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T. J. YOUNU, Knivois.
Offloo : 2d Floor Ewlng's Building t
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GUOVEIICLKVKLANI), New York ,
rem vici: riiKeti)j:xT, i
T. A. IIENOKICKH, Iiuliaim. I
T.ir Member of CotiKroM, I
l-'HAKK I'OWKIW. ol Carter. .
A small eartlupuiko !IuMk up Ohio,
Indiana, Miebijmn ami part of Ken- ,
lucky, lM Fiiilny. (
Sponkcrl'ui lisle Tins been
led tor leeleetion by the Deiuoernte
'. ' ol the Covington elistr'ct. It is not
:4 iriltillu thnt ho will have any
$ Harry youth has been removed by
I the. Commissioners as Warden of the
Penitentiary for alleged inUinanaj,'e
'I nient of that much written of and
' talked ot institution.
The Apostle I'tnil, inoneof
tlrs to Tinmthy, says: "Homo incnV
bins arc open hclorchund." Paul was
' 7 evidently thinkiiiL' ot Blaine when he
penned that sentemo.
- The light in Ohio next mouth is go-
"l ing to be tcrriflir. Defeat of the Ke
i; publicans means the death and di
'J .'Imndmcnt of that party. They are
2? consequently desperate and it is this
j depperation that will loo.e. them the
I State by at leapt 15,000.
I V. II. Wilson, of Cynthiana, lias
-J had more bad luck. On J'Yiday last,
3 a freight train ran over and killed the
M two line geldings, "Gray I'rineo" and
3 "Orphan Hoy." Tho lurmer was val
m ued at live thousand eledlnrs and the
m latter at live hundred.
Wk Carl ScIiiiiz spoke in Cineinnati on
W Monday night. The Enquirer, in or
M der to neutralise tho client of this
W fort, and with eharactoristiejluplieily,
j published in its issue of that d:tte,fiom
Iff the pen of Oath, its briliant but un-
'$ juineipled hireling, a sarcastic and
Ji hiiuoua review of the great Dutch"
W At the election a ear ago, J. W.
JS Asliery, the coloicd man who was
m nomiuatol for of Land odiee,
I nin in thip county 201 votes behind j
-M the. Republican ticket. Just that
m man' Kepublicans refused to vote for
him because he vn a negro. It is nl
m ways that way. The Republicans use
3 t. colored men as voters and then kick
. them aside when they arc through
':M -"with them. Bulletin.
''J It i stated thnl'iesidciil Arthur is
M trying to be Senator fioni New York,
,"M Hecietaiy Teller from Colorado, Gun
'iM eral ("reslnim from Indiana, and
j3 ictny Lincoln fioni Illinois. Brewster,
SM Attorney General, probably has no
'M Htnntuiial Impcs, but would, it is said,
'M like to be plaeed on the Supieme
jS bench to succeed Mr. J list ire Biadly.
f who will probably tetiru beloic long,
JJB having attained the age at which lie
.j may so do. It would be an unusual ,
Mm thing to sec an ex President and four
,M membeis of his Cabinet in the Hcuatr
4 with vhe liflli member of the Cabinet
vjl on the Sii)ieniu bench.
'"B ',0 Asbery, ran Hi'J votes
jjw Jichiud his ticket in this county, last
iM year. In other words, there weie 112
"'Wm while Hepublieaiis in Bath who refused
H to vote for u colored man, although he
S was regularly nominated by the .State
''$ lonvcnlioii. This Hhould deinouxtrate
m t to the colored man that all the Use the
3m Iti'imlilicii. Imvo for him i to iwiir
JS good, fat odices by hi vote. Mr.
