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1 Mr STERLING ADVOCATE Tuesday May 29 rpbo t
r HEADAHf I I
1Pain ofi fJ i I
Pain back of your
pressure
eyes Heavy pressure
In your head And are R
J you sometimes faint and f
tongueF
F J coated Bad taste in
L your mouth And does
rj your food distress you T
a Are you nervous and ir
ritable Do you often t
T have the blues And V
E are you troubled about j
j sleepingt j
sleepingThen t
t Then year Hvor te
Isleeping I VtDlfUJ J
j But ther is a cure
Tis the old reliable j
They act directly on
the liver They cure
consti pation biliousness
sick headache nausea
and dyspepsia Take a
laxative dose each night
For 60 years years they
have been the Standard
Family Pills
It Price 25 ctaU All Drnalitj +
a I bare taken Ajers Pills regn
larly for six months They hive
cured me of a severe headache and
I can now walk from two to four
miles without getting tired or out
of breath something I have not
notbeen
SE WALWOBK
WLWOKJuly Mass
Vfrllo tho Doctor
If yon have any complaint whatever
and desire tile bert medical ulrtrr you
cnn nouiblT twelve write the doctor
oioptrfrff01r
rerrfre a prompt re
eaply
Da J C A YAK Lowell Max
Important to Farmers
Mr Willis G Johnson Maryland
State Kiitoiimlijgiit hu Issued a spec
lal Girt uUr nf iiutruclions for the tie
6truciioi of t noxious inpct For theI
tobai ill worm Mr John ou advis
es 1 ii i eking i ot a timh composed of
f i iUmi oi bran two quarts of mo
mea
ia dud one poiiiul 01 jaris greer
TJ w IUH 1 tike iii i sweet tub tancr >
anl leat i it in preference to the
pUit A litle u L i iiiixMire put at
eac t lacco hill a f < w da s he + ore tlo
phaft set 1 cut will draw the
worui out of the ground and kill
tbii J11J h vi Ill Weed
1
owl l amwears p
the healthy oM man wear ls I
gray ltaire lie a litter crown What
if tie be threescore and ten if there isI
atilt re in big ee firmness it hisl I
step command in lie 1 voice and wis
dom u his counsel lie command
loft And reverend Yet how towe
weir the mantel of age with dIKnitI
Dim eyed querulous > it speech halt t
ing in step childUh in mind they I
lag buptrfluoua oa hn tqc drag I l
ging out the fag eud of hie iu a lim
Vlotxisteuee The secret of a healthy
old age is a healthy middle age The
man who takes care cf his stomach
who kreps his body properly nourii t
rd will find that tht body dues not 1
fail him H 1 oll sge The threat value 1
of Dr Pierces Golden Medical J liS t
COver lies Iu the preservation of the j
EgftMftiklog power of the stomach and I I
Ojlhec organs ol I digestion and trot ri t I 1
Ion From this ceiitur is i iliatribtit > 1
lribtJtoll
elLrt rfj9iipnviihmeru the whole boi f
the Halt for the blood the lime 1 > r i t
v AtbjhoneiphoiphaUis lor the brain i
and ircm g Abound tt mach menu t
r
a OVUl ulan A melt wH keeps hi 1
stomach MotJlli1 by tin uc of Goltlen
1 I Medlaal Duoovery will wear th > I
HiTflrPTOU of gray hairs l s9 b llflt < a snort <
thdlHi4Iuidpaee
tlarclb t J
moQov Bockhams Present t plans
VHI Gftv Bepkbaiu will not HY reWii
oU hie flffiWJ at the Cap i sl l J Intel fEia
while but will l also r esp tnafpi hill
re ldenca till Jill personal affalrj are
Qfilb etttitngtaltlktoeitf Idh 1J up his
d t1 panic fit HIQ MIII > iPP n I ismokhor
I ii I Mrwiluria WioklUf9 > Bikhai > nSvlo t
ai i U1jUSofthomortboautifal antI ch W I
It urcd womonfn this State Will bi tho
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bod f1f19n T leir 11 aePort I rt
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SamMoWalUlc l n pncs t are lily if
