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comity Kj m iitliidinn Fields E Ilurd of Clroton bt Vcnuote 12 iyr ni1 with 1 quart of milk and 5 egg Umatilltv Was taken with a Ijiip tWdwhjch Wl T t -i swreteu formers hcjU T- A4 corptnidcnt Stilled on nirltrngoillt and of tho Horso icacrving tho whites of UAltVOl CVVM tt I When cold and flavor with lemon aUBA the tollowing mild settled in cjDsnniiton Mrs Xed v AUCTlONEEn aturato Iho pour it oyer tho apple then boat the omt1 11 doctors gave me jfi fhj hiif ii could tiVntniOnt for warts OVllUll1 TfcxiSdTDx itv VJllUtl Jivo but a bhoit Wy41 wat fi ovcry few days with purecj t0 whites of tho 0gs 1o a standing fell ofi of tbepJircl TiDtnpl attention given to nil Wilia cntntstol to if 1 oil and thev will dUnpix ar leaving Truth addd hiblcJ poonfuls of sugar she iuternaTfy inl hUcni o 7 eao orders t thlsoUlco or mklicvru up to my Sa1iir0SoniihHjd liim cm a of Clniondon Hotel Lexington ivy top of tbo ou fetay AVtbJlilfiy frieitd could tiot oti the suiTaceas wnoolh as tTiolith they- - and heap lightly on tho 13 ty Tlio silh Uuiotf of in tho oven ifdesired mv cavil I would inMraiin abstjitt ones wciy ficvcj wiciu tmi kihvi taul Urown meet atFastcttrii iscli Lumber ticE Etc eial cacs Whcic waVts were re Â¬ above jry liusbaiulftnrttiVJtl to of Pbach TvriooA Olio cupful of 1S91 to elect ofiicerl get pr KingH Njw j5ttoci y for moved from JHb nospot ooltsby peril tapioca 1 quart of tepid water T term A full attendal couMimption Jcougji find ciilds TlplymbbTng tJiciji with jnrd occa- - Ucilpful of sugar 1 galf poonful of J At a called uicetina rave it a trial took in all cijrhl hot bloiially alf 0 canned peaches or fresh ones 111 r - agent on Ilea it Las cured jrio and Utpjc God lr at hheir season Soak ho tapioca in tho No 359 A ortHflpondont rtf ho Gldcngo O RAILROAD C I am now a well anrtljftillVilv woman water for two hours or until itftcus house Avith Prcsideift Favrt TJmofi n Tlio biacdei 3 of the ucjt of depot S LIouVk fiicn add tho ougar salt and the Chair on motion the fojloviii Tiial bottles ftce Urotlfr aic all striving towaitl a goal Mt Sterling Ky - M drug stBiv tegular 6 mtfm contrf and pcachci hilved or quartered and took tiOnWas oflvrcd and cpipki1 Umt isto sijiid out a horae that will Mnnnfactni cr nnd denlct In Tohacco IIo A bottle iu a moderate oven Until the tapioca unanimon ly can led licad8KnushLumlernnil Like Ice Ho liiako boablo to goa mije in two minute becomes transparent and jelly like and our uiiBinetiiicii ih iiooiiiiiig uy doliipr the Ilosolvi1 That wo most offuring Itniigh Luinhn ntsiHH best nm mid fAl WtV nt tl IAI rio It is claimed to be a iiiJgurat ffct idA38ihUffWHioi tlo 6n tho ultimate tho peaches soft which will require y endolse ai bting our soij u iiivta III initio i iii iiuwl It in cuaWn iiniir that of tho imuv ho g into the lowing tipfifa liord lhabf chit carry about an hour and a half cooking iiallod meeting of tho F hokfl bii5iucs9 fojv cvsYfov V Coll hUspdforamilo at tlfo ilito one si jwlr Servo w illi cream It is de- - Montgomery county Whit peMoiinpiV ltl04yv lias jronn a nr liiMnrii n lti tmK edge havo jiiaiit e Thif n 13 Inscitionsi 4 MimlliA tors - VpKBi4ffl9arnJaB rii if usd djtrordlJvr4i1liVci5ritj m Vtgy i ju 1 T4ii5fVrt AtKiitii t fV MVM1 I ojpi lHtttllMl aiuliitlniiuivvfoti nrf-trti ibai pupiiM ui i atfiiu icasponniiu oi uuinr IIIrUMH tfUltyjjjfjJIU miii Mr nnd lh Flavor daughti r Alls Kflcu taking from tliii ion and 1 orsrajiiKOtr oy vr iw riiAJitilj llwycK lirucinitua wrnn SUiliug jtro viitlrig a ilUftiLtlJStl L i iXiff- Tt I 1 wftFncr--T- o J1jaiijlddllti5iH of boiling J u miiiKfKj0t J I Kii lisEff j ble J q049U 1 -- i U v tfyt Dfllte rhJ - iiVvv Vivil oewr Wiuil iSEsss -- J- - fW f1 w io ut moay6roi aucti6neer - - 11 wrlt I 4 I rJift T rtn if sbu ij Tfil - tV 1 1 r 1 i 3 -- FL aM lr A C w QlPthjngt2 1 t JIBBBBilllM yaaaaHaaajaHp how low to vartiictnbandit fioi L - niKo Attorney-at-La- bUiilinr Kt J M Kl IlaYlnr recently removed from Uwlngiville ated in tn city ol hi sterling win lirac tha eourU of Montgomery Hath ond ad- joining countlen and In the Bupcilor Court Court iAirtnf AmiMliinil Federalattention of Kenbe will tucky Frompt and c refill entrusted to lihru slven to ali business In Fixer Block tip stalra with ut Hardvyare Uf 1I1IB I am ofleriujj eomo P E 01 A L B AR G A I N S iring tho prcut month on all kinds ldaaKi of- - HARDWARE TINWARE WOODEN WARE BROS Staple Grofceres WAGONS INE MANTLES PUMPST cookstoves GRATES ICLERYEtc Etc1 MITCHELL Groceries M MwawM4a ARMSTRONG AM KiNnJ peaIkk in ititPT by PJoiuce Fresh mijl Gnretl Heats cnc af hud of lie 4 Busy coClf urs Groceries - Maple Molasses gacyCandies and all kinds ITNED GOODS iWliicli will bo sold nttlo lowest market prlcec M botiest dcHltn our tnotlo IR A APPERSON Blde PJ5sorthflNational llotel Kt Strlln w r APOTilK v IarUi - AvLri hif it no plTlp of 3 Lai tainy not nlr liaVo piMpcroil lm thoj allows no maif on tho lacc to use a mashed moolu a nd sweetened JfJlvC MiinlorJiiif idols lioVtfWhfJless ings GJ vhip oil any of Iiio stock It is said all well Together Soak J of a box pcrliaps hojjiiifr for better dnyn or that tlior i but one old m hip on he gelatine in a little cold watcn for an When Dcken imbjisitlj Vfilh hico horses awaiting a lucky IS tUtrm piobanly a ruo ol some outer thii i CO stroko Unit vill bring ttiuln qui all owner but tljo old whip i3 not uted hour or until it softens and add half commercial Traveler FOR SALE AT PHICES right Tlicioisa Poit of fusciiialioii mifi hQ irm does wen aim tno am a pint of boiling water stirring until ago tho Drummer wasalmfl that vill make thcni go tho gelatino is dissolved To this add in this coimtn by that nai about this noble animal which seams tliala work W1 a and never r-- iiio appio nim egg mixiure ocauug an any of its synonyms amA J tnkn linlil of llineo wha dvo the lit3h linducas oani tin nnj thing Call and Bccurc a bargain- I inpan li and flavor with pine Â¬ cssary to explain to AmericrJ thoioughly ltheiiUtdiJtidn frfir IJliis 1ms niaHccrt eVena fitrm J Now Oi Icaiis Picay line uuslness apple Serve cold with cicam tho lclevanccol the title i the historr of the humau i no fioin Ilumllo uoiio bill the Choicest- m io which wo re jvry A fttwsdiecpaio sometimes valtia rthoetricsl times and the devotion CiincoLATK ConxsTvncn PunniNO was neyjHBtioiigor than at the picselit be in wheat growino and lor tin iing One quart of milk 1 egg 4 level table commercial traveler- is day And it must be admitted that loose in tlm orchard tvheio lltey will apoonfitls of coiustnicb G tablespoon laud and is ouu f tLi Planing Mill none of tho bsuto cioUion nro 111010 not out breakup and pack the Eoil fuls of sugar and 3 ablcspoonfuls q clc3 in ho difir i i i i i i i i i i i i isj cells and cat up worthy the admiratipn of itinn than is nicely but destroy grated chocolate Heat ho milk to merchaudUet his1 E F ItonEKTftOv WT TVlei thu first fof noxious iusict t Their manure alo the I1O10 Gouricr Jojiniak Dissolve tho corn ho bilIiipoinl ig line for the oiyhaid but is cieciall In New Kujlnud isl MAXAGKK3 Mafcli in a litllocold milk 6tirring it Bucklono At nlca Salvo atTaptcd to tho garden and all hoed gentleman hen add tho grated free fiom liunp i i i i i i i i -- i i i raiding needs out of IVlurudf and vl Tho best salve in tho world for nils clips Sheep beaten egg and sugar and chocolate on our streets It ii all partsof tho country and bruise sore ulcers salt rhtMun fever after thoroughly mixing pour the Tlley also handle a full lino of farinen and farm laud would bo ines whole Into thu hot milk and Mir until how he hiippcjndi poios tetter chapped hands chilblains benefited by ii Tin 10 can ucer dtuimucr nj earns and all fkin eruption and pos timably it becomes as thiuk as soft custard conceding Iambs aio ahvajs for wit no pay required be no lb itively aires piles or fiout the fire let it cool nnd ield a Ilcmovo wool tlll mors can bo model It is guaranteed to give satisfaction markctiibfo and Manufacturers nnd dealai in all ilnda of flavor with lemon Servo with cream small ptofit hs name Wo will or money refunded Price 25 cents Chocqiati CAnAurL9 2sTQ 1- Quo When he w as a yoij Alhofoyhich they will sell per bor Fof srJa bv W S Lloyd An EngliU lioiticulluridt has the pint oi brown sugar 1 gill of jswect cleik iu a JJoslon vJ the5 lowest living jpnees following to toy ubout lajpberries IfiTMih or Tho turf writer1 milk V iint of molasps 3t cakq ojBa menf and he had raspboirics aiitiU deep soil Obtiy auTl ayn yjliat CailoS pivo ker8chocoalegratednd a good tea Augusta Fuiinoii tUqi Qiiglily iwonked bofoi a planting Coal spoonful of hljttor IJoilovera t low otnplo era leave k UfjluOiimendii of Iran land who Singles Whilo Pino and Poplar Do not crowd Jjm rows together let grand horsa Sea King by m owns fire stirring until tho ingredients aic ally Uoors of a Sics tio euii sldiib and air yoik iu among dissolved and occasionally allqrward unci vacations at oa SaahirRladftndTJiIuzodl Lord IluHotf Siitof thomfieoly to vtronglhcli and ripen Window and Door IVanfes Uicbcst informed as it burns easily Test it by drop lie dlJ not nel wood and tbon it matlew not how Jlonldui- aniVUradkcIs of all klnd mair upon fim eosthat ho has over mot tho ping a littlo into cold water If it the uilplus oyeu ylj much tho nines aio shortened there Verandas of every Description quickly remove at once from bout hofii- - n f excepting tins late Isaitih Thomas ol will be plenty of lino fruit In prac- - haidens Star Planing Mill Oomjmnyt the Arc flavor villi vanilla and pour brought baekBOrjrTTori -- DEALTJllS iN list whoro no training in done it i Thej into buttered tins Ono should be sftrpiied his flrji Tilt Sterlings Ky found best o leave the canes about Cant Sleep tflsbto W careful in adding tho extract as the t r schooiicra hcany Ihl oi Virginia Ti the complaint of thousands stijlcr- - tin oe feet long and for a number of beat is likely to set tiro to ho alcliohol All vennebec uii- - the yearsj worked two plantation one especially if added while on tlv Medical llOUl UWUKlllIipUDIl ibtllllll hoy favored nisicourfing 4 Coughs utc Did ni over tiy Dr trained to wire and tho other left Cunid tniixcd into tl cool mark Iho carnicls in square i The First- - Svmptomo of Death- - Acicers wllngirsliTteTiellyTItisIhe wJthoiit training and I was so con when In iuo stylo with a lnitteied knlf Tired feeling dull headache pains prepatatioii known iitr all Tunjj vinced thuLas good twills can bd ob Â¬ Also Blacksmith apd Anthragu a r laincd on the Aco and open ssein a on a Unless tho cow has special Valuo cite Coal All Coal sold 72 in various parte of the tiody binking Troubles Sold SOi positive fufian in them iu bunches to slake or a breeder she Rhoiilu not beJiOptpa tho pit of the stomach loss of ap anleoht23eand 1Ti lbs per TushelA Highdst cash at lialning Jlieton fencqsof AvireJhat her tenth car If she has to petite fovprishncss pimples or sores druggist X price paid for Wheat Also are all positive evidence of pm ood lelqarcd away the wjlioa and btakes every year she win tneii n Hay blood ICp matter how it becapm Jfjiincill lijo JiP vvEkJDnl- Wheat Corn Oats and eiglit or nine calve and Aeoriefiiondcnt frw Vt jnv ico next PumiiurTAo on uie siffilolent to wear out her constitution poisoned it musLbt purified to avoid wiiuicauiu iiuu- iuiuii Hudson a a foot tlilclTand tuSliar to tho ifytf York World givct the fol Cows hut aic allowed to go farrow death Dr Ackers English lllood vefttlng jsan pjogtSsfti lowing recujit for the soft tainting of u bo better picscrved Elixlrlma never failed tti removcVtrof Insurance sUiiiS lOhoskln Is drv I first soak occaMonally will thoy usually do not n age but ThoFblit Btehi to a later ulous or syjiliilitic poison Sold tinder it iusdtV wiilVr Tt grct nU fs nil I 1 ii iinl tv ii iiv 0 vuixit positi va giial ant9C 2Uiii woik ofi IliaivU ill gUUU iuiiivr to bo tteated Perhaps you nro nit down raifl rcaih l is j l VI I ll tlf iluli v llimitiitliiii iF IlirliI 10n- OGV-V-VI I I a eat cant sleep enirt fliink cant do all the tlenh tttul grcao with i tnll Tho How Discovery as m cows unit so SUCCESSOR TO ainthiniO to voureatwfaiiUoiiMnd t u broad bhided kniit thoti sprinkle it urogeliy well In breedingsillierpos- v jr us lllUi Interruption blmvild j thorotigldy with nltand fold it care- You lijivp heardyour frjMida and wonder t hat 11IJ4 yopf neigliliotS talking about If You may heed tho wwniutfiyon iQyWity5Uo j rull with Iho fiefiltflHVi hi ami le it stbier -r u yonolf bo 0110 or thp many who tli t htrp Into nflrvcifs plshM9ttilio utjtil tlio next mviiing Tliru Vo Can and Do kno tiom iifwonui cxpcntiico jusi ISffig- vah ofttho sail and mko ii trpiiy y liilnililiij sms ii 0ti navo Ton need a ucno lulc and ill F Guarniile3 Dr AiWsttioc U1o cVact sohltjua of altpi put lids on ho flch evpfw d it jennVo one of its xt niuih tWcJiitiM s you will tied AND frica becatisotho woiKieUiH ninjg remedy tor rostoung jour itrvouiifjio ami mb itwitli tlio bamina hot for it liaa bcoti fullyCm dor Ti it It In that lul onco KlViflilil Mtiiiii an kin iLifiuiuii iiLiLiwi iiiiiil- - nd ir Mti iifv bonio ttibjo thQ nikiii Hut tionnln ill- tills t ii KlnirfiNi w OiMOvpjy ovl r Stirprlfa1n Tulhw IhiHii iidiar arfaio Mid Jay it away Sp fisupCVJor oail sHi ion Ida a jilaioiiUtbn v iljilu r- - cool puef t AppHMlUAiim lolullon blncul dtseajg 0 nover trlpd it and nhmiin bo nso i niils ptM uel LOWT WATE3 HIM 1 l jr ii llir wjth a ronlitVnld or Mnyf alive YiWi nfi po utiinv 1fti f i CHOICEST CQMPARl met- tint ju tltc Uailo atmwor Uif i ujii liiyu ltnMJI mil ive iUa fftiiUrfaWJ llOMPTESTSE2 fck ipyiUMeFoh This k fur fjtpaU iixnviiii VanleovHV lime tlfaiirlnB illi tho fur nuaMTfiin skins ran bo Ci Trial bottle 4Vt nt mm J ui avaaua C days 3Vl LlrusMOrgi m MESD THE PACT THAT selves rttway ifs cTiannfU Ccr- - nW bv Pruor iganufiil rf- farm a jiiit Lai I Pinb AtTir whitesorjj Oi Boots SitoesfCloMn F - Mi k J - W L MIoiris FRESH MEATS tat Poultry Vegetables b I AH encom-age-men- l Planing Mill Co LUMBER Â¬ tois Rough Dressed - Basfnio Hi fe ouiiu Â¬ - tf -- jl do 4 as Â¬ 1 - ljotillfy tJila--w- SI I a - -- r--N- 1 1 V iT - I Yi itlv - iu 1 - INUMICE Real f lq m L4 r - 1 - s 1 1 1 - hom-ry-J- uuaf 1 1 I 1 - - - - w T BKV ygf vsiilMia sii 1 4 V 1 H tja T c IbaiaiVr X3iOr- Medical 1 S i 1 T -- kHt Hew Far mora Jhouoe AM IxrAt K warehousemen Tuesday with ho Times says svlllo buyers woro it among than was lilt one of tho biggest ouisvillc market Of cscnt none represented c manufacturing firms acco brokers A few 0 oclock Gen John S sident of tho Tobacco Tsociatiou addressed tho called the attcntiou of Iy to tho circular that had tied by tho buyers and said ould read thii circular for are that everybody had not it rcular Jias already been pub The Board of Directors state sville as tho most central chosen for tho principal chows of the association The atloiiuf the houses is favorable in It it is ijlosc to the railroad and Eyago uJH only ho rcijiiired on to- u v You fpcl yu kjwt It means iou are ne vousAVhy Yon cough ia the mornin-g- Do you roailra the cause Your appetltqls poor Wwtrnakes - iilflltVttJs 9RK CtioTMNfc a 4ftJ4MttJMLliJftW its 1 niTm m ni i n fllrtiilM1MrtVrttMj ST fciijWMH f tti l an M Iflil tl GQHTd fc jl LV YOU 1 v V r I I f Us7 JiTgaBBg Ilia Uf 1U5 IHSlr Wo do not say this to frighten you but it is true Those aro tho euro symptoms of this tcrriblo diseiiho There fC WJ rLtr taL w itVf it B I A Tl seem into n cjmngea person to your frlends Do yoii know what la tho matter or has Ilia ctiticrn n ro cnulual it lias escaped your notice lf R 0 G E US Kr r - to have vour PS K eisai Jttl Til 9IIVVI II y Ai i tv k 7 sf S 3 Xou Aiavo Conaumptloa nrxavJng faed fi is one thing which DR ACKERS ENGLISH REMEDY pbyiicliiu Europo ty It W H HOOKER Is recommended tb boat OS eenU CO rtnU ill check it and that ij In ml CO 46 West Broadway Now York L Union De- Â¬ Nicholas County F mands Proof from Bro Erwln 100 par Uottle and Aiuerico Tailor Clothing Boots Shjbes and Hate My goods are newpresh and will be sold at bottom prices - XI to sell out has just received fromcthe Eastern market an elegant line of Merchant tMJXJ t r -r ifnr ti jji MijrMMjC3MUii 7qJ--r---- Jt CO i 3 avL5a i yTt q and guarantees atisfaction SHOES Have you evcriised f -v aotriingby cent A tho river about 15 circular goes on to that the following scalo of fees no boon adopted Tho fees for sell- tobacco will bo 150 per hogs ii to be paid by tho seller and 2 le paid by the buyer LiCOj o ffive Fen the hogshead cents per stated that it 5f the directors to if was found that Wj a surplus Or if the iiiu surplus luewviiuu Pd over to the stock- - p Jcneral got to tho portion Mating to tho success of prise ho said to our success wo wish guard all growers of linst the statements and es of those who desiro to sec the rs fail in the management of I own business We can conft- isay to the farmors of Kentucky ewherc that if thoy ship their Ito tlieeo houses it will be sold and at much less cx- u they have been heretofore Ko nay - - r If inducements are t mkh r f tho crematory is much better than cows butter said Mrs Vanco vcr ono morning at tho breakfast table What ejaculated Mr Vancovcr Drugs Etc excitedly t t I say I dont think tho crematory buter is a bit bettcrllian any other My dear replied MrYVancover trying to calm himself do you -MnmM D0CAYroNALr Jd know what a crematory i6 viy Not a Third Party SaHEcl 3US ammmnm mJT 4 No not unless it is where the yieral impression that make oleomargarine 4V- 5 kfADING 11 my love I will inform you Bis iticll A crematory 19 a place wlero dead Write for Cataloguo and full normaMonLnOU V IfaLsCij 1 I t ncc ujon Wcring it While bodies II your part anu mo tllis feeling may bo justified by the 0 gracious Life Insurance vltf is simpljv will you be de- - facts in certain cases it is not now a A place where deadjbodIes are Sand misled by time servers parlyv4ior docs it seem that it ever OF burned to ashes and tho ashes carried sh you no good and who now will bo piofltablo for it to adopt party homo in a jar and stored away among A favorable offers to you only organization It is not now a lack of tho family archives darling but dont v G2-r- -1rv 1 o ii m may bo induced not to ship party but a neglect of duty by our INSURE IN THE OLD RELIABLE rvi 7J for heavens sake over get on this sub- Â¬ irown houses or will you make Legislatures that has stimulated our ject again in the presence of any of our A Jbrts a success by shipping and growth While wo have been feeding friends Dont do it for my sake will your neighbors to ship to the world other forms of industry OF p of the tobacco growers of have been perfecting an oigauizatiou you love said sho And she would bo eternally Druggist Paints President AMZI DODD which give them an undue advantage cremated if 6he would Texas Slft Oils en said that the partly by what was left undouo in ings TuplLsli nothing that their interest They have simply ta- Â¬ Window Glass PATENTMEDICINI vided among them- - ken advautage of a law ofhumau na Â¬ Editor Advocatu Total Assets January i 1890 - - 4523696329 Brushes for once prove to the ture in providing that they should get Slai i Being one who is always interested Paid Policy Holders since organization - - 10753270167 kis is not true Let u the lions share If the farmers expect in the succcbs of the Democratic party i orld that tho farmer to change thoso unequal conditions let and remembering something of the Surplus 584309603 protect welfare with hi ni remember that God helps him defeat which they suffered iu this Ap- Â¬ 300000000 Losses paid in Kentucky - - - - - But to receive pellate Court District iu their last race courage and with who helps himself Miscellaneous help it is not necessary that ho join a I hope then it will not appear unscem irtiMiuiuMfMMSMiivHiM reflected on thi d party There seems very little ily for me to make a suggestion wai he farmers who doubt that other forms of business have We have in the person of Hon John Losses Paid in Montgomery County ihiLfc r flourished and been well cared for E Cooper of Montgomery county a old Cerro Gordo ir r Judgo Richard Iteid 5000 James Anderson 5000 It C Gatcwood tho direct intervention of a man who if placed at tho lead will nthusiastic cheering without 5000 VT T Hanly 5000 J A Magowau 5000 io speaker paid iiis at- - party organized solely in their interest not suffer the cause of tho Democracj 1 puUville Lcat Tobacco Tho railroads banks manufacturers to bite the dust As for ids fitness After second year no restrictions as to residence or occupa- Â¬ mmonted on tho nb- - and other representatives of the mon Â¬ for tho high position of Appellate tion No forfeiture in case of lapse incontestible Ile said that Urn eyed power have not found this neces- Judge we have only to refer to his - nit BillUS sary They made themselves necessa- Â¬ record as Circuit Judge of this district Full lines of all classes ot wiuu iu itcd by tlfp Exchange ry to the parties already existing and now considering the above 1 - DRY GOODS BOOTS SHOES QLOAKS on assignable pliciesCash loans made up to one half of tbe I them w hh cxiiiiliori Strong as it is tho Grand Army of the would liko lo ask tho Democrats Avhere Ho said thai the liny- - Itepublio would bo comparatively pow could a more suitable man In Stock I I THE BEST CONTRACT EVER OFFERED for the piled to Iwlons m ttin erless as a distinct party To bo suc Â¬ place be found For nuy additional Information apply to JUyy 1G0 a year for cessful a party must liaVo a larger The most complete assort- Â¬ ltcspcctfully ahis was an error oh membership or rcccivo more votes T J AlHfETT ment in Eastern Kentucky flftms paft the dues Doing than any of its opponents To do this I W Gaiidnkh 642 West Main St Louisville Ky tr He Via that the buy it must take a position and make a ked im Exchange to call a declaration of principles upon ques- A fence being a necessary evil lich da not properly conio economy in Its construction has al Ky ihd give them permissior Mt Of all kinds in endless variety within tho province of tho Farmers ways been considered important The now how CLOAKS UNDERWEAR Wo aro Spt Aonts for lcso go Alliance Itis not certaiii that it could Time was when timbor was so cheap Jttee seeraiiji Suruamca and Their Origin today and yesterday get more Y9tos than auy other organi- Â¬ that the crooked rail feuco was ill SHEETINGS inldutlino6f Surnames in Franco began about UMBRELLAS tho sation trnfit is very certain that no cheapest of auy Tho rails cost noth Ufa Is cot Urol by days nor ret tir yara 987 when barons used to designate Tbeo come and go DRESS TRIMMINGS rtjiican bo successful without the ing but labor and that also iu winter Aa Tlmo bis changes or beply ccmetimes Uy themselves by tho names of their VELVETS rioea Mid if Today is completo and at prices that Llneers rdeatkusy when fraujjht with frs estates and that has boon tho general FLANNELS f tho farmers ballots There is was very cheap Iu most localities If perfect haaaouka and smUos It hears CASSIHERES competition practice of deriving surnames though llingso alarming to our politicians now almost nny matciial is cheaper la onm short raoaient Lot tta Yesterday BLANKETS COMFORTS And rocreitJy tbe Joy or pal we lay i by no means tho origin of tho naraos of as tuu loss oi nn election and no can- Â¬ than wood for fencing An osago Bafe In the Pants dear sbrine with uabed toanb ull tho nobility of Europo Names didate need expect support unless ho orange hedge is one of tho most sightly Bo when tho deepest chords ot Life vibrate were taken from badges cognizances Hardware Queenswi accedes to our reasonable demands and economical fences that can bo And qirfrer neclh tbe inoeter hand of Vain and nicknames applied io individuals NEWO PER A HO U al OrEcstacy our qaickeoed Imnth we bote There Is nothing it needs so much as made Sco your fiicud Abo Sutton And listen homing that perchaoos some strata Among tho commonalty surnames ore Sb MtSterHngKy said not to licvo been general before votes and it is oafo to say that tho par Â¬ and have him show you tho advanta Â¬ Of heavens own miukj soothe ere lis too late n The trembled waters of Ufes boundless main the reign of Edwrd II ty Which docs not rccognizo our prin- Â¬ ges of his method of training this for J 1i C3ianbera JournaL It will bo found upon examination ciples will not bo iy a position to do a fence that many of them originated in tho Thoro is a gocKlUeal in tho way you still older custom of adding to tho sons us any harm Tho justico of our de Â¬ mands and substantial unity of action J Goulds daily incomo is said to bo turn up an ordinary overy day or Christian namo that of tho father will make tho Order fur more power- - about 7500 But this is rather night gas jet with a gloss shndo or many moro from tho names of Jdfades globo over it Those small Jots that and many from accidental dMlnctlon fv pi nc jtfxjm iil than it can be if it becomes a parly small compared to Itockfollcr who is V desirable propcrtyi on I0i cni Heiitucky btst Timber Lu if aro liko penciled rays of light directed In sizo and color probablyaSriginally j - ACltKSof the ptiimJ oak co Lance Springfield 111 supposed to receive 18000 daily or suddenly against tho globo causo from C O U It and adjoluln tl3 Â¬ ward Avenue within two un to tuo Astor who gets 23000 daily or oven equal expansion and tho globo cracks applied wuo lounder 01 tifl family Jb walk of tho Court house Con call 011 at my occr Iu Trader t Many uispiay crests id arms or lot ao feet front ami on tills bnuqiPK a H9 ifo crow was shot ro Cornelius VandcrbiH who liaa to get Stiil moro remorkabja results attend nowadays wonld bo reluctat iantlal hoysrof nino voonuLh- tho too swift illumination of tho best blazon them upon linen of Sanford Vnr along with 15000 a da orches store roonisetcF room when tho young daughter of tho carriago door and livery if f iliip southwest tAt n J J a k house is bidding her lover good night tbe true origin of their in prlino condition Splen noi body and Galveston Texas has an artcsiau pad has loft the liflrlft verv low whlln ica two excoueai iwrH ll- h 4r blcs etc M is sel- - well which at tho depth of 310 fct Mm stands in tbej shaaowt and wtII display New York Lodger lots of 50 ffeot froMUw yo has struck a stream of fresh pure wa- - nerDeaujflnatl8Xying ulraself which ajo not imagine tnat youl 4trecfc and tulJaceMt to lAJpUXa Ot Mod Blue UrbK 1 Lby workiae late Into tho nkw ar that yields 75000 uLUons u dav sldossHIIIIIHH Qusht to tun erty ST S5UPSJL3fril GirP ision en i tired In tho mor rwillbe discover is to the sail oh afsast wr M tit Trader u lorW HARRIS d thJ A IfOKfrMl bUjldij iC W fl uiv ni from ized Thcro wore only a few rejec- Â¬ tions Tho buyer wcro mostly im ported but they seemed to have as much money And just as good judgement as tho local purchasers Tho ono feature which marred the entire success of tho initial sale of the now warehouso was the absenca of most of tho Main street buyers Con sidering this the successful sale of the tobacco was remarkable Thcro were a few members of the Exchange at tho auction and a few of them bought tobacco in spite of the laws of tho Exchange MJ Barker was ono of tlicm Ho bought twenty six hogsheads W 0 Head recently of the warehouso firm of Ray Co alpo purchased tobacco E A Bell bought two liocshcads It G Johns j 11 kuown brokciya member of lUfiSt Jbojajht six hogsheads It is said ho bought them in another mans name and therefore is not liable to expulsion N T Brown of the Exchange was bidding Other mem also bid for tobacco The bidding was brisk and at times spirited A hogshead was sold every two minutes Tho salo began just be Â¬ fore 11 oclock and lasted until 12 30 The tradc of tobacco offered was rather low but tho sales averaged about 750 a hundred a hogshead Tho highest price paid was 2175 by Mr Barker for a hogshead belonging to Henry Snooks of Shelby Another hogshead bolonging to tho same gen Â¬ 18 tleman brought There were about twelve buyers present from Cin- Â¬ cinnati Mr Shaw ono of these twenty seven bought hogsheads Henry Spclmau bought twelve Other Cincinnati men present most of whom bought tobacco were Al Hoffman Edgar Ellis Alf Hitc Ned Dugan M Shcctz and Col Mullins 5te Reissingers Oil Blacking - jut Â¬ - Â¬ Tho following resolutions were unanimously adopted by tho V L Union of Nicholas county and a com- Â¬ mittee was appointed topresont them in person to tho State Executive Committee and insist upon decisive and prompt action in tho matter Whcreaj Tho Nicholas County P L Union has learned with amive mcut and regret tho published state- Â¬ ment of President S B Erwln in re Â¬ gard to the Farmers Warehouse therefore be it Itesolvcd That wo call upon Presi- Â¬ dent Erwin to give explicit reasons well proven fur tho stand he has taken Itesolvcd Fuither that satisfactory proof must bo forthcoming in the next issue of tho Kentucky State Union or further steps will bo taken iu tho mat- Â¬ ter Itesolvcd That wo call upon the Executive Committee of tho Farmers and Laborers Union to investigate the move of President Erwin and that they spare no means to uphold the honor of our noblo order Resolved That these resolutions be published in tho Carlisle Mercury Farmers Home Journal and Kentucky Stato Union and Mt Sterling Advo cate with all papers favorable to our Â¬ Â¬ Hh f r Chinchilla Coats and Vests 500 Gents Full Snlti for Winter 500 Boys Boots 125 andl150 Gents Heavy Overcoats Chinchilla and Cashmere 400 500 and 750 Ladies Kip Shoes 75c 100 and 125 Pebble Button Shoes 100 125 and 160 Gents Coarso Boots 175 200 and 250 Vaiscs with lock and key 50c 75c Smalt Trunks Undershirts and Drawers 25c each Boys Suits L25 150 17fiand 200 Overcoats at ridiculously low prices Gents Pur Hats 100 Childrens Spring Heel Shoes 75c 90c and 100 Gents Box Too KipTloots 250 and 300 a 275 and 350 Caif Cil Suits for wot weather 225 Rubber Overshoes 25c 4 pair 10c socks for 30c The best preparation for leather known3 Free frohl gum and acids giving to the leatherboqy artji a silky life like feeL andmaking it waterpropfStiik able for all kinds of leather from the mot delicate Morocco to the commonest split leather As r dress-sing for harness this oil has no superior G -- iREISSINGiEC f ti MANUFACTURER East Main Street a Mt Sterlia Ky -- TT 52E b SO li A UirtMttM Groceries iV tfiaMrvafr il4HHHtltttMtMpSS Opera GfiocoLAf es --and-- - tj i order I dont sco as this butter wo get doi itT tr r MHHBrn ATIQN Business College on rauin 1845 1890 Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co fgs Yours Truly fear competition Clothing and Shoe line will living figures for Cash I do not Anything in the be sold at lowest GREAM BON BON i m - T F ROGERS boxes without additional charge amine our stock We are packing the finest confectionery ever brought to Mt Sterling in the most exquisite Call and ex Chiles Thompson Qol fm J i l 4 W Jyrjk -- Drug6st and r n Boo4 J -- e r jc cr c r ALSO CARRIES LARGE d r y ofNewark NJ rfitnmi 9uidrFs Tablets IINE OFF icskJ SU P PJU ES titttttf at Wiiter linn m imw Hwn 1 m - AItefEp3r LSfgyiI Â¬ y i- -- mm J K W SMITH Go State Agents T C Graves Agt Sterling I I Dress Goods HQlIcJay Gooj I J SAMUELS WA REB X FOE S AJLiEI FORSALrl 1110 TnnTrh A A ot - Fdir Sia X 1 11 wortlHne - to 5- P i lUiUviiiiv 1 1 1 rs jS - mmm fmmm I- - JSMfif W ffiSl STSSEffiSS uwi rrvrrn rz2 rr rWidftndfitorijctpbWHftomhl umi -- 2 SffHffTL 3Jw 4- f expreiion iHui j iJ tossora lnvl4V were saying ycs- nMj- hoihr nf Willi mt lias had adventures be- great fancy to itoV he We he pays and 1 believe him But bingor us i t Wo ELLS r AZELRiaaj m J - Tsu wrepve vur iUuumHf - o fy UJf Jet Mir lwvo bit way ii uwu wnr too s iWe w to She wouldnt tierhawl her rfc disillusionment