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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 September 1895

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Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 3 September 1895

r It O II a i t I i I ft f if 4 ft ft- i U- Sj - - - w fjyfJX f y o if r AGAINST AFFECTATION IN PREACHING I thlnlt no man should try to preach Said honest A M BalrU Who haont first the power of speech And shows himself prepared It makes mo weary to tho coro And sick nt heart and faint To hear n gospel pilot roar And rare without restraint I used to thlnlt tho man Inspired And all O K I own tTho by much training had acquired That blessed heavenly tone In these cold lnfldclio days Of practical affairs Wo judgo a man by what ho says And not tho voice ho wears Wo walk by reason to tho brink Of tho great unknown hence And its immortal waters drink Through classic eloquence v By keen Incisive thoughts wo train To view the great whl to throne And it is counted Joss to gain That blessed heavenly tono An honest preacher need not change Tho voice that nature gave For ono more sibilant and strango Has no more powi to save It may bo well to dress it up As carpenters do boards And paro and scrap...

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. — 3 September 1895

ff HMf 0 W v i S m H HW with o THE ADVOCATE Ml4 W i T Breyitiis Ku shouldnt be oxtrorrio ei Bie that hath a trade hath an at iiitvait for an opportunity work To determine ou a point is half js conquest Drivo thy busluoss let not that drive thee Looking at pictures is an easy mode ofthiukiug Trifles rriako perfection and perfect tiou iB no trifle Beware of little foxes A small leak will sink a ship Godlriay have use for cowards but has never so advertised 6jc smtio for tho living ia worth a l6zeu tears for tho dead it wisobpok is a true friend its au- gJ thor a public benefactor if you would know tho value of moiloytry to borrow somo Laztu8sss a premature death To lie in no action is not to live Neither silence forgotfulluess nor lapse of time rectifies a wrong dllaudlo your tools without tnlttins A cat in gloves catches no mice You shouldnt sacrifico your indi viduality at the shrine of fashion Ho that rises late must trot all day and shall scarce overtake his business at night Tho ...

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. — 3 September 1895

- u if n r 4 exjst J - 1 Kdi ift GWMi 4DV0CATE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday September 3 1896 ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC TICKET Soc Governor 1 WAT HAHDIX OI Slorcor County 3fat Llcutcuaut Governor It T TYLER lor Auditor Of Fulton County LUIvECNOUMAN 01 lloonc County vKor Attorney General I - WUENDKICK 01 Fleming County ov Treasurer Z n c ronD V or Clay County I Sbc Secretary of State H S HALE Of Graves County JPor HcgUter of Land OBlec GltEEX 1 aWANGO 1 Of Wolfe County JFor Commissioner of Agriculture I0 J1NALL Of Joflerson County Jor Supt of 1ouUo Instinct ion ED rOUTEltTH03Il30y v 0f Owen Connty Tor Railroad CoramibSloner 3d District G It KELLER of Carlisle SorRcpicentathe9th Legislative District Counties of Montgomery and Jlcncfce W F IIORTON Tho Chairinon of County Commit tees Democratic and Republican have -assured Mr Bradley that ho would rcot bo disturbed yet tho big over glow u baby is afraid that somebod will either cry out louder or hurrah for Hardin and he wont speak with Hard...

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. — 3 September 1895

zM j v 4k n H S s la regard to School Books I wish to ayrharea full stock and sell them atbirHated prico which is as cheap asNhey eau bo bought I have the lriret and best lino of School Tablets 1h tke oity Very cheap Also pencils jpen Inks aud stationary of all kind 1 and sco mo Respectfully TIIOS KENNEDY Ml 8 U jr JJChe sixth year of the Kentucky llLraluiug School opens this morning 1 II 1 t Trrlf It 1V1UI gOWU piusyuuin Aiiuj Auiiiui will havo charge of the Mathematics Maj Hudson Science Capt Greene assistant in Mathematics Miss Essex Latin Greek French Gorman and English Remember this school it for both boys and girl also piivatc claesesfor adulU and Mrs Fowlers department for children Mrs Fow lers advauccd pupils will havo the jE advantage of Maj Fowlers instruc tions in a part ot tncnr juatncniaucs -1 1 4 ii Rev Richard French will preach at Howards Mill next Sunday afternoon Settle Bros are making some im provements ou their carriage tory and livery stable Tho examining triul ...

