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Paducah and Elizabethtown
TIMETABLE, No. 3.
In cfTect Sunday, July; 1st, 1877
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An express train ruakes close eonnnrctioni
tolweea Louisville and Cecilia.
It. II. U. MIXTY,
General Manager, Elitabelhtuwn.
J. il. Doom, Agent, Bearer Dam.
riDccait A KUXisEcarnwx a. h. ro.,
KUtaaaTHTuwit, nr., Juno 14lb,77. J
Until further notice, Passenger Trains on
Ihil read will bo inn an Sundv.
K. . .MIX I V, )n. Man.
General Hocal ISJows.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 3, 1877.
llev. J. A. Humphrey will preach at
New Bay m ne reboot house, near Barrett's
Ferry next .Sunday, at 11 o.clock, a. m.
We have n nice cjiccimen oflate roaet
ing cars from the garden of Mm. Georgo
" Don't forget that Burr RobbW big
show will be here Friday. We under
stand it is the largest show out this ses
eon. Master Commissioner, E. It. Vurrcll,
&nd family have taken rooms at the
If you want the news from Centertown,
dished op to fcuit the times, read Leland's
letter. We thank you Leland, and hope
your pen will contribute to the Herald
You can buy your Fall and Winter
goods of Holbrook & Rogers, Bufonl,
Ky., for cash, chraper than you can buy
them elsewhere, either for cash or credit.
Criminal court commenced Monday,
and the boys compare it to a game ol
base ball. Joe Haycraft play a short
stop and they complain that he catches
too many on the tiy.
Mr. C. J. Yager, a Herald compositor,
left for Louisville last Friday, where he
will spend three or four weeks visiting
relations. (Young ladies wishing lo
write him billet dour will direct care New
Go to Beaver Dam and buy the beet
lime, cheap for cash of I P. Barnard.
Our readers will do well and consult
their own interest, by rtading the mam
moth advertisement of Baer Brothers
Company's great dry goods store in Hart
ford. Tbey arc live merchants and will
do joe t what they advertise.
D. L. Talbott has a sample of very
tine corn in our office, which was pro
duced by him on the lands of Mrs. Pey
ton, near town, this season.
Yon are sure to make more than the
price of an excursion ticket to the Louis
' ville Exposition in the purchase of a suit
-of clothes of the great Clothing House
of Julins Winter & Co., S. E. corner 3rd
& Market Streets, Louisville, Ky.
Messrs L. Mendel Jc Co., of Rochester,
bare a proper appreciation of printer's
Ink and use the columns of the Ubkald.
Bead their advertisement.
Don't forget the great Auction Sale of
Col. Frank L. Hall, of Owensboro, Ky.,
next Saturday, Monday and Tuesday,
For articles to be sold, tee advertisement
Mrs Lois Blacklock, wife of Charles
Blacklock, of Cool Spring vicinity, has
been quite ill for several weeks past,
with typhoid fever. Mrs. Blacklock is
our youngeff sister, and we fear that her
recovery is doubtful. We' hope kind
Heaven will spare her to her family and
relatives, yet awhile longer.
The following is the list of Pettit Jurors
of the Criminal Court: W. P. Allen, J
L. Rock, George Rowe.Harrison Fleener,
C. C. Bennett, Samuel Bennett, J. S
Brown, W. H. Moore. T. H. Hincs, J. T.
Axton, Geo W. Milligan, J. T. Fupk, M.
P. McDowel, J. S. Arnold, J. W. Ashley,
W. B. Patterson, Elijah Crow, J. II
Barnes, J. W. Addipgtoq, Wm. Foster,
T. R. Wood, J. L. Render, R.B. Render;
flud UA. Rownq.
i.oulsv Itlc Trade ;! p.
Business has been lively nil the week.
and continues to increase, particularly as
to the stock market. X lot of shippers
came in from the South, buying lively,
There is a heavy and increasing demand
both for horses r.nd mules. There were
115 head of horee sold at auction at from
f.15 to f 145 per bond, and about 40 mules
at $50 to 1 100.
