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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 March 1893

ti tjUJifmlTW HHjTWWlEy B ADVOCATE aaMwaa Ufoo8 planted shallow In vows ways and well filled aro more In- fnod to rot tau dcop planted ones atrrtfcoivo little hilling ProMbly b cause orthe rot 1r heat more than m weather and the hilled bocorao heated than the deep planted fe morcllul to your beast out do darry your kindness to extremes vo warm stables but lot there bo no of ventilation and lot this bo so inged that tho animals aro never a draft If tho stablo is sufficiently farm it is unnecessary iu uiuurui Torsos uulcss with a light blanket to prevent soiling -ff Ciiniatpf it is said changes tho na ture of sheeps fleece An oxamplo of tbw is taking placo in Australia L3U5 fleeces of tho strains of English Pshoep taken into that country are said to be getting much lighter owing ir tho fact that a heavy fleece is not nec essary under a warm sky Long hours on tho farm aro not al ways tho most profitable A very successful farmer says Show mo a inln who works from fifteen to eight een ho...

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 March 1893

v II FOR STATE SKNWrOK Wo are authorized to amiounco Hon J P Gay of Clark county as a can- N r ti L dt ar i pa It that thlsi waiti eoriot good plain have get it as if a two a ronaU ve cohw ie buK kat an m i BEM THE ADVOCATE iuatcd a Jacksou man The city is far from fc i ADYGCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY TUESDAY JJAnCU28 ISftl A D V E R T I SING RATES 8 S 8 n a a S 5 5 bb tr so o no n o a B 38S2SSS lj -1 a M g888gSSS8g8a QQ Sjg tn n 5 tw OOO 1OI3WOJMMM flUOJpWUf 001 tj SSSS83ggggSE5 6UOIJM8UI MWj U 88S8tta888SS SSt25KSoooCTeaw 8UOlJW8HM9a J S888KS881S85 V - - ii t 88S888S8gggg SsSSSSSKCooX BuoiJMsu M gttK x 88SS8888888g suonsosu it 888888888888 Mx ss -I 1irlatn fnrRpnator of this district com- f posed of the futilities ot Clark Bour i bon and Montgomery subject to tin action of the Democratic pai ly Col J II Ilolloway of Clark count I is a candidato for State Senator from t the district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomery counties sub ject to the action of the Demociatii party Your vo...

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 March 1893

4 - mmvqifatp Jacob Sliclton sold last weok 24000 pounds of tobacco in Louisvillo which netted him 9 CO at homo School trustees will -please call at the CoSflty Superintendents office and get their census blanks Boys are killing Bheop in Bourbon county for thoir wool Dogs are kill ing them lioro for their meat A collection for missions was taken at tho Baptist church Sunday amount isgi to 12425 - Tho sale of horses belonging to tho estate of J D Cockrell will take place iu this city Wednesday April 5th M William Bros Contractors and Buyers of tills city are in receipt of aniflivitation to bid on a handsome Opera House to be erected at Ports mouth Ohio -- Died on Monday night March 20 of consumption Mrs Robert Light aged 19 years Funeral was preached bvJHrA J Arrick of the First Piybyrojinii church 4 - i - ted Williams Architect has com pleted tho plans for a very handsome dwelling that Mayoi It C Lloyd will erect on his properly just outside tho ctyy ldts on the Winchester pike B F ...

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 March 1893

ra VJ yj vi5 gT -it y tn f nilVtWjIIMHll vI llMtoWi ijffiv yTOal MtmtWV i j r f rr THE ADVOCATE wIiViiIiSiVV Sheep In Orchards A correspondent a6ks if sheep kopt in an applo orchard to pick up and eat the fallen fruit would bo a suro proventivo of tho applo maggot so that tho fruit gathered frouf tho treos would bo free from tho Insect I must answer that whilo keeping sheep in an orchard during summer and fall Would greatly tend to mako the apples sound it would not bo a suro preven tive undor usual conditions Not all tho infested fruit falls to the ground boforo harvest time much of it going into tho cellar where tho maggots may mature and be ready for next year operations It all tho neighbors would keep sheep to destroy all fallen Iruit and if tho picked apples were all consumed and tho maggoU destroyed there would be none left for seed bui such thoroughness is rare amoug fruit growers Applo pariag and cores thrown upon tho ground in back yards or gardens tond to porpetuato such i...

