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I IMMII.ISIII'.I) HVKIIY TIIUIt.SIMV.
I T. ,1. Y()th(J, KniTOu.
M Ofllco: 2d Floor HwImb'h Building
j Democratic Ticket.
9 i'ok i'kixiiii:nt,
j (MJOYKKCLHVKLAND.Nou Yoik
I roil vict: ri!i:smt:NT,
T. A. HKNDKICKS, ludiann.
3 l'nr Member if
MANIC ruWKHS, of Curler.
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J Cleveland, Ohio, litis had a two mil-.
What lias Income of (lie talented
yiMiii.' Democratic Elector for this
district? It is high lime we, were
a fiom his bugle horn.
I'M Piciee, Kh iuinebtirg' rich man,
win in town last week, looking alter
Mr. Wiiil.twnrtli'rt ilnce.. They .ny
!liuii is awful rich, hut oh, nn! how
The lalest inlelligciiee iihout the
Mormon complications in Lewis conn
in that notices have been
posted un trccFordct ing the Mormon
oonveits to leave the county, under
penalty of 'lcnth.
waigM w imyruM3Bim
Instead now nays, "nil we have to
tjj do to elect Maine is to cany Ohio."
J Mr. with the rest of the
" well posted Kopuhlican leaders, is
, pinning to realie how Mr.
Jl JJIainc's chances really are.
,M The piimary eontcM in the Kigltth
M District, on Saturday, resulted in the
JS nomination of nor James lb
jM McCieary, over Thompson and Dur-
'"JM ham. McC'reary in naid to
!B a bar'l of money. His majority is very
mm It is lcpoited that United .Stales
fw Mini.-ter Morton has with the knoub
'tjB edge of Prime Minister Kerry, inlima
IB ted to the Government at in
:9 that the time is opportune for
can mediation between Fiance and
J5R When convict labor wan used in
J building f lie Chesapeake & Ohio and
'19 the iwUiimoii of the Kentucky Cen-
?mF . , tral there was no talk of calling out
K" the militia. If JJaih, Montgomery.
imm 1 - Clark and Madison could stand it,
Wm vhy can't Mulilenbur? The Sun.
IK All of lnines biogr.t pliers are si
lent :i to I he time and place of his
jM maiiiage. This important event has
-'IB nlrcady been proven to have taken
jM place in tlueo dill'ercnt States and as
JS many different times. This naturally
. -JB excites, eoiiimcut.
JB The gient Huntington railroad
wm fern connecling the Atlantic with the
JaB Pacific is now compl.'ted. The last
ySm -pike " ,nc Vallev road
)jB connecting Memjihis and New Oi leans
- Jfl was driven Saturday. Mr. Huntington
JH now has a lino over four thousand
48f Ironi Ncwpoit News to
H Theie is lutle iloiibl that Mr Hani-
t '"-Mm Mt'' ' Tilden'r hcnlih is lajiidly giving
' ijjj& ii way. This !, the true why ho
HH declined lo accept the iJeinoeratic
-MM nomination. The htory about hi.
B gambohs on stairways, and leaping tho
,3m cow -lot fence, which we heard some
$M iiionthn ago, lo have been
;U juirely a matter t imagination. The
'Mm nerd not bo Mai tied at any
'Mam -lime to hear of his death.
sjBM Our Republican brellireji Jheld u
m slimly attended mass meeting at the
"tM hou.e on'.Satutd.iy evening for
m t 'I'" of selecting delegalefl to
jjM.Jfc allend their Congre..iioual conveiiti.ui
'mW '" '"V'Hu. "' tho Dili. 'Inn. Me-
:y Cue win selected to pioids over the
$MBm delibeiiiliniif. of I lie meeting and W.
JmJSl rtf ('"'l,'1l M'i'utary. All
'i,"'j wlioallcml th'j Maysville con-
Kn venlion fiom this county wcio
L tilled delegalen. No instructions weie
JB I'llcieil. The delegates weie icOjiieuled
jt t lo Vo,u 'or ,'"! """,l liv'ill'l man ni
,S ' tor a caieful survey of the lield.