Theoutlle market rcuiaius .uobanged
Extra shippers 45j beat butcher muff
34J; medium to good2J3; scalawags
J Hogs were active all week with
an advance over last report, but thcyde
clincil again toward the Inst of tho week
Bei-t hops 551; fairto good 40(55-10;
Sheep and lambscloaed rnlhcrdull, ex
tra old sheep 123 common to medium
3("..ti; Iambs were more nctiyc than sheep
best lambs 31; common to medium
The stock receipts for tho week were:
Cattle, 1320; hogs, 2000; sheep and
lambs, mules, 175.
The grain market remains quiet and
firm, with an easy feeling, at our last
The fruit and vegetable markets are
The tobacco market was firm and nc
tivc all week for good grades of leaf; low
grades and lugs w.cre dull, without quo
table change. The sales for the week,
Ac , were reported as follows:
week month vear last year
rianters. 143 .MC 5732 C070
Louitville 251 1(153 J5f7 7C27
9lh Street 170 C50 7000 11258
Oilbert 35 131 1257 1S4
I'icUet 233 1009 9990 950C
Booi.c G5 213 1S57 5S1G
Farmers 91 543 f)C43 f.GlU
Ky. Asa'n 75 3C5 5400 "4013
Total 1003 4575 47533 51093
The Louisville House, on Saturday,
Sept. 29, rcorlcd the following sales and
10 hdj Graves county leaf and luge 5:90.
4:211, 3:30, 4:00,4:20,3:10, 4:33,4:30, 4:30,
2 hhds Clinton county lugs, 3:75(y2:35
.( IiIhIs Ilrecken nrtee county common
leaf nnd lugs, 3:70, 4:05, 2:20.
3 hhds 'lnylor county leaf and
5 hbils Indiana lues, 2:35, 4:05, 3:00,
I hhd Sumnercounty,lcnn.,Iugi, 3:00.
2 West Tenn. lugs, 2:30, 3:05.
VMiinbte Ilrnl EMtntaKorNulr.
Wc are authorized nnd requested by
It. S. Moseley, of Hartford, to publicly
announce that he offers for sale, on rrn-
tonable terms, n large ortioii of his
real estate property, to-wit:
let. Two shares offctock in the Render
2nd. His present dwelling house and
lot containing I acre, and situated op
poaitc the Hnrtford Hotel.
3rd. Another lit of J acre adjoining
this nnJ fronting on Union street.
4th. A large twostory business house,
on the corner of Main and Washington
streets, and opposite the court houst
fcquarc. 5th. A houie and several acrc ol
ground in the upper portion of Hartford,
known as the "Dick Rueker" place.
1h. Also twoi-everal tracts of land bc
o and ndjuining Hartford on Rough
Wc arc informed and so state, that one
of tho rcaoons for making the above offer
is, he wants to make valuable improve'
incuts on his place opposite the Fair
Grounds by rebuilding his houses burned
last winter, and give others a chance to
build up the town.
Dr. G. E. Stower, a dentist well known
iere, will be in Hnrtford, October 10th,
1877, and will remain a week or ten
days, ami will do any work in his profes
sion that may be dctsimL n39-lf.
Mr. J. M. Rogers, of Cromwell, district,
brought us a stalk of pop corn last Mon
day, that grew on his premises this year,
which has ten good ears of corn on it
He started with another that had eight
ears on it, but leil it at Heaver Dam.
Wonder if Craddock can beat it?
Mr. Elijah Boyd, living near Rosine,
this county, bad his dwelling and all
his household effects destroyed by fire.on
Tuesday of last week. All the lamily
except Mrs Boyd were out at work. The
occurrence leaves the family in very des
titute circumstances. Why is it that our
people do not insure? Almost every
week we chronicle a loss by fire. Barrett
& Brother are agents for the old reliable
Royal Insurance Company, which offers
good security. Property not worth in
suring is not worth owning. Insure at
Boys, get your money ready, RobbW
great chow will be at Fordsville to-morrow,
Hartford Friday, and Cromwell Sat
urday. It is said to be the mammoth
circus, and menagerie of America.
