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;5c Goods !
fc TBofore you lluy.
If ow1 old stock.
, No, 7 Court St
'If PERSCJMAL. J
Charles Hiblcr ialat home.
F- ! T.... !. k...iAiii f nlllnnllln
Mr, Mary Hiblorl of Paris, is wilh
W. F. Htble
Tandy Chenault, ojf Georgetown, is
fjililtiug relatives hen
Lindsay Columan Und family are
kero on a vlit from Qhkago.
Miss Virginia Chenault, of Georgo
town, will visit here Host week.
pRobort Collier and (wife on Friday
relit to visit his family in Millersburg.
Mnjor Terry, of K. M. L, is
lew days with Prof, Sam Green..
SJre. Ann StUrlen itj eGriounty sick
M hor daughter',, Mrs. 8. W. Galtakill
Paul M. lloovou, of Hamilton, Ohio,
it tho guet of tss Marguoritio
11 " G. "W. Kemper and daughter,
' Jyrillor.burg, spent Thursday In
Bherloy Wf'lon, of Fstrd, Ky., spent
mas with hi uuelo Dr. Shirley, ot
Mr. II. B. Cu'shmaB, of Flemings-
rsr. Is her daughter, Mrs,
i v 1
h, F. T abb.
p flqwell is iu Dotrolt
w .1. 5, m V'
? vMfjiwait'arHvion Monday
1: ir.,,t , r,,. WniMri
fs iww.imii' ---,
aext dar for Hel Green
Dk vf. B. Wallio, oj Brooksville,
Ust Ucek vIl(od. tbo B,ridt?e8 family
"d ather frleodslq tbo county.
Hhis MarYo Hedge, of Lexington,
Ky. mill aivo Thursday to visit her
frlcudi M Junie Turner.
Mr. lj.H. Mlnogufl and wKc, of
Oaill8J'Varo vUlting1 Mrs, Minoguo'"
paroniel, Mr. and Mr. Enoch Bruton.
Mr. Waggio Iiazelrigg has returned
from al visit to Missouri and is in
charge Af tto ccutral telephbuo office,
Cnudlo Paxton and family, Wm.
KHpatrick and family spon Christians
day, in'bwlngsvlllo, with ' the
i family olWm. 6aughort.
Rev, Hugh McGeo, formerly rector
of tiio Episcopal Church in ttiHcity
has had ,yellow ftvor in UaVanna,
Cuba, lie Is recovering. i "
MrrFostor Rogers is spnndirg tbo
holidays with his brothor, Harrj
0. Rugort), of .McCornilck Somin'ary,
Chicago, III. They both spoilt Christ-matt
day wilh their uncle and aflnt,
Mr. and Mrs. John Foitor, of tnat
0 4 '
eltv. The balance of his visit will b
devoted to taking in (he many place
tf internt there..
Roy Gibson, tho smiling boy of
old. is at home to spond the holidays,'
Ho is accompanied by
Mr. Greon Y. Donham, of Lindot
ICv., who,has been attending schon
in Lexjngton, was in tho citv SiiikIh'
10 see a frfond (?) en route Jo hi
homo to spend tho holidavp.
M. "W. Evans and wife, of Bethel
ipont Monday and Tuesday in tbt
city with Mrs. Evans' mother, Mrs.
Mollie Shunkland. They were ac
companii'tl homo by Miss Beulali
Sliunkluml,' who will remain until
M. T. MrE'downoy and wife, R'.
M. G. Buckner ahd wife colehratu
with tho family of M. M
Mr. and Mrs. Bunkncr will
remain hore until the ttait to Eiinle,
Texas, whoro Mr. Bugknor has accepted
the pattorato of tho Ciihtiai
Tho following from hero wero ii
mtondanco at Z zt" at Opora Ilnusi,
Lnxngton, Monday night. Ribt.
