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Then probably the kidney.
Mm J OhottT 1
Then probably the lungs.
'i Mm tho Join 17
v Then probably rhegmatiam.
v No nattier where It is, nor what
, kind ; you need have it no loager.
. It may be an hour a day, or a
isp 7x old; it must yield to
IaoiwdhUIy after applykg it yea
fool its sootkisz, yrarain j, g
U quiota coBgMfion; drawa'sat
It is a new plasf ere-
A new eomllnatioa of sw
remedies, "'ado after now
mcthtxK Entirely anlike any
Tho Triumph of Itodera Medial
, The Perfected Product of yean, d.
Placed (or the chest It Is a
powerful aid to AycPa Chorry
in tho treatment of ull threat
sad long affection.
Placed ovjc tC9 Btoaiacb, it stops
satuea and Tofctithtjr; over the
bowels, it ccrtroL cumpa and colic
Placed ov" he ;n.all of the back,
It remotes r. I corjjestion from the
kidneys ami gratij fctimjtaa
For sale ilr Drsgefets.
J. C. Ayer . v., Lowell, Mass,
'' Christmas Greeting.
"B. W. Trimble and wlfo reCelvrd
the following Christmas greeting
from D. li. Garrison, of Olympls,
KotfrngTflntdaj?ot alt the roar thy coming
Btirs tbo bcart as with angel breath.
And memnrlea sad nnddwccCclldusoft andlow,
Tbroueh tliralT petioled cliambom of the past
.Or, inspired asew with chlldhiod' fleeting Joytf
'To lighter mowuio dance in rhythm to youth,
,tuiu uupr aauioTU
Thy coifaing, twice to me tho quarter centnry
And voicp long1 since hushed, and still unheard,
Sate lr the bruited and wounded heart, attuned
To catch ditlncr strains bring back asaln i
Jtometuagoold. JiendloTr thine ear,
(or thus It runs.
'Mourn not o'er shattered hnpes, or Idols lost,
But In the present and some nlrasing now.
a'he .bora uoa or tiring ana or neaa,
And spinas new Ufa, asnovrllfeevcrh
From out the graves, the mould, the dust, o( the
Then to tho Christ all hall I all hall! and in
Ills nnmo go forth. Bid peace abide on earth.
uo unainenisneaijoy, wncro jo is xouna,
la dolncrsrooa to all mankind. Tbonoor.
Kare nee i,tbe rich as mucb,the small and great
Do good to all.
To Hin Credit.
Judge Ed C Orear was onco one of
our poorest boys, but by energy,
umy and wisdom bo Is now In easy
(Clrcu'mst slices and is ever roadv to
tho wants of tho less fortunate-There
aro not & few who aro needy
that receive from his bountiful
store on Christmas day.
Tka Eagle King of All Birds.
.Ia noted for its keou eight, clear and
; dcBtluct visions. So are those persons
t 'who uso Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salvo
ior weak eyes styes, sore eyes of any
Jcind or granulated lids. Sold by 'all
dealers at 25 conts.
r ho Sterling Dancing CluD entertains
at the Masonic Tomple to-night.
Among tho visitors are: Miss Mai
Wells, of Georgetown, will bo with
Miss Minnie Duerson ; Miss Fant, of
Floniingsburg, with Mrs, Thos.
; Miss Stoll, of Lexington, with
,Misa Carolyn Iluid.
Freight rates cast and woatof Chicago
ylll be advanced January 1 on
nearly all classes of good ,tbo increase
in many classes' amounting to CO por
The London Times declares that
neither tho Crimean war nor tho In-'
dU .mutiny gave greater danger to
tau British empire thin that with
wlflah it Is now monaocd.
CougresaiUji Gilbert, from tho
Ettfhth DIstK a bill to
'Ar.escnt to ConVdfts asking for tho es
tablishment of a National parkin t,ho
battledold at Porryvllle.
