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FAYETTE COUNT Y HEEALD: THTJESDAY, AUGUST 15, 178.
HE HERALD. WM. HIILLIKAX, XV. W. HI 1 1,1.1 KAt, Editor. THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1878. Hrpuklican State Ticket. For Secretary of Btafce. COI.. MILTON BARNES. For Supreme Jndgu, WILLIAM WHITE. For Member of Board of Public Works, ' UBOBGE TA.VX.. ft.publl County Ticket. FOE SHERIFF, JAMES F. COOK. - FOB CLXKE, EL1LEE W. WELSHEIMKB. FOB PROBATI JCDQK, JOHN B. PBEDDT. FOB COMM I39IOHSR, AMOS THOBXTOK, 'FOB RECORDER, Z. W. HEAGLEB. FOB tMFUtXABT DIB ROTOR, THOMAS LAERIMEE. FOB CORONER, SAMUEL L. HOOKER. Mb. Frank Browning, editor of the Wilmington Republican, died suddenly in that place, on Sunday last. His remains were taken to Laurel, Clermont County, his native place, and intered on Monday. The law of 1870 granting extra privi- leges and powers to municipal corpora tions gave the same power "to regulate, restrain and prohibit ale, beer and porter houses or shops ; and houses and places of notorious or habitual resort for tipling or intemperance," but the Democratic legislature, at its last session in 1375, thought that to restrain and prohibit these numerous pests to our civilization was undemocratic, and terribly oppressive upon these their pet institutions, there- fore, they amended the law so as to read as follows: "Municipal corporations shall have power to regulate ale, beer and porter houses or shops." This Democrat ic amendment takes away the power of municipal corporations to "restrain" and prohibit the keeping of ; this class of houses, simply leaves the right in munic ipal corporations to "regulate" the keep ing of them ; and, with this understand ing of. their powers, many of the incor porated villages of the State have enact ed municipal laws requiring the keepers of these houses to close them up at nine o'clock p. no., and to keep them closed until six o'clock the next morning, and to' keep them closed on Sundays. This is one of the methods they have adopted to regulate the keeping of ale, beer and porter houses. These ordinances have been disregard ed by the keepers of such houses in other towns besides our own, and the trans gressors haye been -arraigned before the municipal courts, convicted and fined, in accordance with the provisions of the-ordinance, and, we understand, that the convicted parties have appealed to a high er court, with the hope of getting a ju dicial decision that will permit them to keep their places of moral degredation open perpetually. We hope this question will be fairly settled, and that if the mu nicipalities haye the right to regulate these houses, by means of this ordinance, the law will be rigidly inforced against all offenders. ClBCiniWCI LIT HCK. Cincinnati, August 12, 1878. Cattlk. Receipts for the past week show a considerable increase over those of one week aeo, while the increase in ship ments for the same time was quite small, the receipts have generally been of a fair average quality, with considerable Texas and Cherokee stock among them. The amount of shipping qualities offered was but moderate, and for which there was only a fair dauiand during the entire week, with but very little change in prices. Prices were easy all around, the range being as follows : Common, 1j 2c; fair to medium, 2J3c; good to choice butcher grades, 3Ji'4c, with a few extra at 4.20t.50c ; fair to good shippers ; 4 4.bdr; fair to good Texans, 2isMc; fair to good heavy oxen, 2-3-c; com mon to good graziers z(53ie. - Hogs. Prices on good qualities closed firm. The general range was as follows: Common $2 904 10; fair to good light, 4 lo4 4a; fair to good packing grades, $4 354 65: selected butchers, $4 Co 85; fair to good stockers, 13 003 2a, and very dull. Sheep. Keceipts and shipments lor tne past week show a large falling off as com nared with the week previous, but the supply was about equal to the demand, and the market underwent no special change in prices, the generalTange being as follows: common 10 iair, ztgajfcc, and good to choice, 34Jc, per pound gross. LiAMBS. xne supply was not so uuerai as the week previous, and was about equal to the demand, which was not quite so lib eral: The market ruled easier, with but little change in prices, which closed a lit tle easlsr to-dav. The range was as ioi lows: Common to fair, 23c, and good to choice, 344c per pound gross New Ywk Lire stack, market. Niw York, August 12,' 1878. Beef Cattle The receipts for to-day were 3,370 head, making the total receipts for the-week 8,600 head, against 12,290 head last week. - The supply was not suf ficient for the pressing need of slaughter ers, and the market was active and firm at an advance otc per lb on good to medium native steers and Jlc on poor and common native steers and all grades of Texas, Cherokee and Colorado cattle. The yards are entirely cleared before noon, and slaughterers were not fully supplied. , Texas and Cherokee cattle. 