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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 8 October 1895

Ji if lV n K MT VChJu VI ggggggggggMfifMgMMMSM School Books In tho halcyon days of childhood standing by our grandmothers listen ing to their stirring tales of pioneer life and bolder warfaro our interest began in tho American Indian Tin old black nurse had only to utter the word Injuns to bring tho most re fractory urchin to terms With ma turor years our iutorest in this van ishing race has intensified Whether wo study them as tho fiorco tribes of North America tho more civilized gentlo followers of tho kingly Monto zuma or tho barbaric splendor of tho Do You James PROMISE always to buy the family groceries at Baum Sons Econemy and family peace demands the insertion of the above in every mariage serr vice A BAUM ZrSON GROGERS 3Et Sterliixg ICy I i - We have brought on the largest stock of SCHOOL JB06fCS and School Supplies ever brought to this city Therefore we i can sell you cheaper than anyone else Dont fail to get our prices WSLLOYD 9 S Maysville Street Mt Sterling Ky i gggSMSSS...

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. — 8 October 1895

17 I I tf - r THE ADVOCATE Mother- AH that I am my mother made me John Qalncy Adam Nature taring proxy the wafchfo mother Balwrer All that I am or hope to ber I owe to my mother Lincoln Let France have good mothers and she will have good o Tbe future destiny of the child h always tbeork of the mother v La crztelie If there be anght aurpawing bamao deed or word or thought it is a moth er lora Marcblonew de Spodora It yon would reform the world from its error and vice begin by enlist ing the mothers C Simmon Say to mother what a holy charge is theirs with what a kindly power their love might role the foontains of a new born mind 3Ira Sigonrney Unhappy is the man for whom hi ovtt mother hza not made all mothers venerable- Kichter Welch vs- Atherton Hon W G Welch of Stanford himself a sound money man ha written an open letter to 3Ir J 31 Atherton of Louisville the wealthy distiller who does not think Gen Har din worthy of his support This letter he concludes in the following stirring se...

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. — 8 October 1895

f li ISSrj m kr HF l w 1 byiif Tt If 1T i 3M n h u v T kill a martin hi - a JHE ADVOCATE Eat J 1 - Superstitions all folkloro 1 oonwered uiilucky Iull lands YaVen anil crows have been oonsidQred birds ot evil ombn 1 It Sfcuth Italy t hero Is a bpHof thai the chatmlcon takes no food but ali lu India thero is an idea that a Hon can not be induced to attack a prince or any scion of a rdyal house A great many country people bo iiovo tliat the screeching of an owl indicates impending calamity Tit Fran co it Is believed that wheira -white pigeon settles upon a chiinuo the incident betokens Bpocdy death iorsomo iutnafo ot the house In Holland and Belgium to kills Mork is couilllercd ore of the gnatcM misfortunes that ciin happento a man Ill luck is certain to follow hitn through life In most parts of Europe it is ron jVuVered unlucky for aharoto cros the road iiv front oY a traveler Among the Romans theomen was so unfortu nate that if a man starting upon a journey espied a hare on the roaj...

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. — 8 October 1895

ADVOCATE PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday October 8 1896 If Mr Bradley thought enough of a negro to voto tor one for a State ofllco against an honest and intelligent Democrat and again to vote for another for a county of fice God knows how many more he has voted for against an ex Fcdoral soldier is it any stretch of the imagination to say if Mr Brad ley should he elected Governor of JKcntucky he will as opportunity oilers appoint negroes to ofllce xnthcr than whito men Mr John C Wood Republican candidate for Railroad from this District is in Eas tern Kentucky in the interest of Uiis candidacy Mr Wood will without doubt busy himself in ex plaining to the voters he meets why they should not support his -opponent Mr Green R Kellar as clean and honest a man and as true a Democrat as walks but he will be very chary about telling the voters of his district why he voted 1or a negro against a decent white iiian Mr Bradley tho Republican candidate for Governor says the nigger is not in this campai...

