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UIF.lt I FFM KALE OF LAND rot TAXES. By virtue of Tnxes duo the Sheriff of Ohio county. Kentucky, for tlieyenr 18i 7, 1 or one of my deputies will, on Monday, Cth day of January, 1879, at ihe Gnirt House door, in Ilnrtfnrd, K, offer for salo tlio following lots and tracts of Inml lying in Ohio county. Kentucky, on which taxes nrc due nml unpaid. Terms of Sale Cn-ih in hand. The purchaser rs entitled to 30 per cent, interest on his money, and deed to the land if not redeemed in two years. The amount of taxes due as set outm each list includes levy, cost of advertising and commission for selling. which increases tho amount consider ably. Dmnrcr nchbik oxb Allen, Henry M, administra'r of IT Allen 75 acres $10 32 Autre, John W 70 acres C SO Burden, John M CO acres 6 24 Brntclicr, Mary So acres G 51 Itratcher, Wesley II 51 acres 1 70 Bratchf r, Wm E 90 acrss Camp, James R 25 acres Exell. John J 35 acres Eztll, A lt-town lot 1 Kiiykciulol!, Martha 1-15 arm Kiykcrdall, Angcline 50 acres Millw, Wm 10 acres Monroe, I.vJia S 75 acres Haley, Mury A 25 acres Iicdmon, Jolin R 50 at res Sinclair, James B 136 acres Shroailer, George A. 100 acres Sage, Nancy M 3 acres Thomas, Dixon II 50 acres Thomas, Sarah A. 128 acres 5 80 5 34 4 55 5 55 2 60 1 -10 3 75 o 25 4 70 6 77 5 20 2 06 7 51 3 G5 Thomas, Henry agent (or Crocket 125 acres 2 75 Warnell, Sally 31 34 acres 2 0G MSTCICT XO. TWO. Brown, Marietta 72 acres 3 12 Coleman. W D ag'l Hadrn 81 acres 2 37 Carter, Fririee W 55 acres - G 03 Davrnport, Martha, 75 acres 4 15 Davis, John, town lot, 1 4 71 Davis, Loui-a E, town lot, 1 2 06 Fulkerson. John S G, 80 acres. S 15 Same, ng't John Fulkerson, 40 acres 2 37 Hunt, Joe. II, 75 acres & town lot 5 92 MadJox, John. 113.acrcs G 20 Robertson, Thilip R, 150 acres 8 15 Ward, Teter, 4 acres 4 35 DISTRICT TIIRBE. Bishop, Elizabeth. 50 acres 2 06 Brown, Allen, town lot 1 5 77 Dexter, Bettie, 106 acres G 72 Davis, Robert M, town lot 1 5 55 Demsey'Wm P, 27 acres 4 41, Fulkerson, J no C & C W, 245 a 13 40 IXcMi.lon, IJiram, 42 acres 5 71 Itowe. Garner. 120 acres 4 44 Scott, Mary. 5 acres 2 06 Sbnlir. Z W.adm. McConnell 4 45 Westcrfield, Gal end C. 5 acres 4 00 Warden, Wm, agt. Beeler & Davis 2S0 acres 4 44 DleTMCT 50. rOVL Boon, Mary L. G84 acres 13 15 Chapman, Eliza, 120 acres 3 50 Carey Jno R, 170 acres 1 40 French, Ann, 80 acres 5 45 Johnson, Thomas, 35 acres 3 95 Hay, Joseph, 150 acres 7 46 Williams, Ed, 76 acres 6 72 DI9TIIICT MO. FIT1. Earlr, Rachel, 177 acres 4 GO Ileudrix, Samuel R.50 acres 5 39 Murphy Elisha, 200 ac, 1877 & 78 7 10 Uoxley, Reuben, 121 acres 9 1G Niclio.ds. Robert. 160 acres 8 15 Taylor, Alexander. 29 acres 1 95 Roberts, Loucrelia, 10G acres 3 16 DISTRICT SO. BIX. Carter, Jno D, 94 acres 8 38 Ellit, Spootswood, SO acres 3 1G Haynes, Charles L. 27 acres 2 94 Kelly. Ben R, 100 acres 8 82 Maddox Isaac E. 16 acres 1 72 Payne, Charles H, 50 acres 5 44 Rhodes, Uilery, 00 acres 5 54 Smith, Lee, 40 acres G 25 Ralston, Sam C, 137 ac. 1877 & '78 13 80 DISTRICT NO. SEVXX. Barnett, E R, adm 302 acres IS 47 Torrenct, John M, town lot 1 Same and Company 8 4S DISTRICT NO. SICUT. Arbuckle, Logan, adm. Duval! 231 10 33 Atcbertou, John. 100 acres 3 96 Arbuckle. X F, 200 acres 6 15 Cooper, Margaret E, 2 acres 2 12 D&ugherty. John F. 75 acres G 03 Uodccs. Asa W, 100 acres 10 92 Hodfes, R S, guar. Smith 33 acres 2 37 llocker. W W, 100 acres 7 46 Hoover, Bazil. 100 acres 5 39 James, W L, 140 acres G 03 Jones, James II, 50 acres 7 09 Jornagan, James A, 111 acres G 51 Leach, John W, 34 acres 4 89 Lucas, John L, 10 acres 4 G5 Miller,.James F, adm Basbrs 110 a 3 07 Maddor,' Wm L, 100 acres 6 G5 McCoy, James P. townotj 6 51 Pool, Elizabeth M, 1 acres 1 30 Potts, Wm II. 1 town lot 7 09 Rogers, Delila A, 100 acres 3 07 Wilson, Caroline C, 50 acres 4 76 Watts," PlesentC, 41 acrts 5 34 Young;, Wm, 30 acres 2 05 DISTRICT XO. SINS. Austin, Andrew J, 20 acres 7 46 Becker, L R, town lot. 1 5 71 Cooper, Wm S, GOO acres 13 40 Chinn, Mary, 85 acres 4 76 Duke, Jane, 154 acres 6 30 Duke, John D, adm. .95 acres 5 13 Likens, Maria A, 250 acres 3 75 Martin, Lewis, 124 acres 3 75 Murphy. James A, agent 6 52 Westbrooks, John W, 76 acres 6 52 district xo. tin. Crow, Mary, 144 acres 6 88 Crawford, Granevil, 100 acres 8 15 Filzhugb, R N, 300 acres 9 48 Harrison. Judah A, ltftwo lot 3 05 Hohammer, EIi,T, 62 acres 145 Rogers, ;Efiiabetb, 80 acres 2 75 Shook. 