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not exceeding five lines, ami notices ol
Preaching publishd gratis,
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Cents per hue.
Jab work of every description June with
tieatnits and dispatch, at e ily j.riecs. We Late
a fulllineof jubi)pc,nl olicitlbeptrjnagr
or lac basinet i-ouun unity.
Arrival and Departure of the
The Wotcrn Mail leaves at 9 k. m.,
and arrives at 4 p m.
Tbe Eastern Mail leave at 1 p. ni ,
and urritts ot 1- ni
Hultihur SpriucH. Fordeville, II.-.yiiex
villa and Pellvillc leave every Tlmredsiy
at Cp. m. and arrhc. Saturday at 3 p in.
The Uwnnelioro man, Ma. iicua,
ford. Pleat-ant Ridjrc and MH-or.villc
leaves on Tuesday and Friday nt 7 o. in.,
and arrived Monday and Tlmrfcdnr at C
Tlic Ccutf rtown mail arrives at 10 a.
lu., and departs at 1 1 n Wednesday.
C. J. LAW TON, PostmnMer.
Paducali and Eiizabethtown
TIHETA 15 L E, N o. 3
In effect Sunday, July ; let,
, 3:o it. m.
. 7:35 a. in
Cecilia- ..... .
" Heaver l.ui.........
7:41 a. tn.
10:15 a. ro
Guthrie ......... .. S:B5 i. tn
1 Ilapktcsvilla 5:00 p. Ol
Ucnder.cn.... ................... 3:15 p. m
" K.antrille. ............... 4:11 . m
-: rada:ih ..... . .......... 3:11 p. m
Laav TaJacab 0.10 a. a
" Bramvllle 7:55 a. m.
" Htneron. 10:00 a. in
llopktusvllle ..11:30 . in.
" l!olhrl-..........................-l'):.r a. ra.
Nashville S.si o. n
M Oweoboro. ..........
Arrive Braver Earn 1:0" p. m
Cecilia . .. 5:40 p.m.
H!iblbtoicn... ...... 5:55 p. in.
Louisville- .. 8:01 d
An express train tuaVes clou ccr.Eneetions
TDetsrceB laomivilla and Cecilia.
It. II. 15. MINTY,
-. General Manager, Klitbethti.wn.
J. M. Doom, Agent, Heaver Para.
rinaeiB Jt KUiitvsiiiiiwv n. n. ro., 1
uiuiinnTDKS, XT., June i4ib, "77. J
Until further r.o:iee, Passenger Train on
-this road will bt run vn Suii.lajs.
It. II. JIIN TV, Cen Man.
Goncral Ilorvil jNrpvs.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10, 1877.
The Freride.it and Hoard of Directors
for llie Oiiio Comity Fair Company, by
way of response to our worthy friei.d
"Amicus," whoc inquiries npp.ired i:i
juuriMUCOfneek before lt, concerMng
thi futurs manapemcr.t of our nest an
nual Fair, we would rr!f.ctful!y, nnplinl-
'v'icly and catejorically etate very bririlv.
"ihRttlicre will be no "ride iHsues or itn
. luoral adjunctV pennitUd on or adjacent
to our grounds, which includes, n we
take it, gambling of any character whet
cvr, horse racing and the ale of intoxi
cating liquom, nil of which have been
and will b txrreta'y prohibited.
The Company have, tt co:ifiderab!e
expense, added a ' Speed Iling" to the
many ether attraction of it approach
ing Fair, which has for its object dimply
to test the trotting and pscing tpecd ol
lilooJcd and other horf er, and for which
w liave oflTt-red liberal premiumK, and in
no eense of the word does it embrace
racing or gambling, as almost all of the
Kairi ol this State have institutions of
like character as an adjuir.t. Wc hope
this explanation will be rati!nctory to
inquiring friend" and others like inter
ested. Ilurr KabbluV Ctrcon.
This mammoth circua and menagerie
appeared for its first lime in Hartford
lut Friday, and gave two performances,
both of which surpass any show that has
exhibited here for a number of years.
Its atrrat parade alone is worth the price
of adm'eaion. The intide performance
ras ta good as any we hare ever seen
Pete Conklin, the clown, :s first-class,
and with Lis original wit and humor
keeps the audience in one continuous
uproar of laughter from his first appear
' France until the exhibition is over. The
acrobats cannot be beaten, while the
came can truthfully be.said of the gym
nastic performers and the trapexist. Miss
Jtinnie Marks is unquestionably the best
equestrienne we ever saw insida a circus
ring. There are other featursa well
worthy of mention, but of which we will
not speak, except to pay them a deserved
eotnplimfnt by pronouncing them the
- most gentlemanly set of showmen that
ever visited this place, and come nearer
exhibiting what they advertise than any
company that has ever visited us.
, : JiVe take pleasure in calling the atten-
tioa or our readers to me aqjreruaemeni
.of Mendel & Kahn, Cromwell, Kentucky.