Walali and Roer Gmcwnod
Hiid wife, John King, Frank Hudson
Win. O'Conuoll, John Gatowooil,
Rbt. White, Harry Campbell. AN
phonso Liughliu, Harry Enoch, Dr.
Chae. Duerfeou'aud Luther Ogg. .
Tho following young ladies are at
homo for the holidays fioui thn school.
Misses Nannie and Lizzie Wyatt, Dorcas
Gibson, Mary Domigan, Marj
Smith, Mary Shrout, Beulah Shank-Und,
Emily Cunninghan aud
Juuio Turner trom Lexingtoi.;
Misses Marguiito Ttimble, Maitie
Tabb, Mg g ilrley, Mary D.
ttaY, CTrinno Kit kpatrlck, from Oxford,
Ohio; Pratt fledden and
Ann Liura Drake, from Georgetown.
xAl8Jtho following young gentlemen:
Messrs. Mat. Tyler and Geo.
Anderson, Jimm "Waynesboro, ;
I'rlmblo and Reid McKeo, Tom
Breck Richardson, from Lcxinsr.
ton, and John K. Arnold, from Rich
On Wednosdav, December 20, 1809
at his noma iu this city, Mr. Boyle
PalOott died in tho 77th year of hl
age. Tbo funoral servico was held at
St. Patrick's Churoh on Friday morn-lug.
Mrs. Jarqos Miller diod at hor home
in Paris, III., on Sunday morning. She
U tho ot Mrs. Bello
Turner Millor, formerly of this city.
Thewifoof Mr. Georgo Gavripon,
who diod last night, will bo hurried
Wednesday. 8ho was a momber ot
tho Methodist church and an humble
Fireworks Did It.
A few days ago the explosion of a
caused a 1 una way on
ilaysvllle sheet. Tho delivery wagon
of tho Grocery Co.
lost a whoe), aud tho wagon ot W. W.
Rjed & Co. was completely broken
aud their horse crippled.
Cougliod 25 Years.
I Buffered for 25 yoars with a cough,
0, id epeut hundreds of dollars with
doctors for medicine to no avail until
used Dr. Bell's Thle
tomedy makos weak lungs strong. It
his saved my llio. J. B. Rossell,
The p&voment on Eist Main between
Bassett & Pitman's corner and tho
Muthodist ohurch uoods attention at
Bith Circuit Court.
f. W. Hamilton eso. J.'JU.)
versus .. .. ZTplicc
L l. ! 171 f Tntt
ls Special Commissioner Jn' the
vo syled case, I will begin my sit-
U at the ffluo of J. M. Ell ott In
Sterling, Kv.dn tho OihlUay'oi
karv, 1000, to hear any premf that
jo offered on either BUteanu con
front day to day till completed.
Jonif D. Young,
twelfth of thevolunU
r ia the
Mi. Sterling AdcteT Tf
The Eminent Kidney .
and Bladder Specialist.
P&r is V r
Tbe Discoverer ot Swamp-Root at Work In
There fa a. disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so deceptive.
Many sudden deaths are caused by
It heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
or apoplexy are often tho result of kidney
disease, if kidney trouble Is allowed to advance
tha blood will attack
the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Then the richness of the blood the albumen
Ieak3 out and the sufferer has Brlght's
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new discovery
Is the true specific for kidney, bladder
and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands
of apparently hopeless cases, after ajl other
efforts have failed. At druggists in fifty-cent
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
by mall, also a book telling about Swamp-Root
and Its wonderful cures. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. and
mention this paper.
.Aaad. Havo Tour
We guarantee every
Pair of Glasses to Qt.
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Your scrap iron, live geese,
old hens, roosters, hides, furs.
tallow, beeswax, feathers anf
ginseng, for which I will pau
the highest cash price.
E. T. REIS.
Any porson desiring to order One
chickens, or thoir eggs, as advertised
forL A. Woodford & Co., will leave
heir ordors with up. Wo have prici
lot and will take pleasure In eecur
ng what you want.