9 The nomination of lion, Win. II.
SMF Wndnwortli by the Heiiublieau con-
jJM venlion at Maysville, on Tuesday, urn
!li s.uired on the lir.st b.illot by iviiniii "f
Mw n'M l'ving secured the injuUitu
WjfflL of iiisimolcd vole.,. Mr. Wads!
Mm U(,lt'1 ,l",H M')M ) ml dies to loop
Uif ''"' 'r"'lM "' 'VuH'rietii'b labon. Thu I
WV lallern iiicnds will resent ihu
vlv tieo done him by liilnr uiihdrnwiuj,'
Ml 'l1''1' up""i I"'"'" alto-
MmW gutliei or giviii" up a very lukewarm
'mmml uitielu. Wo Horn of thu opinion (hat
JBB !lhoiioiuiiialion ol C'ulberlMiii wa llni '
H' hlinugokl one Ihu lu'publiuaiiN could
H nniku uud iiio ii'Jolewl that it na not ,
flR I'oweiti will Wh!uoi lb '
9H 'lllUlliiiy (ImI lit M- UiiUtlMilUK lliljilt. '
That Maine would go Kcpublinin
Men lay by a considerable majority
has long been conceded. The
however, i.s not large enough lo
net as a ijmeiul iiMpiralion for the Republicans
in I ho IVsidontinl oonlent,
if the cnlimate" of the lesiill icceived
up to this writing ate approximately
accurate. J'ari ol l ho Republican
was lo roproHMit that tho Demo-orals
wire making a disporale ellort
lo carry the Slate, and it few
Journal'', having more regit id
for party bunontbe Ihan for character
ni newspapers madu the
pretense that live Ihousand majority
for Oovernor Robio, the Republican
candidate for looleelion. would be a
Rlaine liiuniph. The truth
seems lobe that the made
nothing mote than a perfunctory campaign,
while the Republicans made a
vigoious light to phcII tho majoiity
for effect on lite November struggle.
Many speakers were drawn from other
Stales, and the canvass was practically
un 'or the skillful diieelion of Mr.
Rlaine himself. A candid study of
the news icceived Monday night does
not wariant the belief that Robio'n mil
Jority will be giealcr than twelve,
thou.-and. Later returns may show
Ihat it is sniallei; but even if they
should make itn few Ihousand larger
it will not bo what the Republican
managers in their heaitn hoped for.
Wc have no disposition lo distort the
liguies or make a biased a alysis for
paity purposes. Brag will not win.
The truth is essential on party
grounds, as well as on general principles;
and we hold there is nothing di
outraging in the truth to the Democracy.
A brief review of Maine elec
tion Mn lis lies is pertinent. At the
Statu el'ction in September, 1830, the
fusion movement overcame the Repub
lican ticket by l&J majority. Ex
cepting that election, there is an un
broken line of Republican
for many years. The Republicans
carried the State for President in
187(5 by IIS G8!J; for Governor in 1877
by 11,517; for Governor in 1S78 by
15,1 lo; for Governor in 187!) by
for IVfident in 1880 by 8,808,
and for Governor in 1882 by 8,872.
About the year 1880 the
of office was extended to two
years; hence theicwnnno election fi
uresfor 'SI and 188.'. A correspondent
of the Philadelphia Times, who has
been on the ground consideiiug Maine
K)lili cs, lakes up the
elections beginning with 1808, and
linds that the average Republican
would mark about 21,000. W
tho Maine election this year is to be a
great boom for the Republican nation
al ticket, the majoiity at Monday's
election must be very much gi cater
than the Republican majority in 1880
or 1882. According to the news received
un to this time, the parlies
hold about the same position toward
each other that they did in 1882,
mathematically speaking. An in
of .'5,000 in the Republican majority
could probably be more than
accounted for in the increase of the
total vole. Governor Robio, a man
of no especial force in politics, seems
to have been able to carry the State
in 18S2, without an ununiiul political
excitement, Ivy a majority neatly, if
not quite, as large as that ho receives
when he has theaMstauce of the Republican
candidate for tho
a candidate iie in resources and
brilliant in nianageinen!, with every
incentive to set a rousing Republican
example in his mvn Slato for the encouragement
of Republicans in other
State. The retains indicate that the
prohibition amendment cariied by a
large majority. It is icportcd that
Mr. Hlaiuc, in the light of
sufliage Monday, declined to vote on
the Prohibition Amendment. lie
does not regaid it as expedient to commit
himself on the prohihitlni question.
