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"vrjcrt - TTTtiry'' cr7rcv73 ! . Owingsvillo Outlook . lMIIIMHIU'D I'VHKY TIIUltSDAV. Nothing Succeeds Like Success slDo TUB ONLY CASH JEWELRY HOUSE IN TOWN. " YouyKno-vtiffl. i r - composed'? A Nov (icogrnpliyi U Seed Corn. A. vaiiety of laun that will tiipe, n curly may be Miiaircd g from tho field ttich ennuts grow hug ) not wait, put and intitule husking time; lake a baket and g I! through the liehLuml muko your sclec 'limit htifck at once and hang up b husks in an opFii shed,' not- a tigh , loom-- iimlwhen it is drv taku, it ti the guriet tif tho house and hung, it ii (i ( fii-s- : i t ' ijT( r ; Meek ti,r; Of what the Btiifaeo of (ho rnrt li roii'd fiy - BB iM I si J ; I 'if i J r J il 4 ' I J I : 1 $ j j J 4 I 1 J' m m 5 M jr. Tjte:. a 3 : i'n.auutir.i.1., i ' I I1 V j 1.1. fkSSi . )T.uilrti.u-jhtii.i,iiiciw,iirtiii- B "ffl M 9 9 k M J8 railroad trad-hall ground a, cricket fields and e kitting rinhg. . What portion of tlio globe is watol ? About three fourth.--. Soinellnlr Olllco : 2d Floor Ewing's Buildini I ) Ji it. ivrrnturjic. (?'. J..ito;rriNoitAtj they ndd a little gin and nutmeg to il ;. mm mi i.i CTcqjgwBcgaaLiJCJi.tJLni3ias3a J.. UAmtMUGK. What is a towh? Latest Novelties In Ladles' and Gents' Jewelry, Solid Sllve r WITTBOQlSt, CO., A town i a cnnsjderahlo collect ioi ii and Plated Ware, Good Line of One copy, one year, in advance $1 of houses and inhahitants, with Ion r ! FASHIOMABLEf TAILORS or live men who "run the party," nni 7j Six months MHielSiitnii.ofJcMittm1!!;!,' A wiitcr id it coiitcmporitry tayi , TJiruc months t lend money nt 13 per cent, interest. that hejins nlhVod becd corn to ban; , has sidd his growing croji of tobacco Prompt mid careful attention to order entrusted to inc. Fino wntcli id 205 WALNUT MTRLKT, in a tree all winVj, ';j every kernel n choice one nt 12ccll'(n rdtind. " pairing neatly done. lliglu'fc prieo aid for old jold and silver. I fpeal What is tt city? , for a share ot'your trade. Won'i'you call. Speciiils from nearly all pla'dcs' iii A city ia an iiicorpnrted town, will i grew the next sit,'"g;bnt this expos Ie.pcetl'ully, Announcement i!nnajuj jie,rat)itl cum : aMJUuyflc,v.vliu..licIievcfl 1 w 'J w SJ'in So ti th western Texas report heavy "ami 0 in vvholi a me is not noccssilfc' It is ujjortei the pletion of a Pictorial VfrTrcomnriHiiTjJ"lTM M. Lives of the Prcniilcnli-j- t'lindidateMon tin , world shakes when ho hapjicn to fill the gas from the ftnble, wheal continued rains, the first in four fl incite .?j ro ivi .. sis 7i s:i An Democratic tickflt. wrttfcn'lijr the veterar flat on a cross walk. US (Kl 5 00 S 00 bin or hay mow IS .r)() li! inch. death to it, months. ntillior, ('ok Frank nud published (Vi 00 12 00 12incli. 10 00 18 00 "Picked grten, if laid on the floor the What is commerce ? by N. 1). Thompson Co.. .St Louis, Mo., The price in suckling mules, is. off W. T. DAUOJIEltTY and New York. This work i sold through IJorrowiug 5 for a day or two, am under side will spoil." It must lie badly. Good oh'es that sold n " KKKl'S agents exclusively. It i disigned, not, COUNTY" OFFlCKlisT"" hung up so as not to i03t against any ago for S70 to 500, will hot only to serve the popular taste and waul dodging the lender for a year or h. bfinfovcr in giving, exhaustively, the facts in the Name the dilleicnt races. thing to prevent ciiculation of air on $30 to S70. Books, Stationery, Periodicals, boyhood and manhood of Iho Candidates JlMIOE-Ho- bt. Unhid. Horse race, boat race, bicycle race all sides. If left in hush till it Gentry;. Urothcrs their private Lives and Public Service of Lcxingtoii1 (' iMUO.vn'KATii'fl ATrv C. K. Ilrotikn. but to have a inoro entltirin-- intenst llian and racing around to find a imin to in heats, even a little, seed corn is ruined. XowKpiipern, and many inihcellnneons bought in Georgetown Saturday .fifV (he ordinary lampaij-- book. To this end dorbo CmotJiT Ci.kiik W. 1'. Connor. eonstunlly on hand. School book, C. A farmer may take a large, late varieyour note. . the Pulilicn lin.o on the work WABruuUojtxiiSf'ioXKU ciayons, nlnteH, inks, )en., pciu'lb, oc., n teen niiiie colts at prices ranging from' J..1. Nisbitt. Tnto how many clase3 is jimnkiml ty and save tho seed as soon as' out of a coip of skilled Hpicialiy. If yon want tliu and mgravcrs 510 to S80. to elegantly and irofusely illuatrated the divided? SHAKIS11UKJ, KV.. - :. milk, secure it rightly, and in two lU'ht UooAh u( Situvosl PricrM. stenes an incidents in "the liv'ea of lhre A strange disease has broken out Jl)dl C. W. (.'oodpristcr. Six being enirght'cncd, civilized, years ho may make it two weeks ear eminent men, now before pivu me n call. Valentinei, K.tsler, Uirth-da- y i)i:.i.i:iw in Count ATronsnv Alex. Conner. t ho people. Personalj.'inccdoles among tlio cattle in tho Caiamisst and half civilised, 'm vage, too utter, not Her, but while green it must be y and ehrihtma eanl alwavH on liauil will constitute n lcadinj,' and Cocxtv Cj.kiuc O. ,S. Kiggi-uvalley, Pa., one farmer,' losing sovcii in their caon in endless variety. Ct'tyl worth a cent and Indian agents. handled. certainly a most entertaining and iuitruc-liv- e Hukuikk T. W. Crouch. Pnro mil head and liine more arc dying, feature of this timely work. What na'iona are the most eulight-ed"In..' ho. loft of a bl'icksmith shop Jailou Ja. K. M.iury. Col. Tiiplett has marked ability, and is a good place to cure it. The coal Tho Lexington Transcript tiyai AUM80!l lieorge Jackion. enjoys especial distinction as a liiographi-ca- l Money Saved is Money Made ! CoHOXCit George Ooodpasler. Those which have the most wars and iinoko helps on the curing proces-- , Hcef cattle is being shipped in consul- writcr.t While exliaustivo in tlie recital . Varnishes. Dvesttifis &c, Cliolec of facts, hi power of analysis, and bis keen the worst Com li. W. II. Daughvrty. Save money, keep your feet dry and prelaws, and produce the great-es- t and if well smoked sqtiiucls and ver- erablc numbers. Good qualities bring' insight into the philoMijihy ol event and Toilet and Fancy articles, serve your health by niiiK Huuykyou J. 15. Spratt. min will not touch tho kernels after from ix to hli arid a half cents. crimiiiajs. give him sji'cial prominence measures, A?i 5 ST M A TKS A Fine Line of Stationery, among .ineiiean writer. of personal How many motions has the earth ? planting. A smoke-housis a good Fare Oil Blacking. The cattle show, in connection' with' ReissiWs It is not too much to sav that lie t&arpilury I.. II. MeClillo, IJ. )7 Colgrovo That's according to how you mix place. This farmer who has a few the Exposition at Louisville, has been It will soften anil beautify the leather and the best lirand of Cigars and Tobacco is better prepared for tliu work in hand Wiming J. H ullivor, Iiwo IS. Williams make it water proof as well as make it in than any other American author. your drinks and which way you go bushels thus cured to sparo in the abandoned on nccount of the existence' town. Pliy.sician.s' The books from bis peii, of which several OningevilU W. II. Williams, (5. L. Ctyle. wear longer. If you have corns spring finds it always sells at from one of prepared at all liotitd, day or have been published, have met the popular home. in the State. on your feet it will preatly relievo if it A. Will-- , llatrisun Flooil. i'ukritfe-- II. niyfit. taste and been more thaii ordinarily success What's is the earth's axis? vto two dollar- prr bushel. Do sure to Sulphur -- J. II. Colliver, .Ias.Mc('lain does not euro them. Nelhing in it to lf7. Squirrels are unustiKlly abuiulan't fid. They have girunhim high rank the manuleather. Mr. l!eisinj-er,- '' The lines passing between New have the seed saved and dried before in the river and Jltthtl OnK-- Haird,Jno. A. I'aughcrty. among Ameiican authors, and the public facturer, in nn obi. expel ieneed anil pracmountain counties: freezing." Tiibuno ami Farmer. 2'uu yun' JeH'orson Uotts, I). W. Swart;-- . tical shoe maker and unilerstands the na! ! ! men of the day. TlilJ has given him Yoil: and S.iii Fraucico. Tn some of the mountain districts they faculties foSj'procuring all the ture of leather thoroughly. For further 'hhm What causes day and night. are seriously damaging (lic'corii crop. material for the wtukjioiy in hand. As a Oultisvilhs E'olicu C'oiirl. information, address or call on (ilCOUC'K In 1804 Mr. for book of fahcinating iiikrest, beauty anil Day is cau.-e- d by night getting tired KHISSINCKK, Mt Sterling K'v. Price, Geo. Nixon, of Jessaniiuo McClelland for President on u platprofuscnen ot iHmtratiou, and of' Jaximuy lOtll, KSS2. county,' ten cents a box. This celebrated blacking out. Night is caused by everybody vinos of fact"Jit will comnteiid is for calc by L. It. form which declared the war for the has had about 15 of his stock cattle Owin'sville. CALLI1 TIJltM. ! I Will you Big taking the street cars and going home to eviry voter. jjK' itself " Union a failure; and that the consti- to ilie in the last few days, runl tfhey' Or.Ieicl, That tliii court will hereafter To the' bunk agents ,UuIrarecninbination to supper. law hulJ ttriim fur tin; trial of common tution had been violated in all of its had all the symptbfns of pleuropneuof authentic history, miijorial For a l'"i e, Lightning and Tornado Policv What is a map ? ilu1 utility c.hi'h on til'.' fourili MoikI.ivh in and brilliant aulhorshljijwill at once Mig at (in parts under the plea of military neces- monia, Main Street, Owhcjsvlllc, Ky. ihu luuutlu of March, J une, Septeiiiher an.! jest the universal dem'und it will create, A map is a drawing to show the Drcoiiibi-in each year, ami continue si sity. In lfcGS he couldn't stomach Coal oil has been found at Is now open fur the accommodation of and aNo the advantagiirin"inteiest it has jury the whete .Smith stood when Jones One and One Quarter cents. over iliu ordinary Canijftiij'n book, and the judicial djys if the Liuiniss hhouiil the public. The hoii'-- is situated in the tho Democratic platform which de depth of sixty-.i-j- ht feet nt Lexington',- null it. grand opmiunity il 'oirVrsl for prolU.ible gave him a lift under the eye. huinet. portion of the town and has the 15. D. LCY, intituled that the Southern States be Ky. G. D. Wilgus is the finest s:i:nple rooms for eoiiumieial trav-- j in sound con. panic, address In anotlier .ig.ucy. Wo advertbjeilit fortunate What is a mariner's compass ? lers of any hotel in Eastern Kentucky eoluniu. . 1). O'llIMKN, ji iWf. of (). l'oliee (Vdirt. gU'eU'i:'JrCiCllt:lliMtrjliKCV'fCws?nmiArJ.xt?ty'Yie(Wl,''4,--r'- ' , a.i milecdMiy'tlie'constitutidnf' nniP that" wIUchinond-Kegister- : . t Hog cholera II. S. (SUUIlI'MfrKR J. B. (JOOlI'ASTi:n. Proprietor. To All Ciisliicr. su'1'rago should be left for the States is prevalent in fh Silver Creek" neigh- President. Pleuropneumonia has broken out He couldn't accept this borhood. Ur. H J. Ileunet has lost We want Live, Energetic and Capable in a serious form among the hogs in to regulate. GOODPASTERS' BANK. Agents in every county in t tit I'nited.Statis although ho had spent the greater about 'J00 fine jiorkcrs by this disease lit article of gi eat Western Maryland, and tho animal. and t'anail.i, to soil a I,V.lIEifi. KY. OmIiii'svIHc, Ky. within the pit'st two week-.- ' merit, on its mints. An article having a are dying by the hundreds. Gover- part of his time in Congress in arguIs dow open for the reception of guest. fprvii-ito tlie jieo-- J (flcrn hi large sale, oayitigover h'O iiereetit. profit, for eoinmeieial . I'oiiiiuodions simple loom Transacts a general baukiil business. haviiit; no Owing to the c ntiniied dry vvealJA Owliigcvilli nml Mirroin!iiiK' nor Hamilton to day wrote a letter to ing in favor of what ho reptidiattd. iiIh of fuitiju ti'.ioti, ami on which the tr.Wflerr. ( 'barges mod rale, and the table l''iiniit)liis-if,'li- l drafts Rood ill any part of OJfiee at riM.hni e on Mmii The man who made the Miukiug dove er, wheat sowing has been very 'much' .SurMg'.'Ul Is nroticted in the exclusive sale by llobert Ward, .Stato Veterinary implied with the List the market a Holds. the I'nitt'd States. Special accommodaMylvO ij.po'itc Iliie. and for county he II. W. McIHCKMOTT. tions to depoitoi. Ioes ninilu paya- a deed given us. each all every advantages geon, stating that the disease is raging speeches punted by the Eagle, and retarded and it is thought from tlTfs' Willi from thee ble at this bank discounted on favorable i.eeures I to our agents, and tlie f.iet that it U nn ar- with great virulence in Washington reu at a public meeting by Fleming and other causes ho wheat area will Ii you U'uut ito o Wf.Nl terms. ' ' ticle that can bo sold to. wry hoiiscowner, d elector in 18tJ$, voted bo smaller than usual next vear.' where the Governor resides, county's it might not be necessary to nuke an "ex- county, witrn: to for Grant, who was a candidate on a traordinary oiler" to sefitie good agent at and although every remedy has been A few days ago Mr. J. C. Caldwell," once, but we have com bided to make it to tried, so far nothing has been of the platform that it was the Otlico at Joliu J.Sweiiiam'H, nu.ir Ifeyn-v- of this county, sold to Lehman, for deliv- show, not only our confideiiey in the merits oltUvilltf, ll.nh county. Prompt atuutton Cnngrcs- - to regulate suffrage, and that of our iuviuiion, but in it salability by least avail in staying tho plague. WITH cry l.