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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 12 November 1895

s o 4 rfl ZJ vaf k It 4 w I HI it I II i 1 0 i I i i ill 1 1 H JlSUR VOXi VI v A F mm IS bi inimwiiiraiiHiiiiiiiiMiniiiraiii Q J a MT Sehoo r f v o1 00KS Columbus Ind November 19 At thooouclueioa of tho services at tho Christian Church to night Rov Z T SweGiioy tho pastor read to tho con gregation the following letter Columbus Ind Nov 1 1895 Hqji Robert G Iugoreoll Diur Sir A numbor of porsohs In terested In tho cause of Christianity - but not of sectarianism are desirous of ascertaining If vou will meet in public debate a defender of Christian ity and a representative of tto people known as tho Disciples of Christ or Christians aud under tho rules gov 4 erning a properly conducted discus- slon debate tho following propositions viz First Tho Christianity of tho New Testament is a human P tion Wo aflirm In tho interest of truth I am sin ce rely Z T Sweeney The abovo was taken to Mr Iugor aallfl hotel by a committco named bo low aftorhis lecture in this city No vember 1 but ho exensed...

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. — 12 November 1895

vt i f I It r ft t iSi w VI l f A 1 ttf f ft F KV LS 1 m rv yBftV - T iyt lWW - ONLY AN AMATEUR Thoro wore thrco nltornativos of fered to Phinons Frost Q Tho first was suioido nnd ho put thnt on ono sido immodintoly ns be ing too painful to contomplato tho sooond was borrowing from his friends to onablo him to pay tho dobt which ho owed of 50000 which looked so muoh liko tho broad nnd easy way loading to tho work houso that ho fought shy of ventur ing along it and tho third was mar rying his daughter to tho firm of Calvert Son his creditors Whether the father or son had her was a inattor whioh after all was of vory secondnry importance Thore is somo ndvantago attach ing to a pretty daughter aftor all mused this unfortunate speculator ono morning as ho sot out to tho city on tho delica4 mission of on deavoring to sell his only child Ho was glad that tho young lady was staying away from homo at tho timo and on tho whole ho was rolioved to find whon ho reaohod tho magnifi cent offices ...

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. — 12 November 1895

tf a I m HHi H a Vf 10W 1H r w WPAr l i yi wwrwfiwjflwwi A DETECTIVE YAM I Ulrqto honr of your sucaesses JQOulaj lyto lny friond Do War C8alcl opo ovonfajj after ho had boon ontortniniug 1110 with stories of liistrluinpliB Ilftvo you no story of 0 oriminnra triumphs VPlonty lio gaid laughing If -a man is sucoossful in 60 or cont of his cases ho stands near tho top of his 5rofossion But as a rnlo do- dEoats are not interesting merely a Tooord of patient hut dull investiga tion A dofexit howevor that 1 ex perienced -I was a mom her of utho foroo vrouldJnot make a had tory I think It tolls against my jsolf badly but I havelong since lost all soronoss about it I must say in elfdofonse however that tho man 1 who outwittod me was na olovor a ooundrolaa over wus wanted by tho law and othors as W9ll as myself off badly Your ordinary jinalif tho hunt isstartod at once l is llku tho hnro in a papor ohaso ho leaves a strong scent bohind him through moro blundering But mond had a cool head Who ...

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. — 12 November 1895

J Jr - - ffir T A I tit J K li w Sb 1 iRpS jIi ftVf IDYOCOVFE PUBLISHIHG COMPANY Tuesday November 111895 Recti Mclvi 11 Uy Allison mid flani J sou arc all uaidto bo coju tiuy Gover nor elect ilraflloy nsru lining niato 01 tlic Itepubliuan Priilontial Tickot MVhy not givo Hilly OB first place d l6t ou6 of Uto other follows pla -second A liold ovor Democratic Senator tells the Courior Journol that if the Republicans undertake touu cat Democrats in the House he voiflfl lavor a resort to similar tac tics by the Democratic majority in Hhe Senate Populist Poor the Reprcsenta fcifccct IVom Pendleton county says that he will be controlled in liia vote for United State9 Senator hj a mass convention of his sup porters a majority of whom are 3tepublicans Must Protect Prisoners The South Carolina Constitu tional Convention has incorpora ted in the new Constitution a sec lion holding Sheriirs responsible for prisoners taken from their cus tody and lynched The penalty is to be removal from ofllce...

