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Contagious blood poison is absolutely
beyond tho skill of tho doctors. Thoy
may doso a patient for years on their
mercurial and potash remedies, but ho
will never bo rid of tho disease : on tho
other hand, his condition will grow
steadily worse. S. S. S. is tho only euro
for this terriblo affliction, because it is
tho only remedy which goes direct to
tho causo of tho diseaso and forces it
from tho system.
I was afflicted with Blood Folson, and the
best doctors did mo no good, though I took
their treatment faith-fully.
In fact, I seemed
to got worse all tho
whllo. I took almost
remedy, but they did not
seem to reach the disease,
and had no effect
'whatever. I was disheartened,
for It seemed
that I would never De
cured. At the wlvlco o!
a friend I then took
mww 8. S. 8., and began
nrove. I continued the
medicine, and It cured mo completely, build,
lngnpmy health and Increasing my appetite.
Although this was ten years ago, I havo never
yet had a sign of tho disease to return.
W. K. NlWMAWj
It is like self-destruction to continue
to tako potash and mercury; besides
totally destroying tho digestion, thoy
dry up tho marrow in tho bones, producing
a stiffno3S and swelling of the
joints, causing the hair to fall out, and
completely wrecking tho system.
is guaranteed Purely Vegetable, and is
the only blood remedy free from these
Book on self-treatment sent freo by
Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga.
Attorn" E S. WH'p, of Louisville,
See Harry Ward, the minstrel
with the Birlow Min&troK
"Wright's Celery Tea regulates tho
liver and kidneys, cures constipation
and alck headache, 25c at all druggists.
f Marvelous voices are possend by
the vocalUts with tho great Barlow
'hero is only one Barlow MlnBtrcl
c mpany, and that will appear here
oti tho 18th of tho month. Secure
ur soats early.
Thirty cannons captured at Santiago
aro to bo shipped to the United States
for presentatiou to fifteen of tho principal
cities as trophies of tho war.
Ex-Champion James J. Corbett
and Tom Sharkey have signed articles
for a prize-fight of twenty rounds
before the Lenox Athletic Club of New
Under penalty of dismissal, Mr. E.
P. McAdauiK, the newly appointed Secret
bcrvico Agent, has been enjoined
to say uothingjfinther about his appointment.
It was certainly a great pity to
have tho war cloeo without giving
some loyal Cuban a chance to kill
butcher Wcyler. Thero was no one
man in tho war who so effectually secured
for himaelf the hentago of Late,
as did this incarnate fiend. It would
havo been to tho overlaying honor to
some Cuban to havo Shot Woyler to
William Clark, a farmer living near
Ilarrodsburjr, ivas severely dealt with
one night latt week by a big negro
who was attempting to rob him.
Clark had sold somo stock and hud
considerable monoy in his possession.
In breaking into tho house tho negro
stumbled over a chair and bwukcnrd
Clark, who jumped l, and (jotting
his gun, was in iho p t of firing when
the robber struck h m on tho head
with a club and roiiiiered him
Clark is about fortv j oars
age. Ho did not recognize t p negio,
who was scan-il nff hoforo lind'ng hu
innnov. Clark is seriously injuied.
The 1 2th Annual Session of this
School will begin Sept. 5, 1S98.
Young men who intend to teach,
would derive great assistance in
securing a high grade country certificate
by taking a course of instruction
under Prof. Goodwin.
He has been County Examiner
for ten years, and knows their
needs. If you wish to prepare
for college, his school is affiliated
with the leading colleges of the
State, and receives its pupils without
examination. As to his Commercial
Course, many young men
holding' high positions in the various
"business enterprises of this
city and elsewhere, speak most
M. J. GOODWIN, Principal,
Mt. Sterling, Ky.
Odd Notes From Abroad.
England oats 4.0,000 tons of Irish
In Gormany thoro aro no fowor
than 1,430 baron p.
It is said in London thuro aro no
fewer than 10,000 professional musicians
of various grados, afid that uioro
than half of I hem aro women.
Scotchmen have another grlovancc.
They object to tho adjootlvo "Scotch,"
especially in official documents, ami
demand that "Scots" or ' Scottish'"' be
A snail farm has bcou tUrted by a
farmer of Anet, France. Ho has already
200 000 of these interettiug
creatures, and thoy eat as much fodder
as two cows.
An ambulanco cyclo has been invented
by a Berlin doctor. It is a litter
resting on two wheels at ouo end
and attached to an ordluary tricycla
at the othor, and is worKed by two
In Franco tho oxen that aro worked
in the flokli arc regularly sung to as
an encouragement to exertion, and no
peasant has the slightest deubt but
that the animals lisien to him with
A frature of the population statis
tics of Western Australia u tuo large
propoition of males to females. The
disjaVih h nait).siued iu the arrivals
by sea. At present there arc
females to every 100 miles.