- of December, his large bunch! xibu to all caie. any agent that will handle it wild energy. Governor Hamilton has lost over one the Southern States were conquered of eastern cattle, 171 head tha't will. w. .s. uL'iMiKLi. Biy Four and Vandalia Line, WA YNE it RATTEKMAN, lVop'r., 0nr.i0'etils now at work aie making from hundred hogs and shouts. The car- provinces and would be readmitted in likely averago l.fJOO lb,. hoihihrr umf c to "JUOO u month dear, and this fact "'J Eighty kof 122, 124 and I2G West f'runt Steet, makis it Mifc for us to make our oiler to cass of a hog which ttuiwce Ayiit. died Saturday was to the Union whenever that body got them were taken at 0 cents ami 01 nt LK.xiyarox, ky. Any anil 91, 03 and 05, Commerce. Street, all who nre out of employment examined. The teeth were black and ready to admit them. This flop in o rents. This is the last largo buticli a thlrt agiiit that will give ur buMm-e1 18(iS pinned him to the Kepublican dav'n trial and fail to i bar at leant $100 in the gums much diseased. of fat cattle left in the county. Dan- . this time, above all exs retain all coat tail and he has been dangling villu Daily Auction and Private Sale-wo will refund the Advocate. goods uiH'iId to us nud The Sabbath-schoo- l superintendent there cvor since, and with the excepAdvance inado on Consignments. money paid for them. Any or tlen-rIf you are in nenl of KV. ' Putter should always be ehurnetl Agent wlio would liko tell or more was taking about ehil Ireu playing at tion of now and then scratching u He coiintiis and work them through ovcr'iooiln.uterV tint mother's knee. Ho had grown publican caudidafo for Congress or a several degrees colder in summer than' for ninety ilius, and fail to cleiT at leant iirtlou" in winter. The icasou is that tho 5"r0 above nil e.xpeiiM's, can return ull un- (piite eloquent and affecting and not a negro, he has voted the ticket of that sold and gt their moony back. No other few wore weeping. enscinotu matterof milk more readily CATLETT, . 'Now Johnny," party at every election. llulletin. llintl'iu or ;iit('riu;. TICKIXS AT HAW 1'AKK AT Aid itmploirr of agents over dari-- to make attaches itself to tliu butter globules SURGEON I have u tied mil a ahl he, "does your mother tell you Tin .Shop and such oiler1., nor would waif wiulid not know POINTS TO TI1K JIA.M.M0TII A Campaign in aiinimer than iu winter, and thut Slander Squelched. that we have agciit now making more than ,to cume.atid kneel down .beibro her at on .1iiin xtuet in OwliiKsijIe, and inn Ky. i doublo the amount wu guarrutuiil, and but of work in my lino to io c.vvi:, this adlicsiou can be jiievented by u J. M. NvJiuY on khort untilMiy in a llor in mantwo sales a ila would give a profit of over her knee?" e and No, dear Mihicriher, you can't start ' ... cooler temperature ot the cream when' . I alu paint tin roofs cheaper than i n moiitb.'aiiil tiiatouo of our agent, Ves.-i$IM ner. " hIiciIii," said Johnnie. a fresh campain scandal throiizh these look elghtein orders in ouoibiy. Our large any Uidy. -KciitucUy. , churning is a fact. - "Jiiiw do you feel then, happy boy (li'.eripilv(niiciil.irscxilainourollur fully, column-There is too much oi that to even ouu out with a Christian mother?'' and iiiso vro wish to Tobacco growers should not be dis(( Girobusiness going on abeady. And, of uiiphipiiiiut who will send us tlirco out "Well, when hho hold my head besides, we do nut believe that the couraged. Col. JI, S. Means fJiowcII This wonderful cave, liaving bijcii eeiit nttnupH for pnsta,e. Send a( once and Ilcpectinlly, J. W. AVKHHICK. us a report of a sale made on faVt dUcovcred a iituiiter of a century, has suciire tlui auouey in extranrilln.try down between hurknoe. and pulls my Widow Hut tor to the ervlc win unmarried whin I icon I'xpl'ticit liy thoii!ainla of visitors Wc tti.lllil like to l.ftTtl tlio addicM of all coat up over my head and weats out '""1 urroiiiihiirf her rag baby was, buui.r Chicago Uediiesday, at th uintlf street House,' and found to contain hardwarn of ev- the ajjuits, kewiug machine solicitor tmil nr.ir the ronMeiico of Ii()iii.villc, of 15) hogsheads of Hour-- . tnV hii) her slipper on my basement, I feel" New.. and in the ery dcHcription. Cooking and Heat-in- carpi uf this paMrcountry, v.'ho leads this olb-rKy-- t owim-xwnboo cou.itv tobacco, at an average of The ciipeiiiilendeiit had fainted. Stove, I'liriiituru tn.d hutisekiep In Kind us at oiue the name and address of III ono of the- tlood in Holland $18, price ranging from $0.00 to S'Jfr.' i"t,' K"'ds, and indeed, sample- of ev- all Mich they know Addiew at ouoe, or South ami West. W.C.HESBITT, . the !iet ohaiieo iiH'ful tirlielc miiiiiifnctinvd in the vou will cvir nU'ered ery 400,000 peions were drowned; in Lexington (Jazette. The House!) Ife's I'licntl. I'iiited tutc. Iliixbaiid and wivm to tlio.u out of employment to nial.e and hint another, lOO.OllO Snr2C011 mid those inlrmliwj matrimony, tiro inouey. IU:.sNi.it I.aJief,' Jledical Ailvlsei. iiANiii'AcrfiiN'i Co., Wo will send frue for one year to month, inn Hood in China, 70,000 dailv vifcitin,' thi (jifitt place nl nwort Hid Si. Ithliehl St., PliUburg, Pa. any lady who tends us at once the lives were lost. When, in the midst mill carrying homo rclicn at price. that A complete Medical Hork for Wo For OA) iliTv coiuitetition in nny thape. of ten married ladies, at uimu of ono of his speeches, Mr, St. John men, handeoiuely bound in cloth over J. M. N'eliil'M law otlie . ! mime tuiI Works nddrej-s- ami twelve two cent stumps is confronted with these ligure.-- i and pnee ami further partii;ulaib,eall no "" illtistnited. Tolls how t prevent and B. YOUNG, apply t VAN. ir for postage1, our handsome, entertain' asked if water doesn't kill m many tho ox, by n trgat-- " cuio all T. J. KNKiHT, .1. Jl. HAWKINS, ATTOHXKVAThAW, ing mid instructive Journal, devoted people as whiskv, he looks no unib.ir meiit FACT8RrtAS0IH0 (initio, at home. Worth its wehrht in' iirw.mt IN g d that the htcomcs gold to fashions, fancy work, decorating, OWI!MiVII.I.K, IIY. to every lady siillerlng from an) rooking and hniisohold matters. Reg- painful to everybody. o.v vi k li tlio DLQOD. rcioililo oiof those It vrtll riur'ri' r.ii'l nml. Over 10,000 olit llif LIVrRi'xi KIOWBy8.nTTtH)iiK Tll ular price SI. Send today aniUecutis nrtVlUOJltVOUTlM 11EAI.TJI liil NIC, already. Post paid only 5d vents. Pes- (lUA.N'ITE, FKi: IvSTONE, Ac. The Canadian working class :ue rullitml I'ltlolon Hi, S di(4iull,rr'iiOilnir ..a. ' Wmilul Aiirlllr.luilirvi. next number, midrib, Ouineati-- Jourl).i . ur hlrili"Hi il! .!' " I.,! I'lulct II to urge thostop-xig- e tal note or two cent stamps. A'ddi-itlrailing guarauii'isl in both juices nal, N inula, N. V. Kntisfaetlou Mllli limiiu'luty nml xumlcllul rnulK. Hoiiix. il VDIi TO (MlDl.i; LulltvM iivrvcJU'o-liviiMUIIEIIKAI). AT., otfli. nud work. Orders fiiiltcitul. uHii'Kt ami of Chiuc-M- immigration, ami the Nuiida Publishing Co., NuiuhVvNev lUaiutiiU biiJ UiplU Mrl IMir i Nest Mnloriiil! tuntrmi! Irum all roialilalnti Out lriij? A the editor of oxptiUion of all Chinamen who decline Votk. ticcoinmnilalbins at AlJlliC) iimuiui lull, tlr.in.llinii.ini If you want . Ult lIAKTUU'il lllOM'JONIOliljfuaii.j'liii'lr i Wurk iluiit when iniiiiiei aul Hurrunlel now Tim Ihhik' nodciatc prlei-siul nxiiil. lj. agiieiillintil journal "How to to take tho oath of iillugiaucu. a The II mi " tur. IO Klr ' Il III!) ll III" WlUU ill illla o give .ntlfa'ctlon In lit, durIn rep.iir, and will soon br ('lay, tho would flL lit muidorer, i? l ability ami price lUlTkll l oS'loMI oiiij llf0.IIHIltlUIMlil ul'inplila puma " Didsheiiever next ktup will be to demand the an oat confined in the CarlUlejail. He talks The table ulwayn iiiiii. In Iliu loiiiitry, '! 'I in llijiiu.iii.ri .1 n.iii.li it. noieii.f ll ll.ro IKl.ml i)"i Ililf.lrelilll t uipiiliid with every ileliimcy of the Hasun. try culling in the surplus oliildieu of of iimignttion limn the United State. Cull (imf pii'f wi", AMI ll.r llllll.it tM,ll)IH'll ftliliu IMIHiCJAI. Mwl Cu 'Uiinini a tffti'iU-lightly about his horrible ciimc; and JAMI'-- S CI:V, Pn.piiitor. Xb.rvl I I'll bl.liM.lMlil'r llxl'r oitlcri tUt Ittit. Wtrk Uu.i. iciriy !Uf Hy adopting this the VS. ;ti)tUAU noci: B C KOOU. WilU' Wurlil Worm Cnudy A.M in uso thinks bo has done a gieaV 'thing.' .V. ItVItO.V. plan wuiie of both may bo iliipitsoil of, 6ALI" U All CLEVELAND &. HENDRICKS. Oil. HAIUIJI'b IftOII TOKIC 14 U (o ginnl for him', , ami in Ho' all over Iho United Slate.-I3IILNJQ.I.U AIU UlAKIIU CUIUWItlllt. no lluiij-inMnm street, ()niiigville, Ky.,- - in room. i..r. h Nori'MoMii IL raid. s a tin hiip. fi.niK rly iicciipiiMl ba it I'm' led t net promptly and uiilit to Ito tnktfi) uat mid itabbj.11 " Wnnlwl ISSI. fwo Tracts of Land for Sale. 1S8I. "Father, did ibo buy iwally .Mnm) phiuant itiiudy and cont.iiu.i no mid- near like hi victim iu could Wiirm .Mollis nt ull Hours. Fur tin-- idy k'.inilii" PUTfilllAI. IHo iiiiii.-I.Wit, "'Ibr ..r il pil 1, hopeltol line thut ymu fmuil) phwieuu tui the dirk?'' imked Green'. fir ! riliiNleil no the ' iruphic of ibi- I tn- r.iiic ('uiu)i luti In twi lr.uk tit. (": ritKAM .Y MUSOX. Aulliciiiic I'rmiibut and - li ami 1'lnl I'm k, in rll'U.tO .l or gf ib'i A Uvofltw 1'fK vi..Uiof I'riikly ivifiue to It i an bu m pinjjuiiy the other day. I II. . I In fuit, pioluse wild nrlisib-lj Hi. exliuti IliiwIliiiiiaMlibli wnmaii. ijnp j1 . 'iih county, Kv riituinlni V" trrmi-aihI ho ktiMHl nn tine all drujj "lorn. '13 A J 10 vV "No, GiHirj-i- t l Ml illuslialioii.i.oiMiri.iinu, forcible, 'I In re i II Milnirimul fw.N hhI lU'lium boiiM' 4nl burn i ' Sua' iKTiiiiu-- i (Uu wli'du atniiMplicic. millior-ihii-- . Tliu Himnbird Cam in A l' klittfi ami he put Iho deck up liu id ti imnt iioii-- c i K'xid oiibirl, i OR, WAIIO ACO.,Ugllon, M. i'iiI" lor i mbu lll.tory. Aulburifd. flkU in unit-r- . a divinity whli-.ilutI. ut of limber mi eitlur biwiliu up nil the air; and nf l InI ,, Addr.i. tn Hsu nw duniiuuM." rlvofMn,i "I'lie mhviii' but low in Mi- ' imill. ' iUii ami an ul limliumt ul nan r btiluiK V- ""k l Inttlgo a kiiiK, in i'uui. A Hud i) cl. f.ir outfll uuilugr Kiil. rotly box of uimmU vndili will kflp you in - iutiil TlfflM. fN"llt ''"' k of hnnilh. ,V4 mmt'V an-n Inub rlala l ' vlater. lUitli l.niu nlMiitJ nilfi l' who nppromilu-too itMir tliuj rftctltl Instruction in t mtlindd of more iin.iiiv ilglitiiwiiy tb.m Biithlnio'" m'IkmiU mill to (m;"' oliii tiiiiii, i ii i i""iii..l. I'i.ilir liiintii-- . Dmuiii oiiol rflliinlitl In iliu vi- - njllii- - il. Huifw iud t.'ii' pi oil t iimiirnl. In iklfi wtil'l, AIL of cltlirr 'o ruk wuiv.il fjiio U A ih i Id's irllj mj'-c.uur-Mu- ft The (hid lluiitf uliii-l- r loe milt of If .,u witul IhhIiicm at whioh imt iiRimloil rnlliiil I rmdr ilmlii-y- r Vet at time. TJiw "i'ujiipiil-i- i will be Ioii, ii. m hrnA work. TJy bmiid n (r .ilaille. KorfiirlUcr in- K il mi unik Utliyr ., vuutij! ur i.l.l, iflifv.tlMff Ad Dim- ..fenrbttttfr-of thV ChirVn nl'niTieiit iluw'n mi ltd uippl Hit Milium uihI uiulllable to lP wurlrtH. Hlitilitt-,,,, tl.n VMil Id U llt.il duinffill ipiistino ut ,,,, "I"1'' '' iiii.lii.it i .ill nil ttu Ul IW'JMuttUw'lf, tny all iIh iiim ll'i-TIIOyrWl.,'Ai('o,l,ohli.bec, i. .in.- At lunv aiblfp" TBHf.V t o. Augi.1. lim. N ..i .. i i e.t.i.'