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M V3 JI v jmtjWWP1 y tr xvrarsTKsr r e t n -- tr TffT fY4Hi---V-i- i - r -- ei i wiaaata MT STERMNG-- ADVOCATE A 9 5 WEEKLY JOURNAL wwmmn 5 m IDENWAL jaffZEfiTi Ss1 in ii I wwwrwwiii timt wmimiwi IN INTEREST WITH TS OWN PEOPLE - IK ADVERTISING RATES w MT STERLING KENTUCKY TUESDAY OCTOBER 18 1892 9 KO12 fi c A to -- SSE 5225 JUlIlJi 08 8 i 3 g 2 Ono Year SS Insertion 8SSSS8SSSS8S S888888888S8 Sir Months 88 Insertions Three Months 18 Insertions Xwo Months 888888888888 83aSS8S28888 8S2SaSE88888 Eight Insertions Ono Month Kour Insertions Throo Insertions Two Insertions 388888888888 8SaS2gS8888 w o e in g - n n lJBj Blnglo Insertion S8S8SSSS8 rtl lMMWOgJ25J Court Directory iZZLvs jasrissrw October conKTT COURT - jcai James W urday in cacu Vi Groves presiding First Sat- - AuJftZl representing Sixty Electricity 6000 c p search lights will illumine Tt AUVRTT Attorncy-at-LnMt Sterling Ky their course through tho most pictur ScVKonrtsot Kentue esquo portion or the lagoons and as theses stately barges average 50 feet OIjlVEAltorncyntIwnnd Surveyor J hi length and 30 feet in height it is real estaVo transactions or expected that a scene of unusual spleu the same P anytlli conceding dor will result Tho float representwuthof KMT KHamefl ing Electricity is thus described by - AGENT ON -- thd designer It THOM lSOX M D This float will need no search lights to reveal its beauties RAILRC5AD O C Indeed as it approaches these lights west of depot wjll be darkened so that it may tliq store Mt Sterling Ky moro perfectly reveal jts own glory y K42ffl5f Manufacturer and dealer in Tobacco IIozs Tho golden bargois of capacious form heads Rough Lumber and Lnkelce Wo mako KJ KING FORDoIMfcBteinBvi our business which Is booming by doing the Within it seems to bo filled with CO best work and offering Rough Lumber at spec TOADMUCXOTK1EI18 J0 ial prices which aro never met Wo also do clouus supporting a Hugo spucre rep WH0MCSAM5 c m custom sawliu CINCINNATI Q resenting tho world This globoj hjdndcdMnirtlirecticTs wXhtiTbii ZELR1GG City Attfy AtUrioy atlftW MUStcrllngjlvy sands of incandescent lamps of vary Lewis Appcrson ing color incessantly Hashing now green now blue now crimson a lain APrEIlSON AUCTIONEER dred tints Upon it stands an heroic OfilcftAj ffw MT STERLINQ KENTUCKY figure of the Genius of Electricity TE JJIIOOKS Attomeys-at-Lato tho pcoplo of Montgomery Offers his services counties Prompt nttentlon bearing aloft a brilliant electric lamp surrounding Motgomery In the given to all sales of Personal Property nnd Real On tho high gilt prow stands Frank Will Practice Powell counUesanuou Clark 24 vr Jn Estate Terms Reasonable BatluMenllc lin with his kite By ingenious ap Cn the Superior anu aw Oaldwclluulldlng punuces real lightning nasties are tit ADEIIAVEN mado to flash about his kite Attorncy-at-laOn H 24 South May8vlllo Street In aU Omit elovated platforms on cither side of omce Court Opposite Opera House of tno uomiimu tho great globe aro seen Morso and SUDDUTU w A N H I STONE 8UDDUTH Edi6on with their discoveries Far STONE torwaru sits a lemale ligure repre UhanAraactephonel 1 Corner senting Europe and far behind anoth FRANKS GORDON ningi Louisville Ky or representing America To the lat fr JETS ruodoiu Have mado a great change in their Clothing and Lhoe business They have tho goods to suit ter little winged figures aro bringing Sterling Ky Mt both rich nnd por young and old ut priacc un Office over Mt Sterling National innw Her fingers rest upon heard of AVe are selling now su2ts at fcUiOup messages Ncns Shoes at 05c up Ladles Shoes at 7tio tin key Europe receives tho Misses ShooaaUOc up Also great bargains in telegraphic G NCOXMD MU Sterling KyiirK bmco Room CTyler Apperson messages and reads them from a tape Gents FnrnisMDgGoOuS Hats Gaps dence on yuecn aireuu Vhilo other winged figures witli We receive new goods every week Dont trumpets proclaim it to tho world forget to call and see us at AtterneyaM LawUnK y This barge will bo provided with promptly attended to Collections powerful dynamos to produce tho marvelous light effects PIATT Veterinary Surgeon Midway Ky PROFESSIONAL w colds con- Â¬ Electrloty at the Colurnblari Pair to liangou all wlu We aro told that tho water ways tracted In tho fall Buch cases catarrh or chronic which aro such an important feature tor In bronchitis aro almost euro to result of the Chicago Worlds Fair will liter- Aflfty ccnt bottle of Chamborlains ally sparklo at night with tiny colored Cough Iterttcdy will euro any cold lights in unique and fantastic designs Can you aflbrd to risk so much for so Varl colored lamps will glimmer in This remedy is tho dim green depths of the lagoons small an amount intended especially for bad colds and Hidden and buried among flowers croup and can always bo depended and translucent water plants thoy upon For salo by T G Julian will appear like veritable ignis fatui or as skimming over the surface of tho water in electric launches like W E F Robertson giant Great submarino water files MANAGERS sea serpents dragons and sea nymphs will peer out of water and cast horri ble but harmless looks at tho happy thousands who may clido over tho rippling bosom of the worlds fair waterways Expensive designs for this featuro of tho electrical display will bo brought from Europe at a great expense They will consist of Manufacturers and dcalors In all kinds oi Chinese dragons winged horses sea monsters and all the horrors of laud sea and air that the invagination of man has in tho course of centuries given birth to At tho dedication ceremonies in this month tho visitors will bo treated to a White Pino and Poplar Singles brilliant spectacular display entitled Doors of all Sizes Sash Glazed and Unglazcd Progress of tho Centuries andVmoi thd twenty four floats ill be ono rep- Â¬ Window and Door Frames Moulding and Brackets of all kinds resenting The Genius of Invention application of steam etc and ono Verandas of every Description It is not unusual foi4 A POLITICAL OBJECT LESSON H And hWlshes lie hadnt voted forAebnry ntall Theres still a memory living And a pcoplo nnfm glvlng Who will cast their voted for llnzelrlgg his fall thcrcsa Jndgcs heart thats broken Theres a nnmo thats never spoken i iV TTyler STAR Planing Mill Co it t 4 i Rough Dressed LUMBER J 1 l who Star Planing Mill Company li vf 5 tmd Josiah Lindsay J ASBURY nigger lor whom Judge Holt voted againBt tho whito man Cecil Oh you dandy you gcraniumyou thick lippcdwoolly sou ot4Afrlca It takes a mighty good man to vote for you a high toned gontloman a non politician Judge W II Holt voted for you against tho intelligent gentleman the pride of tho mountains the lamented Cecil Judge Holt is for tho Force Bill and ncgrobayonet rule sweet-scented- 1 I ivf - - - v tiitp CECIL The man James II Hazolrigg voted for against negro Asbury Tho white man for whom Hazelrigg and Lislo voted against tho negro Asbury The Democratic nominees found plenty of honest and capable white men in this white mans coun- Â¬ try of ours to fill tho offices without trying to put a nigger in office to domineer over tho whites Hazelrigg and Lisle aro against negro domina- Â¬ tion and tho Force Bill - tho- - ti t Â¬ State of Kentucky jMontgomey Co SCT MBBRit - Montgomery County Court certify that W H Court of Appeals of Kentucky on Aug 6 1883 in Mt Sterling Ky voted for J W Asbury a negro for Register of the Land Office ftgainst Ij G Cecil a wiite man which vote is recorded on the poll books on file in W I G A Whitney Clerk Holt now a Judge of the of the Â¬ mjbfficet - - h - - raff i3 WHFLETCHER J m77tV7 H XTNKYfClk- By W B v- 1 p1SSffisS v OConnell X D GT ecklnrlclKQs Congrd ssman i cllriittlon De- - A 3 MAGAZINEFORi 1 GENERAL NEWS springs aik is again an opentown and tho clinking of the chips is as vigorous as ever C T Buddekeone of New Orleans wealthiest grain dealers suicided ia tho Claybourn drink led to it In Maverick county Texas Mrs Susan Nicl aged 70 killed a panther with an ax whilo two dogs were wor Â¬ rying it and distracting its attention A disastrous cave occurcd in the new leveo at the foot of Pine street Now Orleans Monday and the break gives every indication of widening The break is 125 feet wide by 25 feet w The Bargain Store The Bargain Store Strecctice Â¬ day Will bo in Mb Sterling on Court needed will answer telegraim DA When J 0 MILLER Wilson successor to JwardvanantAntwerp Dr Wm Van opposite tno court noub Ofllco with fahort street Miller BHIIAyuuiaV Dfflco near n sidence ot cor lilgn v ojgumuiu w INSURANCE AND H CLAYMOKEE M anillntr KV upstairs corner of Court nnd Broadway Attoi-ncy-at-ia- Offlco d 8 HURT I i and located in the city or ut owning w ondu ad tlco in the couits of MontgomciT Rath loininif counties and in the Superior Court v uris 01 jvui Court of Appeals and Federal tncky Prompt and careful atlertlon wUl bo given to all business entrusted to him Mt Sterling Ky Office In Fircr Rlock np stairs with J ju x Illiott Having recently removed from t Attorney-at-La- w REAL ESTATE Lowest Hafes Choicest Companies Promptest Settlements OF ANY AND ALL AGENCIES GHASREIS MANUFACTURER OF In October tho Arthurs New Homo Magazine celebrates its 40th birthday Tho leading article is an illustrated history of JLho Magazine from Mr Arthurs time to tho present Illus trations iucludo tho prc6s room bin tiory luces etc winio tno history is an exhaustive record of tho Maga- ziuos birth and growth Photographs and sketches ot many contributors both pa6t and present aro included Ono of tho curios of literature ap pears in tho anniversary number of Arthurs It is a manuscrip found in a ruined city in Central America written in tho Old Maya language placed in tho hands of priest Juan Diaz Izabol Guatemala by a dying ludian ono of his flock who certified to the wonderful circumstances sur- Â¬ rounding it Father Diaz had it translated and was so impressed with lis wcirti siguincanco mat no sent a vorbalim copy to Mr Walter Fernan Â¬ to do with it as you dez Jackson Mr Jackson has with groat will care and ability edited and given to tho litorary world a story passing strange Tho Man with a Hoe is an illus Â¬ trated story by Miss Elanor B Cald Â¬ well and is a realistically horriblo bit of pathos suggested by Millots torrlblo man loaning on a hoe and a week spent in Barbizon It is tho second story by Miss Caldwell pub Â¬ lished in Arthurs X Saddles Harness Bridles Halters c S REGULATE THE STOMACH LIVFR AND BOWELS tho largest and most com pIotioUuQof cnorar Saddlery Goods I carry S PURIFY THE BLOOD A RELIABLE REMEDY FOR jn t Ji tf -- city- - iv rzp it All work mado of first class material i BiiM--l nnll ml I anu uy bkiiiuu wuiftiii oxamino stock and lcam prices CHAS REIS Indigestion BlllonincM Headache Oantti potion Djfpcpilophronlo IJrer Trouble DUilnot Ilud Complexion Dytentory OffenilTe Breath and all dUorden of tho J Blomncli Liter and Bowels S Wpjuis Tubules contain nothing lnjnrlom to J conttltutlon z the moot delicateGlre immediate lleaunt to take z relief safe elf ectuL SI Sold br drupffiiW Atrial bottle sent by null Z m 5 on receipt otti cent Addreu THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO r 10 SPRUCE STREET NEW YORK CITT a A writer Prof Cook wo believe notes tho effect of arscnious poisons on Bees in cages were bees as follows given foliago sprayed with sweetened water aud in other precisely similar cages tho same sweetened water in which London purple had been mixed in tho proportion of ono pound to 200 gallons of water The bees in tho first cage wcro in no wise affected while tho others were all dead in thirty six hours aud in many cases in twenty four hours Thus we have positive proof both in tho field and from laboratory experiments that bees are very susceptible to tho poisonous Customs officers have found that effects of arscnitcs and that to spray tho smuggling yatch Halcyon which fruit trees while in bloom always cu sailed from Victoria last August un Â¬ dangcrs tho lives of all bees that visit Miror and Farmer loaded over 200000 worth of opium tho flowers mouth just insido tho Goldou last Gate on tho California shore Tho Ministor Egan had an hours conopiumwas packed in butter and eggs ference with tho President at tho boxes and brought across on express Whito House in regard to tho relation wagons in tho regular ferry steam cr otween Chili and tho United State Â¬ Commenting on the refusal of Col W C P Brecl hifridge of Kentucky to deliver the ration at the Worlds Fair as he had agreed to do the Chic- Â¬ ago Times says Mr Breckenridge sat as a Repre- Â¬ sentative from his district in tho Con- Â¬ gress of the United States when a bill for tho appropriation of moneys in aid of the Columbian Exposition was He held views under consideration with reference to tho constitutional power of Congress to voto such appro- Â¬ himself Ho recorded priations against the appropriation and assign Â¬ ed his reasons therefor Never for a moment did it enter tho mind of a gentleman of tho high character of Mr Breckinridge that in naming him was it tho purpose of officials of the Columbian Exposition to attempt oven remotely to influence his voto as No sooner had ho a Congressman cast this voto than men of no charac- Â¬ ter and no chivalry utterly destitute of high 6onso of honor assailed him as if ho had been guilty of tho violation of a solemn compact Nearly all tho local men of Chiago assailed him Mr Breckin- Â¬ grossly and bitterly ridges withdrawal is to be regretted Tho But it is not to bo condemned peoplo of Chicago would have heard him with applause for tho littlo knot of editors and clubmen who had de- Â¬ nounced him upon the gross idea that his back had been tickled and that in return their backs should have been tickled by him are not fairly Jropro scntativo of honor or chivalry or do It is coney ot tho people of Chicago not Chicago that has put an affront upon Mr Breckinridge Tho respon Â¬ sibility for the slight put upon him rests at the door of a partisan and malignant club egging on a partisan and malignant press It assumed that tho selection of Mr Breckinridge was a bribe for tho voto of Congress Â¬ Having discov- Â¬ man Breckinridge ered that this was so it is well that Mr Breckinridge has declined to fill tho part on tho programmo assigned to himV v The Postmaster General writes to tho editor of Arthurs Now Home Magazino of Philadelphia As your magazine gets thicker it gets brighter I congratulate on doing what no one else has dono in putting out two copies at the price others charge for one it is half tho price of other no bet Â¬ Â¬ tt 1101 n ter magazines This was written when tho price was 150 but tho cir- Â¬ culation has grown so large that we can aflbrd to mako it 100 and have made it larger and better at same time It has long been said that it was the best magazine in the English deep languge for the money and it is bet- Â¬ U D Mead went from Lima O tc ter to day than over Donvcr Col to secure employment Every subscriber gets 300 worth Ho left of McCalls Glove Fitting Paterns and failing took his life farewell letters to his wife who is at Free Full particulars and sample copy Winchester Pa and his mother who including a pattern order worth 25 is in Omaha cents sent ireo for five two cent A pardon has been granted Edgar stamps btorer who is serving a five years Tho Arthur Publishing Company sentence in tho Colorado Penitentiary Walnut and Sixth St Philadelphia lu on a charge of malicious mischiefs Lock llox013 committed a year ago in setting a powder house onfiro And Bees Use Of The Arsenltes IM In the October number of Arthurs Magazino Julian Hawthorno tells a 6tory beneath tho title A Case under tho Black Act Mary Angela Dick Â¬ ens daughter of Charles Dickens be Â¬ gins a serial S Elgar Bcnct contri Â¬ butes on illustrated story and the Scool of Fiction and usual depart Â¬ ments Poems etc prove the Arlhur inoro than deserving of having at Â¬ tained its 40th year Half Faro Excursion Via tho Queen and Crescent routo October 25th 1S92 tn various points on connecting lines in Arkansas Lou Â¬ isiana and Texas Tho last Harvest Excursion of tho season Stop over privileges and choice of routes allowed Tickets good twenty days from dato of salo for return For information apply to ogont at your station or address D G Ed Â¬ wards GP A Q C Route Cin cinnati O - k 3 HBr p IK Kmmmiimmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm SKflnHHppisAfN nam r - n tw tp jW ti t ii t it a r v p w f V W il Vj - T- l1 tDi i tiw -- u i w MT STERLING ADVOCATE TUESDAY OCTOBER 181892 A i FKANKFOJfiT IvY aMpW D1 I RrJ Mi By MT STEULING TUESDAY OCT 1S92 Mat lie DEMOCRATIC FOIl Force Bill Means I l TICKET - s IlthSIDENT m W GROVER CLEVELAND KOIi VICE MKMDENT lll SltlSife H m ADLAI E STEVENSON felSm MvuffimCT7 jamks ii iiazeluigo Fon ookouess If Bit r Kentucky is not yet ready for negro rule notwithstanding tho honorable Chief Justice Holt thinks boa Ken- it tucky has for a long time been accused For Circuit Judge lit fyJ iZstJ W jyfJ I A t of having whito men enough to sup Â¬ farce comedy John-- E Coopeh Louisvillo Times ply not only her own offices but to tor the millennium The burning question of tho hour Of Montgomery County furnish a largo number of tho promi is will wo bo represented at tho Tho New York World calls Gov nont officials of other States as well as Chicago Fair Tho Auditor refuses For Commonwealths Attorney McKinloy tho single speech advocate tho National councils to pay tho worrants of tho Commis C W NEsniTT The World is be of doublfc taxation sioners doubtiDg tho validity of the Of Bath County Gen J D Cox a life long Repub- Â¬ law Tho hind tho times The Governor has at Attorney General has last got him a new speech all about lican and twico Governor of Ohio guessed bolh ways at it The Court FOIl CIltCUIT CLEltK aud siph has deserted tho tgrandvold Iparty of of Appeals will uow pass upon wild cats red dogs its va- Â¬ fraud force and protection aud next lidity which involves tho Courier Journal HENRY R BRIGHT constitu month will voto for Clovcland and tionaf question as to what is tlio final Hon II B Kinsolviug will speak at Stevenson Ills change is duo to his passago of a bill If tho Court finds FOR 6HEKIFF at Mt Veinon Rockcastlo couilty at opposition to tho McKinloy bill and w thobill unconstitutional wo will not JNO C RICHARDSON 2 oclock on next Saturday tho 22d tho protective Dolicy WHAT THE FORCE BILL MEANS bo represented at tho Fair if it finds Mr Kinsolving is a representative To the Democrats of Montgomery the law valid Gov Brown has been Fon Jailer Democrat a lino speaker and