40 acres 6 85 DISTRICT 3(0. ZLETIX. Ford. Wm W. 233 acres 12 28 Greer, James D, 125 acres 9 25 Moseley, Robert B100 acres 7 25 Rhodes, Henry C, 42 acres" 5 14 Sharp, Isaac, 55 acre 5 92 .Smith. George. W.,20 acres 4 60 Tailor, Wm V,2 ttn " C 01) COLORED LIST FOR 1877. XO. ONS. Logan, James, 50 acres $ 6 so TWO. Shultz, Henry, 107 acres 7 NO SKVKX. Barnes, Wm, 15 acres 6 Smith, Thomas, 37 acres 6 Weir. lU.-liel. 30 ac 1877 i 73 4 I docker, George 33 acres xo. NISt. Berry, Jo, 1 town lot 5 Baird, John, I town lot 7 IJson, Sally, 12 acres 1877 A '7S 3 Rucker, Richard. 1 town lot 5 LAND 8A1.B FOR 1S78 NON-RtSlIlKNTS Bonner Dully, 20J acres 5 Butler, John 100 acres 9 Dorring, L'ciirv iJ'JS-J acres S Duke, Washington 5GI acres 8 Davis, James II . 2 acres 2 French, D. II 1 town lot 2 Kimlilcy. Mrs Ann 75 acres 4 Lawtoti. C. J., agent (or Fans! g,130, 4 Xral, George V. I town lot 1 Rowe, Martin II. 1 acre 1 Russel. X, M 2 town lots 1 Rapier. W. L CS4 acres 12 Shacklett Si Bro. 1 avrs 3 Tcwey, J R. 100 acres 2 Vanmeler, W S .1 J. C. IBS acres 6 Whalcit, M. E SO acres 4 II b'TI.KItt'Ol'.YrY. From our ltcsnlur Corrcapondcut MonoANTowy, Ky., ) December 1, 1878. J Editor Herald. Wm. A. Helm, our School Com mis"ioner, and Miss Belle Morchead, of Little Muddy neighborhood, were united in the lunula of wedlock' on the 27 of November, Kev. AV. J. I'inly officiating. We wish them a long and happy life. Distinguished attorneys were pres ent ;U our court, and the law minimis tered in spirit, not in letter. Some of our good citizens victimized by tramps, fine varnishers, Ac. In tho case of the Commonwealth vs. Benjamin Merrilt, for killing Wiley Mclvec, the verdict of the jury is con finement at hard labor in the State Prison for the term of t wenty-ono years. Tho two very startling verdicts have made a very profound impression up on tli 2 rising generation of man-killers in our county. A young man re marked in my presence recently that he had indulged tho laudable ambition of killing somebody on one of tlicc cold, cloudy, chilly eveuings, just by way of diversifying amusements; but, since the finding of these verdicts, he had changed his programme thought he should return to Texas, where he could indulge more freely at less risk of being punished. Judge Bowling in his charge to the Grand Jury dwelt with special em phasis upon the sacredness' of human life, he said, there "was once n time in the history of the grand old Com monwealth when the shedding of a fel low man's blood would shock whole communities, when neighbor would speak to neighbor of such a cue in measured tones and bated breath, when little boys would gather nround their mother's knee with trembling limbs at the bare recital ot such deed; but, from some cause or other, wchave lost sight of that doctrine inculcated by Moses, that man bore tho impress of his Maker, and, for that reason, at least, his life should be regarded as very sacred." Now, all this was very new to me. I have lived in this world nearly 20 years, and I have seen a gisod ileal of its out side, and I fiavo heard great D. D's preach, but I never had any thing to make such an impression on my feelings as that old white headed judge, standing as straight as a Modoc, and talking in tones nnd accents which carried cunviplinn with every sentence. The additional arguments of thce ver dicts have convicted me. I am no long er a seeker of blood I think I would suffer much rather than lie even acces sory to the shedding of man' blood. I have new ideas of human life, and I hope I will never be culled upon even as a juror to settle a case of mur der. C. M. Th total iloht of thfi TTnitwl SlntoY less cash in the treasury, on November 30, 1878, was S'2.027.4 14,325. nn in crease of 83,214,242 since October 31, and a decrease of $8,372,50(3 since June 30.1G78. Business men will not forget that we have every facility for doing nil descriptions of plain and colored job work at the lowest bottom prices. THE MODEL PRES U t nmplrtt. mtest ruiiu'.ff. faitttt cninazt ptrfett prtst n rr iKvniea, ana puaranirra to w Tliorousgiily Reliable Ann Mart Utti can