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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 February 1892

i - 25 v '0&j ! Vol. II. -No 32. Lexington, Kentucky, ScLi ay, JJWriihry G. '1892. : MIT TTP it 'torn T T ? DRONKENNESS CiN BE CURED, THE SILVER .SH INSTITUTE FOR THB TREATMENT OF ENNESS -AWD TIIS- OPIUM HABIT. SAFE, tWBE, SCIENTIFIC. CTKTDIAJTA, Ky. . -OFFICERS. C E. Wharton, O. C Wheeler, President. Manager, Dr. Li. b. Uiveus,' ; Physician in charge, Dr. O. J. G'onendyke, Consulting Physician, Ctnthiana, Ky., Jan., 2, R. B. NeaL CentrtviUe Ky. Dear Sir We believe the Sil ver Asn institute located in our city lor the treatment of the liquor habit and cure of drunkenness is worthy of our commendation, and so far as results are concerned (in one individual case of which we know) the treatment has been sat isfactory. A. Williamson, W. L. Northcutt, . A. A. Dills, "W. N. Northcutt, L. 8. Givens, M. D Front a Lexington Cm federate Soldier. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 2, 1892. C. C Moore. Dear Sir Mr. J. O. Hays, a worthy farmer who has just m- ved to Kentucky and bought the B hannon ferni ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 February 1892

Out like the "Canal nw In the Blade. Fobt "Worth, Tbx., Jan. 10, '92. C. C Moort, Lexington, Ky. Dear Sia Enclosed find postal note in payment of my subscrip tion from November 12, 1891, as my time was out then. I am rich (in Prohibition) and don't want the Blade to come to me on the poor man's excuse I arrived here from Kentucky August 16, and don't know as much what is going on hereas-I will later on. Not long ago I attended the Bethel mission, headquarters of the Pro hibitionists, W. a T. U. ect. The speaker was from North Texas. His speech was each that I was edified. Only eighteen persons resent and only two quarters col ected that I was aware of and those were from my vest pocket. - Two weeks aero there was a DemoreBt Silver Medal contest to take place at the Presbyterian church between eight Fort Worth children. The selections were from the best writers on Prohibi- fiAII tf tliA linn rr TfafTiA WVl on the time arrived for the speaking A - 1 1 J J iL.l iu ucgui, s utujr wuiuuu...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 February 1892

ADVERTISING RATES. iiii OeeTsr, 4i insertions. SS88888888I8 SSSS8C98gS Six Month SSSSS8SSSSSS Three Mantia, lSiuserUoas, 8SSS888S8888 Tire Man tha. SSSSSSSS888S Month SSS8S8SS8SSS roar Thee Insertions. S8T888S8H S8SS Tr Insertions. M9 M E82lIHl88lI A Nice Old Gentleman Tumbles ta the Prohibition Bracket. Abington, Ills., Jan. 14, "92. Mr. C C. Moore. ' Dear Sis For your encourage ment I write this. Uncle Peter Dechant used this language in regard to your paper (the Blade.) 'I take six papers but 1 read the .blade clear through hrst all the time, and confound me if I do not believe I will vote the Prohibition ticket next election." There were witnesses who heard this besides me. Said I "Bully tor uncle Peter!" Another man accosted me in the grocery. Said he, "Byram do yon take that Blue Grass Blade?" -I do" said L Said he, "A man ought to be turned out of the church who reads it." We need buck skin editions in Abington. Send the Blade for six months to H. A. Peters, Hay Springs, Nebr...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 February 1892

Toa bet Yonr Sweet Life I will Take the Bisk. Millersbueq, Jan. 12, 92. Mr. C. C. Moore, Dear Sir I have been receiv ing the Blade for some time, and like it very much.' It is always a welcora visitor to our bouse. I take more pleasure in reading it than any other paper. . I have been a Prohibitionist all my life one of the kind tht vote as they pray. Enclosed find' check for (2.00 to pay for what time 1 have been taking the Blade, if I have been taking it a year. If not I am satisfied any way. 1 have received two dollars worth from it If you feel like taking any more risks on get ting your money you can continue to send me the Blade; if not yon will have to stop it. w un Dest wisnes tor tne suc cess of the Blade I remain Respectfully Yours J. W. Pays. I .will trust anybody Hot tentot, Zulu, Camanche, Chinee, Sandwich Islander except any man in btanfora, Ky. Afl.n Kaa v, f ? C The first time a man gets swindled it's the other fellow's fault. .The next timeTie gets swindled by that s...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 13 February 1892

