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Allay persons hare their food
dsy and their btd day. Others
arc about ball sick all the time.
They have headache, backache,
and arc restless and nerrous.
Food docs not taste good, and
the digestion is poor; the skin
Is dry and sallow and disfigured
with pimples or eruptions;
sleep brings no rest and work
Is a burden.
What is the cause of all thlo?
And the remedy?
It clears out the channels
through which poisons aro HI
carried from the body. Vhen
all impurities are removod from
the blood nature takes right hold
and completes the cure.
If there is constipation, take
Ayer's Pills. They awaken the
drowsy action of the lircr; they
Wrtta to oai Doctor.
Ta hlra tho oxclualro larrlaai
sots of tlio mojt omlnont ph jitcLam la
the Unltod Stab I Writs frtelj U tb
particular In yonr cso Tou will
a prompt reply . w ithoal oit.
Adiiiut, DE. J. C AYUR,
LoM. An undreceod Uidd glovo
J'loaso ictiirn to thU r.fllcp.
Mrs. Pie 1 c Winn uutertaincd her
friends in olegant stylo ou laat
The largest stock of gold and fill'd
watched ever in the city.
J. W. Jones
Joe Thomson and Stanley Arnold
loft last Friday afternoon with three
carloads of export cattle, for Now
York, to put them on tho market.
Lost On Wednesday last between
Samuels & King's and Oldham Bros.
Storos, via Btssett & Pitman's, two
five dollar bills. Leave at this office
and receivo reward
Katio Itoonoy, that brilliant little
actress will bo seon at tho Gand Opera
House next Friday night, December
2nd, in her latest farce comedy
"Tho Girl from Ireland,"
Good and New
English Walnuts, Almonds, Pecans
Brazil Nuts, Raisins, Datei, Seeded
Raisins, Citron at a prico that will
Hanged For Murder.
William Cato, who killed Charles
Askow on Soptombor 19, 1897, was
hanged Fiiday at Eddyvillo, death
resulting in seven minutes. The execution
took placo insido tho penitentiary
walls and was witnessed by
fow. Cato and Johu llolly killed
Akew, who was a old and inoffensive
man, by braining him with au axe.
II oil v was convicted and got a life
sentence. A murderer should bo put
First Assistant Poostmaster General
Porry S. Heath has completed his an
nual report. Tho general business of
tho PobtofQce department shows an
increase of over six million dollars
during tho fiscal year. In all departments
of the servico tho influonco of
prosperous timos made itsolf apparent.
This year there woro 27,798,078 domestic
monoy orders Issued against
25,169,053 last year. Tho amount
carried was $191,354,121 against
$174182,675. Tntro wore 2,358 now
inouov ordor oilicos established.
may shino brightly andtho birds may
elng tho sweotostjsouga but if your
stomach is not right there is no happiness
for you. Keopja bottlo of
Syrup Popslu in. the houso
' and uso it according to directions and
tho aun and birds will not shino and
sing in vain. Constipation and Indigestion
cured. Trial lzo 10c (10
In 50a and $ 1 bottles t
V. S.Lloyd's dru2b:o:o. " ', tf
For Montgomery County A Croat
SPEAKERS WILL BE PRBSENT.
All of Montflomery'B Fanners
Should Be ou Band.
Under tho auspices of Kentucky
Bureau of Agriculture a Farmors' Institute
will bo held in this city at the
Court Houso on next Mouday, De-comber
5, The welcome addrosa will
bo made by Jndgo A. A. Hazelrlgg.
Three sessions will bo hold during the
day. Morning session opens at 10
o'clock ; at 1 :30, and evening
at 7:30. Stireoptinan illustrations
on the lectures will be givon at tho
An abln corps of lecturers will bo on
hand, who will discuss subjecti of interest
to the farmers from a practical
standpoint Among others will be
Prof. U. A. Soovoll, Director of tho
Agricultural Experiment Station.who
will talk on the work of tho Station
and what it is doing for tho farmer.
Prof. IL Gtrman. Entomologist of
the Sutios, who will talk on Insect
and Fungus Diseases of crops.
Prof. Miller, Protestor of Geology,
Kentucky A. & M. College, who will
talk on Geology and its relation to
Prof. O W. Ucithewa. Professor of
Horticulture Kentucky A. & U College,
wboKO subject will bo the Garden
E. W. Robinson, of Missouri, an extensive
breeder and fecdrr of twine,
who will talk on the Care, the Feeding
and tho Breeding of Swine.