will County wiong in his numerous vetoes and of make J M BEST Senator cratic a fiuo speech in favor ihe Demo- Â¬ A few months sinco I was declared his erroneous judgment has brought bayonet behind over ball o A many principles and givo your nomineo for tho offlco of Circuit upon tho people expenso aud upon reasons why Judge Jas H Hazelrigg authorized to announce Mr Frye Republican the Legislature the odium of this J We aic should bo elected Judge of tho Court Clerk a circumstance that touched Henry D Combs as a candidate for my heart with mingled feelings of quorumless extraordinary session Judge Circuit Clcik of Menefco county sub- Â¬ takes every gun in the country to do itn-- of Appeals instead of hear himW II gratitude and pride Now that tho The Democratic District Commit Holt Let everybody ject to tho action of the Democratic battle is squarely on I appeal not too has declared Judgo party J H BrenL The Mt Sterling FORCE BILL Gazette Auditor Norman has reiterated his only to thoso Democrats who stood of Bourbon the nominee for Superior refusal to honor tho vouchors of Presi nobly by mo iu tho primary not only Court Judgo there being no other Grovcr Cleveland filled the Treasury dent Dulaney of tho Board of Mana Â¬ to thoso fair and honorable foes who candidates Ho will fill out tho nil Benjamin Harrison emptied it Hon Jas Blackburn of Woodford gers of tho Kentucky Exhibit at the for reasons good to them opposed offeicd to tho American people by any expired term of Judgo Young de party You do not favor such revo- Â¬ county spoko at the Court house Worlds Fair Ho says ho will refuse my nomination but to all1 truo and ceased llio Superior Court isaljol WHAT YOU MAY HOPE FOR lutionary measures Then why not Wednesday His style was plain free to issuo warrants until a court of loyal Democrats of tho county to see ished by tho Constitution in 1804 assert your manhood and vote against to it that the full Democratic ticket We take the following expose of His campctent jurisdiction has declared from any rostrum ranting jflr Tho Secretary of Stato has beeni a set of party managers who would tho act valid and binding In the is triumphantly elected tho Force Bill from the National Re- Â¬ sending out to tho various Cpunty upou our common speech was based on facts and every opinion of Commissioner Allison thh such infamy The timo has not yot come for Re- Â¬ publican a journal published at bring Â¬ Clerks in the Stato tho models of the authority in country only that they may perpet argument was a clinchc The tariff will cause a delay which will necessi- Â¬ publicans and Force Bill Republi- Â¬ Washington and high in kind of ballot td bo used in tho com- Â¬ question was in master hands and he tate tho abandonment of an exhibit cans at that to rule over us power uate themselves in tho Republican camp If iho present leaders of the Repub- Â¬ demonstrated that tho Republican The Mt Sterling Gazetto and the ing election The Democrats should Ho sayt With the Lodge National Election lican party are kept in power grown Billion Dollar Congress had kept bnt by Kentucky at Chicago organize schools of instruction sd that the responsibility for this will rest Semi Weekly Journal are taking care Law in full force over the South and drunk with the long exercise of au Â¬ one of their pledges to the jpepple J of Mr Woods interests whilo tho their ballots may not bo thrown out certainly yio ctisiriuution ot tne surpms xms upoiyAuditor strongholds up thority Jhcy various Democratic will Sentinel Democrat and the Advocate for irregularities Tho election lavJ Bill they had done to a nicety and the Jas H Hazelrigg tho Democratic two straight Democratic papers wijl isvcry elaborato and intricate and Jiorthj wo may confidently look for a enact tho Lodge Election possible question now is How can a sufficient nominee for Appellate Judge in the look after minetogother with thoso of look for ignoranco of its requirement different stato of political affairs than or something worseif fund be gathered for Government exv First District is as true a man as over iho other Democratic candidates I to disfranchise many voters and eiU J JL7CCC11L JUJIJUUMH now exists jncw lone cuy win uiun lUr your party penscs Tho Force Bifl was glvqits offered Tor office Ho is an upright propose to begin at once and mako an prises aro in store too natriotism rise superior to return several more Ropublican tealtv and refuse to bo a party to the true meaningj a bayoitot biftiluu eacli honest capable Christian gentleman active canvass of the county Considerable interest is felt here is more- - than enact men t of thf foul ineaburo Vote ballot though it tako cvcry gun to who enjoys tho lovo of tho people to meet tho peoplo face to faco have tho Hazel rigg llolt race Democrats agaiust the man who endorses 6iich do it negro dominatilon o effect Ti among whom ho was raised as few resigned my position in the Traders will send men and money beteewn twenty negro Representatives from things or failing that go a fishing the South will render tho Republican Republican Love for Democrats political end the coutiRuut ico of the other men have over done Jas II Deposit Bank to Ipnd my aid ami ef-Â¬ this and election day to disseminate Republican party in powcL sounding Hazelrigg will poll tho largest vote forts to the cause of Democracy tho principles of our party and urge on control of tho future Congresses abso- Â¬ Democrats are imps of hell If I the death knell to frecdomhappincss ever given a Democrat in this county whoso adherents have honored mo to victory the awakening hosts wha taxes had a mind to swear Id say God lutely safe and secure Heavy aud prosperity Hon J C Lykins Jim Hazelrigg is good tor an over- with tho nomination for Circuit Clerk do not relish negro dpuiiuatiou There ought to They should bo laid upon the property of damn them to hell followed in a forcible practical speech whelming majority in tho coming In making this canvass I proposo that are many Republicans in tho he dead and mouldering in tho dust first Ap- Â¬ with every election He is our next Appellate it shall bo on the high tone piano of pellate district who should and doubt- Â¬ the whites to develop and extend the of the earth and the dust be scattered urging organization to the four winds of tho heaven that shoulder to the Democratic wheel Judge and you can bet on it honesty and fairness tolling tho peo less will prefer Judge Hazelrigg to public school system of those States they might be completely obliterated every revolution of which moans plo tho reasons why I am opposed to Judge Asbury Holt because of tho Scparato schools for tlio iwn ram from tho memory ot man Extract peace happiness and prosperity to a Tho Mt Sterling Gazetto favors a the Forco Bill tho unjust robber tar Â¬ lattcrs voto for a negro against Mr i speech at Union from Gov Chases should bo iholiKliod nncl tlio nlmi would bo down trodden hod carrying high protective tariff that lobs the iff and reckless expenditures in the Cecil a reputable white man City Ind from the bringing the vonth of both color into his hard earned high and low places is a minister of the burden bearing people These gen- Â¬ farmer and laborer of of government mountains I j Gov Chase close and onnal relation in m IiooIp meek and lowly Jesus but ho is also tlemen are now in Eastern Kentucky money to enrich a favored few monop- iu other words whyl am a Democrat Ex Governor Proctor Knott will and churrhps irivon a fair trial us one Republican nomineo for Governor of disseminating Democratic principles olists of the East It favors the pass I will also tell the peoplo how my op- Â¬ mako several J speeches in doubtful purso or scrip for age of a Force Bill that would rob Un- ponent Mr Wood stands on theso of the moBt potont clPinnniK to hrpii Indiana When a preacher forsakes laboring without States No man in this Union can people of their blood bought right ol to get down the love of people and country questionsand how ho has voted and givo stronger reasons down the dctpstable hotirhoniRin ot his high and holy callinu for tho faith casting their votes for whom they affiliated politically in tho past It that is in him to the low plane of politics he can get than this same big pleased and which would simply mean the boutu The Staio laws against deeper into tho mud and filth than Judge W II Holt tho late great negro domination iu the South or a race will g3o mo pleasuro to meet Mr J brained statesman constitutional law- the intcrmarriajrp ol the races Blionld anyone True Gov Chase says in II Wood at any time and anywhere ycr Independent is now the onliest Re- Â¬ and uncompromising Democrat be rppealcd and any diseiimination an attempted explanation of theso publican in all the laud He had war Both these measures aro inimi- in open discussion mat we may put E cal to tho interests of the peoplo among licly givo expression to our views against the blacks in the matter ot words that he referred to the Copper- Â¬ sworn by the shades of his grand- Â¬ whom it lives and from whom it gets during tho mothers night cap Henuy R Bkigiit It is denied by tho Semi Weekly learning trades or obtaining employ heads and that he would not its support Dowyi with tho Force Journal non political political opponents arc accept a party His that J II nomination but ho Bill and tho Robber Tariff ment should bp criminal ofiense- - wai Every Republican who subscribes Wood is in favor of tho Forco Bill very positive that he did not even did Ho is awfully anxious for the to tho Minneapolis platform is a whilo tho colored mans right to hold make that small distinction but that Mr Wood is a candidato on tho Re Â¬ Tho Cincinnati Commercial Gazette peoplo to forget that ho voted for a Forco Bill Republican There is no publican office should he sauedlv protected in the excitement of the hour ho let ticket whoso National plat- Â¬ Bluegrass negro in preference to a gets almost mad enough to beat its alternative Saying ho is not for flic form unequivocally endorses this in- Â¬ A few ens ot thin his tongue betray tho bitter hate of mountain white man but they cant head against a wall as it is compelled and recognized It is He wants them to think there is no to quote the great New York Times Force Bill is an evasion If you famous scheme to cheat us of our policy will solve the race problem his heart for the Democrats aro a Republican you must stand by suffrage Mr Wood will voto for just such hate as this for Southern politics in Iiis race but they wont onco a stalwart Republican organ satisfactorily that platform or denounce it Harrison Holt Russell and tho fulL Democrats that urges on the worst lie proposes at tho November elec- Â¬ when speaking of the Democratic and Please notice first that this is the element of tho Republican party to tion to bo found early Tho Mt Sterling Semi Weekly Republican ticket which ticket in at the polls Republican parties it says National election law in favor of the passago of tho Force Bill Journal tho professed noil poll tical full is pledged to support tho dam Â¬ Involving not merely tho past but casting his voto for the entire Repub Â¬ which the Gazette unequivocally de Â¬ takes up tho battles of J II nable Forco Bill DEMOCRATIC VOTERS ATTEN- - lican ticket with all it repiesents tho present and tho probable future sheet clares itsolf Notice further that this Wo know Si treo by its fruits Wood tho Force Bill Republican cau Â¬ TION Robber Tai iff Force Bill and every of tho two parties the Democratic is a Republican not a Democratic ex- Â¬ date for Circuit Clork of tho county When Mr Wood supports candidatesparty is the safer tho moro trustwor- Â¬ centralizing tendency of tho party position Judge Asbury Holt the thy and the more promising of the and says ho never was in favor of tho who aro i mining on a Force Bill plat and the people well understand it Tho Gazotte is in favor of tho Lodge has wo aro reliably in two as to all matters to bo affected by Forco Bill In the presence of such a ioim then ho must do set down for National election law therefore in formed his emissaries at work organ Â¬ statement wo must exclaim Yo tho Force Bill himself the ponding election favor of all that the hellish measure izing the colored voters of this and Tho Estill Eagle in its chango Gods and littlo fishes J II Wood Tho Semi Woekly Journal a candi- Â¬ would bring about is running on a Forco Bill platform js dato for JJcmocratic patrpnago in a other counties marshaling them in from a Democratic to a Republican The Senate on Thursday refused to Mr Democrat the Gazette favors older for the coming election The journal under a joint stock company repass the election law Tho House going to voto for Harrison and all Democratic community in saying tho above solution of the race prob coloied brother is being thoroughly has as it were a screaming caglo on had already repassed this measure so other Republibau Forco Bill candi- Â¬ that J U Wood is not in favor of the lem Forco Bill sings a sickening song to instructed in the working of the sceiet tho ono side and a Democratic rooster as to cut off any complications that dates Forco Bill Journal Up Democratic readers Mr Dccont Ropublican how do you ballot and it is scon to that ho will on the other Unlike its Republican might arise in the future but the There is but Force Bill J II Wood tho proposition soparalc schools bo ready to be at tho polls early on tho candidate Judgo Asbury Holt its Scnalo reckless of any possilo conse Â¬ ono way for Mr Wood to show that like Foice Bill Gazette ho opposes tne Force Bill and that is for tho two races should bo abolished morning ot November 8th and that outside is Republican whilo its inside quences i of uses to mako assuranco tho plan of bringing the youth of ho hi ings soino coloied brother with is Democratic force JJiU Republicans by votfng against tho Republican fllll and doubly sure and pass this bill There I and equal lela him aud votes him if ho can legally both colors into close Tho Judgo rank partisan as ho is may come a day when somo of these Congressman Breokourlilgo resented candidates who will enforce it when tion in schools and churches given a or ilbgully lightly on Republican ground for tear same wiso but haul headed Senators tho insult offered him by pait of tlio they got a chauco to do so and this ho Do you want lo sco the fair trial Wo get these matters from such a somebody will hear something and will wish thoy had been a littlo more press of Chicago and somo of tho will never do J II Wood is iu iuvoiff Slate laws against the intermarriage souicc as to leavo no room lo doubt when asked to explain his ncgio voto opcu to reason Wo aro glad to note management of tho Worlds Fair Ho- of tho Forco Bill as is evorv man whovyw Mr Decent tho truthfulness of our information says of tho races repealed Ho tho fact that Senator Cockroll dis Â¬ llas done just what his friends desired votes the Republican tiokot Dont speak so loud Republican would it not be well in Let every Donioci at sco to it that he would have Democrats I think ho is played his usual good sense and level Â¬ him to do and declined to deliver tho A special to Uiu Couiior Journal you to robttko tho insolence of tho and his neighbor arc at tho polls in Â¬ ashamed of this votebuto tho woolly headedness and voted for a ropassagc oration at tho opening of the Exposi- Â¬ from Chicago states that it is given party that dares to of lor such an in- Â¬ formed how to cast his vote the heads ho can say On on my boys of tho measuio Senator Cockroll is tion It is said ho will speak tho next out from tho Democratic headquar Â¬ sult to you and your children by cast Â¬ morning of tho election Lot him be I am with you j claim your rights in tho Soiiato to loprcsent his con- day at tho opening of tho Now York ters that a thorough canvass of tho But to tho subject Tho Eagle foi stituents and never ioses sight of this exhibit Mr Wattorson delivers tho voto iu Illinois has been made and it ing your Jvoto against it this fall i pieparcd to watch that there are no you know flics illegal votes run in at his voting got to chango its order for patent fact even long cuougu to grainy some Mr Decent Republican indicates a decided majority fon both bowels tion personal prejudice or spite Force Bill i3 iho greatest iimilt ovor place tho National and Stato tickets MARCUS C LISLE Pj MlflWlflBv M P PtML jl wfeft WISE Zjr Hroul T r- zrz - JMlftSw A I DEMOCRATIC APPOINTMENTS Jns II Wood voiqtl for ho negro Anbury iuhI Is for tbo Fofco Bill iro James Blackburn and JjC Lykius presents hlmsqlf to thib jiebplCt artd What Democrat Democratic candidate for Elector In asks their suflVagcs will ad the 10th Kentucky district cuu voto for a man with such a record dross th6 peoplo at tho following Geo Flcklln is a Republican of tho times and places Paintsvillc to day deepest dyHo voted for Aebury against Prcstoiisburg Wednesday Oct 19 Cecil and has never said so fur as wo Hindman Thursday Oct 20 have heard that he is against the Jack6qn Friday Oct 21 Force Bill Voto against Fickliu and Bcattyvillo Saturday Oct 22 for Richardson Monday Oct 24 Stanton t Clay City Monduy Oct 24 at night Jo Stephens Is a Republicajiof tho Winchester Tuesday Oct 25 Republicans Ho haB boastctllhat he All are invited to bo present and never scratched a ticket Mr Asbury hear tho true principles of Democracy got his vote also Tho Force Bill and expounded tto Robber Tariff will get it this tinic Hon W J Hitidrick will speak al Give Jim Best your vote as well Campton Saturday Oct 22 at FRANKFORT CORRESPONDENCE Oct 17 1892 J 1 fS tt Wm l frf T vL When Bishop Dudley succeeds in getting all tho colored lambs into the Episcopal fold and Dr Guorrauf cor rals all tho wild mountaineers within the Presbyterian pickets chickeus aud Revenue officers will begin to prepare III K Eds Advocate That harmony which should exist between tho Senalo and tlao Hotsb aud characterize their Interdependent labors is becoming conspicuous by its absence aud Gov Brown Auditor Norman aro largoly respon Â¬ sible for the antagonism and partisan spiteful votes in tho Legislature Tho members havo taken sides iu the bit Â¬ ter fight between Brown and Nor Â¬ man tho House sustaining Brown and tho Senato standing by Norman Yhcrcby legislation is practically blocked tho Treasury being depleted to tho tuno of 1000 per day and the Democratic party suffering for this in- Â¬ action confusion and incompetency The people should hold each member to a strict accountability for Iho part ho is playing iu this extravagant t K If it Â¬ f II ju Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ stay-at-hom- es 1 I - non-politici- an Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A N yi K iWW- - TO WhV x tT1 d- - 2 vv Nt tj t ft 1J a THE ADVOCATE 6 TUESDAY OOTOBEB 18 1892 1 Ife MT STEBLlJKfcrAioOATE 1 4m 9 liahd iha most respect r dry and aftor they wero burned to who was an export at tho business and oftbred his My mistress I carry them from tho kiln to tho wall had nicked six or eight and whilo in ful manner saying for tho brick layers This work made tho pulleys they woro exercised iu the am very happy to return to my home ww i my hands very soro tho sand broke manner beforo described This work as I am sure tho skin and caused them to bleed JUDGE PETERS REMINISCENCES fell to mo and a negro boy about my and to find you all well E hope vou aro for vou look 60 well liko to find P Henry Every morning you have had no serious troitbl5flincc I often thought I would ago named Â¬ somo easier way to mako a living than not bo supposed that be two horses were brought out frolic It must v my father had for me but this was uutru iwnvi HHU J J1U cause my father had solcctcd the Ipgal bonio playful and joyous to bo ro UialCl when Undo Tom con tho last of my labors on tho farm shook hands profession for my occupation for life lieved from a painful confinement ti yin J to lit mb for that lie even for tho short period that thoy tinucd I loft master in good health that while Wallers on such a required no other Bcrvico of mo but woro taking their exorcise Henry at Mr Lowis Ho sent some messaged to morning going to school Such a conclusion and I woro thrown upon them in tho i you by mo and my first duty is to de- Â¬ orroueous one would bo a most feolingsto give liver it Ho told mo to toll you that u midst of their gleeful Having boon diligently engaged tlioifi cxerciao and tako tho consc ropo and twino for a II ho had sold tho Â¬ THE EARLY BIRD CATCHES THE WOEI CORNEK DRUG STORE from tho time of his arrival in Ken- quoucoe whether of their rearing l i v profit and tho horses for as much or tho dwellings tucky trying to make pitching and jumping or a runaway more than ho expected and would ii for tho whole family more comfort spoil all of which woro not uncom- Â¬ Tyyr taz TrrTTrrx7TrJAZzrTni mako somo money but had not coN School Books li ground for w4iKiiiHM j tiblc and to proparo more a kind Provi- - lected all of it but thought ho would ho be Â¬ mon Bv tho caro of cultivation and having as A denco neither of us was over thrown 30on got through and would bo at And other lieved to some extent accomplished t the end of three homo in a few days after me My or seriously hurt At theso objects ho concluded that tho horses were well mother said to him am very Tom I or four weeks tho Supplies timo had como for him to perform his and my father with a negro to assist i glad to hear so good an account or UT promise mado to Undo Tom that ho iu caring for tho horses started on his your master and glad to see you back VI go to Virginia and bring his No Fancy Prices would M5 Tom having left ten or Torn replied Thank you mnuame Â¬ journey Uncle wifo to Kentucky To meet tho ex twelve days before with Jus wagon and then said Mistress I am under penses of tho trip ho concluded as he and team loaded with bale ropo and many obligations to you forpcrniil Paints and Oils had dealt somo in horses when ho re twine Thoy reached their destina- Â¬ ting mo to go back for my wifo and sided in Virginia and that ho knew tion in safety and within a short time children for when master talked ol Fine Tobaccoes tho description of horses that would Uncle Tom was on his return trip going too I was afraid seeing how ecll well there ho bought eight or ten with his wifo and two children the badly ho was needed here that you very good ones and having thrco or negro man my father had taken with would oppose and prevent my going four very good ones besides thoso lie him a few barrols of herrings and a But when I heard vou vas willing for m purchased ho commonccd preparing few store goods which I think ho took him to go I felt sure it was all right market in ad- Â¬ them for tho Virginia Go now and in part pay for his ropo and twine Sim timn smiil to him dition to tho four set apart for Uncle often heard him sigh for the see your horses cared for and when I had Toms toam Ho thought a load of herring and other fish lie left behind von hnvn rotton vour stumer come 22S2SEi2a23 bo good ar- bail rope and twine- would Kentucky Thoy back I have many tilings to ask you llO when ho camo to HsllCrmCU 60 tlMna in anil to thn all arrived safely at home in duo time about thoso dtar ones wo left so fui Aud enterprise catnips tho trade while the prices we Ul loaded Undo Toms team Six or m having realized a fair profit behind and whom wo shall never see my father arc prepared to offer in order to make room for fall goods eight of tho horses designed for the on his lioreos ropo and twiuo A again as directed Haying returned market woro paired or intended for will cause you to catch your breath in astonishment house was soon erected on tho farrii and being fcatcd tho interrogation in Matched carriage or harness horse Dont fail to call and see our goods and n vilfbe m forUuclo Tom which he occupied commonccd by my grandmother and horses woro nicked a very common convinced till his death and raised several mother It was kept up until a ver yj practice in thoso days for carriage children I think ho died jus ten lato hour as it was going on when 1 ji horses and for which two reasons days after my father His children retired for tho night without any ap were urged 1 That it gives to the being all grown had gone out to make parent abatement of tho interest man J- 1 horso an appearance of sprightlincss a living for themselves for they were ifested in tho beginning None wen lw nvn A PvMMt ATvl land life that cannot be given him by all free Tho mother being free more rejoiced at tho return of Uncle East Tenneiicc Virginia A Goorala Batting 171 fart in any other way 2 That it takes u tbe rcUit until her Tom than I was for then camo the BrtabUibedTrunk Ltaes The northern Eouthorn rrjl TO W S CALDWELL A om tho harness horse tho power of lived with her children SUCCESSOR great eretemj starts from end of my vexatious and toils with prt of thsafrom which point ther ran catching and holding the lines under death Cincinnati Â¬ St Ma I had a more difficult and disa- tho wayward and reckless blind mare Solid Yejtlbulcd Train to Kr ACoewnnu TeatU Chattanooga hil3 tail and thereby deprives the Lexington greeable task to perform when my In ton or twelve days after tho return Kolnir throuchMacon Of- t- Jacksonville Flo Atlanta Oa diliver of tho power to control or came and Making Through Veatlbulwl Trains to all practice is now father left for Virginia than exer of Undo Tom my father rouorn him Tho cities namd atxl Intermediate points cising his horses Ho left two young having sent among other things two The Queen Crescent Specials arc rabayidoucd and lest tho art may soon Trains negro men to cut and split rails and or three barrels of herrings homo in Solid Vestlbulcd Lookout running rla BlrmlDSUlSl Mountain Chattancugaand o nlumbercd among tho lost arts the fuel for tho family tho wagon of which all the rclatioi s and Meridian to New Orleans bo out of to cut wood for jktMvTtTnnw tlii lttuidlTenMatbr Jackton Ifld frnodf18 operandi might not a blind mare to were very fond and indeed regarded VlcksbargMIsto8hroTCportandNortUernXoXai placii hciQ 1 A strong man is placed and to cook with and Orleans connection draw tho wood from the clearing to a irrcat luxury ho and my mothci A HevrMexico and CaliforniaIs mad tot in frftmt of tho horse on which is a eighties concluded to have a herring feast Texas A C Is M miles shorter and qolckor the house on a sled This roijg bridle and with a twitch on his animal was not tho most amiable ol Having invited his mother tivi The Q otter line and takes than any Que OMT 17 U0UB3 CCJKATt TO If BW OOXEAXS nose 2 With a strong rope con and brothers their vivos and chidrcn Tho d 4 a and E T V O ure l mites K I fet- - her kind that I havo met with left hind leg from below tho between Cincinnati and Jacksonville boy Henry were her drivers or tho feast camo oil to tho great enjoy shortestAUnoand KT V A O run sleeptna Cr IIenuy Watsov The Q C II Clay JIcKee to lite left ioreleg abovo tlie tho Vk O through Cincinnati to Knoxvlllc Tenn kV1 CilnSfi conductors to take her to tho place of ment aud delight of all TIU tl lnti nf tlin tilil connecting tor AieTllle N C The de- Â¬ Tho next regular work to bo at Â¬ hottest and most direct route r iT neatly from tho root to the end loading and back to tho place ot deciding on your route do so ono or tho other tended to was to prepare a house for Beforefor rates rasps and anr otfcffl dfyvr 5fTi icrlte ubbing or turning tho hair at the livery and to w COMPOUND This labor we Undo Tom A lot of about two m ro Information jroa want about the Real Estate and Bond Bro- Â¬ a small stick making the of us had to ride her ddver A recent iliscoterv ljy nn trips the of ground on tho north end of the EoattL TX O EDW AED3 0 CS sncctWfiilly old iliy iiciiii Address foot tlm otfok is to fasten the divided equally by alternate 4SSfs- kers Insurance and Loan inert monthly by thousand to go to farm was laid oft for him a log house ClntinnatUOhlo ol Jmlicd I tliu only lier- tho pulley to 4 Turn tho tail driver riding but both had vopo of Asrents Houses lots farms fpctlywtfo unit reliable medicine lNcoereil Tho distance built on it and his family located up with a strong arm that can keep assist in unloading llcunroof uiia incipltd riiuUu who offer in ill sell a r and walking tho round there His wife was a free woman fetior medicine in place ot thin Ask for COOKH H C McKEE for sale or rent and hold it firm and steady in a direct was short 6 M TRIMBLE Cotton Uoot Cojirorsn take no Milwtitute or giiovous healthy and stout Thoy lived there in il sealed liy half the money inehxeeni and fi cents in Hitnitmail letter and io his back bone 5 With a trip would not havo been Slinc with house and loan Full tented will letuni inplain envelop to ladies only two lKiitieu1ilan incision on each for after unloading tho footman could until Undo Toms death which ocsharp knife make Investments tunn Addle to pay for it sled Tho rail split- Â¬ curred about two weeks after my eideof thotail beginning about two rido back on tho Pond LIlvCo made in stocks paying 12 pe so this part ol fathers in February 1843 Ko Fisher UlocU Detroit Midi I con- Â¬ inches from the root about tlireo ters helped us to load Kennedy Sold in so objectionablo tinued to go to country schools for Corner of IlodUC Mt Sterlinglibylulinn andllro s W S cent per annum Lloyd 1 druggists inches iu length and longitudinally tho work was not crytv here and several years occasionally in tho sum frosty about one fourth of an inch from the but if tho morning was Court and Broadway streets when mer working on the farm and in the outer edgo of tho tail next to the hair cool on resuming our labors Ky hooked her to fall seasou marketing meal and flour WHAT A BEAUTIFUL Mt Sterling as soon as the skin is cut through the wo harnessed our team two laro tendons will ho exposed G tho sled and tried to start sho would to Versa illos aud Frankfort In those Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria yarddays there wore no steam mills and A second pair of incisions aro made suort so as to bo heard fifty bal- Â¬ the principal dependence ot tho peosimilar to tho first commencing about rear sometimes so as to loso her ance fall on her back and endanger ple for flour and meal was on the Louisville Tobacco Market Furnish two inches from tho termination of wero called built tho first 7 Mako another pair of in- Â¬ tho rider After getting her started water mills as they ed by Clover Durrett Louisville In a dry time in the cisions iu length proportioned to the 6ho would seem to quiet down and on tho creek Tobacco Warehouse Â¬ length of tho tail taking caro to leave then do her work vory well the bal- fall of tho year when the water failed Chesapeake and Ohio Tho offerings on our market this mos two inches to the tail 8 Then with a ance of tho day if nothing occurred iu tho creek it became ono of the week have been considerably lighter put her out of temper difficult aud sometimes impossible crooked iron or a prong of a bucks to fret her or with prices fully maintained on all horn mado very smooth tako up tho This I could not then account for but jobs for the pcoplo to got their grain grades Tho weather conditions havo tendons at tho first incision near the I think I can now I believe tho iron ground Mauy had to grind their been highly favorable of lato for tho root of the tail and cot thorn smoothly bridle bit was very cold when put in corn on hand mills but many farmers glowing crop and material progress a in two Take up thoso at tho second her mouth and gave her great pain built hoi fae mills which proved great New York has been mado this week in tho way supe Â¬ incision and by strength draw the especially if sho had any defective relief My father builta very of housing tobacco Tho following Philadelphia parts made by the first out at the teeth So let mo warn boys who may rior one of French burr stones having quotations fairly represent our market bolting cloths and second and thoso at tho second draw bo liko situated if tho morning n what were called hurley tobacco crop of 1891 ho mado good flour Washington torSales on our market for tho week out at third in tho same way as tho cold and frosty to warm tho bridle chests by which bc Tom soon Oh that is the very thing I first were and thou wash tho tail in bits beforo they put them into tho for those times Undo And all Eastern Cities just closed amount to 2448 hhds with is better mouths of horses and I believe they camo an expert miller and tho corn ftrong salt and water It want Does the inscription receipts for tho samo period of 1121 for tho horso if ho bleeds freely as tho will avoid tho trouble that sooftende aud wheat which ho secured for toll Shortest Lino between Louisville hhds sales on our market since Jany tail is less apt to inflame Next day it layed us in our work This intonim he convened into meal and flour lie o here 1st amount to 159334 hhds Sales of is proper to put the horso in a clean tion I givo without charge These frequently sont wagon loads of flour Lexington and Eastern Points Yes mam right there tho crop of 1S91 on our market to this and and meal to Versailles and Frankfort stall to be placed iu pulleys whlph freaks would last date 112533 hhds wagon It this is not large enough aro hung iu a straight lino over his longer sometimes and were dangerous forsale and I was sent with tho Cintuon colory trash - - iffiVjo 8A They were started as tho salesman to tho rider back A cord is faster cd to tho end of we can give vou any size or Time Card in Effect Sept I492 Medium to good colory trash 5 to 7 On tho afternoon of a cold Decem- Â¬ to as to reach ono or tho other of the 7 to 8A his tail which must bo drawn in an Common lugs not colory so as ber day tho crack of Uncle Toms market places early on tho morning design to suit your taste in Common colory lugs - - - 8to l- From Mt Sterling exact straight lino ovor his back Wed- Â¬ Medium to good colory lugsil2 to 10 to keep tho tail perfectly straight whip was heard at his home which of a market daj Saturday or li Com Dion to medium leaf - 9 to 14 Â¬ brought all thoso not engaged out nesday Iu order to reach Frankfort in or iI EAST BOUND The cord which goes through tho pul14 to17 Medium to good leaf - i Â¬ JMUJ UtU leys should bo long enough to give and those engaged to to tho doors timo wo had to start tho evening be 17 to25 Good to fine leaf StlOaui Select wrappcry tobacco- - 25 to 32 Fit Mail No ii so furnish all kinds of Mt Sterling Aecoiiiniodatlon i the lioivo tho power of lying down Driving toward tho yard gate it was fore as it was fourteen miles from in XoJ Taking If tho tail is not iu a straight lino ovor opened for liiin and ho drovo in my fathers to that placo the wagona 710iin cemetery fixtures and do all VestiluloiKiesNo 21 No M a fine largo blanket with me I slept in Moiebead Aeeoiniiiodation tM in the backbone it will bo carried on mounted on ins saddler D 13 Wilson and wife who havo one side and instead of improving the bay Undo Tom with his long boots on two bags of meal and covered with kinds of stone work We pay been visiting Mrs Sarah Wilson at for WEST BOUND horses appearance it will greatly in Â¬ reaching abovo his knees a sort of my blanket This was continued Jeilorsonvillo for somo weeks past loft two autumuo and tho worst no big commissions to agents it During tho timo tho horso is military cap overcoat and long glove about jure Friday for Chicago 111 whoro thoy ot this was that it was often tho caso il25inn Lexington Accommodation No 27 in tho pulleys ho should bo well led drove his well conditioned Mr Wilson lltlWn m mako their futurohomo team with a scarlet tassel iu that tho patrons of tho mill wero ho If you buy from us you can LouivlllcKrcXo2l on bran grass if to bo had rich food 111 in is engaged on the great canal Chicago Lexington Aceonimodation No 23 305 p in is but easy of digestion it boiii2 gener Â¬ each bridle into tho yard On enter Â¬ numerous as to occupy it tho whole save money and get what ou VciUuleilK vrc4Nfl2l building fronn Lako Michigan to an object to mako fat Tho tail ing ho cracked his welcome to thoso dav and wo often had to grind our ally tho Mississippi rivor Perhaps Marshal Noy felt grain after night I had to bo there buy jnust bo washed clean with soap and around itli illiiing ears No Solid cstllmlcd train till after Inn tranfcn water Whilo boing pullied it is n6 prouder marching at tho head of all tho time being kept often Tho Indiana Supromo Court Wed Tluongli Bleejiera from Lexington without should bo exorcised at the old guard of Napoleons army 11 oclock In 1818 1 think it was necessary thoy clinngo nesday advanced the apportionment My least onco a day or iu two days at tho Driving his team to where ho know a my hardest labor commenced C U 11YAN suit on tho docket but set November farthest two hours at a timo and part of tho load must bo deposited fnther built a lartro brick house and I Aat Ucn Vnas Agent This 17 as tho date for tho hearing Granite Go H W FULLKIt to carry tho bricks iu the Clnclnnntl O their limbs rubbed thoroughly ovory and seeing his mistress stunding in Had 11 help At settles tho Itopublican conspiracy as Ullv 1st rim OSCAll MUltUY