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. — 12 November 1895

ff p f J sCc 1 JTtf i j toy t ft tt r Your Hs re Sick v- s cheaper to I5uy a i - remedy for thenirtli an to lose them Dr Haas tj Hog Cholera Remedy aviII cure them Sold only by pTlios Kennedy Druggist r Robert M Barnes of the Arm of Barnes Trumbo is quite sick with - typhoid fovor i t - Chtokon thieves are getting in thoir WQrk They took about ono dozen fine iiJUigghaiig from John Couroy Sat urday night Bay Moss of tho Jlrpi of Moss Bros 3ld last week 150 barrels of corn in fi 1 ilk A monumont marking the position rOf tho Coutihcntal army- at 5 1 1 town was unvauen oaiuruay field to W A Cockrell for 1 25 per barrel and a premium of 10 S S Smith of iho poultry firm of S Smith Co of Pittsburg was ojiere Mouday on business They ex pecf to locate jero permanently I I - Next Monday Court day tho ladies I of tho Baptist church will have a -Court-day dinner and will soivo bur goo and have an excellent spread Ml Recommend It 1 i Ask your physician your druggist and your friends about Shiloh...

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. — 12 November 1895

o mi 9 m Vo reply tlioao who formulated the Oalviuistic faith aud organized he Presbyterian church saw as few men on the face of the earth have seen tho absolutely indissoluble connection that exists between truth and duty prin ciple and conduct Jaith and life 4 hat it is nothing less than that of if cause and effect They saw as tow men on the faco of the earth cvor have seen that tho fioueo of duty aud tho feeling of obli gation which constitutes the very cs 60UC0 of a virtuous act midlife are the creations of a clear precoption and a strong conviction of truth Nay more they saw as few have seen that this fieuso of duty would be strong aud steady aud this feeling of obliga tion would be improative just in pro portion to lliu clearness with which tho truth that created tho duty was perceived and the flrmneBs with Wlilclt that truth was believed Seeing THE ADVOCATE ho Relation of Presbyterianisin to Education JKEV J 8 HAZES V D The subject that I am rcqtioatod to WhMil a 4tk V t I nn...

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. — 12 November 1895

Mi J t to r sAndown bay Oh ha onninxot sunshino Flooding SnhdOwirtay Making gladrioflH gladdor wiaio tho ciiiwton lioy t ltaildif ralinic mountains Digging niimlo lakes Leaving groat Uilngn doaror For tho small things Bakes I Load waves gray and curling Foam In freshening Bpray Goda mysterious muslo Minding with tho play All tht frroad soas glory Dlralj atretohod away Like that unknown story Children know some day Klppllng baby chatter Bunny baby smiles I i TRit can greatly matter Whilo you keep your witesf Docs God hear this muslo Mingling with the seast Doer ho lovo the laughter Bounding on the breeze F M Owon In Good Word It Wm No Newe Tho feolingsof thoso two manag ing editors giyo ono an idea of how tho publisher of a German paper in St Louis oncb felt said a corre spondont representing a papor in that town as tho orowdofrnows gath erers filed out into tho night to tako tho last oar homo Thoro had beori a Trig lire direatly opposite tho office of his papor tho night before A ma...

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. — 12 November 1895

K V i I TrfffUS s t fl v I r ir t i If l rr f 5 P THE ADVOCATk iftt1wfMWHMMvlJniVHH IGW II Iloid sold to Simon Well 50 ho id of feeders averaging 1550 i por hundred ft T Fox dcJlverod to Simon Wiol -CO Jicail ofcatilo Avavco I860 r t All diseases of the skin cured and lost compaction restored by Johnsons Oriontal Soap J B Tipton i Mr Sam Turloy who has mado a mostexcolleut policeman has resigned and is now engaged In farming hav ing moved with his father to the B F Cockroll farm Will Calk has beon elected police man by the Council to succeed Sam Turloy and haB entered on his duties Mr Calk wo aro sure will mako an excellent officer Johnsons Aromatic Compound Cod Livor Oil enriches tho blood Jjuilds sound flesh restores strength and vitality to tho debilitated body Full pint bottloss 100 J B Tii ton Allan G Thurman tho old Ro man of Ohio whilo walking across his library one day last week lell and hurt his hip very severely To a younger man tho fall would havo been nothing but to onb ...