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. — 3 September 1895

t gK it I wr k i i1 I CI HA A -v i u iM 5 Kv Us a 4MtaN THE ADVOCATE aviittM I Ex Senator Hansom has boon 10 ap pointed Uuitca States Minister 10 Mexico Twonty fi vo thousand Knights Tom Aw Wore in lino in tho groat parado at Boston Tho people of llopkinsvillo claim the town is growiug at tho xato -of 1000 oc more a yoar Thrco people were killed by falling over a prccipico while asconding Mtiuut Blanc last week A gold nugget weighing twonty ono pounds has been taken irom tno in grain miuo in North Carolina The Texas State Guard or voluii UQib now numbers over 3000 men well drilled and exclleutly disciplin ed At Davie Cave Washington county 0110 Darlaud fatally Bhot auothcr man named Kave in churcli as tho result of an old grudge 9 9 President Diaz of Mexico has form ally accepted the invitation to attend the Exposition at Atlanta and says he will urge all his people to attend A magistrate a deputy sheriff and v merchant of Perry county havo beou arrested for tho as3assiuation of Emo...

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. — 3 September 1895

r rot it- SPV 7 WG 1 Ik J 35 o r f rTHADVOCATk fe SiiiJtilinflV JgyLLEN Fell lif rom iior hlgli estate Fell a It iio hand of Fato JIad Iti mailco stmck licr down W TUroWa aside her dainty crown 1S Lcft her In the street alone 4 Heart to heart with paving stone - Sho so younsrand sweet and fair Crcpture of a purer air Light of homo the radiant gleam Of a fathers dearest dream Sunshino was bit shadow whilq Friends could linger In her smllo Fqll sho from her proud estate Fell asbythe hand of Fato Heart to heart with paving stone Cast into tlio street alone J By a confounded old safety bicycle W J Lamftok in Louisvillo Timc Clifton H Estill a prominent citizen of Madison county Ky died last Wednesday A When tho Court of Appeals convenes for its September term it will And a docket of ovpr 1000 cases awaiting a hearing i Itanedtill Liteey a Morcor county cattle breeder has been arrosted lor forging names of breeders to false pedigrees I I I I I j An advance of ten cents an ounce has been ...

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. — 3 September 1895

li if Si i Br foi U w tto Ol i THE ADVOCATE BRADLEYS FALL Soi W Istcr Bradley Vljm falin badly Im bruised and bato iud sore VTho Wat tho divll Is always clvl o y Ill tackle him no more lies broke a Joint sir At every point sir Until Im bruised complato Shuns Wats a dlvll v Tho moighty civil Ochhonct this Joint debato Id save me bones sir Had I but known sir The trouble I was sakln Och Godfrey Jewel v Why shuro twas cruel Wld all mo bones a brakln For Wat tho divll Though moighty civil Has thrown me down complately An in ood sooth sir lis but tho truth sir Hos dono tho Job quite nately ti Covington Commonwealth Born to thowlte of ThomaB Botts ioar town on Wednesday Aug 28th a boy no a girl W C Hoflman and wife have gone - to housekeeping on Clay strcot in tho cottago proporty of Mies Mary Smith 1 Tho Bath County Teachers Insti tute was conducted by Prof Fuqnaof Shelbyville last week and thoro wore Bixty teachers present Mr S S Bealo and Enoch Thomp son of Stepstone wore in Cincinnati...

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. — 10 September 1895

0 i Ol kl V t 4r f if J V New Dress Goods New Dress Goods New Dress Gpqds - New Dress Goods New Dress Goods New Dress Goods IS k Si 4 V NewDresisGpodg u an i v f Cl n tf New Dress Goods New Dress Goods r New Dress Goocts4 NewlDress Goods New Dress -Goods New Dress Goods A Great Germans Prescription Dlsaaseft blooil con8tipatioiaid kidney livor and bowel tvoiblo9 are cnrodby Karls Ctovor UootTQa for Halo by gliomas 3Comiedv - -ii Ou OivJngsviUo pikp or in city a round piccd of fringed liiteil hoavllv embroidered in vIoIoIb Finder will v H j ploasft return to this ojllce and secure Tbe3aptiHt 5uudayi4hool will be lield h thoeireultCotwtjilo6ni unlil 118 b Wit Sterling Kyf spsssSs New Dress Goods f i lv i ORANIZBB PHB tdUNGMBNS DEMOCRATIC jffiZfzt - - - uuuo t1 Effects A Permanent Orgamza tion - n Tiioyoiing Mens Democratic Club couiuy met porsuant to ad- journment on Saturday aftornoon and effected a permanent organization Thqy expect to enroll every young DdOiocratin the cgulity in t...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 September 1895