We believe that Mr. Joseph
Rciihou I'oraker took a similar view of
the question in ihU Slato hint ye.ir.
N. H. Mr. J. R. K. was "loft"
Charles J. Fo'ger, Seetetary of the
Tieastiry of the United States, died al
Guuuvii, New Votk, Thuisday afternoon,
at a quarter of five o'clock. His
illuoM him Imoii announced in dispatehs
for teveial days, but it was not anticipated
that his death was so near at
hand, and the nous is received by tho
country with surptiHo as well as regiel.
As mi oflierr of tho government hu
was regarded by his associates at
I Washington as an ImuuW and
tent man. His pi i vale diameter was
j that of a gentleman his habits of life
simple, ami all his minimus with
TIhm.IIIco of dm Kentucky
Railway it to be moved (mm
Leiiiglon lo Clay City. Oil. Mcniiutt
II. Vniing, of Louisville, has been
placed iikiii Ihodirieloiy, and It !
unili'iloMl thai n numbir of Ivutuin
and Cauadtiiii unpilalinU Imvo In lien
la Htu hMuoUtnok In (hit uilerpriW,
niwl will put up tho fumU fur iliu 0uin
J'biMi ul the tuul,' DtWiy.
j Southern Imposition.
The ol thu present South
j em Kvposition at Luiisville, Ky., ha"
lite inoit sanguino exptcla
liuiw. This great exhibition has been
ojh'U lo Iho public only two weeks,
yet lite atlondanco has been twenty
two thnuuud greater than lltn eorres
ponding period of last season, when
the total attendance for sevtnlynno
days was seven hundred an 1 aiveuty
1 1 is a fact spoken with onthusinni
by all who have lite Southern
Imposition of 1881, ihtit its exhibits,
mimic, and pyioteeliuics, as well as
other special featuros, arc far superior
to any over nttcnptml previ nily by
any enlerpii'o of Mtnilar purpfse.
Jt is lints rcfered to by David A.
Murphy of the D.mviilo Tribune:
"Tito great LiuNville Kxposilion is a
delighllul surpiiso to mo. 1 had expected
much, but (he half had not
been told nio. If is wonderful and
instructive in all its parts and must he
seen lobe fully appreciated. 1 could
not describe it if I would! I bearlily
iliiit, uei man, woman, llllil
child in Kentucky could bo persuaded
to vinit it. Long live its model
Colonel Rennett II. Young."
Encouraged by tho Ireincnd jus audiences
and their enthusiasm, present
at the S5,000 competition drill of'Iat
week, the program mc committee have
resolved to add special attractions for
the future, among them a base ball
tournament between league and nso
ciation nines, on the largest and handsomest
groundsill Amciica. A pigeon
shooting tournament begins September
l.r), and then will follow exhibitions of
live stock, including running and
horses, short horn, and other fine
cattle, hogs, sheep, etc. JJecs and
honey, horticulture, ll iwcrs, wheat,
elo. , will all be shown as the Ex.o?i
moves on. On Si ptembcr 2.'5, Gil-mo
re'd world-famous band will succeed
the great Cappa and his corps
musician", whoso program men
have caused unbounded enthusiasm
since the beginning of the sciimiii.
The following description will enable
tiio reader to lorm a fair idea of the
character of entertainment, offeicd at
the Southern Exposition of evenings,
it being set as the programme for the
night of Tuesday, September Oth.