.a;' ri i litis, Mo or Vm t "in, .I.L. ' (ii:). w t T. J. YOUNG , Mt. Sterling, Ky., WATCHES, CLOCKS MD DIAiGDS with Hcd Tin Titer 11030 Pine Cu t ChewiiiL' nvj('ll)iI)iKNniHl ninek.IIrow n and Yellow SiuiRh arrTtlie best tindeheni " Ovl lyl est, quality cotmidorcd? -- LOKILLAjttl)! CLDLO n x rX$rt n o c o Of corner lots, mighty poor , 11 H H - MiilHCi,iition - )( Til Spectacles and Eye Glasses. i!i. . Stock hogs tue'"sriiVfo in Fuyclfe'; are foiling fit from 3Lf(lcu' Nine jacks from Spain for Fleming county nifiveif. Three t'liefcii route. A Ha'irodsbiirg n'l'aii has raised two crop? (1f strawberries front the samo vines thi.i year. j k. t farm of l)f)0"ficre'jf,tn Woodford counfy, has been rented nt "33 50 per acre for next your. Jintl ''' . ? K K K K V B' V K I K I M) .'fho-Hrigh- K' B; Hp 1 Advertising: l?.1,os. Cincinn?tti, Ohio. l Trl-Jlctt- K S : W. VOWELS. i , lcn, isiie fl V ig MIL Wt mo-'tf- i cut oust timjiit. couxtv DRUG STORE W. PETEBS, ' K K B1' . mf :irti-ele- s r , . !iiirr. . B l B - R 3f cue-full- iji:ii:hiji:ie that Bris Wins, ? PAINTS, OILS, t i v 2cii-ot- ' ' y. e t' one-thi- plctiro-pnuemoni- a in-ju- ie - t ' I Fire Fire Fire unsiir-irihs-e- iimx-.- WiidwoT-tiTvotci- l si ' Slcs-ur- , Twings houseT e .. M Hoy illu.-tr.itio- n f r re-'- f" -.- "ijF-jjp vtTALjr, eoiin-Iry- .I)oarilA2-Vm.i.r,iv,-- 3 - . Waiitiiij-riuployiiicn- t. "' " ' Physician and Surgeon (irofe-'siotia- IIARViiY HOUSE, E K' m W m? l "3jl '671Tka Hir, Uro-.k- f -- K ?' mfc PHYSIOIAW. cru.-he- IlAfrLElF"l0MGCfl bur-incA- s "Wne Uoiifaie, If m W -t K m E K fc At Lw, Call on iMLe! OiJicinri:t i, Oliio. af-c- Tinware, Repairing, flrit-f'luh iTxcWsToxj" S K K m. sub-agen- -- ' Pie-pan- d lai-- s B m ;, r, IVALDUX, & Surgeon Sliarp-sbiir;- - inv Trial Job' . 1 -- b " otb-r- . J y iili-r- i Z f, , - - no-- BT ik;i: i ' t'' v ! MTONIC Bk MHM iiri-u- : OwHIIo li , i, I of i novr ricuirr BOOT S VSHid E il'i Carey lli'st-eln- 7'r7i at Tin; rus-c- mass-meetin- mi JI.oui.se under--oiiisis-nii- Marble or AH Kinds, K B' j . - s K clt-- ir Ip.McINTYRE'S "hniin-l.ceptr- B B Br' B K H ilU-(Hi- co III " I . ' I.Mi E H K - g j .wilts - SELF-CURE.- i tf- I . . ber H B B 1 . ' iv-ul- V t. . i pitM-ulni- . h-r- UUI-.in- ii OVI .j. l ' - '"-- I I r -- Br T'' tUltt r! t (n I f, Tli-tr- o bur-rt- nil-ev- guff'tr-Ui- n . feavc-ftmi- o y -- I H B V b.-- d - Iti-t- H fl P1 I - I ili-cli- y . .1 - An itiv, l'"l i " '),,: iu.m.is. i 1 i i i , I ss'Wegp,'ieiWi"WlslslBMBM t IMHMBBBMIMHBMBMBHHMMHMHHMBBHHMMiMBHHBMMMiHMMBMHHilWMHBBBBMMHMIHBBHK i J i i ! it r i.'P ...Ujjb i,,-,- 111 . miii i ii - i 1- i" 'it rl I'M H ii mi imiiMiiaiHiiini iac nnniin miiM inin I will ,!...vV) .. . , ii. PUBLISHED ETEItr THURSDAY. ' .1. gctatchrd Asbury'a name: The the catpct Hi'te i the lucditrovcrtablo proof bnjigcrswar beggare.t this pillaged nnd plunged them Into that Mr. Wndsworth deliberately debt, and rMlro&d nionopoHoh.ve finished pooplc, ss'r it la cue vfotl Xatikow. r i State Of Krmtucky, Mabon County, Set: W. W. Bull, clerk of tho counI, ty court for the county nnd state aforo raid, do certify that at an election held on the Cth duy of August, 1883, for Mason county Kentucky, in Mays-villvoting precinct No., 2, W. H. Wndsworth Br, voted for TI101. Z. Morrow, for Governor, for Speed 8. Fry for Lieutenant Governor, for L. C. Garrigus for Attorney General, for' Edward Farley for Treasurer, for J. P. Pinkcrton for Superintendent ol Public Instruction. For Register . ofj Idvnd 'Office,' he did not vote, and for' Representative, he voted for A. A. Wads worth, nil of which ii shown by the pAll book, of said voting precinct on filo in my office. Given undcrjmy baud this 2d day of October 1889, W. W. Ball, CloUjiinEon Co. Ct. c, T. YOUNG, EDiTon. Oftoe i 3d Floor Swing's Building Democratic Ticket. FOR l'KJWlOENT, GKOVERCLEVELAND.New York , POll VICE PRESIDENT, T.Ar., HENDRICK8, Indiana. For Member of Crfhgre, FRANK POWERS, of 'Carter. - SSMSWSMMS111S1SS A III Gnn. - ', I i J j if 1 1 H I if We arc pleased to announce that lion. Jo. 8. 0. "Blackburn has accepted an invitation to address tho votora of Bnth county nt tho Court House on Tuesday next. No word in praise from us it needed. Let every one Wc boo from thJcnver papers thut turn out to hear this orator, who Col. Will. L. Visshcr, (our Will) has been nominated by the Domocrnts of etauda without a rival in the State. Visuh. that city for tho Legislature. Over In Ohio. wo are all with you and will vote both g Ken- men and money to further your interIt would make the tucky Democrat ashamed of himself to ests. Tho "untcrrificd" of Denver tuko a trip to Ohio and witness the have done thcmsolves very proud in determination and enthusiasm of their this selection. Of course he will be Who could vote against bretheren iu that state which is now elected. gblazc with excitement from one end him? And wont he keep things lively to the other. In every town and hara over in his wing of tho capitol. let Cleveland and Hendricks clubs Governor Glick of Kansas, has h have been formed and speaking and Bucd a proclamation prohibiting tho torch liht processions are of nightly introduction of cattle into Knneas frum occurrence. If they do not carry the the States of Kentucky, Iowa, Nebrasstate next Tuesday it will bo because ka nnd Missouri until nfter they have of tho immense sums of money which undergone quarantine of sixty days a have been Bent to tho State by the at the point of introduction, and have Republicans, who are fighting for their been rt'leascd under a clean bill of Tery existence aud consequently, with health from tho State Veterinary Surdesperation. We were in the state on geon. He also prohibits the introductFriday, Saturday and Sunday last and ion of Jersey cattle from any State iu ''great many democrats. talked to the Union. They are of tho opinion that if the The Lexington City Council last election had have taken place any day last week they would undoubtedly night accepted the proposition of tho have carried tho state by from ten Chattanooga fpoko factory to come to twenty thousand. What changes there, nr.d donated ground and buildtho present week will bring forth they ing. An ordinance wiir passed to exwere not prepared to say. This week empt from taxation for ten years nil will be devoted to effecting more per manufacturing concerns located there feet organizations and crystalizing of aud employing fifty or more hands. forces. On the other band the Re A good many of the Federal officepublicans JuBt as confidently claim the state but will not give nor venture holders have already begun to hedge. "one boastful, prominent Kentucky He- publican in Cincinnati who said their and Hendricks. ...im majority would be all the way from Bring your neighbor to town with twenty to twonty-fivthousand. you Tuesday and the old 'oraan too, The Blaine deraoustration in Cincin- when you come to hear Blackhur ratnati last Thursday night was very tle tho rndc. naturally a monster affair hut it will he a mere pigmy whon compared with Bald Eagle. the Democratic jamboreo Saturday Mr. Wesley Whaley, of Coffee conn night. Democratic clubs from all the ty, Kansas, is visiting relatives nnd cities and towns in Kentucky, within friends iu this neighborhood. striking distanco of Ciucinuati, have Mr. Sara Rogers sold to Andrew determined to attend uniformed and English two pair of work mules at with torches. The vote next Tuesday will prob $300 per pair. Messrs Jm. RatlifT, Roland Burb ably reach eight hundred thousand. ridge nud Tom Jeff Jones leave today Some idea of the political temperature can be formed wheu it id known, with for Kansas for the purpose of locating all this tremendous vote, neither par a cattlo rauche. There is a rumor afloat iu this neighty can lay claim, justly, to more than borhood that Joe Terry, who left here fivo thousand majority. We hope for success, but with the last week for his home iu Texas iB lights of the past to guide our judge- dead. One report onys ho was killed ment wo advise all of our frinds to be ou tho cara near Louisville. The othprepared for a disappointment. If we er report is to the fiect that ho died do down them we will nil join hands from horaorrhngo of the lungd, caused and tmtt regular old fashioned blow-ou- from an old wound he received whilo living here, several yeara ago. We sincerely hope that thewe rumors are The New York Truth, an independ- untrue, ane that Joe ia ere this at his ent journal, which has heretofore home with bis family. taken uo part in tho Presidential From tho South. now savs: "Aflor weighing all To those who live in the densely peopled tho evidence pro and con wo do not hesitate to rocommeud awry votor to counties of the Blue Orasi, Kjr., lomt of the picture of southern life aud habits cast hiB ballot for Cleveland and Hen- given in theeo letters may cin romance dricks. It would bo disgraceful were but to those who have traveled through the American people to indorse tho three regions in the rear of a mule or Iioree dishonorable tactics adopted by Mr. drove, they will be but pictures of ecencra Blaine and the Republican leaders in auil character, and very famiiar. Dlberubarraw your minda of all thoughts this campaign by the election of Blaine of green pasturwi, wull kept, well fenced, and Logan. The course pursued by umbrageous tree, and herds of s them k not only disgraceful it is de or droe of satinskinued horses, moralizing. Its indorsment now would and picture to your mind's cyo tall, mellead to a like coumo in tho futiiro, ancholy pint, spradllngosks, black jacks, and the effect would bo to undormine and underbrush and Letpidcza, a cross between ihoep aorrcl and dog fennel. No and destroy all the decencies of life 'jrao but crab grass aud nameluu weeds; to corrupt and degrade the whole pco no fences worthy the name; no jle. It would bo a bad example to a knob farmer would recognize a corn that such, no oar young men, who read tho pajxira i:attlo, no hog, or horses but travesties and ohawv the political maneuvers of inly no called "stock." Nothing, absolute-luothlug except cotton, cotton "ad the day, to show them that dishnnora- " and you havo some Uca of how bla conduct in a candidato may bo ' rpwarded by tho highest office lu the 'ihings look down here. It is enough to in a ';lve a Kentuukiin tho gift of the American people " alow-goin1 o t. by putting their heels upon them. I am told, And I believe truthfully that not a dozen f.umn Arc held in the county of Cnrrol unencumbered by a tnortgpgc. Tho planters can barely make enough from their impoverished Iniuls to pay their taxes and interest, And support their families, leaving nothing to expend 'on improvements. They have lout ami dm;.' out n ncxry lite without hope of better dnys. If I had not hern a Democrat before my visit hrrr, this surely would have made-ntan undying foe to nil thnt calls itnclf Yankee. It make my blood boll while listening to what the people of thlscnnntry had to bear from tho curbed fanfttlclsm of the North. If retribution comes in this life, xurely the radical hounds nnd days will havo jiicknls of the a long fcoro to answer. Yet in all thtir deep poverty nnd dihtrcrs their hospitality and klndncsR to the eufferitig, puts to shame d native state. character tho Oh, Kentucky I Land of wealth and pit thank the beneficent giver of thy blessings (hat you drink not the bitter dres commended to the lips of these unfortunate sister. Think kindly of her anfTcr-in- g people xhen you rend of outrage perpetrated upon the worthless negro tribes which cat awny her heart. Truly everj sorrow best. heart knows its SroT 'Kw c post-belluof-m- y n-t- ran sale" PR I 'iiitb ilman i i mi n riiiVftrniininiiii - indif mm ii n .II....B tu iniiinW Ill t nt n m ihmm l1MI Tim r iiiIiiiiiiii nlI. y-W iSaSi i i - ill, i rjviViJ?r , Tlt.ll....,, fT r r.-, P& $h lf$ ffl& F US551 B?i fi$ Ono mllo from Owlngsvillo, Bath co , Ky., OPEN THIS WEEK AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF Of fmo blue groes land. Tho most of It is good tobacco land, and forms tho southwest corner of the A. P- - Vilson farm on tflato creek. Will sell cheap. For particulars call on J. M. Wilson on the farm for one week. . CARPETS OF EVERY GRADE lammotl stout of Wall ! By Far the Largest Assortment Ever Shown Hero, and the Lowest. Prices in the History of the Trade. am ai Decorations at Less Tlai 3njJTha Largest ejnterchant Tailoring . )? mmmmammmewmmmmmmtmwmmKmmmmmmBmmmmmmmumtmn if ' Prices. " and Clothing Houce in America. At) Vr vA I LARGE STOCK OF NEW WINDOW SHADES. ".' US : yWANAMAKER) ) BROWN, Curtain ) ( Poles and Cornice, AUK.OK-- Hartshorn Spring Rollers !; OAIiI?I3X BWEEPER; ' -- j V OAK HALL, Philadelphia. A C full lto of card samples of the great piece good stock wUI be fouDd with JLf Vil AGENCY OP i T. W.'EWING, SALES AGENT, o.