. rbeyjire old reliable merchants, and uir
. deratafed their business well. Goods
-well selecled and bought at the right
kind of' prices are easily sold. Mr. 1
Headelprobably has not an equal, and
orely not a superior in the celectiou and
purchasing or goods, lie never goes
about it in a hurry, but takes ample time
and looks around until he finds just
what will suit his trade, and then dofs
not buy until he gets it at the right kind
of figures. Give them a call and see for
yourselves what an immense stock they
Lave, andwhaLbargains they offer.
Mies Minnie Marks, Sn equestrienne
in Burr Bobbins' circus, which exhibited
liere Friday last, came very near receiv
iag a dangerous butt while performing a
difficult feat in bare-hack riding that of
jumping through a -Urge drum-shaped!
Loop. She failed to alight omthe horse,
end in do!n? so'thc harse rSH'OVer her.
hurting her slighlly,.bat witOTkonnerve
she remounted, audacquitted' herself
very creditably. JCTggr
Criminal Court rrorpi2!nsi.
Judo Murray who was reported pick
lust week, arrived here last Wednesday
evening, mid on Tliurmluy took the
bench, mid hns been keeping pretty well
up with the docket. We give below n
list of the .important casch ilmt have
been disposed of, up to going to preci1:
Commonwealth vs. We. Berry of color,
for grand larceny, continued for defend
ant. Commonwcnth s. (tun. Johnson and
other, which wrw re referred to the grand
jury, won ilimnismd.
Commonwealih vs. D. S. Stsvens, for
grand larceny, continued.
Commonwealth vs. W. B., M. II. nnd
J. n. Euykendoll, for murder, continued.
Commonwealih vs. Vf. P. Thomas, for
cutting with inteut to kill, continued (or
Commonwealth vs. J. II. Likens, for
grand larceny, conliuurd for iho Commonwealth.
Commonwealth vc. John Hunter of
color, for house breaking, plead guilty
nnd nw sentenced for two years in the
Commonwealth vs. Win. Chapman of
color, for Ftriking wilh intent to kill,
continued for defendnnt.
Commonwealth v. Wade Daniel, for
tiring liquor tn n minor, fined ?-50.
Comiiionwehllh vs. James Donaleon,
for selling liquor without license, fined
Commonwealth vs. James Greer, for
Commonwealth vs. J. L. Barnard, for
obstructing public highway, jury returned
a verdict not guiltr.
Commonwnalth vs. J. T Gidcomb, for
grand larceny, pleading guilty, was cn
lenced for one year in the Penitentiary.
Thou ltl.irkenship, for allowing gam
bling, fined ?250.
The grand jury, up to this writing,
have returned but two indictments, viz:
Thos. Mercr, for keeping lipling liouic.
J. T. Gidcomb, for grand larceny
If you want a $75 wagon for $f5, go
o Bean & Vuught and get it.
The masy friends of Mr. Fr&xc Pbt-
TossndMiM Antiu IIili. were pleasant
ly electrified nt the suddenucss of their
determination to embark upon love's
laughing seas. The invitations to the
marriage fele were gcneral-ly ntgltettJ,
as the urgency of the occasion left no
time for the distribution of cards. The
ceremony was performed in Kockporl, the
Gretna Green of Indiana.
Jinny happy marriages have been the
result of nn elopement, nnd fioin the
warm-hearti-d, generous unture of tli
bridegroom, and the educated, refined ami
confiding love ofthe bride, we cannot but
predict and hope for a happy termination
ofu new life commenced under auspices
so bright mid promiving.
Don't overlook il.
This morning" IIf.ku.ii contains a
nell-difplnred double-column advertise
ment of u. C. ilor'on s large grocery
and eonfectionery establishment, and we
lecire to call the attention of the fifteen
hundred renders of the IIekalo to if
Wc make no heMiancy in saying that
Buck 'as he is familiarly . known is
one of the livest merchants that has ever
engaged in busintus among hs. and his
lenlinca are fair and honorable with
everybody, which fact he will prove to
thoo who favor him with their trade.
Miss B.llie Cook, who hes been
absent visiting relatives in Henderson
county for seveenl months psst, returned
home last week.
Go to Holbrook M Rogers, Buford.
Ky., nnd buy your clothing cheap for
Francis N. Wodo, was up before his
Honor, W. F Gregory, County Judc,
on the 2nd, charged with being the father
of a bastard child of Miss Mary
McCarty. After hearing the evidence in
the case, the jury returned a verdict of
guilty, and atseseed the amount of recov
ery nt $00, a year for ten years to be paid
in quarterly installments. The defend
ant having given bond for his appearance
previous to the trial, it was adjudged by
the Court that he stand on snid bond and
defendant was relented frDm custody. He
was prosecuted by J. P. Sandtfer, County
Attorney, and ably defended by Messrs.
Townsend & Massie nnd G. C. Wedding.
The stewards of Hartford circuit will
please meet at the Paronge Monday j
after the third Sabbath in this month, nt
10 o'clock a. M., which will be Quarterly 1
court day. Itev. W. "W. Cook.
We received a communication last Fri
day that completely "gets away" with us.