-ft I Ik s a 7 JU a fl v4 Kf sf I- in i - v K ftn 1 1 1 i4 4l A V 1 IV SMY SWEET A It My sweet theres nothing to frgivft Instill am In your debt iv r Vho gave a hopfc if not tho gift On which my heart vruu not Had you soen fit t6 grant your loyo I wero rooro deeply debtor And yet who gains what ho doslrcd Ayo proved more hope was better And so thoro s nothing to forglvo 1 Yet wsihcq oriTn debt Foroudorsako Ill do tho rest A Andhroryjioon forgot -Pall Mall Gazette THE MOKAL OF IT It was after sunset boforo Calkins - Bucceoded in recapturing tho two ex perienced burros who desiring a break in thoir journoy toward tho desert had withdrawn during tho night and found restful seclusion in tho donso pine oak brush on tho neighboring hillside Thus it camo about that tho ruddy light of Calkins campflro again at tracted us Tho conversation took a wido range at first but approached a foous when onoof tho party tho old lady with tho blaok mits rod to tho generally prevailing drought Sho mention...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 September 1895

ktr 1 m 4 M rtPK THE ADVOCATE lhlfUIBakUi 4AkkVitte 4 llABilIh4tAH Frankfort is excited over a serlea 1i burglaries J J Taylor a dry goods merchant Of1 Danville haB assigned p TJnchMimdXUH on tho last day of igust cash in the Treasury was i 1 It cot a Real tifaBher 15 for trying flirt with a prtly girl In E4stjrii Parkl Jjouhrm I f 7apaiMjMild to ibo conducting krut4jfliwu Formosa not oven MfliriiMm Was injured and thirteen hou rtwijslied by a cyclono at HuHtiSitOHenn Tuesday Cholera is ropoVtod to bo increasing in Japan aad China and tho deaths in Pekin are said to exceed 1500 a day Thojuryfortho trial of Ilov Wm E IHn6hav for tho murder of his wife has boon selected at Danville Jnd and tho ca9e is being tried A band of 12 masked highwaymen held up a carriage load of people in an Omaha suburb Tuesday morning and secured several hundred dollars Gen Hardin addressed the prs Winchester on Wednesday afternoon A large crowd was in at- tendance This county was well resonted Nowton Lauo w...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 September 1895

r a w I M ADVOCATE PUBLISHING GOMPAKY Tuesday September 10 1895 ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC TICKET tor Oo 8rnjr 1 WAT HAKD1N Of Mercer County For Mcutcnant Got 6rnor It T TVLEIl Of Fulton County fiir Auditor - LUKECNORMAN Of Itoonc County u For Attorney General W J HENDKICK Of Fleming County For Treasurer- The gratuitous t It C KURD Of Clay County YorSccietaryof fetate It S HALE Of Crave County Fkir ltcglstcv of Land onico GHEES It SWAXGO Of Wolfe County Yor Commissioner of Agriculture ION UNAIX Of JclTorson County SVicSupt of Iublic Instruction ED lOUTEUTIIOMlSON Of Owen Coiinty For Railroad Commissioner ad District G RICKLLERof Cailislc Sr Representative Oth Lolslativo DUtrict Uounticsof Montgomery and Menefco W V HOItTON insult offered the good people of Henry and surrounding counties in particular and tho Stato of Kentucky in general by Col Brad ley will bo so vigorously resented in November that tho Republican csn didato for Governor will br to uso the euphonious expression of Uuc...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 September 1895