I will run my four-year-old colt, Fish
erman, against any horse, or mare, of his
own age, owned in Ohio county, for a
reasonable stake. Distance, from one
half to one mile. W. L. S. Bracebh.
Court orClaims Conllnned.
The Court of Claims of Ohio county,
met last Monday, and owing to its con
fliclion with the Criminal Court, ad
journed over until Monday, October 29th
1877. Those having claims against the
county had better make a note of this.
Furniture! Furniture t
1. 1. liarnard, ol .Beaver Dam, baa ft
lot of nice Furniture. He can fill any
order at prices as low as can be obtained
lady, when you Bell your butter
and eggs, invest the
proceeds in one of
those nice suits or "our beloved Johnny"
which juiius winter ec ix., a. a. corner
3rd and Market streets, Louisville, Ky.,
sell at such loir prices.
Had bat True.
The withered Ieares are falling
Slowljr from tree and gro've,
I hear the old woman calling
Put up that winter stove.
George Klein & Bro., Hartford, Ky., is
just the place to buy the aforesaid stove,
phcap for cash.
Buy all your Furniture, Chairs, &c,
Dickinson Furniture Manufacturing Company,
Wiirc-roonis, Sixth street., between Muin and Market,
GEO. KLEIN J NO. M. KLEIN
GEOBGE KLEIiST & BllO.,
1) KALE HS IV ALL KI.N'HS OF
13 FITTUD UP WITH THE
One Wash Boiler, One Stew Pan, One
blieet Iron runs, Two Pots, Two Skillets, Two (.iruldlea, Ono
Iron Heater, One Gridiron, Two Pot-covcw, Ono
Cover-lifter, Two Joints of Pipe,
One Elbow .
No. 7 Farmer
With the Abovo Wnrc,
We Import Direct from Potteries all onrCIiina-waro, and sell it as Cheap
as it can be Bought nny where. A large
stoutly kept in titoro.
BUY THE BEST SPUING MATTRESSES
Dickinson Furniture Manufacturing Compcny.
Ware-rooms, Sixth street
WITH A MAMMOTH STOCK OF
nil AND WINTER GOODS,
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Dress Goods, Shawls,
Blankets, Hinscys, Jeans',
316 o22. nx3.c3. Boys Clotliins,
Boots &xi 3L Iiooa,
A Bountiful Line of
Ladies, Misses' and Children's Eats,
X.A.TJEST S YLES.
"Give us a Call, no Trouble to Show Goods.
DICEINS0N FURNITURE MANUFACTURING
Ware rooms, Sixtlt street, between Main nnd Market,
A Mew 1'caturo In Hartford.
Our enterprising fellow-citizen V. C.
Morton, not sat'mfled with having one of
the most complete groceries in tbe Green
River Country, tins added to his already
large trade, the furniture business. lie
has a nice line of furniture of every de
scription. In addition to his stock he
has a photograph, or cut of any kind of
furniture that u made, which he can
furnish on order in three days time. Any
of the goods he has on hand, or may
order for customers, will be furnished at
Louisville retail prices, without doubt
Don't fail to give him a trial.
The renting of booths, and contracting
for wood, feed ta, will be attended to
next Saturday, on the Fair Grounds.
Go to Ilolbrok & Rogers, Buford, Ky.,
and buy your Winter Boots and Shoes.
An Important Move,
Mr. 11. P. Howe, Common School Com-.
missioner, has recently moved to town bo
as to be more convenient to his business.
lie can now, until further noVce, be found
at his office in the court house any day in
the week. We are glad to welcome him
and family as citizens of our town.