manaae it. and do hiairm of dollarl ucrtkef irarl a I rtir. tattt Mnntunm au wtr printing otiis. irtsui at iov at S3. For butttrss printing, S10 to SS5. Kctarg foot pourr, 3100 to ftGO. Ootr 0,000 nte In use, end a Prize Medal awarded at tit tarlt Exposition. The Leadinit Prcaw of lUc World. A Kanitemrln illustrated 134 pant foot, tntittnl HOW TO PRIST and copy oftht PRINTER'S 6 UWE, tcitk flit particulars, mailed for JO ttnti. AiUrctl J. W. DAUGHADAY A CO., IntrnUri ana Kan'frt. Ho. 721 Ouitat St., nilaUlf!ua;Pa, THE WELLS TEA COMPANY ImporUn of Pure rhinsi and Japan Tf'AS, Suppltet Tent to Storeleepert, In original pickaxes, t lowet import price. SuppU Teat to Drncjitl), General Dtnlert and oUrr. packed in 'handsome lealel iiackagoiuf one pcunu eacn, in emitters oi tDeume ca pacity, and in i tbt., 10 Ibf. and 20 Ibi. boxe. Supply Tent to WJeirin bait pound and one pound baji, plain or printed, nt a more liberal dUeoon' than ia given elicwhere. Stpplj Teat for Club Oidtti. and allotr a larger eommitaion than naaal, and in all earei guarantra tbe quality of their good. Tie Welle Tea Company It ona of tbe largest and molt reliable boutca in tbe trade, and all partita requiring Ten ahould (end for a elrcu The Wells Tea Co., Fulton Street, P. O. BOX 4U0. NKW YUKK. -5t Model Till" rut rTr'Tit 'Tort Inml" Plafforui Sprltis- VTnc on. averv tIUli, strouc hiiI romfbrtab wajrou for fnriu ens' u ie. Capacity forowotolx peraoDH. Jnat tko thlax for comfort at Miuall expentte. Homl lor f'ntalotruo. XXexscrott. 3Tlold Os Go., Horn Agents, LUU18TILLX, XT. AboTP rnt Miown ilia Axlp of the "JAC'KSON" Farm Vk on.wHL thi Trnn orRtrrnclh cniuRTod nttnchnient. With thin rod each Axle in more tlinn dnnbled In troB;tb. iirt a JncltKtm irscou and yon will sever be troubled with break Been' Frlccsi. inclndins aprlnr; sent and patent brake: 3-4 In - - 972 50 3 in 75 M S 1-4 la - 78 OO S 1-2 In 85 OO SeTQett,! aldd) Co.. to JlaeDta. LOUI8YILLX. XT. TO K BDYEItS AND DEALERS IN school mmm. OU WILL FIND A COM PLETE STOCK OP School Hool&s AND S TJ 3P JF L I JE3 S . SUCH AS INK, SLATES, CHALK, TENS, PENCILS, CAP PAPERS. &C, AT wis I J Succeiaors to L. Lumpkin, Owensboro, Ky., and at the Try lowrt prices. Orders from the trade oltcited. Inducements ntTrred on Wall Paper and Window Shades. Scad ui a trial order. n36 THE HERALD AND THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAL One year for i2 75. T-rn Papiri for little in rr than Ihe price of one. Send ui $2.75, and e iie your horns paper and the Courier- Journal, the beat, wit ient, brightest and ablest Faaail; Weekly in the tsantrT. al-tf HE SUN for 1879. Tbe Sun will be printed ererj d y dur ing the year to come. It's purpose and meth od will be tho same as in the pat: To present all tho news in n readable shape, and to tell ths truth though the heavens fall. The Sun has been, is, and will continue to be independent of everybody and everything saro the Truth and its own convictions ot duty. That la the only policy which an honest newspaper need have. That is the policy which ba won for this newspaper the confidence and friendship of a wider constituency than was ever enjoyed by any other American Journal. Ibo un is Ihe newspspcr for the people. It is not for the rich man against the pour man, or for the poor mai aicainst tbe rich man, but it seek to do equal justico to all interests in tho community, fi is nut tbe urjt.n of any person, cla. si-ct or party, t litre i.eej br no mystiry about its lovrs and hales. It, is for the honest man against the rogues every time. It ia fur the honest Demo crat as ngutn t the lishonest Itcpublican, and for Ihe honest Itcpublican us against the dishonest Democrat It does not take ita cue Iroiu tbe utterances of any politician or polit icil organisation. It gives it snpport un rrtervcJIy when men or ini-.nures are In agree ment with ths Constitution and with tbe principles npon which this Hepublic was fouuded for the people. Whenever the Constitution and constisuliunil principles are violated as in tbe outrageeus conspiracy of 1876, bv winch a man not elected was placed in tho President's office, where he still rr iuan it speaks out for 'be right. That is The Son's Ma of independence. In this ra-rp-ct thcro will be nocbange in its programme for 17.. The Sun has fairly earned the hatred of rascals, fiauds, and humbug of all sorts and sites. It bope to deserte that hatred not les in the year 1679. than in IS78. 