CM. Hanna will talk of Tobacco
Culture a d how to increase the profit.'
D. W. Wilson, Dairy Expert National
Department of Agriculture, will
lecture ou "Dairying."
E G. Harrison, Road Expwt, National
Department of Agriculture,
will talk on highway improvement, or
M. F. Johnson, President of Kentucky
Horticultural Society, will
uro on The Pleasures, the Profits
and tho PowibilltiNi of Fruit Grow
ing in Kentucky.''
Unavoidable causes may prevent
tho presence of eomo of the above-named
gentlemen, but their places
will be supplied wherover possible.
Thcso meetings aro educational aud
aro devised for tho purpose of bringing
the farmers of tho communities
together for an iuterchango of ideas
for tho improvomout ot methods in
No farmer can aCoid to neglect
thoo meetings. The lecturers aro
practical men, thoroughly versed on
tho subjects they discuss, and you will
undoubtedly got from them and your
neighbor farmers in attendance tome
suggestions that will be of value in
Cooio out and tako part in tho discussions
that will follow each lecture.
Bring tho family. Don't forgot tho
boys. Talk institute to ovory farmor
you meet and got him to promise to
come. Remomber tho dato. Hoar
every lecture. Special invitation to
Judge M. M. Cassidy will talk
about wheat growing and J. T. Highland
on cattle feeding. Other local
speakers a-o expected to tako part.
No Griping or Pains.
Arrowsmith, III., Jan. 27, 97.
Dear Sirs: I have been bothered
for 15 years with constipation and I
have tried many preparations during
that time. I commenced using Dr.
Caldwin's Syrup Poptln in tho fall of
1895 and unhesitatingly say it is tho
best remedy I have found for my
trouble. No griping or pains after
taking. Yours, otc,
For sale by W. S. Lloyd. tf
Winsomo littlo Katio Roonoy, in
"Tho Girl from Ireland," will bo at
theOpora Houso Friday night,
$500, $1,000 or $1,500 to loan on
good real cstato,
T. F.RoaEns, Agont.
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Hon a'ro turning wearily from organization
and ritua), because thoro is
not enough of God in them. Rov.
IF. Jamo, PhlJadolphU, Pnnu.
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3" Mt. Sterling Advocate Tuesday, November '29, tSgb. ,-v ,
During tho putweek W. B.
sold to Dr. MJ3. Brown 60 acres
land slightly improved, near western
limits of city, at $00 per acre.
On Thursday morning, at .his homo
in Winchester. John W. Bean died.
after a short sickness from heart and
kidney trouble. Ho w horn September
8, 1823. He leaves a wifo and
four children. The only single child
is John E. Bean, formerly a business
man in JitSterling. Mr. Bean waa
a prosperous larmor, ana was jot
abont 25 years President of the Clark
County National Bank, in which ho
was a Urge stockholder. Ho was a
christian gentleman, a member of tho
Presbyterian church. Tho funeral
service wa held on Friday afternoou
at the residence. The, banking houso
was draped in mourning-.
Thero has been a revival of travol
In Winchester on tho street cars.
Two cars supply tuo demand, while a
third is held in reserve for a rush and
Judge Flanagan, who has been seriously
sick, is much improved.
Bovoral real estate transfers havo
recently been made. ,
Mrs. Sallio Kceno has given possession
of her 'residence to Mr . T. C.
Robinson, Vico President of Clark
County National Bank. Mrs. Kceno
and daughter aro boarding at tho
Considerable wheat has boen jsold
in last few days at 60 cents.
The Winchester Roller Mill runs
day and night.
But littlo tobacco has boon sold.
Chas Lyddanc, local editor of
Winchester Democrat, d a Redman
spont Friday night with his brethren
at Mt. Sterling.
On Tuesday evening, at tho First
Christian church, a rccoptiou was
givon by the congregation to tho family
of their now paitor, Rev. Walkor.
About thrco hundred attended
Luncheon was served in tho basement
of tho church. Tho city pastors weie
invited and a very pleasant evening
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,-) -Lucas
County, . f
Frank J. Cheney makes oath thai
he is tho senior partner of tho firm of
F. J. Cbenoy & Con doing business in
tho City of Toledo, County aud State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
tho sum of ONE; HUNDRED DOLLARS
for oach'and every case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by the uso
of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cdkney.
Sworn to beforo mo and subscribed
In my piesence, this 6th day of December,
A.- D., 1896.