A grand Radon- Radon Concert and
illuminated livening Fete, will be
ptoduecil, at an immense in
the Park adjoining tho
Ruililing. Tbeautiful grounds ill
Iw illuiuinatniy ten thousand ol i
Paine's pattnt, piiciuatic lamps, audi
numerous lanterns artistical
ly arranged among tho does over the
entire Park, and in various selected
beautiful devices, mottoes,
and other features of beauty will be
placed, the whole elieet being charm
ing beyond ('cseiiptioii, and hitherto
only to bo in Iho far-famed
European resoit, linden Radon. The
effect will be Fairy La id io, r xlu 'ed,
delighting the eye and charming the
The expense will be ruble, a
special ciops of having been
ordered from New York to assist Mr.
P.tino for the occasion, which will be
the most novel, offer live, and beautiful
over in Aiucricr.
Myriads of variegated lights, enchanting
Fairy Fountains, Kiosks, all
in one bin.) of light, will cha'ige the
Pail; into a magical seucoof beauty.
A grand pronionado concert will he
profortued by Cajipa's baud. "The
Rliioksinith in the and the
celebrated battle piece, with a chorus
of one bundled voices, and
eirortn will fuithor enhancu the
intciost. Tho "Fotest on Fiio," pronounced
by G'eorge A. S.tla, in the
New York Times, as tho great
est sight of thu kind ever
and given only once bel'oto in
London, leeeiving lite of piens
and public, will bo Introduced by .Mr.
Panic, the celebrated pyrotechnist,
C I' 8'rut,'M in in Clnibia.ili thin week
laying in lux fill and iiilcri.ii.rli nfh'ouiU,
V lnul :t hileoilil r.dll Siuiihiv, wlilch
wan hailly needed, us ntml, hater turn
ery sou ice.
Lawn Iiiik iiiiiile mi n. foment
In JiiIiii Suiiiot. Ilavii nut learned the
ainiiiliit of hl fiiieliedia4,
Miren mid Alice SeriiKn retiirneil
lioine Kiiilny idler it urek'n vUlt to
lelutUiw in ciauily.
I'IiIuia Xiiiiiiieriaan mid Slultunl iiled
a sciieii of nigelliiH al Iteyuoldnville, In. I
wnU, nith aihliliuiii lo tho
.Mr. vury (Viuira, of I'urU, Mo., i vln
1 1 1 iij liU ihuighlcr, Mrn. I,iie .Si'rus.
lleliHiiU Ihu i urn r.tip ill llliliolx heller
lll.UI UUT Liiumii,
I'l'oiu llu .Sunt li.
Wlillu I do ikiI diwlro lo Uoro your loader
vllti lielaiU "liieh inuy Im
1 iMiinul fuiM Ihu luinplutliiii of giv.
Imk hi biitniMlui l law I buvv vUllrd
luHiimvtk Dim iblug hUIvIj mmk
bit- u iiiiuiil. iituni ji uku . m Ntlv ilk-.
WMs Ike groti i of nil the prSaeipnl "1
elniiili.j4 nt theiy upon one Mret, nail . -In
the HiiiK! k Ion. On Chinch sired
you amy nee tirn and spins of every j
loiicflvnlilu fornf hu fnrins of
llie Jewlnli nyiui gae mill liiiuburltig lowers
of (lie lb-. I esliylcriiui eliureli to the J
gradually tiifit ig npire of the Soitlli n
Methodist ehiliii which seem niiiliitloiin
to pl'-ii-e the tiitiN, mill the httmhler
polntu of the Roriiiirn ncntlcil lutween
I ifly liiMliiesn lane". Vaiiilerhilt mid
I-i-k I'nlvernll ' nro noble structures,
lining honor I their founders, AVIuit ,
strnek urn most cilnfally, tin I alnmM re- !
