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Curea every form of
Impure blood, from
The pimple on your
Face to the great
Scrofula sore which
Drains your system.
Thousands of people
Testify that Hood's
Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
And That Tired
Feeling. Remember this
And get Hood's
And only Hood's.
Democratic campaign committees
are organizing tboir forces and will
bring out a full vote thia fall.
Mr. Leslie Newman and Miss
Willross, of Grange City, wont to
Ashland to bo married, says a special.
"" Hon. Albert S. Borry was unani
mously nominated for Congress by
the Democrats of tho Sixth Kentucky
HOOD'S Sarsaparilla is tho One
True Blood Purifier, Great Nervo
Tonic, Stomach Regulator. To thousands
its great merit Is KNOWN
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Mrs. George, of Canton, Ohio, who
is charged with murder, has boon
held to appear beforo tho Circuit
Court of that district.
Howard Gould and "Viola
Clommons were married on last
Wednesday. Under tho terms of his
father's will, Mr. Gould surrenders
five million dollars to gain a wife.
Tho battleahps Oregau and Iowa
sailod from New York on last Wednesday
under sealed orders. They
were followed by two colliers. Their
destination is thought to bo Manilla.
Judgo Thompson, of Louisville,
wants justice dispensed from his
court, and, with this in view, ho discharged
what ho termed "a red light"
jury. It was a fix-up that ho would
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
President McKiuloy went out to
Omaha to attend the Trans-Mississippi
Convention and was mot by a largo
crowd. Tho President indulged in
flattery and egotism, each of which
tookjwoll. Tho appoaranco of tho address
is an indication that ho is a candidate
for renomination and election
by his party .
Mr. J. Whitt Potter, of Bowling
Groon, was on Wednesday elected
Giand Master of tho Kentucky Grand
Lodge of Odd Follows at Winchester.
C. P. Hess, of Louisville, was elected
Deputy Grand Master, and Mr. Geo.
W. Morris, of Louisville, was elecled
Grand Troasurer for tho
J. J. Nosbitt, receiver of Exchange
and Deposit Bank of J. A. J. Lee, of
Owingsvillo 1b now paying a 3 per
'cent dividend to tho bank's creditors.
This makes 92 por ceut. in all paid,
and more to como yet. It is bolievcd
tho bank will pay dollar for dollar.
This is ovidonco of what homo men
can do. Whon a recoiver was appointed
for tho Now Farmers Bank
wo tnen ueiioveu, and nau no reason
to chango our minds, that a home
man could take this institution and
pay out. Compare tho work of Mr
Ncsbitt with that of tho Trust Company
and sco tho diflbronco.
Jeseo Jamep, Jr.. son of tho notorious
bandit Josao James, Missouri's
pioneer train robbor, was arroated by
tho police ono day last week, it being
believed that ho has assumed tho vocation
of his famous father, and loading
the band which has bcon engaged
in holding up trains of late.
Two other men, whoso names aro not
known, were arroatod soon after.
Jesse James hai been under
alnco lut May whon train robberies
occurred in tho outskirts of
The police havo also In ouitody Bill
. Ryan, one of tho mot notorlotu erf the 1
?old Jamee g.
First Ward H. J. Hunt, judgo; T.
F. Rdgors, ludgo; Jas. H. Wood,
sheriff; 11, M. Woodford, clork.
Second Ward M. B. McKlnnoy,
judgo ; J. M. Mathows, Judge; W. H.
MoMahan, shoriff; O. E. Lyons, clork.
Third Ward W. H. Fletcher,
udgo ; G. L. Kirkpatrlck, judgo ; C.
B. Fizar, shoriff; It. A. Chiles, olork.
Fourth Ward W. T. Fitzpatrlok,
judgo; Thoe. McCarty, judgo ; John
Davis, shoriff; M. E. Hoaton, clork,
Aaron's Run Earnest Henry, sher
iff; Jas. Williams, judgo; J.T. Highland,
judgo ; F. M. Wllloughby, clork.
Sldevlo"' Goo. Donton, judgo; J.