UlirasVAgcnt in day Of tho horses boing prepared her door ho halted dismounted and C Washington it illlc Manager the election will bo held November 8 K3 cap in hand ho approached her yard and spread tnem in tho sun to1 Mt Sterling for tho Virginia market my father with Vf T G JULIAN PggggggggfMggr t ffrjreq sT i Â¬ - ft m ssssEzrs I J J 8 Â¬ Â¬ s I K PHIPPS u iafBEi75iBeEPEiPiaiei -- Â¬ MKEB ATS OK loorscotiiiot 1 iii Â¬ - LOOK Â¬ - Â¬ f C Si o RAILWAY half-nu-ho- ur -- -- mm -- 1 well-harness- wllt i 1 ii 11 j 1 w tf3 - - rwt Ii - r A- - Msmimmi jBgES SSfUfif- - 1T M- - uv mtfiWfmWtn4riettvi Klnwiw wiyfakpiPryjptyyit yw iij mfi rfyHfltfohjlV J frfr- Wt If 5 V u o v I 4 MT STERLING ADVOCATE kept up throughout the country at a triflo of cost compared with tho prcsont system CLEVELAND WORK FOR Wheels with wood or metal spokca and hubs could bo mado and so How the Local Democracy Enforcos strongly braced that any ordinary Its Powerful Discipline In His strain on ouo edge would causo no Behalf breakage Wheels should be made interchangeable so that all parts could St Louis Hepublio Now York Special could To iluy I went on au exploring ex Â¬ bo replaced by any man who pedition on my own hook I met tho haudlo a wroncli N Y Lodger boys who workup tho districts Per Â¬ Farm Notes haps many of the readers of tho He Vick says in his monthly that it is no public have never heard of tho Hon use to reset old asparaguHJplants Set T D Sullivan but every reader of out young plants whero they arc any Now York newspaper is undoubt- Â¬ wanted and destroy tho old bed edly familiar with Timothy Dry Dol- Â¬ Tho apple crop of Enclaud is re- Â¬ lar Sullivan Ho has been elected ported very light that of Frauco ife to the New York Legislature six light and of Holland very small Bel- Â¬ time and has jnst been nominated Dry Dollar gium has a good crop Germany poor for tho sovcuth time not nearly enough for its own use Sullivan is very candid He admitted Kansas will mako at the Worlds that he was not particularly stuck on the fair a notable exhibit of it3 native ho said But Cleveland honor of Tammany is involved and animals The specimens aro being weic going to show the country prepared by Professor L L Dyche ol Democrats that were loyal and true tho Kansas Stato university a skillful My district is going to givo 2700 taxidermist more votes than wo gave in 1888 A North Carolinian tells in Orchard I asked and Garden that ho sowed tho entire How do youknow him list of turnips in a leading seed caa said Uecauso Ive counted them loguo tho last week in September ind he every variety mado a ejood1 crop Mr Sullivan then told mo about a Chopped ooiff fed occasionally is kicker in his district who had been as a talking rather extravagantly about very wholesome It is rccomcnbcd tfventivc of disease by somo author- Â¬ voting for Harrison Mr Crokcr the leader of Tammany Hail heard of fit ities Tho California Fruit Grower says autVl0 sent word to Sullivanohring Jjoforo liiniy Yesterday One of the drawbacks of California the kfci in company is the largo landholder Fortunately afternoon tho kiclier Mr Sullivan called on jmi uroKer at ho isbecomiuriless numerous and Tammany Hall They were saluted the subdivision of largo ranches goes cordially by Mr Crokcr Tho kicker merrily on said he was going to take off his coat According to Tho Farm Field and and work as earnestly and as cordially Stockman a calculation has been made as he ever did for tho local ticket of tho comparative results from an Mr Crokcr asked him who ho was economical point of view of tho sub He going to vote for for President stitution of lowest grades ot pan mo- Â¬ wouldjnot vote for Cleveland lasses for coal as fuel which is now said he you have All right said Croaker being practiced iti somo parts of tho to vote for whoever you please i right south but tho test of loyality to Tammany Americn Cultivator says that no lalo Hall at tho nexf election will be a for President of crops will pay better than a piece of vote for Cleveland land planted with maugcl wurzlo for tho United States tak Â¬ stock in winter Let mo sec said Mr Crokor ing a little book from his drawer and According to Tho Jersey Bulletin So and pacers aro unpopular in Now York turning over a few leaves naming a number but popuIariu Cnicago and other town so andSo-atid-s- o of men Ifclvo been appointed to that go in for speed offices under the City Government at Light crops of sweet potatoes aro re- Â¬ your request Yon tell them to look ported from many sections of tho south out for something elso to do Every In proportion to its weight tho goat one of their heads will fall off within is tho best inannro maker on earth a week And Mr Crokcr closed his little says Thcllura Xcw Yorker Jjook and closed the interview Three thousand dollars in prcmiuns Two hours later as Mr Dry Dollar will bo offered by tho Aberdeen Angus Sullivan informs mc the kicker association at the Worlds fair called on Mr Crokcr and was among Asparagus beds can bo mado in the most enthusiastic Cleveland men October to advantago and will be in New York ready to start at the opening of spring TUESDAY V OCTOBEB 1S1S92Mi yTRADE THE ADVOCATE could bo Kentucky Central R R BLUE GRASS ROUTE ijV ill v wzt6Xrvxv m - 4 Shortest and Quickest Route FROM v thpt - - ilr X CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS K14yi r-- MhMHKf ------ flp Hllvtl KKIINYM7 o o o o o o o o o o KOHTH ifc SOUTH ft Through daily train servico between Cincinnati uud Middlesborough and points on L 3flt it O O O O Schedule in Effect Xov IS SontluBoiiud 1881 a 01 aly Kxprcsa 8 10 ii mk Kx Sun Lve Cincinnati Lvo Covington Lvfl fllfimtitli No5 Fast Lino 8 00 pm 8 08pm 0 10pm U 50pm 10 23pm 11 Oopm I o o x o o Beating Stoves 2 to dollars Cook Stoves 650 to 20 dollars o o Cups and Saucers 30 to 50c set 1 1 1 W W REED Aocm Daily Ex Sun 2 55pm 8 02pm 1 U 1 No8 I8am m Ua CynthIaniuio 43 a m Ait lnria n is a m Avr Lexington 12 10 m lve 1iirls m h 25 nm 10 AiTWinchester12 An LiTO inoliPfttfif V S5im 80pm wpm 10pm 10 1 x Arr Richmond 85 Lyocfa ArrCorbin LiVinirstnn Lvo London LiVfl SMpm 10 m lllii topm 11 pm as ji in lSlini 50pm 7 05pm 7 65pm K u it Lvo Corbin s oo it Lvo larbourvillo5 C2 p m m Lve Pineville o 41 p m Lve JMddleburuiigh 7 85 p m Arr Cuniborlji Cap7 65 p m Lvo Williamsburg ArrJelllco uvo voruin 4 to 5 45 a 20 1 CO o o o o o o o o o ft Plates 25 to 5oc per set Lamps complete 20 to 75c 5000 Tumblers at 3 3c a piece 2000 Tumblers a 6c apiece Pint cups 2 for 5c Knives and forks 5c a piece Tinware all kinds at reduced prices Lard cans meat cutters stuffers Coal vases water sets chamber sets Coal buckets Fire sets Also will clfose but 500 chambers at 20c pm pm pm -- Arr Stanford KorthIiound viiManfoni Lvo Lancaster Ait Itichmoud Lvo WilllaVbV Ait Corbin Lve Middlesborough Lvo lincvillo Lvo narbrvlllo Ait Corbin Lvo London Ait Livingston Lvo Lve Arr Lvo Livingston Keren Uiclnnond Kichmond Air Winches ter Lve wiucncstcr Ly Lvo Richmond 4 45 5 20 pm pm pm A Daily Express No 2 Daily 7 00 T CO No 4 10 15 LvoIellico 3 am am am 8 05 mtX 8 45 mW 9 35 am1 6 58 ami 7 47 amf 8 85am S3 i Exfnn Ntf0 Dolly LveCnmTdGap awl LiuCurbin m SO rt W- T WREED Opera House Building MT STERLING KY o o o o o o o o o o 12 55 am 7 10 am 7 45 am 7 00 am 7 63 nm 8 24 am 10 40 10 55 0 seam OaSan lljOsan irtislilu loinan lOni 6 05 am 12 I2f 2 2 2 8 Arr Paris Lve Lexington Lvo Paris 1 US 1 65 ipn p pi 1 Lvo Cyntliiana Lve Falmouth Ait Covington Arr Cincinnati 27 pm 00 prn 87 pm i23nm nm am 4 0 pm u AU JMH 5 45 pm or pm S 45 4 25 0 pm pin iwmv It 411 IWJ5 MAYSVILLE BRAN 1 m o 12 Xorth IJoimd ijve Cincinnati Ex Sun W A Dallv i10 U Ex Sun put pm pni pm 0 as jm 7 00 pm 7 51 pm 8 30 pm 1 Dallv UTIllglOU Lvo Paris Arr Mlllewburg AiTCariisio Ait Johnson Arr Maysviiio V 7 to 8 18 31 o am m OJ 5 20 0 15 i5 a i L South Bound says Vick Ex Sun No 0 Daily Dally Ex Sun 1 No 11 V Needed Improvements Manufacturing interests have de- Â¬ veloped inventions far in advance of tho farm or tlio household In these circles where there is need of impor Â¬ tant improvement there are many of the same old implements which were in use half a century aro There is need of a farm wagon which will not iuk deep in mud or sand whrn a load is to be drawn Who has over put an eight inch tire on a road wagon A wide band tiro would roll ovet mud or sand instead of sinking in stud becoming clogged as the narrow thin tires now do There is nothing patcut ablo in this idea and the manufacturer who first puts upon tho market such a vehicle is almost cer Â¬ TIO toamster must tain of success guago his load not by what his horses can draw on a level ground or even uphill but on the ruts which tho nar Â¬ row wheels have cut in tho soft or wet ground and into which his thin Jiosivy whcols cut like knive With si tiro presenting a five fix or eight inch surface there would bo no and little danger of being clogged by the 6oft sticky mud On grass land and low giound such wheels would bo wonderfully not only in avoidance of cut ting up tho ground but for ease of draft It might almost pay for tho county or Stato to pay a premium on tho use of wide tires or a fino on nar- Â¬ row ones on account of the condition Ono of tho priuciplo of tho roads items of cost is tho filling up of holes caused by tho cutting and grinding of Willi wider narrow tiro wheels ones this would bo entirely done away with and such a thing as a deep Siolo or cut could scarcely occur Tho continual passing oi loaded wagons instead of working injury would funoolh tho earth and act liko tho per Â¬ petual pressure of huge rollers and would kcop tlio track lit almost per Â¬ Much better roads fect condition cut-titig-- in s Tho hornfly is injuring dairy cattle in New York state The sixth annual convention of tho Association of American Agricultural Collages and Exporimout Stations will meet in New Orleans Nov 15 iff et According to the department report tho area down to wheat is tho same au a year ago and tho cotton area is 16 per cent less Aside from tho honey stored by tho busy bee the Rhode Island experiment Hlalion expresses the belief that tho in Â¬ fluence bees and insects exert in the proper fertilization of tho flowers of fruits and vegetables is of far greater importance than is goneally allowed Does Sawdust Drive Bass I have just returned from a black bass trip to Maine and ant curious to sec a lew records of what may bo termed good sport in bass fishing The pond visited oilers all the half pound bass one can catch with largo fish very plentiful My best record was fourteen bass weighing between two and a half and three pounds each taken between 4 and 7 a in the smaller fish I did not count Would also mention that tho best locality was at tho edge of a largo nawdusl bank within threo hundred foot of a mill I always supposed that much sawdust was injurious to ilslt of all kinds but this experienco teaches mo otherwise At times tho water was full of fine chips with shavings on tho surfaco so thick that casting was diffi- Â¬ cult I presumed that sawdust was an attraction rather than othenviso as largo fish were thick at this special point Sawdust kills or drives away trout How is it with bass Cor of Tlio paste formed holds tho worm till American Angler Wbea Babr WM jfelr we gar her Cartonh tho sun scorches Ji im to death Tlio first coins minted in North When ahe wu a Child ine cried for Castor Tlio best of food tho best of care When she became Itlsa she clun g America wore produced in Mexico in to Coatoria 1515 and the coinago of tlio colonies will not prevent fowls from becoming Theo ma d Children ihogare thorn CutorU that afterward became tlin United diseased and unprofitable when In Slates used thp Mexican dollar as the overcrowded quarters standard ox value I mawuvMKgggjg 2flSHPPWrT f itf fift J Tho Potato Crop From all directions wo got reports of a light crop of potatoes except in tho great potato county of Maine Aroostook Tho farmers of that county appear to havo grown more than an avcrago crop and as prices aro already high and expected to bo higher they will aain realize a hand- Â¬ some income front their tubers which are said to bo of excellent quality Indeed wo hear but littlo of quality tho trouble being with diminished acreage and light yield According to tlio report of tho statistical bureau of tho agricultural department tho total yield of tho country when wo con sider tho population will be the small- est wo ever had But if what wo havo keep well and remain sound wo may stand better off for potatoes in ho spring than wo have in several past years when they have rotted bad- Â¬ ly There appears to be always somo compensation for every I038 and per Â¬ haps wo shall get our compensation in this case in a bettor quality and better keeping It appears that the Aroostook farmers owing to tho plentiful Surplus on hand last spring planted more than they otherwise would havo dono so last springs ap Â¬ parent loss will redound to this years gain Wo rejoice in this good luck which bids fair to bo a public bless- Â¬ ing Miror and Farmer Â¬ A Michigan inventor has devised a now and seemingly practical method for lighting trains of cars by electric- Â¬ ity In his idea tho storage battery is brought into uso and many ot the great obstacles heretofore ahindranco to lightning trains by tho clcctricii current havo been overcome A val uablo featuro is tho dovico arranged to retain light in tho cars at a stand- Â¬ still In each car a small but powerful 8torago battery is placed Whilo tho train is in motion theso batteries be Â¬ come charged When tho train stop3 at tho station tho power from the dynamo ceases but automatically the storage batteries como into play and light tho train A car may bo cutoff and thrown to a sido track to await a connection and tho lights will bo in servico for six hours Tho timo can bo increased at wjll by increasing the storage buttery power Tho headlight for tho locomotive and every light in tho train will bo electric and tho tax on the power of the locomotivo will bo vory small Tho cost of tho system is less than tho ordinary lights now in use on railroads Tho dynamo is so arranged that it doc3 not tako tho power from tho locomotivo when it is doing its heaviest work that is when it is starting The work begins when tho engine is moving at about 13 miles an hour When tho train is broken up tho wholo apparatus is in a normal condition and requires no Somo cabbage raisers destroy cab attoution whntovcr bago worms by sifting wheat Hour over tho plants while tho dew is on iooiOCOdioc Lyoaiaysvillo j c ri wo S 20 a m 5 57 n m 60 Dont let the sheop starve and run An Lexington Arr Cincinnati wJi iifbuB 11 8 28 7 i5n 7 40 n m 2 27 pm 3 20 pm 3 45 pm 4 10 7 00 pm UJ am 00 am pm pm 37 pn 0 45 pm down in condition by remaining in an SHKJJOXT CPAT3IOKE old wornout back lot pasture with Trafllo Manager Genl Gcneraloulcofl tuIsvilleKy lna AfS nothing fresh or palatable to cat J0IWE AsstGcn1 Art This is the sheep husbandry that OnJcc Chamber of Commerce Kldgf Clnt O uoeseut pay and it is quiet timo that No Pnllt- - frt nil nihi it is laid away with tho past Sheep toJCIC7nliUajr0X Suday Hxlngtoi should bo kopt thriving through the V - t tk autumn months To do it they must havo palatable nutritious food and CI enough of it There is no stock that will jpay better for it 1 1 aJanf Sr N0 h Vnli VlTlM am paying clean cotton rags I 1 per hundred for -- li 4t JO MA 1IK0FESKY HEALTH IS WEALTH AS NlnITuv ftm r luth lny 0XC Tt fl 00 am Artivus rin ennediato stations HOST 15 M dv Bs P qunm J qcALlTT C est Nervo nnd firnln Treatment a Dr guaranteed sptclllo for Hysteria Dlzzine Con t WHITES tits Nervous Nutirnlxia Hcidnclie Aerrous rivstrntUn caused bv the uo or alco liol or tobacco Wakefulness Mental Depression Softening of tlio llrain resulting in insanity and leading to misery decay and death lrematiue Old Age niirrcnnev Loss of Iower in either sex Involuntary Losses and SncrmntoiThoa n caused by ovcr oxertion of tho brain self abuse or over indulgence Kach bo contains one months treatment 1100 a box or six boxes for W sent by mall prepaid on receipt of prico Tiilalons Has ViMIME 20 FOR Fed all mtm Worm RomecHos YEARS EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD EVEBYWHEHE rrprtiiy mtiuitDaoyTATLon auu co stloch WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES To cure any case With each order received bv us for six lioxcs accompanied with fS0O wo Mill send tho purchaser our written guarantee to re- Â¬ fund tlio money It the treatment does not effect n euro Guarantees Issued only by W 8 Lloyd Druggist and Solo Agent Mt Sterling Ky JAPAIStSE 500 Reward j I Wo will the above reward for any case of Liver Complaint Dyspepsia Sick Headacho In Â¬ digestion Constipation or Costlvencss we can not cure with Wests Vegetable Liver lills when the directions nro strictly complied with They are purely vegetable and never fail to give sat Isfactlon Sugar Coted Lnrge boxes contain- ng 80 jllls23 cents Ilewaroof counterfeits and Imitations The genuine manufactured onlv bv John C Wkst Company cujoaqo 111 laxsale by nil druggists r aJiy t i pay - 8fjgure A Guaranteed Cm 0 for Piles or whatever kind External Internal illiudnr Klccd ing Itchlnh Chronic Itecont or Hiivdltnry Ihlu remedy has iHvitlvely nover been known to fall Ioyuboxtl boxes forJoo nent by mail prepaid on reciipt or price A wilt tun Guaran ce iioslOvcly glvt it lu each purchaser or ti boxes when lmrclmsed at ono time to refund the 609 nuld If nut cuifd ttiarautce by WS Lloyd Dniuiflst and 8olo AgeaU MUbteillng Ky Call Sales np for My or degree 1 lurd U -- ffjftr-r MttfiS m r- - mnM f j fsWptrvWBWt J MT STEELING ADVOCATE TUESDAY QOTOBEE 18 1S92 i E ADVOCATb OnAVEOF REBECCA Scotts Famous Herolno Libs In a Sadly Neglected Sopulchor Of All the women Sir Walter Scott has drawn Itobccca and Itowoua aro the heat known and tho best beloved says a writer in tho Philadelphia imes Tlio tender strength of llic lie tho tonucr sweetness 01 mo oinur romantic story thiough which ley movo and the perfect ion of tho ccfitrast ueiween mem an uunu iuutu to fix them firmly in tho hearts of all readers It has been said that Ito- Â¬ bccca is tho great novelists finest character If this is so it is of all tho moro interest to up for her prototype Tho orignal of was a Philadelphia Rnhnnna j tho daughter of Isaac of t York was Rebecca Gratz born in this city in tho last century and still liv Â¬ ing after tho two groat novelists who ivyEuccccuca acott nact ucen gauicreu 10 Avalhalla I stood tho other day by her forgot- Â¬ ten gravo in the llttlo old grass grown Towish cemetery on