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J.'iO. I. n.lKKllTT. F.tlilor.
wnrvF5riAY.or. ir. is-;.
;The UfiH'ti.'.q county Riir-w-a ijnite
!!ine Iiu jjivcii llnyc to tlic Di-iii-
(iiiji! if vnin' Lipiiu hi Now York.
l8ii Hiwrly n ntiiig!r tli'in a wcuU
ujn. ' '
PruMm'iiS Il'iyo Kir lu-'is 1 li rmin
vt In Mtn1: In iiis S.nitliutn :uii! civi!
service p .Ik-it.'
Zuno K. Ym:,. ol iliM iili-nnville
Timw, is Iw-omiap quite xiuil:ir. He
lm pv. !uli.-. :)! a il.ij imnusl for
Slan'ry li is aniii been lieir.l from .
The uw Yoik llcrolil recently pub.
JMuil a letter from liitn ilntcl at Ny
nnxrp Maityetnn, Coutral Allien, Nov.
Tins luipliy tcinpcraure meet
ings in Lmikvilie nre' still very in
terrtit ami l.-iipflv attcndrsl, aiul
tliey arc still potting converts by the
Tl e Examiner says Mrs. Andrew
McLean, living near Oweiwlwro, while
giving medicine to a sick person, bad
her clothes catch fire and her flesh literally-
Ktiix, Axuthki:. State Senator
Nash, of .South Carolina, has resigned
and Tied" up to the Investigating
Committee and implicate.! several
others iu the LegUlativo fraud of that
The Dabcoek nml Shepherd rintr.
from 1871 to 187-1, swindled the Gov.
rnimcnt in the matter of public works.
to the tune of $3,500,000, which was
all right with Grant, who shielded
Babcock to lc last.
Glass, Ware & Co., U the style of a
firm in Hopkins-Hie, who do a staving
dry goods trade. Although cfowwrc
va?j uniKen, mis nrnj lias weath
rrvwl f T. . c r i ...
m - " mi ipng umc,.uut are
not broken or even cracked.
The Mormons, by a mass-meetintj,
vested their Presidency iu the twelve
postlcs, who chose John Taylor as
President of the quorum of Twelve.
Young Brigham, or Brigham Young,
whichever you want it, was left out in
mere arc one hundred more col-
orcu pawners than white ones in the
Siato Penitentiary, and yet there are
more than twice as many whites as
blacks in the State This U another
j.rcof of the fact that ignorance and
vice arc twin ulsters.
Henry Ward Boecl.er got ten votes
in the Democratic caucus lat Satur
day night for the position of Chaplain
ot the Lower House of Congress.
Probably Mr?. Tiltou was lobbying for
him. We would like to see the names
of the ten Democrats who voted thusly.
The Murphy movement has broken
out at the State capital. It ought to
lave waited until Uie Legislature
met and had the excitement red-hot
during the sitting, and then probably '
our law-makers would have spent loss'
time at wine suppers and devoted j
more time to business. I
Hon. Edwards PierrennV TTri?
States Minuter toEagJapd, hasxwign
e J, and the prospects are rood fnr Wn
B. H. Bristow to bo his successor!
SMIrtfttt- f 1. I ...
w.cumjrrcai civu service re
former in Grant's cabinet, and who re
signed to keep from being kicked out
because of his honesty ot purpose,
ought to be and a a citable man for
Hayes to nppoint to racfa an ia, portent
rA n.Kl:.t. ... .1
" - u mis issue a commu
nication from some of the miners who
vi,ited McHenty and Taylor mines' re
cently, upon which occasion we wrote
an editorial condemning, in as strong
uage as we.couw use, any actiou
l:t.:5.; i .- ...
o v iu 190 letter, as wo
do not wish to Inako or give publicity
to a fake impression. We heard from
what we deemed good authority that
tue men who visited Tavlor mines
""w up in regular military style,
double file, and got the miners and
t0he.1?Wtbe . wfioua,; using 6
threats before they could, induce some
of them to go. We were also inform
cd that the notice stuck un at Me-
Heary'a mines 'ordering the men to
quit contained threats. If those state
ments of ours were correct, tho law-
was violated and the parties were lia
ble to heavy enaltie?, and ought to
be punished, or "else the law ought to
be repealed. Hcreis the Si.itute law,
the violation of which we rfft-rrwl to.
