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as are consistant
the Best
Swith Both the
goods and prices will
b e found exactly
right at KENNEDYS
Drug Store 5 Main street
Where will also be found a
full line of Paints Oils Var
nishes and Druggists Sun
dries Call and see them
NATIONAL MEET
Of the League of American Wheel
men Louisville
For tho occasion of tho National
Meet of tho League of American
Wheelmen which meets at Louisville
from August 10 to 15 1890 Southern
Railway will sell tickets to Louisville
to Louisville and return at rate 0110
faro for tho round trip Tickets will
be 6old August 8 to 9 good for return 1
passage until August 17
Call on any agent of tho Southoru
Hallway for information
Ton conts worth of Dr Daniels
Colic Cure will euro any case of colic
in auy horse Tiptons drug store tf
W U Nunnelloy sold last Thurs
day the residence lot on Ilolt strcot re
ccntly purchased of Thos Whitt for
125 to George W Baird for 500 Mr
Baird will at onco begin tho erection
of a moderu dwelling house
Strayed or Stolen
From B F Cockrclls farm about
10 days ago one yoke red oxen six
years old weight about 2700 pounds
with brass tips on horns and shod
Auy information leading to their
recovery will bo liberally rowarded by
W H Fletciiek
For Rent
Four uico rooms suitable for house
keeping Apply to Mrs W S
Itichart
Lightning Hot Drops
What a Funny Namol
Very True but It Kills All Pain
Sold Everywhere Every Day
Without Relief There Is No Pav
The Mersonville
Industrial
Schoo
Tho uoxt term of this
School will
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Open Monday Sept 7 1896
There aro accommodations for about
thirty students from a distauce
Those making earliest application will
of courso bo given tho proforonco
For full particulars address with
stamp
REV J B GItEENTv ADE
f0 3mo JeireiHonville Ky
The
Public
Ou February 1st I opened a
Real Estate Olllce and will appre
ciate any business that 3ou may
entrust to me
I will give particular attention
to tho salo and rental of City Pro
perty
I also have 25000 that I would
liko to loan on first mortgago at a
low rato of interest
Assuring you that any business
entrusted to me will have the most
careful attention I am
Yours very truly
- W C HOFFMAN
Ofllco with Hoffmans
Insurance Agency
Trailers Deposit Bank
Building
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PERSONAL MENTION
Miss Doo Stevens is visiting in
Sarpsburg
Mr John G Winn is in Denver
Colorado on business
Mrs H L Procter ic visiting rcte
tivos iu Winchester
Mr Wm Duckworth of Thompson
Ky spent Sunday in tho city
Miss CarolynNlleid is visiting Miss
Jano Wickols in Lexington
Mrp Sidnoy Clay of Bourbou was
tho guctit of Mi68 Ida Hamilton tho
past week
Mrs E II Patterson and children
of Knoxville Tonn aro visiting at J
D Harpers
MIbb Lillio Stephens is visiting
friends and attending tho Chautauqua
at Lexington
W M Gay and wifo returned Sun
day evening from a visit to friends iu
Millorsburg
Miss Estella Ogg is in Lexington
visiting friends and atttondiug tho
Chautauqua
Mrs PattioB Swooney of Sholby
county is visiting hor uioco Mrs John
C Thompson
Georgo C Smith loft yestorday on a
business trip through Virginia and
Eastorn Koutucky
Mrs W A Sutton and children aro
visiting hor mother Mrs Sallie Brat
ton in Clark county
Miss Maud QuiBonborry will leave
Thursday for auexteuded visit to rel
atives iii Clark county
Miss Nancy Stovenson of Clark
county is visiting Miss Betsy William
on Richmond Avenue
Mrs John G Winn and children
aro visiting her mother Mrs It II
Prowitt in Fayetto county
Mr Elma Berry of Sharpsburg
spent Sunday in v tho city with his
mother Mrs John P Games
Miss Margaret Stephens and MiBS
Minnie Duorsou loavo to day for Ver
sailles to visit Miss Crit Lane
Mrs James Monoguo and Miss
Julia Anderson of Carlisle aro visit
ing tho family of Enoch Brutou
Miss Kato Brouston of Lexington
