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JXO. r. UAHRETT, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, .SFPTS. IS77.
From lNiwtc',Ci of 3.1 int.,
jjlcnn the following war ncn:
Sorvia rcfascs to give assistance to
osnian insurgents. Tlieir J)riut:cs
ntiliel licrc to Prince Tscretelef, who
iiuii iticsl l'tinco Gorlschakofl'atul the
Grand Duke Nicholas of thcirdcmaml.
Prince TsercU-lcf, however, received a
rt-nly fmin liis Government that Kus
Ma neither tan nor wishes to' assist the
llisnian insurrection. The insurgents
may act according to their judgment.
The means of the insurgents are ex-
haunted, and they are in want of every
thing. Thev intend to treat with the
Turkish CJo eminent, and trv to ob
lain permission for the liosnian refu
goes living in Austria to return home
tiumolfetcd, and the insurgents would
then la- down their arm?.
The RusMan loss on the 3 1st of Aug,
was: M hadikoi, 7 killed and 30
wounded; at Pclisat, 30 officers and
1,020 soldiers killed and wounded,
The Turkish loss U cr.ormou?. Near
the village of Pelisat alone 300 dead
IhhHcs were counted on the 31st tilt.
The cannonado between Rustchuk ami
Giurgcvo is continued. Xo loss on
the Russian side is expected.
The Turks acknowledge a loss of
7,000 nieniu Shijika pass. Two thou
sand wounded reached Adrianoplc
The Turks have begun to cvacuato
The commandant of Rustchuk has
mado a sortie, with seven battalions,
defeating the Russians.
Further accounts from Shumla do
not confirm the report that Baker
Pasha is missing. On tho contrary,
the Telegraph's llassanlar special says
ho has been decorated with tho order
of the Osmanli.
It is stated that the Grand Duke
Michael, commander in chief of the
Russian army in Asia Minor, has as
sumed command of General Mclikofl's
corps in Persia, that officer having
been removed for exceeding his orders.
The Russians, it is reported, have
The Duke of Edinburg arrived at
Athens on the iron-clad Sultan and
visited the King and Queen. The
BritLdi Government, fearing that be
would fccem to countenance tho war
party, telegrarbed tliat he must leave
immediately. lie left the same even
Cannonading b:gan. again Saturday
nuu continucti Sunday. A prisoner
states that the effective strength of
most of the Russian battalions has
been reduced by one-half. The Bul
garions have also suffered cruelty.
Hoover Hill Items.
IIOOVEB IIlLt, Sept 3.
Editor UeralJ: !
As there has nothing appeared in the
eolumns of the Herald from this point
for some time, suppose we jot you down
a few items for which you can publish ii
you hcm worthy. Nothing, however,
worthy of note has occurred recently, ex
cept the falling of a nice rain, in which
the rmts were standing in great need.
Wc hear of some sickness in adjacent
region. nicb as chills, fevers, Jfce. But
the inhabitants of Qoorer II ill, as a gen
eral Ihing. enjoy good health. We
ureathe nothing hut pure atmosphere;
our nostrils inhale no adventitious inipu
riiies, and consequently wc have no chills.
It is true wc have the headache at timrs,
but tins is occasioned by the loud peals
Ascending from E C Hoover & Co's
Miss ITollie Webb and Miss Emma
King, from near Backborn, paid Hoover
TT.ll . ...... l? it: ir-nr a
..... m i iBitjvctrtuaj. misera .xluiiic una
Emma art very attractive ami highly ac-
ccmplished young ladies. Come again,
Crops generally look well considering
the drouth. Corn is in jin advanced
sutc, and wc think it will mature with
another rain. Tobacco is looking well,
and now getting ripe. Farmers say that
the tobacco "ironu" are not so bad this
year as they Vere last. Preparations are
being nude to tow a large crop of wheat
We extend our hand to the sonorous
Drum, of Bufnrd, and with him a pros-
jx-roug voyage across the storm tossed
ran of life, and may his literary talent
and eon I ever brim with just such sent!
hi en t a be constantly expresses in his
k-liers, an J at (be next tooting of the
Horn, may the mighty Modoc, of New
rille, come up on lloorer Hill, and we
will all make peace,
We had the pleasure of listening to an
elegant sermon delivered by the Rev.
Jnlin James, at lVhiteOak, on. the sec
ond inst. The subject was: "For God
fO loved the world that he garc his only
tgotteu Son that whooocver belicvlli in
bim should not pcrivh, but have ever
lasting life." The subject was ably tlis
cussed and remarkably interesting to all
that were pnsent.
The Herald ns-ems to be highly ap
preciatrd by everybody, especially
IIorsr Bkaxcii, Sept. 3, 1877.
E Htor taVrald :
iliiMner is very dull lierc
Messm .tone ft Maples arc getting a
large lt of r-lavrn
James Crahn i celling out a flue lot
of cross-lie for the P. IfE. railroad.
No Mckne-w here except a lew chills.
Winni-v Ezcll, wife of Thoniss It
Exell. dieil AngnH 20th, 1S77. fibs
leaves a hr.hbaml and sercu children.
llii- Sarah llcav
at Salem district.
v. i . u.
Showing condition of the Ollice of O. P
Juhtir-on, Cullcctnr 2nd Ditdrict of Ken
tucky, at clor-e ol busini'sj hours, on the
3 1 st August, 1877.
ox tusn 1st Atnl!r, IMt
Spirit Slauip',.......... It!i.r,7S.1.1
Tocarn,Stanii 15.11 1.4
UicrMatnps 1.1 In. ,3
Special Tux Stamp' i2.2fiS.331
Lists ami Stamps rrcM
SitireAugusl I, I S77.. 7.29.M7
Advance Cillrrliun... Za.Z
ll.l4i.03 July 31 19.SU
Excess fuut.il 4.12
ns Acri'At. cocxt ox nxo:
Tuli'cntritaiiips 23.3I2 .
I!-ir Snuin......... VS3.75
Sprrial Tux. 2I.3S."-.. .3
In o'l on lloer Stamp) 25. Oj
nvioU'ly arc'tcJ fr, 7J9.2'.