...... X. s $3 FoJ. II. -No 33. Lexington, Kentucky, Satil ruaryl3. 1892. Subscription, $2 a Tesr . BJLT" GEM BLADE. j f & - . . . f r 4 ' if H . -I i I: a- - i i 1 I A JeJIy Deacon Give me $1 J.OO m4 Gives (he "Blasted rot fLaxy Sleek hat Preach en" Particular II ail Col ombia. MlLLEDGBYILXE, Kt, Jan. 25, 1892 Q'.C. Moore. Dsae Sib and Brother Here with I hand you my check for 2.00; two dollars of which ia my bscriDtion for the errand old another year. The other ' $10.00 ia for your mailing machine, or anything you choose. Go on with the bright -and shining Blade. Leave out your Balaam's donkey, Jonah boots, Darwin monkey business, and insert Woman Suf frage principles, bold and strong. and you will have the grandest paper on earth. I was quite disappointed when I read the list of noble men and women who are stock subscribers to the Blade, and did not see my name among them, for I cer tainly hold your certificate for $20.00 stock. And just as soon as you dropyour monkey busines...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 13 February 1892

t V 1 .4 ' .11 -y ... , A - - ! . b: -I t i . - " i -a-. as 'I Shall GiTtTheetuellentlien Tor an Inheritance" Pwln 2:K. T R. A. Clark of Selwood. Ore- eon, writing to tlie Nw York Voice eays. Lest the reader might infer from the tenor ot my statements that I was an enemy of the church. I will simnlv 6av that I 7 T I J have been a member of the 1 res- bvterian church for the last 70 years, and believe in prayer meet ings. . . The strongest Prohibition pre tfinct in the State of Oregon, is composed mainly of avowed infi dels, and yet some of these skep tics are amongst the leading Pro hibitionists of the state. If the Prohibition party ever attains large proportions it will have to change the methods which have governed it in m the past. It is votes we want, and we should not forget that the vote ot thej infidel, or the spiritualist or the what int tor good or evil as The Voice, the Prohibition na tional paper, is now being sent free to 100,000 tarmers. So you see there are some Prohi...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 13 February 1892

Another LonlsTtlle man Stuck ' aa Old Keelej'a Ji m Jam Medicine. liOCieviLLE, Jau. 25. '92. The Keeley remedy is curing thousands) of drunkards of the appetite for liqu t, if you. do make the assertions to the con trary. Do pray Btop making as sertions, aha let the poor women 1111 . . . ana cmiaren get the benefit of few happy days. I send you the "Arkansaw Traveler.". Just see what one man out of a thousand says' if yon please. lama subscriber to the Blade and like it except some such un reasonable thing as this men tioned. It will help Prohibition". Respectfully ' S. J. Lundt 1120, 13th St. I am going to quit fussing with these fellows. The "Keeley cure" retuns are Beginning to come in from the back precincts, where old Keeley has not sent any money to boost, it. They will soon kucck it into a cocked htt. Wants the McGarvey Sermon In Leallet. Jan. 27. 1892. Mr. -diaries C Moore, Dear Sik We have read with much interest several numbers of your excellent paper, "The Blue Grass Blad...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 13 February 1892

-, - . " ' g-" ,f' -v. 7; Charley Moore Can't be Blamed ro Hneli After all." (From the Falmouth Journal of Edu cation.) Rev. J. W. Hughes, of the Method iM church, and Elder W. J. Howe, of the Christian church, will have a religious dis cussion at Wilmore, beginning January 20, 1892, continuing four day's. The first question tor de bate is as follows: Affirmed, that the Bible teaches that we are bap tisedjrlth the Holy Spirit as in 'days of the Apostles, with the tongues of lire excepted, and that it is possible to live in this life without actual sin. J. W. Hughes affirms, W. J. Howe denies. The second question is: Affirmed, that the Bible teaches, that the church to which W. J. Howe belongs is t. - r i i itt r uie. Vnnsuau cnurcn. w . u. Howe affirms and J. W. Hughes denies. When intelligent ministers and Christian audiences are wasting ' time expounding and gulping p down such stuff, while innumer - able non-christians are reveling in drunken brawls, gambling dens, jockey rings a...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 February 1892

