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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 16 July 1895

Sf i 1 ui SASl i y if G r - KMT f i a I VOtuV 1 B I Pi- -4 feK I k i ii 5 wlim r M t i J YffH 11 JIJ mk m x IMP P P lb r Jkft ffllC u H iggggggggggMlMgejigM Mgap Hammocks The finest line ever brought to this city afjfiV f i Richmond Kyi July 13 News reached here to day of a dastardly cimo committed Thursday at Big Hill a villago iu Jackeou County about 18 niiloa from Richmond Susie Pace fourteen -years-old inj with her widowed mother t tlio homo of George Abraham uear the Village of Big Till was enticed from her home to a spring near by and was brutally assaulted by Manao Hector a desperate character of that locality The girl 1b in a critical condition aud it U feared fihe will die She Is a cripple A posse of meu is searching tho country around the scene for Rector but there is littlo hope ot catching him as ho knows the country well and has formany years lived among ihe hills ot Jackson county engago in making moonshine whisky Two warrants h ive been issued for his arrest one iu Ja...

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. — 16 July 1895

r I iv THE ADVOCATE t Oif For Slumber Land WI10 is tho author of this exquisite bit of fancy which is floating through tho nowspapordottho conntiy anony mously Tho fast fast train loaves at 0 vm For tho land wicro tho poppy Worts Tho mother dear is tlic en i near Anil tho 1 asscngor laughs and crows Tho palacocar is tho molbers arms Tin whist4e a low sweot strain Tio passenger wink and nod and blink And g6e to sleep in tho train At iS p tn tho next train starts For tho poppy land afar Tho summons clear falls on tho ear Ail aboard for tho sleeping car But what is tho faro to poppy land I hope it is not dear The faro is this a hug and a kise And its paid to tho engineer So I ask him who children took On hU knee in kindness great Tako chartro I pray of tho trains each day That leave at 0 and 8 Keep watch of tho passengers thus I pray For they are very dear And special word O Gracious Lord Oer tho gontlo engineor Wheat in England For many years Uri idi landowners hive been complaining o...

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. — 16 July 1895

wiffv ffil ri nfiB - pJte SV rHE ADVOCATE I- flilaBiiiarck ha endowed the rlv Kftiue ol the Agrarian witlLjlp6 money collected on im Fiance is having a hard time put ting down the trouble In Madagascar jjjOyeruetonth of lior troops -in inai fUiitry are Invalided fAliout one thousand Chicago 8s men will go to AllantaGaf to Jiubooiu the Cotton Stales and in- national Exposition I aLttomey General Harmon expects carry to the Supremo Ceuit the Fffumonts suit to recover 30 from ihoLelaud Stanlord estate TiWflfOi annual convention of the Baptists Young Puopjea Union of Ameridi will bo held at Baltimoie July IS tinder tlio biggest gospel tent ver erected It will sent 12000 t Au enormous flight of carrier pig oh8 was gotten up in Paris recently Sixty thousand birds wore let loose in oWinoridng from the neighborhood of the EUM Tower 5000 of them at one signal - 1 The Court of Claim at Washington has thrown out United States Com- niisdoncr J P Southwortha Louis- 111a Election Frauds bill as h...

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. — 16 July 1895

K v w v - re jy n t v il lv v tftw Cs r IDDOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday duly 16 1895 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Railroad Commissioner Wo are authorized to announce fohu 0 Wood as a candidate for Commissioner for the Eastern district of Kentucky subject to the cctiou of the Republican party DEMOCRATIC TICKET SStrrGavoinor P WAT HARDIN - Of Mercer County 4ffr Lieutenant Got ernor RT TYLER Of Fulton County ifth Auditor LUKEC NORMAN1 A 0 Boone County iVr Attorney Gcncial WJHENDRIOK Ot Fleming County Sr Treasurer It C FORD Of Clay County Vr Secretary of State W S HALE Of Giavcs County MFt Efgistcr of Land Offlce green ubWAXGO Of Wolfe County Tir Commissioner of Agriculture 10 S 1JNALL Of Jefferson County JKVc Supt of Public Instruction JED POUTER THOMPSON Of Owen Covmty iir Railroad Commissioner 3d Dietiict G R KELLER of Carlisle etfrBeprccntatlvpJith Legislative District ICounticsof Montgomery and Mencfee W F HORTON SBath County is coining bravely tfhe front with her criminal record It is on...