JtW tho hardest flgbting of InY1CJ
btu rsr IlIt 3 < tJ r lliln rlr 1 teUU i f a n kltllHCat > nni
GI to nJMwmi I
hemq1OnlytI1 LoiA I lll rl1iwer o
lIbfJlJ akdI llraor Gilmore Iltb 1000
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I THE NEWSPAPER MAN I
A Vivid Description of His life and
Calling
In every city of the laud Ito iiuws
paper man is an outcast says Gerald
Stanley Lee in the Atlantic He
knows more people to be a stranger to
than any other being in the world
He has no holidays His Christmas
is the record of other mens joys His
Thanksgiving is a restaurant Even
the Fourth of July and Sunday serv
ants of the commonest mnn refuse
him their cheer The Fourth of July
is the day he must bq m cyery place
at once because something happen
ing and Sunday is the day he must
make things up because nothing is
happening His labors are our pleas
ures He gets his vacation by doing
another mans work and earns his
living by watching other people live
The very days and tho nights turn
their natural backs upon him The
lamp is his sun by night and the cur
tain is his night by day and he eats
his supper in the morning His busi
ness is the reflection of lifo Ho is
the spirit behind the mirror What
is left to us is right to him and right
is left sometimes right side up is
upside down The world is all awry
to the newspaper man It whirls
across the hours in columns now in
one edition and now in another but
it heeds him never in return He is a I
spectator The show passes before
his facea shutout unsharing face
ITe lives as the years go on a note
book under the stars and when the
notebook is scribbled out he dies
I 5 Men who might be immor
tal morning after morning week aft
er week year after year fighting to be
allowed to live in the current of a
day reaching in vain for something
that lasts longer than a day to hold to
only to go under like the re ta few
bubblesa twoinch obituary at the
bottom of a column by the man who i
is going under next and the story is
told The man who can furnish quan I
tity and quality at once who can
thrive on the impossible who canI I
swim in the whirlpool instead of Being
carried with it is a man who sums up
in himself not only tho definition ofr
what the problem is in literature to
day but the answer to the problem
A NEEDED DEVICE
Paper Pod Automatically to the Printing i t
Press
For some time past inventors have I t
been looking for a derice by which pa r I
per may be fed automatically to the
printing presi M Rymtowtt lives I
of Geneva has after six years ofJ
work perfected a device which ac 1
uouipiisLcs this operation in a sails r >
factory manner and has lately ap
plied it with success to several large
presses in that city This automatic
feeder may be applied to all kinds of
printing presses as well as to letter
and folding machines It is very sim i
ple in construction and the changes It
nee = sary to accommodate the differ
ent izi may be easily and quickly
made The device onsistsof two dis
tinct parts the feeder proper and the J
distributer the feeder has two mova
Lie arms carrying jaws at the ends
which take up the sheet of paper on i i
the upper table and bring it to tho
level of the inclined table blow
where the arms of the press carry it
to the form The feeder includes also
the oclianism operating the aires
Luut for the suckers which take up r
the first sheet and place it in the jaws I
The secoLfl and most important part
of tIc apparatus is i that called the du
triliuiiT tins J placed on the rear
d tlr upper tulile containing the pilo i
