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HARRIS MASON Proprietors
Of New York
Of Kcutucky t
von circuit court clerk
ol Montgomery County
of Montgomcry County
Wc arc authorized to announce
Hon Jno D Clardy of Christian
county as a candidate for Governor
subject to the action of the Democratic
Hon J L Elliston of Montgomery
county is a candidate for Attorney
General subject to the action of the
Democratic party
You arc looking for the best medi
urn through wldch to reach the peo
ple You will find that
tho J
eleven ot tno prisoners cir
the murder of Chief Holiness
Sterlings Advocate For
tho reasons that it has a larger circu
lation than any paper published here
and reaches moro people who arc
tributary to Mt Sterling than any
other publication Our books arc
open to advertisers and they can sat
isfy themselves of tho truth of this as
Senator Walthajl of Mississippi
has written a letter declining a re
election to the U S Senate His term
docs not expiro till 1S95 still his suc
cessor is to be elected by tho Legisla
ture that convenes this ycar and this
made an early announcement of his
purposo necessary
Tho failure of the packed jury in tho
Ilenuessy murder case atN O to bring
in avcrdictof guilty against tho Italians
on trial there so exasperated tho peo
ple that on Sacurday morning a mob
went to the parish prison broke in the
dooie andjao to
Murn 1 A- r ayr
- axtoxiomarchesi
On Wednesday night October 15
1890 between 11 and 12 oclock David
C Hennessey Superintendent of Io
lico of Now Orleans was shot from
ambush on Girard 6treet near Basin
wounds Mero made causing his
death the following forenoon Whole
sale arrests were made that night and
tho following days Italians in each
instance wero the parlies incarcerated
On November 20th tho grand jury
returned one indictment for murder
and one for shooting with intent to
kill while lying in wait against each of
tho following Peter Natili Antonio
Scaflldi Antonio Bagnclto Manuel
Polizi Antonio Marches Pictio
Monastcrio Bastian Incardona Salva
dor Sunzeri Loretto Comifcz Charles
xrahina and Charlas Poitza as princi
pals and J P Macheca James Caruso
Charles Matranga Rocco Geracci
Charles Patorno Frank Romero John
Carusa and Aspero Marchesi as acccs
eorios Tho grand jury investigated
the case and fresh indictments wero
found against the prisoners On Dee
15 tho prisoners were arraigned and
cm February 17 the trial wxfcbegun
Tho District Attornoy pjMt hai
atfttffirfiJd aJneranco of
aso and would place on trial in the
present issue Joseph P Macheca An
tonio Scaflldi Antonio Bagnctto Man
ucl Polizzi Antonio Marches Aspero
Marchesi Bustian Incardona Pietro
fpiastorio and Charles Matranga
jilno leaving tho other ten prisoners to
bo tried later
It took two weeks to get a jury and
thrco panels of 1220 talesmen wore
mustcd Somo eijrlu days were
isunicd iii Jioarlnx the evidence
B boforo tho jury trying tho
jsrisonera brought in tho verdict the
graudjury indicted two privato de
teotires for tampering with jurors
jury brought in tho verdict Fri
jnornincr ilndinjslx of thq men
2- c f iri x
not gUllCy matranga juuvnwa xui u
doa Bagnctto ilnd Uio two Marchesis
Md returning a mistrial in tho caso of
tit otlMr three SpafHodi PoUnl ftt
Mud JfeiiMterio - y vnt
Insure lour Life
The F L U Legislative
Convention will liect at Ca
margo Montgomery county
on the first Sarurday in April
at 9 a m The Montgomery
County Union will meet at
the same time and place A
full representation is desired
J C B Duff
r32 tf County Secy
Tho Courier Journal has heretofore
been inclined to allow the Cou Con
to pursue tho even tenor of its way
with only now and then a not un
friendly criticism on its action Of
lato some of tho delegatus June been
vonting such an amount of unnecessa
ry abuse against the C T that it has
at last become tired and has opened its
powerful batteries upon the conven
tion and its work and tho members
arc reading some verv unpalatable
truths about tho voluminous and ex
haustive document they arc preparing
Tho Constitutional Convention on
Friday reversed its action of a short
time since abolishing tho office of
District Commonwealths Attorney
and elevating the County Attorney to
the ofllco of Public Prosecutor before
tho Criminal Courts This is well for