To bay life policies lapsed and
any k)nd. Will pay cash. Call
on me at my office, Traders' DqpobI
fdav, December 26, 109
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KENTUCKY CtMRAL DI
Schedule In effect Jan. 28, I06
Soath.Bountt. No. 1. Nat Nt
Kxprcef. Fast Line Iai
,vo Cincinnati 8 Ham ? 55pm 05,
vo CoTtngton..8 19 a m 8 08pm t 11)
ve Falmouth.. g 48 a n 9 08pm 4 Ml
.re CyntUlana...lo 43 a ra 9 60pm 5 It
irr I'arls 11 is a m 10 15pm 147
rr Lexington. 1J 10 m 10 65pm d 37
ve Paris. ........ 11 JJ a m 10 26 pm 610,
irr Winchester 11 10 m 10 15 pm 6 66
ve Winchester II 35 jrni 10 66 pm 7 00
irr Kiclimond..... 1 so p m 11 48 pm r scp
ve Ulchmond...... Upm 11 43 pm
ve Uerca 1 so pm 11M uin
irr Livingston 3 St i m 1 00 um
.ve Livingston S 10 pm 1 '.5 am
ve londim.. ... 8 ti p in 2 17 am
irrCoibln 4 ittpm 2 66 um
.ve Coibln ....4 35 p m S loam
i.ve l!arliourville...5 20 p tn S 67 nm
Lve Tinevllle 0 00 p m 4 SO am
Lvo fillddleborough 8 40 p tn 5 06 am
IrrCumberl'n Oap.B 55 p m 6 26 am
Vrr llartognto . 7 00 p m 80 am
VrKnoxvillo.. ... S 00 am
fio. 2. No.)
North-Bound. Daily Dall
Ex. Sun. Ex. Si
Lve Cinomnat) .... 3 06 pi'
Lve Covington .. 8 H pr
Lve Lexington 7 00 a m 6 b
lVfl Paris... 7 a m 0 81 p r
Arr Mlllersburg...........8 OS a m 8 68 p.
ArrCarllslo.. 8 27 a m 7 17 to
Arr Johnson 8 11 a m 8 0) 11
Arr Alavavillo 0 to a m 8 40 pa
Nc. 0 No. J
South. Bound. Daily Dan
Ex. Sun. Ex. Bui
Ltd Maysvllle t 42 a m 1 45 re
Lve Johnson 6 20 a m mil
U 0 Carlisle 7 03 a m 8 08 pn
Lve Mlllersburg 7 22 a m 8 17 U
Arr Pans 7 46 a m 8 60 pa
Arr Lexington 8 85 a m 8 37 pt
Arr Covington .. 10 21am
Arr Cinoinnati.....lo 80 am
Y.VANDENBEIq C pi aTMOUK,
Traffic Manager, Gen'l PaBs. A
JACKtON fclinil, Ais't. Gtn'l J ang'r i r
Office. Chamber ol Unnmu 1 r t., Oust
Only direct lino between
CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT,
Shortest Vtnd quickest
Frankfort, Georgetown, and Paris
Carlisle, Maysville, Cynthiana,
Palmonth and Covington.
Trains Run by Central Standard Time.
Ask for tickets via Kontuokj
Midland Sohedule of trains.
IN EFFECT NOV 22. 1896.
TBAIN8 EAST. No.l. No. a No. 7
XM. P.M. P.M.
Lv Frankfort 8 65 4 00 1 Ot
Ar. Gcoigctown 7 45 4 50 111
Ar. Paris 8 SO 5 28 4 Ot
TRAINS WEST No.1. No. 4. No. 8
AM, TM. r.lt.
Lv Parts 0 55 I BO 4 St
Arcorginown...... 10 27 8 23 6 41
ArFrankloit 11.80 7 23 All
SUNPAT TBAINT WB8T.
