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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 February 1893

4 A 1 SSBH5 JDVOCATE W pe of Warlojr Apparel la mo special secret remark- To wcll drcsseil womrtn softly ing a bit of tullo aui oss liur kuccs ImVo simply learned tho art of Ln iP lil t I- ipiu i uiunius nun tmiiiuuu it I savo liuiulruild of dollars l Ifho precise knowlcdgojwo I exclaimed tho hoitcas And ftr do tell U9 all about It kWhy a friond of initio taught me Jrs ago in Franco replied tho In u tho good gown Sho showed a thousand and one devices for ssorving tho crisp troMiucss ot ngu and now whonovor I ant pnentcd upon looking particularly ut I always waft her a silent baing across tho eea Go on urged tho group nu n ofimf1 winti 1 rt ton tunc ft MJ aJti wtiv v tj ira Fred iVoll it tho first place alio broke of that ugly extravagant habit rcn have of Hinging clothes about iira and beds and leaving them Uo get crumpled and stringy istunt I ttiko a heavy dress oft I tho akirt lightly pass a brush Igh its silk ruffle and remove particle of dust from both ma and trimmings It is the...

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. — 21 February 1893

Iat pocket book f V -- 3jSg y WfKS j0r JUE ADVOCATE ADVOCATE MfiSifiQ cSpAHY wksaa jtcnitrjuii si im A OVERT I S I N G RA TES 2SSSS8833S8 a Sr it ImmUoaa SSSaSSSSggg r fc I I i I - I I I SS88SS88S8SS 3tr ftw SSSSSS2S88S2 iut - VHo asstsssssssss S8S88888SS3S silslssssTsf vMKeeewnitmi a 8SS53Isl H a a a a a z a oco MCO H 0 S MMWWIWIIIII FOli SlATK SKXATOU Woari KtUorircl to aniiouiico Hon 3 Puy f Clurk county as a can Jttdalo for Senator of this elistriciceim lionl of tin oi titles of Clark Uotu IVefntid Monlgeimcry subject to tin tuctmii oflK Democratic party r nTircesof Peace Prepare for War VVioii n political conflict is on all imu rjp arrayed for the fray There 4s but one way to combat foi rlec ght and that is by debate Since November 8th wo havi Hiierd little from local jatif exoejit there is but little in poli tfuMt and 4htl they aro no extremists Twist them a- yitu would an opossum iin a hollow log and they go to sleep on you veil Mem ot tucir positions on ttlic Force Hill and ...

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. — 21 February 1893

3 Louisvillo last week Iii Iho 22d iiml m the residence of bride in this county Mason Orm ill bo married to Miss Annie KaSh lliv F D Hale former IlTerrou Baptist Church Iwyi hero ha accepted jusboro pastor of add woll a cull to f 8 Virginia 0 Botis is now in K year Slio liasbfon paralyzed iiontln and Is now in fair health person of her age 9 i i i - J A Hassett architect of this kxhlbited to U8 plana and bohad drawn tor a haudsUme tas for Lewis Schlegel of iKy lir I l r niitntnml i u omen iuiu i it uiiui nakc ten thousand canon from inn on which Abraham Lincoln jorn and offer theru for salo at Worlds Fair Watson and Bramlctto havo sold their saloon to Albert Fletcher Mr Watson will give his entiro attention to his Insurance and Building and Loan business v Hon J P Gay is a candidate for the counties of Clark Bourbon and im MniiininiHiV snbieet to the action ol 3 the Democratic party - j k JohnE Bean of Winchester for- nierh a business man here was in the Jlty Monday II sold live sha...

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. — 21 February 1893

r THE ADVOCATE afc4 ra AGRICULTURAL NOTES Cultivate fewer acres and do it bol ter Smaller farms anil better cultiva tion is needed Farming is aB safe plcascnt and hon orable as any avocation Romenibor that llko ptodUcos Jiko und select seed accoulingly Diversity and rotation of crops nrp good busiues principles for the fui mer A farmer especially one in debt cannot afford to depend upon a single crop With proper caro Ion acres would yield a much as twenty under ordi nary treatment 3ood seed pulverized Foil hoiough iliaiuagc and good cultivation are tfowr points worthy of much thought Tbe thouglitful farmer is planning Ins spring work and doing everything now that can bo donn to save work jvJhfJtiJlow time comes Don1 plant corn from cars that are nil cob Get a deep grained variety What would we think or a man rais ing steers that were nearly all bone The plans for spring work should 10 laid out and everything that can b done now in the way of repairing and polishing up implements sho...