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. — 8 October 1895

3 iC K I 0 jjsft - Ssfiy I have full Uall and ace me 0 - n rtffftrto School Books I wish to stock aud soil thorn a 1 iT ttmwrjmeu price wnicn is as cnoap 1 thyr can bo bought I have tho V UrfSef and best lino of School Tablots l inttfe city very cheap Also pencils Fpn Inka and stationary of all kinds tp wmm if f liespoctfully THOSJKENNEDY Z Mv v iDuncan Clarks Minstrels to night fho Path Circuit Gourt began in vO lyingsvillo yesterday I 11 l -- It 1 - 4lrt K7 yur city is ai mu uinpoaai ui iu JLlSfBVJf IU11UUO MHO nuum fl 5 15altfMe Keniuoky Suddlo horie t tit Woodford Stock Farm Ml Ster ile ling Ky Tuesday Oct 22 1895 - DafifcaoftO years standing whore - SMu V operations nave lauea nave oeou cured joy Japanese rue uura j u xipion I 7 i li I TThp twoyoar old daughter of Chas Evanfl doceasod who was being rais ed by Mr John Langstou died on jiday last of dipthoria Johnsons Compound Cod Livor Oil TTiakes ritch blood restores lost vital itycures dyfcpopBiacreates flesh ami is palatablo ...

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. — 8 October 1895

n I r It n I MS bi Ii I K ki kT fr Ji tu A if - THE ADVOCATE h t f Sato of Fmo Kentucky Saddles llor 88 at Wooilfoid Slock Farm Tuoday Oct 22 1895 August Belmont waB arrested at Now York last week for an assault oil a forinor valet 1 Forty niuo vesbels wero wrecKca and twenty four lost in etormaoff tho coast of Etigland lst week Edward Wright loll across a circu lar saw at Flemings saw mill In Carter couuty and was cut in two Do you want a fine saddle horse You will have tho opportunity to get a gilt edged one at John T Woodfords sale Tuesday Oct 22 1895 Tho Republican primary in Chica go was marked by great disorder thugs taking possesion of tho polls in mauy places w ecklug tho booths and rifling tho btllo boxes i Mrs Addison P Gooding has tiled eult at Covington for di voice Mr Gooding is a wealthy Masmi count faVmeraud represented that county hi the last session of tho Legislature The Rev Elijah Kellogg who wrote Spartacus is still living at the age of85yea lie piuaches twico ea...

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. — 8 October 1895

w it Th THE ADVOCATE Nebraska convention defeated a v- jtf iouicitli8 A P A Republican State resolution tie- i J BFii atUtg Stone Gap caitBcd a sorl Hotis los It was caused by thb carp- leestlfrse of a drunken man Rev W G Capps of Rockcastle county was4 lot off with a sentence of two years for trying to murdor his The now Catholic University at Washington was formally opened Tuesday with the dedication of Mc Slahon Hall iJohn T Woodfords sale of fine Kentucky saddlo horsos at Woodfords Stock Farm near this city Tuesday Ocr221895 Iho Grand Lodge ot Kentucky Odd Fellows meets today at Bowling Green There will bo botwbon 25hud300 dele gates in attendance 9 0 Members of the Republican Nation al Committee intlorso the suggestion qf a reunion of the surviving members yOUKo first Republican convention The Orioutalist and one time fa mous traveler D Giuseppe Sapoto died the other day in Genoa Ho be camo known years ago through his travel in Asia and Africa The Ileudenjon Council has reject ...

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. — 8 October 1895

i tBtifflf6F THE ADVOCATE ta Duncan Clarks Minstrel to night Millinery Opening Wednesday Co 9lb 1895 ut T P Martin Coe All invited to our fall opening Wednesday Oct 9 ih TP MAHTrx Co Go to Freeman if you desiro a large assortmout from which to chose a beautiful birthday or wedding presoni for your friend H John T Woodfords sale of fine Kentucky saddle homos at Voodforde Stock Farm noar this city Tuesday Ocf 22 1895 To day at tho homo of the bride Winchester Rjv Richard French officiating Miss Sudio Boono will bo married to Mr 8 E Mays of Cincin nati Ohio Mr Mays is prominent among the buMne68 men of his city Owing to failure of making rail road connections tho Duncan Clark Company failed to appear at Opera House last night but tho company will bo hero to day and appear at Opera House to night Dont fail to go We have in our office copy of the minutes of the Kentucky M E S Conference The job having been awarded to us after a close contest with some of tho lnrgest publish ing concerns ...