iWells r i4 fifnrtWVaM p bo irijllwlWe wm T iu aeout tuo Bame to her aa younger than nor looks Her facd nd thing the other But sho did an odd thing figure wot youthful liut her bearing she offered to suspend her career what- Â¬ wad gestures were mature Her foatures ever it is Mid bo with him as long as ware ot ulear paleness regular ii out ho wished And sho appears to havo Â¬ lino and of remarkablo beauty Some given up some importaut pecuniary ad Â¬ thing in her riped enchained Bclling vantage to do so accepted her offor 1htu6regardj Bho did not reseinbfo any thinkingno doubt He sho would capit- Â¬ that woman ha hadlBeir aiidryct Bho remind Â¬ ulate lit dnc time in tho meanwhile ed him In corao iriUsiblo olnrivo way taking care that she should lose nothing of a woman whom ha wishod to forget in the way of monoy Ho represented She was differentdifferent at every hhuself to her as inoxhanstibly wealthy WHB k Mmmm pointy find yet if he turned away and and sho took him at his word But tho glanced at her from the corner of hia faot is after ho had spent a hundred eyb thero was an indescribable likeness thousand or so and ruined his father way oho had of slowly lifting and sister as ho tells mo there was no Waa it tho her rfhra Was it the slops at hcr3hcT moroleft Ho was ashamed to confess dera Was it in tho way the soft hair this to her and it ifl only within the last grow on the napo of her white nock few days when ho had got down to his Was jit in the smilo that lighted her eyes last fifty pound note that sho found it before it touched her lips It waa all oi ont these things itwasnonoof them After And now pho means to shake him is a minuto Bellingham forcibly dismissed that it said Bellingham tlo question frotai hia mind Of what Well apparently not She Beoins to earthly consequonco was it money herself and sho iK Hero wore a good Woking woman ttnd have plenty of has mado him a proposition which does an enamored young man a common rwrtctts sutfacnt oncncii and In sigfit cnQigh r Thoy seemed to bo in lovo her credit Sho has proposed to marry Xttjws iJawla for Edwardes him und pay back the money that he witUtffAll lSfcir as Helwiso had said lay or two afterward the architect but v mUT the gentleman had evidently has spent on her I havo begun to fell 1 jjtowoponi house discovering tnnt lost hi3Jiijij4 ttUlady was entirely self in lovo with her myself And I may do Kfj in the waft of blnnSBS required if shell havo tad for Mr Edwardes posflesscdlW seemed to bo amnsed it tiedlalu attention in New York fciinM nntnrt fT frflVfnrnrA ni pride as ho calls jit would not allow accept lier proposal and henco tho conclusion that lie ftripaulon but thero him to KU itWV lUUUl Jl iUJ IV WllIlON 6iyiHT5adness or anxiety hi3 misery which at ono timo last ibogan to practice his prpfe hen her faco waa at rest night assumed quite a suicidal complox with him avorhM air of trying to make him Ion but I remonstratedmorning and he t better this t or wnprehend somo-- felt a littlethey wero sitting thero the While j ri ho reruMMate do cr under opened and in came n rost jsvon stand As thoy pawydriho young man door was suddenly himself in a state of jrr6nnd forgoing so glanced for a momMtftowardHteiEo young Mr Edwardes Ho had a nowspaper events pacirou ma and nodded recoguitfcaF The ladVTd great oxcitement in his hand ige oh the Arizona not turn nor ovinco consciousness of th Did you know what Was ih this pa- world anqrpotooH preseuco of any third party Thoy demanded he striding Ijp to Ilel- Ritftbandonedvlovely slowly traversed tho length of tho ter- Southern coast of Ire raco and disappeared through the gate- Â¬ ono generally finds in a Now way at the farther end old re- Â¬ SulWay paper two loyeliest loast known Sho knows how to dress remarked Yoik HmwiseAitfping weeks turned back his hat Jd retreats in Europe Bellingham looking This is Mr at him aous Sionses Voro over- rAnd how to walk added Helwise and BellinghamTEdwardes trrpRii irfrtaqtho ateen She must have learned that on tho Tho lattor lookeoXat tho architect and fa were mado joautiful stage seemed to hesitate wheiAW 0r not to pio as of crass Tho warm An actress then you thinks the1 emotion bjrvwhieh he was if iio- - lit- - in CinU Yes or arf opera siSgerperhapSa ceed but was too much for liiiu- rtatbeceAjbeV jlnd January possessed howent Well what do you tnini istho nJatterjf pn mciuhubuwioiu it says neo ueHelwise witfi nalitv of anEnjrli8h snnnK enough nmybe Ho hasnt money his innitantR wfiro n fir de- - said Bellingham or perhaps sho likes ing tho paper toward -bearing him too well to marry him A woman finger on tho paragrapn uiat iwe Jvf fishermonjU vrkromplexlduu and vigorous like that knows that an ounce of imagi- Â¬ read it yourself I Helwiso took tho paper and reUj traces o their haudsomo Span- - nation is worth a pound of reality Mile JUarana tuo great jtussiuu IT both to her and to liiml1 who has endeared herself to dm Um in audition to n moat eu- Yon have studied women since I donna b fiullauy ai4d a coupler or ex knew A ou last1 remarked Helwiso with Now Yorkers durine tho past season he iher charminR behavior as well aa by DTiictv danahtfirH Belli n zhani in wnilc powers will nexii pied to his agrceAblo Buriuiae an If I havo replied aeoffroy thoy nnrivaled musical in artist ueiwiso uy name haye only taught mo to disbelieve the month bring to a close tho most successif had known yeata ago in Now fnl engagement over known in tins city littlo I ever thought I know Come let Mile Murana has lately been in delicate lus lonely man of genlu3 was usbu Moving Mf in thChabitor spending tho limi night Bellingham dreamt vivid- Â¬ health To thoso of thousni ds of her BMroAiBMMBJratitiferrini to can- ly of JIllo Marana and his dream friends and admirers wo add our own of color and awakened Inm befoie dawn in great dis Â¬ cordial hopes that bIio may return to ii3 kiwery turn tress of mind Ho imagined that he next spring with renewed stiength and tive was walking across theBrooklyn bridge entitrv Meanwhile wo shall not looja ain Mko again wlnv ton tnia occasion exteuueu tr ih voii tuo ppera lions if tho tliiuction TTruKmiVWW v ft yjj jTjBTi Cif m DEAL2RS IN -- - rigi 9 - Tjf J4 Staple and Faney Dry rs t A GtfDds 4 Hi mm ii Dv far the lar crests and handsomest stock of Dress Goods and Novelty Suitings in the market and all paid for tremendaous stock of Table Linens Torchon Edg ings and Hosiery all bought and paid for be fore the McKinley Bill was passed XI U Wi h t u v r v f AYJe Tt zr WELLS r s have more Carpets than all the town put together We are the only house that carries the best brands such as LOWELLS HARTetc etc and FORDS BROMLEYS sell as low as other which they 1 Â¬ HOUSES SELL INFERIOR MAKES ftitrW wouUtoj3i HAZELRIGG ayJ Z have the sole control of M Shortels Childrens and Misses Shoes the ff T 3 frrTT svStMXL Ji iAi a - Z u A 0Tw i t cheapest in America and every pair warranted Also A Hand J Johnsons Made Shoes tM Sir i 4 WELLS 4 HAZELRIGG dont deal in Trash For Honest Goods and Honest - Treatment g 5 ff to Z57T737573T57S ul showed that sho was suffering quite ns been mistaken in each other Upon his much ns Bellingham could bo supposed maintaining that every institution must to be Jccelyns acutencsa was not of a bo judged by its practical application fino enough older to enable him to hit sho rejoined that if there were no such upon tho real explanation But tho opi thing as lore there was an end to all sodo albo admonished him that it was argument about it full timo ho himself took n leading and a no said that lovo did unquestionably winning hand in tho game exist and that it was the strongest and Accordingly Jocelyn insensibly began most enduring passion of the human to draw nearer to tho object of his at heait brt that it by no menu1 followed tentions Ho talked to her n grjat deal that we could always lovo tho tame per- Â¬ about her pofession about tho preroga son with eqnnl fervor Life was tives of genius and tho peculiar pnvi- - giowth and loo which was tho essence ges permitted to tho nitistic and es- - of life must therefore be subject to ivcially to tho musical temperament growth likewise As wo developed as crvua- jirminds and capacities expanded we o the things of our less ma- nnd embraced tho interests corresponding to our larger was ono love for child- youth another for tho ibia viving relatives claimed fiOO a mans life occasioned runaway horse of tho defendanfl lowing defenses were put in Fij horso was a kind horse and have run nway had ho not bedpifrj eneei so tuo paity wno mglitfeueiD horso was to blame Second Eveiij tho horso started somo person dij tho horso from his course without Â¬ tho defendant would not hal taken knocked down so the party wl Forgivo me Beatrix ho sighed out inverted tho horso was to still affecting to bo overcome by weak Third Tho defec I could not heft Of oj Darling time to get onfc nccs gnl I lovo you bo 1 cuumywjiinst it himself to Hn4 no longer lenuimt loss of tered out an entreaty to bo lifted to a sitting position and when oho clasped her strong young arms about him to ac- Â¬ complish his desire sho found herself un Â¬ awares entangled in his embrace nnd bjforo sho could extricate hcrsolf she felt his lips on her cheek Sho placed him in tho attitude he wished and then got slowly and wearily to hor feet hor faco palo and her eyes daik So tho s lid with a perceptible in lomtion of contempt I was not mis- A Unique Dcfento in a case somo years ago w Pd A v likothe othen -- or worse said she but iu VJ c uut miner a oenent toTTis I Hlmli In thu caso tho jury gavo tho ij i eatc s perEonsTn- - 1 cnuui not believe it till now a energy tno nuer Ins never bo mistaken again veruict ot sjoo Thi3 result rT ucuuixi uavo you no voiisuler the immense number of TT organization tho more often would ho ju pity no tamed by putting down thoamoc jjeiiing- - vorces and scandals tint were coming consideration for for my condition juror was willing to givo to find it necessary to change tho object of iiiTTnTli- - nnnnnitifnl iifjfli and di villi light in all degrees of tho social scale iuh uuccnons urjina and lnivo heard her sine what wero they io uo so was not in op- Heaven knows how I havo stiuggled oy twelve In torviewiu New YorJ but tho blind and in- position to truo morality but in obe Tako oft this bandage ho continued r June in Now York this season a scoro of articulate protest of tho individual dience to it but society querulously snatching away tho hand A fllammoth Spring times consulting iM overtake her t againt tho selfish injustice of tho ma- Â¬ ly itb own selfish convenience had sole- kerchief from his forehead mi Let mo -- ou neara an impostor aiti Weed to death xiu iiiiiesii nnu most wonl tuenr re jority What was tho lemedy for theso ficially Scu in imminent danger of I will not live without spring of fresh water in tho worli and aibitiaiily mado such acts turned tho other angrily I know what abuses Did not lio tho in it hands of the criminal and had thereby bewildered yon tho Gulf ust as ho was on tho point of reach- - Im talking about Good Godl dont I superior persons in tho woild of those too last l It will tako you a long timo to bleed county coast of Florida in IJoiJ and moi tally injured mjriads of innoTiio Wekowecheo rig her howover tho plank en whirh he know who tho Marana is strangers mado to death Mr Jocelyn who returned she Keep your coat on young man said thingscould see through tho show of cent human beings m havo betrayed tood giivo way and at tho sanio mo quiotly wLo were clear headed and pos I shall not bo nblo to wait for stream large enough to float To this tho prima donna replied that Possibly rendiug to stay I ment sho whom ho had meant to sjivg Helwiso with a quiet laugh Pei haps Madamo Bemax will steamer Is mado entirely of scKVd the i ouin of lovo could grew inimitably without dan you spouted from this gigantic natural oxpollcd fo I totteipd nnd fell Ho cloedjiis oyes for you are mistaken instead of Mr Belling- Lot hem lead the way their convictions Ini Shull I call hor Doubtless thoy ger of ever outgrowing its object Tho be ray peomlar an instant then ho felt his arm seised ham You bhall not speak to me in that which Is CO feet in diameter and woId bo pursued by tho sneers nnd need was not of more to love but to lovo tone Well I beg your pardon gentlemen brtv had I not by some onofiom behind and looking exclaimed Jocelvn raisins him- - 70 or 80 feet deep Chemists wiii putting a restraint on Blanders of fools nnd bigots but fool more God who was lovo itself loved cl kglfcj a study And ropndhofouurrijselfitduding on tho said Julwuides lmi um i uuuu iu ieai or reigneu pas- Â¬ analyzed the water say that ther and bigots had over been tho foes of the meanest of his creatures and what tfpep mmseivea stagppf tho opera house with Marana himself and 6pcaking in mi agitated sion I Inn o not deseived it HaoI a trace of organic matter In Its If you only knew yon would progicts and enlightenment Wo who God loved that surely is not uuworthy not dono o ei j thing for you Havo Inover spoken to herself before him in tlio costume of voice you sitioii and that it is the most f tho broader and piofonnder iews tho affection of tho most richly endowed Marguerite with u bunch of daisies in pardon me But look here sir Mr tako uffoid to disregnid iiesii oi any spring in Amel their clamor of mankind As Jocelyn did not imme- foi gotten what you owo me lifo aro thoy hpr gudlft Ho licard the applause of Bellingham Ill tell you I met Mile can You cannot lmo foigotten that 1 dime tossed into tho Wo said Jocelyn taking tho prima don diately confute this argument tho prima spring catJ Marana in Moscow last summer1 She iusrwhat thoy tho audience liko the roar of tho ea well the truth is shes tho lady who is nas hand in his and stroking it gently donna arose and gently intimated that long sinco told j on I could never marry lying on tlio bottom as plaC and perceivetl that the performance was you bo how lonld jou expect that I could in Ian to insinuate wiS n glass hero with mo now She hadan engage can set them tho examplo of courage it was necessary for her to be alouo in would pay you what I owe with my liio steamer of common Bat they ought to going forward and that he instead of bo ment with offellqv named lngo f o sing and independence which will sooner or order to prepare for tho evenings per- self which makes n ing properly attired was in his every day Ihoy might bo this season in New York fdr four thou- later bo followed It is not merely our formance cursion trips up nnd down I am not mako cold pieynrapf dif-- dress It camo across his mind also that sand dollarva our dnty and niht and sho gave it privilege usbut shrink from it it would bo ityJocelyn ought to havoa known tho futil-a calculations a man tohe getting blooded wecheo is often floated into t tho fignro ho had jnistaken for Maraua said impuluian la- ovi- to of argument with woman about JlfpluBtenheios distrufeed to mis up uecauso n asiceu ner J guess thero baso for If you had any of the spring but cannot be 3 ll tho lady waa him Tho prima donna withdrew her hand subject in which tho emotions are main- sively on his legs more tlian one Marana inthis slay in tho center as tlio for Ho looked at Martruerito her isnt kh perfectly lead as unobtrusively as she could and asked ly invohed Even if ho lud demon heaitjou would- understand Beatrix world Theres only ono ia probably faco was deathly pale Sho said below who could sing anywhere woman alivo her mentor whit objection thero was to strated his proposition and obtained her ho went on suddenly chnniriu- - his tnnn rising water forces It to the ti near her and and attempting to seize herr hands I basin SJjWhp spring and 200 ho and haa her breath You did not boliovo in me thats my own sister whom I mined marriago if peoplo loved each other nssent to it ho would not luvo been a do not ask an irrevocable compact do you know who Her voice died She is de- I do IJond adjoIningUeis Ho replied that if thoy loved each bit nearer his goal A woman and disgraced by George Hero in ris what they away tho lights wero suddenly oxtin by passion will act in diiect oppo- not nopo tnit yon can lovo mo always capitalists StLonis RcpJ BPttquof ids struggles to prevent them other what was tho use of marriage fes that is sho jnislw and in tho silence and darkness tears forced thomselvea into tho yount Sho rejoinrl that for two persons to sition to tho most elementary dictates of You will go on I know and leave tio Sundown Doctor behind But iieyara man Bellingham awoke gentleman s cyes vand ho eat down and love each other was for them to feel that reason and tho same woman will not you egret in oh my dearest ono would Too much disturbed to sleep again One has to go no farther aw tho future that is before i tes aha has thoy must belong to each other foiover swervo a hairs breadth from tho path of hid hiafacojin hia hands And now fo you and which my poor uaaniiigion tno top of tha for ttfodnfehJgrotesquely extravagant think ho cried out reiuariiou a woma starting up again and that marriage was simply their open rectitudo if tho most unanswerable logi- helped j on to enjoy will aid will have centlyt to como upon somotbil though it was had scmcd absolutely you regret and walking to and fro in thooomi to declaration before God nnd man of the cal demonstration do not tally with her thcu having made real to him ho got lip liV pipe und a man who loves you iiucusKjuicu i was curious wl existence of this feeling in their hearts emotional prepossession Tho fatal flaw think nf ter all shes theie and turns sat smoking at his wrindowjyatching Bcouudrel Inlgo should done for me that To make such a declaration was she in Jocelyns syllogism wa3 Jocelyn him- insanely ha ing mado him for u littlo hearel n sundown doctor inenl trranp up an im whilo only tho happiest of human p They spend tho dawn slowly illuminate tho eastern postpr totakq her placet By George a visit self Man may sometimes be last conceived a Ill pulse and it natural and inevitable im- intellect but woman only by led bv the beings Yon may bo loved bv vonnmr during out whatthero was inontW undonbtedijt sky found ho was natural and oxpedient Yot tho heart men Ho took an ealy breakfast and avent bring hisi to iiook if I livo anothor fort- than I and handsomor and richer slciana it seems froauentlv aehV rieouis to ix and by curiosity Tlifrllt that it should bo mado according to cerkhim You for a solitary walk along tho coast nnd jWoU aro mnkiher a flinortiliir nnnimn tain forms the gradual outcome of tra After tho above discussion it becamo but novel incomo of their first months of pra Mr Jocelyn sho interposed with a oy fair Hero foui the eummitof a lofty lieddlnnd tion Mri Edwardes feaid Bellingham dition and custom Therefore she vaguely apparent to Jocelyn that tho service in somo ono of tho great ocean steamer pass west Â¬ manner that indicated a ltd beyond sawn sternl Will you vouch for it3 nccu- - thought marriago was not so much an prima donna was drifting away from hardening of her onco sweetlamentable partments Durincr tho day thev as thoy ward Ujrough tho gray sea Sho was graand injustice of society to tho individual as him Sho parried his attempts at fundi bound for Now York Aa ho watched if you would look at clerks but after 4 oclock nt sundow fcvral a demand mado by tho inuividunl that lar intercourse gently but effectively cious nature Yes I will vouch for it Mr Bellingr diminish and yanisliin tho distance youiself iu tho glass you would under- tuoy become physicians hencotho Ho had society bo tho her Her Point of Viow In II ill only a faint plume OfBmoko remain ham returned the other facing him his covenant witness and a voucher of his own in fact doneHo abervico ngiinbt stand why I appear so unsympathetic Ignation interests had assisted her and my namo ia not Edwardes Ivo York Times ed on tho fur horizon for the first time But Jocelyn hereupon pointed out that to formulato her instinctivo recoil from Even n prima donna who holds herself had enough of this humbug Thorea sinco hi3 journey began ho was conscious Chill lias One Armed Vcs cl a covenant always implied a binding tho viow which ho sought to inculcate at tne Deck and call of overy good look- Â¬ my cuid sir pi wi uiytiijuunging to return to return promise involving penalties if it were It was incumbent upon him therefore to ing fellow who happens to tako a fancy Tho only nrnied vessel Chili Bellingham took tho card Edward Tho nnfiniphed question in his intone takoeomo practical step Tho closoof u ner even i cannot liston to you until that ept nngFag in liis ears it assum- - Randolph he read and paused Ho broken power this again implied distrust the season was at you havo washed your face Perliaps uui buico mo war witn Icru is hand of pure lovo to hold its own in the looked at tho young man curiously Captain Prat n fino second class am momentoBRi importance ho must While ho was racking his brains ns to you had better not uso my washstand May I ask your fathers name ho and that any outside pressure brought to peoplo are so censorious and your sensi- Â¬ clad of 6000 tons displacement w what jtxieant Ho laughed nt his bear upon n passion essentially so froo as what ho should do accident camo oppor- bilities aro ubsurdm but tho longing rcmnin naid a length to delicate but if you will loot long CO 2 3 feet beam and 21 Alexander Randolph Edward re Â¬ loo must tend to proinoto tho very re-Â¬ tunely to his aid As ho was walking go to your own plnco and got yourself in feet draught Tho battery Is fS Atlasci ho returned to tho inn ono evening behind tho Ecenes action and revolt which it professed to about plied i a rounu iieiwiso painting in tho picbentablo condition then yon may 10 1 2 inch breech loading rifles A tall man about fifty five with guard against Sho mado answer that while tho opern was in progress a car- Â¬ come to moiTOw und wo Chi ho used ns a studio ho waaJn his will talk over eight 47 inch rapid fire guns Til tho covenant of marriago was not n penter who waa tinkering a defective your Irt sleeves slippers down attho heel gray inustachoinA imperial proposal as quiotly a3 your passion water lino belt is twelve inches tide joint in tho scenery up somewhere in tho Thats tho man Do yon know him bondago and lutd not that effect nnon will aro on ii3 teot and he wore nn old will ask ray I havo met him You had hotter nv tho parties to it but that to mako ones wings let fall a chisel which struck Gen admit to I bo present nsfather and amidships Tlio estimated speed raw hat to shado his eyes frOin the Inigo witnesses nineteen knots Now York Herald happiness known to others endowed it Jocelyn on tho had inflicting a super- Â¬ uumiauu iook ntter mm said Belling Â¬ mm u oner und get your Mllo Ma- Â¬ with a reality and substance which wero ficial but ahrmin looking wound along young nnd suggestions lor jouijaro so Killed with Military TeohEfcailtlo Uln lwnl rm ntu ham gravely impulsivo that perhaps lLtnrn -elso wanting to it That every person tho right sMo of his forehead rana to go wHh you f una vro- wHo stag might pthci wiso get tho hotter of you I I Captain Jat tlio maneuvers Wli Belliriglinm left f ov Liverpool tho same ono mettacitly or explicitly confirmed gered ami fell and blood streamed down tor puwnB rv oi at near mhuk evening and took passage for Now York it reecnoed it and assured it and that un face A surgeon was BentAiivjind think I hear somo ono coming sho add aro you roosting there A gooso ed laying her hand upon tho door latch Volunteer making his rpor thoy uau cuntteu lor a two days later Edward Randolph nnd the wadded state would consecinontlv meanwhile Jocelyn wn3 ro perhaps it would bo pleasantor for you gooso was durincr a skirmkh folio aille Marnna sailed tho samq day on if its delight and security if it ox- - tho prima donnas drcssinfr o go oni or your own accorU instead of tho ground by a fhrtt was it another steamer nnd they nil arrived at thrust of tlio bayoii or examplo between two persona then tho prima donna null IU DU lUJSlltlll lis himsolf tbfir Destination within ton daya after eert island debarred from over tatiugfiom her seem Jocelyn departed feeling sore outsido wneroapon It was punishod for uiino ward mnicatiug tho fact of their mutual glowing checks and sp u in uut no iancieel no Icnow a way tempted flight before tho enemy bjj 115t on to others thunder of applause stil uiuuv iuu urimu uonna rerrtst ma ins- wgstnppeel oi Its uniform in CHAPTER XI ICStU parlance plucked hero changed his ground tho ears Afterwardi HASTENED TO IlKR Uf over it stood with oxompln Jocelynsi ghastly nsix his meaning and put it wniui pr whether a Jargo pnr compassion md tendcru tlio baptism ot flro and Uni to In to bo bailed with military down pusido Wm wheru uage3 wero no noto mpod hor hnndke ins 13- - Exchange t murmurs c lipa x OVJ 11 I might Juttri luTWri tffrVn HHr taWMI mill v ti - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 1 1 -- Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ - I oei-pow-ere- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v j Â¬ 4kii -- 1u -- --- iy -- z Â¬ -- lie bleo iaed I Governess I3nhertl ray I never in foubo Httjo girl so willful exacting unr UVUUVU UJ JUM UfU jo uin i aess l taitea brlt 1 iniiiMiJiiiii-fLuuwilniaiiWM- - ijsLgjujipjjL jgMi mmm i low Ettlh so sc African dia- - senior claas in c hsit How mUuh in two proparal jrotiur down Aro down upon hin Every boyi in hit round in lis dolect can unaerstand a IttttiQA as at present SIkSM nmttcTihis lack of size had seemed to tho way woundod and fighting des- us theories as to how these Tom For somo years of kid Ufa it was perately and surrounded by Indians lUvo becu formed bat nil ngrco tho most important tiling in the frt actiop Juttributilig them to wlcutilo the sergeant about toWlone f and ho felt My ore all luuiiel slupcd the sides do them only - ho stood that ho earth tho body lifted him bodily from the but flvo feet horso that was Btaggcrlng under a dozen tip funnel bohg composed of a In his boo tat liim fcil imsc igneous rock known in miners It was hopeless to try to bo a hcrol wounds aWbrought required in safety It was foat that iilanco us reef It Is or a soapy His name too was unfortunate Tho amazing a bourage but greatnot only bodily LlUro easily acted Upon by the at- - boys changed it to Poppet to Pipes to Pipkin to Pint It was easy to bo witty strength andprescnco of mind When ishore consequently most danger- Gen Miles raado his report of tho ac mo expense 01 tno ntuo iouow campaign to tno department ho said it fits as large pieces in some instances One day an professor seeing him Sighing hundreds of tons get do shrink at somo old said to him Tom was difilcult tojselcct especial cases for gibe uched Tiioro oro no means of thero is a something within you with commondatlon uuong oillcors and men uioriug it up and without warning which your littlo body has nothing to whero all showed tho most splendid courage but Instance of hs enormous slices wilt slide off into do Show that to tho world Ignore young Clarks tiat this of a certain nid that and disregard your sizo and you will private tho working portion of tho mine soldier ho could notforboar jurying the claims and sometimes teach others to Ignore and disregard it calling to tho attention of tboVlbpart This kindly word was tho pcbblo mont Yet lio w nmnv pooplo knowing lilingtho employes The whole of which turned tho stream of Toms life noUiing of th6anny and caring less he funnel is Illicit with blue into a new channel IIo had thus far round tho reef sloping at various failed from very despair to try to make imagino that such n thing could occur In what they consider times of proagios but on an average of one in something of himself ho now bepan to found peace IIo was a born orateen Tho theory is that in time study vigorously Tho class rMixi nf 1io i nf ivJH mwt ni cm nn tor and his volco was Inc The Stage Ilcroi DooU soon began to bo proud of him and to Tho stage hero always weare patent at depth supposed by somo to be boast sizo KaSQQ for feet by others more and that their approval of him When his small leather boots and they are ulways spotlessly clean Sometimes ho is rich in wo shall arrive at tho aperture flguro appeared upon tho platform on and lives in u room with soven doors to ining tiic bottom of tho funnel commencement day the storm of ap- it and at otlior times bo is starving In aether that hole will expand into a proval which erected him was duo its a garret but Jn cither ovenrho still Mcr cavity is of course matter much to his triumph over this physical wears brand now patent leather boots defect as to tho actual work which hi Ho might ralso at least thrco and six speculation It should be remem- - had done pence on thoso boots and when tho hl that tho diamonds were not At tho bar in tho town in which Tom baby Is crying for food it occurs to U3 lied whero they arc practised as a lawyer ho was known as that it would bo bettor if instead of file hot liquid containing tho dia- Little Webster so accurate was his praying to heaven ho took off Ids boots was forced by some great cata knowledge and so effective his do and pawned them but this does not 1 ismof nature through tho solid quonco civil war began nnd Tom with occur to him no crosses tho Afric n Tho k tli the bulgings in tho sides of the desert in patent leather boots does tho thousands of other sincere men north stago hero Ho takes a supply with les being very soft and shaly show- - and south rushed to tho battlcllold him when ho is on nn un hvhero the rock was not sufllciently His men followed their little captain as inhabited island wrecked arrives from IIo II to resist tho enormous pressure confidently as though ho had been long nnd trying journeys his clothes Ho was badly wound- are ragged and torn but his boots Iv It lias been observed that in Boven feet high ed at Chancollorsvillo and sent to n aro now and shiny ihcrly there must have been ten IIo pttt3 on mihospital whenco luct uphcavcls in Dutoitspan nus a part of twoho was discharged been patent leather boots to tramptlirough limbs IIo bijy ilye in Bultfantoiu three or engaged to a woman whom had liad tho Australian bush to tight in ho Egypt todiseover tho North Pole and in Dc Bee three nnd this loved for years Ho goes boating in patent leather wjcn proved by the varying nature Tell her that slio is free ho said to boots ho plays cricket in them ho iound If one unhcaval only her fatiicr who canio to seo him add goes fishing and shooting in them There never Sometimes ho is a gold digger some en place ttio center ot the ing with a aid smile was much of mo but now I am only times a uock laborer sometimes a juld have contained ono par- tho wreck of a man soldier somotimes a sailor but what find of soil An tho miners go Sho wroto back If thero is enough great alteration is noticed in body left to hold liis soul I will marry ever ho is ho wears patent leather boots Jeromo K Jerome in Stage him Jctorof tho loll Land They wero married and Tom became have actually found pieces of To AM Ills Memory cef end top soil at a depth of a useful citizen in tho community in Herr Lehman had a very short memwhich he lived Ho acquired influence Tlhs shows that in the sue and property and used botli to noble ory and ha novcr dared to leavo the uphcavcls vacuums were purpose When tho great disaster at railway carriage at an intervening stail and tho wholo funnel became Johnstown occurred ho hastened to tion because ho would not havo been Ito of tumult the upper layers the ploco and worked among tho home able to remember tho number of his zcd earth rcturuintr to their less starving people surrounded by car Ono day ho complained of this to business man idenths tojrivc