who has been visiting Miss Sarah
Johnson roturnod homo yestorday
Mr William Watkins and wife of
St JosophMo aro tho guosts of Mr
Watkins sister Mrs GeoE Chick
Miss Mary Goodpastor of Owings
villo and Mi6s Alico Young of Louif
villo aro visiting Mrs C C Chouault
Mrs Nov Haggard of Winchester
who had boon visiting her mother
Mrp James Grigsby returned home
yesterday
Miss Bossio Woodford and Isabel
Simrall roturnod homo yesterday
after a two weeks visit to Miss Marga
ret Woodford
Miss Mary Domigan returned homo
yestorday after a two weeks sojourn
in Millorsburg tho guest of Miss
Blanch Luttou
Henry Roid who has boon con
nected with tho Richmond Register
compositorily for some time past is at
homo recuperating
Miss Olive Faul of Flomingsburg
who has boon visiting Miss Etizaboth
Roid for tho past ton days loft for
Owingsvillo Saturday
Guerrant Glover of Jackson Teun
formerly of this city is hero visiting
friouda and rolativos Doc says
there is no place liko Mt Sterling
Miss Floronco Arrasmith who has
boouho guost of tho Misses Land for
tho past three woolc will return to
hor home near Bothe to morrow
Dr L II Landman tho Occulist
and Optician of Cincinnati O will
boat Mrs John 01dhAnis boarding
house this city on Thursday July
9th
W Robt Duckworth who has boon
visiting his fathors family at Thomp
son Ky stopped ovor in this city Sun
day onrouto to his homo at Washing
ton D C
Misses Ella Srnathors and Lizzie
Hopkins of Bourbon ami Nicholas
countios respectively visited Miss
Lizzios grandfather W S Richart
sovoral dayfe tho past week
Mr G W Kompor loft yesterday
for Sturgeon Mo in answer to a call
to tho bodsido of his aged fathor
Vardeman Kompcr who is so very
III that his rocovory is considered very
doubtful
Roy A J Arrick and wife Miss
Mary Audorsou Dr F M Farrish
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Mt Sterling Advocate Tuesday July 7 1896
Constipation
Causes fully lialt tho sickness In tho world It
retains tlio digested food too long In tho bowels
and produces biliousness torpid liver
HnnHlft
gcstlon bad taste coated
tongue sick headache In
somnia etc Hoods Tills
euro constipation and all Its
Pills
results easily and thoroughly 25c All druggists
Prepared by O I Hood Co Lowell Mass
Tho only Pills to tako with Hoods Sarsaparilla
and wifo Mishes Pearl Bruton Nau
uio White Wyatt Lizzie Stoops Mrs
Dr J B Soratt Ellis Spratt J L
Boardman and others will loavo to
day for Washington to attend tho
International Christian Endeavor Con
vention which convenes ou tho 8th
instant
Mr John
Paris
Rico spent Sunday in
Mrp W R Nunnelloy and children
uiG rloiwiig in iuiiluiouuig
A few memhorsof tho Jolly Glee
club spout tho Fourth at Stopstone
Miss Boyd of Covington is
visiting Miss Fannio May Hamilton
MiBB Thr Grcodpnslnr of OwrhifR
villois visiting Miss Mary Gatowood
Miss Sadio billiard of Lawroncc
burg is visiting Miss Holen Mont
gomery
T G Denton aud wifo aro attend
iug tho Chahtauqua Assembly at Lox
ingtou
Messrs Cassius Armstrong and Lil
lisou of Paris attended tho hop hero
Friday night
Mr J D Hazelrigg who has
been quite sick is we arc glad to
say very much improved
Mrs R Q Drake has returned
from a months visit to tho family of
W A Wilson Model CityN Y
CORRESPONDENCE
Grassy Lick
Wm Ramsey and wifo were visit
ing tho family of R A Mason laBt
week
Mrs J H Mason and Mrs A W
Stofor wero visiting in Winchester
last week
W B Green Co shipped last
week a car load of cattle to Cincinnati
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aud mado good sales
Clayton Howell Cliff Bush and
John Peggs attended tho Cincinnati
tobacco markot last week and report
dull market
D G Howoll and J D Gay eold to
J C Turloy agent for Baltimoro par
ties a car load of cattle at i cts to bo
delivered in this month
JohnEmbry bought of CO Mob-
orly 40 head of fat cattlo at 4 cts
averaging 1470 Also of J McDaniol
