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"m J.o7l BAKKKT'r, Kill tor.
WEDNESDAY, .VITT it. IST7.
Thcro is no mure certain indication
of business-capac-ty than tu sec n man
uso printer's ink freely. Many do not
fee it in this light through mere want
of reflection. Tho question of adver
tising they think is overdrawn by pub
lisher?, from motives of sclf-intcre't,
and they never tiko time to look nt
the fuels nnd ascertain thnt the most
successful business men arc invariably
those who do upt pare expense in pub
lishing their business, There may be
tuch n thing as spending too much
money that way, but tha fault gencr
ally , lies on the other side
On Bonrtl Ibe Trnlu.
R. R. Sunday, Sept. 1(5, 77.
Tho passenger taking. Uo Jraiu at
Beaver Dam today, on our way to the
Presidential reception at Louisville
desire through your columns to' return
thanks to Col. J. M. Dpom, ngent nt
Beaver Dam, for procuring nn extra,
nice, atjd comfortable car for us, by
rfrv v.mfirlj.lli' kiI nntiO f"ii t.i-
imous verdict is that he is tho "right
man in the right place:
E. D. Walker, J. A. Thomas, Chas
JleaddjicAi.K. Leach, jJohg! Barnes,
Jr., W. II. Murrcll Isaac Mendel,
G. V. Cooper, J. F. T. Ward, I. S.
Johnson, J7 E.MdgaB,X JVBamard,
D..ltogef8, E..L. Sullcnger, R. F.
Taylor, Sam Soudcrs, Dr. I. Foster,
M. A. Barnard, A. II. Kahn, J. M.
Forgey, J. J. Leach, E. A. Maddox,
D. Ford; L. Mendel, D. Orr, F. E.
Ilocker, and eeveral others.
Tho above, compliment to Colonel
Doom was not received at the oflicc iu
time for last issue.
Mt. ?ixdy. Sept 24, 1877,
The spirit brooded on tho waters,
and tho dry land appeared.'' This
was tho announcement when the world
was born, and peace dwelt upon its face.
IIow desolate and ruined it has been
since, may be traced in the history of
nations under the rule of ambitious
nnd reckless men, whoso spirits knew
no moderation or justice, caring
only for self, though infamous fame
blackened the pages of history with
thejr name. After the blighting deso
lation of mock Republican rule for
years, when darkness covered the face
of the great deep, nnd light and hope
had gone out, the spirit of a noble
patriotic Frcsident ventures forth with
the olive branch of peace wavinc thro'
Jtheyorth and South and heralding
vi imrpmai peace and
good will to all men. That spirit is
infused through the masses, a jubilee
has como, hosannas are souuded, con
fidence rules the tour, and a united
people hoabr and applaud Mr. ITayes,
compliment his noblo wife, a woman
worthy the President of the Rcnublic
This is a noble spectacle, a grand ne
cessity, and is unprecedented in the
history of the American nation. Here,
from these heights of Mt. "Windy, so-
ff are 1 8eDd niy greeting
aad say all honor to the good noble
President and his compatriots iu the
good work. And now, let me deviate
a little by simply saying a bargain' is a
bargain. We agreed to the commit
sioo, and by the honorable, compact
cnteretf.into, we..ought not complain.
Whatever the motives, impure or not,
ot tlie commission, we have ri ih.LIp
mindmnu.wprtby tho tiUo-aiid hon-ri
ors of tlwf
nobby, dales to fill, to uht4ir?oca6D!
UW.6B ihowj ue jbo
v. . "
tfpAlitrt Rili ttv-
TltM js, the title-of the grand conjdnc-
nn formed of BrntzHovl Zoolnl
fVillM.fin i..: ri.:i .... .
. lnJ oinm, fixuiuiiion, anu
urr jiooums ureal American Alcnajr
ene. ueseum and Ciiviiil a mniAi.i.
rnmbin'atiou under the manj;cnunt of
ur. jioouins, exiiiuucii nwier various
tents, and one ticket of iidruiseion only is
required to the entire exhibition. It is
now larjous as oeing Hie largenfand best
tadlcctiori- of wild anlmi(g, bmtf and
iru in -Anrnca, oi wiucu-jne maseum
i rrtilete and contains, curinriiiin rmm
very part oi the'Olobe, all living, rare
The circus department, contains mut
eminent perTormers and peculiar features
in a new ana no-el oharnctcr.c It is suf
ficient to tay that the present enterprise
iwora upon a ngiu purpose, iuiiv car
rirtlout to obtain the widest-range ot
arenic talent and secure the most mcri
lorions, exciting and amusing sensations,
governed by a strict regard Tor true an
mid merit, und entirely Tree from indeli
cacy, but appealing tor patronage from
ihe higher tastes, desires and requisites
of a pure amusement loving people.
