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GENERAL WILLIAMS AND OUR
The last iftsne of the .0 wensboro Shield
contains an'atlicie personal loathe editor
of this paper which demands something
more than, passing notice at our hand.
"We have no personal acquaintance with
the editor of. ;tha S&iefcJbut,- until the
last issue of his paper, presumed him
to be a gentleman. The presumption
was erroneous. We shall engage inno
controversy with.him. "e cannot af
ford to stoop to his leveL As he is the
intrument used by General "Williams
to put in printu falsehood that person
has been M4ailingJ)y word of mouth all J
over the State, right here is about as
good a time and place as may present
itself to. hurl it back into his teeth.
In regard to WnxiAMs' assaults upon
the press at Burlington. Flemingaburg,
MaysvHle,iGlasgow; and Owenton, we
have the words of .the 'reporters of the
Cincinnati Enquirer, Commercial, and
Gaxtte, and the,elitors of the Coving
ton Journal' and Covington Advertiser,
Flemingsburg Jkmoanatf "Slays ville, Ea
gle, BuUe$n; "and Republican, Glasgow
Times,QtomontXeus,&c. All of these
editors are ' gendemendof high, social
standing: gentlemen, all, of unimpeach
able veracity. -
'The editor, df theHERALD don't like
' 'General "Williams,, because, as a mem
"ber of the Legislature, he voted to ex
"elude him from a seat as a reporter,
"for some tirade: of abuse he heaped
"upon a member of the Legislature from
"Covington, in oneof his letters to the
"Good Templar's Advocate."
General "WiGliasis "belongs to that
class of falsifiers in whom the habit of
prevarication has taken the form of a
disease, and "become" chronic, else he
would be more careful of the unities in
inventing his fabrications. The Jour
al of jthe last House of Representatives
will amply prove the falsity of the
'above, "We were not. a reporter in the
Legislature. We have not been inside
the State-house at Frankfort except
onceattending a convention since the
winter of 1859-60. We had noibusi
ness with the last Legislature, did not
go near it, and consequently no mem
ber of that body had occasion, to vote
as General "Wnj.TAMq'says he voted, to
. our discomfiture; -Jf any one feels suf
cient interest in the'niatter to consult the
records of the last House, they will dis
cover that it adopted a resolution cen
suring U3 for denouncing, over our prop
er signature, one of its members as -a
liar, slanderer and scoundrel, who had
asserted in a speech from his place on
the floor, "that no respectable woman
belonged to the Order of Good Tcm
plart in Kentucky." And the records
further show that General Williams
rotcdagaintt that resolution of censure.
We have heretofore abstained from par
tf cularizingJthe grounds of our opposi
tion to Williams, because in doing
so we -would have to show up .his real
character, and ,we did, not care, to make
a peg upon which he could hang even
the shadow of a charge of private mal
ice on ourpart against him. "But since
he ii going about circulating infamous
falsehoods about us, of which theaboye'
is the least harmful, we propose next
week to tell, the people of Kentucky
an we Knoweabout Uenerai John B,
A Louisville woman applied for a
situation as streetcar driver." In 'renl v
to the inquiry' whether she thqughtshe
could' manage a pair of mules, with a
disd&njful .tossoif the head she said,
"Of course I can. TVe had two hus
Mr..Beecheb thinks, the wickedest
thing hvthe world is to thump a, child
on the head.. He is correct The ho-
liest thing is to thump it on the other
A Paducah man mis been snatched
from a drunkard's grave twenty-two
times. Since' the municipal election the
other day, he has been .going on as if he
wanted to be snatched some more.
Beecher preached last Sundav on
"The Stiffness, of Modern itorality'
His practice of that sort of morality is
what visited him with the uit now
progressing in the Brooklyn city court.
is the popular melody with the dogs
and cats of serenading proclivities in
tne neighborhood of our lodgings.
There lives in the vicinity of Eliza-
bethtown a widower who declares that
nothing reminds him of his poor, dear,
departed wife so much as to live within
ear-shot of a saw-mill, during a busy
A young lady of Litchfield took a
trip u ixiuisvilleand back, and for six
weeks refused to speak to any of her
iemaie cnums oecause they hadn't trav
Thebe is quite a disparity in age be
tween Senator Jones, of Nevada, and
his wife. She is eighteen, pretty, and
pert. He is .forty-four years and S25,
j IS PUBLISHED
ERY WEDNESDAY MORNING,
IS TUB TOWS OP
HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KESIUCRFr
BY C"' .