lilacc to tlie thousands of unburiod dead IIo went on intelligent traveling In tho coupe homo worn out by labor and died who sat opposito to him tier whieli by strong bright In sympathy his fellow travele chcejy to tho last the atmosphere Is this true story of him a clow by which ho might You must rcmemlissumcd the a truojHKaln thoso who have some ber ft liopelss ber of tho railway carriagi bodily defect which scefiB Bo frequently in history For instan obstacle in their path YoutbTSQLiH and embankments of Ben wo an travelin L uris Magazine panion bercd 1492 which A Feat in Conjuring discovery of America Do not forgot c Stolon Swoets Overjoyed at this newly acquired re The most remarkablo conjuring irick I ever saw was dono in Calcutta by an minder Lehman left tho car at tho gfircat many amusing incident Spreading a white cloth on next station to refresh himself At the gd to occur in railway traveling Arabian tho tloor lie sat down with his back to ringing ot tho second bell ho hurried iiich railway tunnels are re- tho wall and turning to a member of onto tho platform to look for his car le Ono of Chicagos traveling tho party ho asked for tho loan of a but Ills memory had again failed him lated tho following at the Wel- - rupee which ho requested should be and in Ills fear ho turned to tho first Tho incident hap- - given to ono of tho ladies present This passenger ho saw with this pitiful quesyesfcrday to j said lie on a Colorado road done tho conjurer told tho lady hand tion Toll mo for heavens sakowhcn Exchange it back to tho gontloman from wliom was America discovered luuucls are quite numerous A she had taken took it Tho gentleman him ing matron with her little it and then tho conjurer said to Caro of tlio Kyo If you aro troubled occupied a seat in tho coach Bald an oculist is a rupee ler Are you suro that it with your oyes it will not bo sufficient JTes replied the gentleman bposlto her was her colored Now close your hand upon it said for you to have your oyes carefully ex Md tho traveling bags The tho Arabian and think without speak amined by a specialist and then got sparkling eyes exuberant Now your glasses nnd think that you aro all bag of some country in America End vivacious spirit attracted open your hand and toll mo if tho coin right You may be caroful to wear lition of a haudsomo youiif is not ono of tho country you thought glasses whenover you aro using your occupied a seat just back ot ot Tho gentleman opened his hand eyes but this is not enough You le was u uy nis uuouuuii and found a Mexican dollar IIo said must in order to keep them in good condition and to bo ablo to rely upon Ed ho soon scraped up an ae that ho had been thinking of Mexico He was about to givo tho coin to the them havo them examined as often as ro wuii tno momcr auu awhen tho latter declined it you do your teeth ksscd was essaying to make conjuror No sensible man thinks that when requesting him to givo it to another one Ijkeftblo to her Ilewas a of tho party IIo gave it to me 1 a good dentist has put his teeth in orIIo BSns man and tluittdit he innlcKri at It closely shut my hand der ho hai nothing moro to fear alon ins eiaiiOTt rttiifht thouwit of France ana louna n goes to his dentist oneo every year per liaps oftener And so with Ills oculist It Tho lady dreaming of Km1 turned into a nvo irano pioco fHow do you supposo that was IIo should consult him at regular InHtina nttnnrniill v lilpflKPfl IU g j tervals If his oyes havo not grown 2C I casual acquaintance uy dohe really cant tell was tho reply weaker or if they havo not changed in I as tho train approached an Interview in Now other ways ho is assured of the fact I wish I know Jlly long tuhucl tho gay young York Times and may uso them accordingly If the slightest change in glasses is required guicd over and whispered some- A Road Scarlflcr ho is warned of this and is able to nip For an in- iin tho ladys car Thero Is in uso in London a machine a now evil in tho bud Now lork wua thunderstruck and her io known as tho macadam scarifier Tribune A which possesses great advantage over Fflashod with indignation How Bind a in Mot Her Waterloo font moro and a smilo lighted up hand labor in tho breaking up of roads The late Duko of Wellington got a en oiiu iiiiuiu nun miiiiu It is operated by a small traction hr ieauucH letter onco from a lady saying that she By wlilcli seemed to pleaso him gine and will do from 2000 to 2000 in a day the was soliciting subscriptions for a cermuch Shu chatted with the superficial yards of road entirely under tain church in which sho was much indepth of tho work being about several matters and prcs- - control and varying as desirod from one terested and had taken tho liberty to tho train reached tho tunnel In and ono half inches to three inches It put his namo down for 200 and hoped moments tho train came into also enjoys tho advantage of being nble ho would promptly send her a cheek Uo forthwith light again hut the mother and to bo operated nt night when traffic for that amount sho thought so replied well of not interfere with work of this that ho was glad wllind changed scats The mother does Cortainly ho would respond to him practically impossioe d amazed and the colored nurse character a thinglabor Philadelphia tho call but ho too was interested in with ordinary fyery much disconcerted the young Record a certain church whloh needed sub Jane said thi scriptions nnd counting upon liis cor Jookci dazed Tlrt Temple of Vcita well known liberality Lj Ovid tells us that tho first temple of respondents ther Wliat navojou uecmioingr xcs Vesta at Homo was constructed of had put her name down for 200 anil ftthlilg responded the nurse no money need ho concluded so have said tho mother in atone wattled walls and roofed with thatch pass botween us Exchango of tho inhabit cut uttractcu tho nltcntlou ot an in liko the primitive huts ULai See how your collar is rum- - ants It was littlo other than a oircu F was tended Kext to Tt The lar covered fireplace and tho infant m your bonuet smaslied by tho unmarried girls of Wo had such a scaro last night jM hung her bond fifr a moment Community It scrvod as the public sold as sho got seated When turn urn round to mo nice hearth of Homo and on it glowed un sho This man extinguished throughout tho year the replied iDg man the rain was passing sacred flro which was supposed to havo kd juo while Ligii tho tnnnel Tho young man been brought from Troy and the co tiriuanco of which was thought to h died tho nnkcr during tho rest linked with tho fortunes of tho city re iho very next thing wrney Chicago IJ t oman tncu our uacit It jbt up and eat tip for of experiments by Pro Ltroit Frco Press Smalj uigiil oilUho fnct that the iiu was nhido when Iho ricbuni Confl lent of ICellglor ticking showing that the Small leiI wiJi bqt feeding appliances caso I jjiilncU allowed too oftcif Co lot th Boston Utlo fcU Transcript mentions enpctof lirayery was In th3 performed some years ugc by Lieut smallest boy The Powhatan Clark a Virginian BQi looked troops wero having ft tcrrlblo time with Fiitcral sfenso tho i himself physical ono hoatUes when young Clark saw of his sergeants a lilack man by how mljihty Fitccceded pet Idlan Army osivcor Iteming 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I KB mmmi in tm mtrjur VUKH 1h iv IB m c - 3 Plain nr Hnlnr i f WAV VI v f K IM BHI wmSBSm WBMBSi - TkykLU2i23E2BZZBP3 -- i rv v u vit - Cv j in - i MrUI m g s - s ru ad v mn - Oive nrfeacajl sr n o JORD ci Proprietor of the V SO - LK ian ffHrflr H tUr Xi V i Â¬ bote hm Boot Shoe Bat and M Â¬ Goods Housj i tuguiMgln Iff in i MmurtsLi INCHESTERi-j-EM li 4W - W j Advertising Medi n JN THIS SECTION Â¬ PROTOETORSl Manufacturers ol and dcMera lu the Celebrate MONARCH We claim for this paper though GROWN and lipstnf aM Bran Always 11 only 23 issues old The highest MARKET price paid fol st A larger list of subscribers aeatiT r ll 1 KM in Montgomery county limits- - other paper published within its larger list of bona fide subscribers than any paper pub- Â¬ lished in Mt Sterling 3d That its subscription list is being more rapidly extended than that of any other paper published in the county 2d A than any Groceries f t ANOUNOEIvi IN Â¬ LOOKING AROUND Â¬ CHRISTMAS Just KeepJ VEAi Â¬ BOOKS COriSUlt Â¬ always open to the inspec tion of advertisers YOUR INTERESTS v Hits a largo stock of mi m wmdNA v rKSGl r - ItAISmS DATES CURRANTS t FIGS AH I Wen Goods Ai i5 aiita and use its Columns to make your wants graown Sf3 IpYF FIRK - lAkk iri1lrlitfr tbnlnfmi Imfiir oinoclmlr old oiio XV -j- Worth rial lJ3 Mv Of fc l tf n n li JJB 6MI-- - 3EBL3USTG 0 3 tea ADYOGAM AV1N4 L nil TfZ IBKUABYjSi 1801 nil n m i Mi niiirtinm mim mi i -i- ygiffTifWIi CI 4lfcfl BtMtMTMtfifc W Xi - Medical iV AMMUNITION ii Mitchell Sutton Hedge Pence lSl MM Vdnt Krwtft fluents o Rjos crookedness against he scco Grow ors Associalkm Warc- - tfin whta kd reporter Ibe Carter Journal What ivJdiiw m bacd his u vw- - KtfJ jF A V3tW v Ae Mtise replied tJion these ground and ho handed tli reporter two Amtm of paper One of then wm a joint coutraet purport ing jo be entered into by Julias liark liouo SterHiig Edmunds and M I Barker in Uhs mouth of lait August to get oplioHrf oiijtlio warehouses of til It ll tit mm viRwiHlftll mm lu ftuu n1 q iji gome peigonjoiinerona Th uteiUo signature of the abovo mentioned gen Â¬ tlemen were affixed to the contract which was the original copy The other documHt was letter to Mr 11 Hofiuyi wherelH Mr Barker agreed to get options on the Cincin- Â¬ nati warehouses This was dated In 1 sr SVi for 4CMarlahaw knowaUj me Infants T and Children cores Colic OoratrpaUon adapted to cbOditnUiftl IrtcoijmeciiHtiuporiortoByprBerirUoa II A Abchks H D 1U Bo Oxford Ct Brooklyn N fouf Btoinach DiarrhcuA tructtion Kiila Woma glvid tloup and promotes WltHout Inlurioua incdtcatloa yours I Jor ouTrrid aud shallhftro recommendH always continuo to Ctaloili lUTarlaUly produced boneilcul ankoBflii rosults EnwiK V Fahdxx M D TUa Wlntfcrop WtU Strict w4 7th Ato Kw York City yom1 77 CAorl ltaail 4 Hz wHu um of Cantoris fat so Batorn And wall known Uit It imoi n work uperereraUoB to esdona It Kew Ar tUa tt tntvlliKcnt firaillea wbotlonolitocp CaitorU wlttUKKi reach MTb Cuao JtiBTTif o lto Paste HoealBgda SsfoMBOdCburclj DD vk rif Tea Curriua Coitpakt S Munaxr Stockt Kew Yor ApVil Thats pretty good evidence isnt inquired Mr Erwin You see I know my business Uero is the man who tried to form the syndicate which j caused all the trouble anu who Is yet a member of Uio association formed to destroy that syndicate- - Ho carries water on both shoulders I have other inaUcrj too which will come out in lime But I intend to expose this In my next issue Where did you get these papers asked the reporter Oh I got them replied Mr Er wity foxily This is the original contract you must have Kotton this from Mr Ed- minds or Mr Barker You could tdly have got it from Mr Barker jested the reporter Well said Mr Erwiu I dont W wiiero Ihoy camo from They o brought to me and I saw they j most important papers so I H Death of Mr John W Prewttt A Child Killed Tho opening of tho new warehouse on TucBdsy last was marred by a hor riblo accident While Mr J W Prowitt ouo of the most prominent promoters of tho now warchoticc was leaning against the elevator railing a crash was heard and the horrified onlookers saw Mr Prowitt fall backward down the shaft When ho was reached tho un- Â¬ fortunate gentleman was found to- be in a dangerous condition A physi Â¬ cian was ut once summoned but said that the injured man was beyond med Â¬ ical aid His wife was at onco sum moncd from tho Fifth Avcnuo Hotel where the couple boarded Mr Prewitt fell a distance of four Â¬ teen feet but his position was such wheii he struck the bottom of the elevator shaft that he received fatal injuriesfrom which his recovery was yd tlicni considered hopeless from tho first Did any tobacco men give them to The railing against wlihh ho was leaning was a very low one reaching ell you I dout know how they but liltlo abovo his knee In the o into my hand Thats not the crowd that pushed about him ho lion Its how Im going to use seems to havo lost his balance and that is iiitcrcsumr I would crashing into tho frail railing was r have done ihfc if I hadnt becu thrown into the shaft od I simply stated that the new Mr Prowitt is a resident of Clark house was not under the wing of county but since his participation iu lliance Thats all They have tho movement to establish a Growers lcd me and tho facts will have-- Warchouso in Louisville ho removed no out to that city lie has been living there Ill you bo displaced from the for the past two mouths residing at lency tho Fifth Avenue Hotel you can say that S B Erwin Mr Prewitt was born and raised iu IifeciUkOteStllInnce and this county and was a brother of our jsmain bo until ofjji Jrhmd and neighbor W II rrcwitt i most cinpiiaucaiiy will not ouoiOfMrsTV Davis Bold He was ved the owner of one of tho largest and ent Mr Erwin these original most valuable farms in the neighbor- Â¬ Is a question which will have hood of Winchester Ho leaves a very mout in the investigation The largo fortune and is said to havo been rsoi wieurowers Association the wealthiest man in the now tobacco ware of the fact 30 it is said by warehouse When the movement was al tho Secretary that Mr Bar- - started among the farmers he was one 3 interested in tho English syn- of the most conspicuous workers He deal They will hardly take was a member of the Board of Direc- Â¬ ion in tho matter tors and of the Executive Committee Courier Journal further says His children are D G and Nelson Tobacco Growers Association Prewitt and Mrs Henry Nelson of uso question It has also Lexington The younger son is atten- Â¬ developed ffiat tho initial salo of ding school at tho University of Vir Growers Association was not ginia and ho was summoned home by ar as successful as outward appear telegraph to meet his fathers remains ees scorned to indicate Yesterday in Winchester rcat deal of the sales were re A meeting of tho Board of Directors mand tho fanners seem to be of the Kentucky Tobacco Growers itlstfed to a considerable degree Association was held at tho Fifth Ave- Â¬ iig tothe falluro of the sale tho nue Hotel Tuesday evening and the Bicw Association is on the eve of following preamble and resolutions to Lexington where big in adopted Inoval havo becu offered for tho Whoreae in tho inscratablo provi ot its warehouses denco of God a sad accident has caused NJfljsrsIssatUfled and tho death of our colleague J W lm not conveniently got the Prowitt therefore icy bought last Tuesday Resolved that in his death tho have gotton hold of to- - Kentucky Tobacco Growers Associa Â¬ Ihoy had to go through n tion has lost a valuable and efficient Iborsous process It seems ac- - officer tho farmers an honest and to thorn that the Growers faithful friend the State a patriotic iu the absence of an citizen andjiis family an eflectionato ttiud of cash deposited I the and indulgent hutbartl and father lute receipts issued by tho Resolved thut tho deceased com Â¬ Storage Company at the bined ovcry virtuo going to make up Ldtiunal Bank as collateral to tho perfect gentleman Modest and loncyto pay tho current ex- unassuming in his deportment kind Bsucli as freightage etc Tho and affectionate to hisJamily and Iliad to go to tho bank redeem friends courteous and generous to all Irchouss note and get the ware ho wasbelovcd by all who know him hcclpt A trip had then to be Resolved that wo tender to his wk4o tho new warchouso bo- - family on whom tho blow will lUiel trouble was ended fall with severest force our sincere Bhe nicmbcrs of the Growers As- sympathy Itioit are not disturbed at tho talk Resolved that tho Secretary is in Â¬ Fcli Iras frightened some of their structed to spread these resolutions on m Iner eonsiiriicoR iiiey say inoy the records of this At6octation and better ou Tuesday than they cx- that a copy bo furnished to tho family 1 They are angered at the the deceased and also to tho tent they havo received how- - of Couriej Journal tho Farmers Homo aud say they will more than Journal and tho Clark County Demo more to Lexington crat Ilia remains were taken to Win Â¬ senior proprietor of this paper en subject to frequent colds for chester ou Wednesday and ou Thurs Â¬ rs whichvwere euro to lay day tho funeral services were con fiioO doctored at once JIc ducted by Revs J J Clholm and iat Chamberlains Cough J G Kcndrick It opens the se- is reliable rulieves tho lungs and re- - Children Cry for Pitcher1 toria e system to a healthy condt- - Another child killed by tho uso of opiates given in tho form of Soothing Syrup Why mothers give their chil- Â¬ dren such deadly polsnn is surprising when they can relievo the child of its peculiar troubles by using Dr Ackers Baby Soother It contains no opium or morphine Sold by T G Julian druggist tho qualities of tiicso who forget us Children A Cry ror It is hard to remember good Pitchers Castoria Duty to Yourself It is surprising that people will use a common ordinary pill when they can secure a valuablo English one for the same money Dr Ackers English Pills arc a positivo cure for sick head Â¬ ache atid all liver troubles They are email sweet easily taken and do not gripe T G Julian druggist Willow Qrovo Resolution Willow Grovo Union Mencfeo Co Ky met on last Saturday Jan 24 1891 and was called to order by the President W L Dennis and E Phelps Secretary and the following committee ou resolutions was appointed J M Adams J II Phelps and Shelby Kash and tho following resolutions were reported and adopted Whereas wo havo heard that tho F L U of Montgomery county havo called a meeting to naino a man ttf represent us in tho next Legislature therefore bo it Resolved that wo approve of the said action believing that Montgom- Â¬ ery is entitled to tho next Representa- Â¬ tive and wo pledge to them our sup- Â¬ port J M Adams Committee Joiin II Phelps SiiEMiY Kash Â¬ tljjnd Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Happy Hooalers Win Timmous Postmaster of Ida ville Ind writes Electric Bitters has done more for mo than all other medicines combined for that bad feeling arising from kidney and liver trouble John Leslie farmer and stockman of same place says Find Electric Bitters to bo tho best kidney and liver medicine mado mo feel like a new man J W Gardner hard Â¬ ware merchant samo town says Electric Bitters if just tho thing for a man who is all run down and dont caro whether ho lives or dies I found now strength good appetite and felt An Awkward Predicament just liko I had n new lease on life A party of ladies and gentlemen from Only 50c a bottle at W S Lloyds Birkenhead who had been to Hawarden drugstore castlo in a four wheeled carriage experienced a remarkablo accident one Edgar evening In crossing tho Deo at Queens There were I tulles in her voice that Ferry a inllo below Hawarden Tho sent a thrill of apprehension through ferryboat could not bo brought to tho sido of tho stream it being low water him and tho party leaving tho carriage the What is it ho cried coachman arranged to drivo across reA hair on your coat lapel fusing tho assistance of the ferryman to It cant bo any onos but yours guide him In midstream tho horso Do not think to deceive me My sank into a deep pit and tho carriago hair is browu this Is blonde very followed and began to settlo down in tho sands Tho coachman was In a blondo Edgar was 6llent for several heart Â¬ perilousto position and tho boatman his osslstonco and brought rowed beats and then witli a sigh of rcllof lilm off The horso was also cut away said from the shafts and brought to land Yes my dearest But this is an Tho carriago remained in tho water old coat Whon I lust woro it to seo tho tido rolling over it till it again re-Â¬ ceded when ropes wero attached and you blondo hair was tho fashion it was ovcntually dragged out Bir A Cood Record mingham Post Â¬ handsomo man witli his military carriage and his strong face But his manner was grave and chilling and ho Staying at mado few acquaintances the big hotel was a man who in lib early life had lived in tho west but who shortly after flip wilr liad married a southern widow who owned a Biigar plantation on tho Mississippi river He knew Maj Wells tho Btrangcr and on the ovcnlng when tho mnjor Uiod told tho following story to n group of men who sat on ono of tho hotel verandas When I lretsaw Wells ho was a depu ty United States marshal in Nevada He was so cool and during that ho seemed absolutely IndiiTorent 03 to death lie would calmly wulk into barroom filled with reckless gamblers und desperate outlaws pic out hla man scarcely saying a word und march him out the door without placing his hand on a weapon or holding himself in readiness for an attack Coming down tlie strost ono day I heard rapid tiring and looking up saw Wells standing behind the stump of a treo tho btumps btill stood in the streets whero tho trcw had been felled and three men blazing away at him Wells was as rigid us a stutue his face a llttlo white but unmoved IIo was a sure shot with a revolver and I expected to seo him draw hi six shooter and drop his men hi one two tlireo order but ho did not stir For a moment tho bullets rained around there mid then tho sound of Tho tho shooting suddenly ceased three men had emptied their revolvers At that instant quick as a flash and witli a tiger bound Wells leaped before tho tlireo men and whipping out ills revolver with a swift stroko of his arm covered them Thoy all stood stock still Tho whole thing took less time tlian it does to draw u good long breath Then ho grimly walked tho three of them off and sawthem securely locked up I met him a few hours later as easy and unconcerned as if ho had never heard the crack of a six shooter 1 said to Good heavens Wells why did you let those follows him blazo away at you without returning a shot Tho chances were fifty to ono against you There was a quiet smllo on his lips when he answered that words cannot describe and in ids oyo was tho twinklo of a man who loved a good Joke Thero was just ono ball in tho chamber of my revolver ho said and I thought I might need it later And thero is a man added the speaker after aslfght isc who do-ivcars led tho bullets of desn and who went dow New tho fover rv jt r The Sklu as a Blodluin orblgbt A Russian physician has Invented an Instrument by which persons totally blind are able to perceive light through tho senso of touch Tho Instrument consists of an apparatus which converts Kght rays into a thermo electric current which Is perceived by tho nerves of tho skin covering tho forehead when tho Instrument is placed upon tliis part of tho body Tho sensa tions produced by tho instrument aro thus described by tho inventor Tho preseneo of a light giving or of an illuminated object is manifested in tho porceptlvo field as a sensation of warmth A light object on a dark background is perceived as a peripherally warm sensation with a sensation less center Tho degreo of the sensa tion of warmth increases witli the approach of the illuminating object and vice versa A movoment of tho feeling of warmth toward tho right shows that tho light has moved to tho left and vico versa If tho warm area moves downward tho illuminating object is moving upward and vice versa Good Health Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jtctttirn the Jflle of Depcrauoc In the year of the last yellow fover epidemic In the south one of tho first men to catch tho disease at a sum Â¬ mer rctort on tho Gulf was a tall ratbor heavily built man whoso oyo was dark and keen and who woro a flno gray ihiperlal Ho was a strikingly Why n United States Marohnl Did Not To Your nMiivvrf f i Interest Fari j NOW Our work has given complete satisfaction and we only ask a trial to demonstrate llj COMPLETED IN THIS COUNT -- A-xica eK m Olxeapest Peaice Of rt fo TERMS 100 per rod paid in installments First payment 25 cents ed ment 15 cents Third payment 10 cents balance when work is completed b Orders taken at times for fall or spring setting as may be desired We will be pleased to show our work to parties inttil Call or leave orders at Tim Advocate office Maysvillc Strc2r Mt tea1 r TCillilCKVM5HBBBtBM grejraarajjraf MTnprifTT ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS AND WANTS IN THE 1B 9H A I DVOCATEf lF YOU WISH TO v- 5BwPlsZL r e th e Blacksmithing BLACKSMITHING am prepared to do all kinds - JHHggi KKMMSMmmKJIiUBKBSmm HHjoods OF Blacksmithing General Repairing P9 The Auction Sawffl teV NBrEtcf f y f liwram S1h HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY have reduced my prices to meet Only SI for all around shoeing and 10 per cent oil I I N m Wffl WaK hard times JSIS 101 casii Special Attention Giveu to Steel Work Bring in your wood work I am prepared to do anything in this line in ilrst chiss style All work fully guaranteed Thanking my customers for past favors I solicit a continuation of their patronage J W BARBEE Greatdnce f Sacrifice Shop opposite Uadgerft Cosmill 22 tf Â¬ STOCKHOLDERS MINTING Tho stockholders of tho North Middletown Mt Sterling Turnpike Company will hold their annual meet ing at Sideview 6chool house on Sat- Â¬ urday February 7th 1891 for the purposo of electing officers At the samo timo and placo tho gates on the road will bo let by public renting Tho right to reject any and all bids is reserved S W Gaitskii 23 4t Trcs Â¬ mm Dress Goods Shoes Carpets attrlact crowds of people mimh afternoon at 2 oclock an conlytant stream of cust at he RETAIL COUI whan the auctions are progress 4 SH ILTKvrJK 13V1 Â¬ 5 tfPflBvjvSHArvSi l Â¬ E I havo sold Chamberlalnd Cough Remedy for ten years says druggist E B Logg of Vail la and havo always warranted it and nover had u bottlo returned During tho past 90 days I havo sold twelve dozen and it has given perfect satisfaction in every instance It docs not dry up a cough but loosens and relieves it It will cure a severe cold in less lino than ony other trcatmout 50 cent and 1 bottles for splo by T G Julian Sad Truth salo of 21 acres ad in grass but tlireo acres good houso of three rooms good pond This liind is on tho waters of How Â¬ For privately my farm Sale I oiler for Klectrlo Cuttle KUUng ards Upper Creek in Clark county One of tho beneficial results of tho one half mile from K U Ity and one various experiments which havo been and ouo hulf miles from Fields mado with a vlow to determine- - the Will take in a good pair of mules valuo ot electricity for killing purposes not sold by is tho establishment of tho fact that or a pair of marcs not only can cattlo bo dispatched by Murch 1st will be rented Call on tho electric current without tho least address pain but that tho meat of tho animal Quo or ColkmaV is actually huproved by tho passago of 23 5t Fields Ky tho current and will keep longer than by any other method New York Journal A Â¬ J instances funHffcNE Fj uVffi4 reduction is ma miulmkmtlZS rmmmmmmm lar prices m The low prices on Indian trade goods of every descri i If or attracted the attentii buyers all overtime Hislk Indian Many lines of staple be closed out at n RAMSEY rtVlJ- oriiuiL uu i goods on alriinesoL N T V TT JT Y V a in - prj WWHYifiJiaJiSJJi i ffftely Ulcd as soon as soon A has bqen contracted and tie wiiipii ih me la Life Worth Living Not ji if you go through thePwf end of 1675 thero wero only 2000 de Never jmVfo a man by appearances positors with 3000 lodgedj Thenco- il at bhxjQKl coat niav contain an od- - fnrth InTi niiihMilMiMi 3 tho do-Lv In 1882 to Â¬ 11 At first tho savings bank attracted 204t so llttlo attention in Japan that at tho AUCTIONEER Wlnchooter Ky THAN AUCTIO rtrwli tmiiiinnm J1 H v i V the attack uywqitlc Ur Ackers Dyl day what jtniiieiH aro positive ctire ifo worst forms of Dyspepsia Iiidfl Id d Offers hU cervices to the jroile of Montgom Â¬ ery nrul adjoining couuttce ltoit ot rcferencea given on application Charge rcABOimUc Will lx In Mt StcilhiK ou Court days In N ly c tks rmmmey uU7ouiHIatUnj jfHlf amuvu ami mmu uy i m dull 04f 1 J FOR SALE OR RENT 1 iwjfrnid and 10 acres ns Itun Mont r glht ulrlr1 - i 3 TTTK MJ SJPJS rtm Mmni ggMjMjdgM r MM tuMMMXJJzW rrvStxM IVTE Proprietors AT VEii 8 1SQ1 The Biff F 2 Remember she went thraiiglj the great Bos- ton Chicago and Vuguia Cjty tires and patpoverj 800000 losses and still statidk ready with millions toJ give yon the best and most liberal forriiof Policy in the market IH ftiSSaiOT lllll T J 1 ggnaMUwaNINMHaHM wr j v s Cunningham i a vi rr v INSURANCE OFFKK n i LOAN AQT MASONIC Ml eninj fsy -- TEIB wyijmm a han flHHB I m minKBBBBk improve it and then oiiriafge JnjHH kie latoin w4 ulftiiiiApanieHky rihe house X itiburnsiHHHi a 1 riinidlv NationaryMybjidipgocrtrQftCMM JJflHHBHftMV Sterling AWa rent vovr honu MffliwM y iiBHamB T u 2 U 1ft uLf - MA l u 14- - KJHBHKWU ssajBHHHMmnra yWHU -- MMMWPWWMMMIIWWWWWWWMWWWWWMMMIWMMMttMMMPIni ywillHi - g IthSIDKNT Cleveland hi r Jew Yoik cTti VICK - VIlKSIDENT J G CARLISLE Of ACcntucly fIN STEPS DOWN ional Results Reachd By Farmers Alliance In stigating Committee f Inow Warehouse Approved result lias been honsatloual d by tho Executive Committee farmers ana uiuorers union Irwin investigation I he To- Associatlon mis tri- S B Erwin is no longer lot the State Union neither br of Tho Kentucky Statu official organ of ho Alli- tendcred liU resignation lono and sold the other yes- romarkablo turn in he tho fact that after next Isuc the official organ Will bo 11 by the Fanners Homo JoinRe latter prner will give tne a department and E K Lf Reaver Dam has been an icauy ihe becomes tho tho Farmers and Tho lion T T Mon ex Beprcscntatl vo of Car tas bequ promotedti from I inc t fmiency 10 it x resiliency Mora aim Laborers union he Tobacco Growers Asso- cr its winy Mr Erwin is lorida to morrow for his Altogether it is a big change surprise a goou many ine tho Executive committee W It Browder Chairman of llmstead Ixgan county II C Brown icretaryjpf CJiuton Jiickmau county pd T J Doolan Treasurer of Finch- lie Shelby county One of the first ay learned after being placed Sti tho Executive Committee was that rthcy were to man out ho editorial Fipolicy of tho Kentucky State Union They naturally presumed that Presi dent Erwin would consult Mem be- Â¬ fore ho took a position on any matter When tho edition of importance I come out several weoks ago which so istartlingly and emphatically denounced the Tobacco U rowers Association as Ri association to further private intcr- aud benco sliould bo left severely me the Executive Committee Ayas fnazed Tho noxt week whenjSIr jyiii brought charges of qookcd- part ol several HMfiKTs B v and Laborers Union of Kentucky beg leave to report the following statement as tlic result of their investigation of the unfortunate controversy On ho part of President Erwin in reference to tho now tobacco warehouse known as tho Kentucky Tobacco Growers Asso- Â¬ ciation First We desire to say that wo bcllevo that President Erwin has not been influenced in his action by any corrupt motive Second Wo would say that in tho light of fact before us his election as President of our order was not secured by any unfair means Third Wo would state thai the removal of President Erwins paper from Bowling Green to Louisville was made in compliance with tho direction of the Exccutivo Committee Fourth Wo believe that ho or ganization is indebted to President Erwin for mauy sacrifices made in our behalf which havo seriously wo tear impaired his health permanently This fact coupled with his devotion to the interests of tho order has induced him to tender voluntarily to ho Excc utivo Committee ins resignation as President of tho Farmers and Laborers Union ot Kentucky Fifth Wo arc satisfied that Presi dent Erwin has honestly