In addition to the two combined men
ngeries. least's, 'remilm, monsters of the
eea and birds of ihe .air, a, grand doubh
sirens con-psnv, composed of srlirts ol
Iiniltstlte- Great Ameiican and Be.itr
KoysJ German Circus .has been add ! in
ti eries-of enterlMimreuts varying entire
ly from the old routine maimer of sh&w.
harming mutational arenic scenes,
ntoidinte all stale and objectionable feat,
iirr. The Clown are incomparably the
lurwt origiiiat, wiitr, musical and gro
iqiiedcip1ts of IfiuiiUH ever witnc6tcl
Krything in pungent and brilliant, and
irli differ in diffusion of their humor,
rnitrr. catieutnres and comicalities.
In addition to the most grand and
ii iiincrnt street parade ever en. tliere
u- but is called the Bcinculr Allego
iv and Living Tnlflesti Cumival, con
ininirg ijic most relulent and put riot ic
lispthy, teeming with artistic, novel and
T,-c psi-crs in towns where this show
iia -xhibited are libcraTin its praise
Th. y announce .the animal colleclion'llie
la'-t ever ehou under canvass; and
t-p sy ,f the aicidc performances:
Tiv urrrhakie m.d pure in character,
arl tiicrcfoic unexcelled.'.''
Man- nf liic e.my citizen! of our -.ttn'
art' l.id t-i Ic.irn (hat a new cuinpaitx has
been rormi'il, and tluiljhis institution id
fairly Fit on its feet again. Some are
not altogether salit-ticd with the practical
working of our fair heretofore. Many
j;ood citizens, persona who believe the fair
id a good thing, and desire to patronize
it, cannot feci tree to do so with the sur
roundings which-have. liiilu-itd attended
it. That, a fair conducted so ns to uroiv
cily secure its original design, is.n.good-f
thing, no one u ill deny. And that th
accomplishment of nich a work ns thin'
institution proposes to do, is very greatly
needed in our country, is certainly true
And there is no appaicnt rra.-on hy the
desired oldest should not he attaitled'tn
the wy proposed. And that, too, with
out the help of eido issues or immoral
adjuncts. '1 he numerous gambling ma.,
chines continuity swindling tho uni-iia-peeling,
permitted to publicly carry on
llieir dishoncet work within the fair
grounds, have t-.rr.ol a great many good
men from the fair. But now, vhen we
look nt tile names of the present hoard of
managers, there is certainly rvniou to ex
pect that, iu tho future conduct of the
(air. it will be divested of these foul ex
crctcnccs. But, per Imps, it would be
uiprc satisfactory to sonic to hare an ex
pression of the managers upon this tub
iecu, Will tli i-M e,amblinr
establishments inside the inclooure-?
It is announced that a speed ring will
be added to the former attractions if the
fair. Some of us would like to know
just what that is. In another place and
under thenuspices of other men ue.would
understand it to be n race track. But
these men arc not going to hor6C-jacing,
of course, .So the phrase mtisl, if. pot in
wholcat least in pari, coat cy a wrong
Our moral internet is our highest inter
est. .That which demoralizes the people
injures everybody., Our moral interest
mutt be regarded. And if the managers
of the fair will give the people the as
surance that they arc gome; to run it on
moral principles, the people will give
them an ample support. Amicus.
Writton exprcttly for tho HartforJ Herat J
tVhy Men are Driiuknrtlii.
Poixt PuusAJiT, Sept. 17th, 1877.
It is Blrange perhaps to a number of
persons where all drunkards como from'
as all babes are sober. It reminds mc of
what I once heard a man say cone
ing lewd tfonn and grey horses, he
said he had never in his life, saw a mean
girl, nor a grey colt, and I neTer saw a
drunken infant, hence the comparison
I mill now offer a few ideas of where
I think drunkards spring from. Tirst,
it is a common tliing,( and at the same
time, a very wrong one,) for men to buy
intoxicating liquors, and call up, all
hands, boys and aiiy, (using rather a
slang phrase) to take a drink, and. tha
boys thinking it all right, as men were
doing so, they walk up and lakp, per
haps their first dram,a winch all persons
uo oeiore ttiey become drunkards.