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. — 15 October 1895

Hf if j V T w u v n O ft r - 0 t MTf STERLING v A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN INTEREST WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE fifcYl MT STEBLISTGK KENTUCKY JUESP AY OCTOBER 151895 JsfoJ h - rx t i r K3 a gggggggggjatliPteplPil S ehool I k ooks H T Rogers Dead MSamJIlogorayesturdiyrocelvcd a brief telegram from hie sister-in-law at Lynchburg Virginia telling him hor husband Mr II T Rogers had died at that place Mr Rogers had the agency for a Mill Supply House and had but iust established his head quarters at Lynchburg when ho was ukuu ill with typhoid fover No par ticulars are eo far known about the burial Mr Rogers was well known hero whore ho had long boon in busi ness and had a wido circle of friends Tho news of his untimely death will bj received with much sorrow by those who know and loved tho big Mttcafwholo soulcd gonial friend and companion Later Mr Rogers remaius will bo brought hero Wednesday Tho burial will bo -at Crown Hill 9 tory Shirpsburg MrGW Balrd and wife leave to day for Atlanta Gato...

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. — 15 October 1895

rf I Itn If 3 rt TO THb bCKttl dltUJ HcUrik Ton who content along the pavement patter Or In your hansoms roll And find tho rlpplo of your clubland chatter Enough to feed yonr bouI Sear you bravo butterflies who stroll together Down Bond etrcrt nil alike This messugo blown from leagues of purple heather From fen and field and dlko Bear ye tho song of those who stand asunder Prom busy ways of men Who hold communion with tho nameless won der That haunts tho misty glen Ou lovo tho wind that whistles through tho sedges And flecks tho sullen pond Tho ruddy plowland and tho dripping hedges And tho bluo hills beyond When hare you listened while tho snlpo 1 drumming Above tho srllow reeds Or paused to catch tho curlews whistle com ing Far heard across tho ineadst TThen havoyou lingering in the forest marches Through twilight of July 8ecn the big brown owl stoop between the larches A noiseless passcrbyf Think you great nature doth not smile eu pronely At all your little play Your hackneyed wo...

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. — 15 October 1895

f in- m m V - i1 Brf - i m m ifcl i HORSE AND TRACK w LVi Idy WHpn now has record of Strnthberov paced tno third heat of JJ race at Ottum wa la lam week in rtHJ Ho wont 10 tne nau in j vj A yearling colt by Bermuda dam qy Wllkea Boy dotted a mtlo in2 34 atLextngtou Ky last weok Joa Patchen placed tn his credit tho three fastest conBocutivo heats over placid by a stallion when ho defeated Jtfhii K Goutry at Sioux City iu 2 05 W20i204i Nearly thirty horsoa oithor owned or trained in Kontuoky won money at thfi recelit meeting at Evansvllle Ind The Kentucky boys still continue to take their part of tho purses as tho season of 1895 drawa to a elcno The following four-year-olds have beennamod to start in the 5000 Stal lion Representative Stako that will be decided at tho Lexington meeting Lyrio2 lo Nellie A 2 13 Lomouoro 31 B B 1 209 King Alhcrt 2 16itFreolantl 217 Baron Dillon 12 Queen Alfred 213 Rod Nut Hng2i3Axinito 217 Uurliugame 217J Red Pointer 218 Duiitiuo i 2 I3 Alkoran Gloria Mif...

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. — 15 October 1895

t I r VU f 1 V r i I M rt fe jW i - m Sot Treasurer X3 - PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday October 15 1896 ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC TICKET i WAT UAJtDIN Of Mercer County ffir Lieutenant Governor It T TYLER Of Fulton County Auditor x LUKKCKOUMAy Of Iloono County 1 Attorney General W J HHNDRIGK Of Fleming County Jl C FOKO Of Clay County JTocSccietary of Stiitc II S HALE Of Graves County VTor Blister of Lnud Offlco GUHENBbVAKGO Of Wp Ifo County 7ic Commissioner of Agriculture ION IJitALL Of Jefferson County iSVrSunt of Public Insti notion ED lOKTEItrilOMPSOX Of Owen County tot Kallroad Commissioner Hd DiUrlct G It KELLEK of Carlisle yjrlteirejoutatlc0tli Legislative District Counties of Montgomery and Mcnofco VT F HORTON Public Speaking Hon It T Tjloi Democratic can Udtitc for Lieutenant Governor will jcak at the Court house in this cit to morrow Wudnesda uftornoon at 3 oclock Mr Frank llorton tho Democratic nontinco for Unpresentative from thlb legislative District ismakingau ac tive canvas ...