i Wadsuorth belong to lliU w:ra oiling
m' elass, lie walked up to the mIIs in
Maysville, lust yuir and voted for ev
S ery white man on the ticket, but wlinn
JB be came to Ashery's name, he adjust
;W id his elegant gold limine lg!ave.i and
'9 quietly diew a pencil mark through
! bis name, He could not Miami the ne
?JB f:ii. The aiistooratio Mr. Wadsworth
rJH could not, yet he is now iiiiolling their
H . intelligence and maiilexxl by siipplica
'S ting them for their vote a, that bo may
'M hereby lido into KiHcr. There are a
fi few coloicd men in this county who
JH will have tho eouingo to retaliate in
:.B l.iud by seralehing Mr. WtoUworlbVi
,'jB iiamo; but the giwif mnsn can U j
M in to tliu (Hillij il;o sheep lo do the
'JB bidding of llieir white matera and hi
eiioiB, the Itepiiblicaii leider in the
"m riiiiiity. Wo hiivo elale.l n plain fuel, I
JH 7tiijd sliiill liavo nothing more to my
! dining tlii canvass, regarding tho nc I
ilU.i. vole, Uiliuviug that it is time,
spaijo, 'ink and paper thrown nwiy.
1 Ho far aii'Uu uio.iiidividually uouciuii
. ml, un inliiiiii: Mi. Wiultmoilb foi
jm " hue ln'liuii.1;; hiilisi'lf lilid lo.,.eLi
fjie Mulligan bcUciM.
Those famnti? letter!", which have po ,
Kiiclusively shown Mr. Bliune up in
he past as a man unfit to trust with .
illicc aic again beloic the public, and
iiivo been supplenienlcd by olheis
till inoic dauiaging to his oharaclur
han tho lirst. Below wo rcpuhli"h
Conlidential. Washington, April'
10, 187(5, My Dear Mr. Ei.her: j;
i'ou can do me a very great favor,
mil 1 know it will give you pleasure j
:o ilo so, just as I would do for you i
inder s'milar circumstances. Certain
persons and papers arc trying to throw
mud at mo to injure my candidacy '
before the Cincinnati Convention, unit
vou may olwivc they arc trying it in .
I'onuection with the Little Bock and ,
Kort Hmilh matter. I want you to
"Ctirl me a letter such a.s I ho incloicd
ilraft. You will receive this toninr
row (Monthly) evening, and it will be
a favor I shall never forget if you will j
at once wtile me the letter and mail
the same evening. The letter is strict-1
ly true, is honorable to you and to me i
and will slop the mouths of slanderers ,
at once. Kegard this Idttcr as strictly
confidential. The dralt is in the hands
of my clerk, who is as trustworthy as
any one can be. If you can't get the
letter wiitlen in season for tho I)
o'clock mail to New Yoik please be
sure lo mail it during the night, ho
that it will start lirst mail Tuesday
morning. But, if possible, I pray you
to get it in the II o'clock mail Monday
evening. Kind regards to Mrs.
(Burn this letter.) J. G. B.
Indorsed on the back arc the
Not knowing your exact address I
send I hit to the Barker House, in or
der that it may not be subjected to
any danger in the hands of a carrier,
j in: i.YiNd
Tlie following is the hitler drafted
by Blaine and sent to Fisher to be
copied and returned, but which Fisher
refused to adopt or indorse:
Boston, April, 1K7C. To Hon.
.lames G. Blaine, Washington, D. (J.
Dear Sir: I mVeivc that certain
newspapers arc making, or, rather, insinuating,
the absurd charge that you
own, or had owned, ?1")(),000 of Little
Hock and Fort Smith railroad bomN,
and that you had in some way ob
tained them as gratuity. The enter
pnc of building the Little Bock and
Fort Smith railroad was undertaken in
jsjtv.i i iy a company of Boston gentlemen
of whom I was myself one. The
bonds of (he road were put upon the
market in ihN cty on whnt were
deemed very advantageous tcrnw to
the purchaser. They were sold very
largely through myself. You became
the purchaser of about $30,000 of the
IhjiiiIsoii precisely the same terms that
every other buyer received, paying
for them in installments running over
u considerable period, just as others
did. The transaction was perfectly
open, and theie was no more secrecy
in regaid to it than if you had been
buying flour or sugar. I am sure you
never owned a bond of the road thai
you did not pay for at tho market
rate. In 'cod, 1 am pure that no one
received bonds on any other terms,
i When the road got into financial
and lo-s fell upon you, you
still retained vour b.iuds, and vou
held them clear through the reorganization
uf I ho company in 1871, exchanging
them for stocks and bonds of
the new company. You acquired also
some demands against the new company
by reason of your having joined
with otlicirt in iaiiiig some money
when the company was in pressing
need. For tho recovery of that
money proceedings aic now pending
in the United Stales Circuit Com I in
Aiknmns, to which you me openly a
parly of lecord, Coiiccnlnitiil of the
investment and everything connected
rtith it would have been very easy
had concealment been dointhlc, but
your action in tho uholu matter was
as open and as fair as tho day,
Very sincerely yours, W. I'., .In.