LM m by I it tTK VftA I Si - t v tn regard to School Booksl wlshto Mfcay I have a full stock arid soil them thifr listed price which is a choap as they can be bought - I have the largest and beat lino of School Tabids 1 - t - h ill - id rueniiy very ouvnli Aiiv poncus fS Hei tnkt RinUlatlonry of all kind laud 6eo me Respectfully TIIOS KENNEDY i 1 Sj Trt ft - Tonng Man Do You feuow that you could earn much moro rthatt van do iftvou wore eaulnned for v9bifsiue88 with a thorough commercial education The Mt Ster ling Femalo Seminary will open a iiSght class for voting men only bo v jrlnninir Soptcmbor 1G 1895 in the lii Oommercial and Shorthand courses flows 715 to 915 p m Terms 130 per school I J L Tait Princinal V m 1 Next Monday will bo County court 11 Thii TContnpkv t Inufnrnncn of the Kr- r XL E Church will moot wnn tno church at Winchester on tho 18th in tant Rev Everette Gill will preach at Hie Southern Presbyterian church jxt Sunday morning and Rev W E SiHii tho ovoning tBcons C...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 September 1895

i ST 50 JTHE ADVOCATE Sven Lovcu the distinguished Swedish naturalUt is dead The Mohamotau clergy donouueo electricity as a damnablo power A chapel measuring 9x12 feet will shortly bo erected 011 Mount Blanc 10000 foot ahovo the soa lovol Tho United States mluts during AtfgUBt coined 4517600 of which 3- 072200 was gold and 748200 silver Iron dealers in session in Cleveland report that tho present boom in tLo Irontrado has not been equaled iu many years Iron dealers iu session at Cleveland report that tho present boom in iho iron trade lias not been equaled iu many years County Judgo Bullock will appoint women aR election judges to receive v tea from members of the Lexington Board of Education Last year thirty three porsons iu XiOudou lost their lives by tho explo sion of coal oil lamps3nd iijis thereforo proposed to prohibit their sale and use Little Frank Snyder a blue eyed iad iu knee breeches is in the Ray mond Street jail New York on a charge of murder Ho pushed anoth er boy off...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 September 1895

t t m m M Wi If i r fc k 4- rf -1 t k Firo along llostons water front i caused a loss of 150 000 ft In Massachusetts a lady cyclist col v lldwl wjth a sulky aud a corset stool Wts forced through hor heart - An oditor In Germany has beon rested and his papor confiscated cause it coutairiod articles roflccting upon the Emperor Tho Xicxlngton Gazpttd says tho Logisluturo will bo ascd to repeal tho law against the carrying of con cealed weapons sofac as It relates to womon ifa J i THE ADVOCATb Indianapolis was visited by a do lugo last Sunday night Many bu os wore Hooded The Tolophono Ex change wa9 struck by lightning and burned Federal Jude Seaman at Chicago discharged from custody sevoral Chinese ordered to bo deported and attacked tho constitutionality of the oxclutson act Miss Gertrude Vauderbilt who will ohcrit several millions and Moses Taylor a young Now York millionaire are roported to be en gaged to marry Mohammedans who attacked a Hindoo procession in India woro fired updn by ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 10 September 1895

B fir I to If fr ir v l i ir i -v A i THE- ADVOCATE The prayer meeting at tho South cru Prcsbytorian church will be con ducted by Rov Evorotle Gill Johusons Oriental Soap is far supe rior to all tho other so called medicinal soap for beautifying tho complectiou For sale by J B Tipton Druggist The Hon James P Tarviu of Cov ington having been secured by tho Young Mens Democratic Club will epoak in tho Court Houso in this city next Monday afternoon September 16 at 2 oclock Mr Tarviu is a strong mau and is thoroughly up iu politics an instructive and pleasant speaker Everybody is invited to hear this dis tinguished speakor Tho first raco for tho Americans cup was won Saturday by the Ameri can yatch Defender Sho defeated Valkyrio IIL by eight minutes and forty nino seconds- The English boat got off in tho lead and for a time held hor placo but tho American boat soon got down to hor work and rapidly out footed tho Britisher It looks as if tho Cup will stay with Us Simon Well of Lexington ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 17 September 1895