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. — 15 October 1895

l IV W hv 0 - I J f tit n J a tvy - jftiTegrirAo School Books I wish to tlL hayesi full stock and soil them at their listed price which 1b as cheap 1 they can bo bought I havo the argest and boat lino of School TabloU in tfee city very cheap Also pencils feni Inks and stationary of all kinds Ual and sco me Respectfully TIIOS KENNEDY Ohappalears tfronchini for cough 1 1 Married at JefferBonvllle Ky Oct tth Das H Combs and MiBs Artio vparkmau 1 1 - E Galtsklll will move into tho residence property ho recently pur chased in Winchester November 1 Leather of all kinds has advanced but tho prices on boots and shoos at 1 i iChenault So Punchs aro not changed Mr Turner Roid aud family who have jnado this place their homo for years past go to Louisville to day to Jive Wo have a purchaser for a good Tarm not farther than four or five miles from tho city IIo will pay tho ucash TlAclq Frank Grigsby has the largest wand most perfect applos wo havo seen i this year Ho did not forgot to bring us s...

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. — 15 October 1895

i K W J 1 5 r iv fx l i m f 7 t r V rp t ft ONE w r JVi r HONDRED YEARS Oi PreslDyteriaiiism In Mt Sterling Sistdry of the First Presbyte rian Church by L T Chiles A OENTUBY OF GOOD DEEDS Mr L T Chiles ruling older of the First Prosbytorian church at the cen tennial oxorciBOB ou Wednesday de livered the following admirablo ad dross sotting forth tho work of tho church for tho last 0110 hundred years lie said And Pharaoh said unto Jacob how old art thou How rapidly our mind travels foack over tho dusty highway of tho past when this startliug question comes to us revisiting in a moment tiot only tho Bunny spots that wo can ueor forgot but tho gloomy wastes as woll recalling not only tho good but evil deeds not only buay well spent hours but days of idloncss and ne glected opportunity till like tho hoary headed Patriarch wo also aro ready to -exclaim few and ovil havo the days of tho years of my life beon As with tho individual so with tho aggrega tion of individuals tho Chmch and thou...

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. — 15 October 1895

l 1 3 ai f Ml m v JtWY IB1H rMl i - o i O I XHE ADVOCATE FOR SALE Best Business in Montgom x j ery County We havo decided to sell private ly our ice plant and business in this city It consists of a six ton ice plant T in excellent repair and the ice made by this plant is the best made in this country which is at tributed largely to the quality of water used We have a ready sale for every lump of ice wo can pro duce af a good proiit and wo can jF convinco anyone desiring to chase that our statements are cor rect in connection with the ice plant we have a wholesale beer bus iness the profit on which is a good business in itself Thie business was established five years ago and on the amount of money which we ask for it we have realized in any one year from 25 to 35 percent net Wo also offer for sale the residence of J M Pickrell one of the best most convenient and most modern houses in the city situated on Hole Avenue close to the business center of the city Our reason for selling Wo b...

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. — 15 October 1895

X w m lV TIE ADVOCATk 0 lapnalears Mroncliiiii tor tln 1 Sal of Fine Suddlo Iloreoa at SVvJodford Stock Farm noxt Tuesday Buy your boots and elioos at Cho nault Punchs Ko advanco in prices A A Ilzirigg OViUiuy Attorney nmlG L Ktrkpatrirk County Clork ure In Louiwillo attending the meet ing of the Grand Iynlen of Masons Lightning Hot Drops- What a Funnr Namol Very True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Relief Thero Is No Par J II Ilouvy weighed to Simon Viel on Thursday GO head of export cattlo at 4fc avcrago 190 pounds Tho 6amo day Col Thos Tohnson de livered same party 40 head at same price average 1470 pounds B P Salver eateiua weighed to Cas Goff30 head of first class feeders at3J coins per pound average 1094 pounds Ho also sold and delivend to Robinson Turlov 24 heifers at 2 cents per pound average 850 pounds All Recommend It Ask your physician your druggist and your friends about Shilohs dure for Consumption They will recom mend it For sale by Thos Kennedy...

