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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 31 January 1893

0 pumuiwrfflfcw nWj 5BE MM DEAD u fi ADVOCATE frftWmftltmtV Inly and With Little Warn- he Dread MonstenBeizcs Its Victim IBuprefiio Court Justice Lays Down His Robe Macon Georgia on the evening 23 at 8 f0 Justice L O C r drew his last ureatu it riblo shock Jo a nation He mo South hoping to regain lost y and was feeoniingly improving oped soon to return to d ugain enter upon his duties flcrtioon previous to Ids dcatli a preparing to go out but was d by a caller Shortly before h lio was taken witli paint hti heart and died at the- hour led us Quiutus Cincinnatus Lamar rn u JLutman cjotrniy ua 11825 and after his fathors i was laKen to ixioru juiss vhero ho reeeived part of his educa tion He graduated in Emory Col lege Georgia in 1845 studied law in Macon and was admitted to the bar in 1847 In 1849 ho roturned to Oxford Mies and for a year held a professorship in jjjtae University of Mississippi Ho re signed and resumed tho practice of law in Covington Ga Ho was elect ed to tho Legisla...

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. — 31 January 1893

rf 7 i iia y h fc tf m JrJHK KrC hLJVHk r V - 5t Mrfr4 5 P V KIjMIWMTOHIMj fllif i 1 feMWffii iiiiii iiiflBr i Fir y - 3V VS IV - - f ft4 THE ADVOCATb WWXw WASHINGTON NOTES The Fifty second Congress may die in a Senatorial dead lock unpreceden ted in the annals of Congress if Mr Harrison follows the advice that is now being given him by prominent members oV his party and nominates a Republican as successor to the lato JusticcLamar The United States Supreme Court is in theory if hot hi fact a non partisan body and the death of Justice Lamar leaves only two men -Chief Justice Fuller and Justico Field on its bench who were Democrats 1 o bro th iir appointments thereto after a man takes his seat upon that bench ho is not supposed to have any politics but the Democratic party knows to lis cost what a mistak en idea that is It is only justico to the people whoso interests are con stantly at stako in questions coming beforo this court that its membership should bo as nearly divided between...

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. — 7 February 1893

fill FiP pono unknown oners to pro- SalUo J Moore tho Kentucky girl so mysteriously missing for tho sum of 5000 He threatens to kill her if tho Mim is not forthcoming Whilo tho family of Adolph fion of Chicago was seated avouilu Ithov supper tablo tho lamp oxfcd Mrs Bureeson and ono of her children wore Burned to death Jtfo William Lindsay Friday leredhis resignation as Stato Senator from the district composed of Morcor Lndcrsoh and Franklin to tako effect February 9th 1 Pjnfemphis Criminal Court graud jury Friday returned bills of indict- jment agaiust If B Pickett and O K fejfodcrwood of the Evening Scimitar fethau Simon for criminal libel ThfOudiaua Supremo Courthas de- jidccMhat tho State Taximr Board was constitutionally created and that the a ailroatls of tho Stato must pay tho taxes assessect against them by tho hoard Those taxes will amount to Pl500000 annually The Louisville Hardinsburg and jWeiWvn road forty six miles in feiimii was purchased last week by rhe Louisville St...

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. — 7 February 1893

V 8 4tf ti m mm Slw con va t 1 - ffiW ywLs IS i 1 ja i w u U Iff v Eloments of K HK5 THE ABVOdATh MR CLEVELAND Success South ueofstcak To win a sweetheart with u uueuHeaK ia not pootic but tho after- 1 A Gcrriian philosopher assorts that physiologically a woman la more musi cally cduatltuWd lhan a man and lack Jjf oiHioltUrilty aud means of develop ing hor power has stifled tho germs of goniusin many women Tho pathet ic story of Fanny Mondolsshon boars W out tho theory for had her parents instead of preaching down their daughters genius encouraged and fostered it there might havo been a woman composer great enough to futp the charge of lack of originality in womem K x At v y A- - - WfA Man Who Knows How to Observe 2M - ihe Proprieties of Decenoyr It has been tho lot ot drWcr Cleveland says tho Philadelphia Telegraph Rep -to do tho right thing at tho right tlmo upou luauy occasioua This plain blunt man without any of tho ordinary frhlsso ottcti attached ro men hi pnblio place seems t...