Tho's. Whitt la moving to the Epla-
uopal parsonage Tho resideuce, cor
ner Hlgb and' Sycamore, vacated by
litaijis for rent. Apply to,u. w.
KaiAbte, this offloe.t . .
A- A i
MV. S. F B Mnrnyif Houton, Tx
Attttut Qntifirkl Maunder of lit
Southern PsclMj rmlroad, will on Jn
uary 1, be hurtled to Mlm Lou E l
Ikeno". of .Feinbai.k, Onlo Th
ifr'"n u a brother of Mr. W, 0. Che
na li. this county, who will attain1
M.-H. 1. iiw t.VUrroe Evanrt for
iti.y ' tlii1) clti, wo on Di'ccmlior 8,
married to MtvPYnl L tor, of Mllldal ,
lv. 'They will locate at Portsmouth.
On "Wednesday, December 27, at th
bride's home near SilOiu church, Mi,
vVttl. E. Garrett, of Fdmorp, Iud., ti
tflss liortle, f he daughter of Wea'n.
PulJlip?. The bride has been a teacher
1b this county, lier many frlcnde wll
regret to lose her. The groom was
f'i'tuerlyof iiiin county but wont u
Indiana two years ago.
Latest by cable from tho Un'tielci
philipines. Tho coming campalu for
prcsideutual election U looming tip
lively. Thore is all kinU of political
Bulldozing clubs organizing thru oui
the pbilliptnes. if will bo tho hotest
Ciinphaln in tho history of the phllli'
plucs, tho place for holding tho national
baud of cut-throats has not bin do-,
sided ou yet, emittivllle hen made a
fair offer to get tho machleu but it will
bo left to the magority of the boodle
handlers, thero ia only two political
p,ar,tysih thu. phllllpine. whenever
you fiee a low dleapolnlcd flint lock
pye hunters a bucking and growling a
bout his party not caring thing out
j as tha think It ought to be due
jest get his pedagree and run It back
and you will And him to be the off
spring of a mud man and a bad quality
of mud at that I consider my sell
a true blue ribbon man and will all-ways
be found at work for tho regulai
uomauee of my party when there Is a
light of tho kind on band, it takes dufl
to draw meo from my party you bui.
never practice a fraud in my lifo aud
never expect to union thero is aumthing
in it for mo I dout blame o fellow foi
taking a general mix upouce and
while it there U any boodle in it foi
him, but shifting a bout from one sloe
of tho road to tho other for nothing I
alnt in it. I will investigate tho coming
camphain very cloatly this summer
aud if times gets prdty hot and
exsitcablo I will take the tump and
make'barriela of stuff, it will depeud
ou the party who will py the most for
my combustibility in tho camphain. I
a gragicated doblo shuffler from a way
hack Built on tho peaviuo stile chow
long green ind pedlo olde iron,
A fund Is being raised for the family
of tbo great American hero who
give his life in obedionco to his
try's call. Thirty thousands has beon
raised and tho mark to bo reacbod by
January 2nd IsfCO.OOO.
They are only bubbles, those maiden
Crncieu of love, marriage and
But what beautitul bubbles they
arc I Who docs not wish that all these
fancies could end as did the old fuiry
stories, "uad they lived happy ever
atier. ram 0" pricii3
the bubbles, and nothing
remains of all th hope
feral and gladness of the bride
but a bridal veil and a
piece of stale wedding
The only way ia whtclt happiness can
he realized in marriage is by being forearmed
against its dangers. Most young
women are ignorant of, the fact that
means a deranaement of the worn-
-.-.'-: !.... 1
nmy luucuoua wuicu uuy
have far reaching consequences
with this derangement at
the start there often follow
the drains, ulcerations W
Which make life one long misery.
A certain cure for irregularity and
other diseases pjcullur to women is found
in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
It contains no alcohol neither opium,
cocaine nor other narcotic.
