfifliMlMMBBRSeS OTPfco5SraFSffl tetI f w eBKh6HeielBjBi THE ADVOCATE CATTLE AND DAIRY NOTES Good feeders arc eagerly inquired after Montanas sales of cattle this year amounts to 7000000 or S000000 When tlio milk is drawn take it out of the staLlo or cow yard at once The cow appreciates a comfortable place in winter and so docs the nillcr The Cherokee Strip is now free cuttle except those belonging to the Chcrokecs If milk is contaminated had butter and cheese must bo the result Hence the necessity of cleanliness Where roots havo been fed for years the silo has not yet got a foothold Hoots will do to say tho least The Home Land Cattle Co of St Louis recently 33S head of 1142 There is no prclit in breeding a blue blooded calf and then allowing it to forage around a straw stack all winter A cow that jumps fences needs at tention but not as much in the way of pokes blindeis knee bands etc as plenty of food And now ther...

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. — 17 November 1891

f r u i THE ADVOCATE THE FARM AND THE FARMER It is estimated that eight dollars worth of fertility goes off tho farm with every steer The beat of everything raised on the farm should be kept for tho use of tho farmer and hla family Pear juice heated to 108 degrees jLaud sealed in bottles will not only keep well but fe drink in winter prove a refreshing It ways to study tho scionco of weeding farm stock Tho experience If tho most successful fanners is that only pure bred sires cau bo profitably ty brcii for meat or milk The fungus which causes tho potato rot has been found in tho healthy tuber It requires moist iweathcr to develop the potato taus Spraying with tho warm blight frdcaux mixture is tho remedy i A good way to prevent a butler V bdwl from cracking by scalding is to take it when now put it in a tub of water so that the inside and outside of it will soak at tho same time and thereafter it can bo Jused and scalded With littlo danger of clacking i In the orchard never plant de...

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. — 17 November 1891

tt I Vl st ft Fit K - r fr RL 1 Sl r P r i I I r I G Winchesters completed and HOW will opera house is bo opened to night Hcndorson is to have a now indus try a sheep wash factory The aiti clo is made from waste tobacco The Kendall who escaped from the Georgetown jail last Monday night have not yet been apprehended The official vote of Pennsylvania gives Gregg Hep lli5S3 Wright Dcni 350131 Republican ninjoiity f8152 The Pension Bureau during Octo ber gi anted 32J1G certificate the first payments on which aggregated 435GG0o Henry Scanncll owner of the PhuMiix Training Stable near Cjn thiana has failed Liabilities 10000 with S000 assets White Caps threaten to viit the Police Judge of Providence Webstci county because of his efforts to enforce the local option laws The annual report of the Director of the Mint shows that the coinage for the year was tho largest yet aggrega ting 119517S77 pieces Tho Supremo Court has postponed until November 30 argument in three cases involving the cons...

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. — 17 November 1891

flr n FIHE ADVOCATE The Growers Tobacco Warohouso 4e application to the Tobacco Ex change for membership on Saturday ction on their part was found necessary by tho Growors inco thoy wore practically boy- by tho buyers Wo arc tliat tills movement cannot bo mated till a meeting of the loiuors ot tno notise takes place this week Trcsi ardnor of tho State Alliance utly does not viow tho proposed of tho Growers with much f he is correctly reported in tho ivlng oxtract from tho Cincinnati lirer esident Gardner was very inilig ovcr tho capitulation of tho wers Warehouse and whon Bpokcn y an Enquirer roportcr said fAfter tho cowardly surrender of r warohouso hero I seo that there is no use trying to do auytlung m this ity We will at onco abandon all fforts hero and turn our attention to bating our house at some other lit The matter will bo iaid beforo National Alliance which meets at iauapolis next week and I think bjection will bo mado to the mmendation of tho Kentucky Al io that tho wareh...

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. — 17 November 1891

t Ml H tt 111 I fc rsft t Jtf 6 THE ADVOCATE PHILADELPHIA EDIJOES NEWSPAPER CHIEFTAINS KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY Colonel Clnj ton MoMlcIuuilN Kcrnril us a Jourmillst oinl 3Iii iT Attaint Colonel 3IcCIuron Ilijulcnl inl tllrriirv lowcr Vnnuttlln John Hamuli Youic Copyright 1801 by American Press Associa tion If ft Philadelpliinu wero usheil to point out three of tho brightest lights in tlio journalistic nrofetsioti in tho Quaker City he wonlil at onco namo Colonel Clayton McMiclincl Colonel Alexander K AlcClme and John Rimsell Young There are half a dozen others who are well known abroad and at home but tho trio mentioned constitute a group of original dashing and brilliant thinkers 4 0 4m a ff Jitr AW COLONEL CLAYTON JlMICIIAEL Their fame is not bounded by any city or Htato Hues All threu lira entertaining talkeis and without any diseiedit to their oratorical powers still better writers Each in his turn has enjoyed tho confidence and friendship and in at least two cases the affec...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 17 November 1891