1877, or any year gone by. Tbe .Vun will contlnuo to shine on the wicked with unmitigated bright ness While the lesions of the past should be constantly kept bcioro tbe proplr, The Sun does not propote to maka ittelf in I87S a magatine of ancient history It is printed for the men and women of to day, whose concern is chiefly with the alTtlr of to-day. It has both tbe disposition and the ability to afford its readers Ibo promptest, fullest, and most accurate intelligence of whatever In the wide wur d Is worth attention. To this end the resources belonging to mil-established properity will be llDcrally employed. The present disjointed condition of parties in this country, end the nnertainty of the future, lend nil extraordinary significance to tbe events of tbe coming year. Ihe discus sion of tho press, Ibo debates and acts of congress, and the movements of Uie leaders In every section of the Mcpublio will bare a direact bearing on tho Presidential election of I8S0 an event whish must be regarded with the most anxious Interest by every patriotic American, whatever his poHticat ideas or allegiance. To these elements of interest may be added the probability that the Peruo crats will control both houes uf Congress, the increasing- fecbl. nets of Ibo fraudulent Administration, and the spread and strength ening everywhere of n healtht abhorenre ef fraud In any form. To present with accuracy and clearness tbe tuct situation in each of its varying phases, and t expound, aceoiding lo its well-known methods, the principles that should guide us through tbe labyrinth, will be an important part of The Suu's work for 1879. We have tbe means of makieg The -'an, as si political, a literary nnd a general newspaper more entertaining and more useful than ever before. ; and we mean to apply them freely. Our rttes of subscription remain unchanged, For the Daily Suu, a four page sheet ol twenty-eight columns, the piice by mail, post paid is 55 cents a month, or g(i.50a year; or, including tbe Sunday paper, an eigbtpage sheet of filly-six colums, theprico Is 05 cent a month, or 7.70 ti year, pottage paid. The Sunday edition or the The Sun is a'a furnished separately at J 1.12 O a year, postag paid Tbe price of the Weekly (?un. eigU pages, fifty-six columi, is $1 a year, postagi paid. For clubs of ten sending ill) we wiP tend an extra copy free. Address I. W. l'xoi.t'sn, publisher cf The Sunrw York Oil)-. Tins 1W NOW SELLING AT THE CrBEAT KE3IlJTIO JST of Lm than FMIEB MSICIS Machines Sold on Easy Mouthlv or Quarterly Payments. IinpotcJ who, nttractcd by the great reputation nnd success of the Singer Machines, ate endeavoring to palm ofTon purchasers an INFERIOR MA CHINE, made after the OLD PATTERN of the Singer Machine, but wanting in that completeness of finish and durability which has made the Singer Machine so fatuous. Criiard Against the Imposition By purchasing from the authorized Agent of the Company, and remember, EVERY GENUINE Singer Machine has the words, "The Singer Manu actiinng Co., 'stamped on the top of tno arm ofthe Machine. -Singer Machines Sold in S. P. DALTON. AKent. v4n20-7m Hartford, Kentuckr I 888888888. 8 8 ol 8 8 8 ' 8 8 PERFEOnNDMPLETE q U .ETsToT OF ORDER, O WVWWto O q AGENTS WANTED q O ta xvznr towm xxd count r. O L. H. McCAMMOK, Manager, O 8 132 WEST FOURTH STREET, Q CIKCISXATI, O. O 888888888 HARRY L. JARBOK, 40 Agent" Uakkfokt, Kt. DR. LANCASTER'S niODCMO A DV I W ForTH ST..bet.MarVi UlOr t NO All T & Jetreron,I.ouUT.ll,Kr. frtft Doctor, a rttbltvr (tadiute In ftll the Utaihatsf McJwiqc with nr teatyr prActli. itillcm ttntiM to CrcM aU lltl atk. CHrTOMC aJ 5IXUAL lliikM as a apeKiatty. CJOMOHHKOL. cwtd ia from TWO to rtVK UWS. BYPillLlS. OlMt. Stricturt, VarKxcl.S-rufuia,3k.ia an J Blood Dim tnrswl. Sm. aHenti-vn ts ! rm lk 1)ISXASX. TUUUUUIAan'lllPOTXNCr iultin.liCMcU aUsM a4 wtual etc .. aat caukiar MnoMtttrn, Siiaal Enutiasnt , Ucbttttf. rmplra t Face. I hi iihcm. Dim-, m of Sitfh, iBilifntion. IeKctic Utmvrf, DMpoa derj, AtcrNVm to buttcl? aatl Leaf ! 