' An Ad loamrnd cimi'trriir'iih eliht of
$ 1 Jilfitl?rrivir!lhriihenc,H-ml
ly. That if anv wimu Av. Veiub tir-
eiilnte, cxhiliLijir.iut up any ibr-Ht-J
rKii.iioliy.'icIctii!!-, n with such
jwrsoii .'. r KiutiViV imiw. or
mumviiuui-h-, i Minll. on f:ivu:tbn
tbennif, 1- fined nnt-ls limn one nlrr
inoio tiinn fif liinidred ilnllnrx, and
iiiiiiijirliii fh- coiiuty Jiiil'iHit' less
than three" montli.
roiuoift iii- ir liaitd lliniiej.'w togeth
er tor li.e purport uf llitininlittlir
:tb;i in:njf, or ili-turbiiig any porsnn or ' p'nco.l tlu-re'ii-! n inr- imircuttiiti olilu-'
pt'ioii", or lo ill) imy ffhiiiiiius tifl. t'tccuoiM in"ttol, t.cin -io-t- iii their vicln
llioy or i iilifi- shall, on nuivictiun iiy. Itui tin- nalitv of lr-ains is tin-
tlicieor. In i-oniincd in t!ie pciiitcnti-j.i.o't com im-injr jirooljn Uh iniliil oi lit
aiy not h-A- than six nor' more than' j vajrT.co, luu'.i.g .lra.m-.l on i-uvoinl
tuilvo ii!i!ili!. or. in tliu ih-victiimoi'
tin-jury. finel not loss than ono him
drod nor more lh:iu five hundred dol
lars, and inipi i.-tittl in the county j.iil
not h'.- than ilnvc nor more than m.
?? I. Ifanv iiiiuivslnll result to tin-
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person or propoilv of any pi-r-o:i oi j "lir .gnfjl fri-ltrrn, li-sy r.t work in the
persiins by re:viMi of any uiilawtul aetij mml unproiuMn gold country liial tir
ilrio.iuwcl iii-tlropiTcerliiigM'ctioii-soflgri-i-toKilic n ,.C an oM C.ilil.ri.i.i
this act III.- jvr.-on or p,MotM engag.'d j Uli T. Tlic ;'gnH ari- vrv poor nml m
XI llH ,,l..ll ll.r ..I'll I.. I " '
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mho imiauiui ni-i ur ucii'. Minn, on
oouviriioi, then-of. bei.!i.i(M in the
H-iteiti:ir,V lor a pciiml of not tvs
i.tu i t vci e nor more ticin cightroii
itioiilli, in the distrrelion of the jury.
Now, ifthf-c jwrties lundcd together
and iutiniidiito'l tlns-o Illinois, u we un
deitml n tlic cn. we oon'il not do
otherwise sis a public journalist tlinu
iloiiiuniiT it, end call the nttontion of
the Grand Jury to it. Our rcsulcrs
iutorestoil would do well to read pnges
:if."). RGO and .'.07, General Statute of
rvcntueky, and then they will ee tin
several penalties the law inflicts on
tho-ft who lntiinidiite or stir k up no
tices forbidding oTbers to work, or
send threatening letters, also as to the
injury resulting to property thereby.
If the law h wrong, we are not respon
sible; but while it is the law, it ought
to be enforced at all hazards, and, if
we were properly informed, the parties
referred to were liable to the penalties
and ought to be punished; if, however,
as the communicants state, they did no
overt act, they were wrongfully
charged, and we gladly give them the
place to correct it.
David T. Boston, of vBcaeh Grove
John W. Cobb, of Kim Wood, Web
John H. Clements, of KuotUvillc,
Da vies county.
C. J.Smith, of Fordsvillc, Ohio
Sol. Villincr, of Hopkins countv
each filed their petition iu bankruptcy
1 1 it r i ah for OUIo.
The election in Ohio last Tuesday
resulted in an overwhelming defeat to
tho Republicans. It being Hayes'
own Slate a great effort was made by
tfie Republicans to carry it, but all iu
R. M. Bishop, who, by the way, is
a native of Kentucky, was elector!
Governor by 23,000 majority, and the
Legislature is Democratic on joint
ballot by about forty majority, rind
thus is another United States Senator
secured by the Democrats.
Kentucky will hnvo to look out
Ohio will win the laurels in large
Democratic majorities. Pennsylvania
will follow suit next month, and one
by one the States will pronounce
against the fraud by which tho people
were deprived of the chief magistrate
selected by them, and another placed
in his stead.
The Democratic caucus, last Satur
day night, to make nominations for
Congressional officers was quite a har
monious meeting and acted very sen
sable. Hon. Samuel J. Randall, of
Pennsylvania, was nominated for re
election as Speaker on the first ballot,
receiving 109 out of 144 votes.
The gallant George M. Adams, of
Kentucky was nominated for re-elcc
lion as Clerk on the first ballot.
Ilyu. John G. Thompson, of Ohio,
was nominated for re-election as Ser-
geaut-at-Arms lrjr acclamation
Col. Polk, of Missouri, was, nominat
ed for Door-Keejier on tho 3d ballot.
J. M.Sicuart. of Virgiuia, was nom
inn ted for reflection as post master on
the first ballot ,
The Rev. Dr. Poisel, of the' South
em Methodist Church, was uominated
The time was when tho bare racp-
tion ofa bouthern Methodist in Coir
press would have raised a loyal howl
Ifrom all the saintly Puritans of New
fi' . i .... it... .
uigiauu, uui inanu lor a better day.