FOR SALE. A fine single-barrel
breech loadinir shot eun, with a full
supply of shells. Will be sold very cheap.
Call at this office and examine.
Mr Ves, Edwards, of the wide-awake
grocery firm of Edwards & Foster, left
for Louisville last week to buy a large loj,
of groceries, which are now arriving. He
will also attend U. S. Court as a witness
in some of tbe couuterfeit prosecutions.
Mr. W.C. Morton made a flying trip to
the metropolis of the State last week, and
returned Saturday. He bought a nice
101 Ql mrniiure, wuicu is auveruscu 111
A fine Thoroughbred Alderny Bull,
four years old, for sale on reasonable
term's. Apply to
Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN.
Milwaukee Lager Beer the best Beer
ju the world, at J, F. COLLINS i CO,
KOIXOWINO WAItK :
Coffee Koilcr, Ono Tea Kettle, Three
stock of Tinware and Himlwaro con
between Main and Market,
DSCcttss UO.c3. Oaja.
- Case Suits
Get out of my way or I
Where they sell the best bargains of any
houso in the Green River Country.
On Monday evening last, a horso race
was gotten up between W. L. S. Brackiu,
of Cromwell, ..and John II. Naive, of
Tens district. The horses run were
Brackins' bay horse and Virgil Stevens'
sorrel horse. The sorrel horse was ahead,
and "fled the track,'' and came on again
and came out ahead. The judges awarded
the stakes ($20), to Mr. Naive, but the
Stake holders refused to cive it un.
Finally a draw was made, nnd each man
got his money back.
Goods of every kind bongbt at the low
est prices, and for sale the same way by
I. P. Barnard, Beaver Dam.
A very spicy letter from our correspon
dent, "Henri," at Beaver Dam, and also
oao from Beda, received too late tapossibly
get in this issup. Too bad. We hnpo to
receive their communications sooner next
Caps, buy of
Candies and Nuts, Ten,
Fruits, Powder, Shot and
W. 11. Mcrrell,
Seven ycarold Anderson County whis
ky for $1 00 a qimt, at
J. F. Collins & Co's.
Dr. J. B. Wells, of Elizabethtown, has
been in town for a week past winding up
the firm of W. L. Rowc & Co., of which
he was the Co. The goods cre auction
ed pff Mondav and Tuesday.
Opens September 4, 18TT. Glomes October 20.
GRANDER DISPLAY THAN EVER BEFORE.
Mini Steamers P3ff v. -
will rnirry passen
gers to tho Expo
sition nt reduced
THE ART GALLERY will contain Masterpieces of the Foreign and
American Studios, and present the finest contribution to Ait ever ex
hibited in the West or BoutL
,-XHE MTPi HISTORY BEPARTMENT will surpass in value and
interest that of the Cf ntennial Exposition.
THF. T1TRPT. A V AT? OTnTTTrr?tJV -TIT A rm? 1 nrrrTT-Dxm nnnne
will be greater than ever before.
anWnCWY' PAINTINGS, FOUNTAINS, and RARE PLANTS
SB! SOWERS will contribute .to the enjoyment of visitors, while
Novelties never before. exhibited in the country will afford IntereatiEtr,
Instructive, and Amusing entertainments. v3n34-6t
A EH BRO'S
K BRUM FO li Wh
Tho Ohio Criminal Court is in session.
Judge Murray did not put in an appear-,
ance up to noon Monday nnd after din
ner, Mr. A. L. Morton, clerk, called the
court to order and held a special election
for Judge, pro tern, which resulted in the
selection of Judge J. C. Townsend. We
heartily approveof the choice of the mem
bers of the bar, as we regard tho .fudge
as an able, clear-minded judge of law,
and one that will discharge his duties
faithfully. Judge Murray was reported
The following gentlemen were impan
elled as grand jurors, viz: J. W.Taylor,
toreman, W. B. Render, Cornelius Hoo
ver, Noble Bean, Pardon Tabor, J. R.