but as Wo believe wrongfujfcvand unadvisedly condciimpd tlio new warehouse organ ization Upon dilligcnt investigation wc feel constrained to say that wo find no crookedness or dishonest dealing in tho management and direction of said warehouse and wc do confidently recommend the same to tho support and patronage of our people Wo re- Â¬ gard tho success of this enterprise as conductive to the welfare and advance- Â¬ ment of the interests of our order and that of farmers generally This ware- Â¬ house is not under tho control of the State Alliance but so long as its af Â¬ fairs arc managed in an honest and upright business manner wc feel tlmt u to the inlcieet of our order to encourage and support it Tho Kontucky State Union of which President Erwin was editor has been sold and transferred to Bro E K Shults upon terms mutually agreeable to President Erwin and to us Under the management of Bro Shults who is an experienced editor wc feel that the organ of our order is in good bauds aud that its usefulness will continue to increase and that it will merit and should have the active and substantial support of every man iu tho order 111 the State Tift resignation of G B Erwin as and President of the Farmers Laborer Union of Kentucky having been tendered and accepted Vicc- Â¬ drawn up by the Executive Commtto LouisrUlc Ky Jam 301891 The Executive CommlUeo of ho Farmers Oardui r ilcased A mooting ot the usmnrc is both moralljr IfiTintellcctually well Committee wis called in this cityTast equipped for the position and wo Saturday Mr Erwin was not in the commend him to the full confidence of city and tho committee adjourned un- - the order Monday they met til thojncxfc week All of which is respectfully sub- Â¬ but Mr Erwin could not bo found mitted Wednesday tho committee finally suc W B Bnownnn ceeded in getting him beforo them at II C Bitowv a meeting at tho Filth Avcnuo Hotel T J Doolan Tho cilitor boldly charged M I Executive Committee two documents and waxed eloquent committee concluded that Mr Erwin pver the iproof thoy gave The lislcn- - had come by his opinion of crooked- Â¬ influ- Â¬ lii comimutce miiuiy snenceu mm ness honestly and was not and said tfcioy had known of tho docti- - enced In the face of the resolutions xncnts alllkaloiig- - lltere was sonic from various comities condemning id then the meeting ad- - Erwin the committee could scarcely S dent ot 11P Uv1 Barker with corruption lie produced After a thorough examination tho last Thursday That the committee began to was asked lor other violent statomcnis He Iny He referred boldly lio had to tiis largo lol- Doolan remarked that tie up his principal fol- Kescnt When Mr Erwin Jluul superseded other pco- lity aud his paper could no the official organ of the mi lie was violent in ms lit the committee was firm lil tn what ho would havo to Jirealcned the resolute com mand said that as President Jutagonizo them and their Chairman aid ho would Bed and removed from that yiongs he had already com- I arrangements and agrec- rins resignation aud fevevor were not mailo Milght m Erwin did not pro- El fl oVlock IIo made lionTliat it the committee his paper ho would rc- Isidenc That was just kmlttcc wanted for whilo Journal of Jaij Jl Mrol over the paper it Judgo VJkuAPcm a F L U inonths before ho could Inn the Presidency ht flfwas cTectcd to succeed Jno Illpii it wa alls in the U S Senate by the ppomtcd K K tusas JjCglslaturo on Wednesday jeen sent toisnuiBBBWiiiu ho Judgo reffer though identified with m Mv UiWlil tho Republican party all IiIh life is became he not bound to that party for his elec- Â¬ nn signed the tion and whilst a long way from be Gontlc- Jid irnim ing a Democrat it is to be hoped ho RlOJI J jjUIMg r two UlglltR will bo something less of a blind par Â¬ sec you in tisan than is tho red mouthed shriokcr ft7 then went ho succeeds sr iseai oi mo il IIo pro- Lexington claims to have been offer Â¬ Kentucky ed tho tobacco growers warehouse function But at ho no Journal now located at Louisville favorably most hey do not scorn 0 bo very it the valuablo property Cincinnati Post Uer Tho Post evidently sympathizes with The consolidation busted fli a enterprise will lo a valuablo established iu a community ord its prelectors fuir higton Transciipt p at fho Filth Av- - have acted otherwise than to displace Erwin The action of the coinmittoe vindicates the Growers Company from any charges that havo been made against it and places he new ware- Â¬ house in a position to receive the pa- Â¬ tronage of Alliance fanners The paid up subscribers of tho Kentucky State Union will receivfe the Fanners Home Journal in its slejid It is said tho report of the Evocative Commit- Â¬ tee will have considerable influence on tho Mauufaclurers1 Association which depends largely ujoii the farm Â¬ ers for patronage f The Hon T T GarducV the now President is widely kunwii among farmers Ho is forty yJars of age and is a man of family fie will do much it is said to solidify his party hi tho State E K Shult tlfe now editor is a young mail liaised 011 a faim and attending tho neighboring loschool hpiiRC only when it was fpo rainy to work ho has by cnorgy riien to n high place among tho farmers of tho State Last year he edited an Alliance paper at Beaver Dam Ohio coufity Lately ho has occupied the position of As Courier- 8i8tantaut State Lecturer 111 au interview two years in tho t gxe- The Sprlnghurst L5 Ky has lost by float h Train pi 1 Tho Secretory of Uio Treasury Hon By au act passed at last session of ilia llio bay inaro Duchess- 226JNpfi CREACOMBINATION SALEV Wjn Windom died vovj suddenly on tho Legislature all persons who slaiid I r IT rmr Mambrluo Russell clam Ducllees May Of StHI6nariMarifGolUfriCeJaks -Thursday night in tho banquet liall of cithern stud jack or bull are required by Ilambletoiilan 10 Sh was in and Jennftta rebuary sth ana Â¬ DemonicosNew YorCil of cere- to take out a license before thoy com- Â¬ foal to Allandorf ann1 was valued at UU nth iqoi u y tJ tlio annual bral hemorrhage It was WEDNESDAY FEBRBIRY 18 91 times the 5000 mence the season Three banquet of the New York Board of amount charged for a season is llio lino rosierI will sell to tho highest bidder oh McsersBmh Cockwjll Pctaluma Cal boastB of a pacur tho premises Trade and Transportation and Mr for failing to comply with this act withoutre crve tho havo dtrectcilariiiingiimuti t malty Ifijfaecrin 18S0 that can naw go ail aVni Windom was tho first Ui peak IIo farm of tho hito John Ocoue a grand salo on the ab6v jdn Gordon Stiles have bought aoanfi eighth at a 2 20 gaif luid a yearling home had just completed his spcCfh having 220 acres of land more or will haVotfto eaWfO foreign briYtrs tnjace3ktB bidiisjrJliatjcjui6how a quarto iu contahttug responded o tlio toast Our Country V slxivihotreand pouu3 of leA- - situated JU Montgomery and viHH Lwdngton Quring shiest Entries 100 uninnersoiu ti bSlecomls and JU cents iiaoii tfuiiiirwiiMiiii Prosperity Dependent upon Us Inslru CI ark counties about six nriJpR cnn ir Joo KI1H two crops of tobacco 1885 tdrhig o take advantaf 6f laid dil6 nicnts of Commerce and had barely Jack 2121 though not io bo cam Â¬ from Mt Sterling 5 mijea horJliwol five 17 itr taken hfs scat when tho summons and 18904 aggregating about paigned iu 1891 may bo prepared for fromrNorih HidiBctown and 10 miles must eiter pVlor to that date j came sharp moan of anguish a thousand pounds at 9 cents all round a flight against his mark A north east from Wlnchl8tei3Jlyingvfli Bou G Prcwitt shipped Satur purpling orriho faco a momentary Â¬ Rudgcr Crawfordof Sfanlon Vki rccfly on tho Grassy Lick and Don stiffening of the limbs a twitching of day ab6ut 17000 pounds of tobacco to This farm adjoins bought of John A Thompson thq aldson turnpike the eyelids and all was ovor He f Louisville It was consigned the new ho lamtt or Goii FIcUherGetfD black 5ear olfl saddle stallion Eagle dead fell like a pall over tho assem- Â¬ Growers lioilso Fourteen car loads of Harvey Graven Henry Dolnigan tobacco were shipped from this placo Denmark for 1009 They also bought o bled guests We append a short sketch RodgersandJfrs WS Richartf and Sutherland of Winchester to LouUvilto Filday Several cars of Flynn 117 ucrer of flraticlagu Blue sraes of his public career clipped vfroin the saddle stallion by is known as oner of tho most piofluc tand rituatcd oil ihj watpjs were consigned to the new Growers the bay Courier Journal of Pium tive farms Ui that vicinity It is fine Â¬ Stock sales after tho Diamond Dudley for 700 These William Windom was born in Bel- Â¬ Warehouse ly watered having 5 never failing tick fhreb milesfioM NbHh Mfddrc mont county Ohio May 10 1827 He manner of tho3o at Lexington aro to horses will bo shipped to their jslud springp and a large pond in tho horse town and nine miles frorittgffilinlf received an academic education and be Inaugurated at Glasgow near which ranch near Stanton Va is l5t Tho orehaid contains 5vei 100 for sale About thrce fourtlii studied law at Mount Vernon Ohio arc Rdino flue stock farms containing John M Rose of this place on Sat Â¬ joittig fruit trees in full boarhfg is well watered aud imbcreiUMt haai and was admitted to tho bar in 1850 many Win Â¬ urday railed a pair of mules wagon valuable blooded horses In 1852 ho became Prosecuting At Â¬ Therd was a bountiful supply Of fruit on i a good comfortahldtlwollhfg and torney for Knox county but in 1855 ho chester Democrat and harness to S 1C Ford tho drum Â¬ the past season when the crop was goof tenant house1 and 2 tobacco removed to Minnesota aud soon after Â¬ T L Holton of Mason county miss- mer for a fine bay saddle horso and a failure everywhere else In the Slate barns thatwill hold from 3 to 10 nCres ward he was chosen to Congress from 68 acrci of good Bluegixss land 2 225 boot I Hazel Green Herald Tho dwelling aud outbuilding are that State as a Republican serving ed one of his calves during Christmas miles from North Mlddletown and slack on from 1859 to 18G9 In that body ho week and found it in a straw There will bo some 1000 horses sold commodious and comfortable and all served two terms as Chairman of the tho 17th iu fliio condition save that it at public sala in Kentucky during tho newly covered There is also a good ntiles A om Mt StorllUgOh tho Irla Committee on Indian Atfaira and also needed a little water pike A No 1 stock barh good Nbl Carlislo Mer- Â¬ month of February and ho indica- Â¬ tenant house on the place was at the hcafl of tho Special Com- Â¬ Coniforfablo dwelling cury is all in grass except 45 outbuildings The faim tions aro they will sell higher than mittee to visit the Western tribes in 18G5 and of that on tho conduct of ilia acres which is in wheat There are two good oiehards woll Watered Rogers of Ln Inst year Tiiq call for catalogues has Messrs TIarriman Commissioner of Indian Affairs in ray Stock Farm Princeton Mo ship been greater than over before 50 acres ojtho land which have never fencing good etc 18G7 Both farms In good neighborhood Iu 1870 he was appointed to the been in cultivation and would bo the yesterday following the United States Senate to fill tho unex- Â¬ ped Tlio English Racing Caloudar for and close to churches and schoo pired term of Daniel S Norton de- Â¬ fashionable bred trotting stallions and 1890 reports the number of races run best tobacco land in tho State Tins housed T i salo is positive and to any one wish Â¬ ceased anil ho was subsequently chos- Â¬ brood mares which thoy purchased in in England and Ireland at 1594 riu bun on rcusouauic iCims Ai en to the term that ended in 1877 Woodford and Fayctto counlicsduring against LG23 in 1889 Of these 7G7 ing a profitable and comfortable homo dinss civ niinKor He was re elected for the one that Â¬ in a first class ueighboihood conve From Bow were fivo furlongs closed in 1883 and resigned iu 1881 to the past week as follows and under six 23S nient to schools alid churches this Bros Lexington Royal Wind Â¬ were six furlongs and under one outer tho cabinet of President Garfield criiun 21 tf mile salo affords an qpportunity rarely to Winchesfor K as Secretary of the Treasury but re Â¬ sor c s fivo years old by Windsor iri ft 359 ouo mile 183 ovor one mllo and 011 be met the accession of President G25 1st dam by Jay Gould 2 20 ho tired under two miles 38 two miles and Arthur in the Fame year and was elec- Â¬ by Rysdyks Hambletonian Terms easy and made known on This under thrco miles 7 three miles ted by the Minnesota Legislature to and day of sale Sale to commence P U SAL serve tho remainder of his term in tho handsome and well bred BtanioETwfir tinuor lour miles l lour nines Tifi nr promptly at 11 oclock armi- - For Senate Iu that body Mr Windom bo placed at the head of their htud wore 20 lower races at live furlongs further information call on on address acted as Chairman of tho Committee bay colt two yea old by Royal 3T OGK GROT ETC ig m six furlongs and Wm Greene Winchester Ky on Appropriations Foreign Affairs IT 1UU3U1 161 IUUII XJU1IU UJ 1UJIV under ouo mile 2 less at two miles and and Transportation IIo was appoin- Â¬ TH0S M GREENE ted Secretary of the Treasury by Pres- Â¬ Medium bay mare six years old by under three 1 each less than three and I ant going back MHfctfuessco Allio Gaines 1st dam by Parsons A Ramshv Ape ident Harrison and has sinco served in J wilL on four miles than iu 1889 The report t that capacity Abdullah in foal to Sentinel Wilkes shows 4041 marcs repoi cd in 1890 For Salo TUESDAY FEBRUKY 3 189J IIo left Washington for New York bay mare Hve years old by Jubilee v against 3802 in 18S9 Of tho 4011 ontho J O Euiliry Aim 2 n on the morning of his death to attetid Lambert 1st dam Queen by Bayard reported 8G9 were barren 173 slipped A very desirable farm of 85 acres northoast of Mt Sterling Kyon the banquet iu apparently the best of 53 in foal to Hambletonian Prince foals not bred tho previous jear 241 5 miles from Mt Sterling on tho Uwingsvillo pike at 10 oclock a health and in twenty four hours his 819 From John O Rogers Bro covered by half bred horses 170 died Kidvillo pike good dwclliugr good ofler at public sale to tho highest friends were returning with his lifeless Bayjnarc 470 by Abdalbnna2 i25 before foaling 174 sent abroad boforc tobacco bain and all other needed out dcr the following property to wi body by Woodford MamJjflu 2 2R in foal buildings Also a splendid orchard foaling llurty ono head of two jcaJ to WJMmfUmt William L bav of young fruit Address The Forco Bill has awarex ah catlln 1 joko of good work xaltll y Macoys Ham- that Gfioitafi May head of Lood TGamuii HeerK lito that endless sleep that kuowi bletoniaSHHPWudge Salisbury have secured fame early in life it is in tf Mt Sterling Ky ofgbtid etccr palves 11 head aking Even Senaftr JJVv it is by Nutwood bay mare four years old order to say that James Long Ss Son of yearling mules 1 good woik said has received nows from homo by Belalrson of Belmont 1st dam Kit of Georgetown Ky own tho queen of 4 extra milch cow6 1 Jersey which makes him feel some disincli- by Rasselas in foal to Floramour 11- - her race iu tho bay marc will be fresh in a few days j 3 nation about passing his pet measure 423 bay nnfre three years old by El Susie King by Maihbiino King out of - or brood marcs iu fqal I family inn at present It is understood among avator sou of Hambletonian it 1st Maggie by Indian Chief second dam - saio lor jnuy to urive STOCK CROP ETC the members of tho Senate that this dam by Harrodsburg Boy in foal to Mollie by Uoolcn In last years rec Â¬ l oomuni horso J buggy horse safe for lafll measure is not again to bo called up Nimoki by Red Wilkes From WL ord gho appears as ho dam of Klftg 1 yearling colt ly Dillard DuJ during tho present session Graddy Bay mare five years old by loska 2t17 aud Mary Lou 219 and Haying determined to go Wcs I 2 weaning colts by WJodfordJfi to Young both of which fchowqd faster dials will on The National Farmers Alliance in Mambrino 221 in foal nlo 28 head of cattle shoats 11 session the past week at Omaha Neb Jesse by Young Jim j bay mare four whilo Lina out of her also showed a Wednesday February 4 I89J7 and 8 pigs 20 stacks ofgoodTii it will bo remembered has made a call years old by Bclair son of Relmont mile in public in 225 aud Lady Long on the farm on which I reside 2 mites hay 200 shocksof cornin fleh for a National Convention to bo held dam by Forest Mambrino in foal to showed a milo as better Feb 22 1892 for tho purpose of plac- Â¬ Gettysburg From Mr3 F E C than 2 30 Susie Kings four perform- Â¬ cast of Sharpsburg Bath county Ky to oU barrols of corn In crib ing a national ticket in tho field This L jnowIjuxjuaM sell to tho highest bidder the following horse wagons organization must not bc confounded Stewart Black Jllly ycailing by Gen ers were got by Petoskcy and her propoity o anu ltaiuiaii narrow irpckaAyai wir by Harrodsburg Boy 2d nanio can bc placed besido that of with tho F L U Tho strength of Wilkes dam Two horses 3 good work mules 5 Harness aim J buggy J break qail the former organization lies mainly in dam by Mambrino Chief From Lis Â¬ Gusslo Wilkes and Mamie as being the Shorthorn cows 2 with calve 1 drj andtwoiiay ralccs 2 Oliver ChillCl the Northwest of the latter in the ter Withcrspoon Bay stallipn two only three marcs that had two repre Â¬ South and Southwest Jt is the F Shorthorn heifers plows and lot of dOuhlo and singh years old by Shawmut dam by Red sentatives in 2 30 list at the clcso of cow two L U that is strong in Kentuckv 5 yearling heifers 1 Jersey milch cow shovel plows 1 good liar frame- Io Wilkes From W II Railey Bay their ninth year 1 Jersey heifer fresh in a short time of wairon harness and rma 1 rL k filly two years old by Young Fuller Tho Indiana Legislature passed a New York Jan 28 The sale of tho one Jersoy heifer 2 yearling straw and 50 shocks of fodder X eJeT Hamblcto-nian- resolution declining to tako action on ton 2 20 dam by Macoys Palo Alto trotting stock which began Jersey heifers ono Jersey 1 scalding box and 2 largo kettles Courier Journal appropriation to the Worlds Fair till Wednesday was continued Thursday bull all the Jerseys- - as well as tho cldtr mill aud lot of jpoTJ vincgitr ho manager of Among the horses sold were F D Spotswood the Force Bill shall bo disposed of A Caroline Shorthorn cattlo are eligible to regis farm ben bacon and lard ov4ho 1 similar resolution was introduced in the Democrat Printing Co at Har- Â¬ a chestnut marc by Piedmont out of try fivo steers 5 yearling and household and kitchen furtjitliS the Now York Assembly Tho situa- Â¬ rodsburg is a practical horseman of Isabellc to F A Baker of Detroit steers 3 sows about 20 shoats 2 Terms inniln tnnn nn dav fiCpil tion is rapidly resolving itself into a extensive experience The catalogues one of Electioncers daughters out of wagons 1 dump cart 1 bob sled 2 Lunch at 12 oclock choice bctweeu Force and Fair for horsemen priuted under his di- Â¬ Ivy a brown filly for 1800 a bay harrows 2 wheat di ills 2 mGjycr 1 br PgUgw ttlkqt reserved by M rection aic tlio most substantially eolt by Woolscy out of Juniata for Louisville Times as good as new 1 hay frame 1 bed for Auoi af samq timo and pl J correct in tho matters of typography L l Ci 1250 Luclla by Electioneer out of hauling ODacco hogsheads 1 St John piiiuiuiauiji oiiuil iiuru cam A law has recently gone into effect in pedigrees records etc whilo their Lillio B for 3700 bay jllly Ijy plow 2 chilled plows fceveral 6ingle sold 0 close tho partnership New York that provides for shoit and handsome appearance are not excelled Electioneer out of Jfecea was sold for and doublo shovel plow gearing ec i8ting between Enibry Sm simple forms for real estato deeds and Work quickly done without annoy- Â¬ 7200 Mauille a chestnut filly by 1 good rockaway and 2 buggy tongue Joe 31 mortgages It is still lawful to use ance or friction aud at reasonable pri- Â¬ Whips out of Mecca for 2G0O bay 1 road cart about 100 or more barrels tewaux Anctr Jack the old forme but tho Register aud ces Writo them for estimates and colt by Norval out of Mohawk Mecca of picked corn mostly white a good hoiie for 1300 bay County Clerk of New York City aud samples of catalogues fancy colt by Electioneer lot of oats iu barn about 250 sliocks 25 3t put of Thomas Mlnnio C for 3000 of fodder 4 licksand 2 or 3 stacks of Brooklyn are authorized to charge a cards etc BL fee of 5 additional for recording nn Mercer county is very much worked bay colt 1889 Electioneer Miss tho best hay to bo found 2 large ricks old stvlo deed up over tho lavages of dogs among Bcccher by Piedmont Henry LctzcP of Btraw about G000 pounds of to- Â¬ 0 E- 1500 Maid 1888 Nephew bacco n lot of lumber aud about 200 Lshccp Within ho past 10 days as Jr i 4Jn 5 1075 flat rnilp 4 llQatiug stoves extension It appears hat there is an excellent shown by a list with names of losers Madeline by Electioneer STOCK CROP ETCi reason why tho United States is not 0110 hundred and forty four head of Monto 1887 Woolscy Mayflower by table refrigerator sewing machine represented at the Jamaican Exposi- Â¬ fine sheop valued at 1330 havo been Mohawk 2000 bay colt 1SS9 Elec- Estoy organ and all other household tion It has not been Invited The killed by dogs Many others not on tioneer- May Day to W A Claiko aud kitchen furniture Having rented riiy farhltft Qral mattorwas left to Great Britain by the list havo suffered and other losses Butto City 3200 Fancy 1889 Nor- Â¬ At sarno time and placo I will offer Mecca by Mohawk Chief W A for salon tract of 22 acres of good Lick I will sclljonthe premises o tj the colonial authorities and Great resulting from the killing of the owes val Britain conveniently neglected to ask at this timo run ho total loss up to Clarke Butto City 1500 bay colt land with no house on it adjoining highest bidder on TUESDAY FEERUARY10 tt09 Electioneer May Day by Wild Idl homo farm on reasouablo forms our government to participate an cuorniou8 figure Park Whcolliig W Schublbach Terms made known on day of sale the following property Kitty Clyde tho dam of J Q 2 17 Va 1900 Leyton 1883 Electioneer Salo to begin ut 9 oclock a m Ono largo work hoio safe to driril Prcsidont Erwins advico o tho Miss Peyton by Glengarry J C nice hnvnes maro by Uftieorn nit S Behiit 21 3t farmers not to patronize tho Growers died yesterday on tho farm of R II J fancy I P 1070 Tlio total sales Vip bred to lack ono Warehouse until it proved a success Ilutuheraft ncarAuUe Ky She was Wnrr saddle marc by ChatnpEergusbii sounds mighty Uko tho mothers nd by Skinners Joe and1 was thirty four proximate 50000 with an average of 1000 per head 1st by il Courier about by Bcotlaifd 2d vico to her boy not to go near the years old FARM FOR SALE T BiJ damgood brood nitliT dam Ore 1 hy water until ho had learned to swim M Foscr rented his 200 aero Journal J iUi wood and in foal to WithorepOOiiJ Carlisle Mercury fnrin on Grassy Lick to W R Green l buggy horse one 18inontlw ohl il Now hat the rdflftBjjl lias becn for 1115 relegated to tho shades of- forgcfuU fr SsSSjSJ sa3Aitil the 1st of Marpli j good saddle mare hy lcd Bill The Navy Departments exhibit at prohably gathoi j Win Whito and Thomas Fcslcr of nc8S tho Gazette willexpress miles BOtttli of good wOikmaic eafo for 7a to bo a full sized bx ho Worlds Fair is sufficient to itself 011 Uiojr crops of couiMsro fancy oav modern battle ship built on piles on Judy this county sold this infamous attempt to wreck the sii oierun and known as tho liar drive ouo to Thomas Owtidy Mr South socially- and financially This vcy Trim farm containing 95 acres by Manly rino Forrest tsfsliun b tho Jackson Park lake shore It will tobacco 9 feints and Mr Fesler at 10 Republican journal with its Demo fcl S001 iC6Weiico and all Bill S extra work mulc 2f hm have a complcto armament and crow White at cents to he Uellvcred in winter order cratic editor ha3 been thus ifar afraid ncccssK outbuildings well fenced came cows anu qaiyoi wwwii11 and daily exhibition battlo drills will 0 show its hand a good veil and novjr fallipg stock amVlambs 1 Oliainpion Mower bo given James IIo 171111 Olin Of ihlifTllinot vuv V4UIE7 ly new iwh 2 hOrso ivngigj bio and Geo v f1 Tl liHiyiTl is principally sot m Wheat dUihiftol Prosidqntjirwin was really as tobacco If about 40 acres in wheat solicittNis abouTtho welfare of his laro lot farming n wishing to purchase will pair- mombors ifsho would have m bclloVi PoTiru nf tZA tce as I am determined to WJ ho should hayiHttiscil arypf sj um vo a better bargain than npto qiifl miinySfif h nal before so rr wnghf not c iuthotaio 7A h ate 4 uf n Doath of Secretary 3 y j II t rregiSaJiBWMiBr Farm11 - ylndom LAND- STtDCK AND CROP mimm 1mvvwV WlIRMfi for saue s or rent rF-riB ftAlBH- vm IHH HER - Sriii H HH B B IUH 9B ir-Jiit- Â¬ LaiidipT Saje s I oit Â¬ Â¬ i- y BLIO ld cunluLflKM Â¬ SpeHig-of-y-euhg-br-ood-mar- es ld PUBLICSALE 11 two-year-o- ld - 5 t 11 Irthing 1 1 u IO K lj k i - Kptc1 W - - I 4 - jf Vi k t riiv uHnt vJfj ZW fill - -- i V if- - ri k4L W7r ftBSR mmm m r WPBibF si of - IPT J r j - - v- T TT J THI nin- BB mM ii for M i i r ii - j - ii ii VJ-W- - I J 1 II It I 1 l - CU 4 ty sJ We have been studying1 wool and dye stuff and workmanship as applied to clothing It has taught us how to buy We always get4he worth 4f okr nioney so wd can always give you the worth of yours Many an honest dealer4 has to charge you more than we do because he pays too much himself Ignorance is less provoking than dishonesty but it costs you just as much Need we point the Ktmoral When you come to us you jget the benefit of I v t - it i IF iii J f rJSP vwaiwmiaw-ixs-WMa 2 k- iirn IF- BWPJ aftTSBM ffiMaSBBTI -- Our stock of Mens Suits are the best we have had ill years We can any size or shape as we always keep in stock Leans Stouts and Regu- fit lars Jfnces ranging irom o to 550 JNew style long irocKs ana aouoie breasted sacks a leading feature with us this season RINGOLDS Coarse Fine Boots are the best made strictly waterproof the leather always remaining pliable They will outwear two pair ordinary boots If you want to keep your feet dry this winter try a pair We do not handle Ladies or Childrens shoes but we have as good line of Mens Shoes as can be found anywhere and at lower prices than regular Shoe Houses ask tor the same quality Â¬ To appreciate our 10 OVERCOATS you must see them examinA them They should not he confounded with the ordinary lot of coatsnooamg tms mariiet usually sola ior tne same price hut will compare favorably with coats you have been paying 15 and 18 for Boys and Childrens reliable Suits and Overcoats in great variety at prices to suit the times We carry the most complete stock of John B Stetsons Hats in State All sizes and shades in the best quality can always be foundthis on our shelves Persons wearing Dr Jarvas Hygienic Underwear can find our store We are their agents for Mt Sterling and sell them them in at Erpw X - UIA fi 1UOCJ ifl L IMZT rx r D JLJ 9 STiEZEJLiinSTGh Churches and Societies Â¬ v - V- L V 1 Â¬ Â¬ 33nsTTTJCKtr TBHft TBI nntfgiinWTIifniiiiliMfwHTimi wnunnn 3XINGTON FOUNDRY CO ntentqa improvements prov- tion has been orgauized at Leavening Groat Successes and worth Rev Buchanan of Louisville Drawing Largo Orders preached day morningand night A Young Mens Christian Associa- at tho Baptist church Sun Â¬ Elder George Dnrsio has been The work of tho Lexington Fun- kdry Co is gaining prestige all over chosen pastor for the Frankfort the country and innny or its patents Christian church fortho 17th year have proved souccessful in actual Rev J W Harding of Winehesf or Rise as trtegMBe tho company all hns been chosen pastor of tho Chris tian church at Horse Cavoforanoth letter was recolved Saturday or yoar from one of theuargest jobbing Dr M D Eubank of Chicago will juses in BallimoAo Avunting tho preach at thelJaptist church Sunday FoUpdry Company Uo jnako 8000 morning All aro cordially invited atoves with a privilege of 15000 to attend which ihould bo built with Secreta- Â¬ Rov J N Prestrldgo baptised for- ry J M Kellys patent steel oven ty ono converts ono- re and giving the firm the exclusive i contly as tho result of aftornoon his Williams richfc of making sales in Maryland meeting Virginia North and South Carolina burg Elder J C Frank late pastor of Tho demand for stoves mado by tho Loxtngton Foundry Company undor the Christian church at Lancaster theJrpatont3 extends already from uud who died last week loft an es- Â¬ Now England to New Orleans and tate estimated at 18000 Rov Joo Hopper the famous ovan as far Wost as Bait Lako City Tho success oft this company shows golist is assisting tho pastor fn a hat can be accomplished by manu protracted meeting at Salem church facturing enterprises in this city un- Â¬ near Pino Grove Winchester Dem- Â¬ der compotont management Lead- Â¬ ocrat I - Croup is a terror to young mothers To post thorn concerning tho- - first symptoms and trentmont is tho ob- Â¬ ject of tliis item The first indication of croup is hoarseness In a child who Is subject to croup it may bo ta- Â¬ ken as a sure sign of tho approach of an attnck Following this hoarseness is a peculiar rougli cough If Cham Â¬ berlains Cough Romedy is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or oven after tho rougli cough has ap Â¬ peared it will provont tho attack It has novor been known to fail 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by R C Lloyd 4S lm City Drug Store Near Manchester Wednesday Joo Eversole shot and killed J ohi Hord Tho two men were first cousins and married sistrs Ilord accused Ev ersolo of being tointimafo with his Fiords wife Ilord was a man of some wealth and Eyorsolo is tho undo of tin prosenCounty Judge and rolatod to tho I Have a now stock of Evjrsolesof tho ThT FrencHiEvcrolo feud men were drinking Mrs Alice of two er Capt Puncli After a Good Bucklen s Arnica Salve Tho bestsalvo in tho world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcors Salt Rheum Fovor Sores Totter Chapped Hnnds Chilblains Corns and nil skin Erup- Â¬ tions and positively cures Piles or no pay roquirod It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or mon Â¬ ey refunded Price 26 cents per box 25 ly For sale by W S Lloyd Thing Patrick Tunch of Mt Sterling Deputy United States Marshal is in the city He brought with him twd boys convicted in tho Unitod itateSOMirt at Covington of pass fng coul Jwrfoit money and had them placed in tho Koform School in tho ii District of Columbia This after- Craftsmen Tako Notice uoqh Deputy Marshal lumen in Annual mooting of tho Mt Starling company wnu ioproseamuve xusue Lodge No 23 F and A M will oc uoallod on Commissioner Miller and car Wedn slay Decombi r 27 1803 at Rommibor thnt the Sextinel MlHl an application for tho position 7 p m sharp Election of oillcors DEMOclVTofllcITnslieeu moved fo Collector of Internal Iiov- - and other important business DopjUy tho Fiz8r bltfck West Side of Broad- Â¬ Uj anincn is wen inuorsou Wm VanAntweiu Sooy way Jditorial rooms up stairs E G OVREAit W M tf socondfloor Call and seo us lenoe For Salo or Rent Wo aro making a special run on Wearing Apparoi at A good dwolling houso and llvo Glbves hoso and mittens You can acres of land ono milo from town hut atryourown price Cost Also a house and 85 acres for ront Mns K O OIA1UCE losers deturminod to changp two miles from town Also a house TheMillener Dios8 offers at actual cost 32 ncros far rent 4 miles from of ready mado cloth- - and irth Slijlloh juro tho great cough and town Mlts Julia EvAns rs snoes nnts nnu gonts Pock Mt Sterling 474 crouiv jui pf i for salo by us Levo pike fg goods This stock 13 now otsiBG contains twenty five doses assorted and tho consum only 2c Qhidron lovo it For salo Turk jys For Sale es community may pick T 6 Julian 8 Puro