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Items From Owiagville Outlook.
O whigflvillo streot fair, Oct. 12 to 14.
Press Barnes, J. T. AtcuUon and
Jo Duff will awaid tho prizes
da; at tho Street Fair.
Chas. Ganuon, ot Bethel, is improving
slowly. Ilia daughtor Miss Maggie
is vory low anil not oxpcctcil to
live. Sno has typhoid fevor.
Capt. E. Q. Wells sold to Cloll Ew
lug 32 acres ot corn at $1.75 per bb!.
to be taken November 15th and judged
iu the Held.
Farmers roport not morothan hah
a crop of corn in this county. Drj
weather i9 tho causo of the shortage.
Quail hunting at Olympla will bu
ilnc this fall, as thoro seems to bo an
uuusua'ly large number of birds.
John W. Hughe, of Flat "Creek
bought of Squire James B. Hughe,
of south of town, 17 feeding stoeif,
averaging a little over 1,000 lb., at
Circuit Court convenes here next
Monday. Oct. 2. Tho docket lias 7
old ordinary eases and U
98 old cquit aud21
62 old Comtnotuvoath and 57
The Stato Elcciion,CornmiRsioner
liavo appointed Richard II. Conn'i,
Dornocrat, of Owinsjsville; J. Fran l
Itoyse, Democrat, of near Sharpsburg,
and Charles Spencer, Republican, of
Roe's Run, to constitute tho Bath
County Election Board. Tho
is above criticism.
&ALE vF 1S90 TOnACCO.
John W. Dawson bought Will
Roberts' at 7c; Will Myers' at 7-J .
George A. Peed bought the crops
John Boaz, Will Cravens and Ilaivev
Carpenter at 7c. J. M. Richart bough'
Austin Bonz's at 7c; Ed Horseman's
Clark S. Crouch's and Chas. T. I torn V
all on tho Robt. Coulthard farm, at 7.-
O. S. Lrumiger has boon employed
by the Goobel conference to speak ut
Flat Creek blacksmith thop every opening
at G o'clock. Ever) body invitpil.
Pliillip Fleming told eight head "I
feeding cattle to Sid II tit, of
couutv, at 4c, for O "lobar d-Jivery.
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The "Plow Bov Preacher, " Rev. J.
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Kiikinau, Belle Rivp, III., says, "Attci
aufloring from Bronchial or lung
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troublo for ten years, I was cured bt
Ono Minute Cough Cure. It h nil
that is claimed for it and iuoit." I
ourcs coughs, co!dj, jripim and aii
throat and luntr trouble.
Fot salo by F. C. DtJKitaox,
The history of the shoe
Lovington would bo in
from complete if a prominent pliice
were not given to thn linn of is.
& Son. They sie up to date.
Thoir stock ia laige and the latebi
styles in all kinds of foot-wear aro on
thoir shelve. Your wishee can bo
gratified. We can commend them a
worthy of your confidence. Watch the
columns of tho Adwcatk for their
. Childless peoj '
rfKy4fi.S'&i ir.TJ often drift apart.
Till wiie to
mmm ' .1 t 1 St her h' !i
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ti rr Tcvtt v ikiu i uii in i ii t;
Ivllll .1 Iiu i.t
The hushnid nnd
the home dull nnd
OC-B to till" club. Th-
happu st homes un
whuh ci'lio in
the love and laugl'ter
of childish voices.
hood tire often
out of a diseased or enteebled condition
of the delicate female organs. When
, these conditions are removed, and
and elasticity given to the organs of
motherhood, it frequently follows that
the home is ' uldened bj the coming of
a healthy, lujp) infant.
There is no othei medicine that will
do as much for women ns Dr. 1'iercu'a
1'avorite Prescription. It dries up disagreeable
drains, allays inflammation,
heals ulceration, cures female
and establishes the delicate womanly
organs in a state of perfect health
There is no alcohol, opium or other
narcotic iu " Favorite Prescription."
Any sick woman mav consult Dr. U.
"V. Pierce, of llufTalo, N. Y., by retler,
free. Every letter is hold ns" strictly
private nnd sacredly confidential.
"I had len n sufferer from uterine trouble for
nltout three jrnrs bavins' to In
that time, nnd the iloctorsthat I continued snid I
-would have to i;o through an operation before I
could giie birth to livmi; children." writes Mrs.