JOHN P. BARRETT& CO.,
T t AT THE PRICE OP
3TTico Dollars a Year in Advcmce.1$&.
Job work of every description dona with
neatness and dispatch, at city prices. .'V e hare
a fnlt line of job types, and solicit the patronage
of the business community. P iL
WEDNESDAY, MARCrl7. 1875.
JNO. P. BARRETT, Local Editor.
Money is scarcer than religion in these;
. There will 'be more tobacco cultivated
in Ohio county this season than ever was
known before. '
"We get up better and cheaper Block"
bills than any establishment in the Green
Farmers, remember that it it not Williams
Brothers' shop that put up the thin slab plow
with maleable clevis.
The singing-class, at the Methodist
church last Sabbath afternoon, was large
Williams Brothers' have a fine lot ot plows
to sell for eash, and will do all work in their
line cheap. All work warranted.
W. H. Williams, the popular and en
ergetic merchant, has erected a new Shed
oyer the frontdoor of his store house, so
as to have his store cool; and comfortable f
his customers during the coming Hot
weather, lie is the livesl man in Ken-,
tacky, and will buy anything you have to
sell, at a fair price. Call and ece for
Our young friends, Wells & Wil -
Hams, have a new sign over their door,
which looks quite neat and taty. They
propose to enlarge it soon and they will
then have the most attractive eign in town.
They are enterprising young men, and
are succeeding well. By the way; they
keep an assortment of the best pocket
knives in the market. We know this, for
we have tried one.
L. J. Lyon has bought the corner lot
opppoeite the Hartford House, and is bus
ily engaged in building him a store-house
thereon. We are glad to see some one
with nerve and courage enough to com
mence rilling up the old burnt district
with new buildings. Dandy has an eye
to business and is just the man to "go in
lemons if he does get squeezed." He has
selected the best point in town for selling
goods, and his already extensive trade
will be considerably enlarged when he
gets over to his new stand.
There has been for some time a tremen
dous drift in Rough Creek just above the
lock and dam. It was four hundred
yards long and matted together very thick
A great many boats and rafts passed
down during the recent rise, and. the hands
on tnem combined together to the num
ber of one hundred' men or over, and. at
last accounts theyi were in a lair way to
get the drift broken loose. This drift
has kept thousands of dollars back from
our county at a timewticn 'ir-was sorely
"We notice that the old-fashioned "spell
ing matches ' have been revived at the
eastern end of the State, and the good
people old, middle-aged, young, of botl
sexes, and all professions and callings-
are having "Jashins" of fun Whv can't
we of Hartford, join in the frolic? Ltt's
get up a spelling-match. We can ofier a
prize of Webster's or Worcester's una
bridged dictionary to the best speller, and
by an admission charge of, 6ay a dime,
at the door, soon raise money enough to
furnish our Sunday-Schools with a nice
library apiece. What do you say, ladies
and gentlemen, to a meeting at the court
house Saturday night to consult over the
A Train JVrecfecd.
Last Saturday night, at a point about
one-and-a-half miles this side of Owens
boro J unction, a freight train was wrecked
on the L..P. and S. W. road, caused by
the bursting of a wheel under a' stock-car
laden with hogs. .The trucks-were torn
out and dragged nearly three hundred
yards. Four box cars were' totally
wrecked. Strange as it may read, yet it
is a fact that, although these "cars were
loaded with cattle and hogs, and were
torn all to pietes and "piled in a heap"
only one hog was killed, and. another had
a leg broken. It was three o'clock Sun
day afternoon before the track was cleared
of the.debri6 and repaired sufficiently to
allow the safe passage .of trains.