JsealJ A. W. Glkabon,
Hall's Cartarrhftduro is taken In
ternally, and gacts dircctlv on tho
blood aud mucous surfaces of tho system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co.,
8old by druggists, 75c, tf
Hall's Family Pills aro tho best.
Gone to Jackson.
Floyd Day, tho prominent lumber
dealer of Eastern Kentucky,haB transferred
his ofllce from Winchester and
consolidated it with tho offlco of tho
Dav Bros. Lumber Company at Jackson.
C. M. Clark, son of Rev. H. D.
Clark, of this city, has been in tho
Winchester ofllce, but on yesterday
wont to Jackson and will bo in charge
of the consolidated offices. His many
frlendB bore will be glad to know of
his success in boing chosen to mauago
so Important business, Ho is attentive
to businoes, energetic, porsovoring
aud well qualified and worthy, and
will bo a valuablo man to tho firm.
Fire, life and accidont insurance
written by T. F. Rogers, Agent,
- More Light at Richmond.
By a unanimous vote, tho Richmond
City Council has accepted tho proposition
of Messrs. D. J . Hausa, of Cin.
cinnati, and Frank Adair, of Carlialo,
granting them tho right to put iu an
oloctrlo plant at Richmond. Tho
proposition was opposed by tho Richmond
Water and Light Company,
which- claimed tho exclusive franchise,
and tho matter may havo to bo
decided by the courts.
4 'To euro a cold in ono day take
Laxativo Bromo Qulnlno Tablets, No
cure no pay. For salo by all
Major Afie LecturM at Slurp
Tho soldisr, diplomat aad citizen,
UajorH.T. Allen, wfco ii vialtini;
relatives and friends, delivered a lecture
on his personal experience in tho
Santiago campaign, at his old homo,
Sharpsburfff on last Friday evening1,
Tho largest bonte Q available was
packed with relatives, frionds, and
even tome of the old family negrooa
were thero with wido open mouth
and eyes, eager to hear "Mara San-ford's"
Major Alton's manner of speaking
is easy, his style is torsojand graphic.
The Major told of the difficulties he
experienced Id obtaining a release
from his position as Military Attache
at Berlin that ho might boo actiro
service In the Hispano-American war,
and how ho reached his command at
Tampa, Fla., Just as thoy were abbut
to embark upon tho .transport ship;
and of tho difficulties of disembarking
in Cuba. Ho then rolatod his experience
in the fierco strugglolat
Aajor Allen was an of
tho departure of Corvora's fleet from
Santiago harbor and reported th'o fact
in person to Gen. Shaffer, Ho heard
the cannonading of tho contending
fleets when tho Spanish ship "were
sent to tho bottom of tho sea."
EJMajor Allen eerved as Governor
General of Oaney at tho time it wat
crowded with the twenty thousand
infirm and starving refugees from
Santiago. Shaffer said in speaking
of the Major's service : "Allen worked
like a dog." It was there that Major
Allen was stricken with yellow fever.
Ho has entirely recovered and will
soon return to his position as Military
Attacho in Berlin.
Now in Store,
Buckwhoat Flour, Maple Molasses,
Flako Hominy, Grits, Beans, and the
lnrcest stock of canned fruits and vegetables
in Eaatorn Kontucky .
11 1 ii m
Horse Sale at Lexington.
Tho Easton Company's midwinter
salo closed Saturday after having disposed
of 301 head of horses for a total
of $72,360, an averaRe of $240 .'per
head. The highest price paid wft
$20,000 for Imp Top Gallant, but this
alo was surronnded by such circumstances
as to dispute Its genuineness.
The Breeders' Mutual Benefit Association
continued its work yesterday,
buying the fivo named as follows:
Miss Regent, 2, by Montana Regent,
Hindooland, 9, by Hindoo, dam
Ella Sbipman, 9, by Jilt Johnson,
dam Noecy Hale, $20.
Yolande, 13, by Imp. Glen Athol,
Silk Gown, 15, by Longfellow, dam
Modeste, $25 .
These wMl be shorn of their
groes and sold in tho Southern market.
Throo mares whose breeding wat
cOnsideied good by the association
wore passed without a bid.
I havo engaged a flno watchmaker
and engraver, betides other help, and
expect to keep up the work as well
as wait on the trade. No trouble to
show goods . J. W. Jones.
Ffteou nico 1050-pound feeding cat
tle. Also a No. 1 Saddlo horso.