Amount lrpoitxl 27.383 t
Amount in Iranril.-... i.nSl.l'J
ch on h-nJ i.2a.;a
Xct lrfie'.cnfT ovcrix-
Cci S ....... ...... .....
Ttat nn unt c IVctc!
from No . I, Ibi'O to
31 Atti.-t, 1S77......
In miking thU cuunt, I maVe an actual couut
of all tho tampi in O. 1. Juhnjon't -flice.
va other than Tax 1'aU Stamps, a tho most
of thce lmn were in tlw lluajfrt hand.
From the lltll knowlclsa I have of Internal
Kevrnue AerounU, 1 mint ray that Col. 0. 1
Johmon and hi Dunutir deserve much praine
forth' manner tu which they couJuct their
'So man will ever prc-pcr who has
the cttrrc of a ruined woman upon him.
The murderer of the body can be tried
and executed by the world's laws, but
the murderer of the soul is tried by
Heaven s laws, niul the execution is
sure as divine jutice." Aunt Betsy said
this as she folded the white hands of n
beautiful girl, and put white flowers and
leaves about the marble-cold forchrnd.
There was a tiny babe beside the girl-
mother. The house was hushed and
there was mourning such na lew people
know. Half glad that the mother and
child were dead, the rest of the family
must icrform the last sad office of burial
and 1 car the family shame. A haunted
house! A ruined home! God the ar
chitect and man the eKiler. The curse
is there and the destroyer cannot escape.
1. We.Jas. A. Thomas, Z Wayne Grif
fin, It. S. Moseley, Sam. K Hill. A.T.
Xall, William Haidnick, E. D. Walker,
W. H. Moore. Henry 1). McUenry, Juo.
P. Barrett, Williams Bro's., L. F. Wocr
ner, John Midkiir, Wm. C. Morton, E.i
H. Small. D. F. Tracy. Wm. T. King,
John S. Vanght, Edwards & Foster, E.
C. Hubbard, Clarence Hardwick, George
Klein k Bra, J. F. Yager, W. T. Cox.
A. P. Hudson, Isaac Mendel, Potter A:
Condict, Q. & Shanks, F. M. Heavrin,
John I. Felix, I. P. Barnard, J. W.
Harnett and James F. Collins, corpora
tors, have, this day, the 25th of Au
gust, A. D. 1877, organized a company in
pursuance of the laws of this Statu, in
such cases made and provided, under the
name and stvle of the OHIO COUNTY
FAIR COMPANY. The business of said
Company will be transacted at its ollicc
in the town of Hartford, Ohio County,
2. The ceneral nature of the businefa
of eaid Company organized na aforesaid,
will be to hold one or more annual Fairs
on the present site of their grounds near
3. The amount of canital stock author
izei bv the charter is not to exceed
$5,000, to be paid in such sums and in
installments, and at such times as the
Board of Directory may from time to time
3. This Comnanv will commence bus
ncss from lids date, and will continue
same for the space of twenty years, un
less eooncr discolveu uy the vote oi two-
third of the then cxisttnc stockholders.
5. This Company will be ofilcered by
President, Vice-President, Secretary,
Treasurer, and five Directors, who, and
each of whom, will hold their respective
offices for one year. The annual meeting
of said Company will beheld in said town
of Hartford, on the first Saturday in
April of each year, at which time and
place the officers aforesaid will be elected
6. The luehcst amount of indebtedness
or liability to which the corporation is at
any time to subject itself is jc:.ouu.
I'rivale properly oi tiic corporators is
to be exempt Irom the corporate debts.
It. H. jIosclxy, Attorney.
SInrrlnce Lleense Inane I Nlneo our
Oliver C. Boll and Miss Mary C. Dan
Geo. McGcennd Miss Eliza Carpenter.
Wm. IL Royal and Miss Lucinda C,
Noah J. Miller and Miss Almarinda
Deed I-oitzetl (or Reeord Slucc our
Kaihan Rogers to J. B. Rogcrla Ex'r.
&c, C2 acres on Lewis' creek, $4G7.98
G. B. WakelandtoC. AT. Wakeland
acres ou Spur creek. . $500,
E. Block to R. J. llalloway 20 acres
on Muddy creek, 207.50
E D. Martin to Jesse II. Reno i of 200,
acres on Rough creek, $1,000,
flic hotels of HartforJ, for sometime
past, have been the scene of quite a num
ber ofromantic weddings. On last Tuesday
morning another of like manner occurred
at the Hartford House. The contracting
parties on this occaion were Mr. D. II
Katon and Miss Mary h. Williams. Th
ceremony was performed by Rev. W. W
Cook in the presence, of a goodly number
who had gathered in to witness the hap
py couple pass from "darkness to light.'
The bride and groom have our heartiest
wishes for their happiness and welfare
in their voyage upon the sea of life.
One of thelivest and most useful men
in Ohio county is John A. Taylor. H
is always buying up the surplus products
of the county ct very fair prices and
finding a market for them. He wilt sin
from Beaver Dam to morrow two car
load of stock hois and cattle. W
wish him the succets he deserves.
Mr. B. B. Felix, who Twent ''boss'
hunting some time ago, and never re
turned, has been beard of at Fairfield
PI. We did not suppose his horses had
strayed out there.
Ttsrdnian's Mammoth Picture Ca
will be at McIIenry's Sept. 13th and re
. 1 mniu iu ua,ys. tt ill uu iruiu tuuu
1 1'Ockjiort. nnd then to Ueralvo. a pic
i tures for ao ceute.
lniiilHVllle Trntln (loss)p.
Business W.is good last week. The
stock market was looking up iuiie lively.
There were .It) horses sold at auction at
prices ranging from to $100. The
oll'erings were better than for two months
before, but still not enough to supply the
demand. There is a goo.l demand for
ii'iiles at good prices, and but few on the
The cattle market opened fair !nt week,
with heavy receipts and decline in prices.