Spruce street just south of the Quaker meeting house between Eighth and Ninth frrects and I read the simplo inscrip Rebecca Gratz tion on tho tomb i fl F i imrngm VK imi Died August fcorn March 1 1781 271869 Miss Grata was a conspicuous mem- fsberofan honorable Jewish family 1sho possessed in early years indeed even to tho day of her death a sin Â¬ gular beauty of facoand form Her eyes wcro of exquisite shape large blackWl lustrous her figuro was graceful and her carriage was mark Â¬ Besides these ed by qiet dignity had elegant and win Â¬ attractions she ning marnicrs GontlcJbevevolcnt and accomplish ed Rebacea soon became tho center of f a bnlliant circle ot men ana women Iiristians and Jewish Her narcnts todtwhen aho was very young but featz mansion presided over by ATI uenocn cominucil to bo known far aijfifado foMts hospitality Ono of the st intimate friends of her brother was Wniinton Irvine who was then i io early freshness of his litcr- ary cr and in this way a cordial dp and admiration was cstab- etwecu tho author and Miss Gratz v hicli lasted as long as life Matilda Hoffman who was the object of Irvings only love was also Re- Â¬ beccas dearest friend many of her younger days being passed with the HofTmaus and other old families in INow York During Miss Hoffmans illness Rebecca was her constant first companion sharing witli her family tho cares of tho Bick bed and holding l Matilda when she died in her arms Scott and Irving met for tho first time in 1817 tho American visiting Sir Walter with a Jotter of introduc- Ho tion from tho poet Campbell was most cordially received at Ab botsford and there Irving passed sev Â¬ eral of tho most delightful days of his New York city and New Haven life listening to tho many talcs told These meteors travel six or seven linn as no ono but Scott could tell them drcd miles an hour after they become and rambling about the beautiful hills visible Meteors aro mo3t common about During ono of tho frequent conversa- Â¬ tions botween tho two authors Irving August 10th and December 7lh when spoko of his own and Miss Hoffmans tho earth annually encounters long friend Rebecca irata of Philadelphia droves of meteoroids as they journey He glowingly dcscriboil her beauty around the sun Onco in thirty three and related tho story of her firm ad- Â¬ years tho earth passes the stream of herence to her religious faith under Leonides which seems to como from but tho qoustcllation Leo and it is so long tho most trying circumstances particularly did ho toll of her zealous that six or eight years aro required philanthropy and loveliness of charac for this flock of meteors travling twenty six miles a second to pass a tor was very dcoply im- - given point When tho earth meets Sir Walter pressed and interested and conceived this great torch light procession there J Tho next tho idea of embodying a character is a display worth seeing Ho ono will tako place in November like hers in ono of his novels was then revolving in his mind tho 1892 And on tho story ot Ivanboo Whero meteors como from is not strength of Irvings vivid description known Whether they aro fragments ho determined to introduce a Jowish ofburstcd planet or collected star dust can onjy bo surmised Once fomalc character Scott composed this story during it was thought that they kept up the moments of inieuso physical pain yet Suits hcatjiy running into him but at times ho becamo so interested in that theory has been abandoned tho character of Rebecca for he even What is certain is that tho planets aro adopted her name that ho rose from becoming somewhat larger and heav Â¬ his couch and walked up and down ier every year through tho shower of tho room whilo ho dictated tho story meteors and star dust that is con- Â¬ stantly falling Thus it happens that his amanuensis Ho finished tho book in December whilo it never rains pitchforks yet eBteeem 19 and immediately sent tho fiivt iron enough to make a pitchfork rains HB py to Irving In tho lottor accom- - upon tho earth over day Ilarpor How do you Young Pcoplo nying it he asked Does tlio Rebecca o your Rebecca Tho smallest Bible in oxistenco has havo pictured comparo well witli recently been issued by tho Oxford ho pattqrn glyn University press It is 3 inches lotig Tho resemblance of tho character o 2 inches wide aud seven eights of an that of Miss Gratz it is said by thoo inch thick who know her was closoly marked The deepest soundings ever taken in Although tho sourco of tho character tho Pacific Ocean or in fact any placo was known to tho Jewess her modes on tho globe wero mado in thoLadron ty made hor shrink from tho publicity Islands whero tho depth was found to of it and when pressed upon tho sub bo 20850 teet or about five miles 1 U8hcM jksh Tho Courier Journal is responsible for tho following good one on Gov Hindmau v Ex Lieut Gov Ilindman besides being a candidate for Congress in the Eleventh district is also an ardent Methodist and is not averse as ho makes his rounds in search of tho po- Â¬ litical rainbow to participating in any gathering of tho brethren to which ho may havo access Tho difficulty of carrying political arguments and fer Â¬ vent religious exhortations on the samo tonguo does not usually troublo tho vcrsatilo blioutiiig Democrat of Adair Democracy is a religion with him and his religion is close kin to his Democracy It is said that tho honorablo gentleman is no moro im pressive aud effective in addressing a gathering of tho untcrrificd than when pleading with unctuous zeal in behalf ot moro pennies for the unclad canni Â¬ bals ol tho South Seas Ho is not a back pow member of his church but AN IRON RAIN an active ocenpant of tho amen corner and believes in going at the dovil of Any clear night if tho watcher has sin with all his heart whether it is in patiqnee lie may see ono or more tho form of Republican tariff robbery These or other knavery shooting stars or meteors On his way to the Democratic con arc not ttars at all but often are moro brilliant than any star because vention at Loudon recently says the they aro so near us that their friction Columbia Spectator Mr Ilindman against tho earths atmosphere cither stopped at Campbellsvillo to attend causes them to clow at white heat or tho Methodist Conference Tho sub- Â¬ to flamo up liko a torch Even a very ject of a training school was under small meteor ono not much larger consideration and the Governor being than a pinhcad might become dis Â¬ a member of tho committee which re Â¬ tinctly visible in this way and scon cently located a school in Southern against a background of constellations Kentucky was called upon fiv a speech Waiming to his subject ho outshino tho north star system astrono- Â¬ reminded his brethren that in raising Tho wholo solar mers say is strewn with particles of and broadening tho plau of education matter known as star dust whilo they must not lose sight of that which larger bodies known as meteoroids was the distinguishing characteristic chaso ono another about tho sun at and peculiar glory of tho Methodist Usually church namely its deep spirituality intervals of a few mile3 when these meteoroids encounter tho On this branch of tho subject tho earths atmosphere they break into Governor was grandly eloquent aud small fragments and fall harmlessly at tho close of each sentence amcns to the ground It is thought that loud aud prolonged greeted him from only six or soven hundred of these all parts of the house and every re meteoric Btones reach the surface of sponsive amen carried him to a loft tho earth unbroken in tho courso of a ier height ot oratory and of stature year whilo tho miiiber of email par- Â¬ Standing fully six feet six inches ticles which fall has boon estimated at high ho exclaimed Great as is tho 2000000 a day If tho air did not spirituality of tho Methodist church act as a cushion no casualty would be to day God forbid that it should ever moro common than being hit by a bo loss even with tho highest culture of which man is susceptible mctorite It made composed of it what it was in tho days of Wick- Meteorites aro usually iron silicon and oxygen tho three ele Â¬ liile It has been its inspiration ments which arc most common in tho since and I trust that it will continue earth and as no now elements havo to bo so through all tho days that are been found in these visitors from space to come fori tell you bicthren its it is believed that tho solar system spirituality is not only tho inspiration and perhaps tho universe aro made and glory but tho very bedrock of As tho Governor closed out of tho samo material as tho earth Democracy Tho motion of falling meteors is tho sentence with tho word Democ Â¬ very curious Ono has been known racy the mouths which had shaped to travel on a line almost parallel with for amen changed into bioad smiles tho earths surface and from sixty to aud thou into laughter loud and un- Â¬ one hundred miles above it all tho controllable way from Indian Territory to Central InKorsoll on the Political Situation New York where it i3 supposed to Colonel Ingersoll on tho subject of Another have fallen in fragments Judgo Grcshams desertion of the Re Â¬ passed from Michigan across Now publican party said ho declined to York State and on out to sea between talk except to say that Judgo Gresham ject ho would deftly ovado tho matter by changing tho topic When a young girl it is Baid Re- Â¬ becca Gratz wontho regard of a gen- Â¬ tleman of good position and wealth but as lie was a christian tho differ Â¬ ence in their loligious faith proved a She hopeless barrier to their union Instead consequently nevor married alio devoted her lifo to charitable deeds She founded tlio orphans asyluni of this city and as early as 1811 her namo appeared as an officer In 1833 a of tho female association mission school for Hebrew children was started bp this noblo woman At this school prayers of her own Miss composition wcro used daily Gratz lived to the advanced ago of eighty eight when sho died univer Â¬ sally regretted Tho ancient graveyard whero her mortal remains repose has been closed for burial purposes almost ever since her death although previously to that time it was extensively used METHODISM AND DEMOCRACY Tho popularity of natural wood r finish should Insure greater care than Is exorcised by most builders in the selection of panels having a rich grain A very largo majority of tho panols now used show a central cut ot grain but tho balance of tho panel shows nothing but tho edges of the growth rings This is duo to the manner hi which the logs havo been sawed they being slabbed from tho side and tho nearer the cuts are to tho heart the narrower tho grain sur- Â¬ face There aro methods of sawing where Â¬ by tho logs can be cut to show a rich grain whereas if cut tho old way AXD- they lack in color and character Oak panols show to tho best advantage when cut to show tho medullary rays that is when quarter sawed Tho few central boards of an oak log show these oven when cut in tho old way but they aro entirely lost on tho edgo with tho outer plank Ash depends upon the crossing of the lines of tho growth rings for its richness and tho Suits of Furniture all new srv Ips a a best results can bo obtained by cut- Â¬ W Wardrobes in Walnut and Oak Book Cases 37 cliff-- UJ ting from four sides Ji erent stvles Sideboards in WnlrmtM Ac nni vxijv w fil This method docs not give wide plaukbut there need bo no troublo in patterns Hat Racks Mattresses Parlor Furniture securing those 12 to 11 inches wide etc Prices to suit your pocket book which is a fair average for tho width Tho outer or what is of panels undertaking a specialty and under the manage- - ill known as tho ap portion of either ment of a proiessional ash or oak is softer than tho heart and being more porous it absorbs tho Mb filler and in most cases shows a diffEftHEgHEir erent tint than the more solid wood Oak in particular turns dark and many panels arc spoiled by tho dark muddy strip along the top and bot- Â¬ tom edges of the body when finished A crooked log sawed so as to cut across tho curvo will give a much better se- Â¬ lection of boards than a perfectly straight one unless the lattir is sawed Xo 37 North Broadway Second Floor diagonally across from end to end Byre sawing good boaids could be cut from off tho straight thick plank now in tho markets aud tho loss would bo trifling as compared with the advantago in appearance arising CAKPETS from increased richness of tho grain All kinds of hest grade of Carpets at the very lowest possible H The Hub Natural Wood Finish ijlflgijtg ssmmsmfsmmm w A SUTTON Street Mt STERLING Elsist Main KENTUCKY FURNITURE Undertaking 5000 Chairs at Cut Prices nu 7o rr m i P gMMM WMMM MMP 1 I HICKS CARPET STORE 1 3Leiiigtoxi - ISLy t - Long practice in milking especially CURTAINS mus Â¬ Beautiful Curtains well worth the monov They arc called Bargains cles in the hands A milkman Vgrip - is per Â¬ ItU therefore a strong one OIL CLOTHS haps as distinguishable to one who Oil Cloth tho hest makes and in tho newest and most desirable belongs to tho guild as if ho wore a patterns member of a secret organization A HOUSE FUBNISII1NG GOODS good milkman will milk eight to 12 No houso in Kentucky handles better goods or sells for closer cows and not have the muscles of his profits fingers so tired as to slight his woik It is very important that the milkman milk fast aud without any interruption till the close If this rule is not re Â¬ A reported outbreak of cholera at Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria garded tho milling capacity of tho Ilclmetta N J created much excite- Â¬ cowo will rnpidlv deteriorate ment in that vicinity Investigation E Thero is no use of auyono suffering showed that tho disease was not tho but a violent dysentery with the cholera when Chambei Iains cholera which is almost as severe and danger Â¬ Colic Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy Mr Walter Williard can bo procured It will givo relief ous as cholera a prominent merchant of Jamesburg in a few minutes and euro in a short two miles from llelmctta says Cham Â¬ time I have tried it and know berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea W II Clinton Ilclmetta N J The epidemic at llelmctta was at first be Â¬ Remedy has given great satisfaction was an honoraUe and high minded lieved to be cholera but investigation in the most severe cases of dysentery man and that any chango of view he proved it to be a violent form of dys Â¬ It is certainly one of the best things had undergone had certainly been ac- Â¬ entery almost as dangerous as cholera over made For sale bv T G Julian tuated by what he believed to be We represent the most cel This Remedy was used there vith right ebrated piano and organs the great success For sale by T G Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria What do you think of tho Presi Â¬ best known to the world Julian dential prospects Colonel Deputy Marshals arc engaged in hot Nature manuros By Mulching Tho situation is badly mixed A pursuit of tho men who assassinated A hint from nature as how to ma Â¬ Deputy Collectors Creed S Cardwcll great many Republicans seem to think Hazelton Brothers Bush nure properly is given by leaving a Joo Spurrier and S D Mather Friday Harrison will be elected and what Gerts Smith Barnes plat of pour oil to lecurpcratc itself of last week in Lincoln county Tenn many people think sometimes comes Kingsbury Ivers The first thing noted is that whatever Two suspects havo been arrested true and sometimes it doesnt and grows on tho soil whether weeds or tho Colonel chuckled mightily at his Ponds grass falls and lies wheie it grew ovasivo wit There aro a gicat Uhless iho soil be vciy poor it makes many people who are for Cleveland and against the Democratic party Mason Chi- Â¬ tne first year a pretty good mulch Hamlins and Tho soluble portions of this growth Lots of pcoplo hate to sec one fail and cago Cottage aro carried down into tho soil by they dont want tho other to succeed rain So far as I am individually concerned Next year the growth of veg- Â¬ We also handle the best etation is larger tho mulch heavier I think more of tho principles of tho Republican party than I do of the can Â¬ and latest improved and the impiovcmciit of tho soil in more rapid didate so you seo I dont want any Am Cultivator- To tell tho truth wo aro in office Happy Hooslors tho epoch of small things Win Timmons Postmaster at Ida The Draft of Chimneys ville Ind writes Electric Bitters It is a common trick of masons to The worlds two leaders has dono moro for mo than all other mako tho chimneys mortar smooth CURES WILSON medicines combined for that bad feel- Â¬ outside It looks better that way ing arising from kidney and liver fyOSS New No Q and the NEW Hut that virtue of a chimney is to trouble John Loslic farmer and Indigestion Dyspopflia Nanaea draw Smoothness on tho outside HOME stockman of samo placo says Find Sour Stomach Sleeplessness does not count for that A smooth Electric Bitters to bo tho best kidnoy Headache Nervous Pros- Â¬ chimney on tho inside offers less ob- Â¬ Both Musical Instruments and livor medicine mado mo feel liko tration Neuralgia Pal Â¬ struction to tho smoke It means and sewing Machines we sell a now man J W Gardnor hard Â¬ pitation of the Heart that tho flro burns bettor and less of at the lowest prices and give ware merchant samo town says Loss of Energy soot and cinders lodges in tho chini purchaser aH the time needed Electric Bitters is just iho thiug for a WeaknoM of Back Feelings of Languor and Lassitude Gen Â¬ noy If there is to bo any obstruction to meet payments which are man who is all run down and dont eral Debility La Grippe n tho draught it should bo in tho monthly and easy No more caro whothor ho lives or dies ho found Xto Etc stove pipe whereby tho heat can be now strength good appetilo and felt than can be saved up ZnuMforSSyunhr eminent phyricUna kept in tho room Tlio chimney just liko ho had a new on lifo la tho UnlUd a4 mrceona tbsm the beet DUtM Baa pro Office at residence on Rich- Â¬ Only 50 cents a hottlo lcaso S to offer the least possible ob- Â¬ ought BOBooed by at W Lloyds itouree where all others toll TONICIt extant Try b struction to tho draught and tlicre mond avenue mbvUmoO skyourDruicUtXorlt m4 drug storo toro insure most complete burning of PRICE 100 PER BOTTOM T havo wood or coal E L Dawson S Son stock P Martin Covery an clogaut of millinery Btylif cCwHft J El RAT tops nobby and thoir prices dofy c I Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria MT STERLING KY lion atcailyagcs cultivates strong ZlJMmSSBBSBSSSSS