and English Audorsou their cattlo at
4 cts to ho taken on orders
W B Green and compauy will
ship this week three car loads of hogs
to Cincinnati that cost 2c to 3c
Avorago about 200 pounds
Rev Dr J J Johnston recoived
into tho Grassy Lick Church by bap
tism and by letter on last Sunday 24
members who joined tho church at
thosorios of meotiugs hold by Rev
Chandler eomo weeks ago
Married on last Thursday oveniug
July 2 1890 at tho residence of Win
Peed his daughter Miss Emma to
Mr W D Johnson Rev Robert
Thompson officiating Thoy loft on
500 oclock train for Lexington
Thoir many friends wish them much
happiness
Dont Worry
About it Being
Hot
DENTON GUTHRIE
CO has those nice
Linen Suits you- lmve
heard so much about
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Tom Welch Makes Things Go
IltOM KUNUCKY IlKIDHLICAX
I was tp day tho second timo down
whore Mr T C Welch is making
Tho GJay Stouo Pike and I was
moro than pleased with Mr Welch
and his stono crusher When Mr
AVclch began work ou this pike tho
18th of May ho said he would com
plete the section ono milo aud twenty
rods in lougth in thirty days aud ho
tolls mo to day ho will make good his
promise Some part of his machine
broko which caused a suspension of
work for thirteen dayp yet ho will
closo out this scctiou tho present
week which will reduce tho timo to
less than twouty flvo days to com
plete tho job Tho pike ho is making
is superior to any I have ever seen
when finished Tho bao and sur
face are of the usual thickness twelve
aud eight Inches respectively and a
heavy coat of pulverized stono ovor
all which fills all crovico3 and forms a
cement as smooth and ap firm as if
covered with asphalt No indentures
or furrows will bo mado by vohicles
and no necessity for shying from
sinks and prominences by tho trav
eler Evory part of tho surface will
remain smooth until worn out by
friction It struck mo at onco that
tho stono crusher will bo certainly
adopted for repairing our pikes and
our Fiscal Court should acquaint itself
with tho great advantages of this ma-
chino for repairing pikes boforo lot
ling to contractors My opinion is
that to employ men who own stone
crushers to repair our pikes would
save many thousauds of dollars to tho
county per annum Upon my ask
ing Mr Welch how many miles ho
could keop in ropair ho replied I
could keop all tho pikes in your
county in ropair implying of
course that another crusher or two
perhaps thrco or four more would bo
required Of courso his work would
ho done by tho rod but at a cost
much below tho price paid to nap
pore But tho letting of tho pikes
for ropair will bo to tho lowest and
beet bidders of course
F W Houston
Tho pain hat 6omotinioa strikes a
man at tho most iuonportuno niomont
is duo to indigestion It may como in
tho midst of a dinner and mako tho
toast a mockery It is a reminder
that ho may not eat what ho chooses
nor whou ho chooses Ho is a slave
to tho weakness of his stomach A
mans health and strength depend
upon what ho gots out of his food
Ting depends on his digestion Re
move the obstruction by taking Dr
Pierces Pleasant Pollots Thoy aro a
posltivo cuio for constipation and its
attendant ills headaches sour stom
ach ilatulonco dizziness biliousness
heartburn Tho Pellets aro vory
geiitlo in thoir action They simply
assist nature Thoy givo no violont
wrench to tho systom Thoy causa no
pain nor griping
Sum 20 one cent stamps to covor
cost of mailing only and receive ireo
a copy of Dr Piorcos Medical Adviser-
Address Worlds Dispensary
Medical Associatiou Buffalo N Y
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Ours has that certain something about them that
you canrfully comprehend They look and fit different
from any other ready-to-wear clothes you wonder why
they look so much like tailor made garments that you
have been paying 20 and 25 for The reason is this
We buy only from the best manufacturers We look to