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. — 19 November 1895

vrr Wr vdpto rv fil vr -or a a wL w J vt u yr mujji mm mini jnwwMMMwmnran aco -- j MM0MfuM0im Mrs Fonton Bagstaff of tho Fiat Crook neighborhood agod ninety three yearB is a remarkably preserved woman and just as industrious as when a girl She has shelled this fall six bushels of beana Sho is a grand and lovable woman - A Natural Beautifier Karls Clover Root Tea purifies tho jlood and gives a clear and beautiful complexion srtnmuviniMiiiirtiiiuainniiinjtiitwwauifwmiaHJfltirtjHiKiitSi m f i v t rtvi Books -it i tvQ n v K j V tfir We Jiave brought on the largest stock of SCHOOL BOOK and School Supplies ever brought to this city Therefore we can sell you cheaper than anyone else Dont fail to get our prices - WSLL0fD 9 S Maysvilfe Street Mt Sterling Ky gggliifSjSBMgigiTgitsin i To Onr Readers- In this issue will bo fouud tho ad vertisement of tho woll known firm ofW -E McCann Co of fcoxiug ton iCy They havo in heir store a lino miy of French German and Eng- lsh dinner and tea scats cut ...

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. — 19 November 1895

w MS - If I tj i tf1 D f aWJpijaWaBpppBa XT jJEfs e v 4 9 H Mt Sterling Advocate Tuesday November 19895 l trMiiiMiiiiiiMiiiMMiiiiiiiWMiuiri ----- - - mm 1 n n u rwi IIIIIMIIIWIIIIflMHUWWWII I w una i i i - - i i r I - Mww i y -- f rt THfc UiUGliT WD Nanny has a hopeful way Brlfrhi nnd busy Nanny rVhun I cracked tho cup today She Bold In her hopeful way Its only cracked Dont fret I pray Sunny cheery Nannyl Nanny has n hopeful way V So good and sweet and canny When I hroko the cup today Bho said In her hopeful way Well twas crocked Im glad to soy Kindly merry Nannyl THE CUT EOPE You know tho old ndago Law- All 3 fair in lovo nnd war I shall do nothing unfair but I do- olino to admit that you havo any monopoly in that quarter as yot at least Thats just liko you Grantput ting your oar inwhoro youronot wanted And how do I know that Im not wanted Not wanted by you I ad mit but it seems to mo that Miss Morland horsolf has Bomo right to bo consulted in this matter I shall nskhor You will do...

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. — 19 November 1895

rtf -v f i pMt Hf Ur POrVrUNITY Tls raob a little tliW io y -A sltasntu word ajdna tho way - fk Wifi appointed waythrough llfoa brief I BpaeJ Ijioso deeds our tearfl can noor effacot ah such ltttlb thing to dd A kindly wst iwlth will sotruo Bomo woaUor bile strenEtnood by lovo Slako h4io to bear acrowa nbovol Tis such U littlo llttlosoed We sow to give our bodloa feed iKemcmboring not our spirits too JMnd grains of Ufa In deeds wo dot Good Housekeeping now to Make a Maypole I went to Horn swell n village at the foot of wliftt is topmod Tho LCliffr in the northern division of ntno oonnty of Lincoln in too 3r of tho villago I was surprised to a niaypplo On looking round Jr some one who might give xoation the first porson met with happened to bo the enrpontor of tho plaoe on oldorjy man who in 1869 lad hoon omployed to reatoro it as wo have hoon in tho habit of Cftllihg the making of old things on tirely now Ho said this was exact ly liko tho old ono but was some svhat taller I had pft...

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. — 19 November 1895

K j - 1 it iV t nHfim n ii- twrgyi yvfl aVcTcOATE PDBL1SHIHG COWAN wmMwrnUkm Bmwwirmwi Tuesday November 19 1895 On Saturday tlio Board of Sinking 3unrt CoihnuSHloiioiM fur Mmigomfiry county nW iliolr vqiori with tlio uuty Clerk The icport show tluttkoro is oh 1jUcI iw 239510 with the jnlorasL on 9312 35 frUin April 2 1805 ami interest on 818 25 frotrtJulyS 1895 nuking the actual amount duo from the Teaurr of tho Sinking Fund something over 24000 4Q Uits amount here lies In boiikovur leaving in tho handa of the Treasurer ami by him loaned oul less than 10500 for this tho county Sias the uames of J C Tyler W T Tyler Smith Uunsford Lewis Appor tion and Mrs Sallio Berry to maUe it good There haa been a pood deal of Aalk Indulged in in curtain quarter aboat tho Trea iurer of tlio Sinking Fund and what ho was dojng or had luae with the money It 1 to be Imped this report by ho Board of Sjukii Fund jointui86Hiicrs will put ibeso uuoasy spirits at rest The L3G00 now lying in bank U ot course...