Second. It is an idea that gets into
bovs heads (and a mistaken one too)
hut Chewjnc InLaeon. mokln0 1
drinking whisky are the first steps lo
wards becoming men, and when it is too
late, they find out they have' acquired an
appetite for such thin8, and can not con
veniently do without them, consequently
they require more and more to-Jiave the
desired effect, and at last they are num
bcred with thousands of others who have
traveled tbe same road to destruction.
iuiru ana last, 'there are a great
many liquid tonics used as medicine.
which nre principally made of intoxica
ting liquors. They are used to a consid-
iderable extent in some families, and the.
consequence is; that tjie boys often ac
quire a thirst forsomo thing that will ex
cite the nerves and cause the same feeling,
that the tome bitters ca'uscd. and to get
it is the next thing with ihrui, to thev
go to tue grog ilu.p.niid call for ale. bter
whisky, or something of thai Fort, which'
,i ..i ,
. ;, (-i "'lie tiitBr than (onic
bittr. lefdy prriarnl. Three nre the
' - ' , ror "."""".
becoming lo-my. judgment and I Relieve
it i l:'its correct thus far. 'I do" not
witlto'tc lboilJ;lil rceddlcsorrle.'for t'on-A
4Jv wish to iniltrfggilT.on the milidS.ofni'v
neighbors and their children Ite'dahger
and incocsistency otelich steps.' Fl!tJ
-s- I ... ' ft.
Upon a review pf the subject, Relative
to the nature of thunder-storms aud the
operation ol lightning rods, it appears
that buildings and other elevations .are,
struck and damaged by lightning ouly in
coi.m qui nee of their being points in one
oi ute leiininattug planes of. a great elec
trie disturbance in the air, and not, -(row.
any poiver .o( attraction for electricity
inhercut in the substances of whioU aucli
elevations arc contracted; thaj lightning
rods ti-nd to neutralize the clouds,
and prtjent charge by .their povver to
carry up ai.d ditohargc electricity rom
the earth into the clouds in analtcnuatcd
sirtMii, ami rtinove the resistance exoe-
nence.t t.y tlie electric agency, moving in
an inferior conducting matter; , hcjic
mey iretui tue damage winch ltiraria
bly iitieuil an oluirue4ed action : that
uch rods do i.ot draw down Jightnuv
njiui. i nc miming q wnicii inev nre at
.i i . .in- . . .... .i -
. .. Ai ...l . i.. . .,
-uki'i-u, umk ruice uieiui .oniy acts as a
cobdiicinr. and puints aa dischargers of
electripity, they cannot iri'anr case b.
prejtidical t buildin,:8, bui must, on the
Miiuihri, by u rspid aiiiiilu'ation of the
whole or jiurt of the force in action, nee
es-.-iiily cui.tril.iile to .cinrity. That
lightning, bei-i electricity moving
through bad rOndiicMng matter, under an
explosive form, the tendency of a metal
lic conductor,, is to deprive the discharge
of iu wer to do injury the moment it
falls ujion the rod, by offering a line of
easy conduction through matter that
obstructs Its passage, and thus renders
it perfectly harmless." We, therefore re
gard it the duly of every man, which the
wise and prudent will not neglect, to use
the means which God has placed within
his power, (o protect the lives of those
under his care, as well as to save his
dumb brutes and oilier property from in
stant destruction by an eleraent;iich
has no re pect for time, place or person.
Idti-M r.lr:.m'!i Ilt-m.
I.'ORSK KkAnc ii. t-'i pt. c:i
The people of this mighborhoud are
busy working in thcirlobucco. Some
have been ctitting'whilc others arc mak1.
Ing ready. '
Some of the laboring classes are en
gaged in the stave business, others in
getting out cross-lies.
Dr. W. M. Duvnll in improving from
the fall he got vrom his horse .some two
weeks ngo. 4
Elisabeth C, daughter of- Hanrey and
Elizabeth English, died Sept 19th, 1S77,
at the residence of David L Miller, who
was taking care of her.
Messrs. ,Ionc .t Maple shipped n train
(liftecn cars) load of staves to Louisville
on the 11th inxt
We (intended the barbecue at Fnirvicw
on the "2nd ins!., the nttendauce was
small. Hon. S. K. Hill delivered a nice
speech on that day.
Somebody out of- iaeat to eat or cook
with thi'.r brans, borrowed a piece Irom
I). L. Miller, on the tWili inM.. while he
and family were attending a funeral.
The people"are getting ready (Or Crimi
nal court in Ootoher, and I think there
.will be several from this part of th
county down tliere. X. Y. 'A.
WIldon'M Mill linns.
Wn.iox's Mills. Seitt. 21,
Wclla. we, went to Concord on the sec
onu ouuuny tut, to nrnr Jiro. Cook
preach las farewell sermon, which be did
in nn elegantly eloquent yet pathetic
style. We ncceptcd an invitation after
preaching to dine, with 41 ro. Thos. Bean
nnd his nccouiHhi'd lady. The recol
lections of .the amiable cotnpauy wc fond
ly clierisli, Msy ro6es without thorns
bless, their 1ath way through-life. Whil
in that neighborhood, wc accepted an in
vitation to visit the lamily of Uro. Pcrd
Pirtlc, consisting of himself and lady
and something ocar,a. dozen charming
girls and noble boyj. May the. young
PirU.es zrow up, fully competent to fill
the stations that is and has been filled bv
the oldei ones. His orchard consists of
I about two. thousand apple trees, 'besides
I . . 1 . . . - l .. . I T T
pencil aim inrar imra in iiuununucc, nib
huge tobacco fields, rich pastures atid
fine short horn cattle, arc sufficient to
make one, cxclaini: ''I want to be
Granger and with the Oranccrs Bland.