Musical Instruments m OIR GkAJSTS Sewing IMIaoaines WHEELER TONIC s Pini xx ai OF APPETITEr J iTu i n in mwmpiiiiiiitwnMiniv 1 V rJ Jl tV i fV i A M- -- JAlii r twiteiM WTTy TJ IEKal2 r- t tpjtossil Jc O MT STBKliING ADVOCATE TUESDAY OCTOBER 18 1892 r i u Ffi Hi 91 t Ill This is tho first of twelve to bo built for our now battlo izTsJJSTTzltrTJTfJTf diips This with thrco others avo ffl intended for tho turrets of tho cruiser DR VAN Oregon being built on tho Pacific Coast This monster gun will take llrl i Gossips About His Trip to Washing- six months to build but thoso that fH ton and Some Things He Saw follow will not consumo near so much m time as machines aro built largo enough and hoisting machinery in m Arc you going to the G A II cn- - placo will much shorten the time on Beautiful gold goods watches set rings pins charm canipment was tho question asked the noxt Thero is as near as I could m etc us weeks beforo it occurred and by guess 300 yards of this shop with Fine Stones the most elegant Diamonds so interested guns running crosswiso as close as Ml Hazelrlgg tho number that scorned Successors to Wells upon In the I estimated about twenty would go thoy can abo worked for heating each center is great oven from here but when the hour drew Fall and winter stock now full and complete if layer or jacket so as to shrink it on EAST MAIN STREET near only one lady Mis3 Ida Thomas comprising novelties in Dress Goods foreign and completed no joint can bo seen and four comrades wcro booked for When m one solid piece domestic Silks Underwear Hosier Yarns etc Washington D C via tho elegant and it looks like P detail I could fill your paper with vcstibuled night train of tho X N Ladies and childrens shoes in abundance and Su Â¬ this work Tho M V road Nothing occurred to connected with very low m perintendent was a gentleman and pa Â¬ break the even tenor of our way un Our carpet department is complete with Fine Ji tiently explained and answered all our less it was somo woman losing her sizes aro in course of Carpets Rugs Mattings Oilcloths etc berth on tho sleeper and waking all nucstions All construction It takes 1 100 opera l ino and latest stylo Wall papers plain and decorated Picture Franu It was a in tho car to find her place ft stynsn ana wen seieccea nne or laci les in lives to run this little sido show Fine Art Material etc clear case of wigwam lost not In- Â¬ jackets on hand to show Gloves ribbons trim- Â¬ Ji to ono out of four North Maysvillo Street dian Quiet being restored some which is only Mt Sterling Ky mings and notions of all kinds always on hand fill sawing make machines for killing people and fat porker commenced Sept 20 1 y bo hoped that war will become Come in and ask for what you want we have it toil gourds with a cross cut saw So it it is to that no so perfect and expensive m sounded until 6ome humanitarian aflbid to go to war After shouted Fire in his ear when he nation can through tho gun shops we To make an Investment in a Building and Loan Association the snorer rolled oil the upper shelf passing went to tho dock where the pneumatic v be pure to take stock in the and yelled for the porter to carry out dvnamite cruiser Vesuvius lay All i ti Main Street Ky his trunk first All had a good laugh ship could not and then tried to go to sleep parts of this fast little as tho eyo of competition is but in vain as three ladies by be visited excluded as well as tho sight seer this time had become seasick Tho guns placed omnipresent doctor pulled his medi- Â¬ buttho muzzles of tjneo Because it is tho only Association that gives you a definite contract These close together could be seen cause it is tho only Association that publishes and proves by actual cai cine bottle and give them all some HORSE AND TRACK George Starr will in all probabili- Â¬ uuu a oioyiv iiiuiuiuH in years xiccauso vou will not bo disannoin and peace and guns fifty icet long project their vini frumenti qs ty cut I0080 from thoPlcaBanton farm when you wish to borrow Bocauso its charter doos not allow tho Assoc compressed air at a pressure found us in missies by Daylight quiet reigned Ton trotters aro now credited witli stable at the close of tho season uoii 10 uuv 1300 pounds to the square inch real estate Because ttf At best businesssun or icaso property or speculate in approvo the W Va mountains Cant de Â¬ of men and financiers of this State the plan ofBo records of 2 10 or better present ho is driving FJying Jib and COLUMBIA Bocauso it pays 8 To bo continued scribe their beauties refer you to per cent semi annually Coupons ataJi j Green Mountain Maid has nine in Don Pedro while Kclley is handling miLoiuia nuuiiiu uuu uii uui ULTUIHH l stereoscopic views on sale at the news tho balanco of their outfit County Superintendents Report of the list Think of it stands At Covington where we SchoolsC W HARMS President W W THOMPSON Sec JTieas halted for dinner wo met Capt Chas Sidney 2 19J lias been valued at iNow that the yearling filly Belle iv a uKiiAVJiiK counsel WILLIAM O CONNELL Peters and wife and had a pleasant 75000 by tho appraisers of the Val Acton lias reduced tho pacing record DR C DUERSON Spruce District Kb 17 -- Ueport8 J M VANARSDELLi Agent Arrived at Staunton Va forher age to 221 it is interesting chat eiisiu estate un account ot my inability to travel I rnsnnctfnlli nk-- mv frtXiwU m 252 J Jack to learn how she was trained and this at my ofilco in the Tylor about 3 p in Here begins historic 100 children draws Appersou block and allow mo to exilain tho ad 2 11 Mombars will be started at is One old vet of J E B Shrout teacher has met the great furnished by a letter written by her vantages of tho Columbia ground m Nashville to still further lower tho aug 23 lv owner Mr E D Goulf of Fullcrton Stuart- - command and a Yank of Kil giant ignorance lace to face and is stallion record Neb to an exchargo patrieko critter backs had a lively now engaged with him hu a deadly Ho says that Ed Bithor has put thrco trotters in the iilly was not broken to halter un- Â¬ talk over their meetings in this part combat little Jack as he is called is the 2 20 list this season for the Allen til March after which tho bitting of the valley which was very inter- Â¬ of low statin ebnt ho makes some tall harness was put on her and she was esting It brought up tho contrast speeches and his work is telling is farm in my mind of wars horrors then and very zealous and thorough school on Guy Wilkes has twenty six 230 turned out on miniature track for fif- Â¬ teen or twenty minutes every day peaceful growing plenty of now the a slight upward tendency thero is a performers and is only thirteen years JJappahanoc 0110 uoui pas cd Kapidaii Wo trotted and paced but lack of unity of purpose on tho part old Stonewall showed more speed at the latter gait where Culpepper CD of the patrons highest number Chas W Bean has gone to Colum- Â¬ In April she was Jackson peppered us o we did not lowest 21 present 31 average two driven for tho first bia Tcnn with Folly she starts in time with lines need any salt Brandy Station where then hitched to a Â¬ months 19 twenty six daily recita light pair of poles and afterwards to it was hotter than new made liquor tions poor house poor blackboard tho 2 17 class at that place Eight daughters of Almont have a cart by tho sido of a steady mare of the same name Manassas Junction bad water poor trustees made historic by tho two editions of been added to the list of producing She went without shoes in front Slate Level District No 27 Reports heard an old Yank say Bull Hun I wearing six ounce ones behind and 06 pupil children draws 100 32 marcs this season he had slept on every live acres in could show a thrcc minuto gait right A II Moore of Philadelphia Pa Mrs Bet tie Henry Wilson the en- Â¬ this end of Virginia which agreed away About May 15 the filly was thusiastic teacher is master of her has purchased the dam of Evangeline LINE OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLE driven alone for tho first timo and by AND A with my own experience and some profession adding to the regular cur tho price being 18000 being interrupted times not without the 1st of Juno could show a 240 riculum elocution and music trustees OO Should Templo Bar bo reinstated bu mil T i iorthis was Mosbys stamping ground uiiuuisuuwBiiia quarter 111 and patrons very proud of their beforo the racing season of 1893 openp Xo peace for 35 seconds and two months later wont and his motto was school hero we find a few very bright ho will be placed in George Starrs a quarter at Independence in 31 We soon lan in to sleepy sinners pupils ten proud little boys and hands Washington which was a blazo of seconds From Mav 15 to Tunn 20 girls in one primer class great credit The search light as electric lights Nancy Hanks 204 will on Thurs Â¬ she was driven regularly twice a day is due to the present trustees for the used by the army and navy was day go to beat her own record unless but at no timo 07or a mile and a hall New South and Pioneer Cane Mills 21 Cooks Evaporators uuy It showed the numerous success of this school 4bdaily recita Sunol lowers it tho day beforo In This was done early in tho morning lowest zo tions Highest number Pans Cider Mills Saw Mill Supplies and Belting domes and spires long distances a and about G p m and two hours present 31 several recitations were that event she will go against Suuols bright as sunlight We comrades were spent in the pasturo each after- Â¬ had splendid class in Childs History Seth Griffin the noted Jas OCoiinell and Japt Howell noon She has always been taken Union District No 2 Reports 71 will have chargo of Cumberland caro of by a fifteen found at the exit door a man hunting year old boy who pupil children draws 17S92 Hiss Park track during tho meeting and for iii to ounipy his rooms which we sleeps in tier stall every night One tho competent keep it in shapo tor record breaking Mary Anderson found neat and nicely located near peculiarity about the filly is that sho building tcacliM1 has lately supplemented her FNh Commission the Tho record meeting at Indepen Â¬ will not vary ten minutes from 530 first class qualification heretofore This will suit Doe OCoiinell said LEADING a of instruction at Ken Â¬ dence has started oil well having oclock in tho morning in wakiug up but I knew ho has quite as great a with course 1033 entries for tho four week moot- - her groom by licking his face appondaging tucky State College weakness for the finny tribo as any both with a Chatauqua course ot one We saw thousands arriving Remarkable- Rescue is no excellence with Belle Vara 208 will trot no more and went to sleep hearing the con- - training There Mrs Michael Curtain Plain field her motto in the races this year having been shipped out great labor slant clang of engine bells bringing in Lager seer Muenchener Pilsener Golden Eagle and school room and out as it so often to the Kalamazoo Farm for tho win- Â¬ III makes tho statement that sho the old scarworn veterans Monday caught cold which settled on her happens that the teacher has so much ter Export Bottle Beer morning wc looked about us and saw to undo that It is said that S A Browne of lungs sho was treated for a month by Aio the most oifect products of tlio nit of bccr mnklnjf liy common consent llulliermm and concluded wc to counteract so much seas of soldiers her family physician but grew worse home that Kalamazoo Mich has PHYSICIANS AND MEDICAL JOURNALS offered George would go to tho Navy Yard and ascer Â¬ Iihs been done wrong at long ago simple deiro for first class Starr a salary of 0000 a year to train Ilo told her sho was a hopeless victim Highly reccommend lMre extract of Mult mid Ho mid tho former in arinhlj 1CSci n It tain it Undo Sam was building the of lidlnr up uZ a ofor of consumption and that no medicine lOMt With an n lcmtMlr Unftcn noirn ContitUions such i as specially teachers ha now bcooino imperative tho Kalamazoo Farm trotters of Tr Ima luin iintninnkni light kind of guns and enough oi i iiiiiumictlllO tliuicrv could cure her Her druggist sug Â¬ iiieicoy relieve tlio public of the uso of the manifold ollcied o calIod tonics which at fr i We saw and were satisfied she is happily blessed with the faculty tlieni Should Arion reduce his record a gested Dr Kings Now benellclal rtulu If thoy do no poilth o harm We havo admirabh of explaining to the children that it Discovery for liounhcrmil Mcceli il 1 will givo you an idea of tho im itmiMl uo of our U so much the best to bo quiet and half second or moro this year tho only consumption sho bought a bottle and mensity of the largest one in course of champion record of any consequence to her delight ami experiences found herself benefited construction They do not do as they niisy and obedient i t xiirunuiimuiiiu uiuwu states n Amotion It H t 10 iiiuwtiinii in ret rii the satisfaction of seeing thaf will bo lelt to Sunol is that for from first dose Sho continued its ml UC used to tako a long hole and pmir CVM itauiy a uso and after taking ten bottles foiuid our lh a icim010 iron around lthul take a long tube of her request readily and quitely gran The John Hauk Brewing Co Cincinnati Oh la The stallion Lockhart herself sound and well now does her steel with a bore of 1JJ inches in di ted her school is one of the best in the Ok 4 92 lvr ameter and 40 feet long then shrink county hero is the best Algebra class 213 by Nutwood 218 is a siro of own housework and is as well as sho others on outside of each predecessor here aro twenty little boys and girls 2 30 speed at six years of age his ovor was Free trial bottlo of this -A liiii 7Vitiwi f iouroecue was UHTOU11 until tho breech is 4 ft 1 in in diam raiding and spelling from the Primer daughter Leo Bolls having recently Groat Discovery at W S Lloyds held at Dixon Wobster county drug stoio lorgo bottles 50 cents and Wben Baby was icfc wo gave her Custom and First Header tho cxerci es on takon a record of 2 23 eter outside Then twelve jackets MesM a Blackburn Rhea and 100 Ellis Friday eveniiiLs aro very proper and When eha was a Child imo crlod for Castorli S A Browne Mr who purchased arc shrunk on to each other in suc Â¬ addressed the crowd which numbered improving highest number 52 low Â¬ tho stallion Clay When ho became Miss sho clunj to Cuitoris in Woodard cession until this monster is built as The Phomix and Bluff City Insur- Â¬ Vbeo eae tad Children sho gave tbem Castortv 0000 people they call them builtup guns All est 18 present 52 daily recitations Shanklius salo for Mons Lo Compte ance Companies of Memphis have It is tcportcd that John C Ander modern cannon aro breech loaders 31 ho best liousu in the county now of Paris Franco says that tho location withdrawn from tho Memphis Board son murderer of Editor J B Itucker urnituro and etc Geo Eslis 011i9 of tho horso for tho futuro has not Al from tho 1 in bore rapid fire of Undeiwritis and will writo poli- Â¬ of Somerset is in hiding in tho Green i machine cannon called Catlings and lladdcu ClaMon Burnett and Mies been determined upon Mr Browne cies at heir own latincr linwnfrm ainBketl robbers entered tho houso county knobs A rliahlo citizen of JRKatl Uotchkisscs up to theso monsters Anderson distinguished thcnielvcfi is very anxious that Clay should re Â¬ Other companies are IFHNMl expected to tako of Mrs Johnson in Carter county tho founty says iio has scon ap- - ivISBii which weigh when finished 158000 there wore others perhaps just as main in Kentucky another year and liko action and an insuranco fight is and robbed her of 130 Mrs John talked wilhhim proflcicm and just as anxious to re- will endeavor to havo him remain in pound and require little more than anticipated tho trouble being brought sou is an old woman and lives alouo forbade caro of Mr Strador J of a ton of powder to load at each cite but time Near Horse Cave a fieigl t trail about by a recent advanco iu rates In furnishing goods union suits tho LouUvilo discharge They will hurl a shell as Miss Kusi ell now has faster descen Â¬ Nashvillo was net underwear all grades bargains tall as my hip for so I measured it Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria dants for thrco buccossIvo generations The race troubles in Coahoma hosiory mits gloves in faot every Â¬ upon uy two negroes and Fl weighing 1100 pounds a distance of than any othor brood mare Sho is county Miss aro reported to have thing in a milliuory and notiou store ltrou a brakcuiau seiiously wol News from tho Northwest is of the ed 13 miles at tho enormous velocity of tho dam of Maul S 2 08 Tho negroes were arrested her son had their origin in a 6ocrot society or Â¬ Qot prices Examino goods This forco would most encouraging kind for tho Democ Lord Ilu8soll is tho siro of Kremlin ganized by Judge Tourgeo author of 2100 ft per second Mit8 Kate O Clark Under ho now rovonuo law for tho racy Indiana Illinois Iowa Michi Â¬ mind u solid shot through twenty six 211 and another 6011 Nutwood a Fools Errand It is claimed that Salt coming year tno Assessor will bogin gan and in fact Hits entire North Â¬ 2 18 j is tho siro of Lockhart 2 13 of Tourgeo on payment of 150 fur inches of solid steel short range At Just received four car loads of his labors November 15 ami will west seems to bo on fire for tho Dem Ilussia 2 2BA siro of Czar 3 2 13J niHlied tho blacks with a certificate superior salt which wo aro selling at havo until Fobuiary 15 n practical sea range which is about ocratic ticket to comploto It looks like Cleveland of Manotto dam of Arion 2 which thoy woro mado to beliove a very close margin U miles it crushcstluough 21 inches and Stevcison will sweep everything thorn Tho Board of Supervisors will gave thorn tlio right to vote 2il0J of steel armor as though it wcro an this all meet tho first Monday in March A Baum Son 43 iftci THE ADVOCATE an egg shell iiSSSTil5PSTPtpl Â¬ Dry Cools Dry Goods All new designs for the tab Also the most artistic j oiLVtnvvrtnL j s MIS k Mil m OK3srDvcE2srrrLZJ o ooiDd 1 J W JONES Agei i k Wall Paper and Paints a m Grubbs Hazelrig ili BfiSSPSsilsifBlSfBlI 1 m I m WHENEVER VOU WISH Of Louisville Kv 1 gggggggpglB 9 - LOCAL BOARD 11 vanarsdell i HARDWARE I ffir ii QUEENSWARE TINWARE WOODENW FULL MENTS Â¬ 1 Mitchell Fisli Bros Wagons I track-build- er ED t MITCHELL HARDWAKE MERCHANT I - i- - The John Hauk Brewing Cos Â¬ W 1 J Invetlicl i Bottled Beer 1 t4 fivc-yeir-ol- Â¬ ld Â¬ Â¬ i I I I Â¬ -- -- iu al vA mJ S IHC 6 yfiilaru t1 -- r r S iiii pfi jlH tttt JL w t wrvv tt wrt jf WWW 7tBajBy ifVy M fi r -H - 4- - f v PW 0- - MT STERLING ADVOCATE TUESDAY Trimble 1 OCTOBER 18 1892 wiimuniiwiy