5iial rr, rtn Jlas M if met iiaprojscr off ual appjr. turoj ia tialf l time m4 t kalt ll.c pim fimr4 hy nthen. MidicUoa rirnilwt ta al. catcs. and bo Biiaral cwisoaa ud. CuTaujratttefHlU all catoa uaJttkn. hn patitaU caaartvitUiC cur. HcUKinti can tc Mnt frWatcly aa4 vurel by mktl cr ciprcvt. Ct'iitultatloK tirMvaally or bf Inter fi aa4 vcrresauatlaac suutly conLdaatial. Otficsa kii. fian I a. m. to I p. ra. Sundjys, ft ore 9 to to.yt a. m. I!U la.NCATkKSiiJ v Pmiti f Aacwwwckof auo rS deaollsiajt h tyna- " , tm and mnni tt cure fur all dtaeaaoa U A Ifflltli (frlvatanitHrc U both . ..,( A f it IV AT a CDCNSKLOS for th atarrtoaand '"'""jtha uotNillatin iarrta(C rcvMttag all tk L' ' pbyisilieidaliaystrir ci tie acaiiat syttai. II oataict tl iimimki and aUvtca f a jhjku. iitiBttuitieJ for ti tuersMt in ntWaic wactic. Tnia m tfca latctt and bit MAKRIVGS OUlDa now rtlihd wi saould be rtad and Ktyt t ft the private drarr ofetery "aU aad feiaale throughout th land. N natterhor bMtiat fald to csfert a cure, read thta book and canU Dr. Ljlm CAST BR. Scnttoaayatldrea M.urlr aealed (free ef e Uge) Utr TvRMTYNVI (as) teste, WUn it ia laconvcMieal loaMul Mmv, rtatve iuwp vill h? takra. Ad)re. Da. iAMCAtrzrEus jjiben hakt. 99 1'owrtti bUMt, IrOmiaTiU. XT rtffs tehee M to t7. nevolrrra; rjgg a. uviii.il aj)iif . ixOgjiuTuu.'r KX S0IJ1BRN ATTENTION Pensions procured far soldiers qf tbe late scar, disabled in any way by nouudr, rupture, disease of any kind, or by aecldental injurr. PENSIONS INCREASED. A laige number of those now receiving pen sions are entitled to an Incnmi under vbn late laws. All soldiers disrbarged for Wopaca RiTTuai, or MrCHiKicfvL Ijijubv, entitled to Full bounty. All business dona by corres pondence, aims as if you were personally pres ent. Where the soldier it dead llicwidow and beirs are entitled. All soldiers and iLeir wid ows of tho war ofIHI2 are now entitled to a pension. I also prooure Patents for Inventors. Every soldier who tees tbis notce should send in. Lis ad lro-s on Postal card and receive in re tarn a SiurLt Corr Fbce, of the "NATIONAL CITIZEN SOLDIER," a paper published at the National Capitol, gir ins all the latest information about Pensions end Bounty and Land, to all aoldieis and then heirs. Ourre'poedcneo solicited from all. Ad dress with stamp, N. W. FITZOKRALO. U. S. Claim Attorney v4u5. tt Con 6Sj Washington. D. V r-! b I M X$H Jff El gll OS til ' A U oi Hjii s ft u 2 H II fa ! or j? ' THEEW iWHEELER & WILSOHl Beware of Bogus Agents sisrcsisit max More than all other Grand Display AT L, MEMOES. & GO'S STORE, ROCHESI'E R,"KY. (Crowded ith people daj ami night.) They have the largest STOCK in the Green River Country. Everybody, go nnd see their large, FINE STOCK OF GOODS. The general tnlk is that, they are SELLING CIUPJ2R than any other storo in the whole country, and to bo convinced that this is true, you only have to TRY THEM OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI IB DIRECT USE -iri'OM- LOUISVILLE o- CINCINNATI AND THE EAST- ALSO, The GEEAT Immigrant route to TEXAS, via St. LOUIS. ONLY ONE CHANGE of cars to TEXAS, which is at St. JLOTJIS. For full particulars and informatio'j, A.Mress C. B. CHAPMAN, Gcn'l Ticket Agent, or CLIP. P. KEN NEDY, Gen'l Southern traveling Agent, corner 4th and 'Main streets, Louisville, Ky. v3n34-tf. F.D.BARNXJM (Late Krm it WaaxiJ ICWF PRH2 FourthAve jLllLLLn LouisvUlo, Ky. Is ia receipt of an entire New Stock of WATCHES nnd DIA MONDS. JEWEOtY, SILVER and SILVEIt PLATED Wore, CLOCKS AND BRONZES, to which your attention is in cited. PRICES AND QUAL ITY ftiiiv triinranteed. Will end Good.H on arproV' Al, for selection. tam X new uide lull ol boautilul euravins; and intrrrstins reeling matter, describing thr Great South-west, her -cities, towns rivers, sehooN, churches, etc. It is accompanied with county and sectional maps, newspapers, rates of fare and freight, and mailed free ol cbttlRO' Tbis guide will tell you ail about the free aniLchcap lands in a country inbab ited by a free gnd enlightenrd people, a countr) iroit grand and picturesque, about wondeful eilies and towns, fsst Oiling ou with a pcoplr yet to carve drep their names on a world's hi lory. It will tell you about the entrance iisto Texas sat tin wonderful "(jute City," Dcntanu. It eonuin. pictures it the scenery ib the Itcuutltul