We notic&l some threb yenr-old steers
that are adjudged., by good judges to
weigh 1,400 lbs gross. Such cattle in
tbe market arc worth 0 cents cross. Pic
urea little and yon will see that you have
$84 per head for' your three year old
steers, while we have some the same
age that would bring perhaps $14 or
per head, though ours is ol the stock that
is guaraniceu to run n nine in mrec nun
utes. 1. Ci. yuiRK.
u Ariigneof Jmoi Maddox,
liinkrupt, I will, n
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20th, 1877,
at 11:30 o'clock, a. m., at Tublio Auction, at
the Court Home door, in Hartford, Kentucky
sell . . t i
Tract f Land CviUisiog 10 Acre?,
ams be'iDg tbe Eait end of tbe tract upo
Ice tbe IOt acre trad of J. P. Darrctt.-
Terms of Silo Oae-tbUd cub, billanco is
0 and 12 moothi; tbo purchaser being required
to execute notes wita spprovea inreuei ior
rcrred payuenu and lien retatatd...
n37-I of Jamci JladJox. Ifauk.
Warren S. Pate, tho popular and lib
eral salesman of the great clothing
house ol Stir, Krouse & Co., Cincinnati
Ohio, has opened out a completo line of
of samples of clothing of every
variety at the Louisville Hotel, and
will remain Thirty Days. Because of my
ability to sell cheaper than clothing mer
chants of Louisville, at?d in consequence
of having had remarkable success in sel
ling in Louisville by sample, a tax of
200 dollars has been imposed upon me
for the privilego of selling there thus
thinking to shut me out, and force mer
chants to buy of Louisville men, but, rest
assured, I will be, on hand and sell goods
cheaper than ever before, and I call on
all my old customers to stand by me, and
solicit the favors of as many new ories as
may see this advcrtiseinunt. I will be
thert during tbe, entire) month of Septeui
ber and part of October, and will sell, if
I' have'to sell at' or below cost' Do not
fall to look, at mr line of 'samtries. as it
cueis yon nomuig, nnu you win inereoy
see loryoiirseivcs wneiner i am not aoie
toeell ytro hettervoode for Irss- monev
than 'you can get eht where-. Kcinembcr
tfieyiacc-kouisville Hotel. '
W. ft. Path.
With Sin, Kbovsk .t Co.
, AT HALL'S
SATURDAY, MO.NDAY & TUESDAY,
Oct. 6,S.iuI 9,1877
I will sell to the highest bidder, on a
credit of three months,
23 Covered hjicI Open-Top Baggiest
O niirouchcM, C'nrrlK'M und
UocUnunj a; Npriug Wag
ons. 23 Set of Single, Double and Wagou
SThia sale is made to close consign
ments for this year, the grandest
event of the season.
FRANK L. HALL,
Auction and Com, Mcrchaut.
TitrJ uxmijI. Btiuw iiN AiMJSUlUA
lUUMirHU UzrsAb. lurco human llcsli-cnting llyeniw, with their subjUKUtor seated uinoutr them in an onen
cago-FKEE IN THE STREETS. b 1
ROBBDI'S GEEAT AMERICAN AND GERMAN ALLIED SHOWS,
Double Circus and Menagerie, Mussum and Avairy.
ill" ... .
A Itrslmeat ot I'conlc.
i.ijn.i.ua oimmnio aim inanimaic wonders, XNoivliere Klso flxhibitcd
Replete with every known species of rare nnd strange birds, insects and reptiles .of every knovn character, plnnmage. color or I X T. IJATKRIflUT A CO.,
clime. A Museum of Otiriositics, Living rhenomenons and Strange Vagaries. Novel, Instructive and "Amusing Sensations. I ri r 8-t hetween Tth
nmriTi'nVMVTiO'rc mn mro-ro vr TnTTCcTnT a -kTC i I wnfaetarers of SadJI
The perfect Es3cnco.of Arenic Art demonstrated. An army of superior male celebrities. Every leading actTn the ring dnpli-
The only Krcnch Jockey fei
The favorite Clown of
The daring and graceful
Ashtom & Lksme,
L.V rATTlK SALLIE. fe
Tho most remarkable
500 LIVING WILD ANIMALS; STRANGE WILD BEAS'lS, BIRDS
HOUSES, FOUR JLAMancsa Tiss ues,
A moving City of Wonders I The Worlds fjreatjst Exhibition presented under many Tents.