The captiqn of the article reads thus:
A Letter to Jesus;'' and concludes by
asking the Lord to "take his feet out ol
the mire and clay and place a flat rock
on his head," or something similar. We
would publish the letter, but as Jesus is
in no way connected with this paper, we
know that when we go to our eternal
home we would be Iried for buccaneering
should we do so.
Clothing a specialty at Holbrook &
Rogers', Buford, Ky.
Hog-cholera medicine for sale by Hol
brook & Rogers, Buford, Kentucky war
ranted to cure. .
Mr. A. n. Avery, the gsneral traveling
agent for the great firm of Dr. J. C. Ayer
& Co., manufacturers of Ayer'a family
medicines, was in town a few days ago,
and favored us with an advertisement
Mr. Avery is on a tour through this part
of the State in the intereet of the house.
Ue was accompanied by his wife whom
we found to be quite a pleasant lady.
Matrimonial bonds are greatly below
par, and no material change is looked
for until after the falling of the first
heavy frost, when they will suddenly
take a rise, and all surplus "stocks" on
the market.will be taken in the boys
areTnow djscussihg their intereeta in this
An International Congress for the ad
vancement of good morals is to meet in
Dvnlli or n KrnliirMaii.
Hr. .Tchim II. Tlioinns died in Memphis
on tfcc.20tilt , need .'10 u'.irs. Mr. Thnmns
was a native of Maysville, Ky., but has
been a resilient of New Orleans nnd Mem
phi for twenty five years, and cast his
fortunes wilh the Confederacy in lierstmg
gle. Ha was a good toldicr, an excellent
husband; a kind, gtneroua and affection
ate father, a true frisnd, and a noble, ex
act and koiiorable man.
The following are the names of the
minUters of the Oweneboro District, np
pointtd at the Coufetcnco recently held
at Henderson, Ky:
8. C. Allen, Presiding Elder.
Owcntboro, U. C Settle.
Owcnslioro circiil, L. B. Davidson.
Wlviiigton. M. M. Hunter.
Cnlhoon, U. I j. Corbin.
Livermore. If. N. Kantz
Whitchville mission, 11. I) Griffin.
Hartford circuit, W. W. Cook.
It. D. lWnnetl, auperniimerHry.
llawesville, .1. W. Sliella.,
J. C Xorman, siipcrnnincrary.
Lenisport, T. G. Fnllin.
Bockiiort, V. T. Thomas,
Clorcrport, J. L Edrington.
Dr. O. E. Ston ers, a dentist well known
here, will be in Hattford, October lOlh
1877. and will remain a week or ten
days, and will do any work in iiis profca
sion that may be desired n3'J-tf.
Sunday was n fine day for flying kites
verv windy but as the Hnrtlord boys
are too moral for nn) thing of this sort
we had to watch our chances and gather
our items from some other uource. and as
fche hadn't practiced much, two summer
faults werj nil she could turn at once,
hence we will not nive an extended
notice of her acrobatic feats.
Horse-shoving a specialty at Bean t
Vnught's shop. Fifty cenls cash a pair,
or seventy-five cents onone months time
to prompt customers.
A list of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Hartford, Ky , on the 1st day
of October IS77.
Black, D. C Jackson, Powell 3
Bosquet, II. A. Lashbrook, J S. !
Collowav. Miss Jose Mills. HnrvrrS
Cox, Miss Lear J. Nave, Mrs Meek E.
Duke, Mis Loriuda Thompson Mrs. P.
Duff, R. J. TnvlorJohnie
Hnyward.FrofW.B Wilier. P.
Howie, E. It. Wilson P C.
Hamilton, Garrcll Wade. Miss A.E p c
Heavrin, Frank M. Wlliams, John W.
Winn. Miss Ida E
Which if not taken out by the first
dv of November I8 i, will be sent to
the Dead Lfttcr Office.
C. J. Lawtox, P. M.
October 1, lt77.
I have opened a school at the M. K
church (colored) nnd will chnrge 50 cts.
per months for each scholar. Send your
children nnd give them a chance to lenrn.
Gkorub W. Leach.
The appointment for George C. Wed
ding s lecture is indefinitely jiostponcd,
on account of press of legal engagements
lie will lecture on his return from Lou
isville. Timely n iticc will beeiven.
Mr. P. L. Woo, son of Mr. Thomas
Wood, near Cemlvo, placed upon our
table last Saturday, a very peculiar kind
of rock. It is in shape nlmost exactly
like a door knob, and is much lighter
than the ordinary sand stone. It is
prohaCly a petrified mush-room.
Rv. W. W.Cook, wTio has had charge
of Hartford circuit for two years past,
ws arc glad to note, has been returned by
Conference recently held in Henderson.
Change of Appointment.
I will preach at Mt, Vernon church.
on next Sunday, instead of No Creek.
This change is made in view of the Pres
bytery coming off at Buckhorn nt the
same time. W. W. Cook.
ICcw Jlllllnorj- Shop.