Illdinu Territory, and the picturesque Valley oi the Neosho. The information about tbis new and wonderful eonntry, and how to reach it in the cheapest manner by railway lines that connect in great Union Depots; and by which you avoid disagreeable omnibus rides, will be both interesting and valuable. Send your name and that of your friend, and neighbors for a copy of this Ill'tT tree guide to Kan sas. Texas, and tbi Ureal Southwest. Address JAN. D. IIKO WIS, Texas Jt Kansas Kmlgrant Agent. Sadalia, Mo Bonkwalter Engine. Compact, .'obstsntl.l Econ omical and Easily Managed. Hasranteed to work woll, and givo full power claimed. En gine and Boil.r complete, in cluding Governor, Pump etc. I ana tioxlng,) at tbe low price f f:l H.rse PonerSH2.no 4 1-3 2H3.30 181.3 " 343.30 TPot on cars atSnrincfield Jitmes i-ertel & Co.. .l(l.m rTPRTKCriELD, OHIO FAMILY WLmm and Spurious Machines u factbj ktxg Companies Combined. CROo'a ELEOTEIO OIL! rtHIE cures performeJ by tBis medicine are JL so wonderful and In-t.intaneous, so satis factory and mlt gatint of human ill, as to call upon publio lunctinnaries, and those hiving charge nf public institution i for lh. ai.k n.l suffering, to look into the well attested merits, the simple efficacy of ths Electric Oil, It. effects are so ajtonUhirg as to resemble those marvelous cures in ancient time?, spoken of in tho Seriptuies, as performed by annointing with oil, Crooke's Electric Oil cures Pore Eyes, Crooko's Kleclri-t Oil eures Old Sores, Crooke's Eleo rio Oil eures Scald Head, Crooke's Eltcirie Oil cures Ring-Worm, Crooke's Electric Oil cures Map.., Crooke's Electric Oil cures Burns, Creole's Electric Oil eures Saddin Sore', Crooke's Electric Oil cures Cillar Srcs, Crooke's Electric Oil cures Scr itches. Crookr'i Elcctrin Oil curcjtill Fle.b Wounds, and Cutaneous Eruption in m.n.ir beasi. Two or threa aunlicatlnns will euro tW worst Chapped lliinJs, It has no superior for chapped lips' or any other kind of chaps, A'olliing is Letter for Burns or .Scalds, It has ne rqc.il for Tetter or Ring-worm ; and u used on a Fresh Cut it never gets sore, b it heals up in an incrediblo abort time, Price 25 cents per bottle. CROOK'S NEVER FAIL. Tbi. preparation contains tbe most powerful ingredients be onging to the Vegetable king dom, and, owing to its very penetrating quali ties, it has given relief in cais of lhi m is! ob slinitc and excruciating pain when all other remilies have completely failed. Crcotkt's Xever Fail cures Rheumatism, Crwke'j Xever Fail cures Headache, Crooke's Xtrer Fail cures Earache, Cronkes Xever fail cures Toothache, Crooke's Xever Fail atres .fawache, Crooke's Xever Fail cures Xewaliia. Crooke's Xever Fails cures Cotic Cronke's Xtrer Fail cures Diarrhea. Crooke's Xever Fail cures Cramp folic. Crooke's Xever Fail cures Sick Headache Cronke s Xever Fail cures all Aches awl Tains ia a shorter tiiuo ttuu aything elc known. It cure. Toothache in one minute; ifarachr in two minutes; Headache in live minuts ; Neuralgic Pains in tiftren minutes, tic, A duse inwardly cure tho Colic, Sick Heu'lach-. Ac. in a vrrr short time, Prieo 25 Ten's pel b tilo. F-.r sale in Hartford, Kv., by 7. Wayno UrifJt . Prepared In C. CR0OICE 4 CO,.Pine Hill, Ky. SOUTHERN KEfiRTMENT. Elder 31 sti t. Lard A. T. MircBi LU Lexington, Ky. North Middletnn, Ky. Mess. Lard & Mitchell, Special and Supervising Agents, FOR KENTUCKY BAItKKTT Ot BRO., Reiidcnt Agents at Hartford, Ky. v4n3 7 and Horphls. hahltrarsd. n Orlslnal .'.ii. Ofl.nt Ettl.f. i W . Sqalr, W.nllB4Ua. Gru C. I.4. DR. BUTTS No. 12 N. Eighth St. ! St. Louis. Mo. Who b bmi ffrMlpf vxperiBBt la the tmteMDl of MsuU troiblc. uf both ml an4 femal than any phairiia ta th vroat. kitu th rraulu of hii lorn ana ucc.ifai pnciwc ta hiM tw uf wk, J r"UKj. c&titlad Tho PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE The PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER Boot, thai ar mllr OataVa a4 tWIMartrMia. la all v toi iMrtalnlnf to Huksei ami WajitsBhes4. aatl aupplr vaatloojilaU. ThajaraWaaUfll IUM(r.l aad la plita huuaf, aaailr o.dnritood. Tha two ttookt cbrat5l pX aa4 coutsiln eJU laJar tt . for both emeirrieK! aad atulaVvlth all tha racas t UaprovcaMmta tn nwdicai inatantBS lUad what our homt papen aa? tTh knowldK Iispartt4 b BvwB.iiViieTw vorl lla wmjraf Mitktssatti. ahr VMia,tha vktlmafaarlj ladlMTttioai Ua aa,otaanrlB perftrtlj h tilth mtjba.hntwHhwaBhf T.fof In thtprtosf tin. aaa w. m uui from tn. rrsiny lilt her MX ia , to. fit. Louie JonmaL nriiiB. rKiccavo eta. etch Douii om ToiiuDt, a 1 1 ra ciotni vllt.Sftcti.txtra. Sent aadcr aral, laoaLBt f pcioa in Waomj c Omj. PRESCRIPTION PBEE! For Ui Speedy cure oi hvnunal wt", Lu Uanhood and all diMirii-m brouht on by Indl rretloa or eviw. Any tlt hiupe Uf n 1M tVt Mxlli Clsi.