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 March 1893

M HE ADVOCATE rs Pannlo Summers and Mrs srgarot Martin of Georgotcwn contributed oach 10000 to tho bwmoutof tho uow Presbytorku lological 3ominary at Louisville Irs Summors will endow the chair f Pastoral Theology which will bo taown as tho Fannie Tucker Sum- lhers chair Mrs Martin will endow tho chair ofjlomllotics and it will bo known avtiio Margarot Martin chair MrsBummera is a widow of m I Jr ft J l AAnliinll fF rt JlioraUB oummera iuruiuuy w V V TI hrvjjit otorimg JNauonui jjuuk Dr Stanley P Black specialist in bacteriology at tho Chicago Medical College is dangerously ill from dipth eria Dr Black has rercutly been di cuBsingtho germs and symptons of dipthcria using active germs of tho disfjfaec In handling tho germs ho contracted tho disease Ho was try- inir to move that a germ could bo passed from one vial to another and Btill retain life Attorney General Olncy has ded not to follow tho examplo of tho Treasury Department by making onblic the applications for omce men I inlho ...

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 March 1893

It I e ncevij f tt VJB A fled rulo1 tf Bi Thero is no disputing the fact that u stallion that is being kept before the public by an enterprising owner is more desirable to breed to than one that is handicapped by a penurious owner An exchange asks why some big stakes are not opened for pacing stal lions With Guy 2 OGf Roy Wilkes 2073 Storm 20S Riley Medium 21UA Online 211 and other such a class ought to till well It is reported that M Salisbury when he comes east this summer with hi Hiring will bring along Stcmwin dor the dam of Directum 211 to be bred to Director 2 17 with a view of getting a brother or sister of the phenomenal black colt In breeding trotteis or any othei kind of stock tlio increase is so rapid that it requires constant care not to get overloaded says a practical writer And every breeder should make it a point not to become over stocked even if sonic have to bo sold for less than what they are actually worth Judge Peters will sell on April 1 nine head of well bred ...

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. — 4 April 1893

C N Wy IhoiJ I - r V - III - JirtsjWWiwwijJ biaizB3Ts A champagne bottle with a letter inclosed purporting to havo been writ- ton by a cattloman on ooaru mo toamor Naronic at 3 10 a m Febru ary 19 was picked up on tho beach at Ocean View Va tho othorday Tho letter stated that tho Naronic had col lided with an iceberg and was fast sinking Tho name of tho cattlomau is not on tho list of passongors in the possession of tho company Our friend and neighbor Sam Bates has been taking us to task be cause wo have not announced his can didacy for tho position of Postmaster at Mt Sterling Ho is quito confi dent that ho is tho choico of tho pco plo and ho knows ho has tho powers that bo at Washington safo for him He says Cleveland passed through the town ho onco lived inrand that BU Boll know a second cousin of his quite well Ho iB willing to submit hs claims to tho people with tho other candidates in a primary or a foot race confident that ho can win in either case He does not wish any of his ...

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. — 4 April 1893

r V I tlothi fj - -1 5 WM V W llillM HMJ i iyWy flHOt TT r - vmr p7rBn THE ADVOCATE fc tho French and tho PARSONS DAUQHTER AND DEA CONS SON Oht alio was the parsons daughter Anil ho was tho deacon mm Ho saw her home from meeting Anil thus it nil begun He gaV her homo front meeting J list a lie should huvo Jone For frlie whs the parson daughter And lie whs the deacon eon Ho cnlled to see her father Upon n Sunday night Ho called to tee her mother And that was but polite They always niado him wclcomo As they did every one And tuen why twas the parson a And ho was the deacons son At length there enme a crisis Ho took her out to ride And lovo uVrcanto his shyness Ho togged her to his bride And gossips never wondered For once at what wasdone For slio was tho parsons daughter And ho was the deacons son ilic girl was sweet and pretty And she could sew and bake And ho was tall and manly And bold in meeting spake And all was right and proper Tho prize wns fairly won For she was tho parsons da...

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. — 4 April 1893

r w ADVOCATE Agricultural Notes rcr sod is profcrublo for kn ought to farm for pleasure 11 as for profit Ji the soil kept loose tho much bettor presoryed FIb better to got everything in linoss for spring worknow Iiisnot best to be in a hurry to turn In on tho grass beforo it gets a etart Farmers should produco tho things consumed at home as far aB possible E Yeomablo matter is a natural tnizcr what cannot bo usea snouiu ue turned under Clover teed can bo sown now on the enow or on tho ground whilo iu a honey combed condition Ulover to be of greatest value as a ronoyator of land must bo fed out on thef round where it grown Tho man who lias most to sell gen erally has tho least to buy from the fact that he raises nearly everything needed for family uso Green crops plowed undor furnish a heap means of accumulating nitro gen in tho soil This method of is growing in favor Dont make tho mistake again of ueglccting to thoroughly pulverize be fore planting It is nonsonso to plant in tho clo...