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. — 7 February 1893

i V LtoMpooininencc Club IADVOCATE t ilu that tbo Chllltaa 4 ronBldorlnK tho MsWecfcof tig by electricity tho dacrouB ofMagallan e r n fsEstcllo Tlowavd aged 23 a York working gir lias boon 1300000 by a wealthy bachelor a Id of hor fathor who died rcroutly ao West N Y Globo thinks thoprdplod lit biovclo road from New York Jiicago woula be a godsend tohe is It would bo largely by ho fraternity which has ii weary of walking rauroau tics Limoro has a population of half ion and 6000 manufactories output for 1892 was valued at J0000 and tho city did a if 500000000 for that joar ana b timo orected buildings of tho hf 15000000 Tho increaso of deposits was 5000000 This d showiug and tho American int it is but the beginning ot rextont to which poverty tho hopolebs kind pievalls in ls shown by tho fact that o Ration Array in London is giving Taiv a week to I vv a iUn Mlita fit nlso shows uoor ciinuiu that the Salvation Army is doing an jmmnnan Vmouu of practical work for thofarthhigjoo not fe...

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. — 7 February 1893

IT m A w I lM S3hx Jfanths U CnMrtvita tint Months Kigkt Insertions G C urv - - t T w - I iMi j I d - - f a V THE ADVOCATL BCiT PUBLISHING COMPANY TUESDAY rutmuAttY t m ADVERTISING RATES M u Jbc Few K eestions Sc Kantba SJ teaertlons w8 a candidate for the a u o o o o o 8S8S38S88S88 SSSaSB3888g S88888888888 822288328282 1 S3SSSS8S8S 8Si283S238888 oj Kmth ITwtc Insertions a 2 S3 38 888888888888 JEfcwa tasortlons rtnnnaoggoo 88a8SSaS8888 tCwo fasertlons NHnnioing S838SSSS8888 Stsjrje uuertion HMnMMeoaj AS OTHERS SEE HIM The Memphis Appeal Avelancho tilituks tho Slato of Kentucky has 3Kde no mistake in selecting Lindsay fill Carlisles scat in the Sonito iXt pays The nomination of Judge William iadeay to succeed John G Carlisle ewl8 to tho Senato ono of the ablest Btteu tu Kentucky Ho is a splendid syocimen of brain and brawn and he will sustain tho reputation of his StUoin Congress The Legislature jf SU5cly is to bo congratulated on Citcrnrg selected tho ablest man who honor We ijycSic...

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. — 7 February 1893

jt rK V IM X I Election St Valontlno Day Fob r Flour hag advanced 1Q cents on the uudrcd pouuds Canned goods of all kinds and coffco kyo advanced i tlenry Barnos has another Wild cat bger than his former pet Dho ground hog saw his shaddow we avc in for six weoks more of zzards and Saturday will bo bin davs at A Baum Sous Lthoso days aud got iresh goods at imces too deacons of tbo Baptist Church have an important business iting at Dr B Q Drakos ofllco ovoning at 7 oclock i Edward Baxter Perry tho blind pianist at tho Opora Houao Thursday ovcuing Reserved seats on salo at W SLloyds - Th08 Whltt bought of E E Jones a lot on Queeu strcot price f 350 Mr Whitt will at once erect a handsomo cottago on his purchaec Last Thursday tho llttlo eon of Jno 3f William got hold of a box of concen trated lye aud burnt his mouth and tonguo badly his injuries are not nec essarily serious jtho proporty on Sycamoro street tkfiown as tho Shackelford property owned by T W Priest was sold last week to B F ...

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. — 7 February 1893

K rv w M i L ft IK lviKljSS K P ft 7W V am v IK rJH 1 Pji Ik uvw Tt 9i fu 4 in jHiiuyifWi 4 V - i irwiSjSS fflflijfas J r if PThingj In a Mtus and an Invest- LK tinn DftmandGQ j iwofcr - - - m i -- Jk Mus An Embarrassed Treasury Secretary FORtir detailed slao mont of tlni condition of the Tropin y ot which wo havo printed n summary is another affair of bookkeeping Out qf the mazes of iU figure however whIIikI h rfisnlt atruiiire v at otitis S i with hi own claim of a surplus st Air Foster states that his available cah revenue for iho current liscal year will ho CaG71350 and ho mates tliat hU expenditures will He 401071350 leaving a snrplu at the end of the year 2COO000 Ho also a5 ris that hu litis about 27000000 on hand in mldilion lo tho 100000 000 sold reserve Mr Foster knows that this sum is not uvuilablo It is as uunuiuc howover as his prospec r tivo 82000000 surplus But ho tails to count in his expendi tures the liabilities owing and not paid tho appropriations for which he has...