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. — 21 February 1893

tmmm rHHHPy XHE ADVOCATE -- FOR THE FARMER a meeting of the Massachusetts jtcullural Society it iB Btatcd that lea crown on grass ground win longor than the samo fruit m on cultivated land Lato keep- varieties therefore should always grown on grass lauds ld pastures are host for dairy pur ee as many of the best grasses as the blue grass rod top sweet H etc which mako butter and tee of finest flavor do not attain growth until they are three lold and improve makinga bet- hf for many years itever breed of sheep you intend ky if it is to bo thoroughbred the same blood all along biit sg to a fresh ram or two of the reed from another flock each Lin breeding consider the size institution and quality In pes the quality of the siro will miato in the off spring comfort of the good housewife d engage -Mho attention of the farmer The kitchen ought to bo warni so that she will not suffer with cold feet The wood aud vogotables should be placed where they are handy so that when cooking a meal she ...

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. — 21 February 1893

t X t J 1 T t ii I Ki HBBBMMUMUMW THE ADVOCATE i HORSE AND TRACK Promising youngster aro good but performing youngsters aro better IJrucdei H that lilro men to train their colts should secure Iho lot t ability in tlio mirkct An Ohio ilrm of Miilky makers lias just received ait order Tor scvin pnou niaiici from Berlin Germany Directum will bo ready to meet all other stallions in 1895 Ho will bo in tlio as well as in the four year old races Dont breed any longer to the second and third class stallions Ser vice fee are now where every owner ol a good inaro can breed to tho best IlalDillard 215 will bo cam paigned vith the Villajre Farm stable this year CI Hamlin and T G Parsons signed tho contract u few tlays ago Tho stock being raided to build o half mile covered track at Lexington has about all been taken and the erection of tlio track is uow a certainty Hon James White one rif Austra lias greatest breeder ued to say wo breed race horses every day but a great sire coms once in hull a...

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. — 28 February 1893

lift AniMmfl BHHwnn Gov Osborne of Wyoming Friday appointed A C Bcckwith a weallhy stockman and a democrat United States Senator for tho noxt two ycaiv The Lincoln League a Republican organization of Watertown NY ban started a movement to relievo Gov JIcKinleys financial embarrassment nby a fund to bo made up of one dollar subscriptions LccdB formerly trufllc manager JMk vfa lie Gould roads testified at the ilc Mail investigation that k paid tho Pacific Mail Company OOO a month to bo allowed to fix ight rates Mr Charles P Wearer of Louis- u was elected a member of the Stoto Centray Committee Vico US MaNutt resigned a committee meet ing Wednesday afternoon Tho city CouinJilinen of Newport Ky against whom indictments for bribery were recently returned by the grand jury have decided to give up ifroir official duties until the courts idicato them of tho charges It is not expected that depositors of the defunct Capital National Bank of Lincoln Neb will receive more than tencouts on the d...

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. — 28 February 1893

s t 1 1 i M w is rv o THE DYING EDITOft An f7Xnown Contributor Trils iV V iv- of Kin tVtw In IMunk Vire Tho owner of n pupor lay dying in his hiir mid tho dew of death had gathered on his brow so vhn red lair hut a printer knelt bvilc him ns hift lifeblood ebbed nway and nsked tho dying editor ii ho had r word to say Tho doomed man mur mured softly us ho rabled t printers fist Well nt last the struggles over and I uover will bo missed Take n message and token to that city mnn of mine that all his worn out chestnuts ho had hotter put in hrinc Theres his joko ahout till weather which he med this uinnj years and tho gag about tho fellow who is always hunting beers in tho item hes so fond of on tho mat who peddles hooks and tho chestnut based on people who go fishing in tho brooks Just to savo the paper credit and to cast no elurs on mine 1 would ask him as a favor to put such cajrs in brine and tho lict hes fond of telling of tho sheet can and tho tacks and tho ono about bomo dandy who...