whether the members of the convention
were right or wrong in their position
tho people for whom they are framing a
constitution are so plainly opposed to
the abovo named measure that it
would assuredly have proven a strong
point of objection to the new instru
ment If the members will only go
further and listen to the wishes of the
people on a few other points they will
be doing that which will bring a very
largo number of votes to tho adoption
of the Now Constitution
Dr Clardy Avhose announcement
will be found in our columns was
among our people yesterday He met
many farmers and his genial pleas
ant manner won them on every side
Dr Clardy spoke hero yesterday after
noon and made as fine an impression
publicly as he did privately The
Doctor runs as peculiarly the fiicnd of
tho farmer and a more upright hon
orable and straightforward gentleman
is not to be found lie has been
abused and often grossly misrepre
sented but has pursued the even tenor
of his way aurt when Hie convention
afaTcour10ncnt8 wjji find he has a
following that Avill be difficult to down
The man who casts his vote for Dr
Clardy will vote for a good man
Born so the wife of W 11 Wilson
near Sidcviow on March 13th a girl
For seed
Sharpsburc Ky
Mrs B F Dorscy of Ml
has returned home after
oats go to Barnes
fiii f ijnfiwMM ws wwwwmsJWPIIIi i - - i - --
a several
days visit to our town
Miss Hattic Peck and Mrs Mattie
Emmons arc quito sick with measles
Mr Wash Stoner of Cincinnati is
viiting friends and relatives here
D W Boyd has
visit to Louisville
returned from a
Andy Lewis col has been appoint
ed sexton of Crown Hill cemetery
Mrs J J Matthews leaves next
week for Louisville and Cincinnati to
purchase a spring slock of goods
J T Picket ts had quite a fall from
his horse last week but sustained no
sorious injuries
Amos Turley who has boon under
tho weather for tho past few days is
able to bo out again
Wm Wyalt has rented the Adams
place for the ensuing year for 150
A call meeting of Grecnbriar Lodge
F Sa L U is desired for Friday Mch
20 Important business A full at
tendance is earnestly asked
Waueu Ciiexault Pros
J N Reld has been laid up with
rheumatism for tho last few days but
is ablo to bo out again
G W Sowcll is the happy father of
a young blnckaiuilh
Hiram Myers sold his pony to Sam
Sledd for 15
Messrs Pctor and Sam Grcenwade
returned from Frcnchburg Thursday
whero they wont on a business trip
Mrs Jas Cochran is confined to tho
house on account of sickness
put eight or nine in tho select circle
sheltered by tho teens before ho cats
his next Thanksgiving turkey
It is just a little singular writes
Georgo Morgan of tho Itovicw that
at Ash Grove the homo of Georgo
Wilkes thcio should bo bred the two
fastest get of his sons Axtell three-year-old
record 212 and Allerton
four-year-old record 213k aro tho
fastest of tho grandsons of Georgo
Wilkes and aro by Jay Bird and
William L both of which aro owned
at Ash Grovo
Up to Wednesday morning nino
hundred and scvontcoii entries had
been received for tho 25000 Guaran
teed Futurity Stako of the ucuvjr
Trotting Horso Breeders Asso
Only two California
been heard from
lvlmn it wOJll
irwa m wjl
With CUNNINGHAM in tho Largest Itmirancu Co on
tho globe Has moro surplus and writes tho most
liberal policy United
EQUITABLE LIFE Insurance Co is tho wonder of the age Sec CUN
NINGHAM and got one
Axlclls baby brother will bo named
Submn 218 will bo campaigned
this season
Tho total number of pacers in tho
2 30 list is 1213
Gccrs will reach Buffalo early In
June with his stable
Mattio II 2 W will bo put in Crit
Davis hands this season
The filly by Stamboul 2 11 out of
Trinkot 3 1J haB been named in the
Charter Oak Futurity Stake
J E Clay of Marchmont Stud
Bourbon county Ky has sold a filly
by Cyclone out of tho dam of Gillette
J W Fitzgerald Maysvillc Ky
for J20Q0
Mis Russell dam of Maud S and
Nutwood and Russia 22S own sis
ter to Maud SO together with Hour
2 17 and Amy Lee 2 17k have ar
rived at Warren Park Farm to bo
bred to Axlcll
F 0 Barrow of Chicago has pur
chased from Rood Lake of Bloom
ingtoii III for 8000 the brown pac
ing stallion Prince Hal 210 by
Brown Hal 212A dam Lona by
Prince Pulaski
John Donovan St Joseph Mo has
purchased from J E Madden Lex