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. — 22 October 1895

f I fig t A liMPMPiPlPITiPJsii1 School Attempted Snicide On Friday night Fannie Connor a nogro woman who lives with hormoth 0 in tho eastern part of tho town went to an out house in tho yard and nindo an attempt to commit suicide by hang ing horsoif She had nearly succeeded when she was discovered and cut down A physician was sent for and consciousness was finally restored Despondency caused by i 1 health and sovore pain is said to bo tho cause for tho act She is afflicted with a largo abdominal tumor II D CombB County Clork of Monofeo county was in tho city yes terday Mr Combs gives a good ro port ot his county and what it will do for tro Democratic ticket Ho return ed on Friday from Hazard where ho had boon on a two weeks visit to his mother who has been quite sick but is much improved Mr Combs says ho heard Gonl Hardin speak it Hazard on Thursday and ho received a perfect ovation Tho crowd was large and tho enthusiasm great and Genoral Hardin made a fine impression Mr Combs made ...

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. — 22 October 1895

n - s l V J J vr TEARFUL JAUujUfcj TJio Story of HIn Ailventnro With the Wntor Jusr Ernost tho bravo hopeful brothor of Alphonso Daudot was nddioted whon a ohiid to tho most inonning loss habit of tears Thus Alphonso describes him as Jacques in his account of tho Eysotto family whloh was really his own As far baok as my momory goes I boo him with red oyos and streaming ohooks In tho evening in tho morn ing by day by night in tho olass room at homo when out walking ho used to woop unooasingly Ho usod to weop in ovory placo If one asked him What is tho matter with you ho would answer through his sobs Thoros nothing tho matter with mol And the strangest thing about it was that there really was nothing tho matter Somotimes M Eysotto exasperated would say to my moth er That ohiid is ridioulousl Look at him I Ho is a real torrent To this Mmo Eysetto used to an Bwor in bor soft voice Novor mind my dear ho will grow out of it I was like him at his ago In tho meanwhile ho grow but did not gr...

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. — 22 October 1895

8 co Sl I W H f n uUi A m I H tll hnl J JBi iHPte vE I- i I t tW r j y zv w t r moodujhow frail bis iwingl JIl 1 iH7 t HE AfiVGCAIE VfflSRfON BY REV DR C P LUCE Before th Syaodof Kentnoky Mi Stwling Oct 8th 1895 11 1 ffiWtextisiaUio book of Goiicbis jrStii oliaptor at tihe first voi ee PAiidGodroinciribdred ftoah I Speaking beioretho vouerablo of Kentucky iuiu aadresBing a con- fregalicm now celobratnig Us freth anniversary I Hoed not linger tv any critical roviovy or rohoarsal of tthff Stripftim incident to the deluge iTTiwTiwwl Uunrtoulijii niid intni ftftthif foa f f THcos have inado it a familliar Bible BtoJr to alL In the fragment fioleclca uis ththemo for oui meditiitiona mot t HnstmWivo and lnvig u uui is re- ruth is Godrf memory iOnatt - Human memory ia the etoro hotiBC iof knowledge private aud pergonal ibittnurn that treasures the Fcenee lyd ents and varied experiences of each life Sight and bound taste and touch Vtjiose record their impressions with all the exactness of m...

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. — 22 October 1895

r t i I n I L i v jSA i lie i uSmUIu ADOYCiTE PUBLISHING COMPAHY Tuesday October 22 1896 ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC TICKET for Governor 1 WAT HAUDIN Of Mercer County tftor IJcutcnant Goycrnor K T TYLER Of Fulton County For Auditor LUKECXQKMAX Of Boono County For Attorney General Y J 1IKNDKICK Of Fleming County For Treasurer- It C FORD Of Clay County For Secretary of State II S IIAXE Of Graves Counly For Register of Taurt Offlcc GKKEN B SWANGO Of Wolfo County For Commissioner of Agriculture IO S BNALI Of Jefferson County JForSupUof Public Instruction ED IOItTERriHOMISOK Of Owen County or RallrovJ Commissioner 3d District G R KELLER of Carlisle For Representative Otn Legislative District Counties of Montgomery and Mcnefce W V- IIORTOX The Republicans aro claiming the earth and they will he badly deceived f r the Democrats are going to givo a majority that will look liko 40000 to these groat braggors We interviewed a number of repre sentative men from Eastern Kentucky yesterday and witho...

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