eoui'ileil tne to t i Oulugnvllle luiblts of I
liiiiti',' the sin s with Suiiilny loafers j
was tlicscfinhut iiiilvemiil ilcMcriitloa of '
(iuils Imlv day I i!wantireseikcrn. What i
is our country i- nbif? to? Surety those I
la I days, are en e upon the Knttli, which '
llie Prophet i griipldeitlly ,
"when men nhal lieeome loveis of
rather linn lovcrnof (toil," "eoveiuint
lirenkern, heady e." Momlny foiitnl tae
alumni the .St. I. & (.'lint, train heading
towards the noul we.t. At Milan one of
Iho.e vexiitiottn elnyn and "waitings for
the train" w hie are so grievous to the i
traveler, hefel in "in tntitritn". At !WU
P. M. made mv it climtu'e and liuadeil
South mi the ill (.-' l)l' "" l,K' forlorn
looking eotiiitrliH''1"" 'c "v,r beheld,
Inat tliroiif,'h tho Hi. 1. & Chat. It.
It. psts4e, tie rag. About .l.ieksmi
Teiin., the tldag Improved ami the "craps"
looktd a little kfs "iluiudcr'trufk" Kven
then, to n Iillle blue gr.ms oyc, the
seemed bolter iiilntited to hull frog-,
water nn.ikcs iiml ino'iiiitncs thai) to the
liahilatiiins of civilized christians. Kvery
one lo liis own t;ilo however, as t lie old
woman niid wlien she kined the cow. At
IImIIv irinn night came upon us. I may
have parsed through a second "(Siirdeii of
Udva" f r ought I know about it, but I
rather nunpect not, from the trunipetn of
llie which kept up their
din tliroagh the uilit. At 1 :!',()
a. m. lauded, tired, hungry an I eron, at
the depot of Winona, Mips., and spiedily
found myself ntielehed upon that sleep-inducing
institution of the South, a cotton
heneath a good moipiito h.ir, at
peace with all the world nail especially
with that pertiferous little insect, with
which 1 had done valiant battle for a
miles. "Peace he with the iruncs of
Winona N an active, live tona of 1.00
people, growing like magic. On the morrow
:i!x).'irtl a wagon, the fiiu nimHe of
"1'nclu.JimV old Mt. Sterling "go earl,"
and with the pleasant, homelike "gee up"
of a second edition, revised, but not improved,
of ''L'liele.Miii," amid sand hot an
a furnace, I look i-y way lowurds mv destination,
and a" I amid the melancholy
pine-i and the cotton Held
the sounds of the; soil',- the girls and hoy
H.ing, my List iifgrt in 1'nth came echoing
monrufe'lly a ros my spirit.
'I'm going to'the cotton ti it-Id
iid oh ! it makes me sigh,
Fur when the sun goes down to-night,
Pin hound lo say good-live."
, Yours. Sioi'
i Two Tracts of Land for Sale.
to go W(nt, I oiler for sale pri.
vately two tracks of I. mil situated on the
waters of Prickly and Flat Creek, in
1'nth county, K'., containing il.'i
Theie is a good' dwelling ami b.trn
and len.mt Abo -i good oiehard,
plenty of the best of timber on either
place and an nhitudaiieu of never failing
water. liotb faimn are in a high slate of
cultivation, convenient lo mul
chnreluH. Ono firm is nilu ited in the vb
einily of dtlsville. 1-' irforlli.T
call on mu at llevnnblsville,
llm'J UEO. W. 1)IXAM)S(..
All the .eiis lor One Cent.
INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS.
hfiil;tion uoir IJO.OOO.
Delivered by hoys to the houses of sub.
serihimin towns and Illagcn within three
himdrcdmilcxoi Ciueiuu.iti, the night of
pollination or ue.vt morning
For 5 Cents n. ''M'lc
liy Mall U.le a Month.
I.attvst Telegraph Xou's!
I. utcst .UnrUet
TRY JT I'Oli A MOSTir.
Agents wanted. pply to olliec Nun. HI,
!7 and '.Mi biiigworth Hlieetn.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE !
Julia V. Stone,
a.' hist ;
Wesley Ac, defli.. I
lly virtue of a iiulgmeut of the path
Circuit Cunri, I shall, tu M.ister
of snld coari, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1884
thennme the llrnt day of the Itntli
luiiuty euuri, at the court Imiise dour in
the town of Owliigxville, ll.ilh euiiulv, Ky ,
oiler fur N.ile to the highest bidder the one
ninth of the following iboiihed tract uf
A cor'aio deee or parel of laud situate
In the (ouulyof Ilitli, on the waters of
llald K,i,de creek, doing llie irniiie bind sold
by Mllloii P. Stone lo Omar Wibou .ttid
now ill the hiu.cs1oii of Daniel Kiiiiiiuiim,
Said bind i an fidlowx;
at a stake coiner wild (iu. A.
-y iu Jim. ItallilPs line, thence N .'i K
poles lo a.tnkr in said It.u 11(1
line, thence S Ks' -" W tU pob n to
a slake iu I.. At. Stone' line, thence S III
W I'J pohM to li lonier wild
(ieorge A. Whitney, IheneeK hit U I
de to ,i stuke c.irner with same, ihciwv
n I I -1, K PI jmlc. Iu a slake,
with same N HH K K7 mi1cs Iii
llie begliiiiiiiK.euiilaining II nerw, rev
roods ami '21 poles of bind.
1 will soil uue ninth of said tract of laud
or enough Ihcieol to pay the Mint of
1 lllll'l with (hen on ut III.- 1. 1-of
it percent, tier annum from 7ih S,pi. 'ti'i,
mid ismln of alc Mild uiieiilulb pari ol
mild laud will Ihi sold lo tho highest bidder
on a credit of six months, the purchaser In
eteeillu bund piyalln In JiiIiii P. Stouv.
with mI auiirily, having ih ..one
clbcl ana judgment no whirh
limy Iii- il ma paid al nmluiln, and
reliilnbijc a lieu on iho lliluriwl Mild till
dd ImiihI fullv mld.
Ow lugkt ille, 'id,, Issi.
.1 .1. NflJllltl', M.r. It. f. i
. Ik m ,i.
Do You Know
rith Ited Tin Tag; llo.se Leaf Kim' Cnl
'hewing; ISinyCllpplngsnnd Ithiekjlrown
mil Yi liuw .Sllllll's me the best and ehci
l, ipiility cotislibred? (ivllyl
Hath Circuit Court.
Jennie W. Itiitherford mid J. Worth
Itiithorford, pinbiliUn, on petition. To '
vtioin It limy concern: Take notice thai I
leiniie W. 'itiitherford mid J. Worth
Imve this day filed in the of- ,
lee of the llnlh Circuit Couit ( lerk, their
ictition, pr.ivlng that Jennie W.
be iiuiile n feme sole, einpnwered lo
nidi, use, enjoy, ncipdrn properly In hei
iwn name, mul net ns a single woman, and
io contract, her properly by will
ir deed, lo Irjile and do any of the aeln of
i feme sole, fire fiom thu dchtMir claims
if her hiMi.indn creditor".
Witness mv hand lids Hint day of Aug.
W. P. COX.NKH.C H. C. C
. (itMKim.i, Son, Attorneyn. Kwlt
Baih Circuit Court-.
ICdy Donaldson mid Fletcher Doii'ddsoii
mi petition: Notice in hereby given that
the petitioners, IMy DouahNon and Fletcher
Donaldson have' thin day filed in the of-
tl r. .1... t)Ml !.! nr.,H .1..t tltcir r
1 1 1 lot i praying the n.iid court tu empowei
llie said 1-My Donaldson to ihc, etiiny, sell
and convey' for her own use and benelit
any property -die inav own or ncipdre, fr
fiom thu el il or debts of her hllsb mil,
and lo make (ontraet, sue mul be sued n
a single woman, mid to trade inhtrowu
n imu and to dispose of her own property
by will or ibid.
(liven under my hand ns derk of the n.dd
court, tnis lath d.iv of IMS I.
W. P. L'OX.N'HK, C II. f. C.
it. (litdgell iS: Son Altorneyn.
Bath Circuit Court.