iSRos Wholesai e Grocers Illllllw HJ CORRESPONDENCE LAND f2 BLE Afaolesale M t i 4 5 - Grocers KY B ROSj The clcsf i - Prescription DKALEKS IK - Druggists S6C c STOCK AND CROP Court Day Klddvlllo Pure Drugs Medicines School Books School Supplies Pure Inks pencils Also Paints Oils and Varnishes Mr Dan Jackson is visiting his father Mr Joo Jackson Miss Lucy and Mr Clayton Curtis aro visiting relatives at Stanton Miss Kilty Elliott a venerable lady of about 78 years ot age died Satur- Â¬ day and was buried Sunday in the family burying ground near here Thus another good soul has crossed Jordou to meet its maker The entertainment to be given at tho Golf school house will not Le given the 21st as was announced Notice will bo given in duo season Tho boys arc trying to organize a gymnasium A Sunday school would be moro profitable MT STERLING All Toilet Arti HE ADVOCATE ft PERSONAL MENTION D W Chonault wife and children t uto Dr J A Vaneant and wifo returned from a visit fo Powell coun i i w2 Inst aeon ty Monday Mr James Hon a prosperous farmer of Cedar Grove Mcnefeo county was in tho city Saturday on business lagftl Flags All sizes for Colum- tay at T P Martin Cos Mrs T B Hodman of Frankfort is in tho city Jo to Mitclicira ior a ooKing or u D A Adams of Georgetown spent lating Stove Sunday with Ids mother-in-laMrs Clcgant lino of Underwear aim Vons on Main Street isiery vciy cheap at T P Martin Misses Katy Taylor and Mary McFaddcn are tho guests of Miss ont forget Senator Blackburns Cora Kclley cchattho Court House in tins Miss Sue Caldwell of Sharpsburg CoMnvlntf fW 90 visited Miss Bessy Robertson at J L tho Brawnors last week Miss Caldwell iBarncs will be headquarters all Baltimoro oysters in cans and Miss Deo Stephens leave for St iBon for jr i Louis Mo this week on a visit lid bulk F L Bo3worth of Knoxville Tonn Mitchell has tho handsomest Qpcn Front made glad his many frieudB by put of Baso Burner and tiug iu his appearance Saturday SIovcb of any house in the Miss Florence Quicksall of Ezcl IGive him a call and Mrs Win T Swan go of Hazel Je assortment of baby caps green visited their sister Miss Mattio 1 r i lues i wants cioaKs uoois uiiu Quicksall and Miss Jennie Cox of Ftcns very cheap at T P Martin this city tho past week w -- wi to James A Gibson and wifo 15 inst a daughter J - Lexington Steam DyeWorks i All kinds of ladies and gents gar Â¬ ments dyed good fast dcslrablo colors at less than Cincinnati prices 150 frock or sack coats Overcoats 1 pants and vest 1 coat and vest 1 ladies wool dresses 125 missc 1 scouring and napping wool blan- Â¬ kets per pair 1 mado to look now Wcjiiavo a largo stock of avooI blank ets on hand our own make which we offer at low prices Mark your namo on each1 package sent us mid state what color you want it dyed Â¬ RELIGIOUS Elder W T Tibbs Is at Nashviblf a dclcgato to tho National Tonn Homo and Foreign Missionary Convention oftho Christian church wifo and daughter accompanied him to Lexington where they spent a few Ilk - JPjioenix -- Woolen Mills Lexington Ky r old Jordan whisky For medicinal aijd strictly pure family use Jhisoods js unsurpassed1 Wo aro making a drive on this article at ono dollar per quart Tho famous - 94t Wo liandlo Howe tho best Ss Johusox 152 whisky jnade We guarantee its purity and recommend it for family use 9 4t Howe Jonxsox Repairing neatly and promptly done by J II Brunner THE shoe Â¬ 10 Gt maker 1 T Thomas Judy of Sharpsburg is Itov Sam Koyce a well known very ill Ircacheiof tho colored M E church Allen at his homo in this citjyon Sun- - visited Trumbo o Liberty Mo the family of J F Trumbo tat an advanced age last week t O Mkrell of this city and Dr A H Wall and wife of Mays n WOllil 01 icxingiou jiuvu ville aro visiting their da lighter Mrs eTop privileges of the t tho Lewis Apperson arict distillery and will feed John Lane and wife returned from ttlc a trip of three weeks to Amyx f John H Sftultzof Howards Mill Springs in Morgan county on Thurs Â¬ ding thelCincinnati Medical day jlast Mr Lane had gone there file read raedicino under DrN hoping for relief from a kidney fiV 116 was so greatly reliovcd fCi isi voiy bright young man trouble knit si wiUMtSU U II ill coursu una mini that his physician ordered his imme- Â¬ Bwiu diate return as the improvement was 1 Ouuothor pae of this paper will so marked ho wished Mr Lano to loo found thcAi Ivertisoracnt of W W have further benefit of tho waters weed thoAflBsN dwarc man of this Mr and Mrs LaDo left hero on Satur- clty anything in tho day to spend another two weeks at YMmmMfiph tho place to go these Springs Wo sincerely hope ho may find the relief ho looks for Thursifiy ov cuing at throo thirty ivUk- i m e i ifMc oclock attho rcsidenco of J F Trumbpfclay street ltev J W Fitch nUlptnthltr o tllG On oldest nf Wttmlinatnr - v w daughter Miss Elizaboth Paulino will be married to Itobort Owen Fitch of Winchester Porn to tho wifo of James Conner ofiStcpstonc Jlonday October 17 a boy Dr Pierco pronounces him tho biggjest Democrat of his age ho has meUthis year His name is Pierco ainHho Doctor is very proud ot his naincskake l Master Commissioner C C Turner sold under orders of tho Court yester-Â¬ day the George A Whitney property in this city Tho houso and lot on Main street brought 3950 and was W knocked down to Ed C Orear S Lloyd brought tho lot on High street for 1000 Mr Thos Itichoy who formorly came to this county froiri Floyd and purchased tho farm of J D Tiploii is iu luck His crop yields are phe- Convincing proof of p nomonal bountiful yield is demonstrated by a korshaw pnonstro3ity a doublo is on exhibition in this office ivhich Coy boing very Martin raiuch crowded ior room win not ac cojing to their usual custom havoi a Review of Fashion this season but after Wednesday of this week they will havo on exhibition an elegant lino of Trimmed Hats and Bonnets embracing tho highest and latest nov- Â¬ elties of tho millinery season for tho boneflt of their customers and friends ft1 Married On last Wednesday afternoon at 1 oclock at the Episcopal church Itov E V Evans officiating Miss Elva Gatewood daughter of James W Gatowood was married to Mr Ben P Gay of Fayette county They left on the express train for Denver Colorado where they will re Â¬ main for three weeks and returning will make their homo with Mrs Ben Graves at Pino Grove Miss Gatewood is ono of our most popular and highly cultivated young ladies and happy is tho man who has won tho heart and hand of this excel- Â¬ lent cstimablo young woman Ushers Qui ncy Ward Jr Paris Clell Ewing Owingsvillo Lawrence White and Carroll Chonault Mt Sterling Visiting guests were Dr J M Poyutz and wife Richmond and Miss Mary Gay Winchester Wedding march by Mrs Addic Sanluols Dr Howard Van Antwerp and W B OCounell Tho church decorations wore beautiful and thq wedding costumes beautiful and in fashions height Choice Timothy Seed The hickry nut crop is almost a committee on decoration nnd all who failure but the walnut crop was never Public Speaking took part with us We also extend better C S Blackburn will speak iu lion J our thanks to Miss Tommio Brown Aunt Vina Hammonds a respect our district as follows for her kind assistance at the organ 20 10 a m table old colored woman died last October Mt Sterling week consumption age about 70 years October 27 1 p m Jackson DEATHS Octobor 28 1 p m Clay City Died on last Monday October 10th October 29 1 p in Winchester On Saturday morning at his late Mrs Etta wife of William Willough residence East Main street of paraly Â¬ by of consumption ago about 23 sis Geo E 0vingsiagedG4 years years leaves a kind husband and two Sour krout and pickles at A Baum The funeral was preached Sunday small childrenshc was a mcnibcrof the 11 3 Ss Sons at tho Methodist church of which he Methodist church at Grassy Lick and For best white oats go to Barnes had Ween a member for thirteen years was a truly christian woman know 4t by Rev Alexander Redd assisted by ing that she could not got well had Trumbo - Rev B W Trimble Tho remains made all arrangements to be ready r7 rSeveral splcndkyolllces foij rent in were interred in Machpclah cemetery when the 6inrtions called herchome she tho Tylcr Apperson building Tho index to his life and character 3h was buried in tho old church burying 11 tf scon by tho manner iu which he is groundat Grassy Lick The husband Complete stock of ladies misses an held by his neighbors They will tell and two little children havo the sym Â¬ childrcns uuderwear at you ho was an upright honest and pathy ofthe community Martin Co genial gentlemen that ho loved his Tho Editors of the Advocate are wife and children and was iu truth invited to como out and eat possums invoico of I have just received an a neighbor llo know what suffering and sweet potatoes as we have two now packed peaches pears apricots was and by it had been the better very fine onc3 cooped and will be ripe Prico very low and and plums prepared for tho future A few days very soon quality the best J B White If Sam Cassity and John prior to hss dissolution ho was heard Wood do not like coon better tho in 4t to invoke Gods blessinr on his wife vitationis extended to them also Do you want an elegant office and children and to commit his soul You can find no bettor than ono iu intft tho hands of his Maker He then Mr John A Thomson is iu receipt of tho following from Rev J Piko the Tylcr Apperson building waited for the hour resigned to His will He leaves a wifo and two little Powers formerly pastor of the Baptist Il tf church this city daughters Several splendid offices with all Knoxville Tcnn Oct 15 1S92 Now Cape Cod cranberries at R M conveniences for rent in tho Tyler-11-tMy Dear Friend I writo a sad note T K Barnes Apperson block to inform you of the death of poor II rs Kate O Clark is moving into sister Miry which occurcd at 730 Protect your health by having this morning Sho passed peacefully Brunnor tomnko you a pair of his all her new business house away and is now infinitely with Him 10 Gt around cork sole shoes New pickles of all kinds at R M Ss whom she loved so tenderly and serv Â¬ T K Barnes ed so faithfully while wo are left to to Brunner and let him make Go May wc bo also The Montgomery county Confed- Â¬ mourn our lose you a pair of his cork solo shoes and erates met at tho Court houso yester Â¬ ready knowing not tho day nor the keep your feet warm and dry day afternoon and organized tho Roy hour when the eoii of man cotneth 10 Gt Stewart Cluko Post Col Thomas Johnson was olectcd Commander Will take remains to Alexandria Va Go to Barnes Trumbo for coal of Capt W T Havens Adjutant and for burial leaving at 2 a m to night C F Kccsco and Judgo B F Day My dear wife is nearly heart broken 4t all kinds Executive Committee Lovingly days with friends Last Sunday the Howards Mill Sunday school celebrated the Centcn- ial Childrens Day with about 350 people present Tho entertainment was a grand success in every particu Â¬ lar First was singinc by the entiro Second prayer by congregation tho Superintendent Third greeting Fourth hinging Fifth re sponsivo reading Sixth collection of chapel cards that had- been filled amount collected 1205 Seventh recitations Eighth Ginging Niiictlf reading Tenth prayer Eleventh recitations Twelfthsoloand chorus Thirteenth recitations Fourteenth an interesting talk by Superintendent on mission work this was followed by a general collection taken by four young ladies which amounted to 570 Total amount of controbutiou was 1835 Tho superintendent and Secretary wishes to compliment the - Yesterdays crowd was a largo one Merchants report business good A thousand to twelve hundred cattlo on tho market Gwod feeders sold from 3 to 3Jc extra feeders brought as high as 3c work cattlo from 10 to 90 per yoke according to quality yearling cattle brought from 10 to 18 per head tho horse market was crowded generally with poor stock a few fairly good horses sold from 100 to 175 plugs brought from 15 up The mulo market was also slow there were quite a number of work mules of a generally inferior quality on tho market mulo colts sold from 2 to 50 Feeders selling at 3c fat 1 to 5c M Kahn has bought 1200 export cattle in this county At tho sale of David Allen deed Wednesday milch cows sold from 25 to 40 two cattlo 325 to 355 per hun Â¬ dred fat cows from 2 to 3c fat hogs 470 per hundred horses from 2 to 00 farming implements sold well Robt Tarr of Millersburg cold d the 35 initios advertised in the Koutuckian Citizcn to Mr Wolfe of Pennsylvania at an average of about 95 per head It is estimated that Bourbons corn crop will bo 85 per cent of an average crop The Advance reports 1500 lb f attlo in the North Middletown vicinity selling at and corn 2 per barrel or 175 in the field Kcntuckian Citizen Cattle Paul Grassy Lick Miss Theo Iladden is visiting Miss Mary Stephens of Georgetown Miss Lizzie Mason is visiting her J Nr Mason in Bourbon bounty this week - brother Mrs A W Stoferand Miss Annie Mason arc attending tho bedside of Mrs Allio Ratlin near Sharpsburg who is seriously sick two-yr-ol- Mason Mrs Katio Smith and her daughter Lucy and Mrs Vaughn of Winn street was visiting tho family of J II Mi6s 3c B F Cloud of Clark county bought seven marc mule colts yesterday evening at an average of 1250 Butcher cattle sold yesterday at to 2 2 cents - ll one car load of Cincinnati cattle at 2 to 2A cents per pound Henry Hall 6old to Joe Turley 15 head of fat cattle pick out of 40 head at 425 also Jas Moberlvsold 27 head pick out of 40 head at 425 6011 Jas F Mason bought of John Wil 9 TP At the sale of stock by John W on Saturday on the public square in 4his city cattle sold low 4 heifers brought 35 3 cows with calves brought 2550 27 and 40 5 cows brought 1050 1950 2150 25 00 and 3400 3 heifers brought 1350 18 and 19 8 calves sold from 320 to 4 each 2 yearling steers sold for 1175 each 1 bull brought 1050 White s ll There is a fat mans club in Callo- Â¬ way county It is composed of bu twelve members all Democrats Tho heaviest man weighs 290 pounds and tho lightest weighs 210 pounds FT1 AV Hr f ji ftitthrip of ML filnrliiisr c7 nM vjiiiij ij imuitui hjm uauuuiiQ n V - iTri Louisville wholesale dealers iu Boots and Shoe willy all on tho merchants of ContralM kand Eastern Kentucky every sixty2 Mays Any orders diiectcd to Mr Tyler Appcrsou block Guthrie this city will receive prompt at fc Co of Ftcntion h it ii i it i ji is ll Administratrix Notice All porsons having claims against tho estate of Kavanaugh Tipton deed aro requested to present them proven as required by law to my attorneys All persons in Â¬ Apperson Tyler debted to said estato aro requested to settle same at once Installation services of Rev A J Arrick as pastor of tho First Presby Â¬ terian church will take place Thurs Â¬ day October 27th sermon by Itov W S Fulton of Lexington charge to congregation by Dr W C Conditt of Ashland charged to pastor by Rev R F Caldwell of Sharpsburg J Pike Powrrs Miss Mary Gwinn was loved here by all who knew her and the deepest Wo will tiH on the laiuiH Turley sympathy is extended to her sister Jiiieh Lrc uk aboit I uiiIl- xmt iof Mt Mrs Powers and the entire family on A good woman has ontcied on the - Public Sale fiiim on Sturling reward Barnes receives his crackors three times a week 60 you can rely on tliojr being fresh White Dove hams oulv at Barnes Now York cheese the finest at R M T K Barnes To ill- 10 9 I P at A Ban m 12 2t Sons Stop my papor Why a Republican and dont want it Im Wo tender our profouudest sympa - Â¬ thy toDrItMIincrandfamilyin their tlcep 6onow in tfic loss of wifo and mother who died of llux after a few Carroll- S of sickness at her home on Friday October 7th was preachcdiby Dr Poyntcr jyvillo and sho was buried in Pastor and y at Carroll ton fno congregation was moro A good hero stecmefl a faithful christian has entor- William MeKnight leaves for Sho will bo Grand Rapids Mich to put iu a now on her roward gas process there IIo will be succeeded liroiiolini - is snil ami lonolv cliildrnn under- the now company by Richard - r t liavo no mother heio to love but her Kce of Cincinnati who has had d deeds shall live on and by faith twenty live years exporienco in tho mmnion with a mother in glory is management of gas companies and swoct understands his business 1 I-- Wo aro forced to announce more discontinuances among our Republi- Â¬ can frionds during tho past week Wo aro sorry for this because wo aro so dog goned poor that wo need every dollar wo can get If this cam Â¬ paign docs not como to a closo protty soon we will have precious few of our Republican friends left on our list Again wo say wo aro sorry to loso you but must continuo tho fight we aro making against your party meas Â¬ ures cvon if it costs us the loss of your patronage But if wo cant hold J your subscription and your business and advocate our principles too we must loso y6u and your business that is all 8 CHICAGO AND RETURN SS 11 3t AxxaTiitox D and Monon The Via C II Worlds Fair Routo from Cincinnati lt Go to Barnes Trumbo for The Cinchichinati Hamilton Day- Â¬ nawha salt ton R 11 in connection with tho Mo Â¬ Wo handle a Mason connty home non forming the Worlds Fair Route made white whisky that wo can rec and tho only line running Pullman onimendforfamily use pure Vestibuled trains with dining cars to Chicago announces a round trip rate article of 800 from Cincinnati account of 9 it Howe Jonxsox tho Worlds Fair dedicatory exercises For anthracite coal go to Barnes Tickets will bo good going Oct 19 to 11 4U 22 inclusive and returning until Oct Trumbo 21 For tickets time tables and full For Salo information addross C II Ss D A No one jersey cow and a sow and agents Send 10 conts in stamps to E ten pigs O McConuick G P T A Q H M S Tyler tf Ss D Cincinnati Ohio and get a Tho genial andy accommodating beautiful albuni of Worlds Fair salesman Mr William Wilkcrson viows who has had quite a soigo of sicKuess is wo aro happy to say able to bq out James Groom a negro living at Princotou is gradually turning white TTo chango has boon progressing for Iva-11-- lughe t liuliUi tho follow tug liiopeity Onuhiiul ofuwiD Four guoil nulcli cowi with cnivea Sit hcul of gooii feeding cuttle Kivo yeui lingsteers Three j eiirlin Hitter TlimXo Oiiafi-year-o- 1 good wuik milieu Itisa Lost Last Court day six cattlo two steers ono red and one roan weigh 550 lbs ono nice red and whito spotted heifer weight about 750 lbs and throo yearling heifers weight betweon 500 and GOO lb A liberal roward will be given delivered to me hero next Court day B F Cloud 11 tf m Sterling Ky Ss Two youilin imnumulin Ono icHlinj linie colt Illuo loans