Moseley, Eep Graves, J. W. Ragland, W.
Cannon, George W. Patterson, R. B.
Thomson, Wm. Warden, Ben Gentry, B.
Chick, W.C. Myrtle and J. A.Stevens.
The following constables,
police judges, town marshals having fail
ed to report, a rule was taken against
each of them, made returnable on the
day of the court, requiring then to show
cause why they had not reported:
Constables, J. IL Casebier, Eli Chinn,
A. C. Ellis.
Police judges, A. Y. Montague, Crom
well; W.D.Barnard, Ceralvo; J. W.
Lankford, Hamilton ; J. W. Duke, Rock'
Town marshals, J. W. Daniel, Crom
well ; Dan Tichenor, Ceralvo ; A. J. Car
man, Hamilton : Mansfield Williams.
No doubt these gentlemen have forgot
ten that the law requires a reporUfrom
them on the first day of each term of the
Criminal Court, and if they see this notice
they had better come in at once and fix
up to eavo further 'costs.
Mr. Henry Small is still at II Small'js
Trade Palace (his old stand), where he
will be pleased to sec all hia old friends
For all the latest styles of gent's and
boy's Clothing, in qualities and prices to
defy competition, go to
I. P. Barxard'h,
Beaver Dam, Ky.
Marrird. At tho residence of John A
Ttiylor, near Cromwell, Ky., on Wednes
day September 20th 1877, by Rev. G. J
Bean, Mr. Ben. V. Gray to Miss Nettie
Taylor. They left for Louisville the
same day, and after a short bridal tour,
returned Wc wish them unbounded sue
cess and happiness.
Mr. Berryman is happy. It's a boy
"A" Coffee Sugar for 12J ots per pound,
at J. V. Collins .V- Co's
They have a largo nnd varied Stock of Goods of tho Latest Styles and new
est fashions, just lrom tho Eastern market where they purchased for cash exclus
ively, at tho very lowest price and they arc determined to sell them the same.
Their prices are as low for the same classes of goods, as can be found any whore.
Their Mammoth Stock consists of a fine line of Ladies and Misses Shoes, Gen
tlcniens fine Boots, heavy Winter Boots, Mens Shoes, coarse and fine. A full
assortment of Clothing of every kind, Ovcrercoats in every Style, Gents Furnish
ing Goods a specialty. Dress goods to 6uit the most fastidious taste. Alpncas,
Cashmeres, Stnplo nnd fnncy goods in abundance. Notions and white goods iu
endless varieties. Furs to protect the fair ones from the chillins wimlinf winter.
Ladies Hats, new nnd nobby, n large lot of Jeans and Linseys, a nice lot of Car
pets, Metis ts.TTapsTamTIJnniEetsT
OUR STOCK OF GLOVES AND HOSIERY
complete. TrunVs nnd Valises, Queen3warc, Glassware, Cutlery, and many
other articles'too tedious to enumerate. Call
tnulo ana we can turnish it
We only ask a trial nnd wc will prove
our goods whether you purchase or not.
o. i irif i ir
oiauu, xiunioru, xvy.
Jim! Dog nt Fortlnvill;.
About the 20th of September, Mr. Geo.
Robert, living near Fordsville, saw a
strange dog lying on the oonl at his black
smith shop, which from its looks he took
to be a sheeptkilling dog, but having no
gun he permitted it to leave unmolested.
On Sunday morning, September 23d,
the watch-dog of Mr. E. F. Forbes, un
dertaker in the Fordsville district, show
ed symptoms of madness. Mr. Forbes
confined the dog in the stable but hesoon
eeenped and by the fits he was having it
wns very evident that he was mad. A
few neighbors collected and it was
thought best to slmot the dog, which was
done. He was a fine specimen of the
English bull terrier.
For Staple and Fancy Goods, Notions
and White Goods at Granger's prices, go
to I. P. Birxard, Beaver Dam.