Boston Leller in the Philadelphia
l'ioj;iainine of County Meeting, Beti
el Christian church, Bath county, Ky.
Tuesday night, Srpt. U.'itli, at hcvou
o'clock p. in,,, add less by II, W.
Subject, Permanent Church
I'liday morning, nine o'clock: Organization;
aJdrens by l, Slullbrd
subject, Tliu Ojuct of our meeting.
Followed by sholt sjHCcheM. After-noon
Adiliess by T, L. J'nlU Subject
Importance of H. S. Woik, I'ol
lowed by short speeohes. Addict by
.. C. Ti'iiipleinan. Subject, Mothodi
of Conducting the S. S.
Jlivitulioii is iwlended to all
lian wuiloiir. Coiuo oiio mil all and
1st in hnvu tliu beiil'lit of your cuiiiiiel.
M, W. II AUK INK.
J. Kr.vn CMin.
Corn lin i cached 70c. u biiBhul in
( tin ,!;.
IM "'1 1 1)1) J IMP!
iin: oim: son or ciihistian
Puts Llfo and Motal Into tho Dom-
ooratfl of Bath.
a i ii;i,i nvv. i
Last Saturday was a gloiloiiiday
for the Democracy of this county.
Such a rejuvenating and vitalizing ad
mi.iislialioii of the one thing needful,
they have not had for a long, long
time. The client was electiical and
hits awakened the part lo greater j
livily than has hem the case for many
years. The lamest audience that has
assembled in our court house f r eight
years jiavt, greeted the Hon. .las. A.
McKen.ie on Satin day evening last
mid was held enchanted by his
clcquencc for very nearly two
hours. Tho speaker's style is perfectly
original, and consequently very re-fleshing.
Leaving tho beaten paths
that have been worn down to the bid
rock by so called orators ol agos gone
bcfore.he boldly bh.z s bis way through
virgin forest of eloquence, keeping his
heaiers in a delightful suspense through
out. lie dealt with the main questions
before the country at this time,
in a fair, yet forcible manner, offending
no one and convincing all. The
speech has dono much good, ami if
ever Mr. McKenzie is billed for another
in Ibis place, it will lake a room
several times larger than the one in
which he spoke last Saturday to hold
The temporary oiganiation of a
Cleveland and Hcndiicks ami Powers
ami Norlhup club was effected in tin-'
place last Saturday night. The organization
will be completed at the
court house at JI o'clock on Saturday
veiling by the election of a President
Vice Piesident and Secretary. Simi
lar organizations will bo effected in
every precinct in tho county and the
party put in heller lighting him limn
it Inn been for veins. The Deinoeiats
of Bath scent victory in the air in the
approaching national struggle and aie
buckling on their armor pieparatory
to being at the front on the lirst Tuesday
in November and very early in
As Geo. Stephens and Mis- Jennie
Dawson were diiving through the toll
gale on the Preston pike, on Sunday,
their buggy top caught on the pole,
tearing it completely from the body.
Tlio uukknviitc fiirtuiintuU iie:ip'd nil-hurt,
though ludly frightened.
Our gallant young Congitssional
standard hearer, Col. Fiank Powers,
was mixing with our people on Friday
and Saturday Iat. He made an excellent
impression. B.ith can be
counted for him tc the tune ol' thiee
When other remedies have been
ued Wills' Wor'd
Worm Candy has been .substituted
with the most satisfactory results. It is
common stick candy in appearance
and no child will refuse to take it.
Ask your druggil for it.
We will give exclusive sale at and
near Owingsville, ol oui)Fntire Wheat
Flour to a dealer who will push it.