These nominations are equivalent to
an election, a the Democrats have a
majority of about thirtesn, and are
The servants of Uie people haye
made a good beginning and .we may
expect a good session.
Later. Tho upinmees Imve all
been elected, by, Jaajoritiesf. about flf-
-Urajbon onny Xtt.
I roficluuVI my laft. with a frak o(
one Di"wcrK, ami now 1 must nienlion
anritlcr of a illnVreot tmiure for as much
as one was n bunril trensnre, the other
is trying to anearhyome out ol a bill
limit I wo thousand feet above the creek
Mr Alirnin Dcwecs,,nu nsed and liieh-
ly resp;teil citizen living on the'liead
iTtters of Cnney creek, lint n most
eccentric indiviJua! withal, has taken it
into hln head that gold in untold rjuanlN
tie lies burled in a lame hill on hia l"irm.
Tlir' reaVon 1e gives for this bejiefis that
about sixty years ago, severa) iroaces
Ttpresenting th human form and workr
eu out or hard while sandstone, stood
on the west side of this bill with the
faevs lurried lowa"r j the cellinc auri, but
at the ip-iintIon of an" itinerant Melh
IIhI prukchrr wlio denounced the images
as'rrl'Mof ii1i)lntrj,;a party ofboya at
tnokeil ihrm one Sunday and they mere
conipleit'ly ilc inotlnlicd
These iuiauev, Mr. Dewees thinks were
ici.iioiii ol iii i t-;i rl li i nji st.-t tira-urfs ol
of i!im liid. ami on tliM i-lmituwy iiro.it
iriili the nsiHtnlll-o oI'm-vit.-.I noilidor-..
In- Iiu iMiiiinonoc oir.ttlon liy -iiil.ing
j Miii'lii.lli it m; liilmi :i:t.
1 ij"'l'l tlic vvorU lau-lj .mid found
fiiiwi.is, thai Mr. ll,u,-, ill have to
, . , ....
s" T m",K '. ' A"lr;iU u,u,c 1,1
""'' ! imi.u.
Tlio firan-jiT ol(ir.in c.uul are iii
n jinxprmis condition nml unrUin hard
lur ihe aini-linratiiMi of llirir toning
hntlirrn A birje nuvlin nu In I.I in
I.ilolitiil l la-t S.mirda;, when ;hc ijik
ns fully .lit-cu'..-0'l. 1 am iuforuud tluo
il litis been ilcei.le.l to opsn a 1 1 re st.r
in mint ecu Ira I loc.ilitt in tlio oniint; .
where nny millibar of branch tlores
vunld be supplied, thus giving I lie l.r
iiiin" community ihts i(d vantage ol whole
nale prices uith anenr markrt lor tlis
pofcing of their s.irph-.s pnUuce. Mill
wood U tnlkr.l ol ;u the looation, hut a?
vet, it has not been decided.
The county wa never clearer ol hoj
cholera than id present Few farmer
have lost any with the disease for th
pasd two or three months, and the crop
will be belter thnn lur several years.
Several Imve sold already, realizing 4
cts. per pound gross.
molasses making is on hand and th
amount fo be made will be simply cnor
moiiii. rroat exactly one ncrc of cane
gentleman in this vicincly, has boiled
down one hundred and fifty gallons ol
splendid molasses, this at fifty cents
gallon would bring seventy dollars,
very fair figure compared lo the value
ofan acre of corn or tobacco.
A large Murphy meeting was held i
Litchfield on Friday night laat the na
scrablagc was large nnd n great many
became followers of the famous Franci
NEW MASONIC ll.ll.l.
The new Masonic Hall in course o
construction in Litchfield will truly be n
credit to the town. It in a beautiful
building and the Masonic faternily ma
well be proud of their new temple
Mesjrs. Cox and Chajtin are the builders
Dr. Duvall, of Big Clifly. is about to
erect a neat dwelling house at Millwood
with the intention of moving there to
practice his profession.
NKGK0 1ICNG BV A MOB.
The theme of conversation at present is
the lynching ol Dick Casey, a notorious
negro desperado by the outraged citizens
of Breckinridge county, at Hardinsburg
on Thursday night last. It appears Ilia
) Uiuiug me absence or Mr. Shad
Nichols who lives fiye miles from Hard
insburg. attacked Mrs. Nichols, and
with horrible violance outraged that
lady a person. After gratifying hi
nendish desire the monster made hia
escape, but was finally captured arid
lodged in Hardinsburg jail, and from
ihero a justly indignant public forcibly
led .bun to a well merited doom. This I
believe is one case of mob law, that the
greatest law abiding citizen can not con
demn. The details of the outrage are
too horrible to be read and the respecta
ble standing of the lady, justified the act
in the eyes of the excited populace.
Fordsvillc, Kv.,Oct. 13.
We put off writing until this week
hoping by now to haye something of in
terctt lo communicate.