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. — 7 February 1893

ADVOCATE- hM f r tn MtfAiM jlll has recently been presentftl ingress requiring tho Secretary dJCreastiry to provida0 calM ft 6f all rgMM IW W r hione neWbllls to be furnished fic of tho old and unclean note fcnrprlslng when ono thinks of it somo such acttoti has not long Ijecn taken for not a littlo of thd Ir money dally passing from hand and has become extremely Lin appearance and is Qvor Jf ulscasc sprcadiuff pqvverj Uny provision made for the call- of the old and soiled bills J the must of conrgo be tliofylncttial icdiaiiea but they would iti baee bo only too glad to Fiow bills for all tho old ones come in over tholr counters sufficient facilities bo nflbided btuiuing new bills from tho ry Department JCljo W before Congress is designed fca more deserved 4promiiienco Imattcr and it is to bo hoped isure will be promptly adopted origin of Uiseaso germs has lio subject of elaborate nnd experiment by tho ablest ologists and although our knowl edge is still largely speculative much rn ...

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. — 7 February 1893

I n If i t 53 -- i v I i 4 nsm t 4tA T f T M rf jub if I f 1 LTHB ADVOCATE m Kentuckys Valentino to jam William lanusay Utcs Sonator Uncle United Congressman Goodnight has gone to Florida for the benefit of his health fewhich Is n very precarious ftlon HushMorgau ono of tltu most noted and desperate of Kentucky mountain outlaws was killed near Middles- tbjrough lat week The Directors of the Jeflerson Da vis Monument Association huvo sol red to remove- the remains of the tleccused Confcderato President from New Orleans to Hollywood Cemetery Richmond Va on May 30 The Republican Legislature of has passed a bill repealing the famous Miner law which provides tigan tho Presidential Electors of that Stato should ho selected by districts JThcy did not like its working in tho JdWikto election 1L t Alio police raided a houso on Adams Street Hobokon N Y and j ercu a largo quanury oi Dooiy con sisting of vuluablo silks laces etc TB goods wero obtained by ies insovoral parts of the country by au...

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. — 14 February 1893

m 4 Iu III i i res lrW P Whitlock of Ohio was nhoKen nermanent unairinan oi mo book nnmmlttnn of thn iMothodist - 1 MS cuurcn hi Kjiumlo s t f 3 Tho stoamor Australia arrived from Honolulu Thursday bringing tho news that Minister StovciiR had established n protccforato over tho Hawaiian Is- ivV lauds i s A special from1 Chicago says if the -feather doeR not soon permit tlio moving of freight thero will bo an Irish crisis moro serious tjiaiuhoino rule The wholesale price of potatoes tjesday was 85 cents Wednesdays o was 1 and 1125 is predicted rllln wvtni F lin fnotimnitir f X4IU OUII1I1IUI vn Kk nrtiuiuuj before the committee of tho Legisla ture which is investigating tho recent wYcck on tho Big Four at Alton bn is that tho wreck was caused by arn open switch that Gratton was re sponsible for it and that he was un trustworthy and incompetent Tho Legislative Appropriation bill has been passed by tho National House with amendments providing that hereafter no public building shall jo d...

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. — 14 February 1893

m ft w m A 4 n fc I i w 4 Y jgwefcW TriimjWUBfllMinBEir THE ADVOCATE KeatucRy Apiitiits -James Blackburn Said to Be Slated For theUnitud States Marshalship And Shelly For The Collector ship of This Destrict A special from Washington to tlio Oiuciuuati Commercial Gazette has tho following to say about Ailing poiiic of tho offices under Clevelands admin istration Colonel Tolin Hopkins of purg anil Georgo Castle of 4urg went Iwine to uiglr Each wanted to bo the next U S Marshall -of Kentucky Neither will bo Why Because Messrs Cleveland CailMe Breckinridge and Blackburn have de--creed otherwise n When Mr Cleveland turned -down as It wcro James Blackbhi u in 18S4 it was given out that tho lat ter had written a tecettiioii sort of Jotter during tho first period of the war to a sweetheart iu Kentucky which was so lurid in its expressions of rebel sympathy that when Presi dent Clevelatid saw it ho ponitivcly refused to nanio him for tho Lexing ton Collectorshlp But times have changed now an...