"I was bo vreafc X did not
have breath to walk across my
room," writes Mia Itibcll
Miller, of New Providence,
Calloway Co., Ky. "My periods
occurred too often nnd
the hemorrhage would be prolonged
IP and the loss of blood
very excessive. I also had.
spell which tne doctor sola
were fatnttn fits. Mv stomach would cramp
until r could not stralffhten, I did not cam
strength from one- monthly period to another;
was very weak and nervous all the time. The
doctor fold me he did not know W"5' was the
cause of my trouble and that X would never be
any better. I lived In this way from sixteen
year eld to twenty-three, when the doctor
musea my case, Auer inu i wn
advised by a kind friend to try Dr-
rieree.' Favorite Prescription,
which I did and before I had taken rim..
two bottles of it I could work all dav.
I took in all six bottles of the rCj'
Prescription ' and, about Bye
vials of Dr Pierce's relletiV. I used
no outer meaicme. i nave never i
had a return of this trouble slnee.'' - I
Dr. 'Pierce's Pleasant Pellets clear the
rcianloxion aad eweetou tne bream.
S REMARKABLE INSTXNC'
Ucjr ' a Ship's Pet Tttt Was Uft
Am instance of remarkable ragncity
displayed by a cat, in connection with
the oil-tank steamer Bayonne, loaded
at Port Breeze, is just now the prevailing
topic of conversation among officials
of the custom-house and the
of the Atlantic ReGning com
paiiy. It is a true story and ii vouched
for by the crew of the Bayonne, the'
boarding officers and all others having
to do with the yessel.
When the Bayonne came to Philadelphia
about seven weeks ago she hud
u pet, au ordinary black-and-white
pussy, whose mrtnpiace was iar on
boyond tho Italian Alps. The cat was
a present (o Capt. Yon IIugound bad
accompanied him on several voyages.
It is, moroovor, no ordinary tabby, as
it Is the proud possessor of a pedigree
and an appearance equally remarkable.
Italy is not blessed with many
cats in. fact, they aro almost a rarity.
Therefore, to the great cat show
held last year at Florence there were
vast crowds attracted. The mascot
of tho Bayonne was present and carried
qII a big gold medal, which Capt.
Von Hugo personally exhibits to visitors
a tribute to the finest
TOien of feline aristocracy represented
at tbo exhibition.
While the big oil tanker was loading
her cargo at Port Breeze on the
visit mentioned, tpfthe horror of the
captain and the consternation of the
steward, who wuu charged with its
keeping, the animal disappeared the
day ufier presenting to the ship four
beautiful kittens. Well organized
parties searched the tanker from stem
to stern and thoroughly explored the
streets and wharves around tho oil
works, but all to no avail. Pussy was
gone, and with much regret Capt. Von
Hugo was obliged to make sail without
his old companion.
Two days after the Bayonne left
the prodigairoturned. Running down
on the wharf it cast anxious glances
at the big "bark Sternbeck, which now
occupied the pier formerly held by
the Bayonne. Visiting ia succession
every ship in the vicinity the instinct
of thn rni lomaae itn DOaraing nmrrtf4 any
them, and finally giving up in despair
it cast its lot in the -watch-box of
Watchman Manly, seemingly reconciled
to the fact that it must await
tho appearance of the absent oil ahip.
During' tho six weeks in -which the
Bayonne was on her voyage to Sa
Tonia, Italy, 20 other steamers camo
in, and each was carefully inspected
in turn by the abandoned tabby.
Strange to say, a survey from'a' distance
seemed to satisfy the cat. It was
obvious that its former home was not
At last the Bayonne returned, and
then was manifest an unparalleled exhibition
of animal instinct. When
tho oil ship was still far down the
stream pussy took her position in the
end of tho wharf, showing by a thou
sand antics that the oncoming craft
was the one so anxiously awaited for
so many weeks. Unnecessary to say,
perhaps, that the recognition was mutual,
from Capt. Von Hugo on the
bridge to the big black dog barking
on the poop deck, and there was no
need to decry the absence of an en
thusiastic welcome. To cap the climax,
when the Baynne was yet 12
feet from the pier the caf s impatience
reached the limit. With one
flying leap it cleared the intervening
space, and to the surprise of the cheering
crew ran directly to the place
where her kittens were formerly domiciled.