There is no use in talking, J. F. Col
lins A Co. keep the best cigars, and the
best groceries in town, and sell them
L. J. Lyon, E. L. Wise and wife, Dr.
J. S. Morton, D. F. Tracy and W. H.
Mauzy, all left for Louisville Sunday, the
most of them being witnesses before the
U. ?. Court in counterfeit cases.
A better show than Kobbins' circus
and menagerie is the show of gents' fur
nishing goods at V. P. Addington's.
Remember you can buy a No. 1 set of
buggy harness for f 15 at J. C. Thomas
Fresh and latest styles of ladies' hats
to be found in town at Hardwick it Nail's
Tho Uartford House has been refurnish
ed, nnd fixed up in elegant sly le and is now
one of ths best hotels in this part of the
Headquarters for the finest cigars man
ufactured, at reran
School books. Bibles, Testaments, and
Hymn book, at Ford s
All kinds of sewing machine needles,
nnd the best sewing machine oil, at
All persons indebted to Andrew
Duncan, deceased, or W.Q.Duncan A: Co.,
arc hereby requested to come forward
nnd settle their notes, accounts, &c
v3n38-4t W. G. Duncax, Adm'r.
Don't forget that tht grandest circus
and menagerie in America will exhibit
here Friday. Fifty cents will admit you,
nnd 'yonrtmoney will be well expended
Fresh A time
ions provided for
ach week, nnd
for anything you want in our lino of
our advertisement true. Call and see
IJemcmbcr the place, J. W. Lewis' old
S $c CO.
Mr. A. P. Maddoz, near Rock port,
rends us a stalk of corn grown on his farm
this year, which measured sixteen left,
and four inches without the tassel and it
was cut off above the ground. It had a
large, fine ear of corn on it. This is the
longest corn stalk ever brought here.
Custom-made Boots and Shoes (coarsa
and fine) for sale, very low by
L P. Bard, Beaver Dam, Ky.
Mr. J. W. Bradley, of Rosine neigh
borhood, brought us a stalk of corn last
Monday that is' in the shape of a screw,
the stalk twisting from the ground up,
and the blades run like a rudle round
tbe stalk. He also brought an oat straw
with donble head.
Call and see us, everybody. We have
the best Sugar and Coffee and Molasses,
and sell them cheaper than anybody els
in town. J. F. COLLINS & CO.
Our thanks are due Miss Laura Car
son, daughter oT Mr. J. F. Carson, for
five of the largest, nicest pears w have
sien this season, which was brought to
us by her one day last week.
Ladle's hand-trimmed Hats, latent
styles, at I. P. Baonand's,
Beaver Dam. Ky.
Wc nrc glad to hear that our old friend
Jerry Dexter, of Equality church vicini
ty, is recovering lrom a long spell of
If you want a puro class of Drugs, go
to Beaver Dam, and buy of
V. II. Mbrbcll.
Regular custom mado Kip and Cull
Boots for sale cheap at E. Suall's,
Mr. Ben Dexter, of the Eqimliiy neigh
borhood, raised a pie plan this scasou
that had a leaf 311 inches wide.
Hajti, the negro settlement in the
upper part of town, was the scene of a
lively little mill Saturday night. About
a dozen were engaged in it women and
men and a regular knock down was the
programme. Henry Collius fared lb
worst of all, as he wus beaten until life
was thought to bo extinct.
Men's Hats nnd Caps at
I. P. Barnard's, Beurcr Dam, Ky.
Just received at W. II. Mi'sbclu's,
Beaver Dam, a large lot of tine Cigars
I. P. Barnard, at Beaver Dam, has a
large lot of salt, for sale very cheap.
A lot of nice new cloaks, and shawls
of the latest Mylcs and patterns, just re
ceived from the East, nnd for sale cheap
at 1, bmalls Ira c P.iktcc,
i k x i no ii o u si-: s
I V . nliMttrniv Orter nl ilcxVr in Vtnf
!, ifn.' ami DrJ., Kril,; Ti
Vloe tirett, Ulwctn Srtnd aoi l'fl trnli .