-s- ? on Owingsville, Ky. Dorit Fail to Visit the House ivhen You Go to Mt. Sterling ': ' I f i Resolutions of Respect. & Ciliali Eveiiiii Post"! At a meeting of Bath Lodge, No. 65 F. A. M., held on the third day ot October, All the Xewi tor One Cent. ID. MLT. 31. CABPE1TTBE, i c CO.;t:i - I j 1884, the following proceedings were had. to wit : The Lodge having returned from the funeral of their late brother Til ford Moores, the W. M. appointed a committee consisting of R. Oudgell, Daniel Harper and A. S. Thomas, to prepare resolutions expressive of the sense of the Lodge relative to the death of Bro. Moore. The committee retired and upon returning reported the following resolutions whioh which were unnniraoiisly adopted, to wit . Tho undersigned committee, to whom was referred the matter of preparing suitable resolutions expressive of the seme of this Jodgo relative to' the death of our Brother Tilford Moored, beg leove to report, that Brother Tilford Moore was made a Mason iu this Lodge on the "6th day of December, 1857, and died on the first day of October, 1884, in fraternal fcllonship of this Lodge. Therefore, be it Raolvcd, That thin Iodge, by the death of Bro. Moore, has sustained the loss of one of ito oldest and faithful members ; that we deeply sympathize with the fami-il- y of our deceased brother in their great affliction. The widow and little orphan children of o.ir deceased brother shall Ii&tc all the encouragement and aid we as Masons can extend, in fighting the battles of life. Eetolvtd, INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS. Circulation mow 30,000. Delivered by boys to the house of subscriber in towns and villages within three hundred miles of Cincinnati, tho night of publication or next morning Masonic Temple Building, enDmmaaBUBwmmnmmBiamnBmeBMmmmiBmiT!mirrr-miBmmmymmmmammm- l I I TIGJEJIIXO, KENTUCKY. iiimii For O OentH a "Week By Hail 35c a Month. LatcBt Telegraph Xewnl TRY IT FOR A l.ntct Market Report MONTH. ! VALUABLE HOTELS other PROPERTY Public Sale ! Sharpsburg Roller Mills SHARPSBTTRO--, 3TX: Owingsville, Ky, SATURDAY, ' Agents wanted. Apply to offico Nm. 95, 7nnd 96 Iongworth atroet. For Rest and Comfort i WIIKN IN 17. 15, 1884. NEW ROLLER MILLS, with all the Intcst improvetl machinery, and will on the Oilell avstr-m- , keep on hnnd the following hrrwuli of flour. , ! MOBEHEAD, Don't fail to stop with Dr. K. L. Raine, opposite the depot, lean beds, comfortable rooms and the" table always supplied with the bct in the market. Terms as Now occupied by Tilford Moore a a low as consistent with first class accommo- Hotel, Exchange Bank of A. Sun and dations. W. II. Downe)' drug store. Said building has a frontage on Main street uf 73 10 inchr, and SALE! fet 8 is two Bturics 47 feetwith a inches on Court, high, i'uirwny one of the finest jobs of architectur: in the country, and underneath the entire John F. Stone, pltintff, building, suitable for barber hop, billiard JJgMIISt By virtuo of a judgment of the Bath erty will be eold with said hotel property? Circuit Court, I rhsll, as Master CommisA rear space entire IenRth of sioner of said court, on building, 10 feet and 9 inches wide and fronting on Court street, backyard, well of MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1884 plendid never failing wtcr, ami garden 71 feet b inches by 16G feet 8 inchc, hav the same being the first day of the Bath ing frontg on Coyle street of 71 feet 6 county conrt, nt the court house door in inches. AIo right of way over 10 foot N the town of Owingsville, Itath county, Ky., ley fronting on Main street. At the same offer for sale to the highest bidder the one time wc will offtr fur sale a splendid ninth of tho following described tr.tct of land, viz: IRON FRONT STORE HOUSE, A certain piece or parcl of land situate in the county of Bath, on the waters of Bald Eaje creek, being the same land nold with table and shelving complete, onid by Milton P. 8tone to Omar Wilson and store room ii ituatcd on Main street, v .'th now in the possession of Daniel Cmmons. 26 feet 11 Inches front, and depth of 47 rplcudid tfaid land ia described a folio ; Defin- feet 10 inchM. Ha tory containing hull and ing at a tkc corner with Geo. A. Whit- and second five elegant room. Ten t and 9 inche ney in Jas. KatlifT line, thence N fi E 2G 0 poles to a stake in said Ratlin1 ofithpie in rear of building will be sold tid tore room, also the right of way line, thence S 88' 22 W 01 poles to a itake iu L. .M. Stonn'a line, thence S 10 over 10 foot alley fronting on Main atroet. Alio the building W 2 poles to a stone corner with George A. Whitney, thence K 83 E 4 pole to a atnke corner with same, thence Now Occupied by TV. II. Daugherty us 1 d Express Office, K 13 poles to a make, corn-c- r wiihamo N 88 E 87 32 100 pole to the beginning, containing 14 acre, three With frontagcj on Court street of 37 feet 0 inche. and running back 68 feet. What rood and 21 poles of land. I will sell unc ninth of said tract of land is known as the old dining rooms will go or enough thereof to pay the sum of with said building. Alio $146 C.r) with interest thereon at the rate of rt per cnl. ner annum fiom 17th Sept. '82, and cost of al Said onenintli part of said land will bn sold to the highest bidder Fronting on Court street, 15 fret and one on a credit of six month, tho purchaser to inch front and running back 65 feet. Said execute bond piyal'le to John F. Stone, property will be offered for sale iu parcels with good arcurity, having the atno force as described, or all together. and rtTct aa a Judgment on which execution may isne jf not paid at maturity, and retaining a lien ou the intercut sold till said bond I fully paid, Owingsville, Ky.,Spt. 9th, IBS J. One-Thir- d One-Thir- d J. J. NESHJTT, M. C. Ii. C. C. V. B. Yoiwo, Attoruc). One-Thir- d The Owings House, Ie "CROWN ROLLER PATENT,' "MONARCH ROLLER," nud otiior hrnnds. Custom work solicited nnd will make Sliipxtuff lie. for sale. U a specialty. j That the Lodge Hall be draped in mourning, and that the members of this Lodge wear th usual badge of mourning for one mouth; that the Pceretary of the Lodge furnish the publisher of the tncrcor, rfna'thai 5 furnish the family of deceaped with a copy of the same. It. Gudoem. A. S. Thomas, A copy, attest : COMlSSIOin , "1 r Highest Cash Price Paid for - Good Wheat. & CO. .. j Ti 4 JJGE7?. HENRY t: Daniki. Haupeh, Committee. J. J. Nesbitt, Soc'y. KswSpring and Summer Millinery Havinjr just returned from th- - city with the largest and inct loct stoek ot Millinery (iood ever brought to Owingevillo, I most cordially invite the IsJIm of this section to call and look at my goods Uffom buying elsewhere. - ffOSIFElft r COIMIIE LADIES I FVom Fai' unci Near. I Will Give you Good Bargains I HAVE SECUltED THE SERVICES OK 01-10- 0 0 80-10- 0 M11S. S. A. M. BLACKFORD, Ladle ' I wW 64-10- 0 As Trimmer. I feel confident w can pleaie you in Trimminjr. sell you a pretty trimmed hat for$l 50 and $2 00, SITTERS eroUetlTe against ehtlla and and other dissasis ofamalsrla, ljp exists t4 Uostttter's Bteraaea Biturs. It relief eonttlpatloo, liver dUorders, kidney and bladder ailments enuinty and promptitude. A chance,with as gratifying- as it Is eorapltU, soon takes place n the appearance, as well as tho senistlon, oftoo wan and haggard invalid wno uses this standard promoter of health, and strength. rot sale by all Droggiat and Dealers generally. And Beauties from Six to Ten Dollars Wc have ! A GOOD OFFICE, large stock of Feather of all color, and hat of all shapes and priee EYerylliinE Perlalnlmr to tbe fTer Ko such Protection. Flowers, Ornamenls, and Millinery Business we ceturfd.- rhea-matU- I have a large assortment of all kind of notion cheap. it no trouble tu show good. Plsae call, - TERMS: Montis. MJR.S. 33. IVrixin can-vas- DR. W. E. PHILLIPS, In COlMIoSIONBR'S B. F. SALE! ) and Physician and Surgoon Looated Pormantly A in Six Months in Twelve Cash, Street, OwinfjSAille, Kentucky. 1. IlTiriVIjVlV, Owingiville. short-horn- yens active practice, he now offer his prafeaninual service to the citizens of this jilaco and urrounding country. Calls left at his reaidenrn on Blnto Avenue, that of F. A. Qoodpaster, or at any of tho drug tore, will recv prompt attention day or night. 15tf6v of 27 rradurte of Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia, and with an oxperienco ' Gommissionflr's 1WIII CIRCUIT Charlt Lewi C. Harden, Notice. COURT. , y J ruus-esm,- 'jlm-jjiiu- " Did you never hear lllnckhurn Well, although your llfo haa ben a barniii wnste up to (he proent time, you may yet retrieve u portion of It if you will come to town Tuesday aud bear him. ! after landing, If ho be not sustained jy astcru (nseof duly or a Iriumphaut tk jk? .hi.. J Add to thic, the fact that tho country ioiuu aro built of pino boards, gulltlets cif a Tin uhscribers of the Apostolic TisnM should rebuke the attempt of Its editors to drag the robes of the church through thn Ilmy mires of politics, ' any paint, the tloor bare of any carpels uitl Ihu whole concern preienllng thu sp. i sraiicjof a "camp," and you will wind ip by wonderiug what Is the uiatUir wild bo people that they can bo satisfied to live o, for a more miserable outlook cm hard-y- b conceived You ask bat Is wrong Notice, v, VIdcIla Harden, Ac, deft. J The undersigned, peo comtulloifr. to whom the above styled cause has btcn referred, will again hold hi titling in aid cse at the nfhea of ilia Judge of the Hath wiiiiiiy court, in Owingsvllle, Ky , on hu Hi dsy of October, 1834, sod will . Joiiru from timn to time, aud will clo thn amii on tho Mth day of February, 1886. Creditors having claims against said estate are iiollfud to present them to the under slgiif. at id ollictr, vcriflod nod proven according lo law, before thu liujt n.m.d dale, CJIven under my hand this, October 8th. 1881. W Oooui'AHrKit, ptclal CommlMloner BaIi circuit court. executor of 1 Harden, dee'd, plfl., a RlSTAURATrfr , icr7 ivc. Without a pritcndiug saiisf-tor- byducontinuing tb p.ipr. 1 ! LI'lorrr, sliogtthcr m." miiecc able to answer to tho hating Iven so hmf id l, A. STORY, Prop'r; Ml. NlorltiiR, Ky. The two last payments to Lear 6 per cent, interest from date. A lien on the properly ill be held for Ihr purchase muiiev. IU ing the only hotel piopcrty in 'the cuit court, rendered at it August term. tnwnof 1,000 inhabitants, withiu SO mitw 1884, I shall, as master o mmissloner of utcs of tho Jlig Sandy railroad, the opporsaid court, ou tunity to secure a bargaiu I a rare one. The undcrsigiud will be pleased 13, any additional Information concerning the the same being the first day of tho Bath properties offered, eithor in writing or in county court, at tho court house door, in peruon. W. K I'ATTEKSON. Owingsville, Ky, qffer for sale, to th highAV II. DAUOHEKTV, est bidder, the dwelling home and lot of 4 id B. F. Fratman, situated In the town Administrator! of Win. Began, deceased, Owingsville, 5pt. 24, 1884. of Owingsville, on Main street, and occu pled by Mr. Emily Fratman, and a follow, viz; Beginning at corner Sato of Cora of lot of 0. M. Curry, on Main street, thence running westwardly with said lot lo We are going to Ml. Sterling to live, and Water atreet, thenco wh Water street, eastwardly to the lot of Goodpaster a In order to getsonie money to hulp pay fur Barnes, thence southwardly with said lot property bought by uiu that city, vie will ty tho cornor of A J iiwlng'a lot, thence sell to the highest bidder on westwardly with said lot to the northwest corner thereof, thenco southwardly with Oct. saH Kwlng' lot to Main ktreot, thenco wcatwinlly with Main atreet to the begin-nln- g Our farm containing 63 aor, good bluu Till I very dcdrablo properly grass aud tobacco laud, laying one half having on it a large and oammodlou mil north of Hharpburg, Hath county, Ky. dwelling, all tho modorn convenience, out The CarlUle, JJast Unlun and 6'liarpsliurg house Ao , a film well of nover falling wa Turnpike l!oad l now being made through ter, and aiiuated In tho eeutor nf tho town this farm, dividing It into two lots or farm convenient to hiisinii. I will net I mut Onu piece ha about 00 acre, and th other property to tho highest and Iwl bidder, piece lis bo lit 'Jd acres iu it. There U u on a credit of six and twclwe month, thu iIwkIIIuk snd good barn ou each jilrt'o nf I purchaser lo execute bond payable to tho land. Thtiro Is i No 1 urchard, th ciuitniloner, bearing interest at the rale fikuty of never fjllin water for man and I of six por cent, per annum from day of beast ou each piece. You siu this farm IhI lo until iitir. with good Kourlty, having siirptable nf divUlou, and wu will try to I mo forco aa a Judgmoui, on whloli sell It in ijuautltk lo.iiil tho vtuhlugUi ' thu execution wav iMie if uot paid at tnaluri buy. A giHxl and prfi;t title made lo the ty, aud rulalnlpg ji len an ald properly buyer, with tutu .in I uudo kunvmuu until said bomlr are . d le. Thu the d tit da) of Rein ut 1S31. 