R Peed, judge ; J. S . Jones, sheriff;
Win. McLain, clork.
Grassy Lick Jas. F. Mason, judgo ;
Dr. A. B. Stoops, judgo; G. W. Pal-motor,
shoriff; D. G. Howoll, clork.
Boan's Will Scobee, judgo ; T. W.
Parsons, judgo; John Fogg, shoriff;
H. J. Daniel, clork.
Levees Rufus Haddon, judgo ; Ray
mond Knox, judgo; II. C. Wilson,
shoriff; E. B. May, clork.
Cam it-go I. N. Horton, judgo;
Campbell Gibaon, judgo; H. C.
shorifl; Dr. J. T. Rlckctts, clork.
Jefforaonvlllo Andy James, judgo ;
Jas. Man pin, judgo ; Ephrara May,
shoria; E. B. Wllburn, clerk.
Howard's Mill J. It. Sbrout, judgo ;
F. M. Brown, judge; H. C. Graves,
shoriff; M, H., Lewis, clork.
Hart's T.J. Norlhcutt, judgo; T.
J Carr. judgo; R. B. Crooks, sheriff;
Taswoll Burns, clork.
Smithvllle Tom Thomas, judge;
Henry Wilson, judgo ; W. J. Pennoll,
shoriff; A. K. Wilson, clork.
Spencor J. W. Richardson, judgo ;
F. M. Murphy, judgo ; G. A.
mlck' sheriff; W. P. Drake, clork.
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Bean the ha Kini1 Yo11 HarB A'wa)rs w
I am now prepaired to file potltions
in Bankruptcy for parties desiring tho
benefit of tho now bankrupt law; also
to givo advice to those desiring information
on this subject. Only United
States Courts havo jurisdiction and
tho District Court at Frankfort is
moat convenient to partios in Eastern
C. P. Chenault,
Dr. M. P. Creel, of Glasgow, has
written letters to State officials in
Frankfort stating that ho la gaining
on John Rhea every day. Tho Doctor
evidently think8 this is a foot race.
Local option carried in Adair county
by a majarity of 540.
Why let your neighbors
And why give them a
chance to guess you are even
five or ten years more?
Better give them good
reasons for guessing the
other way. ItTs very easy;
for nothing tells of age so
quickly as gray hair.
It bides the ace under a
luxuriant growth of hair the
color of youth.
it never fans to restore
color to gray hair. It will
stop the hair from coming
It feeds the hair bulbs.
Thin hair becomes thick hair,
and short hair becomes long
It cleanses tho scalp; removes
all dandruff, and
We nave a book on tho
Hair which we will sladlr
U roa do not obtain all tho tone-IU
TO CZMttod fjem tfa ust of ttj
r. tn th iottoi abtat It.
bhr ther la soma dUSealty
lth TtJor ri
ytc, UrwttX, Mas.
Tk Hiiitrtbi Art Ctnisf .
Well, at last wa are to have a first-class
minstrel enow. Arrangements
havo boon completed for the appearance
on tho 18th of the celebrated
Barlow Minstrels, a company of
that for twenty years has
caused tho ontiro country to laugh
with its comodlana, weep with tho
rendition of beautiful eontimontal
ballads by its vocalist, and to applaud
vigorously tho nu moron a
specialties presonted by tho
vaudovlllo artists carried by the company.
Tho company this yoar is under
tho proprietorship of War3, Co-burn
and Baldwin, all three well
Don't miss tho band concert by tho
Barlow minstrel band at noon of tho
day of tho arrival of tho company.
Tho yellow fovor epidemic has had
a paralyzing effect on Mississippi's
capital. Tho major portion -of the
population has lied, tlio newspapers
havo auspended, tho churches aro
closed and tho buainoss of Jackson is
for tho time-being practically doad.