Covered by patent. Easily sold. We
guarantee a hundred pounds more
bread to tko ban el than any othur
Fuankj.in Mills Co.
liHCIaik St., Chicago, 111.
N. 11 ot.
All person iudebled to the
astruteo of L. K. Slessor, will
plea-o pay or settlo thu saiuo by the
lutday of September, 188-1; and if not
paid or nettled by that lime I shall be
comjicllcd to sue.
F. A. GOODPASTEK.
Mr. Wadsworth would not liavcc.nl
orcd men as addicts in tho army in
der any circumstances, but ho was
willing that they should be used lo dig
trenches and drive wagons, and for
that purpose lie would give them as
freely as he would givo a liorsc. And
here is the proof. It can hu fo mil on
pages l.lilOand 1,200 of the
Globe in the pioceeiliugs of
Congress Minch 12, 18112:
"Wo will give them and give them
"freely, whenever you need Ihein lo
"cany on llui war, lo dig tiencluw or
"drivo your wagons, or lake any part
"in the war which is authorized by
"christian piiuciplo or the constitution.
"You shall have ihcm tin fio ly as win
"shall luivo the noblu breed of
"sprung fioni Aiabiau and English
"studs now feeding uhiii our blue
Tim coIoimI lllaino anil Logan club
in ciiiloiing Mr. Wadsuorlh have
appiuved this statement also, and have
pledged themselves to vole for a man
who niil in ('onivs hu would an
give a negro to ilia Goverumuut lo
dig truiuilios and drive it wagon an ho
would gtvii away a hoiso. Tho
cut ulave diiver in tho laud ooiild not
h.ii ,ii' iti it I J.dh I'i.Hi hu
HavliiR nt hit urelvwl mi Oiti.ook nail ,
OKcrtiilai'iLtliat iny N
i pled, t continue iny" Journal. Ciirroltnii, i
iticleiiil of Ih'Iiik :is I hml IniiiKlned, upon
i dead level, U pciclud iqinu n lilll iiliiiol
us IiIkIi and quite iHfteep, in that from
which Owmitsvllle lnnk down iipon the
liuialilu woild. There Is
liHwevrr, you hnvc hnrd iiioii j
which to lid, while we must toil Up
llirotiKh Psind shoe iniiiilh deep, while the
Iriirnput of the ini'i'ipiito siiimils the
cluirgu. 1 never w.is a very meek niiiii, ,
btiim red liended, hut hml I been so liy
nature, llie ininls nml inosqiiltoes of tlicfcj
phiiiN would Imve long sbur riirnl me of I
such n weiiknesp. I li"'d to
tpupim Kentucky house llii", us they
tickled toy in my hiiinianek after ;
tier, mi a hot day, hut now I remember
llii'in as ii heiiilicont IihccI, seat only to ,
iiwiikeii oiirdormniit energies and keep us j
from stngiinthiii. Nature knew better than
lo throw nwny so nilhl a ineniH upon Itie (
indolence of the .South, mid "erito"
the miiHiu iilnl pemtrating
of the "Kidlinipper." I've no doiilil,
jmlgin" front wliiitJ see iiroimd me, Unit
in a year I shall only smile blandly mid
move heir liis trumpet
ami feel his penetrating approach. "Sic
Hal there is one thing here that can heal
creation, and llint is people.
er it is that they njnice to see fiedi bait i
for the iiio'ipiitor., or ''mt they hml not
seen for so h.np a time a live Presbyterian
preacher, or that thoy are too indolent to
lie 'tuythiug elc bill clever, 1 c.in't piivJiiiI
I have never fallen upon a jilace where the ,
people h universally wcleemiu a slranisvrj
and make him feel at home. How different,
I thoiiglit, fiom a ecrtiiin place that I
have known, w litre some of the citizen-looked
at every stranger as though they
feared a pickpocket about lo make an attack
upon their valuable. How more delightful
the henmingismiie and jolly hand
shake of the CirniUtoiiians than the
gruff grant and side glance of
some I've met elsewhere. Polileness U a
grand thing in this world, and don't viM a
cent. "Take notice nod govrrn yourselves
I.hing em a hill In, this country ha its
advantages and disadvantages. It ci
lifts yon above the malaria which
all the swamps, hut iheir being sand
instead of rock as you have it, with
great facility, and it Is :i perietual struggle
to keep the hill from running oil down
the rier All'iiroiuid tiie town there aie
on the steep hill sid. s (he most
gashes, gullies and peaks imaginable.