IUt butcher hold from to 51c; medium
!3(H.1i: common 1J(.?,2. There was a
slight decline ia good cnttle the last of
The hog market opened wilh good of
ferings and a fair demand at 4 and 5
fur bestg nih',aud3 and -II for common
The i-hcep and Iamb market was dull
wilh good tillering of old sheep, at 3 and
3 for the best. Lambs I nnd 41 for
choice, and 3 nnd 3 for common.
The tobacco market was active with
no material change in prices.- The of
ferings and demand was fair. The re
ceipts for the week were l.lG'J hhds.
The wool market remains firm with
but little doing. The prices remain
stationary at last quotations. The grain
market remains linn. 1 he receipts oi
wheat were light, with a fair milling and
tdiipping demand at $1.10 and ?1 15 for
red, nnd $I.20(y 1.30 for timber and
white on arrival. There is a good ileal
ot damp grain coming in at COo and $1 00
per" bushel. Oats arc quiet without
change in price. Corn remains firm
without change. live brings 55 and GOc
on nrrival. Barley remains as last
quoted. Hay unchanged.
The poultry and produce market was
very good. There was a slight decline in
eggs. Good fresh eggs nic worth 9 cents.
Choice butter 10 to 18c. Old chickens
i50;?i"" P" d02- Spring chickens
1.25 to f 2 00
Potatoes have declined 25 to 40c on the
barrel. Onions have also declined 40 to
CO cents on the barrel, nnd the markst
is overlooked at $1.25 to $2.00 per bbl.
Itoasting corn has declined largely.
the market being stocked at fifty cents
barrel. Tomatoes have fallen from
I and $1.25 per bushel to 15 and 25c
per bushel. Cabbage firm at 40(rt,auc
per barrel. Sweet potatoes have declined
nnd arc readily had at $3 and $3.50 per
bbl. Cucumbers arc plentiful at $1.5(5
per barrel. Pickle cucumbers $1 per
Egg plants bring 25 cents cr dozen.
Fruit market is still with no material
change in prices. Plums $1.50 to $2.00
per bushel. Choice peaches $2 to $3 per
barrel. Cantelopes $4 and $4.50 per
barrel. Watermelons 15 to 20 cents by
the car load. They retail from 40 to CO
P. S Farmers and others desiring
pecial information or particulars of the
markets will receive prompt nnd reliable
replies by addressing our correspondent,
M. F., care room 20 courier-Journal
building, Louisville, Ky.
Revised and corrected weekly by
E. T. WILLIAMS,
Dealer in Staple nud Fancy Groceries,
Hardware, Agricultural imp::
ments, Machinery and
retail cnoctr.v KARKET.
Segar, Crnthcil per lb ,
sugar, Powdereil per lb
Sugar, A. Coffee per lb.
Sugar, C. Coffee (white)
Sugar, C. Coffto (yclloir) per lb....
65 to 75
trngar, rrimo rew urieans, per id
Molaires " " " per gallon..
Sjnip, (Whito Fancj) " '
Coffee, La Oatyn (prime) per lb...
Coffee, Illo (prime) per lb........
uonee, uio (common per id
Coal Oil per gallon............
Candlei (full weight)... ,
Salt per barrel..
Salt per bushel
reji enoice .t.
Tea fair to prime 75 to..
lltco per id
Pepncr, train, per lb....
Spiee, grain " " 30
ptee, grouna, 33
Ilorai per lb......... 30
Sulphur per lb SJ
SotJa per lb f J
Starch per lb 81
Macaroni, (Italian) per lb.... zj
Cheeie per lb - 212
Candlei 25 to 10
Raiilm " 25
Nuts " 20 to :.... 30
Crackers " ' 10
Vinegar (pars apple) per gallon...... '-10
Peaches, two pound cani........... 20
Peaches, tbrea pound cans 30
Pin Applo two pound tin cans 25
l'ine Apple, in giau......
Ovsteri (Cove) I and 2, 121 to 25
Corn (Star brand)- H 25
Pickles, pint jars . 20
Pickles, quart jars .: 35
Tomato Catsup v 30
Sauce (Woreeiterthlre) .. 35
Sauce (Pepper) 15
Mustard, pint .. 15
Cbow Chow, pint 20
Mackerel (no. 2 at) ...,. 3
Nails (eut) per keg, $3 50 to 425
Nam per nounu 3
Nails (horse shoe) .. 331
Shotfls (Ames) 125
Shorvls (common) , 100
Forks (Tour tino long strap) VJ
Forks (throe tlno long strap) 75
Forks (two tino long strap)........,..... 5
Cuffeo Mills, 50 to - -.. 75
Axes (common to best) Jl 00 to............. 125
Augucrs, per quarter, 1CJ
Sans (hind) . 175
Saws (cross-cut) per foot 60 to ............... 75
rBOVISIOK AXD rCODCCK.
Flour, per hundred. ..350
Meal, per bushel 50
Corn, per bushel 40
lisy, per hundred 50
Lard, per lb .. ......... 14
llams (country) per lb II to ...... 12)
Clear Side Bacon, por lb 11 to 121
SLouIders, per lb . 9
Magnolia llams, per lb 14
Chickens, per doscn ................175 to 200
Eggs, " " 8
liuttcr, per lb, first c'ass,15 to ...... 20
W0ODE3 V.IBE SC.
Tubs, No. 1. . SO
Tubs, 2 75
Tnbs, 3 65
Well Duckets - 50
Water Buckets 20
Wash-boards, 20 to 30
Brooms, 20 to 35
Sash, 8x1 01 2 lights primed and glssed,l 10
Sash, 10x12 " " " " li0
Stoneware, per gallon 15
Note Ihcse quotations are. to bo under
stCKxl as purely rktiil, and ma, Is to over the
smallest possibla quantities. Purchasers will
find npon trial, that the margins asked by ou
Hartford fliocery Merchants, in wholesale
quantities, are as small as any town in Kon
"A" coffee sugar, 12 cts per lb., at
J. F." Collins.
Arrival ant! Departure of tho
The Western Mail leaves at 'J a.m.,
niul arrives at I p m.