WILD BEASTS LOOSE IN ,TIIE STREETS
Open Dens ol Performing Animals in public view. M'Dllo
Leon, the Lion Tamer, Bitting among them.
IIERR BROOKS in the Dsn of Performing Hyenas.
The CJreat CJemian and American Circus.
100 JIALE AND
A CARAVANjOEXIVING wild animals and sea monsters.
Open Dciim ot Pcrlurnilng Anliunla.
With theirSubjucators seated among them, in grand I'nradc in the pnhlic streets.
SEE THE GRAND PROCESSION AND FREE EXHIBITIONS.
A moving animated tournament ami pagqnt witnessed but o.ncc in lifetime.
ONE TICKET iulniittincr to tho nntiro.Shnw. 50 cents : Children under 11
ioncd SEATS, with Back nnd Foot RESTS, can bo had for 25 cents extra. Performance nt 1 and 7 p. m.
No gambling ol any kind or nature, and no Intoxicating Liquors allowed on our exhibition grounds under nnv cir
A?pKDSyiLLE, . -
AT CROMWELL, -
WlltUtl lvlllrJliS, l Klils, A
. r T"
: ClHTr -. TnUl ' .';.nU "PMI. n Tt Field Ol
U1B3L IffEUT ACrEKIlB t
of Ornitl&olos;icil Wonders I
j. uixlxjx v, x l'uiuuiu, iiwiL ujjiujiu ant; ivuiMiiuivntf i i iniars an I Uatnrizht a
in litendly contest by rival unamptons ol
i t: r-f x. v. i iw.w?i .y-?-'.Ti'jkisi..'t5AciK -rs. -'fcs3'Si
A CORTEGE OF DWARF TONIES,
The Smallest Ever on- Exhibition.
i , DIBOLO,
FEJIALE PERFORMERS, 50 TRAINED ANIMALS.
$10,000 CHALLENGE that we have Ihe
Lady Riders in America. The best
Juvenile Equestriana living.
A troupe of trained dogs t
of marvelous beauty '
12 LADY RIDERS AND GYMNASTS.
FOUR FAMED CLOWNS.
Performing Elephants. Fifty educated Horses,
a troop of performing Dogs, Goats and Monkeys.
UERR RENTZ EQUESTRIAN AND ACRO
Champion Bareback Ritlers of the World, Male
and Female Trapezists, Gymnasts, Acrobats, Vol
ligetrrs, Contortionists, Jugglers and Athletes.
lbs CorgcoM frto Slrett DLphj at 10 a xi. eaeli dij.
An allegorical, moving panorama tff
living tableau and patriotic carnival.
Monster golden cars and clisrioU have
been expressly built for this purpose, re
fulgent in glittering decorations and or
namented with designs and' pictures of
historical events and celebrities of Ihe
revolution of 1770. Living groups aad
statutes, representing industry, commerce,
civilization, Ihe army and navy, the
Goddess of Liberty seated on her tem
ple. The prelude of this grand fete, the
carof Euterpe.containingthe world famed
Golden Comet Baud of twenty musicians.
Scenes of bewildering splendor wild
animals loose iu the streets immense
golden tableau cars drawn by elephants,
camels, etc., amounted by living wild
animals. An endless calvalcadc of
knights and lad'es in armor, mounted on
beautiful steeds, richly caparisoned and
nccoutcred. The entire retinue gor
geously decorated and painted in the most
elaborate style, with biblical illustrations
and characteristic scriptural events, my
thological and classical design. Huge
tableau cars mounted, representing nota
ble events in the annals of time.
DKN OF LIYINU SAVAGE PER-
ftnd Peculiar Onlv i,:.oi. V-..
JTrjcnas; ihe Lcst. Bengal
riTK i.ov ciiAiirione.
The 1'evrlrss Eqtics-
Wffl KATC M0RRI3
WlfThc Finished Artist
Lull1. TITL' ,
,Unriviilln i-. their Art.
tine linuli.h Trspeiist
l'"6 ureal oy Kuler.
AND ItEPTILES. 1,000 MEN AND
and Unrivalled Fire-King.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5TH.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4TH.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6TII.
IIuibrael'K Ihe I.rnd.'p Rutnnn llonaen
auil .ItHnurnrlurlBC :bllh
mruli la I.oalvlll.
6'RUTCnEH & CO. iaeeior ta R-
1!otJ & Co.. Dealers in Iren. Btl.
nalti, hone shoe, aavili, axer, bolu
thimble ekefat and springs 399 W. Main St,
McCI.USO, DAY .f 00. . .