You've been to "Knib hick." Well, wi
have- Knob Licks all around the town, anil
insight of our windows. To prevent the
of washei" into the heart
of the city, the authorities mm! "box their
water tables with weiod and (ill the heads'
of the washes with, pine str.iw." If oii
don't know what that just get eiue
itumi .our lmvkirirou,ll iilwuji.
V liavo a miiguilicellt college building
lure that must haecot a mint of money,
and al-o a tine immune hall that isitiitc
above the average. This puiplehavc never
jet from thu stunning ldow
dealt them by the wir and the carpet
Vfut I've got into polilic, and
the nio'iiuitocs, I pull up.
mju.mi juku. urn 1 1 r.um.. mtsmn'tiitraruTt
Public Sale of W ii Corn
We are going to Ml. Sterling lo live, and
in order to get some money to help pay Icr
propi rty bought by us in that city, we will
sell to the highest' bidder on
Saturday, Oct. IStli, '81,
(Jur farm containing US acres, good blue
grass and tobacco land, laying one half
mile north of Slrir)nhurg, Hath county, Ky
The C'arlUIe, Kant I'niiiu and
Turnpike Kii.tcl is now lciiig made through
this farm,diidiiig it iutotwo lots orfarms
Oni pitce has about fill acres, and the other
piece has about -S aeies in it. Thete is a
dwelling and good ham on each piiee of
land. Time is n No. 1 orchard, with
plenty of never failing water foMuau and
benst'on each piece. You see thii farm is
siisFcplablc of dUHoti, and we will try to
sill it in iiantitle. to suit thniie widiingto
boy. A g. mil .iii.l r?rfict title made ti the
with nrms ca-y and made known on
da'v of sale. Ibis the ISih dav of Sept.
1MI. MAIlUMtKT M. MKl.L,
11. T. HKI.h.
Asslcneeof M. II, Mooic,
P. !'. Tratiuan's administrator
11. F. Fiatiaan's burs Ae. I
llv irtiic of a jiilgiuenl of Iho Hath
court, remli red at its August term,
N.s I, I shall, as master e mmivdom r of
sunt court, on
Monday, Oct. 13, 1084,
the same being tlie fust ilay of the Hath
county eoiirt, at the com l Ionise door, in
i Owingsville, Kv, offer for sale, to lbs highest
bidder, the dwelling house and hit of
said II. I, situaleil in the town
of ()willgvllle, on.Muin street, nml
ly Mr. Kmily I'rutiuao, .mil
as follows, r. Ibgluniog at cornel
of lot of li. M. t'liriv, on Muio sllfel,
thence Plllllilig westWHrdlv willj nhl lot lo
I Water street, tinmen with Water slreet,
I eulwioilly Ui tlie lot of (StHMl.iHtvr A
Itaroes, ihenVo southwardly with snid lot
ly tiie coram of A .1. Ivwiog's lol, theuee
w'culwiirdl) with mill lot lo thw n iriliwv!
corner theicof, thvncu southwardly with
said Kwiiig' lot to Maui sired, ihrnie
wctwanllv with Muiu stint to the
'1 hi is eiy desirulile proirl.v
I having on it a Itirn mid cnuiiintdious
I dwelling, all tlie mniloru emiMiiii iue,i.oi
liuii.o Ac , u line well of never f tilhiK n-I
lir, anil sllllllted III tint tetiUr of the low II
' coincident lo huiutfN. will wll mil i
' prori lo the highest and bei blibhr,
! on a eiedit of sit hnd mouths, the !
lo bonili payable in the
1 niuiinlMlliUer, hearing illUMl III the Ulle
of su r e. in. Hr iimiom frui day of
' ili iiulil paid, with uinhI MS'iirlty, having
the ixuu form u a judijiueiil, on which
evfilill'io may ioi if iml wid nt in Hon-Iv,
mid rcialidiif u Ib'ii on nid piorty
iiulil said ImmU tire fully imld.
tlWbltt.villv, Kjf.. . !!. !!;
, V no. V in
Public Sale !