.Brothers B'erryman and Others:
have read .your call in the Herald.
am ready to do all that 1 can for the
glory of God, the glory of the church
and the salvation of souls. It never has
been my purpose to pull doWn any branch
oriiods church, but to raise the church
to which I belong and invite others to
come up higher. I am persuaded the
lectures will bring glory to God, good
to.the church, and be instrumental in the
salvation of precious souls. I will deliv
er the first lecture, Providence permitting
the drd bunday in this month, at 10
o'clock, a., m. We will, take "up the 5th
article. first. "The Holy Scripture," and
continue through the week, at night only.
All are invited to attend.
B. A. Cc.NDtFr.
Hartford, Ky., March 6th 1S75.
We are gratified to announce that Capt,
OyP.Jolinson. is erecting a.wool-carding
factoryon'llie creek' above UWn, near the
Mr. Henry Armendt, jr., has recently
been appointed Us-S. Ganger. We can
cheerfully Say that a more efficient and
appropriate selection could not have been
We have: had all sorts ofjveatber since
Friday evening rain predominating. A
few more days like yesterday cleari
sunshiny and windy and our farmers
can start , their teamfefifield with some
hope of getting their corn in early.
Local news is scarcer than hen's teeth.
There hasn't been a murder, a light, a fire,
an elopement, or anything whatever to
create a ripple ejnee our last issue. ,Our
county is as quiet 'as a young woman
watting for her joe to pop the question.
-Slarrlage; Licenses. - -
The following is a list of the marriage li
censes issued for the two weeks ending
March 13, 1875.
James G. Fielding and Miss Hannah II.
thapman. - . -
RifchardtS.tBaker. and Missi&aggie.E.
Charles D. Ralph and Miss Millie E
Jonathan E. Bui deb and Miss Susan F.
Shelby S. Southard and "Mies Eliza Wakefield-Charles
Johnson and Miss Sallie A. Am
James A. Baird and Miss Mary A Tal
Virgil Lindley and Sarah Brown. r
Plows and Cultivators.
In, our perambulations around town the
-other day, we happened to. step into the.
work-shop of our old friends, J. P. Tracy
k Son. Everything wore the appearance
of business. We noticed several plows
stocked, or in process of stocking. One,-"
n particular, auraciepouraueiuion. ii
is a large rounder, and is stocked in bet
ter, stronger, and in more tasty style than
any plow we ever saw. It would do our
Granger brethren good to look at it, and
it would beji pleasure to follow- such a
plow rigged'off with a suitable team. We
also noticed a new cultivator', which is
said to be excellent for plowing in oats,
and saves half the time. By taking but
the front .teetb, it would be a splendid
thing to cultivate coriis We would be
glad, to see our farmers try this new cul
tivator, for, after a careful examination,
we feel assured it will do good work.
Annual Meeting ol the O. V. A,
JI. A. Election ot Officers.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Ohio County Agricultural and
Mechanical, Association was held at the
court house last Saturday. Thirty-seven
shares of stock was represented in the
meeting. The Treasurer's report showed
the total indebtedness to be about $750,
and the assetts on hand about $300, leav
ing the net indebtedness, $450. The fol
lowing officers were elected for the ensu
President, Z. W. Griffin; Vice Presi
dents, A. B. Baird and J. Warren' Bar-
nett; Secretary, S. K. Cox; Treasurer
las. A. Thomas. Directors. William
Graves, A C. Ellis, V. D D. Stevens, W.
I. Rowe, John Midkiff, J. F. Carson and
J. P. Barrett.
The meeting was adjourned to meet at
the court house in Hartford on Saturday,
June 12, 1875, at which time every stock
holder is requested to present
Hard Times, Come Again no
All persops desirous of securing useful,
honorable, and highly profitable employ.-
ment, adapted to. persons or any age, sex,
:l . 1 r" . i
ur social poBiuun, entirely iree irom com
petition, and without limit, should read
the story of a poor mechanic who, while
in bad health, without means, and with
a family on .his hands, discovered a busi
dees in which he made a fortune in a few
years, ana tens so piaiuiy now it was
dope, that any one who' reads his narra
live can be equally successful. Com
menced in the number for January, 1875.
(now ready) of the JPopular Journal,
large forty column literary paper, filled
with the choicest productions of Ameri
can! and foreign authors. Magnificent
list of costly premiums. Sent three
months on trial for twenty-five centa.
Address fturna2Company, Lawrenceburg,
Transfers of Real Estate.