Wbtleiale deafefs fa Coots an J Sboei,
Kaitern and Cuttum male. Ko'f. 371 and CT3
'Sfslmtren; between 1 and SOrdemalteitedU-
T;AIIS A KAtfSI',, . v
-A .Manufactaren of Ilaj, 0al, Stock
IMatform and counter icalei. Unit and iron
beau. Alio trueki, dors and wazoa (kid.
Ac. 3C9 veil Main etreet.
. Millwright and milt farnlib.r , alt
kinds of machinery ; porUble grill and i
mllU, feed mlltf, lIlinr, Ac. A variety of eec-ond-hand
machinery. 4JT weit Main meet
J.M. ARMSTR0X0 AF05, 'Tower
Palace," a en and beye ehofee Clotbfnr. tTv
ler Block) No 1. 103 and IIS W. Jefirun SU
e Cookieller and Stationer. Oeaeral
Agent Kj. Ch Di.trlfcntlon Co.. dr.wlnr
.59. Send for clrcnlar.
tJ. ,1 .S.r"cturr and Jeafere fa Tornl
tnre Upholn tj iti JUtrj'ner; alio Csrpeti,
Oit-clothi and Window Shades. Noa. ail
Weit Marked Street.
A POOL A SON,
m ,IPor.," ! Dlr fa Italian Xar
Jle, and Scoteh Granite MonmenU, W. Jef.
fee ion St. Stodl. and Woik- ebepe at Carrara,
Wholf Jlle and retail J!-, t. -d...,
and Don,,.,!, D,j Ikod.IB.
bet. 3rd and 4tb, LoativlUe. Kj.
TMPROVK YOURSXOnT. "
Ti" AIf.h"n?ttci,'bhU ele. If eeien
.Hcatly .djMt.d bv Dr. Kail.fl,,.,,' KtI,do
It: bend ror'BaoiDhtet wliUI. -;n ,.it v
to get r.t.ef.
BOSVrTfEfS HBATEtt and C00K6H
A grt iavir er foel aad ad' .7.
w.., nntnirteii. in ainb ...
knoaladged. It rerolutienhiet owkfc lai
Ri..i:..j -"- " or
dhar a , r,eMtJ. 0ffi JM w
W. J0.N"3 A CO.,
Grainv Xo. 1 W, Main Slit. toalWitle,
T)XOKIA80J( rURNLTCRB lt'8 CO.
rf foreriof beit itjln Staple Fat
nitur.. M.tre.i, B.ddl.g a.d Cbair. OBc .
and IVarerooaSItV :.... v.. . .
Ty N.BATLK; ;
Loolivllle. Hrade,aarleu for -White -Yeiu!
floods lent na appreval.
HIDBITT A.S0X. " '
nroeers and Prnvt.l... ,T.. -i
?!fV :m,,5 b"w" J j 'third.
Cetalogaei leatto dealers osl;
aril Milliaarv !r. no ...t
. . f " . u auu
l.a loerlb Arenas. eauJi lt.mi.i. u... n.i
del Veils and Wreatbt, Moaraing Jl'ea
elli. As. C. O. D. on approval. fc a
.1.1 V-M. I ,tr i - m, i w
ad for eir-
. So. I9t Jenrlb Ave., Brar Market,
Manuficfurrr of Ytni,. 7
OordrAe., end dtrr In Zephyr., Ctu, and
LTTAUUIXSOJi A OATllRKJHT.
ii Mnnrctuxeri f,aMl. h,,... .i
;'"'. tclTre. lle.dviarter.
forlathrlxhl pst.ot Morg.a i!Je s-i.idt. an J
il.ln St., het. 7th aad
MATUtKS Tower lal. r-.n..
ouse. 133 We.t M,W.. k, , t ..v
i i3t earpel bou jo ta tho world. Lerjeeit and
cheapet iloek of giedi.
JLb.eveJ. J.CI.ry Oeneral Agent, I9J Thir l
a- jouoiii i orders from dfalere, arenli and
cinos ror tho Light Rnnuing Universal Parer-
RYAN A CO Sbfia ajt.t
eatber. Shoe and Cnrrin. i.wl. w .. ...
ner'j oil. No. JiJ vrt Main Street. Coutrv
orders promptly attended to.
rlVr0! ?' J "VER.' Pttor and
W-e4C a " ft.w.ww, em
a.hvaiui iu ietL.. u am t.ia rrno k.
u0rioicei,emorou.nes. gloves. Ac
TABEZO. jrrRKfcXmillwrWs.iu. ....
Jfnrni.hes mills a.d mill nukiii.,, -cl
Kins, enaiiinffi nuiK.a wk..,. . . . -
! . i ... ' J ' "
Northwest eqrner of 19th and Main StrceU.
KITND A tva SPA VIK CURB. "
! " It coeea lueriai. iiilioi, ..u.. a. '
and remoTos the bunch without bliiter'ni.'