BLADBf ITDTT IT Vol. II. -Ko 34. Lexington, Kentucky, Saturday February 20. 1892. Subscription, $2 a Tesr j 4 r r Prohibition ud Woman Suf. Crate Make a Urand Stride at Chicago. Elsewhere in this issue is an ac count of the meeting of all the re form parties at Chicago on Janu ary ZU. It ia the grandest move forward that haa ever been given to Pro hibition and Woman Suffrage, not even excepting the decision of the Supreme Court in favor of Prohibition. If these resolutions are adopted by the St Louis Con vention on the 22nd of February, 4.1 - i . - were ia a ngnung cnance tor a Prohibition president in 1892, and almost a foregone conclusion that we will have one in 1896. If they are not adopted at St Louis, it ia almost certain that the Peoples party will split and the Prohibition element in it will join the Prohibitionist, and there is a atrong probability that the Prohi bition element in all of the others , will split off and come to Prohi tition. I heartily endorse the resolution...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 February 1892

The Stone Which the Builders Rejected, the Sane ix Be come the II end ol the Ciner."-M at. 21 : 42. (By Charles C. Moore.) When old Sol (I don't mean the man Who manages the sun Though, in some senses, rather hot, Yet quite another one.) His real name was Solomon; And writing prose, I ought To call him that; but now I'll have To call him Sol, for short. For Solomon wont go, in rhyme; And if I'm pressed, by golly It's possible, to come to time, I'll have to call him Solly. Well, as I's Bavin', this old Sol Had a meetin' house to build, And he got a boss named Hiram Who stood high in his guild. Now, just for metric reasons, (All poets know the why) I'll split his name right half in two. Now bow is that for Hi? But old Sol he laid wake o' nights. (Much married hated noise) So he made a funny contract With all the building boys. "In all the building of that house," (He emphasized the word) "Not one single hammer stroke Is ever to be heard." And Hiram said "By goL, old Sol, I am the boy ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 February 1892

X 4 lie Comes From a Town Where tlie People will not do to TruMt. Stanford, Kv., Jan. 31, '92. Mr. C. C. Moore. DbarSir Your valuable pa per, the Blue Grass Blade, having been recomnirnth-d to me as a first-class Prohibition paper, I wish to see a copy of it. Very respectfully R. L. Vanoy. PJease 6pell Prohibition with a large P. at the front end cf it; aud please don't allude to the Blade .as "your valuable paper." It seems to me I have heard that ex pression used about some other papers, and all of us people who write for the Blade don't want it like any of these other newspa pers. They have sometimes given me right smart taffy, one way and aqother, but you are the first man, that has ever got ott' "your valua ble paper" on me. I suppose as you are a stranger mon? us I will have to allow you to c?iil it a "first-class paper,'' but , matter of fact the eovernmenl po6t offices recognize all newspa jxrs as "second class matter." You must excuse me if I seem cross with you. I am kinde...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 February 1892

A California Chrl.tlan Preach er Compare My Infldellly With the "Chrlstlanlt)" ol Rev. J. S. Sweeney, of Paris, Kentucky. (By Rev. Barton S. Gardner in The Octographic Review.) KEBCKING PRACTICAL INFIDELITY. "While "the Blue Grass Region" of Kentucky has already been sur passed in the production of fast horses by "the wild and wooly West, a calamity calculated to break and crush its heart to smithereens, if it were not for the bracing up power of its "old Bourbon whisky," yet it has never ... i ,t " tneiess produced "a norse ot an other color," so to epeak, An avowed lnndel over there, a grand-son of old Barton W. Stone of sacred memory, stalks abroad amen? the churches and town governments, with giant strides, like a veritable Goliath, boldy and yet modestly defying the armies of King Alcohol and of modern school Christians. He seems not at all possessed of, or carried away with the flattering poetic idea, as some preachers and editors are. that sin and iniquity are abstract tions,...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 3 September 1892