Mary It. Iledriek and W. W. lledriek,
pbiintiM's, on petition: All whom it tnav
eunci.ru take notice that, Mary It.
anil W. W. lledriek, her husband,
have this day filed in the olliec of the linth
circuit court eleik, their petition praying
that s. lid .Mary It. lledriek b empowered
to use, enjoy, acquire, sell nnd convey her
propirly, free from llie debts or claims of
her husband and his creditors; to uiaki
contrnrts, sue and he sued; lo ol
her pioiieriy by will or tvvi, mul be em
powenil to act as a single woman mid
I'Himr (fc in law.
As witness mv hand, this 18th dnv of August,
W. P. CONNKK, C. JJ. C. C.
It. (iudgell Son, Attorneys.
j. a. wi rraocic. v. j. norri.sc.iiAfn
VVITTBOCK & CO.,
20.-) WAI.XIT STItKHT,
FARM FOR SALE.
I oiler for sale my farm, contr.ining fid
aeren, more or lcs, lying on the waternof
WHITE OAK CREEK,
in Il.ith county. I desire tn privately
but It I c.imiot, the farm will U- sold to
the biihler, on
Wednesday, Oct. 1st, 1884,
The farm in will watered and timbered,
iu a good ncighhoihood, mid will Ik
at it bargain. Person- desiring io purchase
can call on or address me at Wvoiniug.
Ky., and I will be glad to .-how tiiem the
UK HA III) IIOitSF.MAN.
No. S, (! w.
Farm for Sale !
Being desirous of moving Wet, I
s ile, privately, my firm of .'!0 .ten s,
on Licking liver, three mile-!
above WxomiiU', in Il.ith county, Ky. 'I be
farm in in a high state of cullivilion, well
ret in blue and i.s well adapted fur
A Lare Dwelling Uunsi1
and two ten ml on the pi ice. The
out building.- are all in good repair, and
thin in u rare chance for any one desiring
luiiigagein funning or lobneeo
a- tin re i- two large lobaecu b.irnn,
built, on tlie farm.
There is an AMndancc of Good Walcr
both for house uo nnd stock. The proper
l m will ud furtlur lntor
illation can be obtained by calling iijjuii ur
CIIAX P. JOM'.S,
.Sw.'le U ymniug, Ky.
"RELIABLE free! SELF-CURE
A (iworltt of one of tb
nuti noleit kiul .(iHIIHatn the U.S.
iinwmlrril for lli .Immii ItrbUity.
l.of Jlntihuoit, irrudinmannil Ilaraii Mui
Addren DR. WARD A CO., Loulttini, Mo.
For Rest and Coin Tort
- UII1N IN --
Don't fail to -top with Dr. K. I Itaine,
iipiioMte the ileji.it. lean bids,
rooms and the table always supplied
with the lust in the market'. Terms tm
low as consistent with first ubisn
Ciige, ami rccciw fne, a
cosily box of goods which will help you In
more nioiiev right away than any thing else
In this world. All, of either s.-a, succeed
irom first work. The broad road to
tune opens before the workers, nbsobitely
sure At once mldrM Tut I. A Co,, A
j CLEVELAND & HENDHICKS.
Pi.rlhei.nh guiuiiie PICTOIM .
of the IVmoer.tllc Ciilldidnlen for
Premib nl .iiul Vice Pniib nt, lit lie lit it'
, and ixhaiistie in but, profile- .mil
in ilbislrnlion,coueieiilioiis, foivlble, brill
. iant in authorship The Mand.u.l Cum
piiiuu UUtnn xuthoriitd. liieh in duller
bin low In Price-'J. The Mgenls' h
Mt. Send .'hi ii. fr iitlit and our siuvl.ll,
piuelicd inlructbiiis in bert methods ot
I It Sumwt mid large profit eiuund
Ail at nine The I jiupiiluil will lx short,
but brilli nit mid pr.ut.tbh In wnent. Ail-I
ibesn N. D TIIUMI'MlN , Co., l'ublilier,
, S. Uilii., Ml... 01 Ni w lt U UTV.
i no I i 1 1. 1 lb
HEALTH AND HOME.