United States Senator Deboe, a result
of an accident, is expected in
Louisville right away to try his hand
with the warring Republicans. Neither
side wants to seo him and if he
meddles things will be red-hot for
3, x v esfei and Tri
K For 25 Years
iff "Would, you fool porfootly
? fiafo to nut nil votrr tnonav
Sin a now bank? One you 5
J havo just heard of? -35
but; now odoui an 01a
& bank? Ono that has dono
U business for over a quarter $
K of a century ? Ono that has .?
a always kopt its promises? 2
Jf misled you in any way ?
ft You could trust suoh a bank,
V couldn't you?
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K HYPOPHOSPHITES Is just ?
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at disappointed you, novor will. 33
Jf It has novor deceived you, f
5 novor wilL 5
w Look out that somoono $
s? does not try to make you X
X invest your health In a now 5
st tonic, somo now modlolno
k you know nothing of. fl
X Soc nd $i.oo; ill druggists. x
V SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemlsu, New York.
Don't judge tlm contents of a man's
head by tio siz; of IiIr hat.
Don't impair your hanpincss by
borrowing trouble or lundn g raniitv,
Don't refuse to lot onr wifo have
her own way .he'll lnvo it anyway.
Don't go without the things you
iitfd in order tu get tho thingh jou
Don't marry a girl who isn't afraid
of a moutc ur jou'll be kept buy
Don't gut iho idea, into your head
that a baby cuts teeth ; its tho teeth
that cut tho baby.
Don't think that because a girl
loves you from tho bottom of hor
heart that thoro isn't plonty of room
at tho top.
To Skoptical Atbmatics.
Tho truly marvelous cures of Asthma
which have alroady boon cfrjeted
by Dr . Rudolph Schiilman, cortainly
call for notice His proparation,
(SchifTmann's Asthma Cure) not only
gives instant relief in tho most stubborn
and obstlnato cases, but positively
euros, in proof of which hoar what
tho town clork at Oavalicr, N. D., Mr.
W. Serorus, says : "I was troubled
with aBthma for 20 years, about 8
years ago I started to uso your Asth
ma Curo, and havo not had an attack
for six years."
Packages of SchifTmann's .Asthma
Curo may bo obtained of Thos. Kennedy
for 60 cents and 91.00 par package,
or by writing direct to Dr. IL
gtalJhMBX, Bx 804, St. Paul, Minn.
- Mt. SterKng A dvocate, Tuesday October j 8, 1898.
Sona Stops to Hake.
Forgot self in seeking to niako
Establish an equilibrium of mind
and tho bodily function will tako care
of thomsclros. Ex.
Banieh fear by ceasing to think or
talk about jt. Stop saying "I am
afraid" of anything.
Realize that thoro is but one life in
tho universe and tho man caunot bo
separated from tho life.
.tear, amrusi ana aouot;aro
sensations. Cultivate hope,
faith and trust. They are the tonics
of the mind.
Stop describing your sensations.
Stop saying yon feel sick-, fed tired,
feel weak, feel hot, feel cold, feel anything.
Cultivate thought, not sensation.
Stop finding fault with tho weather
and speaking of every change of tho
atmosphere as if sickness wcro contained
therein. Refuse to tako cold.
Some people 6peak of certain days
and atmosphere as good for pneumonia.
Bs not anxious if the day pass by in
which wc fail to eat breakfast, dinner
or supper; but do not allow a day to
pass without adding somo thought to
our mental store which jou will bn
glad to incorporate into your mortality.
Heaven is His Home.
W. A. Uill, formerly cf this- city,
now editing tho "Side Lights" column
iu the Paris Reporter, gets off tho following:
"An editor died and wended his
way down whero ho suppaecd a warm
reception awaited him. The dovil
met him and said : 'For many years
thou hast born the blame for tho errors
that tho printers made In tho paper.
Tho paper has gono for ono dollar;
and tho ono dollar alas! has often
failed to come. The printers bedeviled
theo for wages on Saturday night
when thou hadst not a cent to thy
name. Men havo taken tho paper
without paying for it, and cursed thee
for not getting up a better paper.
Thou hast been called a dead boat by
the passenger conductor when thou
hast shown thy annual pass. All
those things thou hast born in silence.
Thou cans't not coino in here.' And
ho fired him. As he did bo ho murmured
to himself: 'Heaven is his
homo, and besideB if wo had let him
como in hero ho would bo continually
dunning his delinquent subscribers,
and thus ho would havo created die-
itrl in mf 'W
Another Gift By Rockefeller.
It is announced that John D.
Rockefeller will furnish funds to purchase
tho ground and to build a largo
social settlement house in the Italian
district of Cloveland, Ohio. It will
bo called tho Alta House, in honor of
Mr. Rockefeller's daughter, who is
ono of tho prime movers of tho kindergarten
aud day nursery work
among tho children of that district.