The following is a list of the real, estate
transfers, lodged for record for the two
weeks ending March 13, 1875:
Mrs. Mary Morris to James L. Morris,
.one-fourth of a tract of land on Caney
creeK. ixmsiuerauon casn, $1UU,
John R. Austin to Dr. W. J. Berry, 145
acres of land on Muddy Creek. Consid
eration cash. 1.000.
M. Brown to Dr. W. J. Berry, 35 acres of
jana on uie jaorgantown road. Con
eideration cash, 600.
L. M. Statler to Ignatius P. Statler, 273
acres of land in. District No. 9. Con
sideration, Sl.u'JU 5U.
Thos. J. Smith, S. O. C.to Abram Kahn,
not acres ol land on Indian Camp,
Consideration cash, $91 68.
F. M. binclair to Frank Allen and wife
oi acres ol land in Caney Precinct.
Consideration cash, $36 75.
J. D. Gordon to G. W. Gordon, 30 acres
of land near Rockport. Consideration
Dr. John E. Pendleton and Mrs. Pendle
ton to L. J. Lyon, lot in Hartford, op
posite the Brick Hotel, 34 by 20 feet
Samuel R. Cope to Jacob C. Stewart,
24 acres of land on Indian Camp. Con
sideration cash, $125.
William Tanner to John U. Tanner, 64
acres of land on Rough creek. Con
sideration, $451 50.
W. H. Rice to F. M. Sinclair, 75 acres of
land. Consideration, $625.
Frank Allen to F. M. Sinclair. 17 acres
of laud. Consideration, ?174.
OUR ROCKPORT LETTER.
Rockport Ky., Mar. 16.
A COOD JUDGE OF. A NEWSPAPER.
Editor Herald: If you deem this let
ter worthy of a place in your paper, you
may print it, for I want to see how a let
ter ot my writing will appear'in print.
First, I want o say a word for the pa
per. ltis the, neatest and mostjeaaaoie
country paper I ever saw. You must
have really a competent corps both of
editors and of printers, and I felicitate the
citizens of Ohio county upon having such
an exponent of its interests and advocate of
its rights. No county in my knowledge.
has near such a paper. People of Ohio
county, sustain your paper, itMs eminent
ly worthy of your confidence and patron
age. Support it by your subscriptions;
and if you have anything to sell, or if you
want anything, advertise through its me
dium.. Your county needs just such a
.means of communication with the outer
world. Devoted to your interests; it is
bold in its advocacy. Where is' there a
county richer in minerals an"d Ores and
timber; -useful for all manufacturing pur
poses, than Ohio? Where is there a coun
ty with more surplus land ,.lhat is now
only a source of tax, and daily "deprecia
ting for the want of proper attention? Ad
vertise your minerals .and, farms, and
draw men of capital and farmers of expe
rience and intelligence amongyou, and
thus place Ohio county in her proper
position before the world.
"p. R.'' AND JIR. ROCK.
P. B.,'of this place, seems to be hard
on W. H. Rock. .1 don't think he meant
to be. He seems'to'me on the other hand
to rather flatter himself that he was only
wjdening the breach between Rock and
the party for which he, fought so long
and from which he had received such un
fair usage. Mr. Hock is a man of a good
deal of intelligence, and is heartily wel
come to throw his influence with us.Demc
crats. Come over, brother, come over
and help. us to kill the lot fatted calf.
KOCEPORT IS IMPROVING
fast for such hard times. Several new
buildings are already built and occupied,
and there are others in the course of erec
tion. Business is brisk here by what I
have seen it in other places.
One night last week the store of Mr.
John Dougherty was visited by some per
son name not known. The moneydraw-
er waa rifled, andacouple of pairs Of pan
taloons 'failed to come to time next morn
ing. .Respectfully, ' Bdfokd:
SPRING LICK ITEMS.
SpRtKo Lick, March 16, 1875.
THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK.