mnro ami olt Koxxm mare Ono Ono Unscoe mint Ono yourling lllly out of a lUuoX -- Bigstallaud E C Orcar attor Â¬ neys for E II Pattorson woro at TJ -- - whoro thoy met Eastern capitalists and their attorneys and mado arrangements for a sale of Mr Pattersons lands This Is ono of tho largest deals on the Cumberland Pinoville At the same timo will bo routed tho New sorghum molasses very choice farm of 200 acres from date of sulo and cheap at 1S94 Possession given till March 11 lt J B WniTGu three years and almost his entire at onre body is while now The curious freak The Lexlugton Water Works Com Â¬ Tonus A credit of four months has attracted much attention and pany has brought suit against B wih negotiable paper bearing per doctors cannot explain it Treacy for 25000 for depositing jiin eonjjntcresjt frpin date uuro iu such a way as to deiilo tho JDA TUJJLKY V W 11 MALT1N Children Cry for Pitchers Castorfo reservoir 1 1 Flower crooks all sizes at A Baum Sons ll 3t Cripple One yearling hoi no out of n Ulue J hm mure Two goat brood malumOno good buggy Hone Three now and pitf Tw olve gootl hoivt Twenty three tackti of co or hay 225 lMi rolrt of corn in ulioch One milky Ono good priisf wagon aud Imrna- Oao rockuwuy etof iwo tiorto wagon uarnem One two honto wagon A lot of fanning Iiiinlomoutf A double barrel muzzle oadiiig stiol gnu murf Hy vj -- V - i vi 1 X 1 j i WjyyjyMg I t- i O5 n MT STEBLIN Liko tho western ranchman Flor ida planters roundup their cattle at stated intervals to take account of them On tho ovo of ouo such roundup every ono took sides in a controversy as to tho ability of Tigo a famous old yellow dog hero of much difficult cattlo driving scarred reckless resourceful to bring up to tho pen a particularly wild and vicious black steer whoso lawlessness threatened to demoralize tho wholo herd Tho scene opened with what looked like a hopeless confusion and rout Tho steer allowed neither man nor dog to como within whip touch Tigo to his supporters amazement arid disgust kept well on the outskirts of tho scrimmage all tho time with his oyo on tho black monster whoso bellowing shook the air At last tho dog made one faltering run in the steers direction Tho creature rushed upon him and there- Â¬ with without moro ado Tigo started in mad ignominious flight tail be tween his legs tho picture of cowardly terror while tho bull thun Â¬ dered after him with lowered head and wicked horns Tigo turn tail I Tigo run gasped the amazed and infuriated boys who had maintained sturdily that tho dog was lxld enough and able to perform tho feat Yes 6houted tho tall old planter their father and Tigos owner as with herd well in hand they galloped of ter tho vanishing dog and steer 32J1J leforo you shoot Tigonotioo whero He IB nnjng to r fiv all that was wonuerf ul straight to the cattle jenl Aftd up to the gate the steer rushed after him and through tho gate and then whero was that cowardly dog Liko a flash of light over tho wall and facing tho pen gate every muscle tense and ready for battle his voice at the same time calling tho men to como in and do tho ono thing ho could not do close the gate and hold tho pris oner which his magnificent strategy had brought there The boys were filled with admiration for Tiges brilliant strategy Tho hat went around and money enough was collected to buy Tigo the finest of collars tho silver plate on which boro tho date of an exploit that Homer need not have scorned to sing I believe Tigo planned it all out said ono of tho boys while wo wore sneaking around tho edge of the crowd watching things Nothe said Tigos owner That old dog settled it in his mind last night while he was listening to our talk bout what a circus wo were going to have a gettiug that steer Boston Commonwealth in Â¬ ADVOCATE TUESDAY OCTOBEB 181S92 How tlin Dos AccomjilliiliCfl by Strategy What Ito Coultl Not Otherwise Â¬ ltn Cure llHrkri arc two kfcids of backacho Hftr tho superficial and tho esoteric back ache Superficial backacho is actual It is seated in tho back as tho namo indicates It is never very serious and may bo easily cured by porous plasters red hot irons suicido or other mild forms of counterirritant Tho esoteric backache is more HHVV9VHlVVVHHQVMlflRHVffiHHBpHIVP subtle It is found to be very prevalent and for among small boys who are compelled by tho inexorable logic of tho cirC cfbria b ao wa adapted to children lfct CAntortn cores Colic OoeMtpaMos cumstances to throw wood into the Piarrhoea I rcconunend shod or rim on errands It is a re knowntomo i t m ntperior to Msy praaorifitioa Sour Stomach Eire deep Eructation and promotes di Kill Wotbm n A Axcsn M D markablo fact but ono established So Oxford 6t Brooklyn K T Without Injurious medication Ill by long observation nevertheless are unquestionably that boys who For sereral year8IUYorecotnmn1i MTh um of Cctorita wunlrtrslnt Caetoria atid hall always subject to esoteric backache may do Its merits so wall known that it seems a work your as It has invariably producedcontinue to beneficial Few are the do bo of sunerorocatlon to endorse It almost anything with impunity so IntftWcent faralllM who do not keep Cottori results Edwin F Parsxx H Dn long as they do it voluntarily It is wlihto easy reachCutLoa Hakttw DD 125th Street and 7th Are MXbO Wlnthrcp only another forcible reminder that New York City Xew York City Loto Pastor Bloomlncdalo Deformed Church human minds have found a few peb bles of truth whilo tho ocean of Ths Cwtaub Comun 77 Mujjjut Etrmt Kkw Ton psychological mystery spreads be fore them in immeasurable vastness Tho utilitarian school believes that counterirritatiou is tho only remedy for esoteric backacho also A buggy whip or a barrel stavo is equally pro-Â¬ MFfTfSlisiTSJifSi1 hS ductive of felicitous results Do not consult tho family physi S cian too often It conduces to the centralization of wealth Detroit F-A-L- Ua Tribune There- Â¬ FIRE If you FRE FEE Â¬ Â¬ m w want good Insurance m M mWi 11 I insure with HOFFMAN HjaiaiMiHHt If you want reliable Insurance Children Infants Insure with HOFFMAN If you want to insure in compa nies that pay all losses promptly insure with HOFFMAN S3 1 m Â¬ Â¬ He represents more companies and pays his losses wifh more promptness than any agent in Eastern Kentucky and insures at rates as low as any agent of a first class company Office Traders Deposit Bank 1st floor Â¬ lrPJPpJJsrP f A HOFFMAN Boarding House AND- - m C3 OOIDS -- Â¬ Â¬ tect is the ideal exposure for a din ing room That lets in the morning sun than which nothing is moro cheerful on a winter morning and 10 southern exposure gets all the breeze going on a summer day Persons in building do not half consider such quetions which is inexcusable in these days of multiplied sources of information on tho subject The saying of former times that a first house has to bo planned to know how to build tho second ought not now to be accepted A 3000 house may have the comforts and conveniences of a 20000 one One of tho former seen lately had tho ideal dining room facing east and south and the small piazza on tho east corner was in winter glass inclosed and heated from the steam heat apparatus by sending a single coil of pipe around it Here we take sim baths on frosty mornings explained the chatelaine With a rug and one or two easy chairs and tho inevitable growing plant it ifl the mostj cozy and comfortable lounging place Which may bo a suggestion to othors with such a nook as not yet utilized Her Point of View in Now York Times Â¬ Exposure for the Dining Boom East and south says an archi- Â¬ Â¬ ynyiggjiiiityjjrniyjiiiyjii-Bryjnigrf-f-yi-rp- rata UUVU I uuu 11 Mk fLm ARE NOW Receiving fall importations of Vel Â¬ vets Dress Goods Blankets Hosier Underwear including Crocadilo weaves in color and blacks Storm Serges in all tho popular colors Camels hair effects Homespun and Flaunel Suitings silk and wool warp Henriettas Drapes Almas Tricots and Broadcloth in all colore Full lino of Zeiglers Slices under contract for early shipment Em broidcirs and Torchons in good sup Â¬ ply also full lino of dress trim mings Restaurant have rented the Baum building on East Main street and havo fitted up a number of rooms I am there- Â¬ fore prepared to accommodate my friends with board and lodging by the week day or meal Special attention paid to Court day dinners Charges I CALL ON Cassicly SmithFor all kinds of t reasonable 31 J KENTUCKY AJNJJ A STEPHENS tf f VIRGINIA GOAL LOVE Y OVER ALL All Summer Goods at Cost W Therapeutic Value of Creosote J0HN SAMUELS WlmEHM WimfMmmHmWMiWMi CLJZ Riches oro naught A jewel crown May be undone and gold will melt But an ended pain is long long felt Kisses aro sweet but prayers are best Only the lips to u kiss ore given Whilo the soul goes with its prayer to heaven Dreams are shadows yet 6omettmes come Like blessed curtains that drop upon Tho scorching light of a noonday 6un Hopes betray us but faith is sure Nor asks for an answer She smiles and waits A patient child at tho heavenly goto Lore over allt A Jewel crown A pain hat Btays and a prayer a kiss Dreams hope faith patienco are met in this Alary A do Vere in Ladles Homo Journal HIS FEARFUL VENGEANCE AicheaP J CONTRACTOR -- I NICKERSON AND in BtolLDEIjIjl m OFFICE AV ihh uuu 201 Richmond Street l- un mm anu been ro esnmmtna TV AHt VtflH Tho PoUon of lluttlers Out of a thousand people bitten said E D Bourne of Palm Springs the other day I am sure that not fifty over really recover So far as I know and I have posted myself thoroughly upon tho subject for o er twenty years on tho desert and in Arizona and Texas there is no known cure for rattlesnake poison in spite of tho fact that many people have said that they were cured by whisky You may depend on it that when a man says he was cured of a rattlesnako bite though not necessarily a liar he is at least laboring under a misapprehen- Â¬ sion of the facts There is a small snake similar to the rattlesnake in appearance whoso poison is not so venomous and ne- Â¬ groes bitten by it place limo upon the spot or elso drink enough whisky to counteract tho poison Whisky if taken in a largo quantity goes di- Â¬ rectly into tho blood and counteracts tho poison of the snake But the regular Arizona rattler f roin five to seven feet in length is a deadly customer to meet It does not give any warning but strikes tho moment it is disturbed and it can strike an ob Â¬ ject almost twice as far distant as it Pomona Cal Progress is long by rattlesnakes Â¬ Dr Sommerbrodt reports in tho Berl Klin Wochenschr his expe rience for a long time post showing that creosote in large doses say one to four grains per day is for countless cases unsurpassed as a curative agent in tuberculosis of the lung For a patient over ten years his minimum dose is ono gram daily and his maximum doso four grains daily and no bad results have in any case followed tho largest doses He prefers to give it with cod liver oil in gelatin capsules containing one grain of creosote it keeping best and being best absorbed and taken in tins form His patients havo no other medicine It usually takes two or three months before its influence is very noticeable Great numbers of his patients havo taken five ten twenty thousand capsules continuously without an unfavorable symptom and with excellent appetites shbw ing of course no injury to tho stomach Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mexican Mustan Liniment A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast A long tested pain reliever The Awful Fate to Which One Man Con Â¬ signed His II ted KlvaL On a train down in Indiana re- Â¬ 11 cently said a drummer as ho lit a H4 B BLBflLHHciflilijLliLLLilnlB J sWtBMf - 3 H fresh cigar and handed several around I was on a crowded passen Â¬ ger coach and next to me sat a wild eyed looking man with what I thought was a gun in his pocket He twisted around nervously for a few minutes after I had sat down beside him and at last ho turned to me You 60 that woman up thar in tho forrud eend of tho car he said that un with tho green dress on and a slim feller settin alongside of hert She sat about ten seats ahead of us and was in reality a conspicuous object so I could not deny seeing her I nodded and he went on Well shes my wife Why arent you up there with hort1 TABLERSDII RIIPKFYFI oiraWP BLACKSMITHIuGJ I am prepared Blacfcsmlthing Eil III r Â¬ llaglurlits Tho success of Henry Mackenzies sentimental novel The Man of Feeling was very great Eccles a young Bath clergyman availing himself of tho circumstance that tho authors name was very little known tran- Â¬ tho whole work with scribed erasures corrections smears and smudges and on the strength of this manufactured copy gavo himself out to bo tho author and adhered to his pretension with so much pertinacity that Mackenzies publishers were compelled to adopt legal measures to vindicate his claim In our time wo have seen a similar fraud attempted with regard to Adam Bedo Gen Â¬ tlemans Magazine Â¬ ft H i stand and jeoJts5rayto remedy Elephant Story An elephant train was on its way from Lucknow to Seotapore and ono elephant becoming lame knelt down and refused to go on Tho elephant next in the column stopped of its own accord and when driven on turned back and began without instructions to remove somo part of tho load Instances of aid rendered by birds to others in distress may also be found Showing that tho instinct of sym Â¬ pathy exists and takes form in action Hvhen the causes of tho sufferings are Â¬ euch that tho follow bird can under An Tho want of purejand fresh water Warder what does tho prisoner accounts in many instances for the lack of eggs Fowlsyrequlro a con say Sho says your honor replied tho stant andabundant supply of water warder with evident sympathy that at all seasons of tho year and with Â¬ sho can stand pmal servitude but out it will not lay as they should if at shes blamed if sho can stand this all London Truth Â¬ In Mourning Here is a bit of talk reported ver batim from a well known woman of society who had been compelled through family bereavement to go into mourning On receiving her first visit of condolence she burst into tears and a rapid flow of ejacu latory talk peculiar to herself at ono Yes my dear and tho samo time what I havo been through no words can say Sobs I know Hook per fectly frightful it was all so trying First poor mamma died you know sob sob I shall look better when I havo touched up nryself a little but I really havent the heart to do anything now and then my brother had that dreadful accident which resulted fatally Oh it was too over- Â¬ whelming I just brushed my hair out straight and felt as if I should never care for anything again New York Tribune Recently a northern recorder who is noted for tho length and solemnity of his exhortations was addressing an old Irish woman who had been convicted not for tho first time of somo trifling offense His honor had gouo on for half an hour or so when suddenly the prisoner flopped on tho floor of tho dock As 610 warder was trying to get her on her feet again she made a remark in a very bitter and discontented tone The recorder not catching tho drift of it asked tho warder in his most impresÂ¬ 1 Its use Â¬ Farmer the Stock Raiser and by every one requiring an effective liniment No other application compares with it in efficacy This well known remedy has stood the test of years almost generations No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of Mustang Liniment Occasions arise for its use almost every day All druggists and dealers have it is almost universal by the Housewife the Â¬ lsusts mstde Tuans lorLgeisuaad ligrlrter cai rles moie losid Tlxe Toest -- wagr-on ym Placo opposlto jail on High strcot Have added to our stock of COAL tno well known BLACK BAND and tho celebrated FIRE CREEK BLACK SMITHING COAL and still headquarters for BELMONT PEACH 45 Gmo ORCHARD NUT and CANNEL COALS Olxicls kBc Jones J B sive manner M J OBrien defaulting treasurer of tho Catholic Knights has boon jailed at Chattanooga Ho gavo bail in tho sum of 35000 and was re- Â¬ leased Daimoud dyes at ll 4t Whites became exceedingly nervous That looks like it might bo enough dont itf he asked with an ugly glitter in his oye I didnt know whether to call the conductor or what to do You will do nothing desperate on tho car in tho presence of the pas Â¬ sengers I said soothingly Ho looked at his revolver and tried tho hammer onoo or twice You think this might settle it dont you ho repeated As it was about two feet long with a hole in it like a tunnel I could not doubt its efficacy and 6aid so Im goin to havo vengeance ho said in a hoarse whisper on that cuss and hell never forget it With that I asked nodding toward tho gun No ho said putting it away much to my relief but with some thin a heap sight worse and I ex Â¬ pected to see him draw a knife with a saw odgo and hooks on tho point What aro you going to dor I in Â¬ quired with a faint hope that the conductor would come along in time to prevent a panic and bloodshed Lot him have her ho said with such a powerful sense of satisfied justice in his tone that I almost laughed right in his face Ho got off at tho next station without having been seen by tho runaways and when I had got a look at tho woman and heard her voice I was almost sorry I had not lot tho De- Â¬ merciful rovolver do its work troit Freo Press GURES NOTHING BUT PILES Shes lopin ho said briefly You mean sho is running away with tho man beside her A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as tho BEST Thats tho size of it mister 41 REMEDY FOR y0U have caught PrtpirtdbrniClUnDEOSTATLORMEDPILES fTent now t CO STMCTS the guilty couplo I suppose you will punish them severely Ho pulled his revolver out and I I to do all kinds OF General Repairing 4N nunoijonujjiuu a orauiauxx have reduced my priccB to mccV hard times Only Jfi for all around Bhoeing and lumper ctmoff I for cash Special Attention Giyen to Steel fort Bring in your wood work I am prepared to do anything in this lino in first claBs style All work fully guaranteed Thankincr mv customers for nist favors I solicit a continuation of their patronage J W BARBEE IKjnst street opposite Bndscr Ilenrya n - Chamberlains Eyo and Sh A certain euro for Chronio Soro Totter Salt Rheum Scald Head Chronio Sores Fovcr Sores EczenS Itch Prairio Scratches Soro NIddIc and Piles It is coolincr and sootKIncri Hundreds of cases havo boon cured bj it after all other treatment had failed It is put up in 85 and CO coat boxes Ointment i Ji 0 lifcjarT- HI ggJlSgffffc TTV H nHI ft fi j inni ijyjj j p J ay r a y imafaC4 imJiJ 4f -- V J wi9r3WBn- - x VTai- - IflfiH