68c per lb; poor to prime native steers, 710c; extra selected steers 10J failure, such Texans as were soia iasi Wednesday at 66)c were going to-day at 77c, and fat Colorado half breeds, such as sold Wednesday at 7c, were taken to-day at 89c. Exporters used 630 head of fat steers from the fresh re ceipts at 910c. The shipments for the week were 1,100 head and 670 quarters of dressed beef. Sheep and Lambs The receipts for to day" were 8,300 head making the total re ceipts for the week 26,100 head, against 33,800 head for the same time last week. The market was slow at 3?4KC per lb. for common to good sheep, with 2 Cars of extra sheep at $4 624 70 per 100 lbs, and a small bunch at $5 00; lambs were irregular and dull at 4J6c per lb.; . Hoos The receipts for to-day were 8,100 head making the total receipts for the past week 21 ,630 head against 20,750 head for last week. No sales were made of live hogs, but nominally quoted at $4 604 70 per 100 lbs. " He doth bestride the world like a Colossus." Julius Ccasar. IPISHSIiLTT, H v M ) CO ct- Q M p CD 03 ct- OK ACCOUNT OF HIS IMMENSE PRACTICE IX- "Washington, D. WILL MAKE HIS I VISIT os- AWfLLKEMAfX; LlSnD OlSTLY 78, BRING YOUR ORDERS owosr GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH, T WO D AYS AT THE WILL EXHIBIT IN ARLINGTON HOUSE. ASHI1TI, FRIDAY, August 23d, -DEALER IN- GREEN AND CANNED FRUITS, A-ncL all Kinds of Canned. Goods, CONFECTIONS. Best Brands Tobacco and Cigars. Joe :lcljeaii's Building, Court Street. AFTERNOON AND EVENING. -O- DR. FISHBLATT, CONSULTING PSYSICIAH -FOR- Ist. FACTS TO BE ESPECIALLY REMEMBERED. I revolutionized and enrifled the Menarerie and Circus Tent Exhibition. I have made it a Slace where refined ladies and gentlemen can go with their children ana never witness a gesture nor ear a remark that a ladv would not countenance In her own parlor. 2d. I never divide nor "decrease my attractions, but add to them continually. ' Sd. - T am an In nronrietor of all the railroad cars that transport my "Greatest Show on Earth." I own every dollar in the entire exhibition, and have no interest in any other show. 4th. I positively never advertise any attraction that I do not exhibit, and I do not for want of room rortiu m&mv iMtv-tt nnvltiM which T fin AYhihit- 6th. Immense as my street procession is, I pnt into it less than half of my cages of wild animals and museum .curiosities, and only half the number of my marvelous Trained Stallions. 6th. Mine is four times more extensive and costly than anv show ever traveled, and I will forfeit and pay f 50,000 if mv daily expenses for the last seven years have not been more (probably treble than tne enure gross receipt wi anv tent exoiutuvu mat ever init7i m iuw buj vji " I. '1'. HAK9IIJ.il. The most magnificent and attractive Exhibition ever witnessed in this or any other city. AU the new attractions received with the wildest delight everywhere. Theuniversal verdict is that -ANI Operative Surgeon (J. D. STUCKEY'S OLD STAND). rpHE PUBLIC AV ILL ALWAYS FIND HIS STOCK FULL AND FRESH, and prices the lowest for cash. AUTHOR OF . ' OBSERVATIONS : .on the - - - : Com. Symptoms and Tbiatment of : DISEASES Of T KE KIDNEY." : Barnum has the Greatest Ring Pagent! Makt.tw3 ' ' jSX. auccesslul pn THE MOST MARVELOUS MUSEUM ! The Most Living Curiosities! The Largest Menagerie! OF tJNIXTE RR'tl PIED' practice in treatment of SODA WATER. When you want a glass of the best SODA WATER to be had In call at Miller's. Washington, 35wl4 DISEASES OF THE KIDNEY, The Menagerie is a remarkably fine one, thirty large cages being necessary to accommodate the eol ation of birds and animals. A large and handsome giraffe is conspicuous, and a wonderfully large. and powerful rhinoceros attracts a great deal of attention; lions of several sorts, including three young ones, with their mother, the whelps being but six weeks old. and raauy other interesting speci mens 01 wna ammai uie. jsoston journal, May zatn. TJh Casraii Fairly Opened. The candidates for county offices in this county, for the Republican