ington Ky for 3000 tho five year
old bay fctallion Clark Street 0197 by
Bed Wilkes dam La Hunter by Jim
Monroe second dam Hannah C by
Blue Bull Mr Madden paid 1700
for hnu at the recent Brasfield sale
Kate the dam of Iloinestakc 2 M
and Judge Salisbury was a very fast
marc but so rattle headed that iho
was useless for racing purposes In
the brood marc ranks 6ho became as
famous as if sho had trotted in the
teens in front of a field of 2 20
Location has apparently very little
to do with tho success of a truly great
stallion In the past few years marcs
have been shipped from tho Atlantic
seaboard to the stallion that won hon
ors on the Pacific coast and now all
sections arc contributing to the books
of Axtell and Allerton Both of their
books are full for 1891 and Kentucky
alone will send a car load to the court
of the latter at Independence la
An illustration of tho increased
value ofsomo trotting mares from
year to year is to be seen in the sale of
Clara C a daughter of Dictator and
Joy by Georgo Wilkes at tho recent
offering of W R Brasfield Co she
selling for 1050 while at tho same
salo a year ago sho only brought
2050 Tho popularity of her blood
lines being endanccd by tho perform
ance of several stars closely related to
her in 1890 is the cause of her ad
vancing in value for as yet sho is un
tried as a producer
M E McHcnry Genesco III has
sold to II M Atkinson Wabash Intl
a two-year-old bay colt hy Mambrino
Russell dam Prolific by Strathmorc
second dam serene by Sentinel third
dam Twilight byMambrino Pilot
Mr McIIenry purchased this colt at
tho recent Brasfield salo for2500and
sold him to Mr Atkinson for 1000
He has shown a great turn of speed
A Kentucky writer while sounding
the praises of Georgo Wilkes makes
the following statement
The two fastest horses ever bred by
one breeder are both grandson of
George Wilkes
Of course he refers to Axtell 212
and Allerton 213 but in doing eo
overlooks tho fact that Sunol 2HH
and Palo Alto 212 k were bred by
Leland Stanfor Georgo Wilkes is
great but all the honors of the turf
do not hover over his tomb
Sloul Bros are gathering up Nut
woods get and will endeavor to give
him a tremendous showing in tho 2 30
list of 1891 They will do thoir ut
most to place his name first but at
the samo timo it can be intimated that
J G Davis will not bo idle with the
Alcantara although his goal in 1S91
is tho 230 list He is aimiiir for
faster game as it were and expects to
General life and fire ins agent
Court St Mt
- - Sterling Ky
many ol thorn will outer largely As
the entries did not -close until last
Monday it is reasonable to supposo
tho entry list will number in tho
neighborhood of 1200 when all the
returns aro in This will make moro
than tho guaranteed amount and tho
indications now aro that this stako
will bo worth to the placed horses in
1891 more monoy than was ever of
fered for any two trotting events
The result of offering this big stake
shows that breeders will not only sup
port slakes with reasonablo condi
tions but will do eo in a liberal min
ner Tho Kentucky Association and
its ablo secretary aro to bo congratu
lated on tho succoss of tho great Fu
turity which is now eo amply
assured Kentucky Stock Farm
Tho salo of Palo Alto Belle for tho
handsome sum of 19000 was recently
telegraphed all over tho country It
now transpires that Miller Sibloy
received in addition to tho 19000 in
gold coin the bay maro Alfarctta by
Alcantara Palo Alto Bello has a rec
ord as a two-year-old of 2 28 and a
three-year-old record of 222 Sho
is a full sister to JHnda Rope 2 19
Bell Boy 219 J St Bel 221
Chimes 230 and Bow Bells 232
being by Electioneer out of Beautiful
Judged by tho two tests Miss Rus
sell is tho greatest of trotting brood
marcs In tho first place sho has pro
duced Maud S 2 08J Then sho has
moro descendants in tho 2 30 list than
any other marc living or dead ever
had Sho was foaled in 1805 and is
therefore 26 years old and sho now
has ninety thrco descendants in the
list Sho is tho dam of four sires and
two dims of trotters and four of her
own immediate produce aro 230 and
better performers Nutwood is her
oldest son and has 51 in tho list Nut
bourne was foaled in 1877 -and died in
18S9 in tho hands of Robert Bonner
Ho left two in tho list Lod Russell