J. G. Tbimble.
$5,000 to loan at 5 per cent, ou blue
grass farm. T. F. Rouers, Agent.
1 1 1
A private letter from Samoa regrets
tho absenco of an American
warship in thoto waters. Germany,
tho writer assorts, is quietly scheming
to gain sole possession of the Island.
Lost or Strayed.
A black dehorned 800-pound steer
branded on left hip, from Ben Hall's
farm about November 10th. Fivo
dollars for roturn to Sam Turloy.
dollars for conviction of
I havo in ttock 500 different styles
of rings. J. W. Jones.
Bank Tax Cases Compromised.
On Friday tho Fiscal Court and tho
banks of this city eflocted a com promise
on account of frauchlso.taxes -for
1897 and 98, tho banks paying 80 per
cent of tho assosscd valuo. Judgo A,
A, Hazolrigg opposed tho compromise
on the ground that tho court had no
fight to make tho compromise because
it is illegal and unconstitutional , All
Magistrates excopt Eiq. Jno. It.
Thomas voted for it, Tho revenue
from this Is $2045.70 and. Jbfon
Thm ko ditrtgfd
IrJy uiiikiitiant tf dutait.
The progress of
MSI tie knowledge
of its victim.
It lias become
aim aB'wWCl'filTBO common to
wr?!? lMr say, " Every-
A ly jgj s catarrh" that many
fm di $Sr elP people
$t to it. Yet no class
S&yWH&&Sfv&. f dWoM Is so
wfssmmm h A1t is clifvTf A n4Y
s&Z&a.t? If any people well
5a years HxcL themselves In
the tolls of etvtorrfa. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr, Colin ci'b letter follows:
Peru-na Ittdcint Co., Columbus, O.
Deaji Brns: "I think your
!b tho lt medicine I ever tried for ca
tarrh. 1 toro tried all tho catarrh
medicine) tint I could hear of nnd none J
of them did nay good until I tried yonrs.
I and my wife have "both used the
and If and wo are about
Well. I am 70 years old and my wifo
lo 6C. When tre commenced to take
your medicines we were, not able to see
after car work, but now sho can tend
to her work and I bco after my farm.
Vou can use this publicly if you want
fo."A. P. Collum, Giddlngs, Tex.
The good dependable kinds; not
traBh nor rubbish for men, women
and children. "Wright's: Health
Fleeced underwenr for men. Ladies
union suits, Cotton fleeced, wool
mixed, and all wool. Also Vests
nnd pants separate. We nro
sure to please you because wo have
such a large stock and such a great
variety, and too, tho kind thut it
pays to buy.
AUTUMN DRESS GOODS.
Now textures, new' designs and
coloring make this the most attractive
dresB goods stock. Only
the worthy sort of dress goods here.
In tho plainer fabrics no shade is
missing no right shade. Priced ns
wo price merchandise, just nnd
Many a handsome dress is spoiled
by poor trimmings and findings.
Many a modeBt gown has been
made to give nearly double service
by a proper attention to these
things. In this store. you will get
every thing that goes into tho tho
maKo up or a dress of tho best.
You'll find it will pay you to buy
the best especially when the best
will cost you here but a fraction, n
mere shade more than tho poor
sorts. Penny pinching is the
kind of economy, when you are
flitting out "a dress for the maker.
Tho criBp Autumn air haB redoubled
tho domand for outer garments
overy where. A nico assortment
of Fur Collarettes addB completeness
to this stock.
Interesting to Horsemen.
A Broedora' Mutual Protectlvo Association
has boon organized by tho
breeders of tbo Blue Grass, tho object
being to buy up tho cheap and inferior
thoroughbred marcs that aro a
menace to tho business. Thcso will
bo shipped to Southorn and Western
markets and sold without thoir pedigrees,
10 that they will not como in
competition with tbo bolter class of
thoroughbreds. A fund of $1,600 has
already boen subscribed and it is ox
pectcd $5,000 will Boon bo raised.
DR. CALDWELL'S KI
CURES STI RATION. XB
Remember O. F. Keeaoo, the
Tho littlo suuhoam of mirth, Dainty
fcaty lloonoy, in ''Tho girl from Ire
land," is the noxt attraction at thoL
Grand Opera House, December 2.
If ybit want a present, go to J. ,"W.
,Tene? and gel one that will keep,
J, M. ROBINSON,
NORTON & CO.,
Sixth and Main, Louisville, Ky.