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. — 16 July 1895

P MMTiIiii in i i - 771 Miiiiiwaii i i i n i - i - - m FTTi iiii i IMare invited to I M m A j ring vour business to kE NHEDYSDrug store He will use every effort to please you p andSee Him He will guarantee his prices and goods to suit you His prescrip tion department is under is oWn charge at all times I Tnos Kennedy H fe f THE DRUGGIST Our course ofatudv Is not excelled If by that of any school In tjio State for 1 bbv or for girls No extra chargo lor V special touVso s t 51 tf ilt 0 W Fowler The citizens ot Xashvjllo have sub scriber 11520 for tlio proposed cen tennial and there is no longer any I doubt of its success I 9 Dr VV T Tibbs preached at Som erset Christian church Sunday and ill preach for the samo congregation Mthcl Smylay morning Pjohn Tinchcr received painful wounCs yesterday from a heavy barn timber which fell irom a car on lira The Young Peoples organization of the Baptist Church meet intheir house of worship every Friday evening at 730 oclock V - - A heavy and much ...

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. — 16 July 1895

rs m fc 54 if - - WtKrt ft THE ADVOCATE New doas For the Table Celery dishes aro lowuud flat and are of cut glass Euglish chop dishes aro round in atead of the usual oval ehapo Bouillon cups of crystal or porcelain are low and flat with fluted covers When a fringed tablecloth ia used tho napkins should also bo fringed Salad bowls oither match tho ser vice or aro of cut or silvor rimmed Bohemian glass Low shapes prevail in fruit dishes They aro of filagree silvor or paiutid porcelain Frozen tea appears as a seasons del icacy at Gocial functions it bids fair to rival cafe frappo Cotleo cups aro of tho low English pattern or high and slender and set upon a gilded or filagree base Goblets aro no longer seou on well appointed tables The tumblers are m U light and ofien handsomely en graved The rococo porcelain with its ex cessive decoration is relegated to oc casions of great elegance as it is very expensive Handles of knives forks and spoons seem to have a spiral curvature at present tw...

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. — 16 July 1895

hmfe s BR fls fSSii IK J n St lis THEmDVOCATE st Thougliii Tersely Expressed erccan Do co homo without a 4p Mrs Annie L Digga It la not the Interim ot one honfeo butt tli6 Cfitorior o ones mind mikes Wheeler Wilcox- Brother Jpnalhan must takq a back seat when Her Magniflciont Highness the American -woman assorts heraolf Max OHelU Scrubolog and eoapulogy itiBtoad of theology are what is most needed iti dealing with the submerged twen tieth of society General Booth 4 I believe it Is more important to lift many men out of bo ditch than to spend my timo changing tlm creed ot a foW men Iiov Thomas Dixon- Jr I sometime wonder if I have net had moro trouble in preserving my rights from woman InterferencH thail I had to free them from man Mm Whitney The lack of unity in American so cieties duoto three causo9 Poverty iguoranQeandthd lack of Intelligent leadership anions the poorer classes of people Dr llainnfordl No man lias a right t briug up his children without eurrouudhig them with books...

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. — 16 July 1895

i h i 1 ft r J II B f I i L e I i Vfi 1 wlfvV Ai iJ 1 f M r J 5 - lvi f 1 7 - C gfe Contentment and happiness are only possible with perfect health The rapid advancement in medical science now permits tho preparation of medical compounds whoso use is a guarantee to success One of the best known and most popular at tho present day is Dr Fenners Kidney and Back ache uure o certain is it to bring prompt ana permanent relict in all kidney and bladder complaints female weaknesses gravel lame sore or ach ing back as -veil as in all blood dis eases skin eruptions scrofula swell ings dyspepsia dropsy headaches 6enso of weariness or drowsiness etc that it has long1 been sold money re funded If satisfaction not given Could anything be fairer Costs nothing to try it Take a bottlo home to day DEMOCRATIC r 0 NFERENCE 3artry Ieaclei S and Mem bers of the State Com mittee Qpiiiers as to a Plan if Campaign of No Restriction Plncccl on Speakers CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE APPOINTED 1 Tliey Decide to Arrange ...