Jc. Minim. . "
178 t'.t Fourth Hfett., Continual),
Uliio, J twtl:r .o.'t ,ltlar in fit Watchc, Hit
rrr ml llil-Jntf. 1'art'eaUr allrntioa
given I" lha rrpalr of Watehtr and Jewalrr.
rpK !r C'K.Vr STORE.
JL J. C Pierce. ilMirr la Jrwelrr, BolU,
Iiraeltttj, Chiimea. Beka, xtU 73 and bit
fountain Sqaur; I1ninnati. Itiacch. corner
Purt antl tfrrvn street, LAoivil!, Ky.
DK. E. B0.3K.VZ1E
Kfoetro-utoluru tura far all klndf of aer
ouj and Khru'niatia iSUtAtet. AUloraicat
BnJjjei for ctl'dr.n'i inmmrr eomtdaisi.
0H.,363 Wot Slnih St., CinripiwlU
MAYBKRRY BROS. -
Walt-paner and Window 1C0
Main street, Cincinnati, Ohio 313 and S31
Madison street, Covington, Ky.
ALFRED V1TE, " "
Importer of monuinrni. The lareest
and ehe-jpert lot of Monument and-Staluei
in Ibe w-rid. Ever one should call bforo
buylnt;. Set up anynhrrs reic Nrt. 2J1 T
W. Fifth St.
MANTLE., ENAMELED UKATE.f,c
Wro. L. l'rtkin A Co., mannlaeiuura
f Mantels, enameled Urate ie, o's. 94 anil
98 L:u slieet Cln. Ohio,
LINDEMAN Jk SOXSVMot. ,
Mire, of Cjcli.id. njuare aud Uf right Pi
no, Kerr York, Joulbsra and Western brauehi
nareroont IIS v. ctl f ourtn it. t-ineionan unia
F. LlnJ.maa, manager, send for eirouur.
Praetioal iltchlnlit Inventor and Im
prover of the CniTerrJotoeri for steam and
foot pairer. Ail kinds of machines, molting,
knives and (rising kits, machine patterns made
to order, S. E. eornar Sceood St., Central Are;
REMOVAL 1TAUSKSTOCK. DEMIST,
T- V P. .nrn.p af StTCBlh udBlCflltl
Dr. P'ptcialty oftrcUii,c teeth wilhintpai.
l...k .1.11 kn hail 13 .fin exfierleaef-
and tbtri 33,000 name! of patteata on bi
KSfOST BROS CO.,
Importers of Fancy Ooodi and Tort Cat
tery, Stationery, Druggiata, Sundries, ilaiiol
warr, gmokeri artio.'cf, Baikatp. Silier, China,
and Bohemian glurware, 12 Wet Foath it.
Prompt attention lo oraers oy man.
Importers and dealtri In Dry Uood,
Ladici . lliiici and children' hoea. Mlllenerr.
Good and Aoiioni, WT and 14V WetIo.irtl
trcet.betwacn Kaeo and Elm. cheapen bottler
A J 1IAZLEW0OD, M. D.
Operatieal and Uechanieal Destilt, 172
Wct4th street, Cincinnati. A good st of
teeth for S.
TW& NEW AMERICAN
Scwiof Machine has lelf-tettin; needle,
felf-thrtadinr ihuttle. self-rernlatinc tension
and is tho Best. A'o. 177 Wei t Fourth street.
o v ! i - ,n ..J, and rvadv maua
AA OUIIU v
C i , 1,1. nf . v or ihlFta.
avail lor cireaiar w,m . -j - -- -
eotars and enffs. ?iiea Hit and foiraula for self
mtssnr-ment. S. K. or. atn ana h mbi.
. Importers sod wholessts dealers in.
Frtueh ehina, Toreign glaiaware, Uman.