14th. 1SS1 , M.VUO.VHEr M. OELL GtiObl'ISTr.H, M. C. B C. II T UCLL. H ouu,', atiotnoj. Ariifo of M. U Moor. II. F. Fratman' lieir Ac. J By virtue of a judgment of tho Bath cir- Fratraan' administrator against FRESH GROCERIES!! veryilow price, i Received for the spring trade and marked ilow 50 BAGS 25 Ckmcs CAHned corn, 80 oaaea canned Toinatooti, Monday, Oct. 1884, Bought when cofl'ee wu nt rock bottom, uhich I can uow sell prices aud runko n l.ice profit aOFFES t ioka!o 50 barrels different grades of Sugar, 25 barrels of Molasses, Canned Mnats, Canned Fish, dea-rrib- Pole Lull ifl y.t Cnned Vegetables. 35 caiK'n eauuejel 30 oaaea Assorted Fruit, . . jlvh ! .. - 10,000 different Brands of Flour Ilncon, Lard, Vegotnblee, Tickled, Tickled Tig Toilet purposes. Feet, ionp for Luudry and Saturday, 18th, '84, $ fc Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarltos. )m Three A Daisy Cigars for Five Cents. WoimIwi nnd K m I Full Lino Willow AVnro, Ohusswro, Qutitiiis.vimuuul Tiuwnro. plc- i ' fnllrprH-Osiojsvillr.v-fitut- ov Thu nlnivu a only n pnrtinl lit tif tho Uro stock which I will Uko uiu iu (jMiik I'rici'b lo thosn who nmy tavor uiu with a call. . B V m J? 1 FA Jparyains to Cash Customers, S. E. FRATMAN. f 4 i . . . jt ft Kg 1 !nciAruJitri,s.;curx.tjxj.jMgJfAJK.Trj Accepting nn invitation from Mr. J. ' ' T "J '" Al. Mitchell, ngnnt for tho Dayton THURSDAY, OCT. 9, I8S1, Hedge Company, wo boarded the earmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmmrmmnnu-iajly train at Mt. Sterling lust Friday morning and woio soon speeding on our join noy. Anivingnt Cincinnati, wo took dinnor, and at 2:30 boarded Plnckbnrn Tucidny. a Hoo Line train for that beautiful Corn knives at Kttinec'. city on the Miiinm. County court next Monday. It wiu our first trip through this portion of Ohio and so wero very Come to lirttr Blnckhurno Tuesday. much impressed with tho evidences of Court of Claim the third Monday enterprise and thrift evident on every in this tno.ith. side. Tho Valley of tho Minimi is thu The Hob White .cnaoii will open the richest nnd moat fertile flection of tho ' 20th of this hionth. State. Tho farms, all clean, well Flux is very pcrvalont in tho cnst fenced and wellj cultivated are very models of tho industrious, frugal husera purt of tho county. bandman's nrt, in sinking contrast Mr. David Jackson, of Winchester, with many of our own, so much i ichor is visiting in tho ooutny. by nature, yet from a lock of good 8ee Ramsey's now stock of hard ware, mnnajfoment, ho"t yielding one half the dividends. Thcro nothing is wasqueflimware and ahinuwnrc. ted. What is taken fiom the ground Thompson's & Kamsy's stahlo is in the way of cereals, is ret in nod again rapidly approaching om plot ion. that fall and wiHtcr or tho next spring, Died: At 1'eejod Oak on Thursday as manure.' Thus, tho Inud is conOot., 2d, Ran Moore, aged 28 jenjs. stantly growing richer. Tho fauns Sportsmen mil have un abundance arc all small and dommnud n in noli of fun this fall, as game is very plenti- higher price, per ncrc, than those in tho faniouB blue gnus section of our ful. own ptate. Tho hotiees nro generally Adie O. Robertson, of tho Fnl small, tho most imposing structures mouth Democrat, was in town last boing the barns in which the grain is Friday. housed and tho stock sheltered from M. D. Faris has bought the J. V. tho chilling blasts of winter. The disBoyd property on Slate Avenue for tance from Cincinnati to Dayton, by tho route wo traveled, is sixty miles 11,500. and wo were just two hours in making The recent rains have improved the ' tho run. fall pastures somewhat, but more is rni: cu.Y needed. is built immediately on tho Miama Rev. D. S. C. M. Potter opened his river and has a population of about school at Flat Creek on Mondny of fifty thousand. Here manufacturing, this week. in nil of its branches, is carried on" thousands of If you like to hear a good thing giving employment nroto broad, smooth woll told, como Tuesday and hear Jo. men. Tho streets clean and well shaded. Tho attractions Blackburn. of the place are many, too many in Ewiug Morris was taken to the asy- fact, to attempt an enumeration in lum at Lexington Thursdrty being ad- the limited space wo havo at command, judged insane. but this sketch would bi incomplete A large lot of second hand ecu ing were we to fail to notice the pride of machines, priced at from (5 to J 15 at all Datonians and iho greatest of nil We ate grcivod to announco the We refer to tho her attractions. John A. Ramsey's. death of our esteemed and EOLDIERl' IIOMK. fellow townsman, Tilford Moores, Miss Kannio Young left for Mis- This institution was incorporated by which occurcd on Wednesday night of aouri last week on a via it to her sister, Act of Congress. March 3, 1885, ii last week at about 11 o'clock. DeMrs. Thos. fitunted just three miles from tho city, ceased had been confined, to lu'3 bed " The weathrr bureau Fays a cold and can he reached cither by mil or by an attack of fistula, from which ware is said to ta coming. Wo would carriage, over one of the most beautiblood posioniug ensued, for two weeks. like to see the wave. ful drivis in the whole country. Aa It is hard for us to realizo that one, Miss Nannie Reed, who has been one outers the grounds a scene of who a few bhoit weeks iigo was so full lovliuess burets upon the visiting Miss Jo. Ewing for a week or of life, so jovial, so companionable and viii jii. Broad lakes, shaded drives, o, returned homo Mondny. wiih every, pi.ospu.ct of a long life, has green lawns, flower gardens more ex- passed over the dark river. But tho Died: On Friday, Oct., 3d. the lit- quisitely beautiful than anything we wnya, of Providence arc inscrutable and tie child of Isaac SIiouso, at Salt Lick ever behold, cool, leaf embowered grot- ulthough the heart swells to bursting two and a half yearn. aged toes, through which ripplj niiuiiturc with poiguinut grief, it is said that wo Any of our subscribers desiring the brooks, filltd with gol fish, fountains must bow to the rod that smites us nnd tend weekly Lonisvillc Post, cau get throwing foith fep.trkling jets of water, oxclaim, "Thy will bo done." We club rates by applying soon- deer paik?, imposing brick structures, all sorrow with the bereaved, devoted together with tho long iowh of Married: At the residence of Elder wife and her orphaned children. and btoad nvonues, all form a Zimmerman, on Thursday, Oct., 2d, Wo were surprised on calling in at Tadg Gilbert and Miss Lucy Bailoy. scene of Arcadian beauty imposiihlo John A. Knmieys hardware Mure to to describe, but onco seen always to The creek was full of "bluo wing" form a pleasant remembrance. It see the line of biccch nnd muzzle ducks Monday and sportsmen from seems that ono could live on and on loading single and double Guns he bus town ueccded in killing about fifty. hero, oblivious to all that is pasiing in on hands. They compriso :i lino of Brooch loads, Haas Hog Remedy, sure euro for tho bus world outside, but wo were the cclebra'ed Colt? Club told that tho inmates become restless Parker, Manters, llollis tto itc. also bog cholera. V. H. Downey, and discontented with the indolent life the Davis and other single barrel and 16 agent for Bath county. they havo to lead. They are fed, inplo barrel breech loader, in fact a Married: At the residence of Mrs. clothed and quartered 3,50 to at tho expense lino varying in price from fianford on Oct. 7th, by Elder Crouch of tho Government, and remunerative $75,00. He also has leggings, gun Mr. Dick Costigan ioMis Kate Mar employment furnisnod all those who casce, crimpers, loaders, fillers, field tin. desire to labor. Tho Home has at wipen, cleaners, fine line of empty There will be a fair supply of win- - present about four thousand inmates. and loaded shells, with full lino of ter apples, but owing to the continued No one goes to Dayton without paying amunition. His stock is a credit to the hot and dry weather they will be a vitit to tho Soldiers' Home. In 1882 town, nnd wo would adviso parties there wero 159,03d visitors and the wanting such goods, to give him a small. number has been increasing every call befoie buying. Sarah, aged six years, daughter of year since. Time pressing, our visit We call attention this week to the Jas. D. Atchison, died from a n attack was circumscribed, in consequence of liberal offer inuclo by that excellent ot Flux at Wyoming on Monday which we did not get to inspect half Daily Journal, Tho National Demomorning. the beauties of the placo. Wo hope crat, Washington, D. C. Our sub- Mih Annie Lee, o Owingsvillf was at somo day in tho near future, to pay scribers would do well to avail them, visiting at Mr. J. F. Trurnbo'a in this a morn protracted visit to tho Homo, selves of tho same. Every good city several days the put week. Sen which is well worth a pilgrimago to Democrat is called upn to aid tho ' - ... Eye Opcnor. Now o To OwingsTillo Outlook. i. " A Trip To Dayton. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' -- Local Matters. not sprout from tho root. The ground enn be cultivated within eighteen inches of thu fence. It h so strong that no unimal can break it nor ti amp climb over it. The company's plan of operation is briefly, as follows: Tho plants ate not out eight inches apart. When thin is done n payment t 25e pel rod is duo. The second year men nro sent to icsot any plaiiti that may have died; 25c. inoio per lod is duo this year. Tho thiid year 20c. inoio per rod in due. Tho fourth year tho plants nro ready for what is termed plashing. Tho plashing is dono by removing the ditt, cutting tho roots on each sido and bending the cano at an nnglo of 45 degrees, cut of ut the hcighth desired, and four lines of bathed wire nttached, fastened to every cano by a staple. Now you have a complotc, stock proof, growing fence, and you mnko tho last payment of fifty cent? per rod, making in nil $1 25 per rod. By tho process of cutting the rooU the plant is dwarfed, nnd is constantly patting out shoots from the topof the stem, filling every, particle of spaco loft by transplanting and plashing, so that not a single hole, largo enough for tho of a small pig is left. Our rich soil is peculiarly adapted to the growth of this fence nnd when it is introduced, will speedily como into general use. The Dayton Hedge company has been doinir business for twenty years and is financially very strong. In Tcnnesseo the compnny has plsn-tecounties. its fences in twenty-eigHere is what the Clarksvillo (Tcnn.) Tobacco Leaf has to 6ay. "Thcro is no estimating on tho ndvantnges ef such a fence. It will certainly increase the value of a farm fifty if not one hundred percent., for it is everlasting and needs no repaiiing docs its own lepaiiing continually growing and thickening up, and will not destroy or damnge tho land like the old way of hedging, as porno suppose, becatiscd dwarfed by cuttiug tho roots when plashed nnd no sprouts put up to injuie the hind." pas-ngo d ht d Work. 2b fAc citizens 0 Jhtli and surivundiwj Below wo give tho Democrntic country: I tnko pleasuro in" iufonning the penplo of this section thdt 1 havo just openod tho largest assortment of fall and winter goods over placed on this market Tho latest styles of dress goods, in all tho fashionablo shades, and at prices lower than ever before known. Tho dry goods department is complete, whilo in boots and shoes I can neat tho world. My stock of ready mado clothing compiles everything that is new nnd nobby, nnd I can suit you both in stylo and price. Tho goods nra nil fresh and new, and will bo sold nt tho lowest figures for cash. An inspection of tho stock, h solicited whether you want to buy or not. Thanking tho people for their liberal pntronago in the past, and hoping to merit n continunncc of the hamc, I am, very respectfully. . 