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The Mt. Sterling advocate. (Mt. Sterling, Ky.) 1890-current, August 04, 1891, Image 8

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ally Life Insurance at actual cost
For comparison with Old Line
Companies Ago 39 they charge
3019 per 1000 COVENANT
MUTUAL only 1423
We represent
L ouisvllle
Sayings Loan and Building Company
Authorized Capital 5000000
Payments CO cents per month on J3
Shares pays a profit of 486 in 7
years Borrowers pay 1450
per month on each
1000 borrowed
BnsineES solicited in any of the
above lines Agents -wanted for
COVENANT MUTUAL Benefit As
sociation
Yours Truly
T F ROGERS Co
Ask my Rfrenti for W 1 noogla Shoe
If not for il In yonr place nsu year
denier to end far cntiuouue secure the
agency and set them for you
CJTTAKE KO HUI1ST1TUTEA
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WHY 18 THE
W L DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE oenmh
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEIr
It li a tcsmleu shoe with no tacks or wx thread
to hurt the feet made of the beat tin calf stylish
and easy and because tea make more shots of tMs
grade than any othtr manufacturer It equals hand
ewed shoes costing from UU to tM
4ES 00 Genuine llaiid scwrd the finest calf
HJm shoe erer offered for ISOOi equals trench
Imported shoes which cost from 301 to 1200
EA 00 II nnd Sewed Welt Hhee fine ralf
stylish comfortable and durable The best
shoo erer offered at this price j same Brads as cus
tom made shoes costing from 800 to 900
CO 00 lollce Hlioei Farmers Railroad Mm
vi and Letter Canlersall wear them fine calf
seamless smooth Inside heavy three soles cxton
slonedKe Ono pair will wear a year
ffiO 30 line cnlfi no better shoe erer off ered at
0Sa this price t one trial will convince those
who want a shoe for comfort and serrlco
CO U3 nnd SJOO Warkliigmaia shoes
7 4b are very strong nnd durable Thoso who
have etven them a trial will wear no other make
Of BZiUO and 3173 school shoes are
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DUJ worn by the boys everywhere they sell
on their merits as the Increasing sales show
I nrlloe 8300 Ilnnd newed shoe best
halllCO Uongola very stylish equate French
lmDorted shoes costlnirfrom it It to SSlll
lndleH i50 8200 nnd 8175 shoe for
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Caution See that W I Douglas name and
price ore stamped on the bottom of each shoe
W h DOUOLAS Brockton llats
SOLD BY
GREEN CLAY CHENAULT
BLACKSIITHIM
I am prepared to do all kinds
OF
BlacKsmithlng General Repairing
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
I havo reduced my prices to meet
hard times Only 1 for a 11
around shoeing and 10 per ccnt o 11
for cash
Special Atteutiou Giyon to Steel Wori
linns in your wood worse l am
prepared to do anything in this lino
in llrst class style All -work iiuly
guaranteed
Thanking my customers for past
favors I solicit a continuation ot their
pationago
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Shop opposite Badger Ss Cos mill
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THE ADVOCATE
Tho Active New Yorlt Newsboy
A stout man of dignlllcd deportment
stepped leisurely on a Fourth nxenuo
car on Wednesday ovonlng Shortly
niter ho had got settled a newsboy
clambered on and said Utry The
stout man selected n paper and handed
tho boy ii quarter Tho boy searched
himself all over for change as though
it vo3 his custom to secreto money In
unexpected places Ilia search was a
failure IIo laid his pilo of papcra on
tho stout mans lap and asked tho con
ductor for change Tho conductor had
none and tho boy waved his hand nt
tho stout man and jumped oil tho car
IIo ran to u fat woman who kept an
npplo stand and sho shook her head
IIo darted into a htore and a fow sec
onds later darted out again
Tho car pursued its jolting way and
tho boy was in danger of being left
hopelessly behind Tho stout man
fidgeted The car got to Canal street
with tho boy still in hot pursuit He
had accosted every keeper of a fruit
stand on tho way mid had popped in
and out of at least half n dozen stores
He was a block behind tho car and
tho stout man grew terribly nervous
The car reached Grand btreet and
turning tho corner left tho boy out of
sight Tho passengers strained their
necks to watch for tho first appearance
of tho pursuing boy and finally ho
canio tearing along like mad with Jiis
head bent down his elbows btuek in
his ribs and tho tattered ends of his
clothing standing out behind He
caught tho car aud plunging on board
went up to tho stout man and handed
him twenty four pennies
The stout man gazed nthira thought
fully and handed him another penny
Tho boy grabbed his papers touched
his hat said Thank ye and disap