1 i ii 8 fcHHHWHlfWTIWWHll iwi iiiwiiiiuii THE ADVOCATE PHILADELPHIA EDITORS NEWSPAPER 0HIEFTAIN8 KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY Colonel Clityton MnMUhnMN Itrmrtl n lotirnulUt Mnil SInit uf Affair ulonel 3trtilur Iliytlmt Vigor mil Mtrmry Iowirr tmtlln Joint llaurll Yutitig lCVprtlt IM ht Amcrltan IreM Amnctc tlH If a l1llMllphi4iu vnn naked to point out tlire of the brlslitwt limits in tlio jenrimlUHc proftWon in the Quaker fltjr It wotiM nt onco namo Colonel Ckiytou MrMlclmd Colonel Alexander K McClure and John Unwell Young There nro lmlf n lozn others who uro wH known hbrowl mid nt home hut tlio trio iiMMitiouwl constitute a group of original iIoauIiik und brllllunt thinkere 0fcVjKn2f iw COUVVKL CLAYTON MJUCHAEI Their Uum U not bounded by any city or tWH All thru a a ontertulninij Alton Hud without any discredit to thvir wntoricul powers still better writer Encli in hm turn has enjoyed the eoulUvuct and fiieiulHliip and in nt lwtwt two tlie affection of a rireui dut of tlw United S...

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. — 1 December 1891

IF - 6 CttliiaerUona Three Months Jt w Insertions Two woniiio Eight Insertions Q V voiiii 4 k nitnlf ft YTf T m ftSSKUw Master Cgj W OBce No T Court Street up sulrs J i A CI sssssIeqi SneeaUOO u u o o SM10XM 8SS88S8SSSSS S8SS8SSS8888 ga2fiSSS3 8SS8888S8888 3383123388888 g2aa88s ssssasRassss If One Month JFoUr Insertions as88S8888888 Ljhreolnorttons Hwt gaSS RL f5fgaaS8SS8 Two Insertions iaaRg - ff8liS8888 Single Insertion HHHgSR Court Directory - BLfjaSssae i omtmntar and March - QUARTS v Tl ta 4VPKRS0N vresiainK xuv Jr5SllJUlyld October TT codkt E4 ST Third Monday of each wmtK SiSSSySi prcBlaing First Sat- w irUiu t CLYDE NELSON A 4ttnnnVai Wn - practice 1h the courts ot Hath and r dCnmiintf counties Mn rHASBDUEKSON lot Mt Stcilinc xrO FORD a KIHG 1 tsmssssiASb ciKCWKAM O VS A TOfflcc Court Street TIIDGK AMOS DAVIS Lewis Apperson MBTyler enjeu ix rirt RtrceU n w J1UOU I 276im m elLTott il AlwrolMt Sterling Ky Office In IUcrlUocV WUITBUOOKS t n aiwij Mt stsrling Ky WU Practice In th...

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. — 1 December 1891

Hb ni Iff lu r bpt 1 i r It r - U t V l nVifmitlW Insertion nwl 18 Insertions Two Months Bischt Insertions I One Month rjrour inserww Pv it- i i Insertions Two Insertion Single Insertion IV U t JVi P 3W r 1 JL - VOJj II Advertising rates jjff lF M O VlSSSUoas oSS A ssjssbsIebb XlwnijB gSS88S888SSS SSSiagSSSggS S8S888888888 833888888888 3aSSSS88S8 SSSSSR8888 inKxet ooutggg as HHBOlOi SISS5S5S8888 rssf83lSS8888 HAtSS8 i Court Directory Smber and March rn sSgiSasa UCtooer C0OTTV COURT hlrd Monday ot each monhy JSilSKwfSMm3Sn ft First Sat- urday In each month PROFESSIONAL rTjAKKETT 1 Attorney-at-Law Saiyersvuio j TOfoarU Kentucky WU i CLYDE NELSOS ShaiTsburfrKy Hath and witfvaetlceln the courts ot uiunng wuuiw nilVIIQOV DCyanundSurjrCon nmtMalnSto Vorta OlaytjnS sw Residence corner otnr - B KINO FORD Cot MU Stcrlinff Ky n JOfllCC Wiu - A VM lODGBAJiw wi Zli tinna A CO fc jshna 4I JEMWh jyiiM W - m7 ssaffi ir a rpvler r i8rtK O ffiCC uourv D mci lKmiM ajio -- frrVSSSiaS Will attend M Vff...

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. — 1 December 1891

8s Pi IMWitife7i i iBMBTKjHBSWIIW Tffipiycy -open ml lll SUBSCRIPTION RATES Jro year In adynnce After three monlha After six months gwT rfoSonU bTvLilA SJasUyS 6a ner position llifj V 100 1 20 1 BO Tarpaulins for salo at r u H5w2t I i jr m WiWMRnEn pf W S Xloytl willconnnenco to lila rhr Rtinas iroous tins week will Im thotVuegt1 Bno ever vi - - WW 10 1 f - Mrs Kato Smith entertained the Miltf Society or the- Baptist church lastTMUrsilay evening All who nt icriTdedrcp6ra very enjoyable time Jjhvo tlu co ulceizcd aronifttoieiitiu my new bifcresi strech 1 will lcijp jpiuSjamo rcjipthmif alh oQiier or separate Apply t0 uVU03 WihttJ wplcfi T X ibnV tibdenCoVtlp 3ttfe9fling andOwIngsvIllo turn- i i i r ii - nAiin i m mi flirt i nni to jonu nuVXTLi JlrfllnlAnliiHVVlaiV fdP TK I jMr B P JDoi scyj tho well known uudettakoif will at onto Qpou a pew inulerlakinp cstablislnenlt kin this dtjTiMniiDlraBy is so well kowP -our iitirons thatihe needs no 1i6h to- hem J i k V f o JjtJ ofMttlar tUe ti...

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