The latter were still on board,
and in a few moments the happy family
were again united.
Capt. Von Hugo will now have a
picture painted of his celebrated pet,
which will ornament his private cabin,
and on his return home will have
the strangest of tales to relate to his
family and friends concerning the
phenomenal instinct of pussy, which
has already become well knownatthe
some port. Philadelphia Times
Where Few Letters Are Hailed.
The number of stamps used for
postage in some countries seems ridiculously
small. In Tonga, for instance,
only $730 worth of stamps
were actually used for postage in 1897,
while the total sales of postage stamps
amounted to $2,950. This merely
r'shows that stamp collectors paidmore
than $3,200 for the stamps of that little
group of islands alone. At Samoa
tho differenco is greater yet; there tho
Btamp collectors buy five times moro
stamps than tho entiro writing population.
At Apia the postal clerks
keep ready packets of current stamps
containing various denominations,
and 'wjlj $ell you 50 cents' forth
or a biggor package for $1.50 for tho
asking, These stamps may bo had
unused, ot,canceled with any date the'
l wwhaser ,d 1 wires if i a jittie tip is jive.
, The Van Dyke & Eaton Co,
VVoarp.no louder i p n in t
wutforiho ri'H'ii'i why ib Vi
Df,JSn & Kdlpu Couijgy t ))(!(
fUuii . pronouicuU J.it i(
ban and li W livjiOmr t'jnl
it iu huu uh orjiiurv' nn Miiki
in (mm iir VVutt
MMiiiVyhipiiii', vi Jr. si U o that
a " pjlMM In Mu aiprjln this
i.iv"'yfi v ty wU. Dm
ti Vn Oii ,to Kjum loin rttif
Which began h .'nji:i tuuut at
tho 1 porT 1 lib.i.f 1 tt i I4 ', H lur
HU crlor nj' n.i 4BL iiiiilar organ zilton
ma 1 11 - if't5i' d hen thai ! 1 ci.
tlticu in Iff id'jtt iu ui . all iu
own. 1 1.- ! no, ni aucu U5i niwiii
was ho much jabovo thn uvt'ixiio thai
it went far toward the runiiVul of a
growing prtjiiuicu amu.ig ,Mt. bluri.
lug thoatie goer agaliut wovk huihI
CoMlpUUiilr. Allri lull
ulgtiiV rjurlonii.tiio , tnie iv. um
comment by thouo In attendance: The
Van Dyke Eijin l'iiiiimii 1 tho het
organization of tho klud that has visited
our city lor eai. 'lWouuipany
uMuujlaiicd Hull a (avorlto betoro the
pl, v lialfover. Tiiere 1 iioiiuiip
CDi'dji abytii ii piicos and
thoy are as popular as tho company
becomes wherever it goei.
..... lllllnllial .,,..,, VitaSCOpe
pictures, illustrated songand dances
alo.tii worth mom than tin; price ol
Which 10, 20 and
80 cents. ' ,
Wnliiesda) "Across lli.i Trjtl."
Thursday A Tallow Caml 1 ."
datuida -'An Eiieiuy to the
BLOOD CURE SENT FREE.
aoum for blood and skin disbasbs.