peared
Each passenger breathed a sigh of
relief nnd pondered on tho 6tout mans
generosity Now York Sun
Sunday Racing in California In 1840
Suddenly there was a great noiso of
shouting and hurrahing away up tho
street and tho crowd heaving and sep
arating upon either side on came a
dozen half wild bearded miners lino
wiry strapping fellows on foaming
horses lashing them to the tvtmostnnd
giving tho piercing ecnfp hnllo0 oTthe
Comanchcs They suddenly halted in
front of Winters hotel and while the
greater number dismounted and tu
multuously entered tho barroom for re
freshment a few of the remainder
mado themselves conspicuous by acts
of daring horsemanship picking up
knives from tho ground while at full
gallop Indianlike whirling on tho sides
of their steeds then up and off liko tho
wind and while apparently dashing
into tho surrounding crowd suddenly
reining in their horses upon their
haunches and whirling them upon
their hind legs then without a stop
dashing off as furiously in tho opposite
direction
These few proved to bo Doniphans
wild riders who even excelled tho
Mexican caballcros in their feats of
horsemanship At last oil together
oneo more they camb sweeping down
tho street apparently reckless of life
and limb As they passed tho scurry
iug footmen cheered them on with great
good nature Tho crowd closed again
and in a brief timo everything was as
restless as ever C 13 Gillespie in
Century
An Odd Sight In Ilcwtoiu
Tho squaro in Kilby street opposite
tho Mason building must be somewhat
liko tho old inn starting places of the
stago coaches in tho days before tho
railroads The suburban and country
expresses rendezvous there in great
numbers and there aro some very queer
conveyances and animals not to speak
of drivers in the early afternoon when
tho expresses that run clear out to Do
ver and Natiek and Sherborn and Lin
coln and such places aro preparing to
sot out on their long drivo homeward
It takes a good horse to make ono of
these trips into town and back in a day
and every day too but tho horse is
not chosen for his good looks but for
his hard muscles and his trustworthy
head and legs
IIo is a littlo apt to bo angular You
might bo gentlo reader if you had to
amble from Billcrica to Boston and
back overy day Tho wagons that
maljo theso long country trips nro not
tho spruce well painted vehicles that
ono sees going about in town Boston
Transcript
AVliHt mi Irish 1uuilne Looks Like
I visited tho Island of Achill in Con
nemara I trust I may never again
havo to enduro tho agony I endured
that day seeing men women and
children ierishing all about me with
out tho possibility of giving relief All
of tho food of overy kind on tho island
liad ibeon consumed In moro than
ono instance I saw n family feeding on
boiled nettles Tho noxt day I was
driving with a fanner n gentleman of
wealth and position on tho main land
Talking over tho misery I had wit
nessed ho said And yet I cannot say
I havo lost a singlo sheep on tho
mountain My observation was
prompt Lucky for you I am not ono
of your tenants You would havo lost
many S a Halls Book
Ambiguous
How are yonr patent prehcnsilol
bracelets selling
Cant supply enough of them
Jowolers Circular
IiisnracB Loai Amy
T F ROGERS Co
Mt feterllne Ky
ORIENT Fire Insuvauco Company
llurtfordj Connecticut 174380270
TKADEKSJ FireUnuranco Company
Chicago Illinois 1100 -10609
MERCHANTS Fire Insurance Com-
any Ncwaik New Jersey 128
7S120 COVENANT MUTUAL
BENEFIT Association G0 0000
Payments made bi monthly or
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No Monoy Required of Responsible Parties to Commence Treatment
O H BOG MAN M I
The well known SURGEON nnl SPECIALIST of Cincinnnti O formerly Krai
dent Piiv8ician of the Philadelphia Qkneral Hospital and
the Ohio Medical Institute hint for thirty years devoted liin nttention to
the treatment of CHRONIC NERVOUS FEMALH AND SURGICAL DISEASES such
as Bronohitis Catarrh Cough Rheumatism all diseases of tho Stomaoh Bowels
Rectum Liver Kidneys Bladder Sexual 0rgan3 Heart Nerves and Brain diseases
of tho Eye and Ear Deformities eto
he Will- be at the
NATIONAL HOTEL M T STERLINOKY
Saturday August 8th His I3th Regular Visit
Returning Every Fourth Week Thereafter
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION IS FREE and ho will promptly tell you
all about your dlseHse and the prospect of n cure lie undtrtakti no ircurabU cas
LADIES nffllcted with ntiy ot the Ills peculiar to their sex mny consult him with per
fect confidence and the assurance of certain relief and permanent cure Their caen
will receive Unit kind aud considerate nttention which all will appreciate His treatment
always proves satisfactory local treatment Is seldom necessary