H. Uvnus, of l'arsons, r.nzerne Co , Pa
'WJkj about to yiic up lu despair I saw the
ndvertiemcnt of Dr I'lercc'i medicine nnd
r Jiijjlit I would give it a trial as n last resort I
lKjiiRlit a bottle of Dr. Tierce's 1'ivorlte Pre
riptiou, and after fikinir it felt better than 1
had for ears. Alter taUntr four nnd a half tot.
lies I Rave birth ton bright Imbyeirl who Is now
four iiuiiitln old and hasiiot had a diy of sick
ne, tcmnot ny too much In of I".
I'lerce'iU'uvorUy l'reacrlptiou "
Dr. Pierce's Pellets ure a boon to
women of constipated habit
Tasks for Which Most People Would
Think Sight Was Necessary.
Blind people are often found in
walks of life vhero least expected,
nnd some of their performances are
really wonderful. Who would think,
for instance, that one so afflicted
could follow successfully the occupation
of an optician, and yet some
years ago a man in Scotland did a
good business in that capacity. He
could grind, and polish lenses with
the greatest accuracy, and fit them
with a precision truly wonderful;
and it is indeed truly remarkable,
when one contemplates the performance,
that a blind man should be capable
of selecting a pair of spectacles
to meet the needs of another person
whoso eyesight was only a little defective.
Last year, too, a blind postman retired
nfter 30 years' service, and this
is another of tho positions which one
would not expect a blind man to oc
cupy. Jivory morning, accompanied
by a dog, he carried the letters from
the subpost office at Terrington St.
John to tho St. John's Fen End and
Tilney Fen End. two Norfolk villages;
and, in addition to his postal
duties, he was an adept at carpentry
and several other occupations. lie is
also credited with building a kind of
tricjele, but he had the assistance of
a local blacksmith in this undertaking.
The Rowland. Hill fund raado
him a grant of five pounds on his re
tirement, as a recognition of his
'long and faithful service."
Another man, who was left blind
by an illness at 25 years of age, subsequently
became a traveler, and his
exploits in tins direction are truly
marvelous. He traveled through several
countries on the continent, and
afterwards published a very lively
description of the various countries
he had passed through. Later on he
undertook a trip round the world,
and, as he traversed Asia, Africa,
America and Australia, he got sufficient
material to fill several interesting
The Westchester county (N. Y.)
blind fireman is another instance of
a sightless man occupying a uniquo
position, and, seeing that the individual
in question lias served in the
fire brigade for many years, the case
is all the more remarkable. When
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the brigade is called out to a fire ho
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rides holding on behind the engine,
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and as soon as it reaches its
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UUU 11U 1UC1S VJii. U1U 11U3U 1U11U U3
efficiently ns any seeing man could
do, knowing apparently the position
of every man of the brigade. lie is
regarded as one of the best firemen
in the town.
Another American, a blind organist,
performed a strange task quite
recently, lie had a cottage organ,
and lie undertook to take it to pieces
and put it together again within three
hours. The organ, including the
keys and the reeds, comprised 293
pieces, and as he pulled it adrift he
threw the various parts into one common
heap. Before the expiration of
the time allowed he had rebuilt the
organ, and was playing on it to a
large assembly. The man is also an
expert piano tuner and clock rcpaner,
and not long nnce he went up the
courthouse tower of Kokomo, nd.
18o feet high and repaired the
town clock, which had gone wrong
John Metcalf, of Knaresborough,
wat another very remarkable instance
of a blind man performing
wonder. Ho was a splendid horseman,
and once he competed with another
for a large sum in racing three
times round a circular course a mile
in length. The bets were largel)
against him, people arguing that a
blind man could never ride in a circle,
but Metcalf did the tuck and won the
race by having people with bells stationed
at the various points on the
course. On another occasion he acted
as guide to a gentleman from New
York to Harrogate, and was successful
in the undertaking the gentleman,
strange to Bay, not knowing that
his guide was sightless until the following
day. This was done, be it
membeied, before the roads were any
thing like they ate at present.
lie could also play at cards and
win; in fact, it is said that ho once
won as much as 18 guineas from
strangers while so engaged. For some
time he drove a stage wagon between
York and Knaresborough, but
his capacity for rondmnlung, was undoubtedly
the most wonderful of his
gifts. For 10 years he was occupied
in Lancashire, Yorkshire, Derbyshire
and Cheshire in constructing
roads and bridges, and many of them
were eloquent testimonies to hia skill
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Tho Pilaco Hotel, Sixth and Vinp,
Cinciuuati, is a popular resort. The
rates aro $2 to $3 per day, American
plan, and $1 up, European plan. Thn
fare is good, and prompt attention is
given tho guests. Heincmbcr tho
Palace whon in tho rit.