VALUABLE HOTEL & otber PROPERTT i
MIMI, NOV. 15, 1881.
The Owings House,
Now occi'picd by Tilford Moores as a
Hotel, Kiehnuge liiuil; of Ie cc Hon and '
W. it. bowtuy' drug store. Said building
has a frontage on Main street of 7!l
ct ft inches, and 17 feci 10 inches on
L'ourt, is two stories high, with n .S'tairway
ime of the lincNt jobsol iirehiticliti; in the
I'oiiutry, and ciliar tiuilerueath the entire
Imilding, suitable for barber shoo, billiard
. loon, etc. The following described prop- ;
will be sold with said lintel properly,
lo-'wll: A rear space emtiru length of
Imilding, 10 feet and ! inches wide and
froulingou Court telnet, backyard, well of
"plemlid never-failing witer, and garden
71 feet (S inches by U' feet .S inche's, having
frontagu on t.'oxle street of 71 feet 0
inches. Also right of way over 10 fool a'-ley
fronting on Main slieet. At the same
lime we will offer fur sale a splendid
IRON FRONT STORE HOUSE,'
with tables and shelving complete. Said
store rooti is situated mi Main street, with
2) 11 inches frool, ami dcplh of 17
feet 10 hide's. Has spleudiil
ti tul second story containing hall ami
live eli gant niomV Ten feet and II inches
of space in i car of building will
with said store mom, aim the right of way-over
10 foot alley fronting on Main street.
Also tliu building
Now Occupied by W. H. Ihiuglicrfy as
an KxprcM Office,
With fronltigc on Court of I!7 feet 'i
inches, and running back )" feet. What
is known as the old dining rooms will go
with .iid building. Alo
A GOOD OFFICE,
Kronlini; on Court street, lo feet and one
fioni running back o." feet. Said
properly will be for sale in parcels
as ihscribed, e.r all together.
On h'ff Cash . One-Third
hi Si.v Months
The two I it piymcnts to bear 0 per cent,
intcivst from el He. A li.-n on the proper- ,
ty will be held for the- pmrhiioo nioney.
I'i in the on'y hotel pioHily in the i
town of l.fiotl iubali t.iuts, vil bin .'!0
utes of the i!iu Sandy lailroad, the
timily to a baigain is a one.
The iliiibrigiied will he ph'asn! to give
any information the
1 propel ties oll'ered, cithur in writing or in
W, It I'ATI'KHSJiN.
' W. II. DACUIlHltTY,
of Win. Itiigm,
, Ow'invillc, Sept. -11, liot.
j John F. Stone, pl.iintfr, t
I Wesle-y Whahy, Ac, defts. j
I Hy virtue of a judgment of the ll.ffTi'
Court, I as Master
of said court, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1884
1 the same being the lirst day of the Huh
I e'emrt, at the court houe eloor in
the linn of Until e'oiiotv, Ky.,
idle r for sale to the highest biddi r the one-i
ninth of the following defcrihed ir.iet ot
I land, viz:
! A I'er'.iin pitee or parel of land situair
in tin- e'oimly of Hath, on ilm waters of
' H lid Ivilc creek, being the1 same laud sold
by Milton 1. Stone- lo Omar Wiloii and
now in ihc po.scssioii of lUuud
Saiel land is as follows-
at a stake corner with lieo. A.
in J.is. KulillN liin, iheniv N " I
'Jli' -21-11 0 poles lo a slake in Miid UatlillV
line, theme- S NS3 W Ol poles to
a stake in I.. .M. Stone's line, I hence S 10
W 1 'J "iii-lot) poles to a s(iiu. corner with
(ieoige A. Whitney, theuee S S: 15 I
to a stake comer with ame, tlienc
si 1-1, K n pole- lo a slake,
with same N S.S K ,S7 .TJ.100 to
the beginning, coiilainiug aeies, thrrc
roods ami 'JI poles of laud.