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. — 28 February 1893

fc W V I i A K timjj HHE ADVOCATE 4 t i SAXBY TO INGERSOLL K I tl t - ii in luisiiiooiuy wo navo nopo tt of nil men most mleinblc I Cotlntlilans rJtv10 heard jou Inst night Colonel Ilnbei t on handled your subject with care lip woiila from your mouth llowcd lllo lionoy i you Jollied poordemi old Voltnlre disputed your tnleut Lnd although you i o fallen from grace tnd do not bellce in the lllblc Khnt Hook o You Give In its placet Ino any thnt you lecture for money III parson nil pteneb for thoBiime I neither yourself nor tho parsons ftsntisfy hunger with fame ivhal I am anxious to get nt W cr please take up my ease U n myth nnd misnomer bn Llhc fjn Ilia place bttul about my lcligion i Im not burdened ith much nixed on the creeds of the diuretic ftrd by tho free thinking Dutch I admit cd as u student L of hi works call I ti aco clp us along w ith our fututo res night In its place it 1 i i f -fn limt nnrl nilr nrntlon nn Cntiltllll liS IxJ It is masterly scholarly ci and As a tenr tear...

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. — 28 February 1893

in k is to K Is flY It l u v MS w V x A THE ADVOCATE ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY TUfcSDAV KKimiTAUY 23 lhJ TDVERTISING RATES 4 4 k4w Oo Yew 85iSBse M inoosildtui 3385828882 rtITuthi 88S8S8888888 SKS2SSJ 8318K882S888 ivi Mouths- Bnt luoiitfon 2SSsaSS TiSaiiasiss oim Month- 883888888888 Ttiroo Insertions Hoet ggn 3Sa8KSSSSSS TCwo Insertions HHnang S8S8S8S3888S tiugc fncrtlon M oaoj q no 0 2 a SSSSSisi a C O O O O O O O - m - w a m w TOIt 8TATE 8KNAT0II e are authorized to announce Hon I Gay of Clark county as si ran dlRSe for Senator of thi district com poiisd of tho counties of Clark Horn Lion and Montgomery subject to th action of the Democratic party fridge Lewis Appcrson returned on Saturday evening 1mm a trio to Washington city whither he had gone fn Ulie interest of his candidacy foi Revenue Collector for this district We take occasion to repeat what we Iiivo heretofore- said Should Judge Apperson bo honored by the appoint ment he will honor the office by giv ing to it an absolu...

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. — 28 February 1893

f r i rV r V j ukS lil HE ADVOCATE iMi fl It Harper is very low with site Brlghts disease with little hopes recovery Eq Harvey Trimble fell from hia fair last week apparaantly from ilepsy Ho shortly rallied but is a tiV elclc man 1 Chetmult left for Cincinnati lnoday to take a posllion in the frral Freight Agonts office of the t L E W railroad Esou Ormo and Mw Annio Hask married rt tho home of Hie bride Imstone Wednesday February Itev D V Trimble officiating Pi Garrison who ha been con- To his room for six weeks on lit of injuries received by falling ins train wniio was m iuuuuu 1o to ho out agaiu 1 4jn CI UCU IT lieiTlOll IllOVCU nuiu filark countv to this citv Friday We gladly welcome him and his family back to our midst agaiu They are occupying tho residenco lately pur chased of Thos WPricst on Sycamore street v Enquire W S Richart has declined to go to tho country He rented his farm on tho edge of Clark to Win P 3 Tread way G6 acres for 300 Mrs Potts who has been occupying room ...

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. — 28 February 1893

n f t V V yX TT III HiWI llll I II LHWWW THE ADVOCATb i WASHINGTON IN THE WILDER- NESS After hiirioitdi viiij his enniiitUwiou to Congrea it ml iitiirninif lo Mount Vui mni Vahlnjctoii wro u to La etio Iihvo not only relit cd Iroui ul public employment nut I am retir ing within myself tuiil iJihIi bo able i vh w tho aoHtury walk and tread the path of private lifo with heartfelt hulinfuetimi Envious of none I am rleteriuiuod to bo pleased with all and till my dear friend beinjr Uie order of my march I will movo gon tly ilown llio stream of lifo until 1 jdeep with my fathers All tho world is touched by hi Iteptihlicau virtue said Luzerne in one of his dispatehii hut it is uncles for him to try to hido himself and live the life of it privatu man ho will always bo tint iir tt citizen of the United States This is Washington after tho eloc of Ihyievolutionary War in 1783 Thirty tears before with a commis sion from Gov Dinwiddle ho hail penetrated tho Western wilderness t warn tho Ilendi a...