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is n larpo, nionlbly paper, nnd is devoted f.
vervlliiuo; to health and home, inarriae, science, ilonientiu
ncdtcine, neience, lileraluie, art, cconoiny, cookery, hinl.s on health, dietetics,
iincy work for tho ladies, puyjes for the hoys, anil every realm of uiodurn
'cience that tenilH to improve heallh, provenlj 8', purify inor.il. mul
nake homo happy.
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lIKAIrif AND MOM 10.
Washington, D. C.
Sharpsbnrg1 Roller Mills,
We bep; leave to inform our patrons and the
public generally thai we have just completed
NEW HOLLER MILLS, !
on the Odc'l wMli all the latent improved machinery, and uill ?
keep on band the following brands of flour.
"CROWN ROLLER PATENT"
and nther brands. Cuntoni woik solicited and will make it atnecmlty.
bhipstufl ivc. for sale. ' '
TFigliest Cash Trice Paid for Good Wheat.
BADGVU. jrEXHY& CO.
NewSpring and Summer Millinery
Having just returned from tho city with the lnrt;rt mid iiiunt nolect utock of
Millimr (jooiN evi r brotnrht to I mot cor liallv itivitu the Imlius
of this .sect! jii to call ami look at my goods i fort- huvi.i
COME LADIES I
lr"i,iii Far :ml IV:ii'.
I Will Give you Good Bargains
I HAVE SKCl'HKD T1IH SKUVICIW OF
MKS. 8. A. M. BLACKFORD,
A Trimmer. 1 feel eotilideut we von in Trimming. I.adie", I will f
-ell voa a jirettv iriiuauit ii.it ii.rl VJ and 2 00,
And Beauties from Six to Ten Dollars !
We have a larpe Mock of of all colors, and hits of all shapes mid iriet's
Flowers, Ornameiils, and Eyerylliiii Pflrtainiiis to the Milliuery Biki'ii
I have n Iar.'e assortment of all hinds ot n itiotn ehe.i:. 1'leasf (.ill, we coiiMilur
it no trouble ti y.Mi.l.s.
I IMnin Slreel, KiMituclr.v.
lbteived for t)it tr di iul i.i.uk d ib w vnv loir irirv,
50 BAGS COFFEE
r.oubt when collie was at tock Ixiltimi, ulnch I can now tM at
prices uud make a i.iee pndit
50 barrels different grades of Sugar,
25 barrels of Molasses,
Canned PaP.ats, Canned Fish, Canned Vegetables.
25 Cases canned corn. '25 .
' 30 0UEC8 canned Tomatoes, 110 oases Assorted Fruits.
; 10,000 different Brands of Flour!
Hucon, Laid, Vegetables, Pickli, l'tckkd I'iys l'ect, soap for I.undry and
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarctts.
Three Daisy Cigars for Five Cents.
A. Full Lino AVoodtMi nnd Willow Wnrp, (Insswari;,
1 The above i.s only a partial lit of the lingo .-.lock which I will lake pleas-
i mo in giing piiccV to who limy Iumi lue with a c.iil.
Ji(Wauis lo Cash Customers. I
I S. 11. I1 K ATM AX. I
I -'"--- iiamnmiM It.
I STAR PLANING MILL CO. I
j TYLKK A- HOMKTSON,3Iangors! 1
s i v nun.- i'i n i a- is- - K
IfOl'C.'VI AND H'MIMSK, I
Doors. SiikIi, ICnin iIIiil'. K
.UouldliiKH. 'usIiikh. MiIiiuIch, l.nllis,
.stulriiiijs Vo. m
Al, ill c.uuui lion w th mir mill, li.ive 3 P
jr.icmxji shop. f
, Willi ipMnl boi. iphuL, itu.i ei.rl h.sI fn r. hnit all kind, ol '
, try, hwI vm i ikim nti.Uttiou4.ioH.il, 0,1 (.. ,.