The Eastern Mail leaves at 1 p. m ,
r.lul arrives at 12 m
Sulphur Spring, Fordxvillc, Hnynes-
Hie and i'cllville lenves every Tliurdav
at C p. ni. nnd arrives Saturday nt 3 p in.
the Utvcnsboro mail, ta. lleil.i, llu-
ford. Pleasant Kidge and Mafonville
leaves on Tuesday nnd Friday nt 7 a. in.,
and arrives Monday nnd Thursday at 0
The Centertown mail arrives at 10 a.
in., and departs at 1 1 a. :n. Wednesday.
C. J. LAWTON, Postmaster.'
Do joii IhUc The Muimy South?
Ifnot, send for it immediately. It
is the universal favorite, and all South
erners aro proud of it. Let a largo
club ho raised without delay in this
community. It 13 tho only illustrated
literary weekly in tho South, and tin;
presa and peoplo everywhere unite in
pronoiinciii'r it the cntial in every re
sped of any Mtiuikir publication in
America. 1 ho hc?t litentrv talent of
the whole country, North and South
is writing for it, and it has somethtii';
..ach week for all classes of readers. Itn
stories arc suiwrior in literary merit.
and equal in thrilling intcic.t, to those
ol any other paper, nnd Us essays uioii
all subjects are from the best minds of
In addition to thrilling new slones,
n scries oi In illiant articles will soou be
gin on the Campaiuxs ani Battmcm
ok Tin: Ailmy okTi:xnisi:i:, by Co
tjNEi, ij. . r uoiiei,, a distinguished
military engineer of that army in all
its trying times. Ihcse papers will eS
plain all tho movements of Generals
Johnston Howl and Sherman. Don't
miss any of the numbers. They will
rend liko a fascinating romnnce.
New and exciting stories are begin
mg every week or two.
State and local agents arc being nn
pointed everywhere, but let each com
munity form a club at once and send
on lor the paper, liaviiic passed
successtully through two ot tho hnrc
est years we shall ever see, it now chal
lenges the admiration and unlimitct
support of the people. Tho price
$:$ a year, but clubs of four and up
wards get it for $2.f0. Address Jso
IL SEALS, Atlanta, Ga.
BSfWo club it with tho Haktfoiui
Uerai.d, and for $ 1,00 you can secure
your homo paper nnd our geat Southern
literary journal, both ot which every
body in tuts community should sustain
fi?Wc will send the Saturday Evening
Post and Ilartfonl IIecald, for one year,
on receipt ol W So. lo those who arc
already subscribers to the Hkrai D,we will
send thel'oston receipt of M oO. Address,
Jons I. Uarrett,
Editor Herald, Hartford, Ky
W. L. HAWKINS Principal
Miss TRUDIE BAIItD, . . . Assistaht.
First tension of nvo months commences
Monday, September, ,1, IS77.
Primary department $3,00
Higher branches $12.00
Ono fourth of the tuition feo duo at beginn
nine. Oso-lourth at ml ldta of session. Tn
rest at cud of school. Patronage solicited
Estravcd. Taken up as an cstray by
Christopher C. Bennett, living near Buck
Horn, gyp miles worth-west of tlartloni,
Oiiificnnntv. Kv.. one sorrel horse, cichi
, cars old, some fifteen hsnu? uigo, ien
lind foot white, small star in his face,
, , . ..
some white on his nose, shoe on his left
iore foot and has the fistula, appaised at
thirty-live dollars. Given junuer my
hand, this the'Joth day of August, lu.
A. a. UENNETT, J. X. U. U.
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Common Sense'' or "Plain Home Talk'
one of the best medical works ever pub
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For sale by W. II. Griffin, at the Drug
store, for the small sum of 2.50.
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Tenders his professional services to the
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Pailucah an J Elizabaihti wn
TI M-E T A BLE, No. 3.
In effect Sunday, July, 1st, 1877.
5:40 a. m.
.. 7:25 a. in
. 7:41 a. 111.
.10:46 a. in.
.... 5:25 p.
.... 2:00 p.
.... 3:15 p.
.... 4:10 p.
.... 3:55 p.
cave Padueah 0.10 a. m.
' Uransvillc 7:55 a. m.
Henderson 10:00 a. m.
' Hopklnsvlllo ll:.10a.m.
(luthrio 10:2ft a. ui.
' Nashville - 1:05 a. m.
Arrive Beat er Ilam 3:07 p. m.
'i Cecilia.- 5:40 p. m
" Kuiabethtonn iiii p. m.
" Louisville S:05 p. m
An express train mikes closo connnections
bcttricn Louisvlllo and Cecilia,
11. II. tl. MINT Y,
Ocncral Manager, Elisabetbtown
J. M. Doom, Agent, Beaver Dam.
- rAPUCAii .t kliz tni RUTov.s r.. n. co 1
tLiztuKTinowN, nr., Juno llib, 77. )
until further notice, l'assencir lrains un
this road will bo run on Sundays.
It. O. MIX ry, Ucn. 3Iaa.
Kviitinvlllp, OucilNlor V 'nltvlllc.
HAIL HOA'U TIME TABLE.
Took effect Monday, February, 2Sth, 1877
I.cacs Oncnrlioro at 8.30 a. m
Arrives at Onentboro Junction at Il-.IH
Leaves owonsboro Junction at 2:00 p. m,
Arrives nt Owcnsboro at 4:50 "
Dlroct connections niado with Padueah Hail
Accommodation Train every Saturday.
Leaves Owcnsboro Junction at 7:00 a. to
Leaves uwensooro at 1:00 n. m.
.Direct time can now bo made from Hartford
to Owcnsboro by this line, and no lay over
at the Junction.
H. S. TKIPLETT, Uen 1 Manager,
mm k mi
Having determined to close out their present
uasincss. ouer tnelr largo and well
assorted stock ot
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods.
Men's Youths' and Boys' Cloth
ing, Hats and Gaps,
BOOTS and SHOES,
AT AND BELO COST FOK CASH OR
Now is the time to secure a Bargain
as this is
DOT A .
They will still remain In tho LFAF TOBACCO
TK.4DE. Don't fool your time and money
away and let theio bargains slip through your
fingers, hat come at once und purchase what
CLOTHING A NI1'I.ILTY.