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. — 23 July 1895

I J 5 r p L -hl ft V iK o n l -- t VOLV average of 75 bushels per acre Cliff Bush sold to Win Qreeuo five head of heifers at 2 GO and 2 75 weight 850 pounds Also to It C Robinson four fat steers at 3 75 per hundred weight about 1450 Wades Mill II C Domigan is on the rfck list Tobacco is doing woll but it is very uneven Mrs Sam McDonald is visiting the III s rrvl 4 I STERLING Hammocks mv The finfenne ever brought to the city at f v WSLLOYD Drug ancb Book Store V3STo S ISEaysville St Mi Sterling Ky ALSO V ft 1 K 1 i in one so JBPEfSEnag uei ae ts Low Prices ggeggMSlMIMPMMlP CORRESPONDENCE Grassy Lick Misses Mary and Annio Evans of Clark arc visiting the family of J H Mason Jas F Mason will ship on to-morrow a car load of sheep and cattle to Cincinnati - vi Jas T Donovan sold Win Green6 V three fat heifers at 360 per hundred voight850 pounds i - j A Orear and Geo ponton boueht facar load of Cincinnati calUof differ r tint parties at 2 to 3 cts Mrs A B Forguson and Mrs J II I Mason was ...

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. — 23 July 1895

M if B 1 a sj i J i tf t H km rtyp jtfwMw V ftfWW itw W fc - fi f THE ADVOCATE Historical Lies- Tlioro was novor such a person as Popo Joan tho so called femalo tiff v William Tell did not found tho Swiss coufcdoratioit and tho siory of Gosper has no historical basis Tho Man in tho iron mask did not if wear a mask of Jron It was black velvet secured bv steel springs The wondoiful Damascus blades that cut bars of iron in two were not superior to tho Toledo blades made Seneca was not a half christian phil osopher but a grasping or and usurer who died worth over 3000000 Caesar did not say Et tu Brute V Eyo wilnesscsb to the assussiuaiiou do vised that he died lighting but silent like a wolf Charlemagnes paladins had no cx istonco and the history of tho King himself in so clouded by myths as to bo wholly unreliable Wellington at Waterloo did nol - Bay Up guards and at em The words were put into his mouth bv an imaginative writer Richard III was not a hunchback but a soldier of fiuc form...

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. — 23 July 1895

ki 1 1 yPjJi M Uii Ka Hid KtSb MM f wM itnip I Of m VW f w AfKk1 jSk V iV f THE ADVOCATE Fairy v8 once a beautiful woman Adieu formerly signified to God It was an abbreviation of a HHk 1TJ K fridWnrd History Ctisod by friends wheu partlujr oodbyo is au abbreviation of an Id English form of parting God be th you until we meet Starve was onceto die any manner death WfcliuVa sermons tell how Itrldi itarvod on the cross for the emwion of men Aiikj nnrn mfiftllt anV I10IU 11 IB still used with this significance by the Gormans who speak of Gods aero alluding to the cehiotcry Town originally signified a farm or farmhouse It is used in wyciino in this sense and thoy went their ways one to his town another to his mer chandise t Meat once nieant any kind of food In ouo old English edition ot the Ir4e prayorllio well known petition is rendered give us this day our daily meat ft Corpse once meant a body whether viug or dead Many old writs are 7taut iu which the Shorill or one ol deputies are co...

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. — 23 July 1895

1 r lW T I K IK i F K f S f - jSPi iMOCATK FUBL18HIH0 COMPtfh Tuesday duly 23 1895 ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC TICKET SVsr Governor 1 WAT UAKDIX Of Morcor Count y Cor Uautenant Governor It f TVXEIt Orr ultcra County XrVr Auditor LUKECNOIOlAX Oflloono County affir Attorney General W7IIESURIOK 6t Klcmlpf Countr J2jfir Tiaurcr R CKOKD 01 Clay County Sbr Secretary of State II 6 HALE Of Graves County Cr Ucgistcr or Land Office GREEN BS5WAXG0 Of Wolfe Couuty S2Vr OcmmiMloncr of Agriculture ION TIKALL Of Jefferson County VTorSuptof Tulijlc Instruction ED IOUTEKJTUOMlSOX Of Owen Coanty War Railroad Commisstouurjd District G RKELLER of Carlisle Ifar KeprecntatIveOtli Legislative District fCountlejof Montgomery and Mcnefou W F H0UT0N The motto InGd Wo Trim wa wit put on American coins uniil 18G4 Sefore that we trusted in the inherem wduc of the metal New York Com Atiorcial AdvprtUor The New York Imied remarks that tfe tucresiiig prosperity of the conn tfxy threatens to destroy the free silver xH...