ZQMA. PIMPLBO. 80ROFULA. BLOOD POISON,
If vnu hfivn trtnd anlinnnrillna tinfnnt mnHI.
oiues, and and still havo old, persist.
entBorcs, pimples, distressing eruptions of the
.kin. nn mi ul sores on hut da, aims or legs, Itch-
ing sensation, urllut ng ;hiu troubles, eczema,
tetofula, ulcers, coutagliius blood poison, fever
sines, mercui lul i heuuiatlsm, cutai i h, boilf. f uce
covered with little sores, cantor or auy blood
taint, then give li. II. U, a trial, U. 11
U. liotanlc Blood Unlm Is nudo for just such
CHses,nnd It cures to stay cured, those stubborn
blood diseases that other milder medicines fail
"ven to benellt. All above named troubles are
evidence of bad, diseased blood in the body, nnd
u. ij. a. uuiuaucuauBoitiurccHuuino poison or
- iaiSurU7or b,ood humors outof the body, bones
and entire system. To remove all doubt ot lis
power io cuic, we oner to sena to any sufferer a
sample bottle of 11. 11. B. absolutely f ice, B. B.
from all blood impurities.
OANCBR. BLKIDINQ. BATINQ SORBS.
Cancerof nose, lip. face, ear or neck, external
or Internal cancer, bleeding, eating sores, are all
cured by B. B, It., the most powci lul blood pm 1-der
uiuuv. All uiugKists sell B. 11. B. at II
per large bottle. Write for trial bottle
an l n sample bottle or B. B. II.
w II bo tent by return mall. Address, BLOOD
U v I JI CO., to Mitchell Street, Atlanta, Qa
Di'sciiLo your syn.ptoms and free personal
UJUU1IW1 UUYJCQ Will Klven.
LAND, STOCK AND CROP.
N. B. Younglast weak sold to Henry
Williams and E'mer Herrin, of Buff-lo,
III., bis Jack for $225.
Mr. Williams li a brother of J. E.
Williams of Flat Creek.
9 the forerunner to consumption
Dr. Bell's will cure
Ir, and givi mucIi strength to tho lungs
that a coujJh or a cold will not aettle
there. cents at all good
The Board of
mot Saturday at Frankfort and
ctnvassed tho returns in tho recent
Seventh District Congressional race.
Tho Hon. Juno W. Gaylo's majority
J. B. Clark, Peoria, III., aaya, "Surgeon
wanted to operate on mo for piles,
but Icuredthem with Do Witt's Witch
Hurol Salve." It Is infallible for
piles and ekln diseases. Beware of
counter f'eite. t
For sale by F. C. Dukkson, Druggist.
Blackksmithing1, Repairing and
My shop Is at tho corner of Locust
and Sycamoro Mrect?. Am woll equipped
for all kinds of woik. Satisfaction
guaranteed, or mpnoy refunded.
A. T. Ciionon.
Steel Plant To Bo Operated.
Tho big Bteol'plaut built at
In boom ttmoa la now buw.g
mado ready for actlvo work, and will
glvo employment to scyoral hundred
men. It is ouo of the largest in the
To Caro a Cold in Ono Da?
Tako laxative Bromo Quinine
All druggists rofuud money if It
fails to cure, 25c. E. W. Grovo's
aturenon each box. 16tf
Insuranco that iuauros, wrltton by
T. F. Bogorsin a competent manner.
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ly, December 26, J&99 HSHffis&ffig
' Trade Marks
Anrone lending a sketch and description m7
quickly mcorutn oar opinion free whether an
Invention Is probnbly patentable. Communion-
Horn strictly coniieeiituU. Handbook on I'atenU
cm iree. uincsi atroncr for securtntrpatents.
I'ntonts. taken through Jlunn &. Co. recftlrt
iptetalnotUe, without coarse, In the
A handsomely Illustrated wceltlf. fircost elf.
dilation of any sclenUflo Journal. Terms, f 3 a
roar: four months, 1T gold by all ncwirtenlorn.
Branch Offlco, (25 V BU Washloeton, D. C.
Telephone 1IW. Kalablisbcd !(
J- Lykiis & Co.,
N. LONQFBLLOW. PROP-R.
Commission IVi erchants
Butter, Eggs, Flour, Grain, nnd
all kinds of Country Produce
120 EaBt Front Street,
Near Main, -- CINCINNATI, 0.