J rc t c t i n 1 a J i t JTTO IMjiaJLAEfl. VOL IH NO. 38 LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1892. UUiiUUiUl 1 lU.il I Si. a e Year for jmt ixui- U H lnii 111 See Fob Tew You wont find anything to compare with it anywhere. For our $12 all-wool suits, in all shades, shapes and sizes, you pay $18 and $20 for elsewhere, and think you have a bargain. All-wool pants $3. Handsome line of Chidren's Suits, from $2 to 5. "Mothers' Friend Waist" 75 eents. In our TAILORING- DEPARTMENT We show over 500 rjattcins. and we save you from $10 to 15 on every suit. . , Xevrr pass us, if you need anything in ONE-PRICE CUB HOUSE M. KAUFMAM & CO., 54 East Main street, Lexington, Ky. W. N. BASS- & - - OILS, .A-Iili KHSTDS OF d PAINTERS SUPPUIS,P 3TO. 9 IBIR.O-A-ID'W.A.ir, Lexington, Kentucky. HUGH HICKS, MANAGER, -DEALER IN- IJarpetsrOil Cloth, GOODS, ETC. 37 ZSrOZRTZHI bedadway, Second Floor, over T. T. Skill man's Wall Paper Store, Next door to Opera House. Will be opea for llusiaess aft...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 3 September 1892

ICOTICK TO coniiEsroyirKTit At!rfn . ir tfcia fMfwr rlMiil4 to mmmm ptratrtf b Ik Nm f ib aaitior: vat MMNvilf 9ibl mtuM, tut m an fvidnoi 'f IftHh t farl el wiiMv. Will alf si-t f tb . iiuculf If etrfa. w f iviaf n.rtiM m4 4U U lb l4ira M-l ftf uraa flaia aa4 tfMUaot. Pra r tr IU 4iAcull M 4aiphr, walaaa wtaiw ta tbsr an wtmao HOUSEHOLD VERSUS POETRY. Helical h thin pie crust that I roll 1 mv Oh. lovely spot! A wilil. wild n.xik, A shaded hrnok. "crirrn with cherries wild. Whose frairrant plumes are tossed in air On wafting hrccjM-s mild. And in thru? cup I slowly work, 1 t-i meadow fair. Where daisies prow. And clove r, too, With presses everywhere. And broken fences all Frown o'er With wild grapes (.'rowing there. And while I polish bright my stove, I see a mountain force, Willi bow Idem pray. And oVr them lay f-oiiR briar? all tilled with bloom, And dainty ferns of maidenhair; I brar the ilil liird ' tunc And sweeping floors and dusting chairs, I see a pasture green, A velvet fl...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 3 September 1892

AT THE WINDOW. Here f mm my thilr I see them po: The rich. I'm- xir. Ihe float. tlie small, Cmlcr my in1ow: tiicy don't kntw A liltlc watchman S(T thi ni all. These two are looUlnR .Tren t they queer? They How do you do! I pucxs Uioy say They wonder why 1 stay in here Instead of running out to play. My two b'p brother and the rest Are playimr th. re Ixvoml Ilio wall; My hrotlHT Jack can play the host: You ought to Kf him curve the hall! And when he makes a splendid play And I can help them raise a cheer. My pains and troubles fro away. And 1 forpet w hit keeps me here. If I could just be well one dar. And fo out. too. It would bo tine. Well 1 can see the others play And take their fun instead of mine. I watch thrni here from up above Yon see it's almost, just the same. I kve them so: and I can love As well ss if I wssn't lame. Robert Hale, in Youth' Companion. SAVED BY AN ELEPHANT. A. Miraculous Escape from an In dian Tiger. OY, what was the noise under the house last night?" "Tiger...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 3 September 1892

BLUE GRASS BLADE. 2'Jte JJlue Graf Jilaile it jitiblifh ed every Saturday at Falmouth, Ky Sam Jones at High Bridge Camp Meeting. I am just back from hearing Sam Jones at the High Ilridgo Camp Meet ing. Took my youngest boy; my wife won't go to them; she draws the line at camp meetings and circuses. She don't go much, but when sue docs she gus to Cincinnati, and takes in Lohangrim, with sue'a folks as Patti and Albini and Nicolini in the caste. Bat there's noth ing stack up about me. I would not go to a one ring1, two clown circus, nor to an ordinary Methodist camp meet ing'. I think they arc deinoralizing.nnd that Christian psople- ought not to pat ronize them; but a man or a woman who never saw Barnum, nor Jumbo, nor sam Jones has not seen all of the world by a large majority. I had heard that story that old Horace Greely got off about ciders at camp meeting time, for at least five years be fore I ever caught on to it One day it Just happened to strike me, r.s I was walking along b...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 1 April 1894