't.'VY.'IJ- - Si.usaiut. Certificate. - At tho Bolicitation of. Mr. J. Al. Mitchell, agent of the Dayton (O.) Hedge Compmy, We visited that city last week, and carefully examined a number of fences they had planted in that vicinity. After a thorough examination of the merits of these several fences, we feel no hesitancy in Buying to tho farmers of Bath county that we bclieye this company havo successfully solved tho vexed "ftneo question,'' and that their hedge fence will bo tha fence of the. future for thi locality. Its cheapness first commends it, while the liberal nnd fair terms of the company, it seems to us, is sufii cient guarantee of, thir bonc3ty of purpose and implicit confidence in tho virtue of the goods thoy offer for sale. Iuquiiy also developed the fact that the Company is thoroughly responsible for any and nil of hi engagements. Tnon. J. Youno, 11 FrtANK. A. Goodpasti:u. J Fi-kli- i h i 1 I H 4 5 1 bnr-rie- ks 1 -- 3 ,' 11 ' v I I , I duel-Democra- J Hon. John P. Salyer, of Wet Lib erty has resigned the office of Elector of the 10th district on account of con v turned ill heath. Hon. J. 8. C. Blackburno spoaks at the Court House next Tuesday uf tarnoon at one o'clock. Let there bo a good atUndauoe. Butler Donaldson, of this county, bought' the widow Turner's farm, near Winchester, containing 110 ncroe, Tuesday, for 160 per acre. (nee Mollic Con- car,) who has been viiiliug hnr parents at this place for several usckH, re turned home last Tburslar. ?' ! j ,v Mr. D. 8. Wood, 3 x Don't forget to call on Stein when you come to Mt, Sterling. Ho will be pleased to see you and sell mi any- thing in his lino at lowest price.". went to Dajrton last week in a slnppod at a red hotel, c:il in chair and heard (lenurnl Logan things red for tho Democrats. iWe 1 '4 i now celubrated steel imilx, which mly beun in the market rixty a41avt given such mlifactoiy ruaults, arc tube found at J. A. Rum Ly't hitrdwurr ,t.re. circulation of tho abovo mentioned But the primary object of our visit A correspondent is desired in was to inspect the fences which had been this section. Sen advertisement. planted by the Mcssors. Thompson and Ramsey, OAYTOM HEDGE COMPANY, our enterprising livery men, will havo and to g ve our impressions of tho same. Mr. F. A. Goodpaster, ac- their stables on Slate Avonuo compleknowledged to bo ouo of tho neatest ted by county court day, and will be nil who farmers in tho county, was our com- prepared, to accommodate may favor them with their patronaco. panion on thu trip, and tho certificate There is plenty of room, and overy-thinwo gave the company, published elseis in iipplo pio order. Give where, speaks for itself. Wo inspect havo your and them a call, rid a number of fences in tho vicinity horics well taken euro of. ot Dayton and from this inspection we All my Bath and Rowan county :ire more than convinced that the Day friondn nro invited to call on mo ut the Ion Hedge I'Vnco is, by overwhelming xlds, lotli the cJwipttt and the bat popular clothing, and boot and shoo lc co for tho farmers of Bath county. hourn nfT. F. Rogois, ut Mt. SterWhy? IJftcnu&o it will Inst for ages, ling, Ify., to inspect our immenso iiHuded ' ho only repairing being to itoek, just received, and marked at ' eep it pruned, twice a )car, a labor ho vory loweH Eastern prices. ivliioli a man can porfoim at tho rate Youia Respectfully, K. SrniNbCiiNUimnt, ' f a mile n day; the Jcttinl cost poj rod h Ion than any other fence; the Formerly with L. R. Slesscr, Owing are k arranged that the farmer villo, Ky. loes not feel thorn, being in foiirannu-i- l Tuesday will ha a "Rod Letter" day Ahflignce. payments, or while the fan on is You can find al J6hn A. Ramsey's br the Doinncrauy of Hath, becaueo uluo of growing; thu incroabo of the Dlhckbmn, thu cloqnuiil exponent of hurdwnro Mom h full lino of wagon Thu mooting at Geo. L. Coylca on farm, in dollars per acre; the sav- well nttondod Ellite rvjhl, will upak to them. spokch, buggy nud spring wagon spokes, Sunday IkhI , i ng of about ouu iicru of ground per P.irkor, Ziiumuniino and Crotich line of coal and wood nnd fe)loj, touguc, shaft Aa,, Ac. ders See RitniM-ytoo numerous inilti, and other nitons nod beating stoves, and get ;o mention. J. S. C Blackburn, United States held norvico. Water will not wath it Tuk your hem puper. i i'cny nir wind blow it do in. It dcs hie rr.ee before buying. fwk.Lri" Tutidsy. pa-pp- fe. r. g i i i I ' pay-nen- ts ( ( Mr. C. II. Hoon, our popular and enterprising furniture dcalor, has just purchased a large stoqk, preparing for the fall trade. He keeps the best and tho cheapest, and can furnish complete outfit for house furnishing at city prices. In addition to his furniture department he has the finest stock of undertaking goods ever brought to this section. Tho well known reputation of Mr. II0011 for honesty and fair dealing, has gained him a reputation second to none in Eastern Kentucky, mid clothing.over-coats- , For fine custom-madthe low prices at which he is selling boots and shoes, nt rock bottom his goods, make it an object for any prices, call on Steinschneider, with ono desiring to purebnso to call on him. Ho is foremast in clinritaWa T. F. Rogers, Mt. Sterling, Ky. enterprises, nnd we nre glad to learn To the Farmers of Bath County. that ho is meeting with tho succe.'s be Tho fence questiou has become- an so richly deserves. item of interest to farmers all over the Letter Lint. State throughout Kentucky, and more List of lotlcrs remaining in the Pott especially throughout the blue grass OfiiccatOingivilledCy., Oct. 9th, region of tho State. We frcvuently hear tho question asked: "What shall 1884: we do for fences?" Timber becoming Henry C. Cnnn, MjsaJnno Cauddl, fencing Wm. Hunt, Davied Mitchell, R. A. so scarce and high that in that way costs moro than the Richardson (2) Persons calling for any of tho above product of our farms; wiro fencing is not a success, as our stock is in danwill plea;c say "advertise ." ger of being killed or crippled by it. A. S. Thomas, P. M. Now, the Dayton Hedge Co. como to Now nnd Into designs in coal vases you with twenty odd years of experinnd coal hods at John A. Ramsey's. ence in hedge fencing nud offer to Mr. Geo. P. Stephens wishes us to build for you a living fence, ono that announce that he will have on exhi- will last for age'.and at but little more bition here Monday A Tew colts, tho than half tho cost ot wood fenco, 011 This such easy tonus that n farmer can pay get of his horco Lo Grand jr. he docs thinking it ,wjll be to the in- for it and never feel tho cost, as our terest of broedore throughout tho coun- fenco is paid for in four payments. You ty as showing tho tnoritofhia hoiso. pay as you seo tho work progressing, Do not fail to sco tho colia. holding two fifths ot thu nionoy in your hands until tho fenco is completed. Wo call tho attention of ojir citizens Wo guaranteo you stock proof fenco. to tho professional card of Dr. W. E. Wo already have miles of completed Phillips. Tho Dr. conns highly fence in your State, which a number not only as a good citize.n, but as a good physician, and wo solicit of farmuM of neighboring counties will eco by tho testifor him a liberal hare of tho publiu havo seen. You mony of somo of your best citlzous pntronago. that wo have what we ropresont and Our young friond .W. S. Gudgull that our fence is all wu claim for it. has accepted tho position of U. S. Wo have established an agency in Ganger nnd will enter upon thu dis- your county, with J. A. Mitchell as charge of his duties ii a fuw days. mnnagcr, who will tnko your or lor for Wo congratulato him on his good for- fencing, and answer all iuquirioj you tune. Undo Sam is u mighty good wish to innkc regarding our fenco. paymustcr. Hoping to receive the liberal patronage of the farmers of Bath that we Como Tuesday and, bring your havo received from your neighboring neighbor to bear Blackburn speak. counties, wo aro, h will sell coal at either Preiton or Yours Truly, Salt Lick fetation by hu car load or Dayton Hkuok Co. delivered to tho consumers in Oninga-villo- , NO TICK. by tho wagon load, at the vury All porsons indebted to the under, lowest prices. rigwd hh trustee of L. R. Sliwu, will J. M. Colliveh. wet tie thu sumo by tho Wn made a littln mWtuku last week plcaso pay or latday of September, 18S-I- and if not in paying that John A. Ruinsuy bnd nrMtttlod by that time I idiall bo $75,000 gun?. Our banker tells iih paid compelled tonne. Inwo can't buy any of that kind. F. A. GOODPASTER. stead of 875,000 read 75 00. e - committics foretell precinct in county nnd uigo upon them, m good and true members of thu par will und uirucl ty, to go to work with such oignuizntloiis in their several precinct as were never known before. This is a year big with events. The prospects of our party wore never so bright before. Tho Democrats everywhere are bold nnd aggressive and pushing the fight, whilo their opponents aro cowering and whipped. Let old Bath bo up nnd at thrni. This u no time for pulling luck nor throwing cold water. If you arc a Democrat, bo one, bold and manly. Assort it in public and in private, on the highway nud by ways, in the field nnd in the You nre thrico armed, because you havo your quarrel just. You are battling for n great principle and ngaiust tl party whoso leaders have, systematically robbed and plundered tho people for years. Lend not your' countenance to fraud and dishonesty by supporting the least of- - them but do your duty in November by voting thu whole- ticket nnd receive tho reward of. an approving conscience. When the smoko of buttle baa then elenred nwny nnd wo sco tho foe, rout-oand discornfitod, fleeing on every side, you can bet your bottom dollar wo will have a big time. But, here nro your committees: OwiNCiHVii.i.K. O. W. Ilonakcr, T. F, A. Goodpaster, B. F. J. Young, Poiry, V. B. Young, J. M. Brnthor, Isaac D. Shrout, T. C. Owings, II. II. Ewing, John F. Johnson, L. A. NY. II. Williams. White Sulphur. Jumps Alloy, Tom Pergram, W. T. Razor, Jack Williams, John Daniel, Thomas d Jock Crouch, Daniel Downs. P01.K8VH.LE. J. C. Cnmbell, Geo. Geo. W. McDonald, Isaac Clayton, Garner, ,P. O. Collins, Geo. Jacksou, T. W. Crouch. Wyoming. J. B. Ilonakcr, W. N. Smoot, J. T. Atchison, Lee Rice, Jas. W. Grain, John W. Darnell, Dr. Mahal Wells M. P. Collins. Betukl. J.J. Smoot, John Rogers, Abb Anderson, S. P. Baird. Daniel Palmer, John Gudgell, James Fletcher, D. 3- Trumbo, Wm.McCray. SnAitpJinuna. Waller Sharp, L. S. Rogers, Jas. K. Denton, J. R. Bascom, Newton Ratlifl', F. M. Berry, W. T. Duckworth. Pp.estok. Jas. T- - Crooks, Perry Oakley, Wm. Anderson, John Jackson, Wm. Rcid, Piesa Barnes, Richard Gaructt, Cad Iugruimm, James Ballard. this, 11 work-flhop- . d The Bayton Hedge Fence 'Phu OhoupoHt, rJThe .- I . - m Strongest., rJTho IVIost : m JLura.i?lo?. And the Prettiest Fence in thu World t 1 P tifylug and eneIuS,i!l',Br farms with our Combined Vfkrv Hctlgo Fence which Jh concedcdV" " lSe handsoni-'- t, tlio hst and most durabla fenco in tho world being a livhiR f?ncP'tn,ld .Vltli proper catc will lat a lite time. We comnlete thja the coat of post and rail fence to tho flatifntf,ion f jiiirchfuent, and at abour one-hafence. It will outliHt "..lozcn post and rail fences, and will cost lca to kef p In per- feet order tho onlyBpcjarr attention to the hedge fenco aftor its completion btiijg an occasional pruniBwhich can be done at a verv oninll outlay per rod. lf flKoncv in Wu dcflru ty announco ,0 the farmeis of tilth county that we hayo itblihed nn th. Mr. J. A. Mitchell aa Managor, for tlm ptrpoae if beau Hjtliont. . u f , Mwauww P DAYTON 1IKDGK CO., in. Mil iiii iMi-- wii... Dayton, Ohio. ...... J.. ' K ! Ig Bag Old Reliable Drug Store C. W. I 1 1 HONAKER, Owiiift'ville, - - JKeiituclcy. LARGEST STOCK AND BEST GOODS 1 Good-paste- r, LOWEST PRICES. DKAL9 ALSO IN STAPLE AND FANCY I 1 Rag-lan- Best Brands of Cigars and Tobaccos and FOR MEDICINAL USES. WM. MofJuy GROCERIES. Puro Liquor SUA W, the celebrated I I K W, Paris Miller, has recently at the enormous of 528,000 in cash, rcmodM hit Mills by aiding the fined and completed ROLLER PROCESS, Qictc 'are and it is as needless as to say thai U I m W ft The 33ost is die TVXills in Iventucky, w to tdy tftut Billy Shaiv bat miller. He dtae this occupation nearly forty yean ago, and has pursued it steadily to the present time. The leautisxd qualities of his Flour bear ample tcdimony Iff wt W he fact that he tparcs wither pride nor ezpe:ue in his businea. WE ARE AGENTS FOR TItESE MILLS, AND HANDLE TRY ' 'SIIAWS FLOUJi" IN SEVERAL DIFFEREN1 GRADES. jf IT ONCE, AND YOU WILL USE NO OTHER. RIG GEN & GOODPASTER, 1 1 "TTTfe" RICHARDS, Staple and Fancy In tho Wm. Richards Honso, next iloor to tho Court House, Emeries, KENTUCKY. . i m J. T. Kirubrougha nnd opposite OWINGSVILLE. it I ft Will keep on liuinU ut nil time full and fresh lino of Sugars, Coftee, Bacon, Lard, Eloar, Tea, Spices and Flavoting Extructs. Tho largest und cheapest line of M Goofls ii Ton, id Fancy Goods ii all Varieties e I 1 If 11 The Fluent Line ol Clours antl Tobuoco. ' Special attention is called to the FRANKFORT FLOUR, foruhich-are the sole agents a) this place, ue handle all grades of this Flour. ileadquurlers for I'orcigu and Domestic Fruits. Our stock of French Candies nnd Cukes you will nlwnys find compltU Wu wim t it distinctly understood that n will not be undersold. Wo return thnnks for putt fuvou, und nsk a continuiuico of the eaino. I B W S iFiREl FIRE! FIRE! HOFFMAN'S INSURANCE AGENCY, Largest in Eastern Kentucky, and the Best in tho World, Companies I I 1 I. LOSSES PAID - - $26,968 Contested Claims, None.. ' Head tho Jiist of Companies, In No Other: And Take i Volicy I I E K K H B H H ; Hoyul, London nnd Lnncafthiiu, North Hritihli und Moreuntilo. liiHiiruiiCii Company of North Amnrici. I'liuoiii, of London. FiruinuuV Fund Coinpnny. ' NiiiKr, of Now York. liurtfbrt, of Mnrtfort. Sun, of IvQnilon. I h- - ' w.