Mamflouth Brona0 Turkeys by hlns AVIU soil in bulk fcamlno noxt door to Ex- - for salo Reed says ho is at the same old Us J S Wva pt Jp fltancl and soiling cheaper than any Jank Mt Sterling Ky body Call and aee him l50 4t I 40-v- -J When you want stamps go to tho Post Office Grocory And then for table supplies you can got tho best for tho least money Fruits of all kinds fresh evaporated canned and est dried Fancy and domestic grocer- Â¬ Holiday Excursion ies and everything in that line Goods all nico aud frosh Give mo Ohio Ry an Tho Chesapeake a call W S Hochaday nounces excursion rates to all points 49 8t Sn its lino as well as to points ronch ed by its Cincinnati connections If you want tomako a Christmas Apply to ticket agonts for dates of nrosont to vour best trirl or a frieno salo limits and other information go to Mrs K O Clurkos and got olio oi inoso ueauiiiui hiik iiuuukui For Rent chiefs They aro tho ilnest quality Four acres of now ground 40 3t and soil cheaper in tbbneco Apply ut this ofilce 50 2t Spend your money where it will buy your do tho most good and Laundry clothing boots and shoes at Sharp Patronize the Homo Laundry Trlmblo fc Dentons Tlioy are giv to be turn ing special bargains In ovorcoats for Theyany out tho best work 50 2t haS whore 50 2t men and boys The best lino of school suits nnd We want ovory man woman and shoes for boys is found at Sharp child whlto and black rich aid 50 2t poor to soo nnd prico our display of Trimble Dentons holiday goods Wo can and will soil Handsome Souvonlr Cupsiand Sau you with the tariff olf cers Plates Salads otc lit MitcW W Reed Â¬ Â¬ Kirg has sued tho town Lawroncebug for 25000 damages for the deatlwf her husband D T King who yps burned to death in tho jail at that place last January It is clahned that King offered to pay hin fine instead of being locked up nndwns refused Tho result of the suit is awaited with much inter 3 5 DR Y G O o -- They make a npocialty of fine Dress Goods Trimminjjri Vlvrta of Ladies Childrens and Mens Underwear stock complete Fall and Winter Goods in all linos aro now Ladies and Childrens Cloaks on hand now ones tIN Try tho homo supply before going elsewhere for your I Wo have been to tKe Mx U isa i market this season purchased tli ut best for cashland can sell you as cheap as tti Special inducements to cash buyers riium n lu i I Hi nni fl il viiwiiAw I J h wcviaff Ar vwtvABgi jm fHEmKER IhEBtDMAN J asiu hells ol 2t tEtHBnooiq 7CUC TtfsMdias Hfcithan1 IGJGYA1KR1 TAV Clay paIrforonodaySaturdorut Ohonaults Ladies Rubbers at 15 cents ler ireoii fyrWw7ijEiiis HJUtorFMAH H Boys suits and ov t oats i grades and at bottom Icesuthimrr 50 2t Trlmblo Dentonsl MWtikmm fmsm Want iAwrii I Wanted Ducks and Rooste 3ra s-k-- 4saaav v Odds and ends GJroen Clay Clu Go to Mitchell oan be suited half price at Live Herjis f nit ffor lamps 51 w 2t I villi pay tht m AlfejftUl rfri bit iBj 5- and For- - If BROWN allj yen frn out take m BITTERS ircnt Vfllce feel weaK prko Cash A1J ftathefts oi B tt 8imii m A nico t til Ci i c0 h Ji mmmtmrnemmmmmmmmm CIKT SI AM JLi GRANDEST OECEM -- J It COUNTY wst mil What we advertise you can rely on We do not advertise goods that are not in stocf They are all ther stacks of them AfEff in this sale We strive to please and from the large flpl off or ts to please have been more than successful f EVER HELD IN- - jj satisfied that our Ynrl tita Anintr vera MONTGOMERY -- AT THE- - Jl J FAMOUS - r- VS ry rt FITS WAY BELOW ZERO at all liAJpLli I HING STOR GOOD Inn We wish to make this our BANNER MONTH of the year and to accomplish this we Will havo to soil stacks of goods n our trado for the month of Novomberwas more than gratifying But the prices we will place- on all goods for our DECEMBER BANNER SALE will move goods in doublo quick time We havo marked down pniceu ohallNg09clfi in our i mammoth store room This sale will bo a remembrance in the business annals of Mt Sterling As wo havo said bofore profits will not be considered and anyone that is in need of We will not consider profits in this months sale Avr 11 K J Willi Bill Oiraats Dolls FUR I ibums sil r Slate dirts Mis 8n Winter Dress Goods Shirtings Table Liijen NaTpkiis Hosiery Gloves Hats Caps Boots Shoes Gents Furnishing Goods Toys Mufflers Handkerchiefs for Ladies and Gents Etc Come early and got pick and choice of these desirable goods oefore the stock is broken as goods can Can no at Space prevents us from giving all the details of this mammoth sale Dxess Goods in Hop Sacking Silk Warp Henrietta Cashmeres Plaids berges lrecots Uroadcifth Worsteds Black and Second Mourning Dress Goods etc in all the new weaves direct from the mills at prices never before heard of To look v A as one can not resist tnese nam umetpnees uur buyers llust have thought wo sell Ladies Knit lall Vests by the case We received 100 dozen and wo place them in our December Bale at th iairehaseii mn 11 v v At s nrnciQ n nn n nnnnnFMiira 411 i ni mm ttit jyHium oiuu mnr nil nf1 Ain rr vo nuuny fmnnihn wj i Hitiuui juioui wiomiiwaiiuo rin vuioour ju una 8 ui uvaj mi uyiurH iir xieojEii borset wortn tno wornl iia earners tt iii r pmTiiii vuiTOnuvn IP Uc 1 p Alhambra Ilaia Shirting wortn lUc in this sale 13 yanN for 12o m this sale at TnoiAAA Cotton extra heavy former price 8jc in this sale 14 yards for 1 Yard-widBrown Cotton worth of Indigo Blue Mourning Shirting and Fancy Prints ntlfic worth and 7c Wo are loaded up to the bars with 10000 yards f in thiH mile at 5c afford to miss this Grand Decombur Sale alit means money in the purchasers pocket those uiVheard of prices we nro making bellow Wo Ifiiote you a few iteiijs of the many bargains not last long art 111 I I vvuUUUui I t 11 1 4 1 1 n e- 5 LANKETS AND COMFORTS iM J- K W 1 Bod Comtorts Decembor salo price 5 cents ill pull the bottom out of prices Buy now 175 Comforts December salo price 1 Bost 2 Comforts at 115 Good Blankets worth f o Blankets at 3 Blankets at r2 Our buyer slnpied us 2000 pirs of Shoes bought from a manufacturer hard up for money at 50 cents- on the dollar All these eJ in this ffranflDSr jr sale price 75c sale Ladies Fine Kid Button Shoes Flexible worth 250 a pair December sale pric 125 These como in Common Sonso Too and Heel Opera Patent Tip etc buy now all sizes Ladies GoMXatf - JF jfrorth up 100 in this sale atJUc Childrens Gram Shoos at w MV bond Grain Shoes worth 12o in tins sale at 85c worth 1 Misses Shoes at 90c worth 5175 - 500 pairs Infants Shoes worth 50c in this sale at 22c per pair Mens Shoes from 85c up I r Mens Good Boots OVER COAT Und boys this ton We reii n for a boy at 125 worth 3 Mens Good Suits worth 6 in this sale at 3 10 lut 8 ing to the lateness of the season wo place the entile line for Ladies Misses and Children at less than thtf cost to muk nn made Ladies Cloaks light bhndes 2 I Cloftks at uli 1h Cloaks atft t Ladies 15 Into style Cape Worth Collar at 7 Misses Good Long Cloaks with and without capo at 150 worth 6 Childrens Cloaks Ml om iml i 3TOYS Etc for the holidays marked down tor this grand December sale 300 pairs Boys Cassiniere Pants at 22c the Casshnere alone costs 50c per yard 0 of a life time Mn ith i Waists at lSc i Cassimore Pant worth 150 in this sale at 85c Wo offer you tho best English Imported Corduroy Pants warranted not to rip these pants cost you onrlio in this salo at 2 per pair wo can it any man largo orbinall i00 pairs Son iceablo Jeans Pants in this sale at 75c worth 125 2000 pairs Natural Grey jpein thoeiliil u 2 pan 15c 1000 Gents Teck ScarNat 25cworth75 all patterns Mens Canton Flanne Drawers at 25oworth 40 Good Working Glovos for Men ut40c cheap at 75 giedllosein tli u this grand sale urn can buy a line Overcoat font mail ut 380 worth 7 Jim I K v -- i i tohat seldom comes so avail yourselves of the opportunity to buy goods at less thai pnati prices We are prepared to wait on all Extra salespeople employe mmd December Sale at tlie M 1 H vr jififf wn V XJil WTJ fv r j g Crf- 4 Ji i ini yj ty n A roansky i x in i TOR x0 i LEVY n ffi Tr f i rrassj W The inorchsmtwho sits down and 01 county vs Kentucky waits for trade to comohi way Is Lumber OoNnt to 19 reported going to get bft ftfory tlhio In tbKe Appeal duys when ibnurHo ninny luipt lSim Film DeciinbMiLot the ppoplo Ouu rt of Common Pious llng for btisinw from Powell Opinion of tlui court by Judge Iryni know soimWhliig about tbo goods you Imve and something about your prl rovewlntf thin notion by n county iifriiliirt ces Advertising the price of nn r Ill an aartlirneofoi tin1 bfiiffli of credb tlol drawn many a customer Tho It I IH HLIH1 irfW for tbo ob Â¬ holiday trndo Is now on tors to reoovHi diiiniiK struction tuul uppropilatiou by tbe assignor ti corporation of u public Thobubltof saying sweet things Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps Gents Furnishing Goods In tho county and also for tin- Is of tin greatest assistance to a FSer road thu petition al woman who Is dependent upon a teuoVory of tm rot Mr C J WooTnnmnr -nf WffiV Uy TfXitM unrml tin1 Hf of leging tho continued uso and po- - husband father or bfg brother for vCherry session of tlio routl by the assignee living Even tyrants mny bo hijIA inn of Ajors riitiircir 1icloni - v m of nv rwire liil rrronrtho durG nrthu loIgnniont tliF clilHl by n HUIii jmUcIoTis and deli flpwunllriMiil iviMirpliyxlliiiMiiix well iimlcr cuulv Mtoi il tn t court erred In requiring tbo plain cately bestowed praise o clilMN iitt I m irtlM l Ihofmiiiil It vvp tiff to elect wbetlior It would proceed litiln iiml iirlv vi In Hi Ilhra It Iiml iii ini lty tho cloilng of tho Homestead Kiillriietlitt lt n oiMiiHJ for tbo trospnas committed by the liKllllCCIIUHIMKsUjlilllMII iniMllwii asshcudr or for that committed by Stel Works four tbousnnd men IKi ii rrniiii U wmr n it m Vill the assignee There was but onu will lie thrown out of work lie f noflicrrv lNtii Ii - onoMV1 Ti Awrt r tm li iir ri K m r Icuuso of notion unci the claim for Want of ordor Is tbe cause of the ttrt lillil llilif W iiii rtno Injury done alter tlio assignment shutdown but Hllkoly that work the lV tuliHYlt Klviiillxiln il Iif itlf i TTWTTTiliMiHIWJTHMill Win ill WtWWif IM II t MiliT aiid III n sVorJ v xrs Wolf a for that done before Is krlll bo resumed after January tlwiilnir iiiltlv ami hrritliil r hl r loonly an Unsecured debt that will Tl p clillcl N nllVe Mi lrt icllil ti sny tl it Ayera t A dlsputoh from Richmond Vn slniro morply Its proportion of tbo T oncourago our customers from not buying their winter goods lulsivuil lmV of the insolvent with Its other states that tho legislative invostlga changed tlio prices of our goods 35 per cent less than any house h t o Assets State wSoffor tlou fovoaled the fact that Senator jreuuurs at then- cheapest priced It will pay you to call on us and price our gooch We o line of Overcoats can get at your own price Ikrcminln i Second Tho road In controversy Danlol came from Washington and of g worked for Martin and also tho fact We have a big lofof sample goods haying stuco tho original trespass - we will sell at cents on w uiiii lj nu as wo buy our goods forcash and we sell for cash only iv Would be me aoJlaj been included within tbo corporate that Lee was tho candidate of the Trcparod by Dr J C AycrX Co Lowell Muo glad to ha ve you give us a Administration nt Washington trial You will got more goods from us for 5 than elsewhere for 10 limits of n town and become one of Prompttonctsuroocuro Its streets the country has no cause completed Capt Danlol of action to tbe extent ot the injury last Tuesday his Bassott sixty second year 3ono since the road was thus placed of continuous servloo in the employ- Â¬ under tbe control of tho town ment of tho United Sttes Sennte P W H Avoritt O A Lylo for ap Â¬ which ho outered as a page appoint- Â¬ pellant Arthur Gary Humphrey ed upon Daniel Wohstors recom- Â¬ Wo are solo agents for supe- Â¬ Davie for appellee j mendation rior Anthracite Coal fresh Ownership of loto Plea of Pen Â¬ Jos Sam Franks Manr from the mines a much bet- Â¬ dancy of Another Action N egll tor quality than 1ms ever Â¬ gonce in ltestoring Record of Mort boon sold in this markot It gage Destroyed by Firo Tollo Main street 3 Doors East of Maysville street will give you satisfaction mt Sterling Ky Not to Hollon Co vs Alley etc sure and cost you no more reported Filed December 0 1893 be than you have been paying Appoal from Rowan Circuit Court for cheap Anthracite Call Opinion of tho court by Judge Haz and see us and try some elrlgg aillrming First Tho pondency of another suit between tho same parties was a liSbyBi i j i in if MwIPj F yifi jii1B T D CASSIDY CO bar to the recovery ulthough the pa Â¬ pers of the suit pleaded in abate TbOFOn CA3S IT WILL NOT CUBE M T CASSIOY AND I CASSIDY ment hnd been burned The lost U Is nn osreoablo laxative for the Bnwols ran bo mado Into a Tea for uso In one raiuutc Dealers in all kinds of Coal MardLshould have been suDDlied as rriro ixi aoo lind VI i0 pur pncloige provided by tho statute An JiCKunt ioilbt ro Dirt lilack Band Coal Cannel for tnoTcctU anil nrcath 25c Second Mero possession of a noto Coal Belmont Coal and is not evidence of ownorsbip against Foit Saikbv T G Julian the famous Davys Hun a verified plea denying the owner- Â¬ No man can be said to be thoroughly in possession Coal always on hand of hie ship Established 1860 which wo are selling low senses who doos not provide protection against atmospheric Third In this action to enforco a down for cash mortgage the record of which had Has paid to the poo n a in the form of good fall overcoat This is tho sea been burned live years before the TP pie of Montgomery son vlieuyouBSfy moHiikoly to take cold and a pro- Â¬ notion was instituted the court littlo care i V ROItrRTSON perly rofused to grant the relief us Tho Mutual Life Insurance Co WTTYLKR Miilmutrs county more than all w prevent a Jong illness Wonderful how cheap htof against one who purchased without OF KENTUCKY tho other agencies in notice of tho mortgage just before iy w cm fit you out with a proper suit oV Dvorcoatl Incorporated the nation was instituted The v o tho town put togeth- Â¬ ru iiii hi pj unildrens Hiiito r f w p u i ae HJl plaintiff having been negligent in Homo Ofllce Louisville Ky tvj failing to restore the record in tbe er Give them a call S1ZS m to piece suits lfi0 to 8 Hats of all khS 13 lv way provided by statute tho mort- Â¬ gage must bo treated as an unrecord- Â¬ Tho oldest regular life irisuranco company organized under tho Planing Mill Company ed one laws of the State of Kentucky W J Hendrlck R Reed Rogers Incurpo rated BY TAKING STOCK IN TUB It D Lacey for appellant Wood Miniirtctururt ami llualurii m all Kinds of Day T J Edolen for appellee anil Loan Directors Citizen Hon Chas D Jacob Pros RonilianSDresseuLiiiiiler Congressman J U McCroary and Geo W Morris Vice Pres ssociallon of Knoxvillo nearToshig their wifo Win W Morris Socy Wlilte 1Iiih and Poplar Shingles SUCCESSORS TO I N PHIPPS 4 Door of U Size David Meriwether Treas 1IVCS III 3g4lngton Saturday night 8tth Glazed and Unglazed liest Assfiation represented ut T living to a friends bouse tVlndow and Door Frames Mouldings and lirackets ofnll Kinds Mt Sterling Ky when tho horses became Veranda of IJvery Dubcription BUSINKSS IV 1892 frightened and run away finally col- Â¬ 1ullciPA 1201 Planing Mill Co R A Chiles and Brown Comellson Agts liding with a ramp post domolish- - InsurancelKsum KWOOOOU written Income 60047317 MT STrRLINO KY y ing me carriage utnu Killing one 01 Mlitured KndoumentK IRX83J ar25000 to loan on City Property claimn 10065100 the horses MriipdMrs McCreary Dent ItUlvldundii oeGt- lald and for lulluiu pur- yfrgii ltt escaped injury but bud a very nur clmced 0941067 AytfiKkiitfant Mye Powell - Court f Apkls I Decision KJrpclltorti Elif Walk Up ttiir ss MIMMtMllilWtlWWW11WWBMM1IfWMfOTMiMMiiiii HfflBriiyMBwiffwiffSlll 11 IL - 1 Saved - it Life v v 111 tv- lkBlAM V mmtiMSHfm 11 TRUNKS AND VALISES mm 1 11 1 11 I Boston Sloe and III I - Clothing House v 1 - 11 - p- - AVERS Cherry Pectora It - 1f BOSTON SHOE CLOTHING HOUSE MarcoMy Propr I Hoffmans Â¬ A 1 Clothed a i N aTO f- and in his Right Mind Ensure in I 1 i- - Make Money Htt HAZ o6ry Star Mt Sterling Ky row escape ourt Diij The crowd in town Monday was notus large as usual but business was brisk among the merchants About 600 cattle of vory good qual- Â¬ ity oh the marketr Good feeders Troughtfrom2y to0 conts com mon to 2 cents A number of mules on the market but little de Â¬ mand for them L G Murphy of Maytowu bold 27 cnttlo at an average of 3 conts J N Swetnam of Ilazol Greou sold 1 yoko oxon at 8j conts Col ZT Young sold 02 head of export cattle averaging 1675 pounds at 4 conts Total Paid 1nlloy HoMltm In 189J Totul Death Cllilmi and Indounienli paid by tlio Company 31173603 215176082 ESTA13LISHED1850 NEW All claims paid promptly upon re- Â¬ ceipt and approval of proof of death or maturity of Endowment The changing year Is but one of a thousand reminders that life Is short vory short but verv valuable Slvr Excliaoge Bank Incorporated X LAPLFS J L v p 15 Mt Sterling Ky Meat Market Ko 18 East Main Streot is the place to get tho ra am otter pn imred to seel more Loods for tliintver before low petc stnsl 0aj GOOD Ispocially call m m BE MEMBER THE -4 1 g Capital Ssook 100000 J Pktiuis President JohnG Winn Cashier Receives deposits Discounts bills Loans money on liberal terms Exchange bought and sold Your patronage solicited I f C ut tat fresh meat 8 Iw HA o 9 6 ELEGANT SUITS OFCTOTJ you ir ii M r mvV 1 in tho Mt Storling market iiu uiitJiii f YTTYWrrins f or Igjgffrijff iwnv FINE LINE OF oi wowonii Iawnbrokpr OVEBCOAQ X am soiling at prices that w ill muke vc w MVAigERMLaagawaiegJsag yinfrLnniTV BHHSBSSBSSES Has found that her littlo ones aro improved more by tho pleasant lax- - Sowingr Macbinos ajyo Syrup of Figs when in need of thoiaxatlve eiroetof u gentle reme- Â¬ Wo soil nfllrw direct nl lliA dy than by any other and that it is uliern u lmo no frntn trnvnluiL invii ntiumu the more uccoptable to thorn Children bnU accoufli tiuv sniill prices to Tliereforu Dol iiurclmsiT uan from Ten AVo Kike onjoy it and it benellts them The liirrf on every llrnt clnm mnulilne Iifcni Npoetolty In hpHlrlnirniidriiuullilluir nil KmOi ol true remedy Syrup of Figs Is manu Â¬ UU IIK iMUUIIIIILt for price ot vpm thing factured by tho California Fig Syrup to Wrltous lii Miicliliiei buiiin pertnlnluj t tlio Sew Co only i Tho Modern Mother IS KINO at Drink AND EAT Good Groceries Do Ton Howe IX i if aiiiiiiii UUiiiil 111 II l it J x a Tnlnuinn I vt bod rock prices I lmvo rAi nun wiuiu oiose x oni Gents Furni goodstuhon Iknfl ALL KINDS OF Bootir Shoj OS JKif J EJialdor of Jackson who Rfasreoeutly senlonced in tho Lex ington Circuit Court to a term of two Sears in the ponitontiary for tho at- hniivted assassination of John Hurst Avltlulrawn his motion for a now nd will go to prison Ire J W Perry ono of ers filed suit to secure 0 Kiitt Mum Street JIt Stkiiiino Ky PLASTERING G UlWTOViwTOin Cfkeeseeco y And Choiifr Fresh Meat Buy Tiiuji Of Grocer and Wholesale Liquor I ri Dealer aj v Si El ttl J low Tib jj Mt Sterling J i No 24 South Maysvill1 - trTTUf i22IEE3EE5ffi3BEwa3E3H3afc Ki mJgl cse XS at once Itnlders his foo against Raider - uudhis broth- - i Dlnwhldlo MoKee enso urbon county has been com- hod MrsAAAnorloa MoNama- - - will i test A STROTHER BRYAN PHOTOGRAPHEP 1 Second to NonolL Contracting Plasterer MTt STERLING KY Solo agent for Acme Cement Plaster and Utile Fork Band Estimates furnished Satisfac- - ft Strlci kat w mf rnn ri Fkalkks iv ith Zsi 15 Idaughter will retain 300 norcs fd now In thpir possession nud fothur roe lioin picture Frames Bust isj st olass work and 80HHiHHHfeXbo p uou uuarauteed ui Clutput In tin City West prices INGTON mm JV mi ti J P v 4 j 4 1 T incnt of thlsdrug is harOJy questiona Â¬ ble Dr Warner consulting phreiMan Â¬ to thu FrencBjupspltiU tfcy York city writes to lhoTedicnl igtupai y Dur- Â¬ ing a Bomowhat estenslvo employment of this rciucdyln phthisis for tho past four years botlfin hospital una in ri- vaio practice I huvo watched vith great encouragemciit tho steady gaiii in the results obtained but it has been only during vtho latter half of the thno that tho positive value of creosote as an agent for combating most powerfully tho effects of thisdiseaso haa been made apparent Formerly my custom was to administer tho drug in small doscs er ceptionallj giving moro than sis or eight During tho lost cotjpls minims daily of yean however thodoscs havo been largely incipabedwitlr orrctpondingIy Some specialists ex Â¬ better lesults plain tho favorable action of crcosotoin Â¬ lessening tho bronchial secretion and improving the appetite Other observers howetr boliove in a distinctively curative value of tho remedy Dr Warner writtaTJiogoneral condition of tho patipnt as a rule rapidly In somo cases tho appetite improves is better tho coucli at first becomes less during tho daUhne while Vemaiuiug quite as before dniingthn nigbt After a tune liowocr it nso lessens at night 111 If tho sputum hn3 been tinged with Â¬ blood this condition disappears contrary to what might bo expected as cre Â¬ osote is Baid to congest thJ bronchial mucous membrane and wliile at first tho sputum is not much lessened it at all its character is changed from be ing thick and j ellow muco purulent in fact it becomes thinner fiothy and contains less solid matter In no enso where previously attacks of hemoptysis spitting ol blood had oc nrred have they talcen placo nfter tho cieosoto treatment has been established Tho night sweats grow less and in many cases entirely disappeai and after nwhilo there is a total absenco of tho daily fever The weight of the paClark County Items tient always increases nt first then it is From tho Messenger apt to remain stationary and in excep- Â¬ FromWinchcster Sunl I James Turner of Mt Sterling is tional cases may lessr arid then a grad ftflsltlng relatives here this week A young son of W B Hager got his ual increaso takes plSe Tho first in- Â¬ leg broke last Saturday while play- Â¬ crease in weight is uo doubt due to the Everybody has the grippe improvement in appetito and tho great- Â¬ Thomas E Lykins school will be ing foot ball er ability of the patient to properly as Geo T Prewitt has decided to similatotho food consumed out the 20th Large amouitsof creosoto may bo re- Â¬ The second term of the West Lib Â¬ rent out his farm and move to Lex- Â¬ tained without discomfort ono ot Dr erty Academy will begin on Mon- Â¬ ington to reside Mrs Lizzio Btubblefleld one of the Warners patients reaching a daily day January 2 1891 oldest and most highly respected amcuntof 215 minims A valnablo aid Hiram Groor of Grassy was in to Uo internal adimniBtiitiou of creo died u town Saturday and qualiliod as a citizens of Winchester found by tho coincident use of itotrSay sotis on Main street j Magistratesucceeding Esquire Will- Â¬ home nrciscptic inhulations of creosote My ff jVcastom is to uso creosoto combined ci iams who has moved to another dis- - morning triot Undo Hi informs us that he MrJKK Flp and Miss Annie H User with terebeno or ether in a 50 per klias a notion to havo people prefix Emerson werelunnrrlodNat G oclock cout solution 10 or 15 minims diopped iUro to take tho placo of Uncle Urhursday ovoMlngat the residence on tbo sponge of n Robinsons inhaler nnd eeiy - of Rev J J Gilbert the officiating hour emplojed some secoud or third is fnmlliarlv knoivn and In inbtances where Henry purchased last week a clergyman markoiacncfit has been derived from rnijieiuKzol from John A Suit was filed In tje Cllirk Circuit tho omiSoymcnt of this measuro tho Le also sold his storo of Court yesterday by tho Citiens respirator has been worn almost con- u merchandise to W M Ken- - National Bank against tho Ciurk amxiiij tried two vltabtllioilj v illU UUtLUli Ho also bought fiom Mr Kendall County Fair and Trotting Associa ward of a hospitaltho elfect in a laigeÂ¬ of allowing an anon uo tion on a claim of JJaQ0zg ii M rrater larm tiseptic mixturovto simmer gently over Kg river containing about 800 Maj Matt damtwaa Im tho city a low fire during tho night This mix imd the faun opposite West this week i mouto feomj Washington turo generally consisted oflj ot euca- Â¬ By containing OS acres and to his homo at Barboursvllle Ho lyptus carbolic acid aiiflb irpentine land lot on Water street still has btiong 1103 being ap- Â¬ A dram each of the first mb and two dtams of tho last wero pucMn about a fr Honry has 15 farms In Moigan pointed Pension Agent for Kentucky quart of water in a shallow dish and IMagoflln counties most of them heat applied Tho cfWt va3 to fill tho From the Estill Eagle feantly tlmborod and lull of canward with a pungentaromatic vapor rH jioland bltumlnpus coal which he Married at tho residence of H K which luti a marktdlrestful action proposes to sell on reasonable terms coughing being not nearly so general or If you want bargains In secure Poters on 5th by Albert Eastor ot frequent New Yorlc Ledger Humphrey tho Christian ehuich koines call on him Itodurlus Vibration In Kuilwny Car to Mif s Mary cTeiers corps of railroad ongineors Noland iThc new Misses Stella and MavmoTJfomn- - pleAwhich invention embodies a princi- Â¬ J as I ok passed through town will itself to nil inllr railway travelerscommend sought to les- Â¬ Do for Canoy havo lnauo a sur- - son who have been visiting It is past two months return- Â¬ sen the discomfort and annoyance of Canoy to tho mouth of Llk vlno foi tho travel on many lines on which there is eaveS7Oanoy near ed to their homo last Saturday W Ste le cross- Aunt Mary Ann Bow en of Bowon excessive vibration by the construction old of a pieuniaitc car which embraces tho Licklpg river PowdtU countyis sixty eight grand children tho application of an olastic fluid ns an Wow Adam property and has absoibent for vibration and oscillatight bank of tiio riv- - and twenty three great grand-childre- n tion An nir cushion is arranged on T i uth of Elk Fork This tho cellular principle between tho car t Aunt Polly Scrivner of Millers body and tho truck frame and a3 there aclalmod is very accessible easy No tunneling Creek this eonnty lias ten boys all is an pqual distribution of air under going ire tho road leaves Mr born in regular succession nine varmg pressures nil oscillation is pre- Â¬ vented This elastic jisashortone Thosur- - daughter ialawsaud one daughter completely absorb medium is said to all vibration result- Â¬ Jnesday wero running All of them mo living Fy7Vtst lost by ilro on last ing fiom rough tracks jointing of rails Jas tho point on Caney excessive speed or any other cabse nnd ft tho creek for the Tueedrfy morning ins home and out tho car is carried smoothly and steadily Jnngs on liis Ves Scriviier farm along This pneumatic system can bo LLfht that this will bull o Kentucky river Lrtss G00 equally well applied to street cars nnd Jo build a road insurauco Hupposed io have Instnnccs aro not hard to find in which it lidorablo talk frhtfrom a detective ilucL Wm unquestionably should be Exchange it lino ATambcaJCflports tho birth Judce I Chambers of Consumption iB now goinbatedby Bunks an Building nil d Loan Ah kUtoby to M vifo of Jos A dfod M nJayattwo oclook at Ills nany bpcclalg using creosote fTlio K Hazel Green on tho 10th resldonco benefit derived from tho proper ompW Booiations nre becihitic inorj Day haa boon Improving ter- o- xxazol - slH Green immmmmsmx1 Lee county Born to Mr and Mrs G W feewoll Mntlnil Prntl jRCKSOn CREOiO Slio E AND CONSUMPTMCwTI uld Seem to - i v v- Jie 3V n A1le to Df a Co Operativo tii j rvrtAnaw wild J nx fcW CBi i 1 - r W f si If llj his last Friday the 8th inst a daughter no proporty anu now imb But few parents are so greatly bless tjnlTRi tlio moat convenient uwen- - ed as these They have eleven itout healthy and bright children all still Jnga in Hazol Greon same voof though C V Rice of iMchmond ha9 ac- - sholtered by tho one lias passed his majority Never tcoped a position as eulesmati in the a y at tins place and did children havo more devoted itarauf J bnttuort upon his ulety duties Monday parentb Taylor Dav has ought all tho Tho special Decembor term of the convene lotilar timber on Mike Ohairs Broathitt Circuit Court Inst with of land on Laurel and ib Monday morning tho llth boundory building a tine splash dainto run it Judge D B Rodwlne at his post In tho absenco of Hon A H Howard o out to Itod rivor Commonwealths Attorney Hon J Puatrnaster Ploratt a few days B White of Irvine was appointed aircc toliT aC0inonov order toa Commonwealths Attorney pro ten innnwhoptdlihntllfty ono dollar no Grand Jury organized bills Tluirf probably accounts for Therowus therefore this term of for the term the scarcity of change tho court Is less horrible to tho vioMls Bollc Ciookruinof this place lators of the law who has been engaged in teaching from Dr G M Cook of Wo school In Breathitt for some time Ilydonlearn particulars of a very the was lust wook married to a young Mr bloody fray in Clay county in which Haddlx smof Ilenloy Haddix George Bagley of Leslie county was Tho editor of this paper is uolthar Killed The killing occuied tho Gth a seventh son or thoson of a seventh iristat the Miller Gllboit farm on son and thorefjjwtfnot supposed to Redbird Thnro was a sale at the bo glftedwith prophetic speech place at which GOO people had however wo will hazard This and a great deal of liquor Ijyfi o contemplated road to Canoy was on hand An old grudge existcaunol coal fields does not come by ed between Bagley and Abljah Na way or Hazel Greoti It will be be Â¬ pWi There was a pitched battle cause the people at Mt Storling and tho like of which perhaps has not aloiif- - the line do not ninkotl proper occured since the war The friend oiToi tito becuro it This too in the of tho above men to the numbor of 30 faco of the fact that tho company on a side fired 800 shots It i lias recently purchased laud at thought that Win Wages of Perry Mondiead But in this connection fired tho fatal shot Two were badly It is woll enough to ask Aro wo wounded and several mado hair making an effort to get it IsMt breadth escapes Up to Sunday Storing doing anything Wages and his friends to tho num- Â¬ ber of 75 were defying arrest and more troublo is expected West Liborty Items i 1 i v Ar popular with asveU as mem profitablpfor tliopepplo as the1 grow lti agc s 3 iV1 y -- r - rt- Vmv fv - r As fidme newspaperfcAimnhas wisely aid during thosrecetii 4 money panic in disguise they are blessing t These words hav beeu mado good in thousands of cases where persons had stock in Â¬ numerous money enterprises but could not realize a dollar on any- j Â¬ W A SUTTON AND DICK SMITH HAVE MOVED TO THE thing but Building and stock Loan The sensible conclusion Â¬ then is that but a short time must elapse before people with monev to invest will be seeking a good Association to M ASONIC AND TEMPLE ESTAB Â¬ DO NOT HAVE THE FINEST FURNITURE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY LISHMENT Â¬ buyftto PURCHASE ANYTHING IN THIS LINE UNTIL YOU SEE THEIR IMMENSE STOCK BEING NEW GOODS ARE Wi in and not waiting for agents to drum up the business as has been RECEIVE DAILY THEIR UNDERTAK- - Â¬ ING DEPARTMENT the case heretofore Some people havent the money to invest now vice IS COMPLETE IN EVERY RESPECT Â¬ Â¬ But take our ad- Â¬ ul and invest your small earn- Â¬ v ings or a portion of them month- Â¬ ly in a strong large growing As- Â¬ JBH 4hcr sociation one where on the first of January and July each year you get statements showing what your money is doing for you one whose success has j -- I f ilU SJ AS been unequal PROFESSIONAL x led by any other previous effort ono who is always first in putting t woon UKNHT P HOOD in new features and each one ATIOIIMIYS