I will sell one ninth of said of l.onl
or enough thereof to pay tho miiii of
cl with inter. st at the rate of
it per e'i nt. jirr annum fiom 17th Sept. 'S'J,
iiud etrts of smi. S.iid one ninth part of
said land will be sold lo ihc highest bidder
on n credit of six mouths, the lo
execille bond pay ill lo to John !'. Stone,
with good s curliy, haiug tin- sum. force
and ilKct as a judgment on which
m iy i in1 11 not paid al maturity, and
lien on ibe interest aohl till
said lioml is fullv pnitl,
lw.,SVpt. Uth, ISSI.
J.J. NKSIUIT, M.C. ll.C.C.
V. 11. Yorsn, Atloriiev.
l-My DoiiabUon and I'leicher D.unihbon
on pelilioii I given that
the petitioners, Kdy llomtldsoii and
er lloiinldsoii hnvu this day tiled in the of-
i tit of (he Ualh circuit eonil clerk their
titiou praying the suldeouil to coikiwir
tlie said lily )iiunlsiii ! uv, cni",
I and for her own ue noil Item lit
j any piopuly she umv own or aciprre, fue
1 from ilm cUliu or debt of her husband;
i and to iiiuku contract', -lie mid be un as
a siuglu woman, and to trade in In r own
uimt aiol to iliMMuof hrr own propel iy
by will or deed.
I liiveu under my hail I a t lerk of thv aaid
coin I, tnis l'.'lh du of ugust, ISM I.
W IMONNKK, I. II. C. C.
It. (illilK'dl eV Sou AltoriH'ls.
I Bath Circuit Court. ""
I .lelinie W. ltollieib.nl an. I J. Woilh
I llnlbi rtord, pUinillls. mi pelilioii. I'o
whom It lu.n eoiMiro; Takv notievlhiit
Jiunie W. Kutlurford ami J. Wmth
llulllerf.ild, have Ibis dV lilt el III the
II ch ill the Haib ( ire nil (hurt I lerk. their
ikiiilou, priivniK I but Jviude W.
Is Mftdv a leloe mii, eiopomred l
hold, ii-', enjov, ni'tpiim In her
own iiainr, mid Mil u n slnili' wuiiibii, mid
to contract. illsiHiseof pruTiy by will
or di ed, to irxtlw mid du Hll ol ton mUuf
m from miU. ft I row lb lUhU or eUim
of he r hulaiiiU i rvitilur.
bund thl iUl day of Aug.
W. IMtlNNKH. C. ll.C.C.
It A , llilll'' . list
tiff? f fa.,. ,,
Sharpsburg Roller Mills, I
Wf bc; leavo to inform our patrons and tho I
public gonorally thai wo havo just completed I
Wm tn W,m I 1 i n Sti PfJ mm I $ I C
" BSfeBbiraal IvIBkEMdi II
nn Ilm Oilell svstem, will, all tlir improve. machinery, and ill I
keep on mind tho following brands of flour.
"CROVN ROLLER PATENT" I
"MONARCH ROLLER," ' 1
mid oilier brands, t'nstom work solicited mid will make it nspeeinllr. I
for sale. J' m
Kigliost Cash Prico Paid for Good Wheat.
;.-! DGEK, JfEXJt V tt CO.