TlieYarmera in this vicinity nre vcrv
industrious people, they now have most
II their extensive tobacco cro in their
barns,-though soine little has been dam
aged by frost.
Prospects are flattering now for large
crops of wheat next year. Fordsville
would certainly be a good location lor a
good (louring mill, as our citizens have
to go about twelve of fourteen miles to
A parly from this neighborhood com
j)oecd of Messrs. Samuel Heddcn, J. J.
Midkiff, Mrs. & A. Cooper and two
daughters, and Miss Anna Mitchell, left
yesterday for Hopkins count v, where they
nut reniaiu about two weeks, visiting
relatives. We wU)h them a pleasant
Mr. K Whitler,- one of our dry goods
men, has bcem-siok' for some lime, but
we are glad to see him able to walk
Mr. J. II. Megan, anolher one of our
merchants, returned last week from the
Eatd, where he purchased a nice stoek ol
new goods.. J V
Iknow a "fellah" wlio took thawron"
train as he went to tile Exposition. He
e"- ut ;kj ion next nay. it is
tt II... a.... .1. - - . .
thonght he didn't sleep very much that
nighL - '
We drove over the grand iron l.ridee
a Jew. tiny ago, which spans Itougl
Creek nt the Falls of Itoueli. It lain
deed line, aud wss completed little more
than a week ago, costing nlwnl $11,000.
I regret to chronicle the death ol C D.
Greer, one of. our most worth v citizens.
He lived in the lower partof this district.
and died last Tuesday evening, of pneu
monia, and was interred Thursday ot the
burying grounds near James Kalph's.
bcveral Irom tordsville and vicinity
contemplate attending the Hartford Fair.
May it be, a success, is the wish ol
We guess our yoing friend Geo. C.
Wedding, is going to quit the law and
start out with a ministrel troupe soon, ns
he bought the tent last Monday, former
ly owned by Sam Smith's negro ranlstrel
troupe, Geo., will make a handsome
-Pigs; ibv Sale, hy Ll.e
I G uaraiiteo Satisfaction on Examination to fill .Purchasers. Price List
fc'entl'ree on Application- .Address
P. B. BRYANTi Lexington, Ky.
For the Ieast MoaMjy ? Then go at once
AND CALL ON THE-
Tliey are jusi
MEN DEL &
WIIEKETIIEY PUKCIIASKD A FULL STOL'K OP
iy Gflis, mm. mn m m, im m mi cur
Which tliey arc now receiving nml H-IIing at prices a. low ns can lie found in
only ask n trial to convince you that tliey mean just what tliey say.
iL IE Jit
BAE.R BRO'S & COVS
ai DRUM PHI?
mm. ua m
Assignee's Sale in Bankruptcy
Ai anicnee of W. Vf. Auillo. bankrnct. I
will offer for rale at tmblic auction to the
higheit bidder on" Monday, tho lSlh day of
noicmotr, io, mat Doing ua brat day or
mo unio uircuu uonri. at tho front door ofths
court home, in nrtforJ. Kentucky, the fol
lowing property, surrendered ai aiseta briald
Ftril, The brick atoro houao aituated on
Market itreet, In Hartford, Kentucky, the
aame now occupied by K. T. Williame, aold
'Object to a raorleairo on aatil bouss anil lot In
fvor of Waibington Thlppa.
ncconu, ina lot or ground uougnt by (aid
bankrupt of Caleb Crow, on which ia tho ta
blo formerly connoeUd with the t'row House.
wnn an ibo nxturea attached.
The (alo will bo on a credit of air mnnthi.
Bond with eood aecnrltr will be rrnnlri.il of
me pnrcnaaer, bearing Interest rrom date. A
lien will be retained on tho property aa addi
A. B. BAinn.
41-3t Aaaicnee of W Vf. Auatln. llanVrunt.
.MISSES ANNIE COOK&INEZ BALT2ELL
ltare opened a nut-dan.
Beaver Dam, Kentucky,
JUDGE ED. COOPER
They will execute all kiudi of work In In
line on abort notice. Call and aee them, fur
they will treat you rlfiht. Their tenia are
Tcry reaaonabte. v3n40 6m
3H. rr ID
Imported 1 rizo Jrlogs
and Sir Archie.
firoBQi the S3as4tera ISEarkeis,
OF EVERY DESCUIPTION FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR.
UlS'lMSM B9 ,ATm-lTKS
They have a large nnd varied Stock
est fashions, just from the Eastern market where- thev nurchaetl for cah exclus
.i . ii i i .i i . . ... .
lveiy, ai 1110 very iowcsi jinco aim uiey are determined to Fell tlieni the fame.
Their prices are as lew for the same classes of goods, as can boound anywhere.
Thoir Mammoth Stock consists of a fine line of Ladies and Misses Shoes, Gen-
tlcmens hue ISoots, lieavy inter Uoot,
assortment ot Ulothing ot every kind, Uverercoats in every Style.