The coming political contest is creating
but little enthusiasm in this county. In
pursuance to the request of the executive
committee of the State, a. convention will
be held in Leitchfield on the 4th Monday,
proximo, for the purpose of appointing
delegates to the Democratic State conven
tion, at Frankfort on 6th of May. Ab
there is so little said abont the aspirants
for the various offices, we will not attempt
to foreshadow the result of our county
convention but so far as our knowledge
extends wc think the Hon. Jas. B. Mc
Creary is certainly the first choice of this
county for.Governor, and J. C.U nderwood
Occasionally we hear of a prospective
candidate for legislative honors. Only
two, we believe, out of the number who
are .offering themselves' as sacrifices on
the political altar, have officially declared
their intention to remain iu the canvass
until the August election. We were in
formed, a few days ago, that Dr. A. R.
Byers had some aspirations in this direc
tion. The Doctor is a very prominent
and popular gentleman in our county,
and if he should become a candidate he
will receive the hearty support of many
voters at the August election. We regret
that his political record don't accord with
our own 'and the popular record of this
county; but it is our opinion that the old
issues will be ignored pretty generally the
coming campaign, and new ones substitu
ted therefor. So mote it be.
REV. L. B. D1TIS0N
held quarterly meeting at our church on
last Saturday and Sunday. We regret
that his congregation was so small, bnt
this is easily accounted for when we men
tion the fact that this community is not'
much on the church-going principle. His
discourse Sunday on the" Baptism of
Christ was an able effort, replete with ar
gument. and sound logic, and 'elicited the
undivided attention of bis' congregation.,
BAIL AT LAST,
Alex. Carvill, who was some days ago
tried before Esquire JEskridge on the
charge of carry ing concealed deadly weap
ons, convicted, and failing to give bond
was committed to jail, on last Saturday
gave bond for his appearance at our cir
cuit court He was released from the
THE FARMERS GET A SET-BACK.
But for the rain Friday night and Sat
urday morning, the 'farmers hereabouts
would make considerable progress this
week In pitching their crops. A great
many had commenced sowing oats, and
plowing for corn, but the rain has caused
a suspension in their progress. So they
will have to wait now till the ground gets
in order before th'ey can resume their
LETTER FROM ROSINE.
Rosine, Ky , March 16.
A GOOD START OFF.
Editor Herald: 1 have observed let
ters from other parts of the county in
vour nnhle rtflrtpr. und thinking it nrnklilA
j i i o -- r i
that some of your readers would like to
hear from the little town of Roaine, I
have concluded to "drop you a few lines"
n default of a-better scribe.
DEECRIPTION OF'THE TOWN. '
Rosine is located ten miles east of Hart
ford on the L. P. & S. W. railroad. It
contains 60 inhabitants, 3 dry-goods
stores, 1 drug store, and 1 blacksmith -sliop,
all of which are doing a good trade,
considering the hard times.
A NEW DOCTOR.
Our highly esteemed friend,N. J. Rains,
who has teen at Louisville attending the
Medical School, has returned with M. D.
attached to his name. We wish him un
bounded success in. his profession.'
Yours Respectfully,. L. S, C.
We will be pleased to hear from Ro
sine every week. Editor.
1 1 . i
MORSE S rUART March 2, 1875, at the
residence of.D. H. Westbury, Rochester, N. T.,
07 Rev. Jos. Tl' Page. Mr. C.'E.'Moase to
Miss Mast E.- Stuabt.
llere's lack, old friend only, for gracious'
sake, don't let them be rtd-kcaded.
GRUELLE GRAY Near ITorlhlngton,
Minnesota, on Sunday, March 7, 187i, by Rev,
J. W. Lewis, Mr. Tuo3. M Gruill'e to Mies
Addik T. Geat. '
Tommy is the youngest the Benjamin of
onr tribe. We are glad that he has chosen the
'''better part" in. his young manhood. He is a
good boy and she is a -good girl, and may a
good Providence watch' over' and guard and
guide them, and spare them to each other
"onto the allotted soore."