Mrs. Mattie Briggs announces to the
citizens of Hartford and vicinity, that
she has opened out a nice line of milli
nery goods, consisting of hats, trimmings,
Also all kinds of mantua-making
done on short notice and at prices very
"Tlio Crow nnd the Crescent ;" or,
Russia and Turkey, is the. the title of
anew work just published by the enter
prising firm of Hubbard Bro'a Cincin
nati, Ohio. It is a graphic description
of the countries, people,, races, nnd re
ligions of the regions now involved in
war, end is just such a book ns should
be in the hands of those, who have an
interest in knowing the facts pertain
The firm of L. Mendel & Co., Roches
ter, Ky., mean, just what the.' say in
their advertisement. They have a stock
eqal in quality, assortment and style, and
a little superior in low prices to any
store in western Kentucky. Do not take
our word for it, but juet visit them and
you will be couviaced.
We have received No. 5, Dick's Itecitn
tions and Readings. It contains about
180 pages of choice reading matter, suita
ble for readings, recitations, declama
tions, Ac. Price, paper cover, 30 cents ;
cloth, 50 cents. Dick A Fitzgerald, pub
lishers, New York.
We return thanks to Mr. George N.
Smith for somo very excellent chewing
Wc have been presented with a very
fine specimen of Sorghum syrup, made
from the cane of Mr. It. A. Stevens, on
Mr. J. W. Sandefer's mill. It's good
enough for an aristocrat to "sop" his
We are obliged to Mr. Henry Shroader
for a nice gourd given us, which grew on
his premises this year. The handle
forms a complete circle. He has other
gourds with very long handles that curve
at the end sufficiently to hang up.
We have a sample of Mr. Elijah Hock
er's winter Pearmain apples, that arc ex
ceedingly hard to beat. He lias a fine
crop of them which aro very sound, nnd
will be picked and well kept. He will
have several bushels for 6alc
I'or th If nttf.irit Herat 1.
Tlic bcft nny that a man can tin
To nrnve himself n lmtriot true.
Whrn raifcd t tbo lawmaking halli of t'l
In in l(bt unneedfal and irron- taxation.
Wn'ro txcl f r (ranilsiir, we'ro taxed for prlJ,
Kr unnceillul ornecr to provnla
Villi fiimi tn euabli! ofTi :ial high
With tbo iptonilor of torclgn court to vlo.
The Father of hla country, ho
Wni plcAfJ with a imall salary.
And be wliu caught and tamod tbo thunrlor
Atkod na high salary what a noutlsr!
Out nnw. tboir peers In all but brain
And virtue, nruuld, for paltry pain,
Sink tbe bot lanJ in llod'i creation
Into political datnnatlnu,
Thair HuiI.t day and night it relf.
Their K,-ol.orl.iuK object, plf,
KrgiirtllrM or tlic poor man' ihs
Ami i.lon' teara nnd vipban't crit.
Taxation it tbo nalioa's bane,
A dcn'llier curro tbin thru of Cain,
It rub the peoplo d freedom' crown,
Metre them toenrth imd LoMl them down.
It cinc equal right to die,
And human liberty to fly;
Divides tbo people ibto clarrer.
Uxxlts the few and enslave! the mej.'rn.
ThenWt our watchword, eleir and lilsh,
lliso till It reaches thr vaulted sky
From erry bight, bouse lop aud eleejil
Dunn with the raseitls that tx the proplo!
Hotter buildings of timber oreet.
Than of brick or stuno anil ourelvot subject
To publis debts, and terry Iho riser,
Than build a bridge and pay tax forever.
Learning; is gold but freedom is better,
And better, by Nr. not to know a letter.
If lo learn it subject us to taxes and knaves,
And matos at a nation of learned slaves.
Look at the (Itioians whom ocean's roar
Laiinot keep from leaving their native, shcre;
ihey Durst uuay, poor learned thing'.
And ctcipe at once from schools and Kings.
Who mojt lorrs woman and will defend,
Wbohc.it eres man, his state, his friond,
The first, best man in all the nation,
I ho that most resists taxaiiun.
And in that awful dy of wralh:
When despots tako the road to death.
He'll hear the words, in tones most fervent,
Well done, thou true and faithful servant.
An Ajrlenltnr:l S'ool .
A pool will be opened on the first day
of the Ohio County Fair, for the longest
ear of white corn from one end of the
cob to the, other. An ante of twenty-five
cents will be required, the longest ear
to take all the entry fees and corn. It
will be determined by competent judges.
We are called upon to chronicle the sad
intelligence to high-priced merchants, tli.it
E. Shall, nt the Tkadi Palace, is selling
goodvnt the lowest figures, and receiving
new goods dnily. It would be well for
Imyers to mukc a note ofthis.
II. M. Stevens, on Monday ol last
week, near Potts' steam mill in the vi
cinity of Roeine, killed two i attic snakta,
one six feet and two inches lonr; end the
other four feet and nine inches long, one
having twenty two rattles and the other
Mr. A. S. Iligg", and wife honored us
with n call last Friday. We are always
jl.id'to welcome to our u-atictuni, snch
true friend to the Hukai.d as Mr. Higgs
has proven to he.
E. Small, of the "Trade Palace," has
gone East as-tin for more now goods,
more especially for fine nice goode, for the
Fall and Winter trade. His purchases
arc now coming to hand, nnd nre o tiered
for sale at prices to suit the times.