-lunalt. . BwtaVakeM iMlkKa ' oan make money faster at work Tor ns than .it any thing else. Capital not required; we will start you: $12 per day at home in da by tho industrious. Men. aoinen boys and girl, wanted everywhere to work . for-tts. Now is the timu. Cost, outfit aad terms free. Address Trod A Co-, August Katie. vlirtl 1WI rFmrcSEE'V. ft? G30RGIA. V If? FLORIDA. Sl ISISOUTH CARCLIKi.Jgl n XUBAMA. jol n LCUISIANA. IQI Y5 ABKANS7 " -ro n raj a ei ! ! avs HI THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO., 319 Main street. . Evans ville, Ind. OLD, TRIED, Airs TRUE. People are gettiag eonaalnted-and those whe are not ought to be with the woaeerfa! morlta et tbat iroat JLraerlean tUnudr, tbe can Mustang Liniment, POaMASAHUBEAHT. This liniment Twynatorallxotljlna ted rnAmwV ea. where Xatnre prorldM In hor laboratory suta anrprUlas antidotes tor tha maladlM of bar chil dren, tu tame haa been spreading tor SyMsa. natn aow It encircles the habitable globev The ltexlcan 21 us tans Liniment la a matchlm remedy for all externa! ailments of man aad beast. Te stock owners and farmers It Is Invaluable. X single bottle often aavoe a human Ufa or re stores the usefulness of an excellent bone, ox. eow.cr sheen. It cures foot-rot. boof-aH. hollow horn. grab. eaw-wonm, ahoaldor-rot, manzo. tho bite and Sting, of polXMUKU ptll. awl la nd .vary snch drawbac: to stock brcnLng and bum 111. 21 cures every external troublo f bon, awa aalsscncs). scratches, tninnj, sprains, rounder. wind call. rlss bor.c. c te etc. TtioIIcUa2itaasLiiunent Is tho qalekeo curelnthevrcrld for cccidents occurring In thi fam2r. la tho absence ot a physician, suen a i boras, scalds, sprdas, cuts, etc, and for rheuma tism, asd stUac. engendered by exposure. Par- tlcuUrlr tuu to lUnors. It M thechropest remedy la the world, for It praeuatcstha mnscla to the bona, and a ataxia applfcc.lon is EcncrUy sufflclent to cure. 2Iex!nnHr-tanjLlnlm.iit Is pat P la thne sixes of bottles, tha lanrcr onas bemg proportloa- aielyrauh the cheapest Bold everywhere. j tf ,:-f WEEKLY C0TTRIEE, . avniTIT T "Cw TVTi JiV Ai?ioV iijUCs, Kii, $1-25 lSB!SSStt25 Paper nblishsd. A Large 5r-Coliimn Quarto, containing all the LnlCft Jti-wo, nionee, Jiiscei lai.eoua. Mntter, ic. SOUlTo be Oitribnted AmooptPwy J Sulwcribers,-on January isi, tow. Eighty-lour Cnah GlttsK -V .a,1 U-711 OneOiftof 00 One Oiftor .i;r f - - 50 SO OneOiftof... i Ten Gifts each ef. 10 S I 1 100 Fifteen (lift each of...... 7i 40 Twenty Gifts each of..... ThirtySve Gifts each o. 3: . Making a grand total la cash of 500 This is not a lottery. Every subscriber gets lb full worth of hia m- ney In receiving the Ilcst weekly Piper ia Indiana, for one year postago prepaiu. Every subscriber who p-vy SI 2 1 for one years subscription receives one share in the ..t.llinflnn ufttift.- Premlnm Lists and Sne- ciinen Copies sent rate on applicatian. The . L! .-U1 II - dsn muse accompany caca ni. ui oBuwniwr, Send remittances oy until, express, rosi ..Hi n,.l.p nr ltrUt.red Letter. Address COURIEHCO., Kvansville, Ind' a week in your own town 5 Ou btfree. No risk. Read-r, uyo of either sex can made er-at pay all tbe time tbey work, write for par . lioulsrs to U, rinnf jir I'm Portland, Malnr. v-lnff.ry th n t WW) 1MI W WHITE BROKZE MOMWEIITS Itrt IsrnilM to mark the KBHTXNO PIACStJof or do caed frlesd. Tho material used in their mannfaetnra I pore, refined New Jersey Zinc, indeatroctlble when exposed to the elements, nacfawige abls 1b appear&noe. and will remain so for tbotuaade of yean. It is much cheeper than marble or stone and far more beanti ftu. beinc of Uskt allTor-rar color, re lembting finest Quiney Urn J Granite. Purchase of territory for exelnsiTs riiht In nje the WHITE BRONZE Is the best inretmant for men of email cap ital, who wish a pay- iOE business, erer Jt onerea oosinen men. Estimates furnished on apnlieation at letter to J. CLAKY.