Mr. Peter Polly was born In the fort near
Danville, Ky., March 3. 1780. and died at the
residence of his son-in-law, Li B. Cooper, id
Ohio county, Ky., February 25,- 1675. aged
nearly 95 years. Mr. Polly moved to Daviess
county, Ky., in the year 1837, where he re
mained as a oitiien until the year 1863; when
on account of his" own advanced age, and the
death of some of the members of his family, he
desisted from house-keeying. After this he
spent about- two years with ' Elitabeth Clark,
in Daviess county, thence he went to Webster
county, where he remained two years, thence
to L. D. .Cooper's, la Ohio county, where be
remained until death. In 1839 he made a
profession of faith in Christ,; and became a
member of the Baptist Church, in which
Church he remained as an acceptable member.
until the olose of his earthly career:
R. D. Bexsett.
The wheat has not been iniured bv the
late cold snaps, is our information from
all parts of the county, and the crop bids
fair. to be large and bountiful.
HARTFORD RETAIL' MARKETS.
Correclea Weekly "by Win: II.IVIlilHinK.
Hartford; Er;, March 9, 1875.
Apples, dred, bush $100
Apples, green; push.... 75-1 25
Bacon, B lb...... 15
Beat8.$bush- 'l 25 1.50
Brooms, doz. 2,40 3 50
Butter, $ ft 15 20
Candies, J ft 25 40
r .j i v iv
isuuuiea, tu zo
Coffee, ft 25 28
Cheese, lb 25 28
Crackers. $ ft , 15 25
Coal oil, galnon 30 36
Chickens, $ doz 1 50 1 75
Corn, barrel 3.00 .
.bggs, $s doz...f 10 10
Furs, raccoon . 40. 50
Furs, mink...... 1.00 1 75
Flour, $ 'barrel...'.....;.... 6 00 7 00
Hominy,) lb, 4
Hay, 4 100 ft 75
Aides, green, salted, lb 6($
Hides, dried flint, ft.... 10
Lard, B lb 20
Lard oili3 gallon 1 25
Lime13 barrel. 1 50
Meal, bolted, bushel.... 75
Meal, unbolted, bushel 75
Molasses, a gallon 75 1 00
Mackerel, kit. 1 50 2 00
Mackerel,, $ barrel., , 8 5010 00.
nans, tj Keg, iua a
Oysters, Tfr can.
Onions, parrel i 5
Potatoes, lrisb, j3 bushel. 1
Peaches, dried, bushel. 1
Rice, 13 ft. .
Salt, $ barrel 2
i.ugar, iN. o.-n
Sugar, C, ft
Sugar.crushed pow'd, ft'
Soap, $ ft
Soda, $ lb ;
Tar, $ gallon 50
leas, id....;.,m 1-OU
Tobacco, manufae'd, $ ft 75
AUHUST ELECTOR,. 1875.
Auditor Public Accounts.
Fayette Hawltt. of ifnrdin
didata for the office nf Aurllfar nf- PnMl A
roanta at the August election, 1875. Subject
u toe action .01 me uomocrauo convention
called fur Hay 6, 1873.
Register of the lJuid OHce,
,C. J. Ilinkle, of Shelby county is a candi
date for Register of the Land Offio. Subject
10 me action 01 me uemocrane rarty.
Wanted to borrow $3,000 for two or three
jears, 'for which ten per cent. Interest will be
paid payable semi-annually -note to be das
if interest is not 'uromDtlv naid. and will se.
euro the lender by a mortgage on real estate;
an! as ah additional security will gire him to
hold as collateral real estate lien notes worth
at least $6,000. Address "MONEY," care
herald omce, iiaruora, ivy.
Notice is hereby given .that at the May alec
tion to be held on the 1st day of May, 1875,
in District No, 7. Ohio eonntr. Kr. at the
courthouse" in Hartford, a poll will be opened
jut me purpose vi laaing me sense or tne legal
voters in said district unon the rironositian
whether or not spirituous or malt liquors tball
1 ..1 : - 1 .,.
U BU1U iu oiu uisfcncu
TH0F. J. SMITII,
Sheriff of Ohio County,
March 13, 1875.
SALE OR RENT-
As aeent of Bonner & DuC I desire to sell
or rent the old "Crow Farm," on Hall's creek,
containing two hundred and ten acres. Terms
liberal. JOHN P. BARRETT,
Buys a Genuine WAtnuw
Wat, In a 01. coin tllrtt
hontlBr cut. 8.b4 tor mi
new luBicnufa rnm Lttt,
ccw 1 imiidm VilOCKV, iaie.