HewEpriag and Summer Millinery
Having jul returned from tl e citv erilh the largest and most select utoslc of
Millinery lioods hrotnrhi lo (hviuseville, I most cordially invite thu lmli4 '
of this sect! -ii to call and look at my goods lietory buyi'ig I
GOISIIIIl XjjSl3DIE!S I
I Will Give you Good Bargains
I IIAVK SKl'UKKD TIIH SERVICES OF I
MES. S. A. M. BLACKFORD, I
A Trimmer. I feel confident eve can plea'e you in Trimming. I.adic, I vr'rll W
fell you .t pretty tiimmeet b.it foril "i0 and L' 00, lr
And Beauties from Six to Ten Dollars ! I
We have a large slock of 10 uhurs of all colors, :n.l hats of all chape's and price t
Flowers, Oniamenls, and Eyeryllfe Psrlaiiiiii to tiie Millinery Business 1
l have n large axeorlment of .ill hind of ii'itiuiis chea',. Plu.isu call, we cnniKr m
it no Iroiible show- frooe's. E
rvfiiin tti4M,K 'iJisilll', Kentiiediy. I
licet fe.r the ii-x tr. e!e niiel i.'arleid ihnv vrry.biw P
SO 33.3-S GOiFTPIEIEl . J
Iloitjrbt when eoliie waf at toek bottom, uhieh I can now sell al n.ioWta'.o lfc
prices ami make a r.iee profit S
50 barrels different grades cf Sugar, I
25 barrels of Molasses, I
Canned Mnats, Canned Fish, Canned Vegetables. f
'S?i CiiMt'ft nuiite'e! e'nrn, '. 25 cum-k eniuuel
80 onscs canned Tctnatoes, 20 cases Assorted Fruits.
10,000 dlferent Brands of Flour !
Ihieon, I .ml. Veije I aides, I'ieklis, 1'iekle.el Tigs Feet, soap for Lumlrr nuel mj
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarttos.
Three Daisy Cigars for Five Cents.
X. Full Lino Wooden mid Willow "Wnrp, Glnsswnrc, ?
QiUHMiswarc mid Tinware. f
The nbove is only a partial list of the largo evliieb I will take (
me in giiiiK piieis to ll.iwe nlm may favor loc ve iili a nil I.
Jiarytthis fo Cash Customers. i
S. E. ritATMAN. t
winTiimiiwi mini urn iii rnw lfc in nM i im i miania miiih m im hiiwi
STAR PLANING MILL CO. I
TYLKK A UOUKKTSON, Managers. t
m vvi ite ri ur.Ks m vi i. in 1
uorfiJi a:si ninwsui) t'mijicw, '
DiioiN, SiinIi. HUiiiJh, I'leiiuiui;. 1Vt'iitIier Itoimllnv;, rolling, I'
.tletuhlliiKK. ItrncUt'(. Slilnult's, I.ailtM, r
Vri'iiiulith, Ntulrui3S tie. R
AUo, in eiiiiiieelioii w tb our mill, we hive a ft,
JlACJIiyj'J SHOP. I
Willi k''HMl shop, po"ls, sod eK'rieiie'ol m i biiiits. can repair ll kimU of W
cry, and i;il.l'.eillee. natl'm ti..u j ,, mirk and prices. m
iCiiiciimali Eraim Post! L, I
I , 'l uiitilU, "ii niiM'ii Ml whom it iiuv fi
All 'lie. XiMts lor One Cent. mini ihst, M irv H. r. mm
! liiik .Hid W W lledilel., h r hiih:nd, W&.
INDEPEU0ENT IN POLITICS, h, ..-.... r.u.i i..iu...(ii.eiuiii M
i i ir nil isiiirt chrk, ilo ir untie. u praying mW
i ..... ,,.. ih.ii il Mui.v It. tltelrit'k Im tioiHiucrnl Ms'
rirvilllllioil iiovi .10,000. 11 mulcoiivee her B
' li'i. rjv, lre i..tu lhe (U'bU eir t'lall'lK of K
il hioiM t( her hii'lNtiiil ami his erreliUirk: l mal B
Mills i. hi 1. 1 ii. ami ill.ttn wilbill llilrtf t'illll4e (-, Ue nml be IKsl; (o eliHM nf Um
IiiiikIuiI mibsoi ( ui.ioiisii, tbt nihl of b.r proiKrie be will or elecel, hihI be B
iolilo ulloii . r nel llui uiii,; , oowen! I'i .el iu Ullgl WOOiiill ami B
,tmuu M in lw. mW
iir i ('(Mllstl . my liaiul, IhU ISth K
i . '' H
I IU Mall tioe ii Monlli. W IMNSKK, 0.11. l V. K
LuiiMt Kfjitu'ti! ,). T. CATIiHTT, H
THY IT l-'UH A Mown. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
OWiiiVEMille', K.V. K
;-oil W4iilil jiy lnol"ft",c No. 'J'. (Irro i il - m I l Ni.biit'a Mr
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