To buy life policies lapeed and
any kind. Will pay cash. Cal
ou me at my ofllce, Tradors' Deposit
Mt. Steiling, Kv.
Schedule In ntTect Jnn 11, 18U0.
EASTDOUND. No. 1. No 6. No. 8.
Lv Louisville 7 40am 4 00pm 7.45pm
Ar Sholbyvllle . BOOam 6 33pm 0 07ptr
ArLarenceb'g 065am 0.25pm 9.Mpn
Ar Versailles l0.1Bam 6.47pm 10.09pm
Ar Lexington . .. 10.45am 7.15pm 10.35pm
wiiHinouND. No. 6. No. a r7o747
Lv Lexington 7.80am 4 25pm 5.15am
Ar VernalllM 7.65am 4 62pm 637ara
Ar Ln'renceb'g 8.20am 6.15pm 6.65,im
A r Shelbyvlllo. 9.12am 0.05pm 0.32am
Ar Louisville.... 10 40ain 7.35pm 7.65am
No. 13 No. 11. stations. No. IS. No. 14.
4uopm 7.40am Lv r,nulivli Ar 7.35pm 10.40am
B 30pm 10 00am Lv LamrbreAr n.iupni R.I 0am
7.lfipm 10 43am AriiarodsucLiV 4 25pm 7.20am
7.30pm 10 55am Ar iiurKin..i.v 4.16pm 7.10am
No 15 tNo 07. BTATIONS. No. 10. tNo.ca
4 oopm 7 40:im Lv Lnulsvil Ar Itt40am "7 35pm
6 33pm 0 09am l.v ShelbvllAr 9 12am awipro
fl.50ptn 10 25am Lv Ver.slles Ar 7 50im 4.15pm
7 10pm 11 10am Ar Midway Lv 7.30am 3.38pm
7 40pm laOSpml Ar Clcorstn Lv 7.00am 3.00pm
tNo 1. No 6. KTATIONS. tNo. OltNo. 2.
7 40am 4 (xipm Lv LoiiIhvII Ar 10 40am 7 35pm
10 fiim asopm Lv Versllcs A' 7 50am 4 45pm
1 1 (rj.ira 7 3.1pm ArNIrhlvlil Ar (V5Ham 3 65pm
li.68pm 8 30pm Ar Itlehmtid Lv 6 05am 3.00pm
1.05pm Ar It vine Lv 1.45pm
STATIONS. No: 1. Nors."
Lv LouTsvTTlo.,. 7.40am 7.4ipro
Ar Lexington.. 10 41am 10 35pro
Ar Knox'villo. 7 00pm 7.41am
Ar AHhovlllo, ,., 5.10am 1.10pm
Ar Savannah.... 6O0am
Ar .Tnclcionvllln. 9 00am
Ar ChattunooKaT 6.10pm 6.25am
Ar Atlanta iu.innm 11.50am
Ar Macon ,,,, 1.10am 2 25pm
Ar JncliKonvllle . 9.10am 0.10am
Lv Chattnnooga. 6.30pm 0.4.1am
Ar Tllrmlngham . 10 05pm 1 1.30am
Ar Meridian 2 30am 9.60pm
Ar New Orleans. &25nm
Trains Nos. 1, 2, 6 and 6, between Loulsvlllo
and Lexington, carry Free Observation Chad
No. 1 connects nt Lexington dally with
through sleeping ears to Chattanooga, Illrm.
Ingham nnd New Orleans, and through Rlrcper
from Chattnnooga to Atlanta, Wacon and Jacksonville.
tween Loulsvlllo and Klrmlnghiim, connecting
at Loxlnirtnn with thrnuch I'lilimnn ciinpii
vin Harrlmin between Knoxvlllo, Asbevllle,
Columbia. Savaimnh nnd Jacksonville,
The only line. -with three dally trains
tween Louisville, Shelbyvlllo and Lexington,
tDatly except Sunday. Other trains dally.
A. WllEDON, P.&T.A., S.T.SWIFT, P.&T.A..
Louisville, Ky. Lexington, Ky.
0. A. BAinD, T. P. A., Louisville. Ky.
F.S.GANNON.3d V.P.O.M J. M. Oui.P.T. M
, . m Washington, D. a Washington. D.O.
Washington, D. a Louisville, Ky
J. M. ROBINSON,
NORTON & CO.,
Sixth and Main, Louisville, Ky.
Importers and Jobber of Drv Goods nnd Notions;
manufacturers of "Tiger" Pants, Suits, Ac.
Reference, J. Taylor Da v. liazel Green, Ky.