W b 1 Ik H vH II ijii N to MT VOL VI S k KM WWiiiii New Dress Goods aaassaa New Dress Goods New Dress Goods -New Dress Goods New Dress Goods New Dress Goods New Dress Goods s gggggggggggggMMM kK - T Ji 9t 1 1 O S Boom We have brought on the SCHOOL BOKk anV fl ripr flnm is Madam jseisy bred by It J Ilcdden Shclliy county MT STEBLIKra KENTUCKY TUESDAY SEPT 17 1895 largest stock of School Supplies ever brought to this city Therefore we can sell you Gheaper than anyone else Dont fail to get our prices WSLLOY0 9 S Maysville Street f Mt Sterling Ky MMMMMiMMMMMEMM j sse oojEzrrTyjzrxrr TO GET 1EDIGHEED Cjiester White Hogs -Boars Gilts and Sows W Z Qlv Qtititiion lnr1 tn 1 Q ow uhiihm i u M jbavltt Spencer county his she Jumbo 6295 Ills she itido of Ohio 800l dam Beauty 4060 prises dam Kentucky Queen 6032 etc Thcso hosrs cannot bo bred purer and as individuals they ate beauties For f m llier pat lnrcall on J ltcddcn AnvooATiiofllce or W W THOMPSON Tradcie Deposit Bank Mt Sterling Ky New Dre...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 17 September 1895

l 11 h k s wr Lightning Hot Drops What a Funny vNamel Very True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Relief There Is No Pay V THE ADVOCATk ff B dfh Gotinauys Socialists oar thoy have too far in challenging tho Kai- eor to a warfare extermination A statistician reports that 12000 000000 uowspapors aro printed an nually on tliis littlo plunet of ours Tho total number of papor mills is 3985 mi Amarr 9 irtieummmm While driving to a fUUdral at Mil fington Pa Nicholas Ohm and his wero struck by a Baltimore and Ohio express train and lho two wero instantly klllod Karls Clover Root ea is asurocuro for Headacho and ner vous diseases Nothing reliovcs so quickly For salo by Thos Kennedy A Russian vessel has just brought to Antivarl on tho Adriatic 30000 rifles 15000000 cartridges cannon machine guus and dynamite apreeont from tho Rnssiau Czar to the Piiuco of jontoncgrO Wormaaro playing havoc with tho cotton throughout Mississippi and Louisiana Requests for Paris greeu and L...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 17 September 1895

C I- In i P I tPW ifclwl ttilcjf y Ik 1 1 1 a m U HP Hk 1 r iht it m SPV JHE ADVOCATE A Forwalk Conn woman in k ill w ltystoria Bwallowed hot ongagoinoni rlng the othor day Ovor 50000000 la opont in main taining the churches of the United States and400000000 is running tho Jails News is received in L6ndon of tho death of Makoiolo 0110 ofLlvingstons tmost faithful followers in Africa from 1851 lo 1861 Missionaries in South America first gave the pas ion flower its name in al dti8lon to a fancied resemblance to tho implements of tho crucifixion - c Sir Edwin Arnolds nicco who has Tjcon in jail In Bomhaj foraomo time on tho charge of murdering her hus band has boon sontonccd to 10 years jpenal servitude 1 Kick Himself Before long W O Bradley of Ken tucky will havo to kick himself to find out that ho i3 still here Mem phis Appeal Dr William Popper of Philadelph ia says that wlillo American boys and girls of a generation ago regarded a walk of a mile as a feat of importance their childre...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 17 September 1895

I 0 fi Ml 4 I I I te r it ta If - ADYOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY X fe If If 1 - h Vt Tuesday September 17 1895 ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC TICKET fcor Governor r waj haiuun Of Mercer County Vat Lieutenant Governor It T TYLER Of Fulton County Cor Auditor LUKECSOIiMAX Of Boono County For Attorney General w 1 iiENimrcic Of Fleming County For Treasurer- It C FOltD Of Clay County Sat Secretary of State H 3 HVLE Of Graves County i3or Itcgistcr of Land Ofllcc GllEEXltSWAXGO Of Wolfe County Pot Commissioner of Agriculture IOSUNALk Of Jefferson County JKoc Supt of Public Instruction ED POUTEItrrilOMrSON Of Owen Coanty For Railroad Commissioner 3d District G It KELLEIl of Carlisle Fjr Representative 9th Lcsialatlvo Dlstrlct Countlcsof Montgomery and Menefeo W F HOKTOX Nothing is so Hard for a man to bear aB tho silent contempt of thofo lie is wont to look to ae friends Col W O Bradley the Republican candi date for Governor of Kentucky has earned for himself the bitter contomi t of nearly all classe...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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