Dress goods to suit the most fastidious tastes. Alpacas, Cashmeres,
staple ami tancv goods m abundance. jNotions and white troods in
endless varieties. Furs to protect the fair
badies Hats, iiew-iind nonoy, a large lot. ot
iets, Mens Hats, Caps, and 131ankets.
PUR STOCK OF GLOVES AND HOSIERY
is complete. TrunVrs and. Valises, Quccnswaro, Glassware, Cutlery, and manv
articles too tedious to enumerate. Call
and we can lurmsii it
"We only ask a trial and wo will provo
goods whether you purchase or not.
Stand, iiurttord, Ivy. 1
Thoroughly Cures Diiea.au of the Skin,
BcautlBea the Complexion. Prerente and rcmo
diea Rheumatiam and 'U out. If call Sores and
Abrasion! of the Cuticle and Counteracts Con
tagion. SOLI) BY ALL DUUOOISTS.
PniCES 25 Ccnta per Cako ; Box ( 3 Cakca)
N. B. Sent by mail. Prepaid, an receipt of
price. j. a. tniiiAavju, 1'rop r, ;in
i Avenue, N. Y.
For-Burna and Rr!iM. Ttili.
jf Insecta, Pniaon by Iry , Froien
" log, lore anu wcaK eyea, uons.uar
bunclea. Felona and Styea, Soro Nipplea,
Broken Brcaata.Krysipolaa, and Bleeding Pilea.
Bleeding of the Lunga, Utcrlno Hemorrhage
and inflammations and Ulcerations peculiar to
femalea la SANronn's Extract or Witch Ha
ul. Aak for it, because it ia better, atronger
and cheaper than any other, and ia warranted
by Weeka A Potter, Wholeiale Druggiata, 360
Washington St., Boston, Maaa. nlO-lw
FOB PAKTICULAr.S ADDRESS
Wilson Sowinn; Machine Co
829 nroniltrny. XewYork City:
Cltlrngo, 111.. .Vw Orlrnnn Iji.i
4 'ranclsico, ftnl.
38. 3E3 US 33 313
-OLI) KKLIAIILK FIRM OF
anv retaii houe in Kenttu-kv.
" " v
of Goods of the Latest Stvles nml now
Wens bhocs, coarse .aud fine. 'A full
GOODS A SPECIALTY.
ones from the chilling winds of wiutcr
jeans and i.inscys, a nice lot of Car
for anything you want in our line of
our ndvertisenient true. Call and see
Remember the place, J. W. Lewis' old
'S & CO.
Thoso wisbins Relief and Cure for Rcftdkk
should eonsolt Dr. J. A. bUEHMAN, 2ii
Broadway, New York.
Send 10el.. for hia new book, with Photo
graphic likenesses of bad eases before and after
cure, uewarootcneats who pretend tofurnlab
Dr. Sherman' treatment.
One or these rellowe, a german clerk, now
calling himself Dr. W. O.Crempien, la indict
ed on complaint of Dr. S. and awaits trial f..r
lorgory ana ombeiilement. nlO iw.
A (trfiin and sore Cnri
Uarge Keduction In Prices. A trial bottle free
Mri. J. A. Drollixgkr. LaPorte, Indiana.
Boxl03S. (Formerly Mrs Dr. S. B. Collins.)
atarlllnnt i n.
gana.12 atopa ii PUnos only $130. cost S630.
Cir. Free, Daniel F. Beatty, Waahington, SJ.
R ! I t - . eT0l,re"- IHustrAlcd Price
Wort,, Plttaburg, Pa. n-JO-Jw.
H PIT FI l UsrTet f Agents. We send
I T Ml .11 irMonr 0 page illustrated
U U LIU Jewelry and Watch eatalogue,wilh
instruetions how to make money. Address
ill. CROXEGII & Phil,., P.., 0r
ilnaukee, Wis. n!0-4w.
nml Maiinrnrliirlni; Kslnbllitb.
menls in LouNvlllr.
rp H fltlTfJIEll .1
JL . i: jii .t c,., oi
CO. in eetor to R.
lerj In Iron. Stttl.
111. ln.rT h-j. acrilf. nu. holla
thlinl.li: rlclni and .rin. 30 Vf. Main St.
AiTcl'I.UMI, HAV CO.
i-'X Whittale dealer fa Boot and Sho,
Koternjui.t mtuin midr. Xo, 271 and 273
.Mnluttrert. Iistvrrrn 7 and t. Orderi lulielled.
ZAIIJI & KANKIN,
.Manuracturrrt of Hay, Cval, Slitk
1'Utf. rm nnd ruuntrr icalr,, Urj and iron
l.e.iin. Also truck, ilore aod wagon ikidt,
ic. 3S3 wct Main tlrtet.
. Millwright and mill furnisher; alt
kind i.l uineliiaery j porUbto eiht and 'aw
m. Is, feo-l mills, telllor, Ac. A variety vfee
vnd hand in.nct.in-ry. 427 weal Main itreet
V7 J. If. AnJISTItON'U "Tower
l'al.j. i cn an.l Ij-.ji elisie Clothing, (Tj
ler HUek) Sot. 1M sml IPS W. Jeferi..ii St.