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. — 4 April 1893

t of 8U fit I nog bjr by A of ling ant Gen full Geif at Sew noon p iUatft able to i after his which n eighteen of matin Uhfrcrsii i En General iii K lis wife and f Ltei His el iif 1 HFTf r3iWtf w -- et a n 2v a ooes fl SSBg 3SS8SSSSSS8 SS8SaaS58S8 S8838888S88 8SS8S3SK8SSS 23Eit0CWWM fcShOK OOiW00KW 3SSSS8888SSS 388S8S888S8S 388888888888 03 o B uoiJiosni eiSaji euojpwui OHJ noyw3ai oojiu mnojv otio gllOIJJOSUJ st raosasni j FOR STATE 8ENAT0U Wo are authorized to announce lion 7 P Gay of Clark county as a can didate for Senator of this district com posed of the counties of Clark Bour liou and Montgomery subject to the action of the Democratic party Col J II Ilolloway of Clark county 5s a caudidato for Stato Senator from Che district composed of Bourbon Clark and Montgomery counties sub ccl to tho action of tho Democratic party Your vote and inllueuce ro pcctfully solicited Hon James A McKonzie has been appointed nnnistnr to Peru For a headsman commend us to Fourth Assistant Postmaster...

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. — 4 April 1893

t t i H H Trimble Bros Wholesai e Grocers MtWWmiWiHMHtvHWMWrti ADVOCATE - litions to tho Baptist church arrish rented of R F A Gipis house on Lovco pike and tocfselqn Thursday amid lino of spring suite just rfp at Sharp Trimblo Den- tofoand sco 1 bW now suit thorn before you mca II Evans of Winches- trf neon appointed oy judge gllastor Commissioner of the ircuit Court A splendid fi T Day of Hazel Green was city Tuesday IIo was on his JLouisvIllo to purchase a ior tho son so suddenly snatch- his side iry Watson bought of C corgo F two building lots extending Jueon streot to Harrison avenue of tho end of Collcgo streot for 1 ladies of tho city andtcounty faro interested in thoMt Sterling f jrary ana a M u a arc requcst Jb meet at tho Court House this mwv w t m i ijeorgo B Taylor tho very iiii nanusomo secretary 01 me tssamino County Fair Company was I the city Wednesday in the interest hlo association which holds its lng at Nicholasvillo Aug 8 12 rWilliam aud Howard Capt J L Bomar and...

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. — 4 April 1893

si I W 1 sl Bf Sl J iCT ill 1 of 8tt nil j of ly by s f Car 14 it t a 1 2 At of Eng witi oftl men fled rule I thatj this wait eorioj 1 good plain have get i as if twoa THE ADVOCATE omethlnK of a curiosity Kentucky elects but ouo Republican wiomber of Congress Mr Wilson wl Sives up iu tho mountains Said Mr Wilson not long ago to a Detroit Fret Hres inau One night I was at a hotel in Lex ington and iucidontally it was men tioned that I was a Republican and a snembcr of Congress Later in the evening when I was about to retire a onan with a diamond in his shirt front aud the genoral air of a fakir of some sort came up and spoko to me Excuse me mister ho said but did I understand that you was a Re publican Yes said I curiously And a Kentucky Congressman Yes And air you a white man That made mo a little hot but 1 cpt my temperand said I was What pay do you get Five thousand dollars a year Thats about a hundred a week aint it he said making a mental calculation About that Are you going to ...