-- Spriiufmld. Livorpool I i I Travelen, of Hartflvd, Apply hy letter to A. Hoflfnmn.nt Mt. Storlinp, or to Judgu E. V, Hrwhir ho n ill hi CMiigavillr, tu.ulin MilictQUt t it London it Glolio. plfd H K H H H K 1 , , !lHwHHllS9B9KiHiSISHIni I WlWBWW.IB'JHIVJBWWBWS!l-'J1IU- Owingsvillc Outlook. TimitsDAV, J low Care of .Sheep. The winter euro ol'tlio Hock is where many new sheep men make mistakes. It is no trouble to keep sheep through tho HUininer, but often inexperienced flockniuter. loso half their Hock in a single winter. Tho reason of this is cither caielesiiess or ignorance of the sheep. Tho most successful euro of sheep cannot bo undertaken without suitable stabling. This is tho lirst and great requisite. Theic is no use try ing to luep a sluep tin i vim?, and at tho same timo have its wool sat united with water, with the temperature down towaids zero. Thou, afrcr seeing that you have sullieient shelter for your sheep, tho next most important thing is lo sen that there is an abundant supply of hay and other foiago. The hay ami fodder must bo early cut and put UD ii Hi" very best condition. Wjth these p.'liniinaiy preparations a flock of sheepf""1 hoc wintered safely, cheaply and jFolItibly. With i,od hay and propij '',j(,el. .HliUc.p require but little gtaillJTlieso facts should alone detcrminSjvory shepherd to provide proper sfjding for hem as nil I ICARTEICSL "NEW GOODS"! m Main Stroot, WIT Read Democrats, Read I1! YB JIIOXTirS j 1 1 K ft f 4"r. ). INS I. (inn. 1 (o If Audio n pills', STERLING, KY I0II ONLY TWO J)0LLAR8. The lirnt tiling you tin, wlirn you j,'n out gunning with another hoy, is guard youix'lr airainst aceident. 'I'lio beet way to tlo this it to udmol tho oilier boy heforo ho ha timo to load U gun. Then tako holh guns to the Jicnrcst creek ami throw thrin in. Throw tho powder nnil shot in after them. If you have nny matches about your clothes, throw them in also. Then Htnrt at once and go homo as fast ns over you can. Au if you aro under 18 young, tho chances aie, even with these precautions, that you will get both lcg and a section of yotn back filled to the brim with bird shot .before ydu reach homo. "How?" Goodness only knows how, my mid ; I don't. I have often wondered how it happened, but I never could ncor tnia. I am not hero to advance in The National Daily Democrat, A Inrgc 28 eolimiii Democratic daily npv.pnpcr, conlaining all Wiuhing- ton events, local, general, foreign and polilinil iicwh. Will ho mailed Uj any address from now until Noveiuhor .'lOlli.for only TWO DOLLAKB. We wlnli to plnec the Nntioiial Doinoerat in tho hands of every ,'oorf menv Ixr of our party, and to tieeoinplith that end liavo retlnced thc'stihicriptlon price to mcro co-i- t of hlanl; pa pot. Ono Hiilucription f'tco to nny jicrson fond- ny ih tlnco MiilHcril)cr.i. Rick Hcnilnrlio ami rrllovo nil llm tronMM Inr to n bllluiM etnto of tho tyslt in, swell bs Via-lnr- i, Nan'ert, IJrmvsliicfrt, J)itr(nnftrrciitlntf, JMIn Inthotllili!, Ac. Whllo tliclrmonttisuark-sit- u euccccs ha) been shown in curlnff OUftE Have opeiicil tho innit coiupk-t- stock of gooiN ever hroiitjhl to thin niaiket, and nl the lowest priccn ever known. Anioiif,' the ntoc! will bu foiiiul nil ijinilllltw of Cliambry Ginghams, SKW STYIiK Sarsuck. P reals Itcnlr.rliP.Tf t CsrtrrVMl tlo Llrir Tills are Kin filly irnliiihlo in Constitution, curing end preventing llilgnntvjjrin'fconiilalnt, vtlnlo fhry iiIbd correct til llorilcr of tlio Ptomnch, ptlmnlatu tlio llvir sad rtuulato Ilia l'owelo. JCveu 1( tlicy only carwt SIM illitn-siiliij- I i. lICI.T,NlIEi:TI3rN, C'RASJJIKH. Lawns, linen Jjinvus, Figured and Wliilo .Sill: flrcna-iliuci", OI,l,OH3Iltl0HlH. Wo desire a nod coirr?pondcnt in thin eo- (ion, to whom a fair price will he paid. Pitmiiis applying for caitl ponition niiiFt ciic'o.o two dollai-- for .nWeription. in order to ohfain eredcntialn. 'Tho anioiint however, will be credited as soon in identity is eMahlifdicd. AddrenH, A. (JOHI)ON LEWIS. T'ulilMicr of DAILY NATIONAL DEMOCRAT. Editoiial Houms 2 Con- jtich St., W'lfhinyton, D. C WAirnm i f - Arlir they vrnnld bcalmopt prleckss to thpfli who f complnlnti luit ennr from thld notincl)itie,nn(ltliona 111 find tlaso little tillti vnln- vi lui unco try thorn blnlnpowuiywnysthnttlicywIllnotbcwIUljiil to do wltUuut tlicm. Jlnt nftcr nil tick head ti fe Mh 4Ta W I.incn CIiccIjh, Cnlton riaiils. Also Hlack l)rc tlooiN, Jurcuy Cloth, .Serges, Hunting, real and iniitntion Nun's Wiling, r All wool Austrian CropcSsDrapdoAIinns, llcnrioUiis British Ottomans, Figured Satius, Novelty Suits, ' i f W$ $h All wool maids, OittoiMTtap Otiitiiinn, lMnitl-- 1 genious theoiies, but merely 'to state told facts, and 1 know it to ho a solid truth that a hoy with a single barreled gun twice as long as hiin.-ocan man ago to shoot himself in than moie onco than a man with a seven shooter revolver. And am T going to buy you a gnu? Ye?, lam; sometime in the lo il' vacation, when time hangs heavi ly on my hands, and 1 think I would enjooy entertaining you by by picking shot out of your Jc;js with a nntpick. "Hut you will bo careful with it?" So is a woman very caieful with an timbrella; my son, and yet science is tinahle to account for the startling increase of on man every summer lf - In tholmne of to many liven llintbcra M whcr- - '! tnriko cur Rrtat boast. Our 1UU cure It whilj Others do net. Carter's Llttlo J.lvrr Tills nro cryrmfillnnd vcrycaiytot&Vf. OnoortoiilllHmnlondoc. Tliry mo rlrictly vecuiililo mid do not (jrtpo or Jisothrin. JinlnlsotSScwils; flvo forjl. BolJ ty druggists every where, or sent by tuall. CAKTJBll WKDICINE CO., New Yorb Viirce, frat &; Bel yes, Gray it Plaid , 'Jurkiilt of all irnilci and 'iiialitic-il.aiiplotsi, white and cicain colored, colors', Madras Lace Mt. Sterling, 3Ins-,vnf- i)i;.!,cuiN - Kentucky, 1 K Wt M butbytliclr poflMo fiction ticnfflllxvh' New Lines of Swiss All our embroideries in Hamburg . economic inciwuro. Slock Farm. Hamburg Embroideries TT K Senator Jiauud, in a speech in Tin: svax mnvvv, Brooklyn, N. Y., relorriuu to the VIA WAXlfLXG'J'OX, Mulligan letters, said: "If any man can doubt after reading them, the CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY guilt ofMr. Ula'ne, particularly in Tho only Line i mining view of the last 'fn-swave of overSolid Traln9lfh Pullman Slecpino Caw, whelming and damning evidence,' ho I'KkM could not understand tho pioce-'- s of LOUISVIIiLi: AM) LKXIMM'OX Mich a man's mind." TO WASHINGTON, There i.s Mulls, and latest r.pliyr (liuliRinii, combination Silk Suitn. HUininer hillis, black Hilk, etc Complete liutVof lioiiery in nlk lisle thread and cotton, in tdiihlietiV. miseM' and ladieifi' Hi.ei; full Wholc-iallino of CAicuIuicrcH and diiiting-istoik full and complete at low price. cvcrl listing, Jik'j:mmiu'. Timtstro. rrooIt'inrnrc. Ntorra, 91t(lie "" timtlh 3I'Jtd f hiihd Dfv.u. IJjicIutc V'lont I)rllL, '!n;jnisijj fSulKj' S'ioiiH, iron. Stci, Tt'aJI.s. Ac. fi,r the C'lijnsiz A fecial agent I'lirni-r I chenr in lie etitintry. oiiti uitiH .lsji.u,-.ii- t' cml Ii.iki- - burner, guarnnteo The Jewel Jtnngis ii thu linet cook alirv Iiuiilc-ifiia-t'4'J- noei ai nn hwd eol WMt ot lit AJU K Wt W' Wt Farmers and Horsemen When yon want anything in tlio A fnU-liti- ! Kloro ou Auricullurul tit alv, ny on Jianil. . JJMifcn l"irri .Ij: himI J.ocnuf. ir-r- m r ri- i in whim K an cleiiR-n- t in a man who is and in ull places. the ridiculous connecting tlircct in IViin. depot for graceful at all times Ilalliiiiort', I'liiladoliilila anihVcw York. ol Through the (iraudct Sconcry in America H ANLY & JWDY, r ' I I I Harness and Saddelry Line, -(- 1 The Obi I Story." There is a wide between gossip and the intelligent discussion of character. X The only direct line to 50 V A S. Schedule in efl'ect March IlOth, 1884. T II IflIXI -- JO TO EUGENE MIMIHAN'S, J- ; I $ I J .J f 1 J ' The Philadelphia Times closes an nitiele on the stumping of I'rcMtiential candidates as follows: "Since- 1872, no Presidential candidate has venturcd to imitate the disastrous stump campaign of Scott, Douglas, Seymour and (lively. Tilden, than whom none could act or speak more wisely, was stubbornly silent dining his niyinornhie of 1.S7G, and IIa;,es, with feebler ability, had sense enough to imitate him. In 18S0, Gai field in- chned to air himself on the stump; hut Jie was snppivsscd early in the contest, lifter niNveiitiiie at Cliataiujiin, and thenceforth he win silent as Uaneoek, the gallant soldier who fell in the conflict. IMninc is now about to add nil- -, other to the lit of Piesidential iinfur- dilates who iiiMst, upon singing their own jvolit'Cal requiem from the stump. ie has gieat skill, ability and eloquence as a campaigner, hut he will nly multiply his own already great complications hi the Western States by his appearance as a party orator, and, unless all p.'i't experience is at fault, Ids campaign on the hustings will lie the lirtrliuigcr of his defeat." 1 X . , S3 Commissioner's Sale. BATH CIRCUIT COURT. Kxclmngc nnil iVjuxit I!:uikof' Uwin-ville, ns-'iiit s E r'X- -c 2 5 2 . : s. 2 2 ! 5 5 - g- 5-- ii 5r j 5 5T j- - - h I I' t 7?. 'v - 5 E c 5 3 ri: s- i - .; MannfiU'tnrflrnf tho Kentucky Fprinfj .Satlilic, style, Fine llaine.-f-, wagon and I'lo-.- Trinimingi. lso dealer iu. Kiitl Saddles of every " 5 3 3 - - ? 'jt t'cr., iilfl'n., ! In Ivpiiiv. S. S. J .Vc, K'fl. 1 . iuln'ir., pltR, !' tnjaiiKt lvlu"- ., lofl- -J B. V. KraliiMn's The imdeivincil, liy virtue of judnu-nli-otin- Ihith rin-uicoiirt rindend lit tlie term, 1S6,! 1SSI, in the , will on ahorc entitled V.. V-- . rmtiiiiia, riatiii.in, . . t i; j-c 5 . ! . : . ! K:ii;5i;4.--5 5 S . '. iciiiiuomicnii cl s. ii c c y. . o o - i' ;i ; c -- is js Collars, Ilaines, Chains, Bits, Wliijis, Spurs, iiruslics and Evrytliiiig in the Saddelry Line. i Tiazn WEBSTER TRUSS ROAD WAGON The Stroiifjrd, 3iwf Dumbte ami JJett Wagon nn ,' market, and guaran- carry mon-- e might than tui.v unytrn made. Thu uMi of the WEBHTKll WAGOXX ure viatic of the best hickory, uith imu truw ml under each axle, thereby incrtwditg the rircugth wry malei inlly, und adding little or nothing to tnt The '.' and -4 invh wagons kum lira 1 7- -8 uuda and 3- -4 thick. weight. iced lo i- lieii-Ae- SHs555-:-- 5 3 -- 1 Mail Ordcro for Saddles promptly filled, and every warr.in!d. f f - t eiii-os- 1 iOCo u Icir. z s z ScrHBHSHt j o t: ii c li- ct!i: 255 ; .-- ic it lis-- i a. -- - wc-i- ' o ii " a x y, TT Monday, November 10th, 1884, (comity court dav,) at the court house door in Ottinirevilii-- , Ky., oiler for snle to (lie hihcht liiddir on a eredit of six :uid twelve luonthe, the thne tory In irk store hoii-- e and lot on v.hieh r.i:iinlff on .Idler-ni- i the cornel of Main treets in Owinsville, now in the occupancy of S. V.. I'ralinai), hoimdc d on thu couth by Main on the east by .IeH'eron street, (hl by H. I). I.acy's lot, on the on the mil-Ilby .1. .M. Xobitl'N hit." e The piiri'Iiaxcr will he iiquired to e sale bonds with j(""d security, I'erry," for the to the pluintil!', li. ainnunt of hit judgment, and to the for the remainder. Said bonds from day of beiiriiiK iiitcn-saii'l of replevin bond-- . haviiif; force and -l oxc-ruljiay-abll iii ti j. ii j. i; j. ii o li' li c c ;i J c v ii i . ! i 'n mmiv" fsv,s.ii; a r, o r. .. -- c HEALTH AND HOME. VrASHINGTON 2. Sworn Subscription List, 70.000. Edited by W. 0 , monthly paprr, and is de.votcd tu Tliii' is a larpe, eiht-iaj,'e- , domestie to health ami homo, iiuiuine, cudul I'verythiny niediciue, .leiciici', liteiutnie, r.rl, ceonoiiiy, eonken, hints on health, dietetic", lor the' hoys, nod every realm of modem limey work for the ladio.-.- , pnzzle-jnirify nioruK and that tend to improve henlih, preventj make home happy. forty-eoliimn- f '. H MALE, 13. D. -- Evuvi) Wagon i ml told ui lun a any firtl-cf- Fully IVarraiUed, mad. ' , i r, l. i ai wagon it l'rIi:li'rEtiriPfi 3 HAWLY vvpcTjTjitrx!.'g?rgi;-y-j'ti:i.y-;i.v'y-'i:'.:,Jg;- & JUDY. .m,..---- . i lisii o' riiJii" w(iioiiiir. -- iSM-csJ-- nii oi:-j--uo- 5i:i ci5--o;i- .iiii i'O 5 CC c 3 H - d' M - SUIJSCinPTlON PliICK 50 JOTS rEItYEAll (Which Adi'rcMs, U p hmi ..i... jxj'.j g r I t "r fr tv9" s 5 5 5 C.1 i-- i 5- - 555555555 O -- can he tent in IV.tnyo .Stamp-- J FrOftlon, Ky. My Mock of .'oihI-jtry Mote, will lie .ii.irj.ins. i , eoiL-istiii- i.' - COOiS.. lirit-eln- ."Dili, 18SI. He Was Captured. A THANK A. UOOIH'ASTKi:, Master Coiuuii-hioiH-K. GcnoKM, .1 'o.s-- niul II. L. .Sro.si: ally'- - for plaintifl'". r. tc li ii ii ii ii -' ,,. KiiO osi:::ii '. ! li ti I. t! " J i;o i'O - li i c h JIHALTH AND HOME. WttBl.iiifiti.il, i). O. ; III ) I Mini IniiuiiIimI littlu sufferer immediately. )u follow: II ,, .Main Stn-- t, JtillhiliK III u bllik Ui lue limine .