VT 1 ht- - Vlpcrsou lllock MnHullMttti t Mr VrErLixi Kt Will lonrll better than tho last for tho stock- Â¬ irnl Iaprootlcu iu Xlimtuomurj Appeal UrLiitliltt Superior countlo Court of Court ami KuntucK A T WOOD LAW US 111 SON holders one who is governed by ness pinct a Circuit unit Diitrict Courts of lrouiDtattuntlon uhen to ull busi our qunus - the strictest State laws of any in the Union ono who in case you need it has money to loan either jTX rt TTOnNEYATLAW Olllcu nvtr Kxcbnngo Uauk MuVsvllo st B F DAY nreal estate in town or shares on your Â¬ Prnctlcfs In MoiitKomtryloell MfucfeoWolIc HnutlilU Rohmii MiiKoflln ami Morgan conn tKH it ml m Superior Court mid Court of Apm iOs Opinions on lund title In all lftsleni KeutULky nmtle n upeclultj uud abstract furnished on rea sonable nrms auK29 DO lyr MT STKltLi XG KY Â¬ Loan one who allows free with- sixty-six-yea- rs drawal to such as desire but offer qkand inducements to the persist ent Â¬ an tiling cone mlngr the miiiih promptly attended to and abstracts or titles then hen deslrtd Office net door to White V llrooks on Court 28 ly Btreet opposite Court houso GOODWIN County Surveyor ard Cty Unciucer Work Liitrustt d to nim attended to VOinptly olivkii attorney Jm collections andat law and suuveyoror All rial i8tit transactions afj Real stayers MJ There is one only of this kind represented here D It It is approved a lyr R II 1IAYD0N bjcamoro strict Mr Steiiuno of and patronised by our repre sentative business me who aro MasvllloRtoer J noted for their business wisdom n TT 11 K1NSOLVINO ATlORMIYATtAW 31 r Kt Apt BeBresents Best Companies Money to Loan on Good Mt bmniin Kt Conroyn saddlery store m JH ir flno was occunvinc humio ns The Clnncso aro certainly a fctrange L1VK STOClt MaIrKBT people strango in appearance customs and tastes Ono of their greatest deli encics of food regarded from n Chinese Cincinnati Dec 22 epicures point of ev is CATTiJii Shippeis 3 50 to 150 which in plain English meansmilhl Â¬ newI 0 to 3 85 jjpxon select butdsbers born mico yet blind These aro placed 1 15 fair to good 00 tol3 85 alivo on little trays and set before cacli on 2 00 to 2 75 hoifers iood guest whb djs them ono at a time into ceJ2 5to8 25 common tolfajr ntjar of lionoj nnd then swallows tho ito cows good to cixtice tinyereaturesAWhen tho emperors wed coloWated a few years ago 3 25 fair to medium 2 23 to ding was tho Tjiolplcss creatuies wero 50odo of an and thin rough stlu thus tonsnmedV Now York Herald f CIXCINXAM Â¬ limit of West a J OHN M - An Uunterii Ditlnty and enterprise The Jo operative Savings and Loan Association of Sioux Falls South Dakota has Office lu lLLIOTT ATIOIO UY AT U W MT STIRLING KY Flir lllock nest side or Court lion J C 11EI1 Jfl 1 II llAZLLltKia hazklrigg a A rkii Mt Htjuuino 3 Offloe No 5 Court street WII11URN ATTOUNKY Kt lyr Estate OFFICE ON COURT TREET just established an excellent local JOHN board here and wepredict a good business forHlira- - owing to tho inducements they offer investors AT LAW Will procllce In Menefm and adlolnluicoiiiitle IB t Collections given prompt attention Clat ClTTi Kt Wm LT Dlt lIOVKRAHIi AlTOKNrY 0 yeaning and irrazilnc Will practice la the oourts or McirKb anil nil Joining countlts aoiyr 1 AT LAW iiKNtituinci Kt s7 A JTrfJCfcPT iKr if JfF K r7Jff veal calve 50 to 4 25 fallr largo m 75to5 25oxtra5 5 it heavy and nrlm iu tv lair to iroot l o0 com mod An nirtogQod light tr fa n an to 3 2o lafllngsand In two years time they have A gentleman wo has been traveling Franco relatesAhat in Paris tho bar- in ber who was feha sng him stepped two sold over Four Million Dollars filUo 0l 3 foot torithree times A Inst the customer cauea ou 1000000 of their Capital Stok rjipjcaao uoni uojinai any moroi 1 a havo a corn Jso Association in the XJniled Exactly wnar a was irymg to jinn eaUKiio Darter mana- M mfansieur au States equals this rccdrd So if we nave vKltuv - Xovcl iVny of Hulllni u CoruCurcr L IROCTOU Mt Ftbukink Kt Ofllce over Mt SterUnir National Hunk Main nt TAlTLUBn D It Uliice TauiDee iinuoii inurmary Mcamoro street Mjt DlXTIST upo0 Stiulinci Kt BUCKEYE Ttmortng crn8r f fcattkr Aexsw piawga Bal tiM n franc j Jl JONKS Im V II 1 1CIAN AND SUIIOKOS Office nnd residence W JIast Illili MT bTKRLlNO stTtct 874m Kt DINT XT lENlrK i you have money or want moiey 7rw ViitTullflVffJUfiirfains In call on their Special Agoift 1 -- F illMHl iiiiPiiiwwnM ATTORNEYS AT Mt htrutiNO Kt A SURE and CER n Will pnetii e In the counties of Monteomerv Known tor lOvaars b Rath Jlouefoc lpwull CiftfW uud Uourbon und REMEDY IFOR v i OKI en on In the StiiKTlor uud ApielUto Court nay 13 89 JCoyrtfttieotJ WIiiti 11ROOKS hVJ OURESNOTHIBUTP - thnBmHRlRBHI MiWMwHIHQEflH LKHKitHHllHH 3 i jteasdtVJirjgifc cjariga TgiLBRO WHOLt TlfK tttf- VttbKMV fKllLINTd mva TiUiUWA toV M V hicr t AP3OCATKrJl nr Boone NtokWJ rt ter ncrc inftfrlvd t I i AV FEimrARY 3 1891 BUSINESS TvlCNTlON v SJ iwc jjwwwatffanaaM GomUnafion Morsa Sale OORRBfPOiDKHOE S w iiwwsjcr rue M fr WhoiojErai 1T imVftiiiif BTJ twaarfnh-s-Aii- 3 Ls mftlifenttoriMiiii ttoberl I I Uin -- V1 mnm j jf Put ouvmou6y rlierJ Jrwllf7i H C Lcdford who had a capita jq xuc wonu oinin w II Banwy nil ii if nan oi fcUtfjIWtl oW riltOV pcfrfornflon 1dni ltd tbc most gwxt of r N kVapidly iinpioviug Ji atiylitikvaroUietoos sudsc6iptionrates t aiVi ut uyiuijir ujai u lywu inwiMiiM- - Kium lM linijcstor Delnocrat Arilt CtitKiioi Iijib ieoeicd sulHt aw O ieyiswrtn HSvonO iJGacjea t 1i beriuul lfisa niwdn j sovero nttttck A 1 Cui djlv U cni n business and dently to be out after a I We are willing to frhow to any adver City H will of pneumonia loa ure trip lo Kairni Who desires it our list when lie probably Ue gQife fovotyl Afeck JosleiV 3itf tiser CVkrtsU Stddvtow Ky Birsh cnu judirti fur lilmsolf il our sptoo l TlrnefittTiief coniuiimiiou uhf of iKfifit e jucka aOl I and Vttjj i2Ci ffiE ADVOCATE - tw 1ft Atf i tiding k a Jjuiiiuc - trairtoifi- - i afMt SUrlinjr wiw oiiiatKlufj prcMiito Wvie rccehctl In UyMv Fudcru tcatiiViilw Cor trflH iittnUi otlS -Harris urceiiuoraio jfiv lln tints rtial one half yearld Me iTJiVlhiTP uho bus hetn Charley JWneV of 3fl Sterling soft ol vcral dujs J ii laittit 1 oWwk Hui lt u ini Fos Â¬ COMBINATION i vtiing iiid and MSE KE w - SALE wgPjM OA BIilSLE Tho Climax Mill Company desiro to notify thefriends and customers of tho mill that they aro now tunning on full lime and are prepared to supply thorn with anything iu their Hue Our flour has an established reputa- Â¬ tion and wo guarnutoo every pound 18 tf sent qut from our mill AT fiji-nd- KY shisVimlftimonla is oonvnicBijcHt fojr H tssrt I rtSriVfin - ilMntn ON H tfLM Thurscisiy Feby3p MSeventy five Head of choice liorscs 189 Wit SKI VaAdard iViiMB JTltt 7 J t U VV T M i MUGcorgla ScddfmB2flcplQdta Ocjiobr pulsion in the SiiagW onnlontortjn ifpau IntiesWturdny --rrr CutsiJv SuUdn3 ijwlcj lakingdo i At Hopio Aaaln paiimCHtjg ctmpleje witli tyVEXas iii via unOja taker and Mr poisey JaijiCs OCotmtll dcsliVs Id itiPorm cait TchTOVlfVlfin onf Ids former patrons and many Aiends a- HOtleey f that he is now Veady to scrvothem as StoTlic8 rcutetl Ibp Jit of old Ho has bought an onlfio new John L outllf including tho latest patterns Stcilhi and TofllronvllIe Itko tBdij-elfatcftf-he-r 25-a- Pakm Fon Sale For salo C0 iiUifiU kiOhUtis prop Qf tobacco Acres D welling JIolROand rooms fo v Cents par ptfnd nUejidbiV the f and till necessary outbuildings ato in CrfMhlv riuto H undertaking vUni thoy hnvo BbhMUinfprflpld ItH tobacco loO good repair n young orchard of 80 KhlqiatrUU ui7oeu inr pound choice fruit trees jiit in bearing Lfvingl on L CaspaB undeMaker and Ml Dor- - 15 1 I V I f d of HnglMi Walsh Hurts lilifp Thcfarm is avcII watered and Is lo- Â¬ y rttiido had ifdcsircdin one hours was in ho ciiy scvflral days J ho past 26 3t wedk lookingaftcrpnio ofhlj bit - Anderson PJ nbrfoi lot tubai eo and 30 cated 0 miles south of Mt Sterling uoticqf v Good neighbotliood good school and acres for cornTur tin jifeJiiit year lucss nifuiksheic WmliriTuimBiiPV Aask far It ti M ewi J1I6nmt ClitiMf vU i- W t- r II IIaiTJMlaughtcr audi Jildson Iljuwiel syM his crdp of of Fair Haven Vt nio vis tobacco to Ja floii it 7 emnl two ffqup vu i Harris biothci5 C II itilig Mr Misses Oim pirn Avnd Dlxio Slill Uryan on High street manofNorth Middii iowu arc vhitlng His Ge church privileges Par infot mation applv at this 10 office tf A nice phreton for sale J C JhJutvfUinie h ft lat Mo a geuei al tJio cnpiJiiiycavfor 1V27C nntl JO tho iras wolkt in this cilv Iiailed his day morning t nUeud tho Georgetown roiU of rocU u father thopapt week Female College -w Tclugrapli Go John McGilaway has been assigned Tlio WustcrtJ Jiilon Willlo Staggaj who ha been rjuitu to Labrot ft Grahantrf dlstillovy stok frgm an atlack of pucntnonia is will vnti a llttq lo Mt Stciling TliU to all wio liavo wil pogopd ijpwyi Franklin county and left for bin pot itnproving ComlnK Salos t ql duty Safuidnv llieliard Kiufodo lias tented ofJolm ention Co Wb dciro to call Y Brain lelt iof Nicholao Denton his Auin near Mt Stoiling for Geo fitiifK frmi county one of tho most cxlcnslvo ami uwu life pWcut year and will take posscF- vl Those nqcdliig Mr Doicys nro number of sales best known ofook and tobacco dealers tion March 1st Will plcasp call him etc tobo fotiud in our columns fussional ecrvjecsXnfnot ovm-- tho tulppfipncL and lie will be JprM Smith twp mie9 from Mt in the Stati was iu tho citj this week ihoiif on ouoi lionrs hoticerbr Stcrlfug Feb 3id slock crop etc with II A Maon and S C Bascom left ti Grassy Lick Sutlons leavo orders atCassidy James S Bcny near Sharpsburg on last Tuesday for Haskell Texas Mr Mason rp turun to his former homo Mrs J W Haydon U ok with The Utile bou of IV V Green ol Feb 1th btock crop etc mid Mr Bascom looking after his pneumonia Grassy Jjick nujt with a severe ncci BUh Cockrell Ss Feslcr Ml Ster Â¬ Texas land W II Bamey and J L Ihill visit- Â¬ dent on Ifiiday By eoiho incatw he ling Fel C G and 7 gjvat combina Â¬ Misses Cora and Lena Tipton two ed at Winchester last wui k XiuHcdJnTkjUlti of boiling water off Hip tion sale of horses jioletc estimable young ladies from Mt Slcr fjtovn UnwiJig it all over Ida bodj James E Thompson bought of J S P Hunt Grassy Lick Fob 10th ling are visiting tho iumily of Albert gcaldlilitmsolfand hadly R Blount 250 barrels of corn al i280 Mtodlarming utcnsile etc Voung Uethel Cor Caiiisle Mer per barrel in the field Win II BoardimftVrrA1irBciindy TlibfrJrG3Monp near Grassy Lick cuiy liLilj1 ifkji tinniwl Miss Gcrlrudn Ycager of Jljllcrs rurill- ti o gpniai ami i --z store and lodgCsrpjrwW SldoylrtjfftwJ- buig visited Miss Sallio Mason the J llomLMon popular druggist of Nichofasviiiri rm So Kv and will in the city tho jiast week and was pat two wccR slore or EuIp- They iavo contracted with Btirn D G IIowcl soldio G L KitkpaO kept busy answering tho many pleas Â¬ McConuk k of this city to iurni h Sec tho number of places for rent ant greetings he received from his host rick his tobacco at SLccnls per pound havo tho Jioiisc the lun1hffaiit will A largo crowd will bo here at the of friends complctdd bjAho 1st of April J W Mortis and J C Bamspy Bush Cockrell Fcsler sale Janlcs OConnell has returned to bought of John and Jumps Wado thoir Ir6f George Hunt who is a enndi- hilr fuluio tobacco at SH cdnts per pound ditq fornporintcndeiit of Public In J TO THE TOBACCO GROWERS OF this city and will tnaUo it home Mr OConnqll is one of the MONTGOMERY COUNTft David Howell returned Friday fiom etrnction I making an active canvas best workmen within our knowledge Louisville wiuJia he has taken a busi jooks as f he for tho ofllce audit now tiVcarepreparecl to prize This fact any man who is curbed withy ness cOi5riaui liiA nijPwr4ilon s will bcV hard man 1 in hist and will guarantee to Ida cus tomers perfect tltting boots or shoes YoiMVill fiml liimin the McKeobuild ingoiipo3lte Now Farmers Bank J Child 6n or J SupctinllitiUJfc jfc cora MWaniil Gu in Lexington this week Mts J T Bttnrx Thoo needing Mr Dorscys pro- Â¬ fessional services will please call him over the telephone and he will be with them on ono hours notice or Sfiltone Ipavo orctesaJLt Cassidy and Non Standard Stallions Brood MarwswdF Thirty Head of the finest horses of our couj kv some Fancy Saddle Horses some extra goodly OVini Draft Horses This stock is all good v 1 Tins is Nicholas countys first Combinalio and vc have selected nothing but the bes Dont fall to attend Sale will begin at 10 a m sharp sun tune shine in front of Potts IIufFs Stable n nniH mm RR -- Templera r- of3 A - Notico I will no longer be responsible for debts or contracts made by any one unless upon my wiltlen order 22 It Thomas Cook -- Prop ia i i itu i r otock rarm - 11 1 iv iIBRKMBEfcaMitVfix RELIGIOUS Elder J O Frank of the Christian Chuich at Lancaster read his annual Over 2200 was report for 1890 raised by voluntary contributions and within ten days after the coso 1500 was promptly paid to tho pastor and all incidental expenses met A sur- Â¬ plus of 2740 remains in the treasury Tho preacher pertinently remarked that the 2200 wero free will ottering from the members and not ojbterand Ivy Begistcr ico cream proceeds W7H FLfiHB BHffiflSgttj SBHKflnfl9K5MI IIHHBHiHIKlQn t ruro leaf lard at JB Whites 22 MT STERLING It Seed outs and baled hay for sole at 25 lt Barnes Trumbos fl ffoin tits soi Iccq In tlio VrvtHtBSSsfmfSSvm mill HiinouiiuiUK cuuuucp tri ren to nil Hales of roitjoiinl Estate Tenns UcnsouuLlR iHBSHESaKlEVBu Totho Citizens of Mt Storllncr and Vicinity FOR SALE 0ft iMBSiBlHBiBSii vmMUNm - i -- ft--- Pfl iii ihevcs r uvinVjf 4Sfehcc s Wmjp tAirX 3kv Kant gjjiaplcasantgcnUcinaii and ship our tobaccos Also iiai 4i0fwla wlHSfcfivcr Ifo goc ijyillvyiiiaicul3bcral cash ad J Dr W C Nesbltt of OwingMillc and will nodonbt malc aiuJbffiIiJt was iu dho city lat week looking and painstaking ofllcer if thoUmaWf aianccsspn same wcaift k wrtk f Ua iolftJPJRi yilll IIU IKIll Ullll them for him rut testny to ILllUUl ICU1 JUIIHY College L Wlidoo Mlil given tc his hands Respt k Mr lip Clark of J S Clark Co expert designers of intfhuniental woik of IiiisviIIeand who did tho work on the FploiRlidkJtcid uiqnu incut in Mach pqlah Cemetery was in the city Tues Â¬ day on n flying business trip The firm of which Mr Clark is tho head has designed and built somo of tho TJTiicSt monuuijcjuts iu the State and now has uidor contiact tho 20000 Alamo monument at Austin Texas S- - Tabu Gaitskilt Peggs daughter of John number of friends aud lelations in our PeggXj near Grassy Lick died on city and L ounty Wednesday last tho 2Sih inst The Mrs T G Julian of Mt Sterling is little ono had been with them but two visit lug her mother Mrs Chenault short years but had become tho light on North Broadway Mr and of the household and when loving Mrs John G Winn nee Miss Cath Â¬ hands had done all that could ho done erine Picwili of Mt Stciling are loving hearts almost brqko at the patt viiting tho family of Mr Iiiohaid ing The body vt as taken to Mason Spurr near this city Lexington county and buried in tha family bury Â¬ Press Tho avorasro receipts olthe Ftrcct ing giound Mr Peggs and family Prof Gcorgo Hunt of Fajolte lailway sliux it has been hi operation have the heartfelt sympathy of their has been about 300 per month Con- - fricudb and neighbors in their bereave county a ripe scholar an experienced iMderiiig tho length of tJio JineMIiis j ment educator and a Into and faithful an excellenti5ll5wlng and wu venture Christian gentleman is a candidate to predict thai jf tho lihq ia extended On Monday one Gcorgo Stevens al- Â¬ for Superintendent of Public Instruc Â¬ it will provoono of tlfp bct iiaylng ias John Stevens alias Doe Stevens tion Piof Hunt has been in the city Winches investments In onr city who had been stopping iu tho county for sovcial days the past week and ter Democrat Judgo McKce Avhat has Tjccomo of for some days went to ltatUfl Ss Bur has mado himself many friends iu our your charter for a street railway in bildgcs livery stable and hired a county duringjiis brief stay among us Xlt sterling Why not build theres horse sajing hq desired to go to tho Presiding Bov II P Walker Not having bhoyn up by Tues Â¬ Levee in11IionTtvit Elder of tho Lexington District ha day noon tho owners not lied ofilccrs TJio many A IuiuIb of Col B F 1 Taul and Tipton who at onco started beon in tho ciiy for several days past Itorse Gonerul Passenger Agent of upon tho trail of tho thief Thoy Ilo was hero to tako charge of tho ilio K C will buglad to learn his found the horso had been sold in Win- Â¬ Quarteily Meeting of his church in c ferviees havo bcon secured by tho ti chester on Monday afternoon at 5 this its Di Walker Jived hero for a number of year nud his host of ns General Tniyiugfinsspugcr ocloclc to somo Lexington paircs friends arc always glad to extend to in uiui brivtunrjiiam uoMjMrijfigjrtnrtics liwl Inter on ti aded the A cap- - IbbVkfo Frso l SnJWSm gMVllcw iliii ui near Cli ntonville him a coidial welcome when he comes lie bus uess man nntiouo oi tno mosi ni iljuil wont to securo the hoito and into our midst iimlni riiiliYKid oHIohilg in nii on Alter i lrr lntbii followed tho thief t Hio Pulpit and tho Stajjo Icctiuii The Louibvillo aiid Nashville wimRuiIiirirn Sifiountof tioubc on the Itev F M Shrout pastor United Ivill llud tiioy havo mado no mistake hunt Mr Tipton sifecpeded in locating En Jilacing Col Brethren Church Bluo Mound Kan Morso in tho above the Steyjons on Jroyvlco street iu Lou raitied position isville at tho houso of a hmllicvxiu siivs I feel it my duty to loll what WomloTfevBv ICiugNow Discovery jDu Friday night companions J A hi iv and quickly took ljjnj into custody has dono for me MvRiirgSfwiiCiJijd tho anise J Y Adams W A Atter- - Thursday night saw Tiptonthief safely ly diseased and my parishotuM taking a 32 Bees and Ellis domiciled iu castle li Goo ltlchter C much needed rest tfjl ho can bii given thought I could livo only a few weeks laxtcr went to Mt Slelllng where in a in the pen Stqveus suppos I took five bottles of Dr Kings New fcordauro with tho lequest of Wiu- - berth Dibcovciy and am sound and well liestcr Chapter 2Co 12 tho Itoyal ed to bo a uyiu who is badly wanted In Lincoln county lor malicious cutting gaining 26 lbs iu weight reh degieo was coufoifcd on the lat- Arthur Love Manager Loves Fun Â¬ ico by Mt Hot oh Chapter Xo mid wounding ny Folks Combination writes After If thill city TheT WinuhcsfC r si thorough tiial and convincing evi South Natl BIdB LoanAo3n eis ajjonk in tho highest terms Now of dence 1 am confident Dr Kings New Cumborland Gap Tenn llr reception by their Mt Ster- Dibcovoy for Consumption beats cm jrothron and pi tliq imposing Capital 10000000 all and cures when everything else Authorized lor in w hich tho exalted rho was paid up capital 100000 ChaUcrcd fails Tho greatest kindness 1 can do Wjjichititor Bwnocrut by the Stato of Tennessee Its prime mod my many friends is to urgo them to objqci Is to aseustivorthy pcrfons who try it Free tiial bottles at W S lo OwiiiKSvillo Outlook hag chau- town lqtstd bujld and own thoir Lloyds drugjtoro lingular Mjh 6P uuids BioJ BKim ifitironudj own liontesat a snall expenso by Hid 9100 CCCueU ij Mr J H Uerron Mlto loaning them monoySn long tnno aul Vises to giro Jus full energies o at a low jatc of inUucvt Money i i JiOlngtlie Interests of tho paper vcslcd in tho htook of tlfc Association bespeak for Mr Ilorron cordial Nvlllpaynca ly if not qulta tivlto as Wicn Dab was etrk --o ayivliryltt iillou by the readrs and tidVcrts- - notch as money iuvrtsted in bank Stock luico of Sf the Outlook Wc whh him stock at the currentenlcw nil bank JThca rho becanw iw Ji ejanj tp CiisoiR iIipU Midn nitiph dahP4ucecss haliOjjo hwillMlil lohelgmndo tq membors vtoa io had OJiJrcn bliejBivoiliuiu CaJloili IJckcti fulN to oVerfltUng yJ ABsllulloii qud fcfemyfl by inortdjayj goes to jim or uuiupumucjen iowitot iil jiPCdtuu Air itIiorOtigh ClToro ho will engage H ty o I havo hecu appointed rrt i RtiuoiQ illC4S I Aiiftqclatioicaud will tako a explaining li workings to w Yock OU coal nat wilL i lyortwunt iDgecurcfv mygani m a teresfpd in foiling thciu t t r Ti A McUbJSoI Id Id horsf l0 vA ho Btili Cock- - gotuumg jqa iH iFJl AgwAIi PeTr TJH6fi 17 tf r7v Fever Ah Aguel BotU iUkaI Puck jt Uatnie Â¬ Â¬ 1 3- John Wadoold his crop of tobacco around with a view of localing in our to Morris and Bamsoyforten cents midst The Doctor is a flno dontist Jas Moore bought 51 acre3ofland and n pleasant gentleman and has a near Winchester of John Locknane at 970 per acre Elder E P Gilford preached at Lucy Kidds Monday night and at B C Kings Friday night Mr- - Kidd ispiepaiing to burn a large quantity of chatroal for Clinton Howell on the Phillips one half for tho other OG Sam J Tttiley has g6noto Stcp slono to visit and tiansact some busi- Â¬ ness for his motliei Mrs Polly Baier of Winchester is visiting her si ter Mis Aquilla Salmond of this place John E Wade and faniiiwvisited relatives and fiiends in Mt Stciling Saturday and Sunday When you wish a smooth easy Good Store at TJioi shave or artistic haircut you will find me ready to accommodate you I iHnBHHBKjBn As wc lio mnJe arranpement u inciufiB liniuiiKiuiu uiiriiicK have a good workman in my cmployi Itev Thomas Cummins pastor of the salo pilMilcb a sniiciil stoi c nt TI113 Kioto is Ifnl mill onlil lnlli5 rHiniiliir lniltp lion clnik count vv o U in loc First Presbyterian Church of Bieh tmxiiio and about alialf unvirljotwc hair and tiimming bangs a specially the liillninl mond Ky has resigned his charge j ml AlUhtctliniraiHl in tlio niulsl WKMHmOiVVlW 22 Um It A Hall iio iioians jckIoii Tlio liueinctn and accepted tho pas orate of tho Fir t tilitflipil fm tiintit iii fLl r our books u lilcli Isliu itcd Mill rlioff HTStsis date wo will deduct halt Presbyterian Church of Henderson now ut more ivosterou comlitumthuii in nrbconKiii MfmUKBtSa His congregation objected seriously to cent per bushel fioniciilS5lamlVil v i i 01 his mht uul iiiiiu coal for spot cash and one For Sale I TCTTMir lier bushel from Kentucky coal spot field of usefulness would bo Avidiiiccl V nr T cash r DI Ill 7 Poi in nf Jfl am n8nUli by a removal to tha latter place 23 it Baunks TituMno v IUUIII ov MM m jjJll lUUdWI Tho people of Richmond have connil other necPbar outbuildhirsj Call at Whitii Brooks office to tributed two hunched dollars to the pay old bill and leave orders for coal fund for the leliefof Rev jcorxc O lv watered and pdIimkIiiI nnvi This place is just 5 miles frpr 3fafrTtt r irrrintoj nrnes now ttraiirutewu riicitm- w- p- Tf Biih Cockrell Foslero great sale SIUI1C eiiing turn pi kp lor lum ainmnUraiscd is said to bo Fob lurs applo this ofliee or to Kentucky Register If you want to buy or lent a house III LOItDETT Tho meeting at the Church of Christ apply to Thos Whilt agent for Geo Mt Stciling lyri on Fairfax stieet is still in progress 23 tf McConnick 1IbH GREAT THREE DAYS I am prepared to move pianos or- Up to last night thcro had been eighgan etc etc and will gtiatantee teen additions by letter and live b Winchester Doinoctat CLOSING OUT SALLi careful handling of all such niticles confession entrusted to my care Orders loft al EvangclUt B F Clay of tho Chris OF the Advocati office will rccehc tian church who went from Kenluckj hprompt attention to Salt Lake City wiites encourag- - Land SborUiorns Trotting Hors9s 20 Unio W F Wilson ngly of the religions outlook there To Loan Irnns Farmitifi ImnlflmAnts tit Rev Dr A Henderson pastor of 100000 on real estate security chuich at Lagrange tho Methodist Tonus reasonable A IIoffmax died at that placo on Friday He had 8 tf Ageyt Miftcicd a sttoko of paralysis some ten In order to cloe out David B Diamond tan bo found at days before and never rallied Be our co pulneiship c will be sold t No S High stieet Tiptons old stand was buritd at Georgetown on Sat propel at our faun miles oj here he is pioparcd to do all kinds ol urday wood woik etc ling on the Owmgsv Filin lepairiug 20 iino aws a specialty ThursS Cincinnati Ulvo Stock Markot Wednesday wransn 111 -- 11 -- ccritrJrnliii11 1 1 vHm yI V 11 Â¬ rr imi IIIIUMT 111 57 iififotenicr lCCiMidtllttoi Â¬ Â¬ ss 4 Ix A nice pluetou for sale Mns J T Biii 3 Â¬ Born Jan 27 to the wife of John Over 200 head of hoises besideo Clinkenbeaid a daughter neaily as man jacks and jenne- - in Last Wednesday Jan 28 wo had Bush Coekiell Ac reeleib sale Spring Anoounoemont tho pleasure of attending the golden wedding of J J Kiudtcd and wife New Hats New Childrens Boys At noon an elaborato aud tastefully prepared dinner was served The and Mens Clothing just received by aged bride and gioom received a num- T F Itogei- - iu latest Spring Fashion ber of handsome presents The day and Style and will be sold at lowest was spent iu social converse inter prices speised with some excellent voial and Cnniicl Coal Black Band Coal instrumental music Few people livo to enjoj tho fiftieth iuniverarv of Ciown Hill Coal Peach Otvhaid Coal their wedding and none who have aud Indian Cuek Coal cheap for Jived more honorably than Ibis ven Â¬ 50 day erable couple Mnv our aged friends cash and to piompt pauug HvoTt enjoy iuaumofo sucr- luUPJI customeis aunivprsanes ann mav tno evening of 2J tf SquiiilTi km ineir iivor uo iuipu wnn tno sou glow Bu h CockrolLft Fcsler bine some loving nnd genial warmth and tender tints of tho glorious golden sunset is tine horses iu thcuSxnibination sale wi h of tho waiter ihtfKi vr- Parties knowing themseHvs indebted Kit STEnUNG MABkET1 - to W S Caldwell by nolo cn account Ip- will pleaso call and seUc as AS SCrOltTLD UV wo need tho 11103 nrfd must havo it GAITSKILL TAEB 20 lt W S Caldwell COMMISSION JIKKCHANTS 1ItOVISION Â¬ - nj Receipts of cattle for week ending Jan Ill 2i51 head against 3057 for Tho market for choice last week butchers and heavy feeders was active Feeders 1200 to 1300 and strong lbs met icady sale from 375 to 4 cts Tho following quotations fairly rcpie--ethe market 125 to Shipper good to choice 3 to L oxen 175 common to fair good to choice 350 to 125 common to fair 225 to 350 butchers good to 135 to choice 350 to 125 extra 450 fair to medium 250 to 340 155 to 2 lair to good heifcommon 3G5 to 4 ers 250 to 350 choice 275 to 350 cows good to choice fair 1 to 2 fat dairy tows confnVdi 250 to 325 stoctos 225 to 325 Â¬ February pouslbtiiig f lth iZtlr nt of aboat U0 h norn cauip lnciuuing sil highestand ptucst Bates world of tho Baningfou ton Ililjia Wild Eyes Pcafl soin Rose of Sharon Mai families and somo young Bulls for service 30 head of Grado callings 35i es including somo 4iandc useful haincss and fcaddlcgc and about 20 high bred Troll insc Biood MarcsXColLi fillies Youngsters in Training b stnhiW mid in such hoiM- - as Ni - 2f Onico and Salwoom B Jlni t Wo St Â¬ For Rent Thirteen acres of land with house Wheat No Itejcct -- I on 80o J OOu per bu Wo flogi is COo 50c Bye r lr Si CDn 2 75 Qorn Now - - 25U Hay Baled - 800 JOOO per ton 535 por bu Clover Prime 500 fta of four rooms ono mile fiom Sldo view down Aarons Bun creek pos- Â¬ session given March 1st Apply to L C Jeffries near premises Quick work is tho order of the day 25 5t Melviva TltEADWAV Bush Cockrell Feslcr have a splen Â¬ did Hue of lino horses In their combination sale Â¬ 325 to I ycaijl feeders grazing cows 225 to 3 HoT 3fccorprff rb50lTead marJTcr stronger common and light 345 to 375 packing and butchers 355 to 385 com- Â¬ Shcop Receipts 25 bend 3 to 355 extra fat mon tQ choice 525 to 550 wethers and yoarllugi Lambs In good demand and sti ong 4 to common to cholco butcher- G good to cholco shipping 550 to toO p 100 lbs iicoi j Poit Hj ai others 0 heartW Woik Mnes 9 i fci -- riiirmwii iii jvsouniry Steck BltfJoti Jr A oir-ohl wood Vase awn Wlkc- - WillciS i JJaron MuleTaud 1 TOWH amljJO sheep a Au cal ons rmwT W 200 Timothy Beit Top - - - 05ef375c Blue Graw Ky rough JU50 11 u cc i i cleaned t Ilomp Cliolce Old rn Timtuii 90 per ton 80 AXlBq03 2C0 912B 25p oflu POULTItY Fon Itnvr A farm of fio acres and dwelling near Fidovlcw Jas It Wilson Miller Wilsons office 20 tf Mtt Sterling Ky 275 250 jiiii Chlknp - Young OTi amjgA FalrtoGocul LargaRjl Dili l7o 250 sale of Bush Cookrcll Itemcmbor tho groat combination Fcsler i Smaiial Tut kej f225 jr 250 MfcilPPper 1175coivcd Tho cdltov of n Detroit dailv hasro- a loiter fOghed Mafia wltlclt i lb owjw Wi Mll xyrt MVWJc Fifi7 I on reaper binder set 2 grass power severally tinjr boxes smith aud carj bio forge plow cart 1 light ull nlow aucTai turrev 1 slcluh corn In For Salo oats 2 ricksrof straw 10 or ha- - cle AUo about 550 acres Bh A bluo grass farm about 7 miles west ofMt Sterling near tho Winchester Ljaud which in richness aud f pike containing 122 acres about 50 not surpassedby any land ir acres in whqat and balance iu grass It is well watorcd and well Good dwelling of 5 rooms splendid and much ot it virgin soil aud tobacco barn al needed outbuildings It tobacco barns and tenant tij aud n fine young orchard Tho place Tho salo will cOimncuco eaqh dij Is yclHvatered aud plenty of tobacco oclock and bo mado on a land on it In short a most dosimblo 3 months with G per cent home Will sell at rtafianablo figures and absolutely without rchcij For information apply at this oflicij or bid Lunch on rlo g HORACE BENTOl IJIUWUi to WJ 20 2t Thomson i 5M r frJ 9 Hie jFmWzi lit CI WJ Ma ti mmwiwimwcjinmini THE MT STERLINGJ ABVOO LTfrrfTwTwyJ J Tho Michigan Ceiitral has just re ceived a locomotive from Schoncctady which is the largest aud probably the fastest in the world It is a 10 vliceler awjaeh of tho six driving wheels nro six feot fyo Inches Iti di ameter The engine itself weighs sixty four tons with tank attached and in running order it weighs 102 tons Tho shell of the boiler Is iixiy cight Inches in diameter It will it is said haul any of tho express trains over tho VandorbUt lines sixty miles an hour with case Â¬ UJGSDf Xj BlttJAllJ Hardware Stoves 3 flto I8L J CJ MU6toftWI fii ffi ADVOCATE NEWS OF THE WEEK Ex Gov Georgo A Qntwujrd of Kansas died at Grand Junction on Thtimlay of homonhago of the lungs lio was the founder of that city and unmarried Z5 The members of tho New Yoik Mer Â¬ chant Tailor Sociuty have decided to take a desperate step to force their YOUR MOTTO customers to meet bills promptly There are about 130 members of tho BUY LOW FOR GASH society and It reckoned that they Tiavo customers who owo them 100000 OUR At a recent mooting of tho society it was decided to put all these bad bills SELL LOW FOR GASH up at auction and sell them to specu- Â¬ lators for as much as they will bring The following articlccs are Edwin N Doll tho Secretary of tho society says that the sale will disclose for your especial benefit tho names of all the men who owe the v money Tho schemo has been resolv Â¬ ed upon ho said to cxposo tho gen Â¬ uine dead beats and not to embarrass those who through misfortune have Among tho resolutions adopted by liat a 25000 trotting been unablo to meet their bills prompt nuwri ioecu put up lor tno tho Farmers Alliance convention at Iy iSSSS tuirrjyyrssfsrjssrivssfw tr Â¬ Atlanta Omaha was ono declaring for a conkof 1891 Malta Double Shovels 3BL OaTuOsdayTaTYouiiffwood vention of ono delegate from each There is a strike of sheep butcliers Pa an The well known 8URGEON and SPECIALIST of Cincinnati O formerly Rem Gkjjkrai Hospital dent Physician of tho Philadeipiiia hurt bounty Fanners State to bo held February 22 1892 to at tho stock yardsQnt of LlO export cxplojlolfccurred in tho Frlck Coko Old Hickory Wagons for thirty years devoted hi sttwiUo to of the Onro Medical Institutk friitcher8 employed by Armour Companys MlneNo 1 in which ono passed lx a place and timo for holding a contoclatiou the treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SURGICAL