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. — 4 April 1893

rs I Ki v if 3 4toi iuftheir pqekot knives on the mi of the seat says a writer in 111 k as a peach isnt she tick- jejgk young man wnoso scat waB inSfcly behind the now arrivals Hp cplicd the other Bridal evidently IMI vnd 3P em t HI w close ho sits to Ins I s ADVOGATE r K Jfttin PaImi tvcs trhV fnrfA rv WHO 1WI CXfll VWV4Wt i ma bifl mxm Wrain is J roesed in my magazine as d on anil didnl notice that groom had entered the all station but my tracted to the couplo in odd way by telegraphic lung men who sat opposite thcr across the aisle wore marks about thdm by tick- Thoy aro holding eaph jard arent they they aro exchanging lovo on earth do you supposo a ko that managed to catch sucli 1 it up Sho 8ii rely couldnt Shin g hi him to admire J i ats just what they wore 1 ell on tho train cots to the next lef Im going lo reach over and or bu wouldnt dare Lres I would Shod think it was husband you know hieir telegraphic conversation lpl here for tho bridegroom had on out nis pocket knifo and...

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. — 4 April 1893

ij SV r few it fT P J0 ur v H ft V1 im Lie 1 sn of b a J w mi of tanothc 11 r j IwforV hat w als rw ur tvitafc vrKft K - i JZSMJliiam Li l1 4Mtgu VU r - THE ADVOCATE - Kim HORSE AND TRACK - Well broken stylish roadsters are always in domaud Dont spoil one to make a third or lourth class trotter The earning capacity of tho trottor will bo greater this year than ever Tho day is coming says a breed er when tho most popular sales oi tho day will bo thoso at which noth ing but yearlings aro sold Ton mares have already been bred 4o Simmons among them being Glem tho dam ofAmericue C J Hamlins prodigious Onward colt by Dictator Axtell is jogging sound and hopes are entertained that ho will stand training If ho can do this it is ally certain that ho can reduce his record By all means try to breed high finish A handsome hor60 will always command a much better price and much readier salo than ono of plain conformation Beauty detracts noth ing from speed and tho breeder who seeks to breed styli...

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. — 11 April 1893

X V TOL III XSr gun JuLvJ 4 Tv ozorizEnsrs BUILDING aad LOM SSOCIftTIoil Knoxville Tenn - - 25000 TO LOAN ON CITY PROPERTY At FredoulaKy Miss Unio Byrd was fatally burned by overturning a lamp from which her clothing ignited During last week Itibro 933 busi ness onshos throughout tho country as compared with 104 tho week before and 208 tho corresponding week last year A Washington correspondent of a New York papor is authority for a statement that the President has or dered that no more fourth class post masters bo removed unless they have served four years or there are charges Jjmado and proved against him Stover Ortell a Chicago machinist shot and killed his wife Friday for iiaviig reproached him for his absense from home on a spree for two days The murderer loft the house before tfie deed was discovered Later on krtcll came in and cavo himself up John B Finlayson and Margaret Finlayson tho parents of Margaret Mather tho actress who rccontly married Pabst tho brewer aro now divorc...

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. — 11 April 1893

aft sir r xtf ll jW Vi i J bu W j W twin J ofnFraucei memory b iloduntil aft frulil888 so provioi UW fooah1 tndllfj ftfoi tf hatwi als iv Vjtpt e fat ati alis tip- IfiericV i plairiL I haytw t wj rurff i NoU II wnm 1 t mt li a ruTh Ml I a ffsiO vS Ii p 5w fr THE ADVOCATE Tho Marching of the Mules While theyre Jawln there at Washington an Tvalti n for n place Were nanpjr here In Georgia where were pot nmnzin grace I Were n aiakln of allrlnan were workin by the ruU s V JVn kcepln time lltenmeic to the marchln of the mute You kin heer ua In the inornin at tne very Icciio da A hltchln up for business anJest alngin on the way Xer we nil hayc graduated from tho politician Khoolf An warc kecpin time like music to tbc marchln of theraules Atlanta Constitution Confessions of a Middleman What becomes ol the uld and spoiled poultry we asked of a man formerly in tho commission business What the fruit Thats what we call poultry too ripo to sell a man with a good nose Yes where docs it go to Most...

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. — 11 April 1893

X it h t l J v ASr MS I nif THE ADVOCATE Causes of Loosened or Floating Kidney Tho frequency with which ono or both kldnovs booomo loosoued from from their normal positions aud float about in tho abdominal cavity is very much moro common than is gouorally supposed Tho modo of dress among civilized women and the bad position whilo sitting especially among young girls and women who spend much time in rocking chairs result in com pression of tho trunk at it weakest part that portion which is commonly called tho waist In tho lino of tho waist aro to bo found tho stomach spleen pancreas inSccd all tho most important viscera of tho abdo men Compression results in down ward displacement of these organs especially of tho stomach and liver and consequently of tho organs lying beneath them Tho right kidney is particularly liable to bo displaced in Kk M tm8 WRy as il i8 ovorlaPPcd bv tn0 - liver in such a manner that any ward movemont of tho liver is sure to result in crowding tho kidney out o...