MENDEL & KAHN,
To the V'okIilii2 Class. We are no
prepared to furnish all classes with constant
employment at home, the whole of their time
or for their spare moments. Business new,
light and profitable. Persons of either sex
easily earn from 50 cents to Five Dollars per
evening, and a proportional sum by devoting
their wholo timo to tho business. Boys and
girls earn noarly as much as men. That all
who see this notice may send their address and
test the business wo niako Ibis unparalled ol
fcr: To such as we aro not well satisfied wt
will send one dollar to pay for tho' troubl of
writing. Fait particulars, samples worth tor
eral dollars to cemmencs work on, and a copy
or tae noma and f ireside, one or tho best
Illustrated Pudlications, all sent free by mail.
Header, if you want permanent, profitable em.
U0. a i u mji w
L. T. BAENAED'S
BEAVER DAM, KY.
For tho best
Family and Fancy
Agricultural Implements, Etc.,
Pure API'tK llir.V.NDY, KVVlt uKR
aiitl MUXAKCII WI1INH1EN, at (!io
LOWEST CASH miCES.
Sullcngcr Whisky 'J years
o Id at 70 cents a quart.
99 roeava &T..bi.Marki
Tua DoCToa. a KKtilas aiiauatt la Hi ino ccaacno
uZta t trest all falVAta. CMSOKIC sad SsxpaL
two w nvit uava. BYWilLlS. clan, strienra,
ViiKucile, SlI oTuU. Skin aa J Wood Dneasas cujM. Soj.
rill ..tSiU!rt- E"1" U1SIASKS. UUUSU.
tiaiuioi... UtbiUtr, riniules oo C I ace. PUitaesi. Dim.
nn. of SiKt. loiitU. IWbiim ca.nr. lla
tteacy. A.cnlua to boclrtjr aa.1 o'S"! ffV.if Si
Sta Mil t hill tne eii reqiiiro.1 tjr Uin. lHcta
rvuauiwJ l aU uo. al ao "'l J?' S?
Cme giuraaued la all cases uadcrukea. .p.?1;
caaJ..l.illa dir. aw.licir.el say ",I"'J''K!
VatTlsri, . -snlej. sad
ItlltW.itaaaa cootemr-USair mme. tecalies: all Uve
yllosiclioj.leilc ot the iul
anatslas Wt trUa sad ad.lc. ol a tW.
dttUniULjieiH)lilfucceMla rtl.ate rtsctlce. 1ii Is IJJ
MlUiu I aad kept la tne pfUata ''iV.Ttll
ivl leinaU throughout tUe I tad. No matter .hoce.kjtras
tJleJ I u etf.l a Site, read I this lk and I roult Drt LArj.
00 jourtli BtrMt, LsOulsiTllU, T.
Great chanco to make mon
ey. If you can't get gold
you can get greenbacks. We
need n nerson in every town
to tako subscriptions for the
largest, cheapest and best
AllUSirUlCU I.IUI7 jiUM..v'
tlon in iha world. Any ono can becomo a suo.
cessful agent. Tho most elegant works of art
given frco to subscribers- Tho prico is so
low that almost everj body subscrib.-a. Ouo
.rant renorts over $150 in a week. A Isdy
agent reports taking over 400 subscribers in
ten days. All who engago mako money 'fast.
You can devote all your timo to the business,
.l. nr anara time. I'oU need not bo
away jrotn homo over night. You can do It
as well as othcri. Full particulars, directions
any terms free. Elegant and eipensivo Outfit
free. If you want profitable work send us
vour address at anco. 11 costs doiihuk m irj
tho business. Ao ono who engages fails It
mako groat pay, Address -'Tho Peoples Jour
nai," Portland Maine.
BOOT I SHOEMAKER
Repairing neatly and promptly done,
Magnificent Brafl New gSAO. rose
wim! Pianos only $175. must he sold
Fino llusetrood tlpiicbt Pianos Little
Used tast tSOO. only 8125. Parldr Organs
2 stops 15,Ustip $B.1, 12 stops only 75.
Nearly New -1 set rted 12 stop sub bass anil
coupler Organ 55 dollars, cost over 350 dollars.
Lowest prices tver offered sent on 14 days test
trial. Vouak,nhy I offer so cheap? I an
swer, Hard Times. li'OO employees must have
work. Result of tho war commenced on me
by tho monopolists. Battlo raging. Particu
lars free, Address, Damkl K. IIrattv,
Washington, New Jersey, I
liorotitrhly Cure! JM.icnsejf of
Paicss 2S Cents per C'uko: Box (3 cakes)!
0 cents. .
N. 11. bent br mall, 1'repald. on rec
price. C. N. CKITTE.VTO.V, Prop'r,
ittl Uou SJorat
net, Brsuta til
A GREftT OFFER
Hani Times dispose of 100 Pianos & Org:
new and second-handed of first-clasa makers
acturerers & Dealers. 40. East 14th At.. Union
bquare, New lork.
FXEUAXTl'AItlW. No two alike
mi tf with name ISc. Post paid. J. B.IIus-
ted, Nassau, N. T.
ONLY FIVE DOLLABS
FOR AM ACRE !
Of the Best land ia AMEKICA, near the
Gieal Uuion Pacific Railroad.
A FARM. FOR $200
la easy payments with low rates of interest
SECURE IT XOWll!
Full information sent free, address
0. 1'. DAVI.S, Land Agent, U, P. R. It.
Estbavkd. From Alexander Hetllin,
living about one mile from Centertown,
Ohio county, Kentucky, on Wednesday,
the 1 0 1 1 1 inst, a medium sized black
mare, lnnd feet while, blind in nglit j
eye, ana while star in loreheati. Any-
one giving me such information as will
enable me lo find her, will be liberally
compensated. Alkiandek Hekflis.
HALL & EDDY'S
Patent Iuter-lock Steel Spring
"MOTIIIXG 1,1 KK IT !-
nhnnn nn;,7fl 77. T?o,.
TO THE PUBLIC.
r AVo wish It distinctly understood by all who I
read this that our Patent Inter-lock Spring
Bed Uottoms aro all that we claim for them.