DISEASES such yentiouito nomujatajnrmgr8 a 11- Swift Morris about two thirds are hundred and ten men lost their Reversible Disc Harrows aa Bronohltis Catarrh Cough Rheumatism all diseases of th Stemlvlew Hon at a rccoht 7F71i- IriHif imiL nunl not working MaiiiiiifH mi Tt Swifts butchers are lives not ono of all that wcro in the Non Reversible Disc Harrow tleoium Liver Kidneys Bladder Sexual Organs Heart Nerves tni Brain Hmm j3t of the Eye and Ear Deformities etc iVice Prcsidcnt of the United States paid from 2C0 to a day Armours mine boing left to tell the tale A any onb to HK WILIi BE AT THE Vandiver Corn Planters few minutes after nine oclock a faint of Indiana who A petition from the vicinity of Hol and Morris men arc paid seven cents OOMMEROIALHOTEX MT STERLING Tho strike is peculiar puff of dust rolled from tho mine dis- Â¬ lock Minn has been received by the per head Two horse Cultivators Ii of grub per weak Friday and Saturday February 16 and 17 1891 SIVsmen being paid by the day solving Into thin air while the puzzled Government asking for arms aminu Raturnlng Every Fourth Week Thereafter Ijland Homestead of Cooking Stoves CONSULTATION AND EXAHINATSON IS FXEEand ho will promntlr tell you nition and also troops as tho Lake of think they ought to havo seven cents worker about tho mouth never Hs una tno Farm ami all about your disease uutl tho prospects of a euro lie undertaiet no incurulh w Ar- Â¬ dreamed tho unusual blast of dust tho Woods Indians arc arming and apiece for the sheep they kill XADIES nflllcted with any of tho Ills peculiar to their sex may consult lilm with perWrought Steel Ranges gjo 111 aud Springileld and stnoko carried with it over ono fect confidence aud tho assurance of certain relief aud permanent cure Their cimen holding ghost dances Tho settlers mours men allcgo that they must be wilt receive Unit kind and considemtonttentlon which all will appreciate Illy treatment jt 110000 postal cards paid day wages instead of by the piece hundred 60uls into eternity There always proves satisfactory local treatment is neldom rjuccary Heating Stoves feplies from farmers to fear an outbreak Tho Adjutant Morris men are satisfied with seven was no sound no shock and nothing Ovnrinn Tumors lu tlielr earlier Binges cured without palu or Instrumental interGeneral has left for the scene of rcic sent in all parts of Hay Forks ference cents but want moro sheep to kill to show that anything was wrong but Sterility in usually tho result ot carelessness or Ignorance It can be remedied trouble to investigate Epilepsy or Fits cured by n never falling trcutmeuU So far as the big packers aro concern- Â¬ tho faint cloud of dust that first Spades Deafness many cases can bo cured A daring safe robbery was commit- Â¬ ed they say as soon as they learn warned tho cxpciienccd workers at uovcrn- frat concession mat Cancers permanently removed from tho most delicate organs by onr own peculiar Wednesday what the men actually want their de- Â¬ the mouth of tho shaft thai some Â¬ ted at Saltillo Tcnn method llttlo or no pain no loss of blood nokntfuor caustic the only potllire cure Ph trance iUo tho Scualo hat Shovels A 4tmtm1 ColoaaauK VHiiljtAnln WVI MAM4f fcVfV iu WVVIV O A M1la UV liU nil llliHU illflf lUlmllaMb1 morning The safe at Craver Ss Will- mands will bo granted bA nilVlUrVp TtllllVVVftV MJ wituuMt UIH where something was wrong When tit of the Presidential field MENot nlLafifpvwho BtiKtr from lndlRCJJnnatSiJi ezcexscs will boneflfby our counsel the full realization of tho truth burst Mattocks - iamson merchants was cracked by to a number of other Lftiirt t ftcifrinonU If tlicy observe certalntedlmonta lit thn urine or Irritation of tho uriuaxy Rev J Settc a missionary among upon them no words can picture tho dynamite and several thousand dollars u2 organs nicy suouia connun us wunoui ueiuy tnators who are secretly ic rarc i mm iwri The explosion awoke a num Â¬ tho Indian tribes around Lake Winni scene as mothers wives chlUJrgnyylf Tho doctor treats with unfailing success nil forms of Reetnl Illnense such as Files Ihil- - stolen great expectations of tho noire by u method of his own dlscorcrj Eriiitiila FIsHiiro and Ulrorntlon ber of tho citizens but the burglars peg and Manitoba writes that camps without pain or detention fiom business lie guarantee all case tord DSTnmQViiXx of the Axes Early Interference Is considered tho best ot Judgment la all cote and saves tlroo escaped in a skin down tho Tennessee of Indians hunting on the cast side of sh1 Ai tiio money and health - ll Itt til 9 llllillljj inn iriio LVf lVit9 Boys In Atlanta piayeu river They were evidently experts Lake Winnipeg speery is trly ho The succohs have been recovered and the search And everything necessary to phenomena attained In the treatment of the cases which mafces his evening with a pistol and it is believed came from Louis Blood vein riaH pnesdy Womlcrf nl Cnrca havo been effected in old and difficult cases which have baffled tho still goes on At Scottdalc Pa on a complete outfit for farming Lh they did not kuow was loaded ville or St Louis efforts of nil others visited by a band of wolves about a Thursday 02 dead miners wero As his rooms aro usually crowded it Is better to call early In tho day to avoid balng o families arc now in tears one for hundred in number They attacked buried in tho Catholic cemetery and Call and see us We defy delayed consulting liltn should bring from two to four ounces of their urine In a clean I dead bov who c Messrs Brown Doolan and Brow- Persons TTSver rot urn the camp and killed many Indians and on Friday somo 30 more wcro interred bottle for examination fothd tier constituting the Executive Com devoured them competition boy who in latlents treated by mall or expres bnt when possible jrtonal consultation Is prefer-Â¬ tho living at tho samo place Tho Company fur- Â¬ able List of questions sent on application tnittce of tho Farmers and Laborcrs Ono Indian cudgeled and killed 20 nished a neat casket for each of the ief cries but tchedncss of Ki All Consultations Correspondence and Cases Strictly Cea84eafial J Union were in session at the Fifth forgivo mo I wish J wirtrn Avenue Hotel Tuesday evening the wolves another Indian climbed up a 1ml 11 ifoiiifi n decently and Treatment sent C O D to any part of the United States nnd Canada Address uilh P OLDHAM postage for reply -treo with his gun and laid to l eat wltli tlio ntca of Jjr U XL JbUUiUAXt JOPX 4WI VIfiIgJJ5 cct under consiuernupn ucing One got upon a stage whicu 23 ly clum lu LSlll latter very liign aim tno wolves got nun locimic side on tno summoned to attend but did not Undertaking Furniture down and devoured him There is a Tho Farmers National Alliance in 17 IIS fill- 111 i X7 for Cleveland The committee HIU1 c his appearance Speolmen Cases great panic among the Indians in that session at Omaha passed the following lfW Am IV IT TTnloli and 8802 refA sod to rovcal the result of its delib - IVI ft say that there resolutions among others that were S II Clifford New Casscl Wis httcrlng On tho Republican side erations or io say whether any con- Â¬ quarter Iho Indians -aro no deer consequently the wolves reported by the committco was ti coubled with neuralgia and Blaine 39209 llar- - clusion had been reached There is vote stood aro mad with hunger That we most emphatically declare rheumatism his 6tomach was disor Â¬ Louisville juisk suiu bcuiwr- - considerable speculation of one kind toii aiuia against the present system of the Gov- Â¬ dered his liver wos affected to an Times 10903 Rusk 20740 scaattcring and another but nothing is known at f ernment as maintained by tho Congress alarming degree appetite fell away 903 Courier Journal this writing Ex Governor Leslie writing to a of the United States and tho members and ho was terribly reduced in flesh friend at Glascow from his new home The New York World calls Vice irho result on the tarifl has ueen THEof the Legislatures of tho several States andjstrcngth Three bottlesof Electric It will President Morton Tho Presiding In Helena Mont says Wo have Therefore Ave declaro in favor of hold- Â¬ Bitters cured him attcd with much interest announced in Iho Homestead Jan- - Pocket Book When the hero in Montana a number of Ken ing a convention on Feb 22 1892 of Edward Shepherd Ilarrisburg 111 It says Ary 31 and Farm and Homo lob present Administration was inaugu- Â¬ tuckiaus one or mor from almost ono delegate from each Stato to fix a had a running sore on his leg of eight -1 a considerable rated Tho World charged and proved every county in the Stat and I dont dato and place for holding a conven- Â¬ years standing Usod three bottles ot by and shows a McKinlcy bill an that tho Republican party had know ono that has not proved a suc- tion to nomiuato a candidate for Pres- Â¬ Electric Bitters and seven boxes oi Mr placed in the second office in the cess Indeed as you havo long ago ident and Vice President of tho Uni- Â¬ Bucklons Arnica Salve and his lesr for demand jf reciprocity and an Government a man who owes his ele- Â¬ seen and known Kentucky has been ted States Also is sound and well AND John Speaker song protest against vation solely to his pocket book It for sixty years engaged in raising not Resolved that wo favor tho aboli- Â¬ O had iho largo fever sores on his janada is a pocket book that is now presiding only fine horses and pretty women tion of national banks and that tho leg doctor said ho was incurable but brainy men as well and furnish Â¬ surplus funds bo loaned to individuals Onebottloof Electric Bitters aud one ulson Commissioner over the Senate and it is administer ing them to tho great Southwest and upon land secuiity at a low rate of box of Bucklons Arnica Salvo cured ikes the following ing parliamentary law and the rules Northwest who in every department him entirely Sold by W S Lloyd the farmers of Kon- - of tho Scnato with the intelligence of a of statesmanship and teaching agri- Â¬ interest Resolved ioa limited quantity of pocket book that tho Allianco shall culture and iu tho professions have -i Fire Insurance Fon Sale A nico cottage of 3 or 4 puo anu xoiiow i ryoi Charley Stull a colored trapper liv Â¬ mado their native State to shino take no part as partisans in political or rrco uuiriuuuon io ing on Dix river abovo the mouth o among tho governments of the world struggles affiliating with Republi- Â¬ rooms and aero lot on Winn street can bo bought at a fair price A very These seed are all Clarks Run caught last week abou There arc somo uolablo instances out cans or Democrats Resolved wn and their sprouting tho finest specimen of an otter Lutra that wo favor free and dcsirablo place for a man of small hero iu Montana and in other parts unlimited coinago of silver and that fumily For terms apply at this been tested by compo Canadensis ever seen in this section of this western country of Kentucky to ft measured three aud a half feet in the volume of currency bo increased to office tf rts They will be sent men and Kentucky women rising up 50 per capita Wo further demand Irees on receipt oi request length and very heavy Tho old mau and standing out as shining stars Do Not Suffer Any Longer that all paper money bo placed on an Write said there wcro three of them and he mo at Frankfort If You Want ijiamo and post office address has repeatedly caught all of thorn The Man About Town who says equality with gold Knowing that a cough can be check Resolved that tho laws regarding ed in a day and tho first stages of stjko was driven and the within tho last two years but with many good things for t 0 Louisville to this exception tho animals have always Times gets off tho following He evi tho liquor traffic should be so amended consumption broken in a week wo IcAil of earth turned on the dently sees somo things as ho oes as to prevent endangering tho morals hereby guarantee Dr Ackers EnglMi succeeded in getting out of tho trap MtAopposito Harrison street around as many a mans grocery bills of our children and destroying tho Cough Remedy aud will refund he fectlom Mlththe Worlds Fair Oauvillo Advocate usefrness of our citizens money to all who buy take It as per JniRE JjIGHTNING or IND STORM ulay last The digging was begun The Iadticah Standard says of the will testify directions and do not And our state Â¬ Dont hire a colored cook for your of the foundation of a tobacco crop of that section r iho laying T G Jpliax witty bishop a few ment correct oporary building to be used by the Enough is known now to speak ad Â¬ famjhjmtlLxau Jhay JUAfrfetalraye Talk To ilef of Construction and his assist- - visedly of the 1890 tobacco crop gijfl Vidonco that sho isnt running a months Lgo crossing tho Bay of Children Cry for PjtchLCastsria durlng the erection of the Fair its prospects Very littleof fijocrop branch grub dispensary at your ex Fimdy from DIgby to St John in That Torrlblo Cough ig proper Some of tho prop- - has as yet cliftTUFcS hands from thn penso somowhoro In the city If you company with a certain Mr Caswey Officedo and sco her Joaving for homo every The Day of Fundy Traders Deposit Bank Ljors wnoso resiuenccs iroui that which lias aud from nt Park threaten to bru uuimig nam uiuiuiu iiiiuui iiui uiui for turbnlcuQf jnjfto bo matched by In tho morning hurried or difficult ujjathored other wise it is mintiliii iitlll 1 lmniltn vakiclfm limt n HgHh Channel or tho Lay of breathing raising phlegm tightness jceedings to str tho sooner ou pay her oil and lot hoty- safe to put tho wholo production Biscay Mr Caswell was struggling in the chest quickened pulse chilhicss go iho befter per rent on an averago years produc with a violent attack of sea sickness in the evening or sweats at night all youll look into that bundle commuted tion This as to quantity which is If but tho bishop who was abovo such or any of these aro tho first stages of Wrapped so tenderly and neat W at Fort something near 10 per cent over that Dr Ackers English weakness was very cheerful and In- Â¬ consumption You will find it filled with sugar She fas- - of the year previous This estimate clined to conversation lie had failed Cough Itcmcdy will euro these fearful Fancy Groceries Staple bread and meat Coffee pickles riieck hitched refers to the Clarksvillo and Paduch Caswells name symptoms and is sold under a positive however to catch And with now and then a saucer vail and then districts and to what are termed tho correctly and persisted in calling him guarautco by T G Julian Knife and fork and silver spoons Her husband dark and heavy tobacco Mr Aswell At last tho suflercr And youll find that sho is feeding Remarkabje Rescue lion torcmau on The Loulsvillo Times in looking in a moment of case corrected him Haifa dozen hungry coons va 3000 over tho Legislative outlook thus 4ost Baying Mrs Michael Curtain of Plainfiold Ho sees things when ho is on thn AtofUTanter comments on tho race in this and my uamo is III makes tho statement that sho Caswell my lord r 7 IftwjiiA I went up to Cincinnati Caswell not Aswell wipitovJil8 entire Bath counties Tho big district kecrstoo caught cold which settled on her a few days ago 011 tho O and M BtMMi composed of Wclfc Mcuifec Powell Oh I said tho bishop eyeing him lungs she was treated for a month aS 4 vim low JmyodyM BV and Montgomery will haully allow flyer and it flow There wcro two critically as a now spasm seized upon by her family physlclanuut grow tramps who John L Williams to como back as it or three commercial Well worse Ho told her tslio was a hope Â¬ his unhappy acquaintance mado themselves very conspicuous iu tvi 41 o tuiiu iu r minion iiiu Mr Caswell dont you thluk you less victim ofconsumption nud that no- Â¬ r MWM and lli Fni mora Alllnnnn trying to attract atcntlon and tho IWW nw OBifl U no medicine could euro her Her bo as As well without tho sea ladies There are somo would ior ei of i- f WHrlfittcounty is tryiug to hit tice of somo ond they aro not born in From tho Editors Drawer inIIar druggist suggested Dr Kings New It lltUK rOrt arlrw LJ drummers Discovery for consumption pers Magazine for January sho Africa or Ireland either who if they bought a bottle and to her delight and couldnt at Wlwinner and were deaf and dumbother way would A gciitlemaiyiu Union courtly Mo found herself bonoflted from first l tract attontiou any dose Sho continued its use ond after f U P r Wlljr pwrfeMML Hum N llLht give their grips away for long tin who is too modpt a man to havo his taking k- ten bottles found heraclf sound riiamo mentioned iu tb Hdvyspspers HI 1ft ih horns just to make a noise lo lot pec J u n the mm wKCW truut At i and well nowdocs her owa by vrnrk uv t kind plo know they were around Some was eurcjL as V hi fHtaflflfhcr trying otlinc Aork fti TiL lnut Nragajr twd jjtfotisUcal a3ses mistake cliai cauor leoriiutlm ring M mu tx tiu k Freo and at the Best IclnerfBMrTiienfs fur thirteen a adWiout iuttWpetton atUfiheu to ini L lif n my or Cook ndA J n U 1 -- rincclon ami Caldwell county havo Kcnloii count a assessment for 1891 aiigal o build n joint workhouse fools up j28G0JJ81n Of this amount Kris 1ms four candidates for Mayor f20392i0 is in tho city ot Covington 1 Chamber Den Terry T 0 Tho incrcaso for tho county over tho SguriicSnmu Euwsids anrlilvcy assessment for 1890 5s a liltlo moie u Is promised an all four arc hus- - than ono million dollars u Tho building of tho Western Art It fs said Mrs J J Miller and Mm Association collapsed at Omaha on m McGrath of Flcmlngsburg havo Wednesday night Boughrcans pict Â¬ IwrUcd about 100000 from their ure Tho Return of Bpritig valued obelor brotllcr who died recently at at 20000 and many other very valu In Has Ulty able works on exhibition were ruined i Meutlemonr of the press Kindly Mr Tommjo McFclia died at his Ycryddad that paragraph about homo near Tark this county some people of Frankfort boycotting days ago at the advanced ago of 100 ivlllcv There is not a word of years Ho was said to havo been tho f Capital oldest man in tho county and almost lit ii He leaves several KNi tiitsiit Tntirn in tho State JMI1IU1 ui iy fj 1HiiitiU tf Glasgow Times children drilllmr a well at tho depth of fct struck a vein of silver sixteen Tho Danville Advocate si ys John M good find but a little LInney of that cltv is tho father of twenty five children nineteen of whom l cach arc living twelve of theui boys Hl HI soon have a new ton- youngest was it fact tir9 tho popular aud is a child poundborn this week daughter twelve klo fur less than the A decision by the Court Appeal In a Barren county ease will bo of In terest and value to School trustees and county superintendents throughout the State Thd facts in tho case says tho Glasgow Times nrti that tho County Superintendent condemned the old Hlscvillo school house and tho Board of Trustees levied a Ins for tfo build- Â¬ ing of a now 6no Tho collectiontho tax was enjoined on the grounds first that the tax was unconstitutional and second that the trustees were not properly served with notifications of tho condemnation of tho old school liouso Tho Court of Appeals revers Â¬ ing tho decision of the Circuit Court holds that tho tax was constitutional that tho trustees have tho right to levy a taxfur iijuuiillulngof a school house without submitting thb question to a vote of the tax payers and that a tax on the whlto tax payers for tho pur- Â¬ pose of building a school house for the whites is earnestly legal Tho colored people however cannot be taxed for a building for the whites nor tho whites taxed for a building for tho colored people The second point decided that the notification given the trustees was sufficient Tho contention on this point was that tho notification was not feufflcicHtabccauso it was not milted IInWCif nunu wwu - fcEDtGAU j1 it Ho Mono teFttMiMta GdmnfenceJ iJV4fcfciirf - I ATT E HTION O Jil Farmers Alliance t - ty rn r isS iraV MpTTO su1--1- -- i - Tir xwvw43h O riw MAN BOG t 6ul 1- n f n i I Kt t It 1 It II Is Â¬ Â¬ lit Â¬ A M A 11- r IP Â¬ Jifiks 4 Asvis lrTrinni otjrjp- iio k --- -- - iHKj Ertviusho m f I --- w- - c srfefe-L J J ju N - Â¬ furniture - Dealers UNDERTAKERS Good Ins rn hjuua-i-ciiula- tion hofpman -- fiu ji l r ilr -- ADAM SO JFORt talftfewilCg I Livirf juiijiij I STAPLE FANCY KToM05 1 HKIMiluldHtbr OCERIES1 CtJRED MEATS Lqwestrces s il mw - rhaffsm Cliarn-lHn-lu- lu arer nrfHiitU - ESH - LBLINGv rv DUUUC EXIff VERY ODD ABROGATE DINNERS TUESDAY IEBBTJAKY i 3 1391 ICLOTHING flMM M Jk Th fuanleaf bachelor dinner I over partook of said well known club MMtttf tb other evening I ate one la thf VffRlmwe notice that the iaa with a iatried friend of mine evening Yd by rilmter- - hell Is iJt toplcces which arp joined ki the daborbs whose wife was away i it hi Utt annual along pnelge by a hinge and some Â¬ My boat kao wiog that X was something of tlie examlna- - thing inside sems o Itohl the two of goarmet spread himself for tlie oc Running a eauton sr I plainly could see The reÂ¬ CiTJi service whijhiwmmi halves tightly togetlier ii bu the merit nyent jwwrtllr knife between and twletlag around we past farnlnhed was evidently of unusual elaJboiateaefls and it Vent fairly well 5vi called furth crushing rejoliukr soon open it and find what held It shut twtil the salad eame on I could not fim Uio comiojettkm in the shapaofa a large musclo at each end stretch Â¬ eat any ol that after the first mouthtotter to the Frothteut In hie report ing ft ORi shell to shell Anr Ingenious ful which I managed with difficulty to the Postmaster General wade these Urrangomont this so strong that when swallow Observing that I refrained Flruty that iu tlie opinion of the shell Is shut do ordinary forco can from the dish my entertainer said points the railway wall offlco one fourth or get at the fastenings Along tho edgo rate Tin afraid you dont find this first or pertom at tho hlngo are several Httlo teeth like One third of Iho eligible It has a peculiar flavor I ad have xMn the examinations pre projection on each Valve lltting into mitted reluctantly n Jtht aerlbed by the commission fall toJA each other and strengthening the shell Ah replied my friend who had tho requirements of their employment Then here is srprojectlon on ouo valve finished with apparent gusto Ids yhelp viiao salad Twos afraid that it eeond thatthe railway wall service iindfcetrntti35u-tac-OTncr-ir- Tr you see fFSfnoTiHwely prostituted to partis a mass cf tough ligament nhlq Is com- Â¬ mtgnt not prove satisfactory there was no olivo oil In the house and ends when ths administration of tin pressed when the shell Is shut and ol having nothing better on hand for the a PotoiHce Department was buyittr course will tend to throw It open Thr purpose I uijed castor oil Cor tho dress IteAf between Starch 4 ftnd May 1 muscles hold it shut ing Sfy with removing tho persons ap- He did not appear at all embar Inside the shell we find athin mus jjpofnted to that servico during the cular membrane covering over tin rassed at making this statement but what broke Win up entirely for the fa Cleveland administration and putting whole body and forming a thickened moment was the appearance at dessert back the trustand tried Republicans ridge at tho edges At the postcrloi of a hunk pi ordinary grocers cheese removed by Mr Clevelands Postmas end the united edges of this mantlo Why I ho exclaimed addressing Tho man appointed by form a long tube tho siphon which tho servant where Is the Uoquofori tcrtGeneral tlm latter before tho olvil service regu Â¬ can bo drawn within tho shell or that I ordered sent homo today Begorra sir responded tho hand lations wore applied to tho railway drotched out to a length of several mall service Mr Wanamakcr charac- iuches It Is through this siphon thai maid If you mono tho chose that come this afternoon from tlie store it was that terizes as jnorcbunglorpwhoso room tho water containing air for breathing moldy it had to bo thrown away and I after years ol cxpcrlcucc was more and small animals for food is drawn Bent back to the grocery for this that valuablo than their assistance which in Lifting up the mantle wo find on is nice and fresh Tlie other men in tho little party at ho would have tho country believe each 6ldo of the body two leaf like wa not the case with thoso true and plates covering mo3t of tho rest These tho club window smiled languidly at tried Republicans who had been ap are the gill and on their sijrfacc are this story but the bald headed mem bersaid jpoliitcd iirovlouoly uuder tho samo roinutd cell each bcaiing a ver Spcakingof dining out reminds me system To those observations the slender thread By the rapid motion of a repast that I enjoyod very much replies that of theso threads tho water is drawn tho other day in a small but very ertfcl civl servico commissi tho cojnmission has novcr rccctveu a into tho cavity of tho body and over lent restaurant hero in town What hint from Mr Wanamakcr that it the gills the solid particles of food struck mo particularly on tho occasion examinations are not what thoy should being carried along by the current to I speak of waa the exceptional quality lobster bj As a matter of fact the tests and the mouth which is at tho anterior of tlie garlic Insalad There was evidently it but that estimable vogue in the end We can recognize the end by the vegetable was so artistically infused systom of examination in department boforo May 1 1889 Lave fact that tho beak of tho shell is nearer that instead of communicating an act icon preserved Intact without change that point There aro no teeth in the ual taste of garlic it simply contributed under the civil servico rule and fit mouth so the clam cannot cut up it an indescriboblo and undefined accent ddjtlon an entrance test has been food Like most water animals it has nation to tho flavor of tho dish I asked that tho chef bo summoned ntad proscribed In tho form of an open a very large liver demanded of hhn how he was ablo to ompetitive examination which takeh On the back just bolow the hinge use garlic with ouch marvelous delicacy io place cf tho practice formeWy in is tho heart filled with watery colorHo replied and effectiveness oguo of allowing members of Con- - less blood We can easily see it beat Tho way I do is to chow up a small resB to uomlnato tho department though the course of tho blood from bulb of garlic and when tho dish is being stirred ppoiutces If aa Mr wanamaker Its lack of color is not easy to make tho mixture I breatho very gently upon That gives tho suggestion ys tho men who were appointed out It is a curious organ consisting of flavor which you speak of sir nder tho old spoils system composed of three cavitlos but tho most remark- Â¬ Pittsburg Dispatch ho most effective body of civil sor- - able thing about it is that tho intestine Tli MntloUns In Battle those of the animal runs directly through it uts in tho United States In connection with his army expe intcd now ought to bo still more Below tho mouth wo find a muscular lent seeing that a successful mass known as tho foot though it is rience CoL Pat Glhnore tho famous Yousco wo musician tells this story nation not politics now dlc- - not liko a foot in any respect musicians who march to battle ore their nomination for appoint- If wo prick tho edgo of tho mantle really tho only ones who aro unpro- Â¬ id tho probationarv order U It contracts and shrinks away indicntH tected We of course can handle no w iscly tho same it was in lormci rtngtltatthecam has a nervous system weapons and are at tlw mercy of bul- s The commission notes that So it has but itljsnoat all probable Jets To- our duty of furnishing tlie marching solt 1500 Democrats appointed in that It can feel any pain Wc lookvin Inspiring strains to tho one that of diers we liavo another ailway mall service during the vain for eyes though some of its rela- carrying off tho wounded from tho land administration were re- - tives hare them There Is an car but field on strettliers In one of tho batdlu the first eight weeks of the you would never guess where to look tles we wore on our way to the scene nt administration at least a for It It is In tho foot At least of action when wo met a soldier run and perhaps a half of the em- - there Is a tay too there which seem ning away from tlie field What ia tho matter I inquired in pa imnnSntid 1iirinr the nrccedluir to be moant for that purpose though chorus with several other of tho musiyears being removed at this it is doubtful if theclam hears much cians Tho man hurriedly replied Oh All those had been appointed That by somo means it becomos aware nothing at all Im only wounded in r tho patronage system that pre- - of tlie approach of any one wo know one of tho fingers of my loft hand Im 1mU by Mr Clevelands order from the jets of water thrown by the off to havo it dressed and will return again lway mall servico camo under clam as we walked across the sand But tho light of inspiration liad service rules on May 1 1889 To thoso of you who cannot get eome to us No unprotected march for lamaker characterizes them clams for study I would say that you us when our angels had thrown such ers If this characterization can mfke out all these points and a good chance In our way Wo seized ird with tho facts and is not many more from the common fresh tho man and said Get on tho stretcher unded partisan epithet it water clams which are found almost No no ho answered only ono of my lingers is hurt I can get on faster pear that under tho patron- - everywhere Why should I be carried f Do myself ono half of the m probably should bo a I walk with my hand Let mo go The lamb for market are of poor quality of such We merely repeated tlie order Get even after several breed that grows rapidly and get on the stretcher ity 1hat He didnt heed us reaching the rvlce they are worthless ahead of all others lu and again we said more empirically mut- Â¬ Got on tho Stretcher Seeing he was L0 nastcr Gcncral is thus shown market Use rams of the large ton breeds and a great difference will obdurate we inodo a bodily seizure of ESS imsclf formed a poor opin- forcibly on the wait nago appointments espe- - be noticed in tho size and vigor of the hhu and put him Tho best market on lambs are ing stretcher ad- - lambs de under a Democratic Then we beat a hasty retreat with Â¬ u With this showing of secured by the uso of Oxford Shrop oar burden Wo carried lum down a or Southdown rams long it of alleged bad appoint shire Hampshire hill to a place of safety and wo old system tho tonv crossed on common ewes or what ia took good earo to place our wounded cr the itrasts the fact that of the better on irraded ewes Pure brctl soldier in a distant place of security iVsaappointed from its lists lambs will bring more than the How were we to help it if tho battle was nearly over when wo returned to r auout market prjco for breeding purposes tho field I always toll tho generals 30 iRpJJiufc It is useless however to attempt to i have resigned or ucen with whom I fought that I was always lie department could have secure high prices and get tho lambs In advance of them in tlie rear of them if they had been in market early unless resort is had to Bt Louis Post Dispatch majes of tho mutton breeds men- Â¬ lit but it has not done so the Proposed Use of the Smokebatl In War to remove tioned nd it necessary In tho shorn fight at PcrtsuiotlUf in Practically 90 per cent of A flower has been discovered In lUcncr cf thoEmporor William an ad inmissions eligible continue to South America which is only visible vancing column was so affected by tho inecl as against the CO percent fumes of the smokeball wlilch was when tho wind blows The shrub used to raise a cloud of impenetrable ppniutees brought into service belongs to tho cactus family and is obscurity under which thoy could adpatronage system In the about three