French and English laney gooas,
West Fourth streets.
CI PEAR t CO.
O W holcsalo dealers ia Lamps ChandilieT
Uali-lightr, BrackeU and Lamp sloexs, peiro
leam fluid, coal oil, stoves, lamps, Ac. K4-
it Jlfrsof 6no harness leather and dea.ra
in leather, shoo r-ods, hides nd oil. S o 1 . 4
and 179 Main street between ith and Stb.
I . . . ..... , .,ll.tt Ttrrlirr.
tors, lee chests snd fleer coolers, anarrntte
tbe best and ehoapeet made. Depot all W,
Importer and manafaetnrer ofiook nf
itasies and picture frames of every del eripliott.
made to order. Ebony, Mora Antique tram".
and paaspartnU for phologtapns, no, "
w.itnnmirnr TO Cft
The peoples clothier, corner Foartt ana
Vine street. The largest clothing emporium,
in the lt'est. Samples and rules tor mtasure
ment sent freo.
SB.THOM Jk CO.
Whnltiale and retail earnetj and oil
cloths, window shade, laea curtains Ac, A
large and well selected stock always on hand.
Mos. 113, 113 anaitf Jiain, near rourin.
Jl Manufacturers and importers of Silk,
Dress roods. Yelvets. Ladies' Sul$, Cloaks. .
Shawls, Dress Trimmings and laces. Also.
Dress-making executed wlta aispateu at low
prices. 1Z0 Weil iounn si., uineinnatt. u
2- ELEGANT t'ARDN. 5o two alike
J with name He Postpaid. J. B. Uni
ted, Nissan, N. Y.
Those wishing; Relief and Cure for Ror-rcas
should consult Dr. J. A. Sherman, 2i3 Broad
way, Xew York, or send for ffte new book,
with Photograpbis likenesses of bad eaes be
fore and after cure. Beware of cheats who
pretend tn furnlah Dr. Sherman's treatment.
One of tbess fellows, a eermaa clerk, now
callln- himself Dr. W. O. CVcmpira, is indict
ed on complaint of Dr.S. and awaits trial fvr
lorgoty anj emoesxicmeni.
Het. tniSt Ul
Ttalixt Sr9. Sett
Uis nyetw -a
(. xane amisr
laaji. In Cur
rency or Btamn.
p.r u m:
A fcrhin aai san Curt.
Larse Redaction iu Price. A Ulal bottl
Mrs. J. A. DaoLUXGiR. Laporte, Indiana.
Box 10:8. (Formerly Mrs Dr. 6. R. Collins.)
The only combination of tho
true Jamaica Ginger with.
hoice Aromatic and French
Drandr, ia a delicious, haitn-
less and strenctbeniu? sub-
titnte for all kinds ofslimn
lant. It promptlT relievr.-
lTsiepij, Oppesiin after
Eating, and every rpeeiss cf
nmgesiion. eorrrcta all dis
turbances ofthoBowel, ami
eures Crarnrs, Chills, Fevers,.
and Malaria. Ask tor tan-fordiOIiNOKR-
-Yclioiiuinry or Soul t'linrnilna;."
ow euaer sax may ratcmalo an t gait
Lax and AUcctlin cf an person
they choose, instantly. This art all can Dott
ier, free, for 5 cents ; together with a
Lorer'aUuide, Egyptian Oracle, Drcanis.llinls
to Ladies, Ac. 1,000.000 sold. A queer book v
T. Yilliajis A Co., Pubs. Philada. '
I hae my shingle machine now in
operation, and am now prepared to make
shingles to order, alo shingles for ' .
and will purchase jellow poplar fd.cla
My coal hank is now running nnd I art
prepared to fill nil ciders ftr coal, anl
will sell at bank or delivered at any oilier
place in tbe ticinity. My shingle,, ma
chine is nt my coal bank ihrre miles bc
low lliirifeid. Petto Ftrt.