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. — 28 February 1893

rv 5 5 NS E ADVOCATE I a Lnblicans Are Delighted In the il Protection Act of the Oity Council ce Unto the Ordinance Against Traveling Physicians tndry Agents License Will Not Hold Water is An Idea of the Members of the Firm smocratic Side Was Will- to Sink or Swim on Merit blast issuo of tho Advocate lido on tho laundry hccneo was a bomb in tho camp fSmcd at no particular individual it prouucca coiiBiernauon auu muru than ono fellow thought lio had re ceived a mortal wound An examin ation disclosed that only ono common enemy had been struck A This license question was only an Outgrowth from Republican princi ples Wo are roliably informed that Jhe present owners and managers had desire for protection They knew they had as good machinciy as there was in tho land f hoy aro not afraid ofwork themselves They have skill- iorkmon and aro willing to arwork and prices wnu any oilier laundry Their buccoss thoy arc willing should depeud on their merit The6o nion aro Democrats and holiovo t v n...

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. — 28 February 1893

f 1 1 t N Grotchcn Hie dam of Nelson 2 10 h now 20 years old Monroe Salisburys string for 1893 will bo better thau that of last year The natural trotters are the kind to tie to life is too short to fool with the other kind More horses arc owned in IllinoU than in any other State in -the Union the number owned there being 1377 554 Iowa takeS second place with 1353791 bead Four horses have now been sold for 100000 or more the two thorough breds St Blaise and Onuond for 100000 and 150000 and the two trotting brcd stallions Axtell and Ar ion for 105000 and 125000 Trot ter Alma Mater hat produced 14 foale She has never mised getting in foal but two season once when bred to Dictator and once when bred to Elec tioneer At TatlersaUs sale of trotters in Now York last week Mombars 2llj brought 13000 Lexley 2 10 4000 Promoter 219 3400 Pilgrim 220 4800 Tho sale was a succef s and u good arorago was made In the list of 212 trotters tho onh that appear twice arc Electioneer and Director Again if ...

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. — 7 March 1893

5 fr V innitYii nf miimt Idlillli mHHP1 li I IN111 XL III CHANGED T IltStfilated in the national ceremonies iiereby emphasized tho complete iiuuuiiui uiiiijj Srmuiip I tni attrv OY1 C1rTTlflflT4 lion foorhafe in the oyes of other nd the historian were the mar- jfjous frowth of the country in potra Stfion anpowor and tho fact that this mofcjemov xranu uiujusuu uiiuiigu i i envefiimunt of 05000000 of people was accomplished according to a cut-and-dried fonriula every step of which was planned and publicly announced before hand ana without nouceaDie aisturu anco of public interests or the creation of any excitement except that naturally accompanying a great political pageant and tho influx of two or three hundred thousand sightseers into the capital The order of proceeding was almost identically the same as four years ago with tho action of tho chief partici rjtots tovorsed and it differed very lit tv except in tho extent of the demon stration from the ceremonies of eight years ago whi...

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. — 7 March 1893

t I I El e r A - ft lBKj v JBRft P V 1 si i VI n I i J V THE ADVOCATE kb V n Morn March 1 1893 10 S S Casstty and wife a daughter Harriet Leiiorc JV Mr Soth Holts ot Shsirpsbtirg was ju tho city Thursday on busincsH A S Kimos Lynn County Kama U visiting friends and relatives in this county Iaris gardeners buy toad tliey urq n insect destroyers cost ono dollar a dozen wliich They Mrs G C Coleman will go t Owensborro this week on a short visit lo her husband who is superin tondant of Tails of Rough It R Siegfried Worthcim importer of sulphate pulp and paper New York assigned last week His liabilities arc estimated in tho neigborhood of 500000 Near Greenville Ky Tuesday night Cyrus Leo his wifo and child sister and brother were burned to death in a Are which destroyed the family res idence Five hundred union wagon and car riage workers in tho Kimball aud Studebakcr establishments at Chica go struck Wednesday for fewer hours work a day and more pay Brig Gen T It Freeman comman der of Fr...