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. — 11 April 1893

4 A is i i 1 I 1 ffitgsrajMH goot nlaii 1 havl r get t ftrro i rfirrun aqnolj i ana t utforl truth buttl Jti put a pod mnif nril jofore hat R ls f Ve cot i o n - pff n by A ot En wiifwiu offiFraiices mestory bi flcduntil aft rulU88S so proviou 9alfs thacf0ici i JltOO UIJB wai1 fiorid v tte A- Hjjpiwa v Kentucky 4- r l vmgui t e- qo cs ci w ta - f88S8SS8iSS 22StS5SooeM5 J 8 8 S w o ei o ekoKootflOOCSW 5S8B9SSSSSRS w SS388888888S tww SSSiKSgSnoM S88888S8888S 1 1 lrvofiartisanphnnio you must pre do ant llsjtW snBKK 1 i mMtJttcm n aMbujw liLUgaaag tat ar JZzXTWEBiTfmi j iidra9EK5Wsb iXrtmmfi Uvnu nlnacr nn of u7 - 1 w coiEMtiw slmaster General Bisicll seems to alous of the groat ahiount of at- prc1oFoui th A88lf tant Pwstmasu r Serf f Maxwell is receiving from the 1 y0XWktiG pre8P H haS 1SUl a -- maSrfoibilding tho publication of i Mioftho names of tho persons nBtaSfed daily by Mr Maxwell to rnatOlHrhiu his gift Ifihbsoll and Wl GHWhV hi tia tn omntlv and with vf Bl t 1 wjllSgo into tho...

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. — 11 April 1893

i I Js -A pit1 rei WQ chii ri Pi 1 intfl a tonce w m Soda at Isolas 0 atmmu iujinolloy Co court day CwfpPhosphate a lino drink at leol s Plf i 5W day f line Yget fresh roasted peanuts jday will bo County Court I and Ico Cream Soda very nirlii Bomar preached at fie last Sunday afternoon flays -will have Pepsin new drink at Isolas i Clark went to Frank- t to iii lOr UeOlgO JLfUioic o Kbolng engaged in tne church is undergoing IKbat congregation will WSouthcrn Presbyterian pxl Sunday Rev Bomar morning e 122L rmifhas the best soda water irfdf M Isola I1 n ar lbtarliought of J C Brown nw residence corner of aiTd Howard avenue for MnfBrowu reserved a lot Ml High street ipkhds tlio best soda water lhrWorfdiji3rl8oln NextMbndayt County Court day iur at aimuaUjaw show will occur A tiSSflr inrano twill lift fterge j JhMJB1 cikmtl i 1UIUPVU HW00 w ronortftfUtfi t is said tho show of pass ottmtek will ly flntfStSP Aid 1 T bo an taiMtbilafiSon will sell traco Y cbairirifSrite collar pads 20 and ...

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. — 11 April 1893

m m i m 81 ff I ITwi J ttFranc hAV0Wi hie 7l MJ13 la isi 01H MifllilMiijlfl KR VIXBXK ADTOOiLrR raOPtoATs AMBtlk Hfrs JgWftk FEE ADVOCATE owuhwhwowiwwh - potrcrrer Th S C Brown1 r TW Sv C ftwiv 8gArn Is tftwoftiW SreeilW of pwe fcveif row J firnowny fcavfoitf bow fttfrT rVsifi fni iBiv etninCpfes4 vvontf av orf tfSftdi etttKrt pwhu tftiV bTootf thaw any other Bread A KtowrvLajrjwrtvcocfe eroded wffi x Itaiv of any other breed show he oort 6f tlteafce more- than a ero tit any otlw variety Thy are now AofftMf at vurkabfe eg Ehtt aoufc huve very darfc fcmwf aitikfo suu f saddle are nvaroon eofor forge1 comb Jure red wafcfs attf wJWteear tebe awf atom sp weW oiv ftb yrffow fev nmfef them very Tk fenwfev f be infy are woe far faMnrf ffce mafcv having a aatamv cororea brear brown back ami rf dfe of different shade gold penciled necfr Ssrg red comb faffing fwfty large veil wactfus arte pure- ear roc baa a grace ful step- that matte her aa being- the- Qricaw of ffa e Vwafiref and whether jK...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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