Tho plague is of a decidedly loss ma
lignant typo than over beforo known,
but tho panic has been no less com
plcto than during moro fatal opi
Nowadays when women aro trying
to do everything it is not strango that
many things aro It is not
straugo that thcro aro all kinds of
physical and mental disturbances. If
tho woman who is a doctor,or a lawyer
or a journalist, or in business would
not try to bo a society woman too it
might bo different; but the woman
who knows whon she has done a
day's work has yot to bo born. Us
ually a woman's way is to koep doing
until sho drops. Working in thid way
has manifold evils. Tho most com
mon trounio resulting from
either montally or physically,
ia constipation of tho bowels, with all
its attendant horrors.
Dr. Piorco's Ploasant Pellets aro
tho most effectual remedy in the
market. Thoy work upon tho Bystetn
easily, naturally. Thoro is no unpleasant
nauaea after taking thorn.
No griping no pain no discomfort.
They aro composed of materials that
go through tho system gradually, collecting
all impuritioa, and, liko tho
good little sorvants that thoy are, disposing
of them effectually .
In Bomo portions of Germany tho
klrmess, or ohnroh mass, fonnorly
danced in honor of tho dedication of a
character of a harvest homo. It marks
tho closo of tho year's labors and 1b celebrated
by tbroo dnys of muaio, feasting
and danolng with partnors choson or al
lotted, according to dogroos of
at tho preceding May festival.
In southern Gortnany tho end of tho
harvest is marked by tho sicklo feast.
Tho last shoal is carried in triumph to
tho barn and placed on the floor, whilo
tho yonngor ooaplos danoo around It
Ono half of it is tbon docked with ribbons
and hung aloft, whllo tho other
half 1b bnrnod. Its asbee aro treasured
as a remedy for rheumatism and aro
sometimes usod In making amulets or
ohorms. Tho peasants loavo for Wodon.
or "tho old ono," a fow ears of oorn
and a small pombor of apples, it bolng
considered unlucky to strip either field
or troo entirely bom Ldppincott's.
Letter and Trndo.
Tho London Dally News notos tho
affinity botwoen lottera and trade.
Charles Lnmb and Mill ueod to adorn
tho old India House. Austin Dobson,
Gosso and Cosmo Monbhoueo aro in tho
board of trado.j Benjamin Kidd and W.
M. Bosaotti used to be at Somorsot
House. Danto Gabriel Boesotti narrowly
cscapod at ono orJsls in his careor
being a tolograph clerk Instoad of an
artist Tho postofDoo absorbed for many
years tho superfluous onergios of Anthony
Ills Lat Clin nee.
"Did yon ovor notloe," Bald Mrs. N.
Peolt, "that about half of tho pictures
In tho photographers' windows aro of
bridal couples? I wondor why thoy always
rush off to a photographer as soon
as tho knot is tied?"
"I fancy the husband is rosponelblo
for it," said Mr. Peck. "Ho realizes
that it is about his last chnnco to over
look ploasaut." Pearson's Weekly.
sheep introduood into
too Australian colonies in 1788 aro now
ropreBentod by 120,000,000 of tho finost
wool sheep in tho world.
Tho littlo country church of 718
membors of Wilmore, Boylo county,
composed wholly of farmers, has undertaken
to raiRO in full the salary of
their pastor, tho Rev. Dr. Ouorrant,
allowing him six months of tho time
for ovangollstlo work, and plodglnff
him noar $d,000 to bo oxponded under
his direction in work among tho peo
plo of tho mountain churchoB,
An Electropoiso, at half price, as good
as now. Apply at thiB.offlce. ,
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Time Card in Effect May 17, '97
From Mt. Sterling.
No.27.6:S5a.m.LoeaI, Cincinnati conueotlo
No. 21.7:05 am FnstTraln IxjuIstIUo "
No. 28.2:10 p. jn..Local, Cincinnati
So. 23.4:20 p. m..Fast. Train Lonlsvillo
No. 23 9:50 a, m..... Local to Moreheafl
No. 22 1225 p.m Now fork Limited.
No.28 7:05 p. m Local to Mt Stcrllna
No. 24 9:60 p.m New; York Expreea
Dally except Bundav.
Solid vcstlbnled trains with dining cars. Ho
Through sleepers from Lexington wlthou
Q. W. BABNEY, Dlst Pass. Agt
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
- Agent, Mt. Sterling, Ky.