nf paper 11 < its office is to separate
the fir < t kid tmni the pile and present
the suckers > froro drawing oft niorei
than one leaf at u 4 time no raster at
what npetd the machine operates I
tTpon th fiuwesi of this device dei
pends the working of the whole jsys
tem In fact the improved appkrf tus
has been found to wo k Vary > satisfac
torily at all speeds aid will take any
thickness of paper 3cieittificjMer
laI I 41
1 re i cpe1I6Itvt tucll i blll 1
placed a ikejwo > of iw par dd upon
butiueM men who cdd to 1o nlfor
a mew days atm minii uluckn or Hicr
chanditld111ItIiIa1 n > uCltioneea ant
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red PottedBull 07
woa boot fi tasX Bo roaTT a 111 I I
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Strange Pataconlan Animal o
Dr Eudfllph Hautliali who sited
tho cave in Patagonia wheroDr Nor
denskjold found the sMn oHhc rays1
terious animal called neomylodonby
Dr Ameghino its discoverer has
published an article on it in the Re
vista del Museo do la Plata Dr I I
Hauthal himself discovered other 1 I
pieces of skin and bonesbf thoanimal
in the Nordenskjold cavern Asso
ciated with them he found bones of
man the dog horse cat and other an
Sntels as well as bone and stove1mple
ments The cave is near Oonsudo
Grove Last Hope inlet west coast of
southern 1ats onia and there are
others near still unexplored Dr Roth
believes the skin that of the sloth
Grypothorium of Uheinhardt whose
fossils fire found in the beds of the
pampas further north Dr Hauthal
thinks that the caves were inhabited
by man and domesticated animals
including sloths during an interglacial
cial I period London Globe
lias Three Arms
A woman shoplifter is en route
east from Denver She has three
arms and wears a cape One arm
is artificial and it is said she has a
lino of aliases longer limn her train
Fall of a High Chimney
A brick chimney 160 foet > high
and 84 feet square at the base and
11 feet diameter at the top has been
overthrown in St Louis by the use of
hydraulic jacks says the Engineer
The chimney was first undermined
on one tide and three tenton hy
draulic jacks were placed in position
under tht side A hawser was then
fastened about the chimney GO feet
from the ground and ropes led from
tho hawser to crabs placed at a dis
tance of about 100 feet from the chim
ney With eight men at each crab
and men at the hydraulic jacks the
chimney was slightly lifted and pulled
at the same time tho men at the jacks
left their posts at tho first warning
crack but those at tire crabs contin I
ued their work until the chimney fell
Scientific American
j i
Taylors Troops Leavo Frankfort I I I
While tho Taylor troops broke camp
with pleasing celerity and scooted for
home on Monday afternoon the capit
ulation of Gen Ban Collier to Gen
Tobn > B Castloman did not take place
until Tuesday morning when formal I
communications passed between the
heads of the respective Democratic
and Republican military establish
ments and arms and ammunition in
the hands of tho Republicans wor
Kurncd rver to tho Democratic ofli J
fdal J
CASTO Xa
3ean theThe Khld You Hale finals BqIIt
SgnatUt i
Octetpecial j
Special Low Rates Queen Cres
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cent Ronte
Episcopal Church Council specie
Kv May 29 31 moo
Quarter Centennial and Summer
Bible School of Knoxvlllo College
jCnoxvillo Toun June 824 1000
WANTED
Yout scrap iron live geese
old hens roosters hides furs
fallow beeswax feathers and
flinseog for which I will pay