W SCOtT 1 LORE,
. Uoi.kjolltr iijil. 8Utirr. (enrr;il
Ariiii Kjt. Ch titrib tiJU.Tu.'mwlnr
JuneJUth. ricken it. I.jIt.h .. qimi.,.
ti ll). .Sn l.for ijrcl.r. . .
7 'UKVS.NftEll .1 Bno. .
' JI jnafclirrt mad 4 iUf.m a-n.
"e. t liU ry u4 Jlirr.irt;lii fnpi-'.
Oil-elu:hio.;.riiirfw ShJt. A'o. 9 i.tt e.1
IWil Market tilrtel.
POOL A SOS,
, luijicrlrri anJ Dealera !n Imli Mr.
Me, aatl Heuicb llrinite Minmnt. Ct Vf. Jtt
fer.in St. SibJI J an4 Wrk ibopj at Cjrrara,
JAS. F. WHITE.
AVboInaU anJ nlall dealer In Foreiitn
an.t Domntie Ury Uoob, IOt Market Street,
bet. 3rl an-t 4ib, LnnitrilU. Ky.
The Achromatic Pebble Auetacle.-f ftefen
tiiieally aJju.tei by br. Eull .Mneere will Jo
il: Semi for juiophlet which will Itllna bow
lu get relief. I2H iUln St.
BOSlfELL'S II EATER anil COOKER.
A great taTcr uf Tuel anJ and a family
euiirenienee, Wbtn tri.J, iu uenU are ae
kuuKleJctt. It r.latiiiiie euukiar and
beating in Boium. A. K. Sarpard, 81 fuuh
M. SrU'l lur cireubr.
XJ Makes the treatment .f the Eye.Thrnal
E...I ar . .peci.lt,: OJic. -S3 w. H.USi
r ji.j.ixesa o..
i l , V,,"?i."i,,,, M"cbanU, whl,ale
'iMlera in 1'roeuion., Prolaee, Hay, floor and
Ky. No-IC4W-M-i- Mreel.L.al,TiIle,
-;KIX80.V KIT IC.VITl RET MF C CO.
i-s .Manufacturer . fl,t ,ic Kur
nitiire, Mitrecrf, Is..UinK Chair. U3!e.r
ml U reru..m,Siib.S.n,bttwtn MainauJ
lT N. UAYI.K.--.
t f The F.hion..b!eKuriiiber and Uan-
V ... . ' - s-hirt.. .Vo.7?4thSt..
I.oi.i,ri:i,.. Ilmdnartrra f-r White Vc.f.
li.Hids sent unapprural.
tlroeera and Pn.vt.I..n .l.nt-. v..
West Market Sc., beiwttc Sicond and Third!
T T. OATIIRIOIIT A CO.,
t :6t Main SU between "th and 8lh,
-u...riC minuiKclurera or 4.II-, Ilarnea
Odlaisanl l!athrshi'j pair..! FaddU-s and
Harness. Catalogue rol lit .Imlcra unl..
, l-aria .Millinery House, So'i. 118 and
. ?0U Arenue,end B..nnels, Hats, Brl
iljil rila and Wreaths. Mnnrning Bonnets an
Veils, Ac C. O.T. oiiaj-pmnl. j.ndfvrcir
pprural. S.nd for eir
.VO. IUl Folirlh Ar-. nrxr
.-..uuucnirr ni ttinft, I aI.t, Butlune
riird.Ae., and d.r in Zephyr, Caneaa, aud
Fancy IUL. Extra ilircxiuni 1.. inrrrhanu
II - r- r .. . F
nAltlll.VSON A (UTHIillSUT.
Mnni'actiirtr ta'tMr harnea.. e-il-
ura ar.. .I.ll,ry hardware. Hcwqiiarlerr
fr l.a'hri ;!it patrnt Vorn aidesa.ldU an.?
nines :..!., ic, zttT 11 in St., Ut. "lb, au
MATIlll:?, Twr Pa'acf Carpel
"Use. UU Unl Mlrt h.1 J .n.l ih
r ii.ui c.rj.r, n.nse in ice wurl.l. Ltrgest and
rhraprst lik of g-inl..
It VAN A UU :! n.l S.i.I Iv
alber, She and fn.rit-n.l. I. t i.n
i-r'oil Xu.3U TV t Mam Str-tt. Country
'idira promptly alim-l-d to.
TADM C. J. OLIVER. Imp..ner and
aTJ. dr.Irr iu lace.-, rmbn.iJrriee, glvra, Ac
V.cd.m- tronwejua an.l m..nriiin- rfoU a
IwxUltr. lr. nd et.ak i:iakms tu order.