Send for' a clredlar to J. ff. Morrill A Co., No-
. m ' J' wooiwu and
Solid Coin- Silver Tea Smi. s. ... ...
S..I. JJ n n. ..'
t i .
Hfc AU.SLS" .....v,. .
. i j i - - .cacu v i ii r
chills and fever.
cnz.u-BR tdax qrixixB.
I'aica, ? I rrt ottl. Paxvaasn
B.A. BOBIh'SONd- CO., Dnittiita.
Sold, by Drnrglits and Merchants generally. I
WURACU 4 fpMOWZ. WaolMal, .ney
I TT grocers, confectioners and fruitsrers 95
I W. Market St. A new arm established after
tho resent withdrawal of J. B, Warach from
Vvarach A Bergrcen. I
"WM. EOBBUBT A CO,, wholnale grocers
Y ComniIsIon Merchants. Rectlleri and
dealers In do'ineitlo wins. Jlaaori. tohaem anri
clgarf, No. JS0 WMala at.
At. CLOSE Grocer. Produce and com-
million merchant, and dealer la
spirits, 113, Market, bet. Brook aad first.
"pEKBY A CO-Saceessers to Janny A Perry,
IhJfriS', f"f rabbet -goods,
croquet, children T cirnsgn, toys and fanev
OTIS W. 3NYDEB. J.i'J . V7 ' P -U- cCJnn" deceased, that the
i w -- e-vieve.M! AliU 1 " wwwui m AAtliB, JJKl U. 1
e; T.onl..;1i. v. ' undersigned. Commissioner n.'tfcanM,
T F. FITCU'3 NEW Storo. Xo'. x:o 1B(i I him and proven as required by law, with-J-.
Hft Fourth Avsnne. Ladies' furnishing I in the time specified above, will be for-
soli, umbrellas, kid gloves, Ac.
p;'" -"'"'"J s", laaspxra- i
"TTTM. KENDBICK Jt SOX 110 Fourth
IT Avenue. Dealers la Watches, Clocks,
Biamonds, Jewelry, Silverware. Table nti...
Ac- Terms to lull tho times. Special atten
I tion to orders.
I "IIILTOH. GDT1IRIKA Pfl v...
Oers o( Trunks, Valises, Traveling beers and
iiorse cottars, ouio ngm 10 me i . a u'e Pt
Tray Tlingeand Spring. 1SS Weit Main St.
OHN P. MORTO.Y A CO. i;o..kiellers.
Stationers, printers and binders. Blank.
book manufacturers, Louisville, Ky. All or.
ders carefully and promptly filled at lowcit
CROOKED boots and shoes can bo straight
ened as good as new, and new boots on
bo kept straight, by using tha M etalio Ileel-
stlOener, whlcn may bo applied by any ens.
Tho uie or them cures the habit of running I
over tha boot or shoe at the keel. Worn by
men, women aad children. Price, per I w"ouiiurinor trouwo. -xae.boniCTtt.Ls Cox
groii, Ht pal s,$tj. Sample dotca pairs as. I Mf !.' Is a Brit euui Journal, and willbo t.
sorted, bv msil. II JO. Dannie ralre bvtn.Il I nbla and iaterestins ta nen-of all tiolillcal
25 cts, Address ordsre ta INOALL3 A CO.. I
Msnutajtnrers and dealers in Boots and Shoes I
273 Weit Main St. Lonlsvllle, Ky. ' 1 p
I.Oi;iJ.VIX.I.K A K .. OMDU B
"TVT" W. SO ERRILL A CO.
X1J. . Wholesale dealers In book aad fU
lonery ; blank book, a ipetialty. Job and drag
labe printers. 5o.29J VT.Main atre.l. Spjl
till Inducements to cash buyer,.
LEWIS, OAOB A CO. Dealers fa'Seld and
garden feeds, farming laplenreab, Arerr
plows, Brinloy plows. ol ageaU for tba ?
tor wagon and Oliver
W. L. HAWKINS, Pitxcwii, "
Miia PRUD1B BAIRD, . . sim,w.
Firit lesiloa of five months eoraaveaetV
Monday, EtpUnber, 3, 1877. "
Primary department . .
rf . Iiau
One fourth of the taltLn "ft", dee' e't "beg1nn
aing. una-ionria at mltdU iT.seaiioB. The
rest at end H school. PstrctajejeVrolletted
3Caie know TbjaelC ,
Dr. K B. Fcote's great medical work
'Common Sense' or "Plal'nome Jallr," '
on of the beat medical worki mr pnb-J
lished." Regular poblisber. jjrfco f3J6 '
For sale by W II. Griffin,! th Dn9t
store, for the small sum, of 2.5Q.
Dlt. W. X. BKOW.Y,
Physician and Surgeon,T
Tenders bis nrofeuionaf mmtJZi i
peopls of Rock port and viciuitv.
w a. m. .