IN EFFECT MAY 15th," 1808
WI8T BOUND. Daily
Natural Bridge.. 7 18
Clay City :7(57
" Falrllc B 81
" Winchester. 8?44
Arr Lexlncton 9 80
No. 4, No. 2,
GOING EAST Daily Daily
Lvo Lexington 7 45 S 80
" Winchester 8 80 8 15
" Fairllo .... 8 45 8 27
Clay City. 9 10 4 01
Natural Bridgo 9 54 i 40
" BoattrvlUo June. 10 29 5 18
Arr Jackson . 11 80 6 20
Connection made vlth B. & C. G. Hallway at
Bcattyvlllo Junction for Beattyvlllo.
J, B.BlItn, CUAB.80OTT,
V ice Prcs. & G en. Man. G. P. A.
OOn. MAIN AND BANK 8TO..
MT. STERLING, KENTUCKY,
Is now fully prepared to
accommodato tho travel
Old Fashioned Cuisine, .
Clean Beds and
Rates, $1.50 dX
No. 1 Sample Room free
A. T. MITGHELLmProprietor.
Hardware, Queensware, Tinware, Woodenwar
Stove. Maa. a. fwJ.1 Xjlaai of Iraplaaaaeaat.
Chesapeake and Ohio
And all Eastern Cities.
rHo. MtN'o. B.
(IN KENTUCKY. 1
Hhdal In 3'oat Mar 1. 1898.
Lv Loulavlllo .
Ar Shelby vlllo.,
Ar Lexington ...
Ar LouUfllla ...
r Lonlsvll Ar
Ar Irvine Lv
Ar Asheviile : .....'.
Ar Chattanooea ...
Ar Jacksonville .
Ar Birmingham ...
Ar Meridian ,
Ar New Orleans...
Trains Kos. 1. 3, 6 and 0 ourj Proa Observation
Lt LouIstII Ar
Lv Louisvll Ar
Ar versiies Ar
Ar Midway A
Ar Oeorgtn Lv
Na I carries Free Chair car Loulsv'llo to
Lexington, there connecting with Solid Vestibule
Train carrying through Pullman Sleeping
Car to Birmingham. Meridian and New Orleans,
also makes close connection at
for Atlanta. Uacon, Jacksonville and
No. 3 carries Pulraiau Sleeper Louisville- to
Chattanooga and Birmingham, also
to Jacksonville via Hot Springs, Ashevillo.
and Pullman Union Sleeper Lexington to New
tDally except Sunday.
A WnBDOXP.&T.A. S.T.SW1VT.P.&T.A,
Louisville. Ky, Lexington, Ky.
F.S.GAmON,8d V.P.aG.M., J. M. Culp.T. II
Washington. D. a Washington, D.C.
Washington, d. G. Loulavlllo, Ky.
Kentncky Midland Railroad
Only direct lino between
CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT.
Shortest and quickost
Frankfort, Georgetown, and Paris
Carlisle, Maysvillo, Cynthiana,
Falmouth and Covington,
Trains Run by Central Standard Time.-
Ask for tickets via Kentucky
Midland Schedule of trains.
IN EFFECT NOV 22. 1896.
Lv Frankfort 6 55
Ar, Georgetown ..........7 45
Ar. Paris........ ....8 80
TRAINS WEST No. 2. No. 4.
Lv Paris 0 65 5 50
Ar Georgetown 10 27 0 23
Ar Frankfort 11 80 7 25
SCNDAT TBAINT WEST.
Lv Georgetown, O. S. Depot .... 10 88
Lv Georgetown, K. M. Depot 10 40
Ar Frankfort....--...- n 80
Lv Frankfort ..... ....................4 00
Ar Georgetown, K. M. Depot . 4 55
Ar Georgetown, C. S. Depot . 4 05
T. C. WELCH,
MT. STERLING, KY.
Has at all times BUSHED STONE for drive,
ways and walks.