JiK.(l. K I It K Kit fc.illwrlhl,l.uilda an.l
lurui-he u II- and u I) uae.1in.ry. En
Sine, rhufiinfs pullir f.clj cforni.
orlbwot corner of tilth 3-jil Min .Stttrta.
TTENDALfS SPAVIX UUBE.
J. V. llcutes spann-. ai.r-n . r.llm.
ua remotes the bunch wilhnul Minlcr'np
bend ror&elreutartoJ. W.AlurHti a iv v.
15, Main SL, Loulanlle, Ky. wholesale and
Solid Cwlu S.Ieer Tea fpo .ns. S8 niri
Sent to any address C. 0. D , subject to exam
ination before paying. Send f..r Illustrated
catalogue Si rerwaro and fl.eL,. Su .u...
Sent free. OTIS TV. SNYDER, Jeweler, loo
Fourth Aienqe ; Louisellle, Ky.
TT UUIIKS T0.Nli
A A A speedy, safe and reliable remedy for
m RATER TDAJ QUININE.
Pair, $1 ret lorrtB. Pskpaiid ir
R; A. ROBINSON t CO., Druggists.
Sold by Drngglsts and Merehanta jenerally,
rUKACtIA JlCHOLTZ. Whole.ale fMer
T grocers, conrectionera and frnitertrs 85
W. Marketer. Anew firm established after
..iOTn.iuiurmi oi j. a. IVuraeh from
VT7"M. ROABEUT A CO , wholeaale grocers
TT ComtqissioD oerebants. Rectifiers and
dealers In dumeatie wine, liquors, tobacco and
cigarr, iio.ou it 3i am si.
PEllHY A CO.buccessursto Janny A Perry,
Mfra' agents and dealers in rubber goods,
eroquer, ebifdrena' earriagrs, toys and fancy
goods. Reniored to 122, 4ih St. near Jefferson
BF. PITCH'S NEW Store. No's. 179 aad
, 173 Fourth Arenas. Ladies' furnishing
foods, silks and faney dress roods, fan. n..
OUII. UU1UIIII.J .IU .u.c, AO.
i. i vii i i :
KENDKICK X SON. 110
renue. Dealers in Watehu pi.l.
rii.mnM.i. r..... ci t . . . ' .
A., t . .k. .: oZ7 , . "
Hon to orders.
w . ... . tiuii, ooeeisi air.n
tlllLTON. UUTURIB A CO
Vjttt of Trnnks, Valises, Trarellngbags and
Horse eollais. Solo right to use V. A- O'a P.r
Tray Hinge and Spring. 1SS West Main St.
OHN P. MOI.TO.V A CO. .Booksellers,
Slaliontrs. printers and binders. mnW.
book manufacturers, Louisville, Ky. All or
ders carefully and promptly filled at lowest
CROOKED boots and shoes can baslralght
enad as good aa new, and new boots can
be kept straight, by using the Melalio Heel-
stinener, wnlcn may be applied by any one.
The uie of them cures the habit of tunning
orer the boot or shoe at the heel. Worn by
men, women and children. Priee. per
gross, III pal a, $15. Sample doten pairs as
sorted, by mail, $1 SO, .Sample pairs by mail
25 ets, Address orders to INOALLS A CO..
uanulutnrers and dealers Is Boots and Shoe
27S West Main SL Louiarille. Ky.
MAY. SHERRILL A CO.
Wholesale dealers in books and sta
tionery ; blank books a specialty. Job and drug
label printers. No. 282 W. Main street. Spe
cial inducements to easi buyers.
LEWIS. UAOK A CO. Dealers in field and
garden seeds, farming implements, Arery
plows, Brinley plows. Sole agents for the
celebrated Stndcbaker wagon and Oliver
m II. MOIlLEDQE.-
-92 Hal it. dealer
1 .in and shipper of 0 Titers and Fi.l..
Poultry and game eensigaed to ma will ware
tbo aijrbesl market price. All money prompt
ENHRAVED WKDDISa INVITATIONS,
BONDS AC. Send for srices to Lonl.Till.
Steam Lithographing Co.
COPPER LIGHTNING RODS,
niG SPKI.G. Ky.
All work trarrantrJ fle Tears.
L. MBsDEUe CO'S
(CoirdoJ .Ith people day an I night.)
Thej- hrive the largest STOCK In the
0ren. Siver Coutitr -
' "JJ l-'f,"La'il their lur'i,
F!i- 'STOCK OF GOODS.
Tlic general talk is that, they- are
than' any oth;r More In the whole
country, nnd lo lie convinced that
this U true, voir only have to
T R IT HEM
W. L. HAWKINS. ! Phikcu-ai,
Mim PKUDIBBAIRD. . -. . Aisistaxt.
First se-sion of See months eemmaaee
Monday, September, 3, 1877.