They have been must thoroughly tested, and
undergone tno sovcrot cxiuctsms ol all no I
havo tneJ them, and, alter being used for four I
... In lintel., on .SlmmlMlAta :.n 1 in Prir.lrl
Itesidencos, the general verdict is, that for Du-
rability . Ease and Kconotuy, thoy aro nneual'
ed by any ether Ucd Bottom made. They are
adapted to the use of any kind orMatrassor
1 -.1 i, ij r I
Cll.n vuit ,,u n nu.un n a uu-a iui,
and not to warp or weaken. A trial of tbcm Is
all we ask for.
ifALL A EDDY,
"Tl T aster CouiuilKiIoucr'si A'otlcc.
Ohio Circuit Court.
ames M. Hurt's Adm'r.,PIa'tT. I
James M. Hurts Heirs Dcf'ts, J
Nolle is hereby given to the Creditors of
James Jl.llurt, Ueceaied.th.it ihc unilerslgn'd,
Commissioner ot tbo Ohio Circuit Court, under
on Order in tboabavo styled cause, will attend
at his office, tn Hartford, from tho date hereof
until the 25th day ot October, 1S77, to receive
and hear proof of claims against said Dece
dent: ana mat ail claims not i resented to mm
and proven as required by law, within tho spec-
tutu time ancve, win oeiorever oarrra.
E. R.MUHUELL, M. C. O. C. C.
Aug. 7, 3m.
" Tu.iter CouimlK.Ioucrs Notice,
Ohio Circuit Court.
Lewis L. Smith's Adm'r. Pla'tT.
Lewis L.Smith's Heirs, Deft,
Notice is hereby civen to tl-c Creditors
of Lewis L Smith, deceased, that the
undersigned. Commissioner of the Ohio
Circuit Court, under an Order in the above
styled cause, will attend at his oilice. in
Hartford, from the dale hereof, until the
1st day of October. 1S77 to receive and
hear proof of claims against said De
cendent; and that all claims not prrsent
ed to him and proven as required fy law
wiiuin tne time specincu auoYe, win ue
E. R. MURRELL. M. C. O. C. C.
July IS 3m.
TV,rtcr Comml.ssiioiicr's Notice.
Ohio Circuit Court.
Against V Equity
Notice is hereby civen to the Creditors
Ol IV. 11. JUCCOUneil lleceaseil, mat llie
j. ... r r r. ... , . ...
unaersigneo, uommissioncr oi tne uinoi
Circuit Court, under an Order in the
above styled cause, will attend at his Of
fice in Hartford from the date hereof, tin
til the 1st day of October. 1877. to re
ceirc and hear proof of claim's against
said Decedent : aud that all claims not
presented to him and proven as required
Ly law. within the time specified above,
will ber forever barred.
. E. R. MURRELL, JL C. O. C. a
raster C'omuiIsmlaiicr'H Xotlcc.
Ohio Circuit Court.
R. T. Bell's Adm'r. Plaintilf.
R. T. Bell's Heirs, Defendant.
Notice is hereby given to the Creditors
of R. T. Bell deceased, that the under-
Burned, Commissioner of the Ohio Lir-
cuit Court, under an Order in tho above
styled cause, will attcnil at hm Office, in
tM ItitlaKo-eCoral Palace." il -.v r"..V . ' ?jf. T If V
'KSSi TitSH LIGHT-RUNNING
5narf c&Mi3iiYh -io. spr; V; 'if' JSSiSS .
Waters' at lower prices for cash or "'-ai. ? ?iT. !lSsVSrr'7 L ."- V """ 1
or to let until paid for than ever T 7? ; ;' ' 'Vtti&r inwiljr oflVork.
offered. Waters' Orand Snuaro ami f- t- V.r. fc-K.-;V.'C, -K"rni 10 Bnn. :
Pianos .t Organs, Including their tTeTi'n Vi'V'? : -553 Alsrssjraj In OrJrr.
"JTianr TTxiZ V', W&JS Sewing MaohineCo.. , 4
a T.lr "J" Slot, Hrnli, SII J .tnn. M. I "V L ' , St K . -' 1.' . --.uvr- ... '
!. 88. SS stops 875. 10 stops SSS. 12 p ' .'V 'J .
liou casn, not usc.1 a jear. in periect -J whoI(f . . - . :f . . ... . .. ..
ami warranted. Local and Traveling n... "' i.f . . -.- 7; " ''" "uororalilor atsd
s Wanted. Illustratod Catalogues 3rd .nlV ' -' - n ' W'HK-mucIiJhc, tho only perfeil' "
I. A liberal discount to teachers, Minis- MV . ' i. : " . J JL' '' ..1 Braiding M.ehln. ka'.wn. eosts'bntVl
Churches, etc. Sheet musio at v-'f T'lPHftVli s--'TffffiqrisY -' mor lna "t family Maetlno.
HORACE WATERS & SONS. Manu- I The Aehromalla P.I.LI. .?.i.,t is:- I 'USBestie'PaMr f,-l.ln
llartlorU, Irom the date uereoi, untu tne mtTON, GUTHRIE A CO. Manulattar
lst dav of October. 1877. to receive and I a( Trunks. Valises. TravsllntrbaM and
hear proof ol claims against said Dccc -
dent: and that all clsims not presented to
. . ' . . . r t i . r.t. I
Him ana proven nsrequirca oy uiw, wim-
. 1 . T .... almva will 1 f
in the time specified above, will be for
R R. MURRELL, AI. U. O. CC
July 18 3m,
A trial Box of Dr. KIssner's celebrated
Consumption Powders will bo sent free, by
... n a .a
disease. This is the only preparation known
to euro or benefit the disease.
Prico for largo hox 'lhreo Dollars.
ASH & BOBBINS,
35o Fulton Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
t:iSrncis the i.rmi.V lliiMliif-il)iisei
nmi Jinnurnrlitiliii; tniiiiri.
luCtlU lis I.milHVllIe.
rp B. CltllrniEB A- CO. so cessor to It.