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. — 19 November 1895

t f 6r no year xi win uu n lib Br m H TO ruiMiminiLimmtirBtirwiiJMmiiPal11 i w t YourHpgs iiSielC It is cheaper to buy a Temedv for them than to L lose them Dr tlaas Hog Choleraremedy will cure them Sold only by Thos Kennedy Druggist Breona Liniment removes splint knots J B TitTOK Rov Richard French preached to a Pp good congregation at Howards Mill J 1 v December Court day tho Baptist feS ladies are going to havo tho dinner of RtrhiLQcld of Wakefield SK - iti I nf Tonnnntn feV JN u says -x-v w Pile Curo ctueu rat auur j y sufforing J B Tiptoi A Fact Worth Knowing Consumption LaGrippo Pnoumo nia and all Throat aud Lung diseases arc cured by Shllohs Curo For sale 6y Thos Kennedy r Tho Baptist church improvements - OEM f T n Will be completed oy mo sum and tho dodicatory service will bo held tho first Sunday in January Noxt Saturday evening at 7 oclock there will bo a box supper at How ards Mill at Baptist church A cor dial invitation i3 extended to ovpry ono m Thanksgiving service wi...

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. — 19 November 1895

I It Iff RM djflUi v i i - r THE ADVOCATE Present day Presbyterianism By Rev S M Hamilton DD A church with a hundred years of life behiud ii It is a thrilling spectacle Tho Btory of the hnndicd years of this cliurclis life wore it fully unfolded would give us I am biuc a clear idea of tho true elements ot a churchs strength Wo should learn that a spiritual church a church in which he graces of faith and kuowlcdgo and lore and brotherly co operation flour ish cau not bo a weak church wheth er its membership bo largo or small Tho power of God is In it and there is nothing which it may not accomplish in a community But it is a Presbyteriau church whose centennial wo are celobratiug Evidently theuPresbyteiianism has a history Evidently steadfast cudur Jug principles are at its basis Wo have to admit that historically Presby tciianUm belongs to a modern ago of tho world but as one has well said It is 1101 a departuro from tho chris iiauity of tho ancient and mediroval church It is rather...

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. — 19 November 1895

THE FIRST SEWING t i MACHINE8 A JEagllsh iatent Mere Than a Hundred D Yr Old A London oabinut maker called Thomas Saint in or about 1700 took but a patent for a machine for sow v Ingjoather or rather for quilting jTfitl tolling and making shoes boots v slatterdftshos ologs and other tiolea This patent unfortunately was taken out along with other in ventions in oonneotion with leather and it was quite by accidont that omo 80 years later tho specification of it was discovered by ono who had tloa with sowing machines Even tne patent onice am not seem to have known of its oxistenco yet now it is clear onough that Thomas Saints leather sowing maohino of 1790 was tho first genuine sowing maohino ever constructed and that w it was on what is now known as tho chain stitch principle Rudo aa it was it is doolared by oxports to havo anticipated most of tho ingen ious ideas of Ijalf a contury of suc cessive inventors not ono of whom howevor could in all human proba bility havo as much as hoard ...

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. — 19 November 1895

I H i hi fl w fc i 5 i r I it fl 5 n t i fi THE ADYOCATK John 0 Woods majority loir Rail road ComnilB8lonor of the 3rd distribr is 10113 D W Baumfl now building on JJalu fitrcot ia almost completed and will bo ready for occupancy shortly Tho work on Mrs Eliza Jordons now Btororoom on the corner of Court and Broadway is progressing rapidly Mr Thomas Kavanaugh fell through a barn floor Monday at T C Welchs and broke three ribs Ho ifi Boriously injuYed A man giving his nanio as C Scule man murdered his wife and child at Laredo Tex and when tho police at tempted to arrest him committed sui cide Wo guarantee Johnsons Magnetic Oil it has no superior for all aches and pains intorual or external man or boast 100 size 50cts 50c bize 25 cts J B Tipton Nowt Lano was ranted a continu ance at Versailles on Wednesday The cases against him for killing Col Rod onbaugh andhis son were continued till tho February term I can bo found with my horse and dray in front of tho New Farmers Bank building and...