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. — 7 March 1893

I h s r i fci N f 5 d HE ADVOCATE f W AS IT JS IN HEAVEN A Bit of Pathos to Sof ton tlmAoperl ty of Life Same olio who believed it to bo an imperative duty recently umlortook to tell a widow that her only son who was absent from home hud become wild and dissipated that ho was in fact going down hill vory 4fast and would soon bo at the bottom Tho widow who was also an inva lid Rent for her son to comohome and jnako her a visit lie braced up and camo The mother looked anxiously into her boye lace and saw there tho furrows that neither tinio nor care had made Jack she said tenderly holding his hand in both of hers vo used to Ijo chums Va trintlint Aro wo chums yet I I guess bo mother only when La fellow gets big Dont ever got too big to chum with four mother Jack Wo ueod to tell lach other everything Have you lid secrets from your mother now lack I Now you see when a fellow Yes yes Jack but you are uot a fellow you aro just my Jack my boy Jvho used to tell mo all his troubles And naugh...

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. — 7 March 1893

1 tf t r ti t t - i TJ THE ADVOCATK ADYOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY TUESDAY MAltCH 7 tSHJ VOlt uTATB SENATOR Wo are autliorizttl toaiiiiouncn Hon 7 l G iii jj jp fid JY1 11 111 vv of Clark count 4ip a can r oSmiiitni lit Ilia ilintrli Waljjo counties of Clark Bom MltgOtUorV rtUOIHOt 10 1110 Siclioii ot tlc Doinocrntio party Col J It Iloltpwayof Clark county in a candidate for State Senator from stlto DUtriot composod of Bourdon Oiark and Montiromory Counties sub iect to tlio action of tho Democratic jiarty Your vote and influence re spcctfully solicited The Democratic Administration nsnowitt working order and if we could have our wish Adlais famous iax would ho borrowed by G rover taud used with a vigor that would irapldly decimate tho ranks of the Iltepublicau office holders Wo would flikoteVco a basketful of Republican offi cial heads presented to tho American jpeojrlo -each day till tho last rascal lhas bpen turned out Tho people by Jtheir votes last November demanded rtlite fci most...

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. — 7 March 1893

fjfi Vf 4 amaiwmtiMIIKlv BMML mIi m ii iiitoin rr 111 irirwi Hit jj lpw in mjj i in m m t1 - James F Flyiiii an employee at tho Star Plaining Mill while working with tho moulding machine last Mon day had tho small linger and tho ono adjoining on tho loft hand cut off if If the men and women of these United States dont mind they will lnnfco fools of themselves and apo epSil Mrs Grover Clevelands little girl Ruth Save tho child Huffman Wood is an applicant for throst ofilce Ho J now learning 15 ln4lin IC CillHllICSH UllUUI llin uiuuiui Johnnie Flo says ho has two or three endorsements jtememucr tne concert at uio vjuhh 1 mi Clnich next Friday evening j Vimmusio will bo good and tho object iorwincii tne emoritunineni ia given is a laudable one Mr William Push received a tele gram yesterday bearing tho sorrowful intelligence of tho death of his sister Mrs Lucy E Redmon at her home in Winchester Como out on Friday night and hear th Quartet at the Christiau Church You will enjoy tho eveni...

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. — 7 March 1893

1 y r i f1 I in 1 it f V I 1 4 l t X flit charge 36 a It 1h th j s HWHiHJIHIllU1WlllWlUIJWHilililll MlffillCMHftM MiyuMWIIIIlWIM THE ADVOCATE TOLD BY COL WATTBRSON The Whirligig of Time Brought In Its Revenge Tlutt was a queer stdry Henry Wattoiou told hi I lira loctuiv about a defalcation nasi at Louisvillf IIu said that tovoral years ago a uiaii lioldhisr u comiuahitinu ami Hocial position in iho Ken fttieky metropolis hatl ucd tho funds of Iho corporation of which ho was tho ItiMed tiuatidal head ami when the day of accounting canto ho found ho was Miorr in his ycfoutitt Tlio I into was loo brief to uiakti tint deficit good ami his own funds ihit in meli a shape that ho was inextiieably en tangled Ho wa1 an Imiiiui man but in a moment of ovoicoulidonco had permitted himself to deviate trout the narrow pith just enough to uo the flVnis cash as a temporary loan piom ibinr to return it promptlv When tho time came ho could not Instead ot waiting tho inevitable dis covery lie called a...

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