JL Bnyd i Co., Dealers in Iron, Sled,
nails, horse khnrs. anvils, aie. holts
thimble skeins and springs 309 IV. Main St.
T XcCLUSU, DAY CO.
JJX. Wb.lesata dealers in Bods and Sho.
Eastern ard Custom mode. No'. 271 and 273
Main street, between 7 and 8. Or.lrr. nlll-.l. I
PIalfarIn l 7Pi
tl&rallv aillusted bv Dr. Em a .Vinr. wlll.l
ii: aenu lor pamphlet which will tellycn how
..l:.r .41. a.
iviici. ,v jiim ot.
"OOSWELL'S IIEATEA and COOKKR.
J-s A great saver or TucI and and a rurally
convenience. When tried, its merits a,, as
knowlcdged. It rerulutiunises cooking and
Healing in homes. A. h. Samard. Hi v..,,.ti.
t. Send for circular.
, JUkM ,hu '""' f
tb. Eye, Throat
cd Ear a specialty: Ocice, 233 W. Walnut St
I I lommissiun Mtrehanta. K,,I...
ueaicrsin rrovutons. Produce, Hay, Flour and
uraio. ao. IDS W. Main Street. Louisrill,.
TMCKINSON FUhNITCRB Ml"f!0.
XJ Manufacturers ot best styles Stspla Far
niture, .Matrices. l!i-ll,lin anil Thai
aaJ Hroroom Sixth Sircot, between Muinsna
Tho Fathionah'eFurnisher.anil Man.
ufacturerorFine Drrss Shirts. No. 72 4th St.,
Louisville. Hrailnnptr fn VVh;. I....
- .v. I, W..W , B.U.
Roods sent on approval.
T, lnni.rT . 9nv
llrocrrs and Provision dealers. No. 72
IjJ"1 5.,"'!.t St-' belln Soud and Third,
tl . 2S4 Main St.. between 7th and 8th,
wholesalo manufactureis of Sa.l.llrj, Harness.
Collars and Qathrlghl's palwit Saddlra and
uarots. catalogue, sent ti dealers ouly.
. Paris Millinery House. No V 1 IS and
H. - ?.? "urtfl ATn. '"'
IIS fourth Avenne. sends Bonnets, llats.llii-
nai Veils and Wro-iths, Mourning Uonnats and
Veils, He. L. O. V. onanororal. Stnd fur eir.
t J. It
J, No. 104 titirlh Ave., near Market,
Mjnufacturer of Fringe, 1mIs, Buttons,
Cord, Ac, and dealer in Zcphyts, Canvas, and
rancy uuwu. r,atra discount lu merchants
TTARCINfrON i (I AT 11 1( III 11T.
-li Manufacturers of saddles harness, eol.
aa saddlery hardt4re. Headquarters
'or "alhngbt patent Morgan side saddl and
harness saddles, 2tt7 Mjia St., bet. 7th and
T . MATH hits.
Tower iUsre Carpet
tl .House 1
ISO West Market twt. 4 an I 3th.
Finest CArpet house in the world. Larzot aud
chespest stock ot g..
BEMINf.TO.VSSV N.J MACIIIvr. m
raved. J.CIary General Agrai, I!)j f!iir
St. solicits order's fii-ui il.nlr-, aurrta'and
clubs for the Light Uunnicg Uujei.il i'avr-
JH. RYAN A
.Leathrr. Phio a
CO.. Shoo and Saddle
nd Intrric tifcils, b- st lan
ner's oil, No. 2ij Wr.tMain Strt-e:,
ord?ra prurapily atlrndd to.
flJ-ADAM O. J. OI.IV Kit. luiiN,rir and
-l.TjLdealcr in laces, tiubroidtries. g'utts, Ac.
adding trousseaus aa.l mourning ohIs a
specialty. Drrss and cloak making tu order.
JABE7.0. KIl'.KKf. willwricht, 1 uilds and
furni-hes in lis and nt-1 1 machinery. Ea
gmc, .hIU:ijs pnllics wkccl Ae, fur sale.
Aortbwret corner of 10th aud Maui Streets.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN OUItE.
It cures spavin., splin s, csllocs Ac..
and removes the bunch without llisterlng.
Send for a clrsularto J. W. Morrill A Co., N
jtj, Jtain M-, Louisville, rv j wnolesalo and
Solid tiiia Silver Tew Spoons, id ner set.
Sent to any address C. O. D., subject U exam
ination beforo paying. Serd fur illdstrated
catalogns Si verwaro and 1oeks, 0 pages,
.Vent free. OTIS W. SNYDER, Joirtjer, lis
I Fourth Avenue; Louisville, Ky.
I TUtlHES TOXI'',
11 A spordy, said and rellablo remedy for
cuius ana lever.
Psick, $1 rs. Born.. Fur ar
It. A. KOBINSON t- CO., Druggists.
Sold by Drngglsts and Merchants generally. I
WUltACU A SC1I0LTZ. Wholcs,aI faney
grocers, confectioners and fruiterers Si
W. Market St. A new firm established after
I". t t
tho recent with Jrawal of J. ll. Wuraeh feom
V7urach A Bergrecn.
"TT7"M. ROmiKRT A CO , wholesale grocers
YY Commission merchants. RectiSaa and
dealers in domestic wine, liquors, tobacco and
cigars, No. 330 W Main st.
L. clo K E a rocer. Produce ami com.
.mission merchant, and dealer la pb
LWmV. Ky. '
PBKKY St CO.buccessors to Janny A Perry,
Mfrs agents and dealers in rubber goods,
croquet, cbildrena' carriages, toys and faaey
goods. Removed to 12!, 4th St. near Jefferson
BP. FITCH'S NEW Store. No's. 170 and
. 173 Fourth Avenne. Ladies' furnishiar
I goods, silks and fancy dress goods, fans para-
I . aI . iimliKlla. 1c S.I .In... An I
.v.a, HHau....-., a I
KENDRICK A SON. 110 Fourth
YY Avonuo. Dealers ia Watches, Clocks,
Diamonds, Jewelry, tjllvcrwaro. Table Cutlery
-e- icrma ro suu mo umes. opeciai ait.n-
"" " pfu""
1 Horse collars. Solo right to ass V. A O's Pat.
Tray Uingoand Spring. 180 West Main St.