was foaled in J881 and has four in the
list Mambrino Russell was foaled in
1878 and ho has eight in the list The
prospects arc very favorablo for Miss
Russell to have over one hundred de
scendants in the 2 30 list before she
The Woodburn Farm Spring Sta
tion Ky has sold to the Duke of
Marlborough of England forsome
thii like 20000 tho following ani
mals Tho three-year-old bay filly
Seafcrn by Belmont dam Water Lily
by Hero of Thorndalo second dam
Siren by Edwin Forrest tho three-year-old
bay colt Dupce by Lord
Ruscll dam Alice West by Almont
second dam by McDonalds Mambri
no the six-year-old bay mare Callu
na by Harold dam Clatonia by
American Clay the four-year-old bay
marc Alruna by Lord Russell dam
Alga by Princcps second dam by
Hamlet tho four-year-old bay filly
Copyright by Lord Russell dam
Novel by Princcps second dam by
Golddust and tho three-year-old bay
filly Puerita by Shamut dam Pul
chcria by Harold second dam by
IJclmont To Judge A E Cafico
Loundsboro Ala tho four-year-old
bay colt Lord Yara by Lord Russell
dam Vara by Hanibletonian 10 sec
ond dam by Seelys American Star
To Door Prairio Farm La Porte Ind
the four-year-old chestnut colt
dock by Mattcrhorn dam Mosa by
Vi oodford Mambrino second dam
Hcrniosa by Edwin Forrest
J II Thompson had a valuable
maro to die last week
Jas D Tipton sold his farm 2 miles
south of Mt Sterling containing 102
acres to Thomas J Richie of Floyd
county Pric55 per acre Mr
Richie will movo at onco and tako
possession of hi purchase Ho comes
to us well recommended as a good bus
iness man and a plcasaut gentleman
Make your boy happy by fitting
him out with ono of those nobby suffs
at Sharp Trimble Dentons
The Pulpit apd tho Stago
Roy F M Shrout pastor United
Brethren Church Bluo Mound Kan
says I feel it my duty to tell what
wonders Dr Kings Now Discovery
has done for me My lungs were bad
ly dircased and my parishoncrs
thought I could livo only a few weeks
I took fivo bottles of Dr Kings Now
Discovery and am sound and well
gaining 2G lbs in weight
Arthur Love Manager Lovos Fun
ny Folks Combination writes After
a thorough trial and convincing evi
dence I am confident Dr Kings New
Discovoy for Consumption beats em
all and cures when everything elso
fails rho greatest kjdiu3 1 ojn do
IMMV ffl bftOIlill
yundfi is
meu aiivo
o inai
to urjro them
bottles at W
vXliiAL store Regular sizes 50c
f Ttakodlft
mlrfhU hub To
Mioiililura 1
1 1891-
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This is to certify that I bought a
a Vulcan Chilled plow from Ed
Mitchell and tricdit by tho sldo of
tho Oliver Chilled and consider it a
superior plow both as to working
qualities and lightness of draft Tho
points aro far superior to any I havo
over used on any plow I tako pleas
ure iu recommending them
J C Hasiilton
To whom it may concern I havo
used the Vulcan Chilled plow and
can testify that it does good work
has improvements over any chilled
plow I havo seen and it has a lighter
draft If I needed another plow I
would certainly tako a Vulcan
J C Gaitskill
I havo used tho South Bend the
Oliver Chilled and tho Vulcan plows
and can testify that tho Vulcan is a
hotter running and lighter running
plow than oithor tho South Bend or
Oliver I tako pleasure in rccom
mondlng tho best chilled plow to my
mind that is made
S M McPheiison
To whom it may concern I bought
a Vulcan Chilled plow from Ed
Mitchell and can recommend it to any
farmer who wants a chilled plow
For lightness of draft and working
qualities it cannot be beaten It has
improvements over any chilled plow I
havo over seen I tako pleasure in
recommending It
I N Gueen
This is to certify that I bought a
Vulcan Chilled plow from Ed Milch
ell It is tho best chilled plow I over
saw I am now using it by tho side
of tho Oliver and consider it a better
plow in every particular It is lighter
draft lighter to handle and docs bet
ter work I take pleasure in recom
mending it
S A DuFr
I amusingonc of Ed Mitchells Vul
can plows and consider it a superior
plow and tako plcasuro in recommend
ing it Rcapctcfully
II II Ringo
February 28 1891
ThU is to certify that I bought a
Vulcan Chilled plow from Ed Mitch
ell last season and am well pleased
with it I run it by the 6ide of an
Oliver Chilled and it is lighter to han