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. — 14 February 1893

DVOCATB h skirtfl and plain much in demand dso velvet is otten maue up l oso and green brocade f the most popular trimmiug Tatorial i is satin ribbon The graco and beauty of the train has boon a special characteristic of tho season Tho most approved style of turban Ht9 closely to tho head and reminds Oflof tho day when hats with trini inihg wore considered quito tho thing The Wattcau Btyle of dress is very pojplar for evening and houo gowns Veils of rich purple Into aro vory fashionable and aro worn with black IU1IUU3 jXjfjAi red is J vd is pi ASHION notes Hoves are raii coming into among the importations are sry Jong handsome ouca tor Ig wear imitat coetunio for ovory day is a jKirt ot uiacK l noHiiev Itta cloth with a waist or of India Bilk nv captico is to havo collar and K ollow pitiK or holfotrof waists aro for young ly camels hair in ciuramo 8 U much UHed for ovoryday iiiobs dresses 41iITt lint to a fuvnitfn Jg for opera cloaks of silk or Jniug of Romo of tho Eapes is bright c...

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. — 14 February 1893

m u v Ei H F v t W H SV E7 ti S9lx Months St Insertions JChrco Months 13 Ingenious fTwro Month Eight Iusertlous f5na Month fi ffour Insertions Khreo Insertions cjuw xascntuns f tF13lngotIncrtIon ft J A- 1 fjjTN f r tlg M I THE ADVOCATK ADVOCATE PUBLISH18G COMPANY J Stato Wo Avill know more uboul th H 1 15 t twliat Air lAIarch 4 Cleveland will do after The nial odorous ordinance passed Jby tho City Council some time since tat tho instance of certain doctors ol nltv nml iliroptnil nl l linjn uln ol si tians who dare to pay Medical Ethics -so little regard as to use printers ink in letting Ihoir business bo known was given a trial in the City Court Thursday and declared worthless If thoo physicians wlio are bo wofully troubled lest someone in tho coni ismunity should employ an incompetent doctor who u not a stickler for the Strictest adhereuco to tho ethics ot the profession would study their cases moro and ethics less it would bo Abetter for them and their patients us Wjjll The fondne...

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. — 14 February 1893

E ADVOCATE ft w j t -1 Wesley Chamberlain and Hiss 6e Wade of Vf ados Mill rl he led at that place Wednesday eve- Fob 15 Elder II D Clavko t i Ice Thos Outidlo and II 0 Clay Lncbburg were in town to tho wife of P McNamara Wednesday February o u tor 9 irt Coons hue u lino school ai Miss Clay Willotighbj Lor school at Aarous Run tin Rday in March iOroy MolTenon discontinued h at Grassy JLlcK to iaKi of tho Graded High School ai mrgKy y much needed stivot crossing litd bo put down on North May- i fl t nUIIrt niiltil -vile street oppoHiiM inn puuuu huwi building City fathers remember this hint and seo if we are not correct Coleman Groves of Central Univer sity returned homo last night and trijl meet with tho differoni Young Pjoplo3 Sicictios to night at MasoniolTomple where he rW do his part to outortaiu tho audi ence Last week in making note of the third annual report of tho National Hobe Building and Loan Association JfBfflpmington I wo woro in orror typographically It should iiavn re...

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. — 14 February 1893

n t a f Ui ill Kj Bf ira 6 Xit i K I 2 m w Kh E l v v7 Ee THE ADVOCATb r 5 JUDGE JACKSON residont Harrisons Appoiut f ment of the Tennessee a prise to all Parties She President and the Judge Associates in the Search PW m The Memorable Contest whicn Resulted in Judge Jackson Selection to the United States Senate AN UPRIGHT JUDGE M ilroHUWtil narnaou urprieii ui fl friend and foe bv tho appointiumit ol Jadge Howell E Jaclcon to tho Kcy on tho Supreme Ucuch oecaMoued t livi ludiiit i of Mr JUillco J aiuar t Tliorc are nevoral ways of looking at the matter and on tho whole one hears a good deal more of commendation ThaadvrHecrrtici iiiofthiliiniiUiit8 c6ursr whatever may have been tho I motive that prompted him inthosclec tion IlarriMiu 1 a btrontr a ts n at i Lf - lt1n1 ItAII n nl A lUOSlUOlgoilIl Bpoiiniuittuu jjui uiiui p5i prejudice and it was the Indiana tDeiiiocrat who know Ben Ilarriion BSrbest and have fought him iongefil if that express most astonishment that Smi Ito should bow...