and Demo cratic parties, are now fairly before the people; and now comes the tiigof war. Our Democratic opponents made their. nominations on Saturday last, and it is to be supposed, in choosing their candidates, the party looked for their best men ; men whom they suppose will be able to com mand' the full strength of their party vote, and of course, if they expect to succeed, they expect to do it by inducing Republicans to forsake the candidates of their own party and go over to the party who has always stood in opposition to about every measure the Republicans have favored ; at least they have opposed every Republican measure until popular opinion has forced them to acknowledge the correctness and. justice of the prin ciples : and policy advocated and carried. out by the Republicans, and indorsed by popular judgment and wisdom. The Republicans have placed before the people candidates for the various offices -who are competent and in every respect worthy of the suffrages of the Republi can party; men who are well known to the people ot this county; men whose moral and social characters will not suf fer in comparison with the candidates ot the Democratic party. There is, there fore, n necessity of voting for a single Democrat, with the hope of electing a more deserving or competent candidate, than is presented to our Republican vot ers on bur Republican ticket. Ana now, in tne start, we caution - our Republican friends against the. common practice of our political opponents of of fers to swap votes. They are, in a county like .ours, where the Democracy are In' the minority, willing to vote for some Republican if some Republican will con sent to give hi3 vote for one of their can didates for the most Important office on the ticket; if, by this strategy, they can sncceed in procuring the election of one of their -candidates the one 'who will give them the greatest amount of politi cal power and patronage they can afford to sacrifice every other candidate on their ticket. They have no hope of electing a single man on their ticket unless they can do it by this kind of an unequal dicker We hope, this year, that our Republican friends will not allow the wool to be pull ed over their eyes by a class of scheming, trading and dickering political opponents names For All. xtaving naa a desire from my youth to aid, in somehow, the frontier life, I have determined to engage, for a short time at least, in securing the most favorable terms for an excursion West and South this fall. Have secured some interesting aim uoeiui iiuuriuauon in regard to both places, and will continue to receive more Will be happy to have any persons antici pating a trip to either point, call at the office of Washington Woolen Mill, or will answer any inquiry through the mail. The first trip will be west about the ninth of October next, and south the first part of December. Please call or let me hear from you before purchasing tickets of any one else. All persons wishing to make a good investment or seek a home, now is a favorable opportunity, as capi tal and labor united will bring good times again, and real prosperity will then be manifest throughout our great garden of me woriq. rrniauveruse dennlte terms in Que time. Yours Respectfully, I. C. VanDsmaK. ine uemqoracy. have already spent nearly as much money in bootless investi gations as they saved by the stoppage of public improvements and by the reduc tion of the salaries of the lower grades of ounnujren. .una jg an oia sort f economy. Reduction -of expenditures under the Republicans meant a reduction of taxes an actual and a permanent reiiet to th tax-payers. Under the Democracy in con trol of the House, the pretended reduction or expenditures only meant a.postpone- ment of those expenditures without a re duction of taxes, and -consequently the increase of expenditures for this year by the Democratic House over those of last year is $28,752,265.49. Neva Bepublic. J net aa Represented. ' Steele & Price put Flavoring Extracts in the market just as represented; their bottles are full measure, hold one-half more, and are . three times the strength' ot those ordinarily sold. Ask for Dr. Price's Flavoring -Extracts. We endorse their claims for purity and strength. Conll Coal!! . Gillespie keeps a full supply of Lump and Nut Coal, and parties wishing to buy in large quantities, or by the car-load, he is now offering inducements. Call and see him, at the office of Farmers' Pork and Produce Co. f - , M WM,,-, - r J if ZHl-y . V ,"&sT CATARRH, THROAT, LTJlSTGrS AND - , Seart Diseases. Best Circus! Best Hi4ers in the World! The only Troupe of FOREIGN STALLIONS. At the sight of the magnificent Stallions, all introduced at one time in the ring, the the immense au dience rose at one accord, the men cheering, the ladies clapping their hands and waving their hand kerchiefs! Such a scene has never been witnessed in Boston before Xew York Herald. The most Gorgeous Appointments, the Richest Costumes, the most Novel Properties, the Newest and Best ActSj the funniest Clowns, including .. .. J ACK HOLLOWAY, the Great English Clown, '.. To whom Barnum pays the largest salary ever paid to a Clown in this or any other country, and to sum Th.6 GREATEST SHOW on EAUTH! The daily expenses of which are larger than the entire gross receipts of any other show that -ever' iraveiea, or was ever m mis or any otner country. DR. FISHBLATT Has tiscovered the greatest cure In the world I for Weakness of tne Back and Limbs,- involun tary discharge, impotency, general debility, I nervousness, dyspepsia languor, low spirits, 1 contusion of ideas, palpitation of the heart. timidity, trembling, dimness or sight or gicim- ness. diseases of the head, throat, nose or skin; affections of the liver, lungs, stomach or bowels these and other terrible disorders arising from solitary habits of. youth secret and solitary practices more intai to tneir victims man xne song of the Syrens to the marines of Ulysses. blighting their most brilliant hopes and antici pations, render marriage, etc., lmpossioie. YOUNG MEN EsDeciallv. who have oecome the victims of sol itary vice, that dreadful and destructive habit 1 which annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands or vouue men 01 xne most exaitea tal ents and brilliant intellect, who might otherwise nave entrance! ii&reninir senates witn tne tnun- ders of eloquence, or waed to ecstacy the living lyre, may can witn tun connaence. MARRIAGE. Married persons, or young men comtetnplat- ing marriage, aware of physical weakness (loss ui proureabtve powers iiupubenuyj uervuus ex citability, palpitation, organic weakness, nerv ous debility, or any other disqualification speed ily reiieveu . ne wno maces nimseti unoer tne care 01 wr. Fishblatt may religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, ana nis bkiu as a pnysician. CONSUMPTION CUBED, An old physieian, retired from practice, having had placed in his hands by an East India mission ary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy, for the speedy and permanent cure of consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and all throat and lung affections, also a positive and radical cure for nervous debility and all nervous complaints. ater having tested its wonderful curative powers in thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive, and a desire to relieve human suffer ing, 1 will send, free 01 charge, to all who desire it. this receipt, with full directions for prepamng and using, in German, French, or English. Sent oy man ny aaaressing witn stamp, naming mis The Troupe of Royal Stallions! Organic Weakness paper, w w bherar, MB rowers ter, jn ew ors ock, Roches- saw The most beautiful and intelligent animala ever seen, are 20 In Number, and were imported at a sjost os L3w,uuu, irom tneir Koyai masters, tne emperors 01 Kussia and iermany, and the 4ate Victor Emmanuel, King of Italy, and the Grand Kahn of Tartary . They appear under the direction of their trainer, .. . ... - CARL ANTONY, Jr., At each performance, in various acts, concluding with the introduction of the entire nutnber in , the ring at one time Singly, in pairs, in trios, in quartettes, in sextettes, and finally twelve at a time these Stallions came into the handsome set ring and gave thoroughly exciting displays of their ability and their docility. The occasion of the performance by the triple quartette was the most exciting thing of its kind we haTe ever witnessed. Mr.. Antonv's power is certainly as large as his personal appearance is nne. xne leaping norses were wonaenui. jsosion uaveier, ay eia, OHAS- FISH, The champion Bareback Rider of the 'World ' A salary of $50,000 will cheerfully be paid for the equal . 01 mis great arxisi. . . . w M. PINE, Chief among the nerformers was Mr. Charles Fish, the famous rider. horses were thrilling exciting, and who jumped banners on one foot, turnin Attorney and Notary. 