dle lighter draft and does its work
really as well
31 tf H J Daniel
Sharp Trimblo fc Denton keep a
iun stocK ot snocs lor men women
and children and sell them at bottom
Communion services will bo held in
tho Southern Presbyterian Church on
Sunday morning Preliminary servi
ces commenco on Friday night at 7 30
All aro cordially invited to attend
A sories of meetings will begin at
tho Christian church in this city the
first Lords day in April Tho pastor
Elder II D Clark will do the preach
ing and will bo assisted by Professor
Daugherty of Louisville who will
conduct tho song service To these
meetings all whother members of a
church or not aro cordially invited
Wo call attention to tho splendid
showing of tho Mt Sterling National
Bank Tho statement makes inter
esting reading for tho stockholders
It gives us great plcasuro to 6ay that
no moro wide awake conscientious
faithful businoss men aro to found
anywhero than among tho manage
ment of this sound banking house
Hero Is a Chance to Mako Money
I bought a machino for plating gold
silver and nickel and it works splcn
didly When peoplo heard about it
thoy brought moro spoons forks and
jowolry than I could plate In a week
Iinado23 and In a month 97 My
daughter made 18 in fivo days You
cau got a Plato from the Lake Electric
Co Euglcwood III and will wo
trust bo benefitted as much as I havo
A Readeu
Public Sale
Tho disagrcablo weather of Satur
day last mado it nccosary that I
should defer tho salo of my rcsidonco
on Locust Street Tho ealo will posi
tively tako placo Tuesday March 17
1891 at 2 oclock P M
31 2t J W Buitnocaiis
ffwrriirin mm
Business Mention
Fon Sale A nice cottage of 3 or A
rooms and aero lot on Winn street
can bo bought at a fair prlco A very
desirable place for a man of small
family For terms apply at this
ofllco tf
A large lino of plow Rear cheap for
31 2t O Latjoiilin Son
Eaiw Fon Sale For salo 50
Acres Dwelling Hottso and 5 rooms
and all necessary outbuildings aio in
good repair a young orchard of 80
choice fruit trees just in bearing
Tho farm is well watered and is lo
cated G miles south of Mt Sterling
Good neighborhood good school and
church privileges
For information apply at this ofllco
10 tf
For Rent Privately
O110 hundred and sixty acres of corn
or hemp land A good house and
grass for work stock Apply to
J C Scobee
Thomson Ky
R P Scodee
Winchester Ky
To tho Cltlzons of Mt Sterling and
When you wish a smooth easy
shavo or artistic haircut you will
find mo ready to accommodato you I
havo a good workman iu my employ
Hot and cold baths Cleaning ladies
hair and trimming bangs a specialty
22 3m R A Hall
I am prepared 4o movo pianos or
gans etc etc and will guarantoo
careful handling of all such aaticlcs
entrusted to my caro Orders left at
tho Advocate office will receive
prompt attention
20 Gmo W F Wilson
To Loan
100000 on real cstato security
Terms reasonable A Hoffman
8 tf Agent
A New Meat Merchant
Mr Charles Lapple of Cincinnati
formerly cutter for Nunnelley Bros
this city has bought tho butcher busi
ness of W C Allen on East Main
street and is now in possession
Every housekeeper of this city knows
Mr Lapple as a butcher and incHrA lHikS1
cutter and will bis
now quarters Ho will slaughter the
best corn fed cattle sheep and hogs
and will run a first class establish
ment iu city style Ho will also han
dle poultry etc 31 tf
Tahcn up as a stray by Georgo Wil
loughby in Montgomery county Ky
near Jcffcrsonville ono red and spot
ted cow about three years old right
horn slipped under bit on tho right car
and crop on left ear
Sworn to beforo mo by Georgo
Willoughby this Jan 27 1891
J II Sciioll J P M C
For information apply to Herbert
Moss Mt Sterling Ky 80 4t
Canpcl Coal Black Band Coal
Crown Hill Coal Peach Orchard Coal
and Indian Creek Coal cheap for
cash and to prompt paying 30 day
26 tf Squihe Tuijneb
Coal Buyers
Remember that I will sell you coal
for bpotcash cheaper than anyone
2G tf Squihe Tuiineii
If you want a lino and stylish suit
of clothes dont fail to sco thoso just
received at Sharp Trimble Den
For seed oats go to
31 It Bahnes TituMiio
For seed oats go to
31 2t Baunes TnuMuo
A splendid lino of spring suitings
just received I am prepared to make
an elegantly fitting nobby suit aiid