Nons unt first-class workmen employed,
Work done on short notice,. All work, guaranteed,
Have on band BUILDING 6tONBfozfrale at
All orders, left ot my blacksmith shop cm
MlTCUKLlB ALXVKY wWreoelve pnwtpt at
tentlcn. , , , ......
Every plow guaranteed to
The Best Plow a farmer"
(KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIV)
Sohodulo Inoffoct Jan.2Q, 1894,
Lvo Cincinnati' 8 11 a m
Lre Covington 8 19 a m
Lve Falmouth 9 48 am
uvntntana 10 43 a m
Arr Paris 11 18 a m
Arr LozlnKton 12 10 m
Lvo Paris 11 25 a ia 10 X pm
Arr Wlnchcstor .12 10 m 10 65 pm
Lve Wlnchcstorl2 35 pm 10 55 pm
Arr Richmond 1 80 p m 11 48 pm
Lve ItlchmondJ. 1 S5 p m 11 48 pm
LveBerea... 1 80 pm 12 07 am
Arr Livingston 2 55pm 1 05 am
Lvo Livingston BlOntn 1 r,
Lvo London.. 8 52pm 3 17 am
Arr Corbin , i '28 p m 3 55 am
Lve Corbin 4 85 p m 8 10 am
Lve Barbonrville 6 20 p m 8 53 am
Lve rineville 6 00 p m i 80 am
Lvo Mlddloborough 8 40pm E 05 am
Arr Cumborl'n Gap.O 55 p m 8 25 am
Arr llarrogato 7 00 p m 80 am
Ar KnoxvUlb 8 00 am
7 00 a m
..7 45 a m
8 08 a m
8 27 a m
9 11 a m
,o 50 am
5 42 a m
o zo a m
iive Carlisle 7 03 am
iivo juiuersburg 7 22 a m
Arr Lexington 8 85 a m
Arr Covington 10 21 a m
Arr Cincinnati... 10 80 am
Gonorar Offlccs. Leuisvlllo. Et.
HBW 1IM5 BETWEBN CINCINNATI
3 05 pa
8 11 pm
5 55 pm
8 58 pa
7 17 pm
8 01 pin
8 40 pm,
2 21 pa
8 08 pm.
8 37 pm
3 50 pa
Gcn'l Pass. Ag
Jl5S08MIT.n; G011'1 Pn88gr AgtA
ot Commeico Eld'g., Clntl.,'
trTTT HAM b" tokos tho lead over all other Plow. They have now a new patentee!.;
raT: V U lAj JA.Fi Corrugated Point, which is and mado of the best L e tup
eior charcoal iron. This feature olono will make the plow worth twice as much as any other plow
day. This point sells tho same as heretofore, 40 cents. a n' '''& ;
T ..vr. n . .nint fn KfnWnnl'ii Won " frar nnri f!iTTimr IllSn HfllTOTVB. XjVUUO JUlUli UOHUITO auu. WWJJ
Planters, and the Colebrated Mitchell Wagon. 13 South Maysvillo Street.
Toledo g Detroit ;
Fast Time, .'
The Schedule. '.'
Lv, Cincinnati. .9 :00 a m 9 :15 p m
Ar. Toleds 3 :25 p m 3 :55 p ra ;
Ar. Detroit 5:45 pm 6:15 am
Through coaches and parlor cars on ,
Day Trains. Through coaches,
Blooding cars Cincinnati to Toledo
and Cincinnati to Detroit on night-
122 arrive at Botawoil!.!.
124 " '.iiKi r
Ul'lev ' "'' ""
-... ...10 iso am
.5:43 pm '
.,. 8:40 am
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Tho now service botweon Cincinna
ti, Toledo and Dotrolt is
As good as our New York line. , ;,h
As good as our Chicago line. " VH
As good as our St. Louis line. '
Buy your tlckot through via"Biff; '
Four." For further information call
on agents or address ;
D, B.MARTIN . i Z
e, o. Mccormick.
Pass. Traffic Mar, . '.
K. & S. A. Railroad.
122 loaves Mt Btoillng nt ...;... ;TM' tt m
p (V -1