Just received at Ii Small's "Trade Pal
ace," a large lot of handsome black cash
mere shawls, both eincle and double.
Ladies nre invited to call and examine
them before purchasing elsewhere.
Mr. R A. Rowan, handed us a curiosi
ty produced on his premises this year, in
the ehnpe of n double leaf of tobacco hav
ing only one stem, the leaves being per
fect in every particular
On last Saturday, MrT J. T. Benton, of
this plrtce, presented us wilh a couple of
very fine sweet potatoes of his raising
They are Yams; red skin, and yellow meat,
one weighs four nnd a half pounds, and
the other an ounce or bo less. Mr.Bcnton
one 'of the "bass" gardeners here
Ho who sells his goods the cheapest
will sell the most. .You can bet your hot
torn dollar thnt Julius Winter t Co
Merchant Tailors and Clothiers, S. E.
cor. 3d nnd Market sts., Louisville, Ky.,
do it It is to your interest to patronize
Since Julius Winter & Co., S. E. cor. 3d
and Market ets., Louisville, Ky. , have en-,
tercd largely into the Roys' and Youths'
Clothing trade, there is it decided im
provement in the appcarauco ofthe "fu
An Ohio county woman has been mar
ried in the same pair of slippers five
The Owensboro fair commences to-day.
Vnlnnble Rent EstntoEorNale.
We are authorized nnd requested by
R. S. Moeeley, of Hartford, to publicly
announce that he oilers for sale, on rea
sonable terms, n large portion of his
real estate property, lo-wit :
1st. Two shares of stock in the Render
2nd. His present dwelling house nnd
lot containing i acre, and situated op
posite the Hartford Hotel.
3rd. Another lot of J acre ndjoinipg
this and fronting on Union street.
4th. A large two-story business houso,
on the corner of Main and Washington
streets, and opposite the court house
5 tli. A houso nnd several acrew of
ground in the upper portion of Hartford,
known as the "Dick Rucker" place.
6th. Also two several tracts of land be
low and adjoining Hartford on Rough
We nre informed and so state, that one
of the reasons for making the above ofier
is, he wants to make valuable improve
ments on his plnco opposite the Fair
Grounds by rebuilding his houses burned
last winter, nnd give others a chance to
build up the town.
ix.'a:i 'A s . J. i
For Diseues of the
Tlwoat and Iioncs,
suak oa Coughs, Colds,
The reputation It has attained, la consequence of
the marvellous curse. It has produced during Iho
list half century, f a suOcleut assurance to tbo
rjrtriic. that it will continue to rtalUe the happiest
results that can bedenlred. In almost every
section of country tliero are persons, publicly
knownwhohaveIcnrctoitrVoni alarming and
- , ..t ... .
even desperate diseaaes of llie lunce, bj Its uso.
All who have trietl it.iekuowledxe its snperioritr ;
and where 1U virtues are ksowa, no one hesitates
a'S to what mcliclne to employ to ralltve the dis
tress and BufferiuK peculiar to pulmonary aJTeo
tlons. Chkbrv 1'acToKAi. alwaja affords in
stant relief, and irfurn rapid cures of tho
lnlldcr varieties of bronchial disorder, as well as
tli moro formidable disoar of the lungs.
As a safeguard to children, amid the distress
ing diseases hich bat the Throat and Chest of
Childhood, It la In valuable ; for, by it timely use,
multitudes are rescued and re tared to bulla.
This medicine rains friend at every trial, as
the enres It I constantly producing aro too re
markable to bo forgotten. Jto family should bo
without It, and thoio who havo once need it
Eminent rhyelelan3 throughout tho country
prescribe It, and Clergymen often rcoommeod It
from their knowlcdgo of Its effects.
Dr. J.C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
ATactlcM and Analytical Chemists,
SOLD BY ALL DUU(K1IST3 EVZttYWIIEHE.
J. W. Ford, agent, Hnrtlord. Ky
r. 12 AD1NG HOUSES
Olxiol t r sxt.
WM. QLKSX A SONS
wholesale Oroeer and dealers In Pro
vitioas. Seeds and Dried Frnits. 68. 10 A 72
Vine street, between Second and Pearl streets
T C. MICH IK.
fj o 18 West Fourth street., Mnelnnatt,
Ohio, Jeweler and dealer In fine Watches, St!
vcr and Pisted-wsre. Particular attention
given to tho repair of Watcher and Jewelry,
rrtiiu n cu.vr storh.
JL J.C. Pierce, dealer In Jewelry, Doll,
Brackets, Chromos, Hooks, ae.. 73 and SO
Fountain Square: tlneinnatl. Branch, eerner
Fourtb and llreeo street, Lonisville, Ky.
Tn. C. ROSK.NZIK
t Clectrn-aotorio care for all kinds of ner
vous and ubrubiatla lU'eascs. Abdominal
llandaces for children' summer eomclaiat.
umee, sns west Jilntri at., Cincinnati.