( pond iijKiu it, mothers, them i no i.rmr lo UulUr, Uicimv X 121 I. i,i s pioj niiitake ulxiiit it. It euro dysentery ih.Us tu ulnn In Hutlur'. ifnti lo 311. iSloi'liiii?, - Kciihu'liy. lot IHllllUr 'i, thence N 7J V :lOH-00- i and diarihoea, icgulnti-the afximu-WV not in All work wmiiiali-ilmii. in .lone in K H rrort' line oorm r and bowels, curoH wind colic, by un. ixulb-i- l lit, and tu lot niiiiiU-- 2, tliiiwv s : V Hrf 'J no the gum, red new in.hitiuition, ami jkjIc l a KtuU in iSmlir'a line cone r to iiuly ask a trial. kuid Crow, lluiiiv S 7o .Vi K 12 IK loo! give Ume and i .i the- whole! pidmUi iho j .Mrs. Wim-ion- ' tyblom. Shilling! Tliumld UmU "i iiiouyli tin r. of will ' sold Ji u(of.iiid li i iis tin- sin,, ,,( Hyrup in plin ' pVt'i l.'t. Ihii-iU 'Ibr puieharlll sitl nut to tho tiiNtu, and U tho prcucilp I inpiired lo boin uili Utuxl Miurily pay .it In tin ioiinnl,,i,,i r tion of ouo of the oldo.t and i fo. iMNriiiK ioierenl from time, timing the ASH Mil. male nunand phyieiniw in tho folr mill ellwtt of i lilwlll ImiIi DlHtiKsvilb', Ky., fllllh, INKI. Uiiittul Kluteu, and in fur wtlu by all ';. I. V A' I. aoODI'A.STlW. Nbw Oily stylo .Munli-drugguts throughout tho unU. loiiiiuiuiuiier. K. lit iii 1. A .Si in, Ally'. rJVJvV-- 5 .10 W'l'li" bottle. ' r llutn Central time. Noh. and 0 run ibiily cxc.pt Sinul ir IUehin-inof the Hath circuit court, rcudi-u-in the hi'twi-eand 'lifton Fori;-.-- , an I entitled 'Ib-- i between lliiutliuton mid awful fcld uj) thcio," remark above will on cue at the August trim do 18SI, nut inn between (.'lifton l'or't- and cd the (flicir ditcouragingly. Ihiniiuxton. Nos. .'I and I run daily through bvtw-enMonday, November 10th, 1384, "I dmi'f earo for that." , l.'iulsi ille, nd "You'd have vciy little to cat, and ltii huiuiid, mid do not stop for local b, i bonne llis-s- . (county court il.i,)at tin I'lillmnu sliepiiu; ears and si li you might htarve to death." door in Ouiiix-vill- f, Ky., n!t-i- tor h.ile to trains )m I ween Loiiisi ille and Viishin-;ithe highest bi'Mir ou a ciedit of i. and Ciiv iiuuiti and KiclniMiid with, ui ' "That wouldn't bo pleaniitt,'' ' liloiillu, the following tr.iclx of land silimlc cliitiiui', tlio visitor. fork of creek iu lialh county. on t Niw. "J and ri, daili Ashland n I "I chould Niy not," returned the The lirt tract icuuiilcl as the llorci. Clifton Foil".; No. except Siiiiiitlnr fr iin 0 Clifton to Itiehliioud; No. fi'exeept olliiccr. "And you might bo eaten by Cnov dowir, com. liniiiif eiht : .Sunday iuri, mid I'iiiiimIiiI n Kieliiiiond and Clilli n your comrade." nt a slake coiiiertu looduin and S 'J( 1) iyi ('. iV O. Sleeping earn run on Niw. " and o "J5 that so? That would bo tough." lotx utimln rs I and 8, jKdcs to a l il.e in Auderxiu'H between Kicliiiiuiid and Clifton Forge. , "And then," continued tho oflii-erto lot nutnlnr .'I, tin nee X i:i 10 Iv No. 7, (Xiept Sunday, leave" liiinliiiL;!. u ' "you wouldn't seo your wife for tine AS 78 100 pole to it stone toriii-- lo Ander-nii- i 10:20 a. in., arrive Aslilmid 10; 1.1 a. m N in Itoyd'H 1' No. H, exut-li- t Slllnlav, lenve Ashland years, or, jwstibly longor. You know '(() UO mU'i to aline, iheuivISoviI'hISJ Wcorlint- ntuiii hi :;') p. in., HrriU's I u ii iittoii 5:1.'. l.'t 10 'V ,TJ ner lo lot 1, you can't take her with you." 0 No. II daily, t xci pt Sunday, leave Ml. stum- nruly U y v, lot uuiuIh-i-1- , to "Wcll,"ielurmd tho old gentle poles toNa li.) V ioiin--) topoles to a stake SsU rlliiK :!' n. tu., airive Ias1iikIoii 7:'-'-o IIu Ivwa In nIn for iuntrin.irk.. ami Imi Ker..v.J n lm. fort" II ie t I 1'ilK if lil i.ic a. in.; arrive Cincinnati 11. JO n. ui. it ml. muirr , no .t . t .'llM.ll man, after a long pause, "guces you xaiiii., tin act-- X 10( V Jti poi No. I'd duily except Sunday, lenvo Cin- ' 0 IUC l ft,liltirurtt f i1,itr arUtt from in ton ti II'.K..II .. I hi lo X Ml J W cinuati ll:.Mo p. in., i,.i 0;0'i p. in., "Ih iim..lir uurt fci.. ! '...UiL. ...if can put my name down on your books. '.'.'j it slake cornel ti.iine, rliili.ui. T' lo '.j I i. r.K.Ti iciiJ il fn 10100 poles tu lb. lnKiimllitf. llhilie I'liyi litnl'iMi'nlMll till l v Ml. .Sterliue; 7:J.") p. in. ,r tu'inpit., . t Your lust argument captures, me." .(,.... Also one utliii lontiiiuiiif; seven Old Iloininion Stenuii-iwill leave either Ukm. lllRl" .in r lv , ,I... J . Uttt.i.t, Uii. . II 'f ".'.'. nil 1'IUJUU. ''wii urns l.einx lot niimk-- i plat iiuiu-INew-New York dnmmd. or Noifulk on Mondiiy, r -- ( which was allotted to 1'iescill.t tl;OU Tiiewlay, Weduesil.iy or iS.iturila at ' mid houuihil im follows ; lleciu-nin- e . in. u tal.e liuru mm ou plat, corner at ratcn, tickets, liaKitnji1' I'li'rku, apply auvk.'i: .mothi.ks. to llcnilrix in Iluller'n lim, iIimich N 47 to any olliee of C. iV ( ), lt'y.; or or Arc, you distuibed at night and bro- W ;i.fi ' polis to a stake in llei.di i liclti l ollice of cooiiectin lines. ' lino comer to K. K. Cinw, V. thence C. V. Smith, ken of your ret by a sick child II. h V4 W JJ hU 100 jh.U-i- to n lake in K. j (iel'l Manlier. A)t. lieu. aijd ciying with pain of cutting Liow's line cm lo lot number I, ui K ;1 2H llKI iIim to li utiike ill Hut S tc.olh? If bo, scud at onco and get it number ihuuuu N bottle ol Mr. Winslow'a .Shilling Syr- Ur'fc Klliw coriu-- to lot to i hi-loo t'iAImi a:t miothi-- iHii.K one up For C'liildieii Toothing. Its value lr.irt which w j ullotti d til Ui-lh. l'li, niul ilisiiialul MJ lot is incalculable. It will the nuiuUr of pl..t nuiiibirU, coutuiniii U - middle aged man. with what ap peaied to be a load on his mind, the Arctic steamer Thetis tho other JSATJI CIRCUIT COURT. day, and teemed interested in what ',. e Crow's aduir., plaintifl', 1 he saw. r iixiiin-In Kimlu "Say," he saidjto tlioofh'ceron deck, Zie G'row's i Ac, J heir, "I'd like to go on the next cxpedi-"I- ' 'J In- nnilerigni-'- liv viitueof a jinli;mrut vi.-it-- (Joiinuissioner's Sale. ii i. :i s ucc u c i. r- of all that conn tisuallv kept in a full and will h- s 'Id at tho lowent jxunbla Ctiiintn pruihieo taken in t xchaue. t'let-h nil I f J ! 4 ci:5en;ic oc t Je.-.- st . 18 A DISEASE, 'iTTan'iT T j ! I CQx.TJ A.TTZ3 tr.iiiM run by CVulruI of Iluntiutoii time. Muii: line trniim run by Kastei u lime, hich is one hour f.ist-- i 1 I n i pok't nml en:: i e cxisHy ctirttl toy mlwil:iltitcrli3;r Slnines' I tun now prepared to supply all unlets for coal and salt in any quantity and h will hu regulated !y the quality wanted always, howoror, at pi hot torn, SALT. t iQLDEN SPEGIFiG. It cull be i;irr:i In n cui if coQ'oo or ton XTltliouitlia .nionld'tr nl I he person tuKIni; Jt, n.ul imII cflintn jiuoily null prrinunent euro, wl.etlmr tt.e pnilellt 1j u i.loilerato It linn lieon !rln !;i. i or iin iilriiluilli-freel- . firm la thoiiKituiln of rinri, niul In ivurjr Sin )ia;tMt rcniilln fo lion oil. Tho jutinii n lmpr.'Kiiiiiiil Ull tlm Sjiaflllc, It hermiiri nn ultvc lmjiinnlliUll' for tlio of llfiur niipctlte to Ut. Tim lirmi ben umiln tenipcrntti mini p In their irlio 1i o tnl.iin Hip Goldnn Spo.-lilniul riIi'.'!i nlth.iiil tlu'li- Knou Iivllnve thkj tj u 1 ill lnUllif;of llirlioll n frro will. ?lo ImruiCiil rilootk ratult fruiii It n.lmlmiitrotliiu. It puiit'.sb r.nil enili'liei JS.-imIr;i-Kiir- iU y roars. rj.Ay-L- i jh-ii- ils, boauds &c. 1 f I - I j i Ciue-ilinati- Wa-hiiit- I keep on luuul and will supply mi shrt net ice- and in anv quantity, pott ! !'.-- . ImanU nnd t..liiu-ctlai have eo.ivei.iriiet for wcihinj; rrjg. and itho j;o.h1 lots enliven it Mind ntnck on ii rplrmliil pait ( LIo.t-- ' ieni lo shipping t ' , !)7.'t-100- i , ' In my hluckuniitli .hop will alwav. lie fni'iid a workman. Fnrmfrs haului- ih'ir whent to tliesi itioti e n take l:t k a -- upplv of winter coal. In iatt, I inn t'.e rii 1. man in the i..'.t p'.t. e, an! if "vou mint anvthinu in my ' .1. W. COOK. ilu't f rpt fit--ei-i-- . 1 I j, " I to-w- it txig3ccvcrvy;oa-rxr-??-xnfrvcv- ' I llii-uti- 11.3 Viln'i-1- , I1-1- lini-corn- nl!i7 iidrroiinai'jc.iiiiit Inrltento i.celjti ull llif orr.nnn of illi:elloii. t , lrou li .ill tm i lue- ii ue i.i it 1 : llu-iu-e- llu-nc- 1 tiibiipttl - rir piMldrrl; ffiiNCH'K'.iii. r nor. ll.i t l'tcldtt lir Mail, I'mtTRliI, . f no rstlitfM at Obo Orilfr, Hruil mi).-ii'- r Nlo-ii--by llxkiklrrnl I n.-.lAiI,Ih S'ol, or llil . .'Hi t j ..I hut th ptrijmrito iulllr llirmt ny . itu ry ens. Tuo . otlfcli lialr M.v 'tlllklft ll' li V r.ti!l-Flcj-- .i '"' cr Ktfrll. ei i''i.,'-r- i 1 ll ir.i.'l lii y u.. ut i' Mil) ; ing . lllVlilA I'rtl) II ilr.M f'.rni and D - I ilBII b$ I 8l!MlJilpZJvl iiil cemii'leli'ly irfiuiilrU. l'o-ti- . $3.00 - iir-- r tlit-lii-t- ' . ;. cioxioiiinr r.tropt, Clnolnnotl, O. oo. Htnoiii'ia IU3 Raoo li'ulr peliont. U(evj? llr, l!l'rii, .1.0 J l tilooA In tio ctit'ro system Iu tltro tnonthi. Any may bi rritnrctl tu suarnt I'Ul vh til "lit froui I t i I J liIfBU' li ii tliln: I'O pomit'le. 1 or I eiualo oinplalntrt U.om I'UU Iiiito na rfU. I'll;, iliimiK uio tlicm for tho curocf I.IT1.U .ml lilUM'.V elliusi. iol.l evorywher, I J, el.i- or lent l.y n ill fu." iri. Circcljr free. I s. J i'lNv).v .; CO , noifn, Mim. Ami pi i .on vim toll tiil.o chictjo tho 1 OH I C rf 3 Sa asllsT ItronrlilSN. MkBtuJ. jii-os I 2-;. , vr.-rk- j-- jF ' t -- with iriiuiuiiikl) niuiluU tru to any i r W K1 t' lA i;, v. li FTOH tlSS!l;,l ii i L. X r' f II. i to tit-p- hl-lU- MifK-r-in- . tlu-ii'-- rn. 17-- DoRiFiiiiisii YourKfeildrGnl r Harry Campbell, i , cenl tt.r hi1 l) Bllil n n;l v .t tnvnl, n I ii.a lile l..j of ;ilili.' 1,'riiilrt tlml will juifc ymi in the win of iniikitiK more liiouev iu :i lew tlttv ih. in )uu tlioiilit Hnwilie ni unv ( iiit:il nut ieiiilr-l- . liuttiit-fo- . Wo will Hurt toil. Vnii ciin Murk all the time or in ihiii tlnui mil). Dm work is uu.rt-r-il- l 1(1 lLaL will muii ymi w S " jt gI -l lr!,JwJ 1 Li ' V TJ t,--? !'i Vi INT ua ; fl -i rrQn, A"'-"- . k 4 r.-.- , ,rfri-.- ,n3. p h i i ,: t!l ii- I i tLfr M ra m lii ,N. JOHW-liW'- ANOnVi.'E LIIMf'.lliNT j ss .. tKK 1 S v n. ' K. u. - ;" I", i 'r'' " "' ' . iwino4. I.:raiit (. w at iM lerci ji JE ; ier 1M ..MKl l.H .'. .r. .rr. ei.4mi lrlvf.ru,l.i; ' i.un... i tl r, i ....' 11 .1 turi'llt'. fey DM AC u ItSii I c UJUI, U.US. mh iJ S 03(1 U., feS ! ri HI ' ir 2i I kl n Kl wm S- - Mil.iiliil to Imlli V"ii eXi j : cm e.iily euro from ! V'liiux anil olil. V) i m 1 jMwr liEuGIMT . - eMli iiiii v I ulk-r- , TAILOR, ilia 'llmtill tin-iiu- hu-ii- n, who UMiitwiiK lit uiiiki) this uuiir-illn- l l euliS') i f .'J. It MiiiV,U..,fb ul Ufl-l- A - ' Mift-n- t' b- I i Killing iin. I'n lurtienlnr, ilinli'ii, Oil' ent (ue. rurtllllea Will U- lUU'U l. ih".. w lm tivi llnir ulii'lu timw to tliv . Iv ulirw. h'in'l viik ( i.eiit Mtiil mm. A'l-l" riN"N' V " i I' .nl.ili'l, M .U ne. 1 . "iieciiu-iili-iiliil- ni in nil n lm ml $ tu n fur tile tioiiKli lull iniitivil ' uiwvia78ntacgt,Jxp;,4xiBtn cholera, lir. .nt ltii umlli m,It.' t. rr. ranttavtlW-y.J- k &' 'STAR PLANING MILL GO. TYLKK I I B I - I - CliiMren-Tuothiii- g II l fctli L4 "f .,(.. J.it) niir.lr ..'i fiUillf ..f Willi' till! lllimt I'l' lltlt I I lllllltu U- - I,.i. I I I it I .1 I'l' "I "i llplilliil.l il.t ill. lo . i i il, iu I . tirii'i I.I U'.i limit n.-- l I mid), rd i n-- t of Umk TJim ir,T5il,trClrt,,",''J lrTh l"tw 0, nil Hie 1'r.N.iiUuu Mtl8 Mm S ( i l.i I .Al.'' J It. il i l.l-i- . t 'I'liv liiii'-l- , hiiiuiauliie! ioi-ou- r Ar HOBKllTSOX, illanagers. )llMI'lri,l.ll.'l'l lilHIV rtiiorlniT. . I ft K ml Kr ul. l"i le.illl I'L'.-ii- .IIiiik 'in- - ill II Imiik iii Vim l iriee. hi-nun- i i i l.i Im-- - iJKlSEN'S lilNQVIUlNT IS SAPU A R1JMB1JY llccefi IIikiK I will! It. Hilrlil n I'l run. ilit. All llitrllitfi'lil rlV CHI t ii. lm- it fne. 1 1 K,' K'OrCHl AND lt)oi..UouliMiiKs. Sitli. ntliitlr, Al, jniwr-LAN- s WltWaood ill 1 W. LICIT ii, t'ulll.lllil, L- - Mlline. li'M I!i KSSl-'il- Itoiittllui,'. M',iiI!h,p ) l.S ISlt , Urn-Kfs- Plolorfiiij IftV. T. roil LEWIS etitiitlilK, .illlle. Hi 11 imiucN. s Stitli-Mii,W Shiiuli", Ve. 1 I.alliw, ('villus, my ill uur In. II, Mr l.lll il 1 AND RELIABLE iJm.HU- hi flic Ol JUMjK. PRINTINC,rc:fr n-- mii:.n vjMni,si !vi?r.KHLAKV SUIIUNOX WAHKii JUI.IkS, KV. Uurc-iI'mIi iiioo Ul)t;,-k-i' l ni 1 . - ..Hi. t AIT. hTKJtWKU, ANDHKAS'i! li(. nb, macuisjc uor. inflHl tfr Huettiiii'i 1 n nil blutlt of Kiml.U- - ' 1 mmmmmmmmmiiimm ''AMR wmrw