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. — 14 February 1893

hw iflc Tin A E ADVOCATE Stumbling on Fortunes lolil vas discovered ill California 18J8 ami In Colorado in 1878 The bvorv was accidental In both cages lie face created llie Impression mines were lying about loose ironturers drifted about in nopes kumbliny upon a mino Uero arc instances of lucky iinus ireo men wniiu looKing wv g a lifornia discovered the dead body man who evidently hud been upectiug por fellow 6ald one of tlio trio Vah passed in hi checks Its give him a decent burial liother Some wife or niollier glad if over she knows it began to dig a grave Thce flow the surface they discovered tfgold granger wa buried in another jid where thev had located a ty opened a gold mine venturer who had drifted to awoke one morning without loiiey Ho went out ana uor which in its dying tad up tlie dirt and disclosed bold Tlio poor man staked nira aud opened one of tho profitable claims ever worked in lUjeaiviiie Dead Man Claim the name given to another rich mine in Leadville was discovered...

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. — 14 February 1893

fc v l u fv If gn IV RrV p M IVC i V ft E f h xr v Trr THE ADVOCATE Gillispie Boardman Miss Cordie tho handsome dntigli tor of Mr J C Gillispio was married to Mr J E Boardniau at tho Christ ian Church t Flitltock on Wednes day after noon hiHt Feb 8 The bridq is ono of Montgomerys hand- epincst and moat thoroughly charming young women No more dohervingly popular youug lady llvos in our coun ty Jlcr gcntlcnes i and never vary ing loveliness of disposition drew to her a host of warm friends and when sho stood as a brido at tho altar many wore those who wore there to wish her a lifeof happiness with the man of her choice The groom is a young man in every way worthy of tho woman ho wou At 430 oclock tho bri dal party filed into tho church to a wedding march from the organ pre sided over by Miss Elfrida Stith The bride -was handsomely attired in white Bilk and late and wore roses carrying hi her hand a handsome boqtict of the same llowers The bridesmaids Misses Carrie Fletcher who wore pi...

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. — 21 February 1893

T Ux iW a H liv - ife v lortgnraMNJiuUnnd papers of tlio CUTIZKN HUIMHXU AND LOAN ASSOCIATION of now we icnucs sec lor tno year oiuiinx itiuoim lsvz anu una too iitnUH to nave been properly eclved and liglmicl and proper deposits of securities niutci9 renuiied by tho Iamb of the Stato ITennpsscc tnd I futhcr llnil that tlio eccmity represented by ttio tnorttagcH held by said kti is iiioio than sufficient in value to co cr tlio amount of cnsli loaned uy said Association flJt lnli lirl lit lllt Itllln H fll till lljOAll iln nf 1 IAM 1 UfQ UIYUII UllU lll MUI1U UkitllUAt HIV JiVUIlii 1119 UlVfeVliU litJ Ul JlUVIIlliV Ol GKU AUAMMOX Rtnto Examiner forllulldlnu and Loan Association HFFIpB OF STATE TREASURY ifiiifcrui ijuiic if iiiubiuiiucui jw utiiiimuu iiu iuuuuu iiiu uvutu wuuuitui tin It ily authorized to mako gald examination and report the condition of said Association uivcnuiuiciiny nana nnutscai uiouicoin mo envoi xcnnctKCC una 1110 zmi nay 01 bembor1882 - M A 1I0U8K State Treasur...

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. — 21 February 1893

ssaiene THE ADVOCATb 0 i DELIVERED BY REV- H I HAVE At the Anniversary of tho Insti tution of the Y M 0 A of this Oity Job 8 7 Though Ihy beginning was small yet thv latter cud should grqatly increase AJBihle HUtory Illustrates tho text The race sprang from ono man and ono woman Aftor the flood tho earth was peopled from Noah and Ids family eight pcn oiiH in all Abram is called out of Ur of tho Chaldeos to becomes tho father of tho faithful and tho head or a family aH numerous as tho stars and as countless as the Bands of the sea shore When Abram was in doubt concerning th manner of fulfilling tho promise God said In Isaac shall thy seed bo called llow straugly Iwaac was guided lu blessing Jacob in place of Esau Of Jacobs pons Jurtah is chosen as tho ono from whom Christ should spring Joseph is sold art a slave by his brethren Two years ho languishes in prison after a few years more ho stands befoio Pharaoh honored of God and men for his singula purity wis dom and faithfulnoss God w...

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