TT cmP"leIv. Snperbly Illni
trated Ulitiry or tha pretest afnaraiet
Jra-gte la the last. Its accsrata Jfaps,
Plans end aaar ctegaat EagravUgi" aie
pecUl fralare. Il gives a flr.pie History of
each Coaauy; with ZHstoris and DeicrlpUie
Sketches of ta .BrlaoUlva Qauui. rUeler.
eetls Ufa e4 U Cu-
teitaat. Deieribea the
DRKADJCL 2tAS3ACAX.0Y CHaiSTIAXS
in Batgaitai the Trightfut Turklih Artoeltlea ,
In other, places ; the nprialag of tho muses
in UenrgoTlna. It.gtvee the Stlrrfag Bat.
tlee andTlillIUg Iseideais ef tbe war, aad
is the most faKiaaliag aad eieitlng work 4f
the age. Agists ar tare of prompt and
ready sales. Prospeclas Books aow ready
Also AgeaU wanted ea oar Oriad Cenb.
nation Proipeetoa repreicnting
150 JDistinct BOOKS
of Universal Iat.rtit. It laeladts Agrkal
lural, Biographical, UItor!caI, Religiose aad
MIscelLineoas WoikA with Si, Title aad De--Kriptienof
OAehoek. Specimea Pages tad
Sprciisea Illaslntiens. Sales mad beas
this Prospectus whea all single Booki falL
Also on our
Vim ; FAMILY BIBUS
f Englisli and Germanfu
PB0TESTA5T A5D CATHOLIC,
With IaTaluahla Itlu.tratid Aide and Sapeib
Blndrnge, Nearly 10O etyU. Soperi-r to.
all others and ladispeniible to every really
joiixh rorrrjts co:.ruirii
as4cr CeaeiiBtaeleBr'a Ststlco.
Ohio CtreaJt (Wl.
JeiaosM. Unrts Heirs BeTts, j
Notlee Is hrreby given to the Creditors a'f
Commissioner ef ihe Ohio Cticait foart. ender
on ?'dr in thsabave styled e.aae.wilt attend '
i mi nun. i uaruvrn, rroai ike lae herevf
antil the IJtS Jt of Ortn!,.. mrT
I and hear sroef or elalne S,,illt MSI.I '
I dent: and iW 11 UI.n. ... ........ .i ir
I nd P reculrrd by law, wilhin Ihe spee-
iime aoere.wiu e loroter barrd.
J Ang. 7. 3uT " & C
T Tsuiter ConBilulnu..'. ar,t.
Ohio Oirrnit fViuM
Lewia L Smith's Adrn'r. Pla'ff 1
Lewis L. Smith s Heirs. Def. f " "
- I J
Notice is hereby given to ike Cre-litors
I T r . t c. . ..
' Smith, deceased, that the
iinnovaitv-newr vas.i,af.;. a . ai
i -uka(,Miu, Wstlttls9e Ulir VI I P JA Q
undersigned. Coaimiasioaap ol iK. Ol.!
Sf? hB ',?!tbrtvf. n"
I . " . . . . is" receivraad
I n.ai. rrful nr a.m. . T . ' . .
proof of claims anmit ul K.
cendtnlj and:that all claims nofprrstnN
ed to" him aad .rrdven as nanirtil !!
within tbe time specifieM above, ' will b
E. R. MURRELL, 31. C 0. C. G
July IS 3m. -
jyjaaler CeaailsaleBer's Vatic.
Ohio Circuit Court.
W.H.McConBeirs.Adm'r, PJa'fE .
Against y EanitT
I Circuit Conrt. tinder an rw. il.
6oTe U WJ end at ki. Of-
nr. in r i ..tin... i m . i. i .
- .wt. iu, uaie Jiereoa. bbj
til the 1st da v of October VS7T t.
IceiTeand hear proof of claims aeainst
said Decadent: and that u
presenledlo him and proven as required
or law, within Ibe lima acecieW abv..
H be forever barrecV
"VTastcr CoMHifawIeaer'a Xstlee.
Ohio Cireiilt ronrt.
K. T. Bell s Adrn'r. PlaiaiiflT.-
Against S Equity
j. i. xieu a neirs, xmenuant. J
Notice U hereby civen to tbe Crsditora.
of R. T. Bell deceased, that tbe under
sigaed, Commissioner of the Ohio Gr
cnit Court, under an Order in tbe above-
stvled eanse. will atlen.l mi t.1. nas.
ifarlfonl, from the date hereof, until the
1st day or October, 1377, to receive and
1,... .r i .ilt . - i t.
L0l e1,1a,?,? gW".'t M'J ?VT
dent; and that all claims not nresentetl to
July 18 Jm.
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