JOHN P. MORTO.V A CO. booksellers,
Stationers, printers and binders, blank-
book manufacturers. Louisville, Ky. All
dcrs carefully and promptly filled at lowest
"1ROOKED boots and shoes can be straight-
V cned as eood as new. and new boots can
e aepi straignt, oy using mo jieiwio xie-
stmener, wntcn may ds appiiea oj any one
I Tha turn af thsam xnrsti tfiM nahlc Of rnntiinc
.a 1 a 1 . it . I 1 lf 1
over mo uooi or snoo ai mo nee., uorn uy
men, women anu entiurea. x-ncu. per
gr pifu. ompmumo
sorted, by mail, $1 50, Sample pairs by mail
25 cts, Address orders to INOALLS A CO.,
ccip oi mim, ice. i ift,4s- w , ' 1 mm
i aim " ...jf--- .... -i- - . 7. ., (H
. -iLOTiuv:. ; v. : - ;i i - .V ,; sT
! ring- these T . - a. I W-jfe "
Manufacturers and dealers in BooU and Shoos frco. J. H, iJUFfOKD'S SOUS, BOSTON.
' S78 West Mala St, Louisvillej Ky. 1 v3uM-6ra. Established 1830.
W.SBKRltlhL A CO.
Wbolcsalo dsaUrs ii books and sta.
lionery ; blank hoiks spMially. Job anddra
label printers. Nrt. 22 W. Main street. Spa,
clnl induetmcnls to cash buyers.
LEWIS, UACK .V CO. Dealers in fiehl anil,
garden seeds, farming Implement. Avery
plows, Brinley plotrs. t'ule agents fur1 th
celebrated Studcbjker wagon and Oliver
enme jjina gs
or n, a s a "W" l-"feelion
or at. Send S ceats.foran llluslrate
The 'DottMlie Monthly Fashion
ao.l Wterary J..arn.l. Ulu.iratej.
Acknowledged auihority. $l.5Ja,,.r .
and a Premiuu. Sptei.n Copyl u
cents. Agents wistet. mMost liberal
Doniestic-Sewinjj Jrachlne Comjan
XKW YOIIIl and CIIZCAUO,
nn..ll la SS( v
tmmm & ms&m,
Tender their Professional Servicos la tho it.
sens of Fordsvillo and vkinlty.
r th, B.VT ,nJ Mo,T Ecosomcai. In the
Is perfectly Pfek free from acids and uthfr
fs StunxaKz than any otberrequiri0ng"mueb
.uuiii; m a?ing.
Ii Lsirosii stUTens and finishes' work ilasri
Klngford'a Oswego Cora Starch
Is the most delieioua of all prepsrations for
PUDDINGS, BUNC-MANQE, CAKE.ETC
BROWN & DAVIS,
MA KBLE AVO 1 HS
Ilaltwi ami American MaiUe,
wul jramifuditrers of.
Monuments, Tombtlones dt.
Tatronagc solicited and satisfaction
'tiaranteed. Prices reasonable. Orders
from a distance promptly attended to.
AJl orJcr9 w;n receivc'our prompt atten-
I . r i
O Jbi I O
rsL. i-iTXi h rn T j.
lilO UAimi AlUIIll tUlL
I I'OU L 8 lO AfiXAb, Y1SL St.
ONLY ONE CHANGE
of cars to TEXAS,
which is at
For full particulars and information.
I Address O. C CHAPMAN, Gen'l
Tictet A front, or CLTF. P. KEN- '
NED Y, Gen'l Southern traveling
Aeent. comer 4th and Main streets.
I Louisville, Ky. v3n34-tf.
37 Conrt Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A rirrir trtrfJ &svt kfIt qnlifial tjckUa i4 it
lariat sattlWWkaJ, kU fnttC9 Will PCM.
Ortros all forms of PRIVATE,
tipormatorrlioa ud Xmpoiesoyy
Vf mttil t ilJ-avTMj ia jmLsV. xml tmxi tm m.
UltT Tfiri, M MlMr uvn, mA fndmiug mmt t ti mi
lscXytNsMa, Ssrtnl 1 rml-iisjsi . mfc wsai
4r l drmsMk. DlsaWM lrXt, Dfenlt lfrwrj. Ty
4 sail) tsar nM4sM V, Ji mtm ty
Cmrur4ta l Ue. Lm t 8cml rwtr. KisirtlsaC
sMavm IrMPrajrjasjr t iitofpT, r ratMrraMfklj mm, fnmtm
mux ra. SYPHtL IS I1" mm
tir 5Tywf- trif ymi GoHorrnea.
OliCCT. lUrktara, OrckiUsi. trmi. IhsfCunil
rkaMMHCTrMT(,'U'1' arkkly cmridr.
UUaKlI-nrailltlsaAt apk la W psl J rS)S-Clfx lttCtle -
U a mtUa etsi mj Mm. m4 tmtlic lrfitt u
AUf. twiim iml It,UL rajtssttriasi tUMbi Ula tWI avflsm
Wraiasawmt (ctwu to mj tr. Vhs 1 k tacMtakst to
vist Um citj ftr UhrworMal. wtedlelar cu b Mat yrtru!
al ttlj fry Mail ar n(rcM aajaatra.
Cnrw Gnarantdod la all Cases
untie rtnlc en
iaiisNajuuoa 0ran; or Yf kttcr flr last li1te
CIurt4 KaUsMUiab Al corrwpaaitaca trtttly caafrrUatUraj
Of 900 paces, mt t aay Olmi, ircartlj Matorl. tW tawty
CM) ftita, SlhsMlit nad aU. isUma aa at
0o kn frvaa A. ta r. lX. 8ataUrata4r.X.
a day srxro mado by
ocr Chromos. Cray
ons, and reward.
MiKto, scrmturo Text. Transparent. Picture
I and Chromo Cards. IOO samples, worth gf,
I suet postpaid for 75e. Illustfated CaUloir.no