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. — 23 July 1895

K3t -ii -- SkS Invito Bring 3rour business i cfri 1 rjR MTY to KENNEDYS Drug store He will use every effort to please you aiidSee Him He will guarantee liis prices and goods to suit you His tigjn department is under liis own charge at all times iThos Kennedy j - THE DRUGGIST To teach science properly require tyiro tliihgsa good teacher and plen KjfQfapiitratta Thb K T S has iboili G W Fowler PNunnelley of Chilcsburg tpTtfriS been on the verge of death 3V several weeks wa are glad to say hry much better le Sterling Dancing Club gave an omptu hop at 1hp Masonic Ifot Thursday evening It was a enjoyable affair Tsfern parties will meet Mr John Martin hero to day with the view of looking over the grounds toritto beginning work in earnest on thqffpater Works lame Jeffries went down 0 he ucar Vanceburg one day last week Pcaught three catfish which weigh ts pounds the largest 78 second lud thesmallest 38 The Best Cough Cure Is Shilohfl Cure A neglected cough is dangorOus Slop it at once i Sh...

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. — 23 July 1895

fc K r ix I p P IV Lff t i fr I Bi- S I P mmei THE ADVOCATE The production of pig iron for the first six months of 1805 wns 4087558 gross tons ngainst 1049 405 tons for tho snnio period Inst year - The Baptist congregation at Majfield will build a new church Theeeifico will cost 20000 about 12000 having already subscribed or the purpose III - Two Cincinnati fireman were killed sixteen injured and two ci tizens badly hurt by a fire that caused 175000 damages in that iity Wednesday The Shelbyvillo Water Company lias notified all consumers of water that they must not use nozzles more than one eighth inch in dia meter Water is getting scarce at Shelbyville A Richmond Va newspaper gives a very graphic account of the wrecking rf a train load of water melons last Sunday within a short distance of a church filled with -colored people The damage suit of Haydon vs Eiley which has been on trial at Mayfield resulted in a verdict for the plaintiff Hayden alleged that Qiley accused him of stealin...

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. — 23 July 1895

w PS tfnr x - bor 1 THE ADVOCATE if ty D Althouso of Phoenixvillr recently rofusod 15000 for Win 1111 jHohnalhah E Qulukrcll of Wolfe tfoutlty who was made the nominee for Rcalfetcr of the Land Oflleo by tho slwlJr qpulist Convontlou has declined tro nmntV honor Tlio Chief of Engineers In ohargo of rlvorsand harbors will recommend jthat tho next Congvc appropriate 500000 for improvements on tho Ken tucky river next year The Alabama iron furnaces now dictato the prico of pig iron in tho United Statos Kever boforo has tho - rou industry in tho South been in so prosperous a condition Tho publications of tho nent M igazino will cease with tho An gust number and tho subscribers will rcceivo Soribners Magazine untill the end of their terms of subscription Notwithstanding Capt Summers statement that tho Columbia sustain ed no serious damage when eho was placed In tho Southampton dry dock tho naval officials at Washington fear that the real injury has been under estimated Customs receipts f...

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. — 23 July 1895

- r U i 1 s 0 o 1- i MBATE ON SILVER First Day of the Harvey Horr Controversy TWO CHAMPIONS JOIN THE ISSUES General Positions of the DUputnnts v Stated Ilattlo Itugts Around the Unit of Value Principally Murvey Contend Tlmt Silver Wu the Invorcd Metal in 1703 mid Horr Tlmt tho Yellow Dollar Was Also 11 stiuuluril of Value Copyright lfeM by Azel F Hatch Tho first of the series of debates be tween Hon R 0 Horr and W H Harvey Esq author of Coins Financial School began In the Illinois clubhouse at 2 p m Tho chamber that liad boen prepared for the occasion was full to Its utmost capac ity of Interested listeners When the gathering came to order Dr ThomasPres Ident of the Illinois Club welcomed tho guests of the club In a brief address and presented the Judges of tho discussion Hon H J Miller and Judge W A Vincent Judge Miller then stated the conditions of the debato which have been widely pub lished the principal feature of tho same being that the talks will be a running fight as It were...