MEYER, WISE & KAICHEN,
225-227 Race St.,
Importers nnd Jobbers of Furnishing Goods
Hosiery, Undcrwonr, Whito Goods, lllankcts
Notions and Fnney Dry Goods.
Kcfcrcnco J.'J'nvlor l)av. Hazel Green, Ky.
CLAY CITY LUMBER
& STAVE CO.,
Clay City, Ky.
Dealers tn Timber. Loots. Lumber. States. Ties.
Tan llatk nnd JUeiclmntllse. I'ntties having
limine timber nnd saw logs for enle on lied
Jihcr nbovo tho rouofhs, will apply to J. Taylor
Day, Hazel Green, ICy.
CARTER DRY GOODS CO..
729731-733 W. Main St.,
Impotters nndJobbcisof Dry Goods, Notions
and Gents' Furnishing Goods,
llcierencc, J. Taylor Day, Hazel Green, Ky.
J. Taylor Day, Proprietor,
For tho convenience nnd pleasure of guests of
Kl Talk Hotel, Torrent, Ky., nnd tho traveling
public in general, have opened two 11 ret .class
stables, ono at Hazel Green nnd one nt Torrent.
Good horses and tho latest styles In vehicles.
Patties from a distnnco can havo their horses
pastured at a reasonable price. Good grass.
J. A. SHUTTLEWORTH&CO.,
607 W. Main St.,
Manufacturers nnd Jobbers of Men's, Boys'
and Children's Clothlnjr.
Ilcfcrcncc.J. Taylor Day, Hazel Green, Ky.
BODE HARDWARE CO., .
25 E. Pearl St.,
Wholesale Hardware and Cutlery.
Reference. J. Taylor Day, If azel Green, Ky.
H. O. HARRISON,
Attorney at Law,
451 W. Jefferson 8t., LOUISVILLE, KY
Practices in all civil coin ts, Stato and
In connection with my law practice I
haoa thoroughly equipped Collection
and inako mercantile collecting my specialty.
Itcfcrcncc. J.Tavlor Day. Hazel Gican. Kv.
KLOYD DAY. LEE CONGLETON.
DAY & CONGLETON
Vt'holcsnlo Lumber. Hills of any kind cut to
EL PARK HOTEL,
J. Taylor Day, Proprietor.
This hotol has become famous far and near
though tho guests, who nro extravagant in
praise. It is located at Torrent. From its
K)rchcs and windows enn bo tho most
beautiful landscapes. It is well cntilntcd, excellent
beds, and tnblcs aro supplied with the
WM. BECKNER. E. S, JOUETT, JR.
BECKNER & JOUETT,
Attorneys at Law,
Will practice in the Comts of Clark and
ueighboiing counties nnd in he Couit of Appeals.
Office, South Com tstteet.
DAY & SWANGO SPRINGS,
J. Taylor Day, Proprietor.
Open to the world.
Ttlio water on tap fico for all guests of
El Park Hotel. Toi l cnt, Kv.
J. TAYLOR DAY,
and Torrent, Ky.
Wbolcsalo and retnil dealer in Gcncinl Merchandise,
Real Estate, Lumber, etc, nt Torrent
and Hazel Green. Also President of Hazel
GieenFalr Diiving l'nik Association nnd
Fanners' Exchange. .
J. Taylor Day, Proprietor,
Hazel Green, Ky.
Highest Grades of Patent Flour. No bottnr
mill in tno united States, No ono cau sell
TO LOAN FOR TEN YEARS,
With privilege of borrower
to repay in five
years. Interest payable
annually. In sums of
$500 to $10,000 on farm .
property only. The most
liberal contract ever
made for the borrower.
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Anyone sending a sketch and description may
uvwuiiii our opinion xree nneinor on
Intention Is probably patentable. Communion-
raients mien ttirougn ftinnn & C
ntclal notice, without chnnre. in the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. T.nrncst, circulation
of any sclentlOo journal. Terms, W a
year: four months, 1 1. Hold by all newsdealers.
MUNM&CoB,BfM New York
Branch Office, 096 F St, Washington, D. 0.
CIRCUIT CO CRT.
JtJDOB Jonn K. Coopjcr presiding Third Monday
In January nnd tho Second Monday in April
July and October.
MONTCiOMKRY IttMXTXBLY CO0BT.
Jcdob A. A. HiZELmoa presiding, Tuesday after
Third Monday In January, Apill, July and
Third Monday of each month.
MT. BTKRLIKO OUT COURT. CITII. BBANl H
Judge Bem K. Tuknsk, presiding, Flrbt Bat-
uiuuy in uaon monin.