he style making trimming and even to the buttons be
fore they get into our house All these little things
M count in the looks of your clothes
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High grade Clothing at popular prices and your money back when you want it
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-STATEMENT OF THE OONDITION OF THE
EXCHGE 0K OF KENTUCKY
MT STERLING KY
0 SAT THE CLOSE pF BUSINESS JUNE 30 18963 fc
ItKtSOUUUES
Mnns and illscounts 180473 27
Ileal cstnto for debt 4000 00
Ifeal Kstato oillco li500 00
Fuinltiuo ntul flxtmcj too 00
Duo train ltnnka lrS27 45
Cash on hand 149 01
Ovcidiafts 20S 84
Total
LIABILITIES
Cnpital Stock
1iotltand Jy
Deposits
Due to ltank
Intel est
Stuping Fund
Fund to paj taM
Total
Total J10145
Notice
Wo will continue to haudlo all kinds
of coal aud rouh lumber at our placo
of business at foot of Sycamoro street
A coutinuanco of your trado solicited
Geo W Baiud Rocoiver
Indian Creek Coal Lumhor Co
Wanted
Five hundred barrols of white corn
for which wo will pay tho highost
inatket price for immediato delivery
Monakcu Milling Co
Xfeatlicltn nml Xcumlula cured bylr
MILES lAIN PILLS Ouo cent u dose
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1100000 0l
4821 07
112707 or
0707 70
118 S5
400 00
70 00
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r05S 67
ixHscnrnlnjw last six months 7014 10
Intetcst rojiininlnK December Hi lso 211 15
1rollt and loss on Deccinlicr 31 1SD5 812 70
Itccovercd from bad debts t 105 82
ltcturnedon ta paid Montgomery County 1000 05 11112 82
IM8TOSFD OP AS IOIIOWS
ipense account 2519 40
Dividend percent 3000 00
Intcicst rcmnlniiiK lis 5
Undivided IioIUh lemaitilng 42t 07
Surplus Fund 400 00
Hind to pay taxes 750 00 llfiI2 2
H R FRENCH CASHIER
pomr FOunTM semi annual statemsst op thb
rrr STERLING rTIOiL 0K
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE SO 1896
RESOURCES
Icuns and discounts f 149407 10
Omdiafts 1040 01
US Bonds 25000 00
Other Bonds and Stocks 10425 00
Itcal Kstate Fuinituie As FKtuies 7000 00
5 lor cent Redemption Fund 1121 00
Due from Banks 31751 50
Cash uyU 91
Total
S5IVSI1S 55
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock 50000 00
Surplus Fund 13000 00
Ciieulatlon 2230 00
Duo to Banks
Fuml to pay taxes 1551 0
Ceitilled Checks 45 50
Individual Deposits KSkSfla SJ
Undivided 1uiilu 1 toil 11
Total
Uro Earnings Bast SI v Months
Undivided IioiltsiemalninK Due 81 1M5
17231 07
2014 1
t25k5H 65
Disponed of as follows
Kxpenc Account 2072 74
Fund to pay taxes niucs
Four 1ei Cent Dividend 2000 00
Undivided IloIlLsBeinalniir 5409 11 10145 43
PIE3CE CoslaJor
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK
At close of business June 30 1896
ASSETS
Loans and Discounts
uidiafts
DuukhK Mourn aud ilMurcs
Other leal estate
Sjocks
Due from banks
Cnsh cuiuiicy speciu and
25Ss l 2il
S12 hO
S000 00
4S5ll IIS
150 00
35tto8 1H1
otnor
cash itcmsj 10020
LIABILITIES
Capital stock liflS00 00
UndlUdod profits 1172102
Deposits 110253 02
Duubanks 12Si 47
Mills redUcountcd 24433 SO
Bills payable 13000 00
375215 41 1 17515 41
Cross EurniiiKS f 14210 17
Expenses paid 2S 55
Net 1172 02
Xct earnings applied ns follows
Tlueo per cent dividend payable on demand leuiuindor applied
to Mispcndcd debt
W AV THOMPSON CASUIBlt
Subscrilied and sworn to before mo this July a 189H
It ti ICkhn Notary Public
Commission expires lanuaiy 8 18IW
Notice
All porsons having claims against
tho estato of John It Blount deceased
aro notified to fllo same proporly pro
yon according to law with tho under
signed executors or thoir attornoy A
A Hazelrigg
IIenbv II Kmos
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Jno R Blount rf
Tlio Bath Comity Fair Association
will 6cll thoir privileges on tho after
noon of tho 2nd Saturday in July in
Sharpsburg to tho highest bidder
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