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FOR FORAGE
AND
IMPROYINO
TKESOiL
WB IIAVS LARGE STOCKS of these andall
otherSeasonable Seeds such as German and
Pearl nillets Soja and Velvet Beans Seed Corn
Teosinte Sorghums nlllo hlalxe buckwheat
Etc Write for price and Interest ngcat logue
< WOOD dC STU BBS J
I Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY I
C3O TO
J W JONES
And Iave Your
EYES TESTED
We guarantee every
Pflir of Glasses to fit
unlUcky Mitllantl d nailroa
Only direct line lhJtwe111I I
CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT
Shortest and quickest
hotweon
Frankfort Georgetown and Paris
Carlisle Maysville Cynthiana
Falmonth and Covington
Trains Run by Central Standard Time
Aik for tickets via Kentucky
Midland Schedule of trains
IN EFFECT NOV 22 1896
T1CAIXS EAST Nol No 3 No1
AM PM rx
Lv Frankfort 65 4 00 I 00
Ar Georgetown T 4S 4 M I U
Ar Paris 8 SO S2S j O6
THAIX WEST J Noil No 4 No8
Ail PM rw
Lv Parlsu DM 5Z0 455
Ar GcorgeTnu10 27 6 22 II U
Prankt04tl1 SO 7 25 91S
SDKBXT TKAINT WEST
Lv Goar ctofrn C9 Depotu10 80
Lv Ga rpctoTO It 31 Depot ammo
Ar Frankfort uu 11 SO
EAST
Lv Frankfort 100
Ar Georgetown K M Depotu III
ArGeor to > vn C 8 Depot 405
jAr
LonisBlIe Nashvil
PL PL
KENTUCKY CENTRAL DIV
Schedule In of foot Jan 28 18Q4 >
Soutbltound NOL NAOa 0
IJally AIIon
Express Fact Line flatly
Psilr x < UK
liva Cincinnati s 11 a m 7 sspm S ospm
llpmLvo I
Lvo Falmouth1 48am frOSpm 411pm
LvoOynthtana 10 > 43 a m 9 Wpm Ii Ilwpw
Arr rll1 18 a m ICMSpm Ii 411111 J
An Lcxlnltton1J m ic55pa 0Sipco
Lye Paris 11 25 a m 10 25 pm 1 20iw
ArrVTinehcstcsL 10 m KVSSpm II trim
LvoWlncbcstoB12 K pm 10 55 pin 7 01111
Arc Itlchmond1 U p m 11 is pm r Stsr
pmLveRlcbmond
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Arr Livingston 215pm IVSain
LvoLivtngetont3 0pm 125an1
LTC London 8 52 p m 2 17 am
ArrCoruln 4 tdpm 2 Sam
LvoCorbln 4 S5j > m S 10am
LvoBarbourvl5eS20pm S 13 am
Lve rlnevllleB 00 p m 4 30 au
Lye Mldillclioroosh 6 40 p m E > 06am 5
A rr CuinlMirln a up R 55 p in 50 Z3 am I
ArrltarrogntoTOOpia LaW i
Ar Knoxville 8 00 am I
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South lUmuJ DilJjMX
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1n MhyBvlllo 6 12 ami C6 pm 1
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LnMtllcnburg7 2 a m 3 2f pm
Arr Pnri1 45 a m a 53pm
Arr Lexington 885am Pl
An C4viDKtQnlO SI a m
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Traffic Manager Oenl Paw AR I
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ContaIns A eOIDD1 t U Jyjlilu evtlrr ORID4I
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fJondnuedON 1 t LrJaid
Ko eontlniiia atorSeat0Dieriar >
ealefloeaalata mot r ad rc
It ihotiJa be In every househoia Saito
Eq tllfAgent 1
Agent wanted in overy town to iv nont
nont1tr r
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kidney andtbladdlir4roablaeHla it takp t 1
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noy GureJaways benefits thl l lijJCW I
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deal YJledol7i satirist alld untie
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TO LOAN 1 l
We have THOU
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Real Estate d Security
at a low rate of4n
terest N
A HoFFMAN A SON
MT STERLING KY
TRADE MARKS
V DESIGNS
1 COPYRIGHTS c
Anyone sending Bkctrh and description ma
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
IIUICklfascertain
Invention probably tmtentable Communion
Honnntrlctly 1 conUJontliil Handbook on IatenU