Importers and Jobber of Drr Ooxl fand Kot-
Ions; manufacturer of "Tiger" I'antu, Suite, Ac.
ltcfcrciicc J, Tnvlor Dar, HumI Gn.cn, Kr.
225-237 Race St,,
Importers and Jobbers of Furnlahintr GoolvsJ
S2f".fite2, Labile Good., filankatffla
Ilcfcrcnce, J. Taylor Bay, Hazel 6recn, Ky.
CLAY CITY LUMBER
& STAVE CO.,
Clay City Ky.
ni!l0i 'S Tlm.bLo.g8' L"nber' Staves, Tien,
Tan Bark and Mirchniidteo. I'nrtiCffBavlnir
standinjr timber and aw iocs for salo on Ilea
SaHffiWS'wnf"wl3rto J Tay,or
CARTER DRY GOODS CO,.
729731-733 W. Main St., .
Importers! nd Jobbers of Drr Goods, Notions
Reference. J. Tavlor Unv. nmnl dnor, tr
-. rfl .Vu,.j .
J. Taylor Day, Proprietor,
For the convenience and picture of ipieats of
El 1'juk Hotcl,Torrcnt, Ky., and tho trnvcllne
public In general, bavo opened Xwo first, class
gtables, ono at Ilazcl Green and ono at Torrent.
Good horses nnd tho latest styles In vehicles.
Fortioi from a dUtanco can bavo their borees
pastured at a reasonable price. Good grass v
J. A. SHUTTLEWORTH &CO.,
007 w. Mam St.,
Manufacturers and Jobbers of Men's, Hots'
and Children's Clothing.
Rcfcrcnco,J. TayJor Tay, Hazel Green, Ky.
BODE HARDWARE CO.,
25 E, Pearl St., , ,
Wholesale Hardware and Cutlery. f
Reference, J. Taylor Day. Hazel Green, Ky.
o H. HARRISON, ?Si
Attorney at Law,
451 W. Jcffcrtoc St., LOUI3VH.LK(KY
"Practices In all civil courts, State and Federal.
In connection with my law 'practice I
have a'thorongblycqulpped Collection
and make mercantile collecting my specialty.
Reference, J.Taylor Day, Ilazcl Grccu, Ky.
FLOYD DAY. LEE CONGLETON.
DAY & CONGLETON
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wnoicsaie iiumbcr. Bills of aw'fcind cut to
EL PARK HOTEL,
J. Taylor Day, Proprietpr.
This hotel has becomo famous far and near
though tho guests, who nro extravagant In
praise. It Is located nt Torrent From Its
porches and windows can be fcen tno most
beautiful landscapes. It Is well ventilated, excellent
beds, nnd tables aro supplied with the
best in tho market.
WM. BECKHER. E. S. JOUETT, JR.
Attorneys at Law,
Will practice In tho Courts of Clark ani;
neighboring counties and in tho
peals. Office, South Couittreet, V
DAY & SWANGO SPRINGS,
J. Taylor Day, Proprietor.
Open to the world.
Don't get possession of tbo Swango Springs
uniu ucccmocr 21, isas, out wiu Duy ana keep
soiuo of tho water on tap frco for all guests of
iui xaru. uoici, '.Torrent, iiy,
J. TAYLOR DAY,
and Torrent, Ky. tu
Wholesale and retail dealer In General Merchandise,
Real Estate, Lumber, cte., at Torrent
nnd Hazel Green. Also President ot Hazel
Green Talr & Driving Turk Association and
J. Taylor Day, Proprietor,
Hazel Green, Ky.
Highest Grades of Patent Flour. No better
mill -in tho United States. No ono can sell
Mrs. J. D, Tipton will have on
sale for the holidays at her residence
on Sycamore street, a lovely
selection of beautifully dressed , .
dolls, in nil sizes, styles and prices.
Dolls to suit every fancy; also a
new importation of flno linon, drawn
work, embroidered pieces, and silk
handkerchiefs, direct from, Japan,
Curios from Korea and Japan. yH
IWU jUUUO U1U DU1U UJ iUlDi Alii
ton in tho interest of mission work'
Aid a good cause, and enjoy seeing
all tho odd, pretty things from
foreign lands. Mrs, Tipton will bo
delighted to seo all her old frionds,
and many new ones, Hemomber
sho will have Christmas Dolls in
Horso blankots and lectins, Lara's
1,1 . tk.
stock, low prices. Chas. Rbis,