40 Opfici With C. A. Palmer. NOTICE A L.L PERSONS HAVING CLAIM9 FILED IN J the Auditor's office against David Simkins. Contractor ot Bloomingburg and White Oak Road Improvement, are hereby notified that the Board of County Commissioners will meet at the Audi tor's office, on Saturday, the 17th day of August, lor tne purpose 01 settling witn saia contractor. vwi x. j. LiJMisr.1, Auditor. NOTICE. Office Secretary Pulaski Silvkb Mining Co.,) Notice is hereby given to the stockholders of the TJ.. 1 .... i. : lj : i i T T ... .i ,i . x uimu oi.vcr ju.uiug u.piij liiai uieru will ue a meeting held at one o'clock p. m., Monday, Sep tember id, 1873, at Township Clerk's office, Wash ington u., umo, tor tne purpose oi electing ro:tru ox uirectors, to act ior tne ensuing year. ry oruer ox tne iwara. 0wS C. J. BELL, Sec' whose feats on barebacked ling backward and forward somersaults through balloons, and accomplished other equally difficult and dangerous evolutions with a marvelous uegree oi ease anu precision, uib most artistic ieat, nowever, almost escaped notice turn ing a backward somersault and alighting on one foot on the back of a running horse. New York Trib une. - - WM. MOEGAN, The Lightning Hurdle Rider. M!ISS KATE STOKES, The Great Lady Bareback Rider. SIX PERFORMING ELEPHANTS, Over whose backs M R . JOHN BATCHELOE performs his wonderful leap, turning a TRIPLE Immediately enred and full vigor restored. This distressing affection which renders life miserable and marriage Impossible is the pen alty paid by the victims of improper indulgence. Young persons are too apt to commit excesses irom not being aware of the dreadful conse I quences that may ensue. Now, who that nnder- stanas tnis subject win pretend to deny tnat the pover oi procreation is lose soouer dv tnose falling into imorouer habits than ov the Dm- aentr jsesiaes Deing ueprivea oi tne pleasure ot i healthy offsprings the most serious and destruct ive symptoms ot both body and mind arise. The system becomes deranged, the nhvsicul anil mental functions weakened, loss ol procreatlve I power, nervous immunity . dyspepsia, palpita tion or the heart, inuigebtion, eoustitutioual de bility and- wasting of iranie. cough, consump tion, decay and death. A Cure Warranted. Mr. John Batchelor's lea' ip over six-elephants, turning a donble somersault in his aerial journev, is The address of Mr. Batchelor is as remarkable a his skill, and we doubt not Boston Advertiser, May 28th. i wonderful in everv wav. ne woum turn an acciuenc ax any time into a success.- f Capt. Costentenus, WOOL Manufacture d. . ALL PERSONS DESIRING WOOL WORKED in any way, or exchanged for Yarns. Blank ets or other woolen goods, or even silneb dollars ; The Tattooed Greek Nobleman, Tattooed From Heafl to Foot! The Greatest Living Curiosity in the World. it - iiiiMii-i I, -ffmini i 1,y---f.-T:iifrg:is' Persons ruined in health by unlearned pre tenders who keep them trifling month after month, taking poisonous and injurious com- I pounas, snouw appiy immeaiateiy. DR. FISHBLATT, Graduate of one of the most eminent colleges in the United States, has effected some of the most astonishing cures that were ever known ; many troubled with ringing in the head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed at sud den sounds, batnf illness, with frequent blush ing, attended soim times with derangement of mind, were cured immediately. Take Particular lVotiee - Dr. F. addresses all those who- have injured themselves by improper indulgence and solitary habits, which ruin both body and mind, unfiling mem ior eitner study, society or marriage. These are some of the sad and melancholy ef fects produced by the early habits ot youth, viz: weaaness ox tne duck ana nmos; pains in tue i neau ;uimness oi sialic; loss oi muscular power; i palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia, nervous ir-! ritability, derangement ol the digestive func tions, general ueinlity, symptoms ol Consump tion, etc. STOCKING YARNS AT ABOUT WHOLESALE PBICES, Come as soon as possible, as we desire to close up iuc Mauo, near anpossiDie, oy toe nrst ox uctooer next. VANDEMAN & .JONES. Washington Woolen Mills, Aug. 15, 1878. 40tS NEW GOODS NEW FIRM A. BOSS & Li THOMPSON HAVE OPENED A Boot anil Shoe Store IN. MISER'S BOOM, OPPOSITE THE CITY BUILDING, WHERE can be found a full line of LADIES' Uenta' and Children's wear, at bottom prices. Particular attention 'given to Manufacturing. Bf" Call and see them, and get the advantage of the recent decline in this class ot goods. Sign MAMMOTH BOOT. tOtl OTICE OF APPOINTMENT. ESTATE OF SAMUEL L. SMITH. XVOllCA 1. hwAk i . . . . .. hmtn .nrwTiCr. j ' 5" n UBaersignea nas peen appointed ana duly Qualified as Executor of late of Vvr. . .ent ol muel L. Smith, lateoi rayettecountv rihi, i 1 . 