Ovarian Tumors In tuolr earlier stages cured without pain or Instrumental Inter
ference
Sterility Is usually tho result of carelessness or ignorance It can bo remedied
Epilepsy or Fits cured by n never lulling trcutmeuU
Deafness many cases can fea oured
Cancers permanently removed from the most dellcnto organs by onr own paeullarl
method llllio or no puin no loss 01 0100a uoKnneor causiie ine oniy potutve aire
Htrlctnro Varicocele Hydrocele Spermiitorrheu aud all unnatural dtschHrgf
permanently cured
WCVnf nil nrn lin tiffin frnm lndlcfrtlnnil nnd eXCMteg will heneflt by Olir COIllUSl
and treatmeuU If they observe certain sodlmenta In the urine or Irritation of the urlnarj
organs Ihey should consult us without delay IKe restore all tueh eaies
The doctor treats with nnfnlllnz Biiccessll forms of Rectal nissn sucn as k iim
FUtals FUnnro and Ulrrrntlon of the nowcl by a method of his own discovery
without naln or detention fiom business He ouaranteet all caa
1 vi vH4AMwMnMA In nniMAiMl tfon tvat rt lurlcrmnnf In nil tvttrt fuirt mrH limn
money and health
Tho success attained In tho treatment of the cases which ho makes his specialty Is trly
phenomenal
Wonderful Cure have been effected lu old and difficult cases whloh have baffled the
efforts of all others
As his roams are usually crowded It Is better to call early In tho day to avoid blne
delayed
Persons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of their urine la a clean
botfle for examination
Patients treated by mall or express but when possible personal consultation Is prefer
able List ot questions sent on application
All CBsaliations Correspondence and Cases Strictly Confidential
Treatment sent C O D to any part of the United States and Canada Address uHi
pottu gcorrepi
c BQGHAN Box 703 Cincinnati 0
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Tobacco Growers Association Warehouse
NORTHWEST COR 13th MAIN Sts LOUISVILLE KY
Rates 150 per hhd 30 days free storage 25c
per month after 30 days No deduction for
samples Mark your tobacco GROW
ERS HOUSE
W T JONES of Henry County Slanoger IIAIUIY SKOOK ofShelujICounty Awt Mangr
Capt B A Tracy Solicitor
IS IT WORTH SAVING It will cost you to sell at any old Warehouse
in LouiBvillo a hhd of tobacco supposing tho hhd to net 10 an follows
Warchouso charges 200 Commission 100 10 lbs Sample 100 400
Itwillcostyontosell 10 hhds at tho same rate 4000 It will cost you to
sell at tho GROWERS HOUSE the same tobacco 0110 hhd 100 no de
duction for sample no commission 10 hhds 1500 Showing a difference
in favor oftho GROWERS HOUSE of 2500 If you aro in tho tobacco
business for mouey aud consider this little sum worth saving in tho sale of
ten hhds of tobacco ship to the GROWERS HOUSE
for Infants and Children
Cast orl a is so well adapted to children that
I recommend It as superior to any prescription
known to me II A Aacnxx H D
Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N T
The use of CnstoriaIs sounlTersal and
Its mr rlts so well known that it ceems a work
of supererogation to endorse it Few are tho
Intelligent families who do not keep Castorla
within easyreach
OutLos Mirtw DD
New York City
Late Tastor Bloomlnedalo Reformed Church
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rriiojur vaiatvguo ant juu xnjormuuon
Castorla cores Colic Constipation
fiour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation
Kills Worms giTea sleep and promotes dl-
WitEout injurious medicaUoo
For sereral years I haro recommended
your Castorla and shall alw ays continue to
do so as it has Invariably produced beneficial
results
Edwin F Paroiix II D
The Winthrop 125th Street and 7th Avo
New York City
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MaiiurnctmciB of mid dealers In the Cclclnntcd
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OROWN and MONARCH FLOURl
Slslf mil Bran Always 01 Hand
The highest MARKET price paid for WHEAT f t
LEADING STOCKMEN RECOMMEND
RETS0F ROCK SALT
It is so much better than
the ordinary salt that there
is no comparison
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Sold only by 4
Chiles
Thompson
Bargains for
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the People
Clothing Hats Boots Shoos
iWARP ENTONS
New Stack Best grades
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lot
Big Stock Boys School Suits HOWARD STAD
AKERS Fine Shoes for Ladies Misses Children
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SHARP TRIMBLE DENTON
Mexican
Mustang
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Liniment
A Cure for the Ailments of Mn
and Beast
A long tested pain reliever
Its use is almost universal by the Housewife the
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
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