Wall-papers and indow sadi( 160
Main itreet, uinclnnnu, unio. orj ana oji
llsditon street, Covington, Ky.
Importer of monnmentt. Tho lareeit
in.l cbsjpest.lot sf Monuments and fitatae.
Initio world. Everyone should call beforo
bnyinc Pet up anyuhero rsrx.
JV. 251 7
JY, Firth 6t.
"74 ,"ANTLE.V.'!ENAMELED OKATK.S', tc.
.Lt-L Wm. L. Perkins i Co., manulaeiur.r
of Mantel, crura tied OrateJ Ae, h'o'.
94 Elm (ttcet Cin. Ohio,
T INHUMAN i i-ONS-Pianos.
B j Mr, nf Orluid. snuaro and unriuht ll
anos, New York, Southern rfhi Western branch
wareroom 173 West Fourth st. Cincinnati Ohio
i I.lnderaan, manager, tend for etroular.
Practical Machinist Inventor and Im
prover of tho Universal Joiner for team and
foot power. All kinds of machines, mole.tnr,
knivoi and Irising bits, machine patterns made
to order, S. K. corner Second St., Central Ave:
REMOVAL FA1INEST0CK, DENTIST,
To N. K. comer of Seventh and Race sts
Dr. i"t specialty of treating teeth without pain.
Fresh gas daily, has had IS years experience,
and thero a.e 35,000 names of patieats on his
K.NOST BROS CO.,
Importers of Fancy Good and Toy Cat
lery, Stationery, Druggists, Sundries, Mutieal
ware, tjmokcrs articles, Baskets, Silver, China
and Bohemian glassware, 1ST West Touth St.
Prompt attention to orders by mail.
IVET k PARDRIDOB,
Importers and dealer In Dry Uoods,
Ladies, Ml.se nnd children' shoes. Mlllenery
(loed and A'otions, H7 and UV West Fourth
trect, between Raco and Elm. cheapest homo
AJ HAZLCWOOD. M.D.
Operatical and Mechanical Dentist, 171
West 4th street, Cincinnati. A good set of
teeth for $8.
THE NEW AMERICAN
Sowing Machine has elf-tett!ng needle,
self-threading shuttle, self-regulating tension
and Is the Bist. .To. 17T Wet Foirth tret,
. Shirts snade to order and ready raado
Send for circular with cat of tyles of shirt,
eolars and cuffs. Price lttt and folmula for self,
measurement. X. K. eor. 4th and Walnut.
ACIIULTZE A CO,
Importer ana wholesale aeaiers in
French china. Foreign glassware, Uermtn,
French and English Taney good, II and 7i
West Fourth street.
&PEAII A CO.
O Wholesale dealer In Lamps; Chaadilltrt
Hall-lights, Bracket and Lamp stocks, petro
leum HalJ, eoal oil, stovei, lamps, Ae. IDS
BCARD W00LKY A SONS
Mfrs of fine harness leather and dealers
tn leather, shoe goods, hide and oil, Ho 3 li i
and 178 Main street between ath and 4th.
Mfr of patent salf-ventilatlni Refrigera
tor, Icocbest nd Bear cooler, Guaranteed
the best and cheapest made. Depot 211 W,
Importer aad manufacturer of looking
glasses and picture frame of every description
made to order, Ebony, Mora Antique frames
nnd passpartats for photographs, No, "8 W
JAMES WILDE, JR., A CO.,
Tho peoples elotbier, corner Fonrta and
Vine streets. The largest clothing emporium
in the treat. Samples and rales for measare
ment sent free.
, Wholesale and retail carpets and oil
cloth, window shade, lae enrtalna Ae, A
large and well soleeted stock always on hand.
No. 173, 175 and 177 Main, near Fourth,
rriHOS. LIVINGSTON A CO.
A Manufacturer and importers of Silk,
Dress goods, Velvets, Ladles' Suits, Cloaks,
Shawls, Dress Trimmings and lacos. Also,
Dress-making executed with dispatch at low
prices. 120 West Fourth tt., Cincinnati. O.
Applr to tlio editor ! lilnewspaper
lor linir tnembentlilp, at dlxcouut, in
liny lies Ureal Mercantile College. Kro
link, Ion ii. ou tlio 3IlaKlHalppl. Hooli
Ueepern, I'ciunon. lteporterw. Opera,
lor? and Toarliern thoroiiKlily lll(el.
Don't (nil lo rulilrcss JL'ror. Miller. Ueo
AjwrcaaJVM - aw;riy.'i actjcqsr
KEEPS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
ALSO A LARGE;AND,WF.LL-r SELECTED STOCK OF FURNITURE MAT
TRESSMS. CHAIRS, 'AC. .
wutch he. offers at hvingipriccs Give
(W. C. Chapman's Old Stand.)