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. — 26 November 1895

TO Si J i is If II v - t J LjV rr s lUfl v y rwaf iflw Sterling B SuNt t tMMir LjLjiuMiMLirawLBWMirirMMTrMTri iaiiwiwMgjgmwMMwm MwiwgMigMriwiririrBni I- J - A WEZEKLiY journal identical in In 4 - J IE tol vx mt - hi A MMiiininiiniM im gggggggggIMgMMMSM We are Overstocked v HP ABAUMXSON GROCERS vw 1 Vri1l TW 1 M Haas Hog Cholera Remedy And wilL sell for the next Thirty days as follows Large Packages 150 Regular price 2 50I Medium Packages 75c - t Regular price 125 Small Packages 25c Kegular price 50c W S Lloyd 9 Maysville St Mt Sterling Kt m gggggggglMleiJimMSS5 lS9IBBlaH9MIE I Feel s Badly s To day Wa nsk this rcoeatedlv nl diseases otten lollow trilling ailments Browns Iron Bitters IT Dyspepsia Neuralgia Constipation Malaria M because serious - - - K 1 ii you HieweaK anu a generally exhausted nervous have nag appetite and cant 5 work begin at once s talcing the most re- liable strengthening a medicine which is Browns Iron Bitters Z Benefit comes from eg the very first dose S CURES ...

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. — 26 November 1895

L 1 t f iU 0 v t k U -- iVs ift I i ii a LJ B H ALL feuii jajyK Brnndon Cloud Author sat on tho edgo of his bed and gnzod in disninl dospair at tho upturned solo of his boot Ou tho tablo lay an almost com ploted novel -whoso progress had ro coivod a dual check Firstly tho Bupply of papor had hooomo cd whioh secondly nllovrod tho au thor time to think of tho woman ho loved and this always made him so uttorly misorablo that ho could not bring his thoughts to boar upon any thing but tho apparont hopolcssnoss of tho state of man Well Brandon my boy ho mused bittorly youvoreaohedthe end at last Assets 10 cents liabili ties an empty stomaoh and a land ladys bill for G0 Ho had thought of snioido boforo but ho was young and olung to life bad as it was living moro on hope than substance Tho only othor alternative was starvation and this ho considered worse still Ho could not havo la bored manually if ho had got work to do for having boon born in tho purplo ho had always counted pov erty out ...

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. — 26 November 1895

j av f Jk Sp mm jU2 i c G pE ADVOCATE CONSISTENCY B JltorAon liefer Bbenezor Presby tery y Rev H A Brown Moderator profl Onriat was the roprosonlatlvo of God ord the bpirit that quiokcuolh tlie oth nothing the wo dsth t 11 Ti 1- 1 j hjiru uiiiu yuu uiuy 1U OlJIMl ll they at o llfo J hn C C3 Beyond all roniosoiitatioua must Io that which is represented JoUb earth as the author and giver ot Had 11 0 not ppokon 0110 single Ilo would have aceomplishid itho satno purpose which Ho designed No 6110 can bo all exact representa tive of God but God Himself toflf ho -could then there would bo two God6 and as there ore not two Gods the who could give a true revol ution of God to tho peoplo was Jesus who was God manifested in tf ho flosh So the moro one becomes like OhrM the moro Godly will he belaud the groator will be his power to do good As men use means in the realization of their designs so docs God do the same in tho accomnlhhmentof the plan of salvation lie UHod signs and symbols as well ...

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. — 26 November 1895

JO I ii j t ABYOCOITE PUBLISHIHG COMPANY KES5T Tuesday November 19 1895 Major L C Norman append to bo Chairman of the Siato Democratic Campaign Committees this year when Kentucky was caught in the Republi can tidal wave Every little enr in tho State U now bHrkhi r at the heels ot the mill of whom they could not say enough in prai iowhcn success crowned the eflbrts ol this faithful parly worker There are a whole lot of these fellows who are so blatant in their abuse ot MaJ Norman that aro very much tnoro responsible for partr dofeat than Is the latoChiirmaii of tho Campaign Committee Tho tact if JIaj Norman is vastly the superior in tellectually morally and patriotically to the great majority of those who are engaged in this mud slinging busi tip Ono thing is beyond question Mr Norman both worked and voted for tho entire State ticket Can as much bo said truthfully of all his detractors Hon Jo M Kendall vm here last Friday ana Saturday for the purpose of ascertaining who would make th...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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