lent free Oldest airency for pccurln patents
1ntenti taken tliruuah Mann A Co receive
special notice without cbareo In the
S ceatofc Jlmerkan
handsomely Illustrated weekly Ijircoat rlr
cnlatton of any nclcntlllo journal Term 3 a
rear I tour raontha IL Sold by all nwdAAI < > r
fflUNMGo36DM New York
Branch Ufflco ins F BU WajhlDRton D c
350000
TO LOAN FOR TEN YEARS
With privilege of bot
rower to repay in five
years Interest payable
annually In sums of
500 to 10000 on farm
property only The most
liberal contract ever
made for the borrower
A HOFFMAN
HOFFMANAGENT
AGENT
PROFESSIONAL
DDrcaNEa A AuA KLHIOn
mums ii 5t IIAZEJIUGG
ATTOBNKV8 AT LAW
HT 9T2KUHS E2KTCCSV
Will practice In all the Courts of the Com
monwealth
HR PilEWITrAnoaNEY
ATTOBSKT AT LAW
Sir STEHLINO KXKTUCKT
Offlco Court St aptxvlto Court House San stile
IJuilUiuc Lout room up stairs
T f M OLIVE
JM
I > Attornoynt Law and Surveyor
Mt8terllngKyAll
All collections and real estate transactions o >
anything concerning tho lime promptly at
tended to and abstracts ot titles given who
desired Office second floor Traders Deposit
Bank Inilldltiir Marxvillo street
MS Tyler uewU Appcrso
mTLEB k APIEUSON
AttorncysatlawOffice
Office First floor Tyler Apporunn Budding
JUvsvlllo Street
Wl FLETC1IEitAuctroncar
Auctioneer
This and adjoining counties Fifteen year
yeaPostoffieo
1 GWINN
Ih ATTOKKEYS AT LAW
Office U Court St Mt Stollnc KT
kKW CNKSWTT
Deatiit
lyOffice
Office on Main street up stairs opposite Dr It
Q UItlko omlt
Till 1IOWAUD VAX ANTWERP
Sl1lconI
ICyOffice
Office In rostoQlce Block upstairs
II R HUIGIIT
Attorney At Law
OrriCK 11 Court Street with John O Wlnn
IUD LlDOCTOU
U Dentist
DentistMt
Kyoafeoover
Offlco over Mt Sterling National Hank
F1NLEY E FOUU
Lawyer
West Liberty Kentucky
Established ISM CAPITAL S5000000
Exchange Bank of Ky
Dh J A S lRLEYllcsldentI
jJNO 8 FHAZKU Cashier
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IY our Business Solicited
W JJ Ij I
E 8t S A Railroad
m leaves Mt Blerllng at 710 a m
ittoiif niiijfl 2 15 P m
In arrive II ° isle ftt i s4apm 1030 am
ta s loot omU ortif a ii
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COURT DIRECTORY I r j
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JCDOsJoHHECOopKBprostdlnKThirdMeidiy sy
In January and the Second Monday IB April
July and October
MONTOOlfCRT QUABTSBLT COtJRf =
JrDQi A A HAZKLRIOO presiding Toefdyt
tor Third Monday in January April July and
October y
COUHTT 000BT fill
Third Monday ot each montoY i buL
iir STxnuktf CITY cotrBf ciniBHjC < C r ati
JUDOK IEK U TORNIB presiding First Sfy
urdav in each month
LIVERY I l
LIVERYoo
I oo J
B F HERRIOTTV I
1 t 4
Has uptodate Livery up x
todate buildings
Prices Correct I Service the Best I
CALL UP NO 135
If you want your horse
fed or kept by tho month v
you should see
EEeEJOTT
REES 366m HOUSE
WINCHESTER KYr r
W H BOSWELL Proprietor a
Firstclass in all its appointments
the traveling mans home Three
sample rooms on tho first floor Ta
ble supplied with the best of every
thing Come and see for yourself
x
I have made special arrange Zf
I ments to do all kinds of En
PnnTTinrf JPr larging from
Copying Rilarging
lOpying Old Pictures
Fnlnwfintf and in all styles
MlalgllJtj Have your Ca
pying done at home at less 1 00
i hn cha 1 b
prices41nn CharScd by
agents for same grade of t
work x
workC i i
C Ha BRYAN
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DR RICE
20 years In Louisville Ky now at
1837 E SPRING SL NEW ALBANY IND
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