7 -. . WKEWUCU, Aur. 8th. ist . - SMITH. . raws COL. GOSHEN, The Palestine Giant, 8 Feet 6 Inches High. The ring is often occupied by two sets of performers. For instance, while Satsuma and Big "Little'All Right are in an act of equilibrium, the Leotard Brothers per form upon the trapeze, both being splendid displays of Sower; while Safeuima gives another balancing' act, Ille. Velleter displays marvelous dental maxillary power. The Miaco Brothers give a carpet gym nast act, which we have never seen surpassed for ease and agility. The "ground and lofty tumbling" is good and the leaping excellent. Boston Globe, 29th. On the morning of the day of exhibition, a Cran4 Mtreet Panaiit, of unusual extent and great mag nificence, will pass through the principal streets. One of the featunas of this scene of Processional Splendor will be the appearance of ten of the twenty Stallions in procession, led by their foreign grooms. Doors open at 1 and 6:30 P. M. Performances at 3 and 8 P. M , giving an hour and a half to view the Me nagerie and Museum before the evening performance begins. Admission - - 50C. Piano ,SUt?3nrS.;StOrgan Children under 9 years, half price. Reserved Seats, 25 Cents Extra. ed a Ticket Office for the Bale of , For the accommodation of ladies, children and all who desire to avoid the crowds surrounding the tick et wagons, on the show ground, Mr. Barnum has open- JOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. ESTATE OF PEACHY x ne nnaersigned have been ai yuauiieu as Aaministrator of the eBtate of Peachv Wilson, late of Fayette oounty. deceased reacny WILSON, DECEASED. ntedand duly itu l.i n . - J uroeaueu. ""J wi ouiy, mo. B8W3 JyJOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. ESTATE OF NATHAN COFFMAN, DECEASED. The undersigned has been appointed and quali fied as Administrator, debonis noa, witU Sue will uhmou, u. AauiMi uiuuibd. aocussflU. n. ..... Jk,8M. ii-WARDS. . MUI JIUi IU HI IIU, iDlO, ttWV Tickets and Reserved Seats AT HARLOW'S DRUG STORE ! AT THE USUAL SLIGHT ADVANCE. ladies, children and other wishing to avoid the crowds In the evening, are advised to attend tne afternoon exhibition. Excursion Trains on all Railroads on the day of exhibition. A Free Ticket given to all purchasers of "The Life of Barnum," or his latest story of "Lion Jack." I Tlieonlv combination nt ia SANFORDS'it,'ue '"""" iiuger with A rhniiw AnkiiiHliiii uaiil j Brandy, for weakuess, weari- nexs and prostration uf the ' nervous forces, iuabllitv to TAMTf! A sleep, coldness of the extrem uanuwa itle8 ani miB1MI1(iw, t,lIVU. tiou, is a grateful boon to suf fering humnuitv at ouce sooth- lug, strengthening and re- OTNOKT? fleshing. Ask for Sankobds' v'-L'L1,ijAV Jamaica Ginukr. S8 T T7 ILKVUl.VKE 11 RRK urltl. Iv ratrlilir. Address J. Brown A Son, l:ls and ia Wood Hlreet. Pittaburgh, Pa. g8wi c i even-shot Revolver .C3 S3iE SOLD PLATI-.D WATCBHt. CheaMM we Known worm, aampt wave w ursss. .vouLiaa wm""i , 5 'wtsntm a r Extracts -TO- Eminent -Chemista and. Physicians certify that these goods are free from adulteration, richer more effective, produce better results than any owners, ana tnat tney use them in their own families. UNIQUE PERFUMES are the Gems of all Odors. TUOTHENE, An agreeable, healthful Liquid Dentifrice. LEMON SUCAR. A substitute for Lemon s EXTRACT-JAMAICA CINCER. Lcearfne pure root. STEELE &. PRICE'S LUPULIN YEAST OEMS. The Beat Dry ilo-p Yeast in the World. STEELE & : PRICE, Manfrs., Chicago, St, Lotus & Cincinnati. DR. PRICE'S EMIG'SPOUGH OALSAril Cures Coughs; Cold3, Hooping Cough, Pains in the Chest, Incipi- ent Consumption. I no Equal, 'unpleasant effects, Pleasant to take, Per- l"S Price 35 cts. fectly Harmless, Has r HTake no other.. Ask Leaves no I your Druggist for it. 