Wltchu.&e. Cf Kirrw n-.
ticl.BrirrmBted. Good ink
or. ijrs v. v.u.. (aiject.
tf dMlnd), to .lamiuutea
Bd approval fafon parlac.
f . u r-7.,ii. .J
WJt. K. GREGORY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Prompt attention civen to the collection of
claims. Office in he courthouse.
JESSR E. FOGLK.
W. X. ftWFEXKT,
FOC.LE A SWEEXEY,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W,
Will practice their profession in Ohio and
adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals.
Office on Market street, near courthouse
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
' Collections Promipiltj AUeiided to
Office on Marbet itrerf- nvm M.n.v'. tin
JOHN P. BARRETT,
A1 T T,0R NE Y AT LAW',
and Real Estate Agent,
Promnt attention plvm tn thm Mllttnn nf
claims. Will hay, sell, lease, or rent lands or
mineral privileges oq reasonable terms. Will
nmo ueeas, mortgages, leases, ic, ana at
tend td listlnr and rtavinp Lit, nn land.
longing to pon-resident.
r. r. JioRois, o. c. wiosiaa.
MORGAN 4k WEDDING,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W,
(Office west of courthouse over HardwlckA
Will practice in inferior and superior courts
of this commonwealth
bpecial attention given to cases in bank
F. P. Morgan is also examiner, 'and will
take depositions correedj will be ready to
oblige all parties at all times.
BtSBT D. UCHENRT, . BXU. E. HILL.
XctlEXRY & niXL,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT t A W
Will practice in Ohio and adjoining counties'.
and in the Court of Appeala of Kentaeky.
E. D. WALKER,
X. C. HCBB1KD.
A 2 TORNE YS AT LA y,
&2ID SJUL ESTATE .GEXT3,
JOHN C- TOWNS END.
(Formerly County Judge,):
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice. in all the courts of Ohio county
and the circuit courts of the 5th judicial dis
trict, lin.'iness solicited and prompt attention
E. F. STROTHER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW:
Will practice in all the courts of Ohio county
and the circuit courts of adjoining counties.
OFFICE upstairs oyer JJ. W. Lewis' old
una. qoiu tt
B. P. BERRYMAN,
Coats,' Pants and Vests cut. made and re
paired in tne best style at the lowestpnees.
Plain solid 18-kt Gold Encasement and
Wedding Rings furnished to- order promptly;
auu act mugs, wim amemuu uamei, xopai,
Moss Agate, Pearl or Diamond settings. Plain
Gold 18-kt. Rings from $3 to $15 each. In or
dering,. measure the largest joint of the finger
you desire fitted with a narrow piece of paper.
buubcuu usiuo paper. 11 e loacrioa any name,
motto, er date free of charge. Rings sent by
mail on receipt of price, or by express, with
bill to collect ontdelirery of goods. .Money
may "be sent safely by Express, Post-office
Money urder, or registered Letter.
Refer to. George W. Sain.
C. P. BARNES & Bro-
Jewelers, Main st.,bt. fith k 7 th, Louisrille.Ky .
The Hartford Seminary,
The Fourth session of this school, under the
eontrol of J. K. Haynes, Principal, and Miss
Emma Haynes, Assistant, will commence on
Monday, February 22, 1375, and continue for
Terms Pes' Session.
Primary Department $10 00
Junior 15 00
Senior 20 00
German (extra) 5 00
No contingent fee.
German children will not be charged for Ger
One half of the tuition fee to be paid in ad
ranee, and the remainder when the session is
J. E. HAYNES, Prineipal,
Fadiioncible Barber and Hair Cidter,
Shop, on Market, street, over J. W. Lewis
store, where he prepared to da ill kinds of
wur in nis line. nol tf
If too wsnt a eood flock at mndenteL
price, send for oar new illustrated- prio'lut "
of Seth Thoma eluoks. Clocks securely pt:ked
and.sent to; any ajdres at nur risk on receipt
of pried and fifty eenU. additio al 'tor'exprf'.i
charges. Money may be.sent' safely ky regis'
lerea ieiier or exprn.
C. P. BARNES k BRO..
JeweIers,Maln st.,M.flth 4 7th.LonirrilIe.Ky.