Lv Georgetown, C. 8. Depot .... 10 8t
Lv CScoigctowD, K. M. Depot 10 41
Ar Frankfort . 11 8r
Lv Frankfort 4 00
Ar Gcoigctown, K. 51. Depot .... ....4 61
Ar Georgetown C. 8. Dopot ...4 Of
KEW LINE BETWEEN CINCINNATI
Toledo a Detroit
INAUGURATED MAY 24.
Lv, Cincinnati.. 9:00 a m 9:16pn
A.r. Toleds ,....3:25 pm 3:55pn
Ar. Detroit 5:45 Dm 6 :1c an
Through coachoe and parlor cars 01
Day Trains. Through coaches, Yag
nor slceding cars Cincinnati to Toledt
and Cincinnati to Dotroit on nigh'
Tho now sorvico between Cinoinna
ti, Toledo and Dotrolt is
As feood as our New York line.
As good as our Chicago line.
As good as our St. Louis line.
Buy your ticket through via "Bl(
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D, B. MARTINv
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High Grade Seeds,
-'Crown and Crystal Flout
' and the best
COAL on earth.
Anything a Farmer
has to sell.
I. F. TABB
22 South' Maysvillo Street,
MT. STERLING, KY.
5V. H. Strossmaivci Sor
"Want to iusuro j'our
Should you deBiro
Call on them and they will treat
GEORGE W. MOORE.
Contractor and guilder,
KetlmntcB Furnished Promptly.
300.000 BRIOK FOR SALE
MT. STEULIKG KV.
If s up to the People.
Less than a year remains in which
)o gather facts, and information that
will influence your vote for the next
president of the United States.
That grievous wrongs have been
committed, and grave errors allotvcd
to exist without effort at correction, is
evidenced by the speech, writings, and
comments of eminent statesmen and
jurists ; congressmen and leading men
of business; professors and clergymen
in every state.
k ' Party affiliations have been ignored
in the outcry against thrusting aside
the safeguards of our fathers ana rushing
into the affairs of Europe.
The situation is a deplorable one if
not alarming; as is alsp our domestic
afTairs dominated by gigantic Trusts.
The evils are not of spontaneous
growth I They are the result of years
of labor and expenditure of millions
of dollars! Beginning with the displacement
of American silver for
English gold, the cunning of England's
diplomacy in shaping the destiny
of our Republic is apparent to
any ordinary observer seeking the
true inwardness of events.
The Cincinnati Enquirer has frequently
called attention to each and
every move as it was transpiring, and
during the campaign of 1900 will
present its readers with a truthful
array of facts that will be extremely
interesting and startling.
No fair-minded American, be he
Republican, Democrat or of other
political faith, can afford at this critical
time to ignore the truth. Partisan
prejudice, with the Trusts as dictators,
is a far more degrading slavery than
that which existed previous to the Civil
War of '6 1-64.
Trusts in the United States alone
have a representative capital greater
than all the gold and silver in the
world. These will spend many more
millions of dollars to suppress truth
and facts and mislead all who fail to
look beyond their plausible deceptions.
Read the Enquirer and you
will be able to discern the truth and
combat falsehood. A victory for
Trusts and the McKinley Administration
in 1900 will end the era of
greatest good to greatest numocr.
tfiagIG FOUR ROUTE
Tickrts will ho sold good coin.' on nil trams
riiiOaroiJKlltiidto OCTOI1EU lUtli Incln
ve.HiHt bv cleHwIt with Joint Atcnt, 8. vr,
boi.tifth .UcnnoHnd Mnnuwi Sticct, Clncncr
;ot lutcr limn 12:00 nunnot llrgt day fnllowlnr
lam ol mti, an in.ilcatcd by ttninp of eclllng
Agent, mihI lolonvallalilu Chi-
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SDX.ii) TltAINSrun thiongh to Chicago
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Vir Chicago Eup.m 0; 1 -1 7:11 a.a.
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