'SOLD EVERYWHERE. Bottles Double tlie Size of any 25 ct. Preparation. The Herald Office ! WE AEE PREPARED TO EXECUTE every; description - of Plain and Fancy Work in the lest style at the lowest possible rates. If you want Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. John D. Stmckev, Administrator) . . f , of the estateof feain'l V gtuefcey, I. i i In. ' deceased, ' " ' Fayette county against Probate Court. Isabella Stuckey aad others. j In pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of Favette countv, Ohio, I wili offer for sale, at public auction, on Saturday the 2th day-of August, A. -U. iHi, at 1 o ciocK in -tne aiternoou, at tne door of the Court House in Washington, seat " of Justice of Fayette.ounty, Ohio, the following de scribed real estate, situate m tne tncorporaieii v 11 lage of Washington, in the county of Fayette and State of Ohio. First Tbact Beina-the whole of Out-Lot num ber thirteen (13)t iii. said Village of Washington, containing three'(3) acres and 4H poles. Second Tract Begrinmug at a stake in the old corporation line of Washington, corner to Temple street and out-lot number thirteen (18) in said Vil lage; thence with the line of said out-lot number 13 north desrrees it minutes west 28 poles to a stake, west-corner of said out-lot; thencesouth 47 degrees 38 minutes west-10 o-iu poies w a staKe- in the hedge-row," in the line of M J. Williams; thence with the line of said Williams south 43 de grees 40 minutes east 10. i5 poles to a stake, corner to said Waiiams, m the center of anDeman's Eun ; thence down said run north 70 degrees 20 minutes east 17.88 poles to a stake in the center of said run. corner to John L WTilson : thence with said Wilson's line south 43 degrees 20 minutes east 4.S5 poles ton stake in said Wilson's line; thence north 4a degrees east 1 0 -10 poles to the beginning. containing one acre and 71 poles, being a part of &. lempie s survey io. tat . First and second tracts appraised $466 66. Third Tract Beine whole of Lot No. four hun dred and fortv-eiirht (448) in Bereman's addition to said Incorporated VillageofAVashihgton. Third tract arturaised at $808. fourth tract Being tnewnoieoi juot numoer DODGERS, HAND BILLS, POSTERS. STATEMENTS BILL-HEADS, " LETTER-HEADS, ENVELOPES, 'CIRCULARS, CARDS, P. S. Those who cannot call on thel Doctor can consult him confidentially, I by writing to the general office, . when! they will receive, prompt attention byl mail. Address EDWARD FISHBLATT, M. D. se!3 Station D, New York. JEGAL PROBATE NOTICE. JSUite of Ohio, Fayette county, ss. Probate Court. Whereas, Accounts and vouchers have been flled in the Probate Court, aforesaid, for settlement by by the Administrators of the following deceased persons, to-wii: James smith. C 1. lloaterand Marv Ann llrrttou. And by the Guardians of the following named minors, lu-wu; John W and Silas M Spurlock ; Samuel L. Smith. Notice is, therefore, herebv iriven that said ac counts and vouchers are now ou file in said Probate tonrt, being suspended for confirmation. Anv person interested, mav file written execu tions to said accounts, or any item thereof, on or ucwivweiinn aiomuty toeing me zu uayjoi septem- uw nwi, wiien uie same win ne nuauy neani. J. U. PR1DDY, Probate Judge. August 7th, 1878. S9w3 PAMPHLETS, Or any work In the Printing line, ou can do better at the Herald Office than anywhere else. Eerbtirand Square Pianos, price $1,100 onlv 2A5; legant Fpright Pianos, pric $S00 onlv tloS; New Style Upright Pianos Jlla.60: )i u-ii. l':l5: Onrans. 12 stops, Ii3.60; Church Organs, IB stops, price $3U0 only US; Klegant 378 Mirror Top Organs, only $104. Buyers, come and see me at home, if I am uot as represented. Railroad Fare paid both wavs aud i-iano or organ given free Large Illustrated Newspaper with much infoimatiou about mstof rmnus anu urgans sent free. Please address oowa ataniki. bkattv, Washington, N. J. Blanks of all Kinds A' FULL LINE OF MERCHANTS' STATIONERY, CARDS, WEDDING NOTE AND ENVELOPES ETC., -ETC, Always on promptly. hand and printed to order 1jJLI AV1S SEE' ' US. four hundred and forty-nine (449) in Bereman's ltion to said Incorporated V ulage Adelit iugton Fourth tract appraised at f 250- of Wash- Fifth Tract Being a fractional lot and num bered live hundred and liftv-four (5M1 in Charles O. Stevens' addition to said 'Incorporated Village of w asninc-ton. r urn tract appraised at $ luu. Sixth Tract Being a fractional lot and num bered five hundred and ninety-five (595) in Charles O. Stevens' addition to said Incorporated Village of Washington. Sixth tract appraised at 1150. For a more particular description of all of said lots reference is hereby made to the recorded plats of the Incorporated Village of Washington,: and the several additions herein referred to. ; Terms op Sale One-third in hand on dav of sale, one-third in six months and one-third in twelve months from day of sale; the deferred pay ments to bear interest from day of sale, and be se cured by mortgage on the premises sold. JOUX I). STUCKEY. Administrator of Samuel