Primary eVparliaent ..... .... tS.il
Inleimcdiata ............. $11.10
Hither branekes ....... .... Sll'.so
One fuurth nf the tuitian fro dee at Wjina
ning. Onr-luurth at ul Idlr wf aesaion. The
et at end rseli.l. P.tn.ug an-'Uilvd'
Physician and Suieon,
Tender In pmlr-ionnl aerricefl to tLar
pvle r.f UuckNirt nml Ticiuity.
THE EH.1 HEM!
W A K. .
Tor this Cuinprchrnylir. ?oprl.ly IUu
Irated Hiatory of tho pre.rnt mumentoa
"rugglo In the Kl. lr, aerarafa X'aps,
Plans ant" many rlejant Kngraeiagi s:e a
special feature. It lre Grrpif Uislury of
aeh Coaiiuy. will. Tit..iia n.l DeerlptUa
-kelchca of lha piimilira uannerr. Btetar-
e-que eusioma an.l (meatie Ills ol tl
ICfiant Describe lha
DK EA IlFUL M ASArjJK OP CII RISTIA X8
in Bulgaria: the Frigh-lol Torki.h ArleeiM'tj
iauthrr plare- ; Ike upriiag of the saanee
in Herir-guTiua. 1- gie theStirrioj Bat
tle.andTbrillir.it Ioei.lefct f lha war. aad
is Ihe mot lafriu.nny and exciting wrk ef
:he ape. Agents are sure fcfprnu.pt and
rodyajlea. Prurfeeia Books now re.Wy-
Aljf Agrols wabirj unour OrJud ''eaiki
nation Proictu r.prc.niii.g
150 Distinct BOOKS
..f Unirersal Intrrrat. It includea Agrieel
rural. I;i.?r3 hie.l. Illfioriral, Religiooa aad
M'scrlUnewu W..rk witb Sis-, Tille aad l)e
aerlprina of each Jok. feeiuien aad
.- eirnen I!litlraina. Sale, md Iraaa
Ibis l'ru.nus when all aikgle Buk- (ail.
Alau on our
!INE FAMILY BIBLE?
i English and Gerni:n,u
PKOTESTAST AND CATHOLIC, .
Wi!h Iuialuable Il!utraud Aid and 5apesV
liii.dinj;. Nearly ICO a'jlr. Supeiier l
all uibrrs arid iadisi.ible Iu na y Y3Ltly
Ad I re. -
JOIIXK POTTFSA CO..
For Scrofoja, aad all
acrofuloas diseases, Smi
pelas, Rose, or St. As So
ny's Fire, Eruptions, and
Eruptiye diseases of the
atin, Ulcerations oi tke
Lirer, Stosiach, KidaeTS,
Longs, Pimples, Pustules,
Boils, Blokkes, Tuaoa.
Tetter, Salt S&ensa, Scald
Head. RkewefB. Ulcers.
Sores, RhUmatum, Xearalria, Pain ia
the Bones, Side and Head; Female
Weakness, Sterility, Lencorx&cea, arista;
from internal ulceration, and Uterine
disease. Syphilitic and Mercurial dis
eases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Emaciation,
General Debility, and for Purifyiag the
This Sarsaparilla ia a ecabiaation of
Tegetable alteratives StilliBgia, Maa
drsJce, Yellow Dock witk the Iodides
of Potajsium and Iron, and is the mott
efEcacioua aedicine yet kaowB for
the diseases it is intended to cure.
Its ingredients are so skilfully com
bined, that the full alteradre e&eeLal
each is assarad, aad vhile it k sa suld
as to be hamless evea to ddldrasT it Is
still so effeeteal as to purge out from ths
systeia those imparities aad corruptieaYS
which derelop intoloatheoae disease.
The reptjtataws it eajoys is derired
froB ks cures,-aad tke eon&desee wbieh
promineBt physkkas all otoc tsM.oesVr
try repose in it,proTe their experieaee
01 its usefulness.
Certificates attesting its tktees hara
accumulated, aad are cGastsaUy besag
received, aad as many of these cases are
publicly known, they furnish ceaviaciag
evidence of the superiority of this Sar
saparilla over every oiuer altera tiro
medicine. So geaerally is its superi
ority to any other medicine kaowa, that
we need do no more than to assure, the.
public that the best qualities it hik ever
possessed are strictly maintaiaed.
Dr. J. C. AYElT&Co!, 'Lowell, Mas.,
Imctteal md Anmlwticmt CUtnitU.
sold bt jlu. axuoaisza aTMiwauajs-
J. W. Ford, agent, Hartford. Ky.
Mara know Tfey elf.
Dr. B. Foote's great medical work.
Common Sense" or. "Plain Home Talk
one of the bent medical works, erer pub
lished. Regular publisher s price
For sale by W. H. Griffin, at the Drag
store, for the small sua of 2.50,
8ea?We will send the Saturday Evening
Post and Hartford HkiuLn, for one: year,
on receipt of $2 85. . To those who are
already subscribers to the IIkzals.ws will
send the Poston receipt of $1 50. Address,
Joux P. Baikett,
Editor HtSAU). Uartfonl, -Kv.