Buy all yonr Furniture, Chairs, &c,
Warc-rootng, Sixth street.,
GEO. KLKIK JNO.M. KLEIN
GEORGE KLEIN & BKO.,
DEALERS IK ALT. KINDS OF
13 FITTED UP WITH
Ono Wash Boiler, One Stew Pan, One
Sheet Iron Fang, Two Pota, Two Skillets, Two Griddles, Ono
Iron Heater, One Gridiron, Two Pot-coven, Ono
Cover-lifter, Two Joints of Pipe,
One Elbow .
o. 7 Farmer or Palmetto
trc imiKjri jjirecmrom xuttetiea
as it can bo limiglit anywhere. A Jarge
ntnntly kept in store.
BUY THE BEST SPUING MATTRESSES
Dickinson Furniture! Manufacturing Company.
Ware-rooms, Sixth street
WITH A MAMMOTH STOCK OP
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FAHCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Blankets, Linsovs, J oans,
"E&gxx xxxc3. Boys Ol
Boots JO.ca. Btiocs.
A Beautiful Line of
Ladies, Misses' and Children's Hats,
LA.TJEST 8Y XJS.
-Give us a Call, no Trouble to Show Goods.
Fine Dressing-Case Suits
DICKINSON FURNITURE "MANUFACTURING
Waro rooms, Sixth street, between Main and Market,
A Start in Business Life,
"Teach your sons and daughters that
All person interested in BUSIXKSS EDUCATION' ahonld examine into the mer
of Oio EVANSVILLE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, located on il, roe.,or r
nd Miiin Strectn, over Drugstore, Evansville. In I. Tht is not a college of a bubble"
reputation, but has been in nncnesarul operation (or twenty etven rears, and to-d.tv il
tandsasthLEADINGBUSINE!SSCOLLEaEothiiniir.lStiM T?.,.iwvi. re
viled to call at the College and examine the
nun i rcutai vyuurse oi biuuv mc aiuuenis receive, it is the onlv College- in the
West thnt is conducted on the Actual BosfKUa rjlan. The
and ladies wishing toobtain an education in a short time at a small expense i re
spectfully solicited. Time lo complete the entire course is from three lo four month.
THE TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE
Is the most complete institution ol the kind in the country : it U first clans in all
its appointments; is fitted up in the most
practical ; it lias more instruments than any teiegrapb othce in the West ; its pupils
receive the same practice ns if In a regular telegraph office; its graduates' are com
petent operators. We will send specimens of plain and ornamental Penmanship
Circulars. Catalogues and Currency issued in our Bankins Denartmert to -mv nl
sending the address of fifteen young men
young man must bo written plain, giving
joun J. ivlkiner,
Mayor ol Evansville, President
him a call beforeHuyine elsewhere
betweem Slain aud Market,
THE rOLLOWISQ WARE :
Cofieo Boiler, One Tea Kettle, Three
rtii uunjinn.i-wanr, nnttsell ltna Cheap
stock of JLmwaro and Hardware con
botwesn Main and Market,
Dress Goods, Shawls,
JECettm nr3 0Tp3.
which they will practtco when then be
mode ot instruction end the thorough in-J
thorough manner; its instructions nre
of his acquaintance. The address ol each
full name, pot office, county and Mate.
Address WRIU I IT & SPEKCER,
. ALn,arin- frim-inni.
i 'Tn. Lost Cqm "A na;nCcen,
pw-iiirn iNvftbH jn so. rcprteeniK n
et.reilraie sorlir afier the -ear retHrn
i ibs; Home, whkh ne n leneiv ami Ucs
i.. i . .1 .1 - s " .
i t iuw .tttncii csi gr are
twogrnies with jWe cruets, en tme of
which e friendly Unl ha linns iv
garkiniL To the rifhl the ealas river
nnd rising moon indicate peswe and rest.
Th Lirr. seen through the trees, repre
sent the Southern CroM. It i a picture
that will touch every Smithc n he tit, and
sheuhl find n place in every f-'euiheru
home. Owe copy sent by mail, mounted
on roller and post-a:d, on r.-eeipt of
J5 cents, or three for 60 cfm Address
A. Cregnr & Co.. No. 168 Market street.
Chattanooga, Tenn. A,'eiit wanted
every hrt to sell enr cheap and popu
lar pictures, stationery packages, etc
$"i lo $10 per day easily made. No
monev required until the pictures are
"kl. Send sMtHp for catalogue rd
1. Ue..Isi A. Thomas, 21 tVnvne Grif
fin. R. S M-dev. Snm. R Hill. A. T.
Sail. William Haitlivielr, E D. Walker,
W. II. 5!iKre. Henry I) Mellenrv. Jno.
P. Bnrrrlt. Wil!iin BroV, U. F, Woer
ner. John Mi.ll.iir. Win. C Morton. E. b
II. Small. D. K. Tracy, Wm. T. King,
-fohn S. Vuucht, EdwarJd & Foster. E.
C. lluhbnril, Clnrrnee Ilni4eiclc. Oeorga
Klein A Bro , J. F. Yaner. W. T. Cox.
A. 1 Hudson. Icaac Jlewlel, Fetter Ac
t-'ondiet. Q. C. Shank. F. 2L Heavrin.
John I. l elix. I P. Barnard. J. W.