JOHN P. TRACY SON. '
Manufacturers and dealers In aH kinds' of
wooden coffins, Irom the fineat rosewood caskati
to I he cheapest pauper coffin. n
All kinds of coffin trimmings constantly on",
hand and for sale.' r."Vi " '
Keep a fine hearts always ready to afteni-
fnuerals. " " . , '.
Wagons and Biiggia '. : 1 - 1
constantly on hand or made to ordef. Partiet
ular attention giren to plow stocking ,
BvsK sa ssi a
Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN' x;.r
HARTFORD, KY.. r t, .ltJ
: . 1.: "
Drugs, Medicines and' Chemicals t '
. -1 j i
Fine Toilet Soaps, Fancy Hair -and TaoW.ii-
lirusn es.reriumery acar ansy loust . ,,' -Articles,
Trasses and Shoulder ' " "-
Braces, " -'L'
. t i '
Graxxlen Seed. ( ,
Purs Wines and Xlqnors for medical pBrposes.
PmnUtOikrVandsktsrIhft 'Stuffs, . ' .
Letter-paper, Pent, Ink, EnrMeAes ulaJi'
Putty, Carbon oil, Lamps' and Cntaneyal
Phrsiciana prescriptions .accurately., com-.
WM.'H; rYHXH!IH,-' rf -m
Dealer ia. . i -, - .
GROOfiKIES,; .l.':Vn.,r ;'. ,
' Sarduxure, Queensware, ,
Sots and Caps, " '?'' '' ; ' .
.i - i,..hiH. i ,-
- ' - --I I
Also dealers in . . , , .
I will Sell Terr low for cash, or iictiai' "'
for 'all kinds of country produce. MymoUol
is" Quick sales sm small profits.", not ily,,: ,
i. , Trnr
( C0U5TRT PRODUCE - ,.' .
Bought at ' i'P''
The Highest Market Srvce..
Remember the place, west side public square. .
opposite the' eoartTiouje, Hartforai'Kyi' ' r-
HARBfT ICK t NAIX, ' . " r'
-PEA LESS, ,7,
DRY G00D3, GR0CKRIB8. HATS, CAV8V'
BOOTS, SHOES, HARDWARE
Which we will sell low for eashj or exehaaga
or eountryproduce, paping tne Highest market
Opposite the. Courthouse , ;
V AUGHT 4 HUDSON,'.,. . .PsoruEToas.
'Comfortable rooms, prompt attention.4 antl.
low- prices. The traveling pabUa are respect?
laiiy lnyttea to giro us a snare ot patronage.
Every exertion made to render nests comfort
Vaught & Hudson also' run a stage twice a
day between Hartford and Bearer Dam. morn-"
Ing and evening, connecting-with, all passen
ger trains on the'L. P. A. South western riiN
road. Passengers.set down wherever (hey de
All taxpayers of Ohio count who ban nek
paid their taxes fur the year 1824, are hereby
notified that if they da not pay the saeu oa or
before the 25th of March, 1375. they wUlhave,
to pay a fire per cent, penalty Id addition.'
to the amount due- and also eosts of lery
commission, Aofor I caanat wait Knger. Iav
mediately after that time, I will publish In th
Hasttokd HiaiLn, a list of air toe delinquent
taxpayers an my b&oks,n J will eJreulate tt alt
orer th ouitj. Thar is. not a taxpsyex on,
my lilt that oonld net hay paid up by IhU
time, and It they will refuse, or aegl. tt ta pay.
up, I wast tke pablieto know it, and knm
who they are. IboaewkQ wast to sara th.nw
salves the fir per sent, penalty, and the mor-
tificatlon and disgrace of haying thair n.njea
puWWred to the world es illino,ant txpay-
ers, has) fcttUr pay np at one.
TIl'JS, 3. SMITH,
Sheriff of Obl iConnty
Hartford, Ky., March , 1873, nnl03w
IIARTFQRtt XOBOE. 0. 12. ,1. t. G. T.
Meets rerularlj' erery Tbnrdir evening in
Taylor's Hall. Transient members of tXo
Order are cordially Invited to' 'atlrnd.
JonT-. BHrTT, W. P.T:
Wallace (Jrcellk, W.fceoy.