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. — 30 July 1895

iWb VOL VI n amngnt wiwii nra iwm G mt sterling advocate m u ammoc Tho recent death of Gen Green Clay Smith pf Kentucky a Union vetoran causes an old Confederate veteran to pay him the following tribute in the St Louis Republic The writer is C 1 Allen and The Tribune gives it space as an interest ing incident of war times I wad deeply grioved to read of the death pu last Saturday of Gen Green Qay Smith of Washington City Gou Smith was no ordinary man When a very young man ho represent ed the Covington Ky District in Congress was a Major General of Cavalry on the Federal sido during tho late Civil AVar was Governor of Montana whon it was first organized as a Territory and came within ono or two votes perhaps a fraction of a vote of defeating Andrew Johnson for tho Republican nomination for Vice President in 1864 lie was also tho Teniperonce candidate for Presi in 1876 Somo years after tho late war he b3 came a Baptist minister and at his death was pastor of tho Mjnumental Baptist Chu...

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. — 30 July 1895

iSr fe - s Hi 1 i l I m St iiitmSiaam ft TJUKU DAYS TALK Horr and Harvey Discuss the Demonetization Act WAS IT PASSED IN CONSPIRACY Extract from tho Srfeeclics Made During Its Long Consideration by Congress The Uaiio or tho Claim of Collusion unit Fraud Ilnrvoy Enlitrges on Legislative Corruption nnd Charge Thut tho Bill Passed Was Mutilated I nter Copyright 1895 b Azol P Hatch MrHorr had the floor again at tho be ginning of the third days debate on the silver question and began the days talk with a personal explanation He said Previous to entering upon a discussion of the law of 1873 I desire to state something as to my personal relations In this debate because my opponent yesterday stated Mr Horr has only taught In this debate a prop osition that Is In tho interest of every selfish money lender In tho world to advo cate and ho Is hero advocating It That Is a part and parcel of the method usual ly adopted by the advocate of free sliver for the purpose of creating a prejudice agains...

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. — 30 July 1895

I m 5 rnrnm i laa VHf fAf BW Blf HsU 9PKioI J -5 - ADVOCATE Uftful Housaliold Hints Sakdiiveall times valuable as cool- Tjntffrgihlug food and as boBido ex- J celeMfdglforpromotlng sleoji pchirapoys should never bo slied Dampon a cloth lu aicanoi thorn clean in half the time ccoptabla way of quenching ijys thirst is to tie some well imin ti oco of eon clean ln 1 ij -in rsws status biiouiu uo ruuuuu wnu asses thoroughly and then washed out as usual Another treatment is to rub with alcohol aud then v ash in water A common caiwe of failure in making fancy bread and rolls is mix ing the dough to 9tifTlt shonld bo soft enough to work without being tho leaststicky Vien the burnors become clogged and stick lay them in a small pot cover withvjnegar and add a tablespoon fdl of ealtlot them boil an liour or two They will conic out a fresh aud clean as ever Washing soda moistened to a paste ill batehten this quickly and a tea- noonful added to a tablcspoonful of paulsh whiting will mane a fiat...

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. — 30 July 1895

w - nf fr Ki I i ft i i h Hi fcvi A S V F v 1 - s I V r t r o FT ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday July 30 I8G5 ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Governor 1 WAT HAKDIN 01 Mercer County For Lieutenant Governor It T JYUEtl OMultou County For Auditor jiFJr Supt of Public Instruction- LUKE C NORMAL Of Uoone County For AttorncyGchcral - AVTHENDRICIC OI Fleming County For Trcasu ret tt C FORD N Of Clay County For Secretary of State 1 II si HALE Of Graves County For Register of Laud OIUcc GREEK BSWYXGO t Of Wolfe County For Commissioner of Agriculture IOVBNALr v Of Jefferson County El rORTEItlTHOMlSON Of Owen Comity JSar Railroad Commissioner 3d District G R KELLER of Carlisle Jor Representative 9th Legislative District Counties of Montgomery and Menerco W F HORTON The democrats of this county must buckle down to business if they do not expect to be left be hind in theprocession at the com ung November election From all parts of the State come reports til at the Democrats are shaking o...

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