-IBS Third MrnUKM'SllX, prop, of patent for Hj. rial 1878. 1878, Farmers' Home Jeurnal FOR 1878. I Hnbarrlptlon Price, H3.00 r lanau. I Haw is la; tuna lu saMerlh nrmo r i jt Uame irnat, paper deroted exelnsirely to tbe intcre.ts of the Farmer, the Stock raiser, the Horticulturist and the Gardener. The Farmer,' Ham Journal and ITHTroaa Hkxald "III be sent on year for JJ.il), post age paid on both papers. Specimen eopies anna Uovu jeeraa'wiia list of premiums for subscribers. untlfrWun list of premiac liplieallos erpiS-tr -WANTEDS "2 phone and Phonograph: money ia it. Frre territory Will send Sample oatfit on receipt inft. G.W FOSTER as CO. 331 LaSalle St.. Chicago. Grand I'jciHe otel. PATENTS. F. A. Lchmann. Solicitor of American and Foreign Patents. Washitton, 1. C. All ba-i- I ness eonnee'ed with Patents, whether Infore the Patent OSce or tbe Courts, properly at tended to. No eharge mode unless a pat.nt ia secured. Send for elreular. vln45t CHEAPHST AND BEST 4QERTI81Hfi. To Reach Readers Out side ol tHe Large Cities. ovr.Rieee nkivspapkks divid. EO I.TO SIX OIFFERET 1.1SXX, Advertisements reetived for one er more lists. For catalogues, containing names of pa pers, and other information n l rure.timttes, addrvs', litems Jt. FONTEIC, v4o3jy lO .Spruce St., Sew York. TO ADVERTISERS Geo. P. Rowo'I & Cos SELECT L8ST OP LOCAL 1?EWSPAPSE.?- Many persons saonitse this list ta he eon. p-d ofCIIEAl. low priced aewspspers. Tbe a-s is nana em.rwise. I no I'stalozue states is tiy wnai ine papers are. When the a. mo . paper I. printed in PULL, FACE TTP1 r is In every inslanee the II EST nanir in the Ijcc. Wh a prioted In CAP7TAI3 It is tha I.Xl.Y paper in the pla-e. VThea printed in man letters it is neitber tne best nir the on I t paper, hat is ma ill j a very goo I one. n t- w t&stnn line. m.i',t giri-s me p-isulition f every tot. a and the eircalation uf evcrr pa p-r. IT I" X IT A ''O OfRKATIVC LST. IT H.MIT A CIIUVI I.XHI. M tha fwil of the Cttslugua Ijr each Vratetheiinpor tant lon which are notcor.'ret b.-Ihe list i-e enumerated. IT l.H VX IIO.VKT M.ST. The Mleic'iarr-dfuradtcrtHin -ar barely one-llflh the pibli.her. ..h.-dule. The. pricv for one men Iiur weez. in tbe entire II-t a NU.m. I lia rrruljr rites .r lie naiwrs for Ihe Mmr spice and time are 5.138 35. Thi. Iisticclud-. 070 newipr, f aairh IfKt ro i.u d I VSI.Y an I S'lT WKKISI.Y. 1 hey a-e lo.-i-el in N'iS diTerrnt eitk.. nni owns, of ahich 23 a-o Sia'n C.iiiitol., S'lH plaew- of 'ver 3,O00 npttliita, and -til C untySeits. LIsMSE.VTO.V llT.io TtOX A l.lre.. GEO. l ItO VKLI. Jc COH K fSP IPSItS ADVKRTISI.VG BURKAV. 10 Spruce SU(PrinUnj Uease Sq.), K. Y. THE PEOPfjE'S FA WRITE LOUISVILLE and CINCINNATI SHORT TINIis HAILRbAP. THE QUICKEST. BEST AND OXLT nuuiii Willi rvhicli paMenger from the Houth make direct connection at Louisville witU PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPI1Q CArS TO F1TTSBCKBII, HAHKISBURUH, PHILADELPULV, ASD OTHER EASTERN CITIE3 WITHOUT CHANGE! Tais is Ihe only lino rnuuinr Pnllmaa I Sonihern Sleeping Cars from New Orleans, .Mobile. JKson. Ul.s.. jtonrgomerT, urcna- I An, Decatur, Jackson. Tenn and Nashville 10 Cincinnati wiinn cnange. conneeting as that point w ih all lines running Pullman and Wagner Pslaee Sleepers ti Toledo, De troit. Grand Hapids. B-tlilmnrr, Wa.hia;tnu, Sindnsky, t-'leveland, Buffalo, Albany, Sail miaea, and Xew York wilhuat change. This i the only line running its entire I trains betwren LoaLville and Cincianatl, au.l 1 1.10 only: line by whi-h passengers from the I South en ronte to Eajtera and Jioitbsru I Cities (not in tbrongh -Iping Car.) sa avoid a tedioni haul through the city of Lonisville, Drecanglng ears at biort l.iee unction with L. N. Ot. S. K. R.,tbreo miles I snath ot tbe city, where an elegent Dinin Hall 1. located, under tne maaagemrntot tae Railroad Companies. Thronsh Sleerer. from Atlanta. Chatta nooga, Little Itoek, Memphis and Vickshnrg, make direct connection at Short Line Juns tion with through Sleepers lo Ncr York, rh Udelph a, and other cities via this line. 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