The building will bo a lino, largo
brick aud etono structuro.
NEXT SESSION OPENS
SEPTEMBER 5, 1898.
Tnoifiugh in all Common
S;!k c 1 hi mchok, Litin, Crock,
(n'inian, French, Elocution vnd Music.
We maintain in this Bchool kind
but firm discipline
Each pupil recolvos personal attention
from tho Principal.
The Principal was educated at
and Georgetown Colleges, and hae
had long oxporienco In his profession.
Somo children novor got an education
becauso thoy aro kopt in low
grado common schools during tho
most critical years 01 life.
Wo Invito most critical investigation
of charactor, qualifications and
ability to control and to impart instruction.
This Bchool is not a makeshift.
Tho Principal is a professional
teachor, and so doos not teach simply
to supplement salary in somo othor
This is a pormanent institution,.
Studonts who comploto course of In
struction admitted without examination
to loading colleges of Kontucky.
Limited numbor of girls admitted as
boarders in family of Principal.
Call on or address Principal at Mt
ABHER EOfiEBS, A M.,
PUBLIC SALE I
Land, Stock, Crops Etc.
' As Administrators of Elijah Miller,
deceased, wo will soil at public, saloon
TUESDAY. OCTOBER 2c3,
An excellout Bluegrasa Farm, ttg
on the Mt. Sterling pike, wight mile
from Winchester and seven mllta
from Mt. Sterling, and containing
150 acres, subject to survey.
Said farm has on it a good two-
story frame dwelling of 9 rooms aud
all necessary outbuilding. It Is well
watered aud fenced and is convenient
to schools and churches ; good orchard
and is desirably located. Also at
the sa mo time and place wo will sell
Ono two-year Heifer.
Ouo yearling Heifer,
Ono yearling Sieer.
1 Two Brood Marcs.
Two Mule Colts,
Two three-year-old Fillies.
One three-year-old Horse.
Two Sows and Pigs.
Four Fat Hogs.
Ono Buggy ,
Ono Wheat Drill.
One good Cider Mill,
One Corn Sheller.
Ono good Sled.
Ouo Mower and Rake, Plows, Hogs,
Grindstone, etc. About 5,000 tobacco
sticks, 60 gallons of applo vinegar,
one farm bell, 15 acres of -corn, one
Valloy Gem Piano; uoarly now.4,Salo
at 10 o'clock, a. m.
J. A. Ramsoy, Auct.j 12-3
Star Planing Mil Co.,
Manufacturers and Dealers
In All Kinds of
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash
Blinds, fairways, Verandas.
Also manufacturers and sole agents
of the BEST CHURN ever made.
Wo can churn sweet or sotir
cream in from one to Ave minutes.
It will pay for itself in six months.
Call and sec them.
.Star Planing Mill Company,
MT. bTEKLING. - - - Hentuokt
MT. STERLING, KY.
Contractors and Builders,
Tinners and Plumbers.
PUMPS, FILTERS, Etc.
Office, East Main St.
Dr, R. Goldstein,
Of No. 544, 4th Avenue,
Will be at the National Hotel,
Mt. Stealing, Ky,,
Wednesda, October 26,1898.
Eyes examined and glasses scientifically
Cor. Maysvlllo and Looust Sts.,
Anthracite, Cannel, Blacksmith,
Virginia and Kentucky Coals.
HAY, CORN AND OATS,
Accounts due first da of overy
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Pianos J& if
ik frnWBiST BHI
fi3fcT aiffi "TI IH ff
fV 1 T& n ' ri 1 Hi I
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S See Us Before
You Buy We
Will Save You Money.
Five Years Guarantee
SI Backed by
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are Here to Stay.
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Second session will begin Wednesday SeptenMwr
In attondanco last yoar woro
Tho Principal was
Rev. G. O. Abbitt,
Fruits! Flowers! Shade!
Blue Grass Nurseries!
Evory thing or Orchard,
Lawn and Garden Fruit and
Ornamental trcoe, Shrube,
Vines, Small Fruits,Hhubarb,
Asparagus, and all stock
grown in Nurseries.
Fricoa reasonable as wo 'employ no
Descriptive catalogue on application,
, H. F. HILLENMEYER,
t'Phn278, Uxintfon, Ky
shoot and run.
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pupIlB. w fn 1i0c
aided by throe g&W'J
6, 7 and G E. SIXTH STREET.
Fino Sleeping Rooms,
Now Dining Booms,
San Francisco Bakery
James T. MoKee, formerly oi
Mt. Sterling, Ky., is connected wit?
Seivice Fee Ja $15.00
Insure a Live Colt.
JOHN T VfQOB9Ot0;
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