MLU BLABB id THE ONLY PROHIBITION PAPER PUBLISHED BY A HEATH PER YEAR: $2.00 for Rich People; $1.00 for Poor People. No. 42. LEXINGTON, KY., SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1894. - -Ally A g V vOR.BROADWAlftt.tAIN - KY. q ? 1 5 THE BLADE ADVERTISING RATES. ti .iiiitiii ' aaaaaaaan f BBCSOBBC'S Tw S8S88888S Months 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 aMitioas. J,,a!!!(!l Month 8SS888888 owrtiaoB. sasas woMootb., SSHS8S888 liiMrUrai, JJ,,,',""gaa5J If .nth. SSR8SSSS8 ucrtlena. ....jjjs S88S88888 ' InMrtloas. mmmmm TZZ SSSSSSlSfiS IumMom. Single S8S8SSSS8 Juaertlon. v..ctta.a.. red at Post Office at Lexington, Ky. as second class matter. THE BUSY B's ; ly Breckinridge, Bill Owens, Bronston and Bain. Prohibitionists may now be re ' as bavin? a candidate in the Con jnal race, in this, the Ashland lis and I am going to have a finger in e as Bronston is concerned he is hardly "in it." He is playing for "Willie's" shoes, and his is to damn "Willie" with "faint it) praise." He hits "Willie" a reir icdolager, with an iron fis...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 1 April 1894

BLABB Id THE ONLY PROHIBITION PAPEE PUBLISHED BY A HEATH PER YEAR: $2.00 for Rich People; $1.00 for Poor People. No. 42. LEXINGTON, KY., SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1894. 1 v J nil i.- traa B IT IT iyViigsHATRtflSHING; V COR.BROADWAY&MAIN Iky.9 Tn 7 1 THE BLADE ADVERTISING RATES. is . t t t t h t , BBCSBSSS'S Tw 88S88888S Months 888888888 BMrtlou. J S ! ! ! B J Months 8SS888888 uHtigu. "'"sasaa . wo Moiha, ssasksses liueMeos, "sssa eMenth. SSBS8SKS8 nwrUon. "d""""" I SS8S88888 Insertloas. 7 SSriSfiSfiES JuanUom. 9mm-mmm Single 8SSS8SS8 JuHertion. red at Post Office at Lexington, Ky. i as second class matter. THE BUSY B's ; Breckinridge, Bill Owens Bronston and Bain. j I'rouimiiottists may now be re' . as having a candidate in the Con jnal race, in this, the Ashland dis and I am going to have a finger in e. " as IJroiibton is concerned he is hardly "in it." He is playing for "Willie's" shoes, and his is to damn "Willie" with "faint it) praise." He hits "Willie" a reg icdolager, with an iron...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 1 April 1894

7 "OUR JOE" Jines Moody, Circulates "Tem perance" tracts, and makes a fool of Himseff generally. H or J. C S. Hlackburn of Ken I ".ntil this time the most dislin ta whisky jjuzlcr in America, has iued "Gideon's hand" under the prcach jfg of the peripatetic theological bajja iVlle, Moody, ainl is occupying the lime for which he is drawini; pav as luiled ! moral reputation and business interest of the Slate of Kentucky have been so damaged by the notoriously immoral character of many of the men, in late ! years, at the National Capitol, that there is now. far more than ever before, a de mand that there should, in this regard, lie a radical change. The national reputation of Col. Haiti is such that his election lo Congress from I this, the most distinguished and historic district of the State, would do as muck to elevate the State, in our own estimation as well as thai of others, as the career i and exposure of ltreckinridge have done to disgrace us, and to make the name and fame of Ke...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 1 April 1894

t 3 V ) i i "OUR JOE" Jines Moody, Circulates "Tem perance" tracts, and makes a fool of Himseff generally. or J. C. is. lilacKourn l Ken- "ntil this time the- most distill- i whiskv guz.ler in America, lias fiico iiaeon oaim uiiucr uie prcacu rg of the tieripatctie theological baga-JL-lle, Moody, aul is occupying the time pay as I inleil i moral reputation Hint business interest of the State of Kentucky have been so damaged by the notoriously immoral character of many of the men, in late I years, at the National Capitol, that there is now, far more than ever before, a de maud that there should, in this regard, be a radical change. The national reputation of Col. Bain is : such that his election to Congress from j this, the most distinguished and historic : district of the State, would do as much to ; elevate the State, in our own estimation as well as that of others, as the career : and exposure of Ureckinridge have done to disgrace us, and to make the name and fame of Kentucky a st...

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