defy competition from any quarter
whatever IIaiiky Camfhell
31 2t
A Big Closing oit Sale
At Walnut Hill Stock FarmMooro
fleld I will on
sell all my horso stock consisting of
about GO head of Brood Mares Stal
lions Fillies and Geldings
Also all tho porsonal properly on
said farm including cows calves hay
oats corn farming implements bug
gies carts horses and everything per
taining to -a first class stock farm
Salo porfitivo and without reserve
Lunch on Vho grounds at 12 m
Terms JO months credit without
interest Salo begins at 0 a in
tl y
UK Tesiplejiann
PropViWalnut Hill Stock Farm
32 2t V Moorefleld Ky
daua mt Your stocks ate heavier call and see mo for any now oi
KOM A IN I 3 ditional Insuranoe The FIIMANS FUND Inaunoce Co
will take care of you-
pADftiiirDO Wo Insure ypur houses and barns at lowest rates Especial
rAKIVlErtti paid 0 Tobacco and Livo Stock Insurance
Assignees Sale
0 V
B A Tracys Assignco vs B A Tra
cy Notice of Salo A
As Assigpeo of B A Tracy by
tuo of a judgment and order of salo
rendered at the Fob term 1891 of th
Clark Common Pleas Court in
abovo styled action I will on
POTTnsTiAV WAonn 10 100
On tho promises proceed to sell nt
public outcry tho farm of said B A
Tracy whero ho now resides in Clark
county Ky on tho Winchester and
Ml Storling turnpike near tho Mont-
gomcrylino It contains about 2GG
acres of good land of which over 200
acres arc in grass is well watered and
fenced and has on it a good dwelling
two tobacco barns a flno stock barn a
largo orchard in splendid condition
and all tho appurtenances of a com
fortablo home
Also at tho eamo time and place by
virtuo of said judgment and order I
will sell tho undivided one sixth inter
est of said B A Tracy In what is-
known as tho old Tracy place lyin
near the foregoing farm said intorcst
amounts to about 144 acres of crood
land Tho land will bo sold on
following terms Tho Northwost
Mutual Lilo Insuranco Company has
a mortgago on tho 2GG aero farm for
G500 which tho purchasor can prob
ably run for 5 years with intorcst
from Nor 2G 1890 payable semi
The remainder of tho purchaso mon
ey of said farm and tho purchase
money of 6ad undivided Uilcrcst in
second tract will bo payable otuMlTirii
in six months and ouc thrd in
twclvo months and one third in 18
months purchaser to givo bond with
approved security haviug tho forco
aiuleffect of a judgment bearing six
per cent interest from day of ealo
until paid and further secured by a
lien on tho land
I will also at tho same timo and
place as assignco aforesaid sell at
public outcry tho following person
alty viz
Ono pair of good work mules a lot
of horses cows calves seven good
steers hay corn farming implements
c c A good lied lot will be fur
for feeding tho corn until
I nrma kVii oil ctvn it
i m --
v CO
euiiunj uvur yzv wireo mommy timo
will bo given tho purchaser to exe
cute bond with approved security
bearing six per oont interest from day
ofeale 25 and under to be paid
cash in hand
Possession of land will bo given at
ce J II French
Beckner Jouett Attys
30 3t J A Ramsey Auctr
Assignees Sal
As a moro particular description of
tho personalty to be sold at tho salo of
B A Tracys property advertised for
March 19 1 stato that as Assignee of
said Tracy I will on
Thursday March 19th 1891
on his farm on the Winchester and
Mt Sterling turnpike near tho Mont
gomery line proceed to sell at public
outcry somo good work mules 5 good
horses milch cows and calves somo
yearling and cattlo 115
good sheep with lambs 150 to 200
bbls corn in shock lot of corn in crib
15 tons of hay ryo in stack 25000
lbs tobacco stripped an excellent
crop 1 surrey and harness 1 buggy
and harness a varied lot of farmin
hnploments comprising 1 Dcering
Twino Binder good as new 1 wheat
drill 1 cultivator 1-horse-power feed
cutter plows of all kinds wagons 2
bluergrass seed strippers shovels
corn shellors scythes grain cradles
markers planters harrows cutting
boxes gear ice hooks etc etc
A feed lot will be furnished to feed
tho corn until April 20 1891
TERMS For 25 and over three
months credit will bo given purchaser
to givo bond with approved surety
bearing G per ccut interest from day
of salo For sums under 25 cash
will bo required
Jas II French Assignco
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