Shippers can depend upon prompt sales and
Befrs to National Lafayette Bank and mer.
cornmlitslon. cacks furnished to rcsponslbir
'"'''"" """ ""inna mmfltliii" i"-1"
Is the only first-class Hotel in the I
city making a
$2.00 Per Day Rate.
Good service, accommodations, and
table fare. Everything neat and
clean. The best location In the city.
Close to all churches, theatres, and
wholesale and retail shopping dis
PIKE CAMPBELL, Manager.
muiti)nmfw wmu MiiiiiiMiBMiiiaoiiiiiMiiiiiiiniiiii bwb
Juoqk Jonti jv. ccorzB presiding Third Monday
in January and the Second Monday in April
July and October.
MOMTOOMXBT QOABTXBLT COUBT,
Jonoi A. A. IIazelbiuo presiding, Tneoday after
Third Uouday in January, Aprll,July and
Third Monday ot each month.
UT, STBBLIHO CITT BBAMCU
Jpdok Bx R. Tobkib, presiding, Ilrst
In each month.
C.C.T TOMER. x. A. UX ZLBI60.
rpUKNKB A HAZELQIOO,
-1- ATTOKUKVB AT LAW,
Mr. 8TXBLIHB, KlMTCCKT
Will practice in all the Courts ot the Commonwealth.
TT B. PltSWITT,
Attobhkt at Law,
MT. 8TXBL1KO, KXMTCCXT
Offloe Court St, opposite Court House, BamneU
Bnildlnic, front room np stain.
T M. OLIVKB,
J' Attorney-at Law and Surveyor,
AUcoUeetlonsand real estate transaction a
anything concerning the same prompUy at
tended to. and abstracts of titles siren whn
desired. Office, second floor. Traders Denoslt
Bank building llavsvllle steet
M.S.Tyler. wl Apperso,
TYLEB A Al'PJCBSON,
Office First floor, Building
Mayavllle Street, v
W1L FLETCHER, Auctioneer.
This and adjoining counties. Fifteen years
Fostofflce, Mt Sterling, Ky.
I a. WINN,
a ArroBMTS at Law,
Office: 11 Court St Mt Sterling-, Ky
DR.W C.NK3BITT, Dentist
Mt. Sterling, Ky,
Offloe on Main street, up stain, opposite Dr. B
Q. Drake's office.
DB. IIOWABD VAN ANTWERP,
Mt Sterling, Ky.
Offloe In Fostoffico Block; upstairs
Attorney At Law,
Court Street, with John a. Winn.
DB. D. L. FROCTOB, Dentist,
Mt. Storting, Ky,
Offloe over Mt Btcrlinn National Bank.
FiNLhir E. FOUU,
West Liberty, Kentucky
Established 18J0. CAPITAL $30,000.00
Exchange Bank of Ky.
Dr. J, A. SuittLKT, President.
J no. S. Frizkb, Cashier.
Health (or ton cents. Cuqcarot
mako tho bowels and kidneys act
naturally, destroy microbes, cure
headache, biliousness and
' All druggists'. 40-1-yr
LOAN F wusm&
$500 to $n
made for the
St. oiiis Coosoiidal
GEO. T. JARVIS, :
Shortest Route an j
f aifj kW
nas at all times BU5
ways and walks.
None but w
Work done on short nol
Uave on hand IIUlLDIKf
All orders left at my bH
MIT('IIRr.l.a . iiimr'unl
---.. w ,mm a nmj
1 have made special
ments to do all kinds
finnvintf Ri Urging
wiyjmM. Old Pi
and in all
pying done at home
prices than charged!
agents ior same gra
C. H. BRY,
uronzo Turkeys, Po
Eggs nnd stock of the above ti
Cosh with orders. i
Address FINE GBi
m HI IsH from B r dcaia
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