Uarnett anJ J nines F. Collin?, corpora
tor!., have, lliia day, the ISSlh ol! Au-
gnst. A. D. Ia77, organized a company in
pur-tinnce of the laws of this Slate, in
i-ucb cases made and provided, under the
name and tvle or the OIIIO COUNTY
FAIR COMPANY. The bnsine-n of said
Company will be transacted at its office
in the town of Hartford, Ohio County,
2. The general nature of the bnsinesa
off aid Company organized nt aforesaid
will be to hold one or more annual Fairs
on the present site of their grounds near
3. The amount of capital stcck author
iiel by the charter is not to exceed.
$5,000, to be paid in such sumandrn
installments, and at such times aa the
Board of Directory may from time tt time
3. This Company will commence bus
in ess from this date, and will continue
same for the space of twenty years, tin.
less eooner disrolved by "th vote ol twe
ihird ofthe then existing stockholders.
5. This Company will beTofllcered by
a President,- Vice-PresidentJfSecretary.
Treasurer, and five Directors, who, and
each of whom, will hold their-respective
offices for one jear. The annual meeting
of said Company will be held in said town
of H.irHord. on thefirst Saturday in
April of each year, at which lime and
place the officers aforesaid will be elected
.. . it
6. The hiehest amount of indebtedness
or liability lo which the corporation is at
any time to subject itself is $2M).
Private property of the corporators la
to be exempt from the corporate debts.
it. b. IcsELtrr, Attorney.
Warren S. Pate, the popular and lih-.
eral salesman of the great clothing
house oi Stix, Erouse .--Co., Cincinnati.
Ohio, has opened out a complete Hoc of
of samples of efothing of every.
variety nt the Louisville Hotel, and
will remain Thirty Day. Because of mj
ability to sell cheaper than clothing mer
chants of Louisville, ami in consequence
of having had remarkable saece in Hel
ling in Louisville by sample. ANnx of
200 dollars has been imposed upon mo
for the privilege of selling there thuj
thinking to shut me out, and force mer
chants to buy of Louuville men, but, rest
assured, I will be on hand and sell good-,
cheaper than ever before, nnd 1 call on
all my old customers to stand by me, and
solicit the favors of as many new ones as
may see this advertisement. I will be
there during the entire month of Septem
ber and part of October, and will sell, if
I have to sell at or below coot Do not
fail to look atmylioe of samples, aa it
costs you nothing, and jou will thereby
see for yourselves wbethtr I am not abb;
to sell jou better goods for less money
than jou can get elsewhere Remember
tbe place Louisville Hotel.
With Snx.Kcocas & Co.
Ail persons indebted to Andrew
Duncan, deceased, or W.G. Duncan & Co.,
are hereby requested to come forward
and settle their notes, account-., &c
v3o3S-U W. G. Suncjv, Adm'r.
KlilusleH nnd Coal.
I have my shingle machine now in
operation, and am now prepared to make
shingles to order, alo shingles for sal'.
ami will purchase yellow poplar Meets.
My coal bank is now runuing and I am
prepared to fill all orders for coal, and
will sell at bank or delivered at any other
place in the vicinity. My shingle ma
chine is at my coal bank three miles bo
low Ilnrtford. Ilcoxe Fbby.
8g?"We will send the Salnniiiv EveniW
Poxtand Hartford llKrur.D. fur one year.
on receipt of 32 So. To tWe who are
already subscribers to the I!Ka.tu.we will
send thePo-t on receiptof$l 5a Address,
Job f. .babbitt, iPk.
Editor II Kuu. UartforJJfK?!
"jyalcr CsBinilMloBer's Sfollee.
Ohio Circuit Court.
Lewis L. Smith's Adm'r. Pla'tC )
Aeainst t Enmlr
Lewis L. Smith's Heirs, Deft. J
Notice is hereby eiten to Ire Creditor
ol Lewis L Smith, deceased, that the
undersigned, Commissioner of the Ohio
Circuit Court, nnder an Order in the above
eljltd cause, mil atiand at his ofiiee. iu
Urulfunl. Ironi the dure hereof, tihtil th
let day of October. 1S77 to rrceiva ami
hear proof of claims against rsid De.
cendent; and that all claims not prrsenW
etl to him and proven aa required by law ,
within the time specified above, will Li
E.R. MURRELL, M.C O, C. a
OHIO CIRCUIT COURT.
D. B. Trout, Adm'r, Pl.f
J. J. PJuramer a al Dcfs
.I " v 5'" ia9 vrrdllont
-I-, of Owen Plnmmer, deceateJ. that lha
undersigned, Commissioner f the ObJoClicult
Conrt, naderan Order in the stxra rtvte.1
eause, wiir.tteDtt at his Office, in Ilaitford.
vrnTrrr :. v...v- -r .. ...
Kt., from the data hereof nnlil the litbdT r
Oetober,- 1S7, to reeetve aii-1 h.ar ).rofr
claims agalatt eaU Decedent. jsM ISafcSjiw
claims not presented to him anrTjiroven.as'reJ
quired by law.wl hin tlfo tinw rptelSa aWtr
will bo forever barred.
E. It. MORIt' LI.. 3T- a O. c ni