feet high Tho stem is vance that tho men had to keep their fars prior to May 1 1889 covered with dead warty looking hands to their noses to avoid suffocamakers allegation that one the It is now proposed lumps In calm weather these lumps tion itho commissions eliglbles dehowovcr need but a slight breeze to smoksball shall receive a furthor requirements Is thus velopment It lias occurred to some make them unfold largo flowers of a military men that instead of half sufThe no foundation creamy white It closes and appears focating thoir own troops it would bo superintendent eneral dead as soon as tho wind subsides better to follow the example of tho tail service are conclu- Secretary of tho Relief Society Chinese pirates with their stinkpots Our records Iut Kr5 and asphyxiate tho enemy ft ion snows tnai uih a Aro you tho wife of tho laborer A Vienna scientist bos accordingly The rich Mr Knlcklo has Invented tv bomb of such power and vi i oi inosu appoimeu Muller t system hava been dii- - just cauca on me to represent your mlenoe that every ono who is within a thereforc obvious that destitution and to ask that we should certain radius of it when it explodes is Devices such ftysfem a much more do something for you Ho fays that tendered unconscious as thoso would soon modify tho art of t of appointees Is sup- - you aro to bo turned out If you do not war and probably tho next developUer the old Tho effort pay your rent within a week ment jwill bo an anti asphyxlating That is true the civil servico record bowbl whose fumes will neutralizo And who Js your landlord of the other It is sold that many inent roust evidently bo The rich Mr Kalckle Fllgunde ors ago a ochemo based on tho throw- he facts are agtlust it of poisonous gases over a trace oi Blaetter n eoamvy was put Dcioro ino war uuiou Kreek Mason 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rgjT-uP-- fcfflA Wells VA The advoc It lJ3WtfTTfflrtJ t Bsairixjandoipn 2j CtcyTUkt first placo I am an iTSZZSrvZXly I wnt you to go on singing for my own benefit and fur- Â¬ thermore I Cannot tell how far the pleasures of the profession may seem to you to outweigh tho drawbacks or vice versa - WTB9 JULIAN HAWTHOBNE 1650 r American froo Association AS TUI3 WOUU GOES CHAPTER XH TO BS HONEST S A tho only thing Im good for thats all eaid she looking up at him I wonder what Geoffrey would say to By JovoUts that Ihought Wallio outrageous what fools theso boys arid girls will be They will they seom to Ilk Jtt Well then thoy deservo to havo Of their littlo miseries dont thoy ho courso thoy do I wish I wero checked himself and dropped his eyes which had dwelt too long upon her love- Â¬ liness Come come ho said to him- eelf severely this will never do At tend to your business old and pay proper reverence to your daughÂ¬ Its by his oxorliona that Gen Inigo vaspor i 8iioued to raise mysalary after tho first was told that 1 received the sarao that aho was to havo had Hamilton JoCelyn Is no mixed Up in this affair inquired Wallie with an air of dissatisfaction Sho had intended not to brin Joce lyn s name iutotho conversation but aa it had slipped out sho now thought it best to say It was ho who intro Â¬ duce mo to Gen Inigo and ho has been acting as my agent paying mo tho money And ho said oho added wish- tog to doieronemyjn8tico that it was mohtlu rttttVf 3j cfj e Rrj tiCiK-m Vw v - v ye mng WT ft - 9 a DIAEERS It Atflfc - - - Simple tif y tlint if it nli mil il fnrn nnt Tliiul tin lrnrnl tremendupUs siock oi iaoic jmens LorcnpwHuxzAiiKis h Im nrtyintv jo iskrfiH rngnsrHJTUum i i ii x snuuiu iuujjj i ktc IjiTfgS uiKfT Hosiery tiirQtight and paid a great favor Im an old man as I to make some more whether I liked it a neednt tell you and I am a slavo to my or not It would have to be made in iJuitj v iforc theAHcKinley Bill waspassedr W7 Vf habits Would you permit mo to smoke somo way you know and papa and -- M a cigarette What small wits Thava go thero seems to bo no other way but for iNTidb U hopelessly wool gathering if J dont keep mo to go on singing if I can get on en 1 V have mbfc Carpets- than all the them together with a llttlo tobacco gagement Miss Randolph smiled rne - t town pur togqyier i f i As to that said Wallio smiling w k as f My father always smoked said she only house that carries thei best ii v I wanted to make a fortune I would turn tat j It wouldjnake mo feel at home t impresario and make you my single in- iJE i brands such as LOWELLS iHART- I Dear mel thought Wallio ruefully vestment Let us assume for arguments m- v ttwp LORDS BROMLBYS etOM have let mo off as an elder sake that fromthO pecuniary stand sho might i v t ri1 brother But sho takes me at my own point you are perfectly free cither to go Vhich they sell as low as GtiIKr isafivry5valuation bless her heart Now let ua on or not Now of course there aro iM is HOUSES SELL INFERIOR MAKES 1 JV seo what can bo done ways in which you might cultivate mu i tti iThcrci nothing inittliat you tncy not Ho lit his cigarette and sent the sic without keeping in opera You could MVW sec tpwt you Tcaa tii Art ftV I Mr Wallio Dinsmoro had been in fimoko curling through his noso observ sing at a chnrchi ort when you feJJn viiViirii-Anina-Trv have the solok control rrM the mood at a private qtpuonoconcert dulging in n good deal of casuistry of is certainly a great resource ho owing to a desiro to reconcile hl3 ed and a noble one It has been stud But there isjsomethiag elso in tho pro of MShortQ Gljildrch S late bo true that it v thory that human beings ought to help audit may ones affections admits of no fession besides the singing there is tho mu iii t and Misses aro nufteeu audience Doyou know what I mean one another with his temperamental rivals If l tti tfot 6 if jCiCi pied ones humanaffections I meun cheapest inAtncHcav Yes said she in n low voice aversion to being mixed up in other peo ti W iti i JK and so I daro say is a magnificent stimulant be k JZMnr It r J ple a attaira iln might havo evaded tho n rt i L no cour l rtWro better than to devote continued Thera is no other to comdifficulty by handing over th Alsb A warranted self wholly to art You feel you pare with it in the world They say ones pth troubled it iitti -- l say that there is nothing else you could J Johnsons- ITand- would only havo been an indi- - possibly prefer to it that you wero when yon havo onco felt the delight of it nothing is so difficult as to give it up Made Shoes Fway of forcing his own hand Ho made for music and for nothing else i There is nothing that you would eiJ Rkcd a great number of cigars seated sho repeated in a change for it Nothing elso t f lus study chair and incitentally tried husky voice feeling as if with thoso That is noftruorsaid sho lifting i - words sho had surrendered her last so j Mf Fstare his groat whito owl out of councmj Ju a cr i d i a rr kr her head In a iflomont sho addodfBut Jul fnance but h hesitated sjlll w WV dont dealli IrfV IA4 Jlf- cret of hope of happiness ff Tf f I have fejt that it would be a great conOuo morning while thus occupied ho l7 r il1 lr This will come out all right thought solationWallfe glanced np and she il I heard a carniigo stop at the door and a Wallio to himself cheerfully Goods Atfol Honest if that blushed rj card was brought up to him Contrary ass Geoffrey were only here it might bo v Ho rose again from his chair and took 7 o to to his usual custom in such cases ho settled on tho spot t Jt i Aloud ho said another cigarette from the box on the fire jumped up tossed his cigar into the That being tho case I dont see how low bookcase Then ho went to another v- gave a pull to his collar and a jerk to you could bo more fortunately situated placo for a match which ho scratched his coat and bade the servant conduct With you circumstances expediency underneath thff mantelpiece Then he upstairs Mile Marana and inclination all pull together It was lit the cigarette and threw tho burnt By tho time she appeared he had re- not so with a young friend of mino end of tho match in tho fire after having covered his genial serenity He shook once who showed remarkable talent for shaken rapidly to aud fro to extinguish it haud3 with her with the quiet cordiality tho stage Sho had got so far us to mako receiv- her debut with every prospect of suc- it She watched him half absently of a man constantly in the habit of diplomatist This young Itandolpu Has earhed with hor own hands voico 1 business apart Jrom the things of fnl Shall we go to the notel togatnerr thinking good fellow ho was ing famous prime donno in his private cess when sho was unlucky enough to how quietwhat a how honest how kind how said Wallie when sho liad read tho hit- got himself iu a nice position I If Miss mean ir now is a good for nothing ship returned Marana with tho sitting roomjmd at tho same timo gave fall in lovo with and be fallen in lovo quick of apprehension But through ter Beatrix was not his sister or if Marana fellow who rob3 liis father of money to distinctness that marked hor utteranl tho servant a look which intimated that with by a young gentleman of good him beyond him No I cannot seo him Oh mybrotlu wero not his lady lovo ho could tako a spend on a loosewOman and let3 him- English Edward she contiil in his place she was iho would bo not at home while this visit- family here a lawyer You will seeing another figure which bIio never erl sho pressed her hands over hor fuco hand on ono sldq or tho other but as it self bo supported by his sister turning to that unhappy young jnaHaiued hardly believe it Miss Randolph hoped to behold again in reality Oh and bent her head down on tho arm of is hoshelples3 both woya X should think tM Dinsmoro has yfcur confidence Father Mile Marana is not You come in good season said ho you are so differently constituted in ho would feel tired What sort of a fel Hold your tongue sir- Never mind know of your foplishnees yes the perversity of human affairs The the chair tho owl and I havo just been talking every way from her continued Wallio I think said Wallio gently after a low is he what Mile Marana i3 not I and overy i no flau nght acsortedtho yq goodness that wo meet with is not tho about you Ho 6cemed well enough tho littlo Ive body elso know what sho is And you with a heavy sigh gravely but when sho discovered that goodness that wo want tho ovil that pause Mrs Dinsmoro has just did not ask for Mrs Dinsmoro be ho would feel pained if sho remained on happens to us is not tho punishment of como in that I lBo so good then moii cherw I know sholl want you to stay seen of him stand thero beforo moa beggar without gan tho prima donna tho stage sho actually gave up her whole our ovil I seo you think of him as your future a cent in your pockot qxcopt what your dovlJ Btniw a Ultle and smoko to lunch Shall I toll her youre heroY 1 Well I know interposed Wallie said Wallie smiling mistress may liavo had tha compassion cigar It is not three whp aro career And thoy wero married and Let mo go to her said Beatrix ris- brother-in-laWallio glanced at her through the have often tried topersuade her that the ho has never been heard of in a public But dont bo too comfortable That to givo yon ing suddenly andmoving blindly toward ny said a certain arl morning is tho proper iinio to receive way since Aud sho seems very happy smoke of his cigaretto with a sympa Â¬ the door Wallie drew her arm beneath young lady is not to bo played fast and you please and tell moijrod will do as tenderness sho withtone By tho Lord MP in her which I thetic interest half sad half humorous calkr bnt she hi still wedded to her tool But sho could never have had the and led her out Ten minutes later loose with I will not perinlt any man alivOito fanciet wa3 moro involuntary thfl superstitions- - You must try to put up same single hearted dovotiou to art that Tho heavy fur lined cloak that sho wore his Oh Tm not comfortable said Geoff slander that lady ctjlled out ypung Mr scious was thrown back on tho chair her head he was on his way up town with me I believe Ishould mako a you havo rey gloomily Now monsieur she ftVit Randolph in a whito heat of wrath Icaned baj ir sroqtTiujjnt Well I wont- - hit you while youre Ican understand her being happv turiiar her TuanTRMHPh so lain gyyefyjiCTte utka chapter xriiTlTtiisFi Sha is a lady o very injh of her Mcbl thoHAaaWiid Miss Randolph almost in down but if yougotup again look out ever says rue contrary uep xou may 1 await Gen Inigo Up till thai HOW flER BKOTlilin WAS POXIStlED black dress revealed tho litho beauty of ease 5pjbo emsivoreu 1 Whero is this young cjunp i wilrsP Then Wallios heart smoto revilo mo all yon ii And bIio leaned bacll not say a all yours color dawnsniIor chocks him tbatliehad played upon her After her figure there w03 a soft dimness and arfiint Up stair3 1 believe with his father word though as Mr DlnsmDro hero chair and rested one hand iwJK about her eyes a little strand of bright Hoyenton Til havo a hack at hiiUf to begin told you you abandoned my sister to other inner lap ill what did ho know about what had I seo by the papers that you aro soon occurred between her and Geoffrey hair had strayed across her forehead with You may as well keep yourself to tho insults of all tho blackguards in i The genera will no doubt to leave us It must bo pleasant to you There may havo been a veritablo trage How mournful sho looked How easily yourself until yon hear from ino again town for tho nako of tho money sho for himself that is not myaffal respect and regard aa ly instead dfj an ordinary lovers misun- sho might bo happy How gladly ho to feel how much Wo caut afford any moro blundors was putting into your pockot But I Bhould liko tl Mr Wallie Well as renown you have won sinco you derstanding As a matter of fact ho bad would mako her sol But those who have Ho sent up hia card aud was conduct- Â¬ Dinsmoro ho added turning to that whether you perceive any distind here 1 hope it may soon bring you no suspicion of tho tragi comic mistake the good will have not tho power and canio ed to tho room wherotho Randolphs fa- personago veen 1ns accountability anditl you aro a gentleman and thoso who have tho power I hope back to us which was tho immediato cause of their to gracious exclaimed Wallio to him ther and son were Tho lattor was Ill speak to you You seo how I stand this young ladyr Do ypu respect mo Mr Dinsinore walking iip and down tho floor while and you cant wish nib to feel more huseparation Ho thought it probable that self that ho is suffering the torments Y6u would say it is his fatl demanded she fixing her eyes on him she had revealed her truo name to him of tho damned the former stood with his back to tho miliated than I dc I dovomy sister only her misfortune I may havo been a fool You were an enigma to mo at first and supposed that thoy had differed on fire looking as high shouldered and dig God knows it in spito of all tho trouble To toll ypu tho truth Diva thl but I respected the public career question which ho In my timo but nothing should over he replied immediately nified as iwssible Ivo brought Ou her Sho has replaced seems to mo to Ho between all have made me turn my back on a wo-Â¬ you involuntarily oven before I knew had just illustrated in liis fable I aui hero said Wallio pleasantly tho money I spont and not a cent of it you but less belongs to her man like that And ho reseated himthat I was right in doing so In order to givo himself and her timo self witli a resentful vehomenco after tho formalities wero oyer unof- willlcver touch if I luivo tostnrvoin the that Ho met her look as ho spoke and she for reflection he took up tho conversaficially on behalf of the lady vyho has streets But when I found on landing in drew a creaking remonstrance from his It is not Who apportion felt that ho spoko what ho meant been singing tho past eeason under the new xpnc tpday that t was mysistori monsieurf but if say the tion at another point In the event of armchair trj I 1 came to ask you to help mo respect your accepting uumo of Mile Marana1 another engagement who hoou taking Mp Maranaa known then tho affair muatl Do you thiuk Miss Randolph he yself sho said with a panso between ho said I suppose Inigo would bo the Mr Dinsinore said Randolph Sr placo Jiad I know I was dono for Tho two it will asked that tho timo would over como iDid you know that I was an actress as fortunate man twisting his eyebrow sternly you are women in this world whrm I lovo and But your know that the when you would prefer tho consolation Boll as a singer perhaps not aware tha the lady is under honor by George aroTset ngainsfceacb suffer would bo the Bister Nothing has been decided about you rofer to the first that sho replied falling with a sense of to the thing it consoled you for I knew what my especial charge other and I who would defend either pf dolph consolation foment wo mot nnswered ho with a relief into tho business tone I have known for some months that em with my life can do nothing Af tor I have sho A consolotionisonly a smile A slight rnoriiment of thel replied with a little Scndly smilo But I had seen Mile Ma- been told that is it seems that there she is your daughterJMr Randolph but punishment hkd that its not your Maranas eyes showed thaS you must not think that I am was abroad tia no ono is aware that sho is under your shrieking and stamping may bo a difficulty I had not thought of that can make dated the significance of meaning anything except in a general ijho did not need to ask him whether a legal trouble especial charge This money that I have way m6 feel any worso ho said looking his phrase for her rival Itf onl Iliad kopt her secret Between per been receiving sho went on I should only find it more tire I do not understand you eiri said father iu tho faco after a monsieur1 she- said sin J sons of a certain order of integrity os- - pause has been paid of course to Mile Bomo than usual to havo nothing to do After fifteen minutes I await Ocn In Mr itanuolph fiercely ijo At tliis jjpintWaJlie tliought the time shoulder and looking aside Isurancea of such a kind aro superfluous Marana Tho agreement according to now that I know what it is to do someYou told mo several weeks ago in was como to interpose Ho lwdaless tho necessity to each dew Yhen Wallio reached tho hotel ho I She breathed a sicli of relief Ho had which it is paid is signed bv her that thing tho presence of mylriend Beilingham sympathy with tho father than with the without regard of pcrsprt met Geoffrey in tho vestibule You kn Wn and yot had not withheld his re is not by me So Speaking in a general way however it 3eeins that legally had better have stayed at homo and who remembers t tha you had but the son whoso chief crime ftcr all seemed TherP ttro twp jrijasons 6ppct tho respect of a gentleman Her would lam only her representative her dep- dont you think it- as such be unwise built my faotlago foivmo remarked tho slightest acquaintance with her And to bo that ho had lost his head and his ngnx one to mfiict iuja Bud heart began to tako a little courage uty to seek consolationuntil ono your charge of hor ha3 amount edjp so senso pf pcrsomil responsibility as it wero and she can if she You fbrloYs other to gesomoadvantl I think I know your father Mr Han chooses demand that I mako over all was quito certain beyond tho possibility fonner as they shook hands little that she has today como to mowho sake It was nomore than justlco that selves xs yours the first d lph ho resumed with tho slightest the money to of a doubt that consolation was tho dont do had no right to oipect such hji honor for both of tlifehi should bo arraigned for her But of courso all the I havo something totcll WhytehOuld ybu jissUfl You must not money or most of it has been paid thing ouo needed at cent of interrogation and1 protection their beliaviorfarid it was poetical jus Bieur inquired tho Russia I know all about it lvo been chat- Â¬ counsel was said qiiletljf Oh of courso there can bo no doubt think mo a Paul Pry but Mr Randolph away for to my father so you seo thero Tiiis but with a cerBepauso in this case til she answered is a gentleman of tho old school not a would be trouble But there was in her ting with tho lady tho last hour Im tain warmth and imphosis thatabashed two that tho arraignment ofoacli ehould come from the others But it had gone vantago to bo derived tone aud iu tho suddon inquiring ex disappointed in you Yourehonld havo Mr Randolph a good good dissimulator and ho accidentally Humph ejaculated Wallie taking deaL lie turned betrayed himself to mo one day without a pinch of his mustache between his pansion of her oyes a feeling less of con- married her first and sho would havo red and opened his mouth onco or twice far enough and was npt in itself agree- - though I can imagine left tho stage of her own accord afteruuiu ior a uiira person jo listen to wisumg to crusun knowing it Perhaps I ought to have thumb and forefinger He meditated for viction than ofmisgiying and suspense as though to speak but no Vords came I think thobesi thing to doebaidj aginohcr cOndejcigW tol wretchedly a while staring at tho owl which si- as if the earnest emphasis with which ho ward confessed to him but I am a Hereupon EdwardRaudolphput in his is to go to MlleiMarana at once and Iron oTlOTuayV That was not the question But how undecided mortal about such things and lently returned his gaze Who is your had spoken had lod her to suspect that did you know oarv Whatever may havo been my learn hpwsho feplsaboutjt Tlwutat j ho might know something of great mo- Â¬ 1 I havo been dobating for tho last month lawyer ho inquired at length I had begun to think That you wuuted to marry her I am sisters position before my arrival sir ter may perhaps bo arrangqd quietly moro was too trathful to ment to her He had no such knowl what I had better do More than a month said ho its another thing now Til If youll como with mo I havent any MrEdwartl plimepts eiud Maranfr v I in fact ever sinco Geoffrey Bollingham edge but ho had a strong persuasion only mad north northeast When tho look out for her Was it Inigo who we ii uo wnat wo can wind is in tho southf But ehos 1 went away amue that enhanced too that sho was tho victim of a misfortuno i i i No ho I dont know whether it hod i If you doit will bobutaitardyjre- AlLrightr returned Ed whwdflthf too goouiocyoui- As he carelessly uttered tho last occurred to him Tho truth was that that might bo set right and ho pertno services ano has rendered rage had left him in a verv dem esSed luce Tho poJnt ib that sho tho laugh you words his glanco passed over her Sho Hamilton Jocelyn in requital of Therpmaybomorp rep tho in- ceived that tho timo was now como during thonSwalaw months ro- - and iraotablo state Ill do whatever ono leaves unsaid than J did not move an oyclid Her breath jury to his feelings had written tho when he might speak to her openlyftn ter turned Wallio with a peculiar brigfifc you advise1 c0Q in Great Scott Do you moan to say nessiphls stopped for u few moments bnt that could prima donna a Ah X comprehend tliiit also N gray1 eyes letter in which ho had tho subject which lud all alOAi And I wash my hands of yotf flirl Ttnf Ifflfcni iwnf not be seen hi you didnt know who sho Isi consiuer itrnnVJtnnwl fllAynrviVA HiirrfmaMrn an Iia hrHi f1utr iniml i nave spenaau ipa I don t recognizo your right to med exclaimed Randolph Sr to his son as umyou f Sho has already learned somo things hhd further announced trying to sing welL and thln Ilti was a knock at tho that itvMJiiWJaiyitlJ M0 T T1rtniTr fliA VVV nnn dle in our family affairs cried Ed an- tho hit ter moved toward the door OPVnmttA fot VHW V W1I poor girl thought Wallie toniTBise But spmQ onp fics myfl nnruoso immoaiatcivi--r- ULIIWUUb illD UUUi UUU bUU OUiVUIlb UUUD ill WlbU it in tho W W placo But i V Ed took no notice of this faro well shpt tier singing is borrowed to first jy didnt she tell grily Your main object in entering tho pro roal MaranajyfTthB rawition thoneht lotter i Your family affairs are liable to bo and ho remained pretty much silent all nil of uffira you n ression must bo uea iy achieved ho L that I have dono in my liJ Tho messenger boys waiting sir sorvicos in tho ovont Do you suppose said Geoffroy grave public property before long I intend for tho way down to tho Albemarle whero ing Wo singers monsiourlj presently coutinuj 6herejttino of a ioonerher hisIt is doubtful whether ho said aud wants to know if theres tho aako of Miss Bandolph to prevent it they presently found themselves in the prosecution ly that I would havo gono to Europo voipo wnou it is stiU tbel ho really contemplated any action of the an answer privato Bitting room of Mrs Peters as of us If that taken fron if I had known that tho man whom 1 if pos3iblesaid Wallio coraposodly it is Tell him said Wallio sternly to saw object kind but it would not havo softened the the Perhaps Mr Dinsmoro will oxplain she still preferred to call horself ton nini i that thero was all that npthmg loft We pu Hostopped Tho handwriting mystery justified me she said quickly himself suggestod Randolph senior in Sho had been sitting at tlio piano but noma nnlovelines3 of his present sensations goto about was her own father anu our uemrw If a less defiant tone BIfl were you ho replied I would could he have known that Beatrix was on the envelope had caught his eye as tho gcntlomen entered 6ho rdao and years ii is work aud Wallie stared at his friend a moment you will excuso me ho said glancing and then laughed auyself in the f uturo I wish to find out from ypu before camo to meet them not in tho least surprised or shocked at TJiis is very sad and we have maiiy 1 it can I sing any morer the position ho hod token It seemed to at his visitor while he tore tho letter said he I have the memory of meeting you stnWKloe Bomotimeaw And if 1 aui not mistaken resorting to other means whethor Mllo piking for the public I should 6ay her quite in keeping with his character open lio took in its contents with a you were with mo thatday when Ran- Marana means tp tako mefures tp assert before sho Bald to Wulllo a3 slid gaye hat other persons lovcl No answer Ill answer it in dolph carao in aud gavo himself nway any rights she may believe herself to him her hand whoso softness contrasted Well you see T would forever xou nave gained a ho might givo you some annoy look have in this matter answered Wallio with tho bright hardness of ths jeweled m which nothing can dislodgo anco Wallie admitted after further person ho said to the servant who Howoverl What aro you going to do to somo lady all the im t need no other woman a repu- ringashovoip consultation with the owl but Im by She looked at Ed but earnedj Tho real Marana is hero or rather fixing his oyes on Ed in my luo and Miss Randolph said Wallio stand at tho Albemarle the public will easily forcivo no means suro sho could obtain a verEd looked at his father but inado no mado no rcuark to him I want to know reply my dresses than I W1 rase you- Imvb put upon them dict I imagino sho must have writ- ing in front of her with tho lotter in his what sho i3 going to do Sho may do I had giyeii up tho hppo of seeing ypu when sho sings tho audf KkWvn nnflifnn- - in fnrtAvaJ And in case sho does Wallio re this seaiiou Diva observed Wallio with xnat is Marauar ten to Inigo definitely withdrawing hand and a peculiar smilo on his face cido to mako trouble i m indeed tlSCfi vn nnni sumed Iwish to know you from tho engagement and Ills this is from a friend of mino whom you There KOKTiKUxni trtiiii I wonluTJaiv for mo Bha Bajdi substitution of you Was thathence way know Theres nothing in it that you fortunatelyis ono obstacle inciter way Mr 131 ward intend to actwhetherher or a smile You drove Gen Inigo to his MSSiSSfix with wit8 pnd the uie tlian mado itK jr Yoice ixiiero is of it may not seo will you read it That would bo farther thanlnvould Two Olqtao yf Cbryj n Witna tremor in Ho will act against her I iwlU nn liko K KO mvself sho renllfwl nnlntlv She took tho letter saw tho signature Yes aud I boliove sho paid tho for- Â¬ Well it would be awkward for herT xwo eorgeousty atu ao one elso I can go Bcoldiug feit let her hand fall to her lap for a mo- Â¬ to prosecute tho sistor of hor lover 8yer for that put in Randolph senior I think ho did hot stay long there him l nd two Kriiny faced I dont think you noecTvt ment then lifted it again and road as Belt Then 1 dont He Is her lover only iivthejsonsqtliat with decision iler oeauttnufiicewaB calm and 4rvkA tA oliiaAxtaktnjl Aitr returwd Wallio wUh his MndliHn0 There can at anv thinkboyou need worry follows J prefer tp answer for mysojf ir quito impenetrable If sho meant JsHi l he wanta to marry Her rate no doubt that Tlwipaetisuono witli Icon imaya you havo done tho singing and as sing- ir WAiUE I returned tlili morning In VWhat about that hundred thousand rotortoa La frowning uppn his parent clucf sho meant it very deep down She voa have had an uphill umo oi it Ireland I met a young fellow named Randolph Answer for yourself sirinbatQu UidnotsmUpbutneijrwa3theany VnamOayt four thousand dol wltb a lady who turntil out to bo Mile Hama dollars ho gotrid of fa - Shriiir 6t them m many ways But you have gono far a vjiighl i notoO And tho older gentleman excitedlyJvYoull MMAb iIt is as I say nevertheless ij one or roe gtnsa wnuiiuu completely Mllo Maranfts I didnt know wbat to think but came on at onco rehabilifote havp enough to answer for then bearing iirfivn p threo thonsandtho first month In order to worn her nametalco here At the Geoffrey gavo his friend a synopsis of character and I should fancy she would ItWJi hotel I found Randolph and hl tether It ns my rortuno toDeivoU ftcqnatnt- I what Hel wise had told hlmon tho sab- - ossmxi you You Will hnvtf t6 ul 7 T Tlwyl be very Jetecfcantlo have it known that and thirty- that tbo former and Marana had arrlred a for tho forluno that vdu haVo dissioi Iwiqithe ldyfcwHolMWbeearihgin40ouy j A4 vindi few houtbepru oonwioliBr steainor Our she rnuot cWmtha merit of the vn down on a oaov Hrurersv r in vw mi i ouii thsre is all jih6 mbro wa- - lt a fortune which belonsrod rfVol Mairani weut out till mo know aoroW lIn tliat Another season ypu wouid Inigo certainly rt cation moro than it docs to hialGreatlentttuil ircelvpd that It would be nsek to Imin said Corrjel whre From mnethit I uaopeswd to bear CM ovJU iui ia lAt nwci ivtl-lJl1W-11- ouiu i ante tt n 4UIOV uui probably be ftpt from vulgar annoyance turned from Europo spaent Wliero vvauiaiyoU bpl bboI Randolph say to bli son I begin to wpct I hare sat about1 thevbtwn with Rwomanof aoquleeoencp fn A1AA t1 F Itt HJ MIJMM la UAllM W llil Uvtri Vfte you to ooatinue your present gotMaramfarur IBautiauauonlaineatMwiciieu Lto kupw f yoursistor your sistei Bwr i Yahjolwrvotbe w caliberand temperament A she wlnquireu ezDlaln urheuisearour3 fiIchmuat beatTml iJ ngteui bat in your own nnio ma with WlHe aillrmedi MQTpi uiole litliil MV4U1U UVGitUilWlJm yvd you 8eenJieon tho subi ruawrii yourjnuuu Jir ivaiiujrij The two ladle muatnot meet at pnxwntU kHutaide protectfott which ILawuld advantage of your being a debu f1as loaso hadjiot paidypiir disso l B fif can help It If ybuiTrt this In tin Jet m hew flDiyJKks ft bieht iuor havo had no opportunity yet a roo tocomniAua you Ran cut it down Pmvfeytp keen the tttHJiof fVlIi sill W nwitui ttia moncT nvhipu tout r f However I A Mr Jojilvn that So I P Mieo Ktwitnlnli f ter Ho got up and said aloud Wallio throve ftway his cigarette and rubbed hia nose Well ho sold pres ently J daro say Joctlyn know what ho was about I should like to hear whut he has to say in Inigos presence Impresariostind agents aro hunian nndt need looking after occasionally What I thought was she 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