C.C.TURNER. A. A. HA ELBIOO,
rpUHNEU & HA7.ELIUGG,
ATTOKNEYS AT LAW,
Mi. Stexlinr; Kkntcckt
Will piactlco In all tho Courts of tho Commonwealth,
J-- Attohnev at Law,
Mt. Sterling, Kentucky
Office Court St., opposite Court House, Samuelt
Buildlntr, front room up stairs.
d Law and Surveyor,
Mt. Sterling, Ky.
All collections and real estate transactions 01
anything concerning the unrno promptly at-
fonrlnri tn. nnri Ahtvnf,a rt Htla wlvim ml,.,
desired. ODico, second floor. Traders DcdosU
Bank bnl'dlne Mavsvillo stiret
M.S.Tyler. iwU Apperso
IPYLEU A APPK11SON.
Ofllce First floor, TyLr.Apperson Building
This and adjoining counties. Fifteen yoait
FostoluVe, Mt, Sterling, Ky.
' Attorneys at Law,
Office: li Court St. Mt. Sterling, Ky
DR.W C.NESBITT, Dentist,
Mt. Sterling, Ky.
Office on Main street, up stall's, opposito Dr. It
Q. Drake's ofllce.
DU. HOWARD VAN ANTWERP,
Office In Postofllco Block; upstairs
Attorney At Law.
Office 14 Cjurt Street, with John G. Winn.
DR. D. I PROCTOR.
Mt. ntcrltng, Ky.
FiNLKV E. FO(jI
Established U5J. CAPITAL S50.000.00
Exchange Bank of Ky.
Dr. J. A. Siiuukv, President.
Jno. S. Frizeu, Cashier.
Your Business .Solicited,
The two Famous Saddle '
Will make the season
of 1899 at
Woodford's Stock Farm
At $15 and $10 to Insure.
For particulars see or
JNO, T. WOODFORD.
MT. STERLING, KY.
THE BEST OF THEM ALLlt
S??.1 complete novel In every num.
23f I? P'i10.11 fo a lnrB quantity or useftU
entertalnlnB reading matter.
Xo eontlnuta Mortem, whteh are mm
oojmetlonablm to tnott readerm.
It Bhould be In every household. Bun.
criptlon, 83.00 per year.
Agents wanted; In every town, to whom
the most liberal lnducomonVwlli bo 0ffer?2
. 8. LIPWHCOTX COMPANY, PubUallont
Any person dpRlring to order fino
chickoiif, or tlieir eggs, advertised
for h. A. Woodford & Co., will leavo
holr orders with up. Wo have price
it nnd will tnkn pleasure in secur
ing what you want,
Louisville, Evais &
St. Louis Consolidated R: R.
GEO. T. JAR.VIS, Xivcr.
tig, ' . S
Shortest Route 'ami
ii i .. tjpiw IE
r rT i Wrtsm I
KnnnmjJ .sn wmi? raiuw.
O ' '1'ltaBHBIh
atlor and Dining Cars,
Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers,
Shortest Line and Fastest
- Time to Evansvflle.
Depot Ticket Office- 7th and River.
City Ticket Office S V. corner 3rd
and Main Street.
J, B. CAMPBELL, D. P. A.,
T. C. WELCH,
MT. STEELING, KY.
Has at all times BUSHED STONE for driveways
Nono but first-class workmen employed,
Work dono on short notice. All work guaranteed,
Have on hand BUILDING STONE fortsalo at
AiL9J'd(!r8 Ic,t nt my blacksmith shop on
MITCHELL'S ALLEY will receive prompt at
have made special arrangements
to do all kinds of En-
Copying & i?f rPifctru
pying done at home at less
prices than charged by
agents for same grade of
work. ,. .:.
C. H. BRikM
W. H. BOSWELL, Proprietor.
First-class in all its appointments
the traveling man's home. "Three
sample rooms on the first llonr. Tn.
bio supplied with tho best of everyf
thin; Gome and see for yourseir!
LOUIS H. LANDMAN M D.
No. 503 V. Ninth Street. CINCINNATI, OHIO
Will be at NEW CENTRAL HOTEL
JIT. STERLING, KY
On Saturday September 16.
L.. Woodford a Co:
Barred and Whito Plymouth Rocks',1
Black Langshans, ' T$
Golden Seahright Bantams,' '"
Roso-Comb Brown Leghorns.
bronze rurkeys, Pekin Ducks,
ciHhtekt0, thc nbovo for sa:o ,n
ARC' Macliins Sewlncr OIL.
from your dealer.
Balrd Bros. & ccw'nJ,o.