W.Stuckey dee'd. MPs u i? r vnv TX JLlkJ. Ill XU UlJLli MILLINERY. Summer StocK at Cost. Dress-Making DONE WITH PROMPTNESS AND GOOD STYLE. M. Willard, Atfy. 37w5 SMOLANDER'S Extract' Buchn! GREAT . CURATIVE COMPOUND, Is a sure, quick remedy for all diseases of the Kidners, Bladder-and Urinarv Or gans, existing either in male or female. As, .Irrita tion. Inflammation, or Ul ceration of-the Kidneys and Bladder, tiravel, stone in the Bladder, Reddish or Brick-dust Sediment in the Urine. Thick, . Cloud v or Ropy Urine, Painful Orin ating, Bedwetnng, Mucus and Involuntarv Dis charges, Morbid Irritation of Bladder and Urerh.vCrironic Catarrh of Blad der, Suppression, Retention or Incontinence of Urine aud Sexual organs. , Thousands can attest to its wonderful curative properties in these diseases. For Nervous lebility, with all its gloomy at tendants Dizziness, Loss of Memory, Low Spirits, etc, it is a soverigu remedy. SMOLANDER'S BUCHU buoys np the enerva ted system, imparting new life and vigorous ac tion,'the whole svsteui becoming strengthened and invigorated BK SI-RE AXn ASK FOR SMOLANDER'S BrCHT, Insist iifMM hariitt it, anil tale no other. PRICK $1 00; SIX BOTTLES, $5.00. For sale liv Healers generally, and at wbolsale by West . Tar ax, Toledo, Stkonu & Cobb, Cleve land, and R. Jones A SON, Columbus, O. 3S u 4 JJOAD NOTICE. . Notice is hereby given that a petition will be presented to the 'uiiunissioners of Fayette county, at their next regular session, to be held on the tlrst Monday in ptemlM'r, 1STS, prayinj; for the esth lishmeut of a county road along the following de scrilxMl route: Beginning at a ioint in the Blwminphurjr and White Oak improved nad, where the line Mwwn the lantls of .lane Haines ami Susan Baldwin crosses said roatl, and running in a northwesterly direction (.about north &2 decrees west) with the line between said Haines and llaldwin, the line between Baldwin and Win. Jones, the Hue between Win.. Jones and .John and Kliza Stitt, the line lo tweeu iTCorjfe Holland and Jtthn and Kl.za Stitt, the line btween Noah Jones and .Uhn and Klixn Stitt, the line lietwwn Noah Joqw and Felix Mc Lean, the line between M. W. Jooe and -19 t; Morris, ami the line between 1. Morris and .lohu Hide, to DanvilleimpmvtHl roatl. July 24, W7S. 37w ...JOllX 8TITT, inn Parsons' Piroativk' Pills make' New hiikmI, and will eomparalively change the blool ii, nr rmirp syniein ill tnree Rich re sy.tein 111 thmi iiii,ntlm lv ittiuin who will take 1 pill eaoh night from 1 to Ii weeks may be restored to sound health, if such a thing be iHissible. Sent by mail for letter stamps. tVu-U 1 lltllVkllV U. , , U. 3 THE CINCINNATI Collegiate School Fits thoroughly for the best Colleges and for life. Boys are received at seven years of age. Mr. Babiu takes a few bovs in his own family where th have bis immediate supervision. Catalogues seul 4Mi application. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN Cutting and Fitting TERM S STRICTLY CASH. E O O M 8 FIRST OVER NATIONAL sstf BANK. J. S. FOSTER. B. H. SMITH. FOSTER & SMITH, Successors to FOSTER, STALET AXD VIAL REAL ESTATE BUSINESS. Have located in the room formerly occupied by - Patrons and Farmers Association, YEOMAN'S BLOCK, Wli lug; ton C O. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF SEL ling Lands in Fayette and adjoining counties. We have now on our books a good line of Farms Wk Furnish Free Transportation to purchasers looking after land in our vicinity. Also give prompt attention to selling town property aud collecting rents on leased property. WE II AVE FOR SALE NOW A Stock of DryUootU, that we sell at panic-pricks; also, a very large and well-selected Slock of Glassware, that surprises ever v body when we tell the prices. Buggy llnrnesa, single se.ta, rang ing from $11 to T2a. Double Harness at $20 per set. Riding Bridles, SOc. each ; Hitch and Hanie Straps very low. - WE Have Both Nw and Secondhand Buggies and Carriages, that we will sell or trade. If you want to see a tine stock of Cro mos, very cheap, go to Foster & Smith. Ladies, call at Foster fc Smith's Store, if you want to see something uice. PERSONS wishing anything in our line will find it greatly to their advantage to call and see us. Regular Auction every Saturday . FOSTER & SMITH. O f ATI CS The highest honor at all J IX Vwl Mif J World's Exhibitions. The Litut t atalogi es and CIR-1 Lars, with new styles, reduced prices and much information, sent free. Mason A Uamlln Okoah Co., Boston, Near lurk, or ihioaga. iamr4