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WCI.VnS.VY, 31.1 Y 19, IM75.
ME'IOriMTK' stati: ticket.
j.uie it. ;icnuAR,
uf Madison county.
aous c. oncutruon.
of Warren county.
tsiom.vm ".. ;xos.
J-t McCrackcn couuiv.
n. iiuiv.vn .smith.
f Owen count.
JAMUS W. TATE.
f Franklin county.
For Superintendent f Public Instruction,
II. A. M. Ili:MKlt)i(.Y.
of Bourbun county.
For lUciMer ()f Land OfiVe.
TIIOJIAM I. JIARITJ1.
or Lawrence couuty.
We bold it to bo abolutely essential to the
prcservati -n f the liberties of the citizen', that
the several States f hall be maintained in all
their rights, dignity and equality, as the most
eompl-te and reliable administration of their
own domestic concerns, anu me surcsi uuiwaras
eziin't anti-renublicn tendencies. Every
attempt on the part of the Federal Government
In exercise a iotrcr not iieieiratea to it in tne
('onttitution, or to exercise a delegated power
in any manner not therein prescribed, is an act
M usurpation, ucraanoing the intantand un
qualified condemnation of a people jealous of
their liberties. Ana we no'd that any unenn
ptitutional interference by the General Govern
ment with the local affairs of any State to any
t ent or under any pretcne whatever should
lo at once condemned by all classes of every
section of the Union, at all such nets tend to
the destruction of onr Federal system and the
consolidation of all power in a centralized des-
BRECKINRIDGE IS DEAD!
At forty-five minutes past five o'clock
yesterday afternoon, the great spirit of
Kentucky's greatest son passed from
varth. For a week his death had been
expected every moment. lie was ful
lv aware of his critical condition. lie
knew that all hope of his recovery
had fled the breasts of his physicians
ami the members of his family. Yet he
was cheerful and content, perfectly re
signed to the Master's will. At three
o'clock he bejran to sink rapidly. He
retained his consciousness up to within
half an hour of the supreme moment.
I fe died as calmly as an infant falling to
i-lcep on its mother's breast. Ilisknight-
lv soul evacuated its fortress of llesh
with erect crest, as a soldier who honor
ably capitulates to an irri-Utiblc lorcc,
surrenders his trust, and marches out
of the citadel he was compelled to ab.m
don, but carries with him into cap
tivity the proud consciousness that he
did all of his duty before he lowered
his colors. Although he had lived a
grand life, j'ct nothing in it was pom
parable to the majestic grandeur of his
leaving it. A hero on the foughten
field, he had many a time looked sud
den death in the face with unsinking
eye and unblanched cheek. Yester
day evening, as trustingly as a little
child, with a smile wreathing his lip,
he placed his hand into that of his
Saviour, and passed unfalteringly and
, unhesitatingly into the dark waters of
the River of Death. Oh ! how that
act of Christian faith and trust became
the life it ended. God grant that we
all may be enabled to follow the exam
nle of the grand Kentuekian when we
snail ne summoned to meet hint "over
John Breckinridge is dead, and
the heart of Kentucky is desolate !
James B. McCreary, the gentleman
fated to occupy the gubernatorial chai
of Kentucky, is wise, capable, honest
sober, virtuous. When deserved, what
loftier eulogy could be pronounced up
on ain' man? W hen wisdom is his men
tor.honcsty his guide, sobriety his rule of
conduct, and virtue his practice, man
needs no adventitious aids to prosper
him in his undertaking. He is lifted
by the faultlessness of his character
above the accidents or caprices of for
tune. He is eased in mail impervious
to the arrows of envy and the shafts of
detraction. Men admire, respect, love
such a cliaracter. The ecle-tial powers
keep loving watch and ward over it.
And when the Democratic part unites
with heaven to do him honor, Johnny
Harlan may as well undertake to pull
Muldraugh's Hill up by the roots as to
The Paris True Kailudian naively
remarks that the constant abuse of the
newspapers was the cau.-e of the "bril
liant success" of General Williams at
the late convention. A proud and a
happy man will Old Soitc.iiL'M be the
day the Kenliichlan makes his "success'
visible to the naked eye.
'Tis the dog's delight just now to ca-
ler iu its innocent exuberance of spirits
ww the ncw-aiadc garden bed.
The Rochester Emhu-j Expren, ccr
tainlv tho liveliest and most readable !
paper published in York Stale, gener
ally keeps pretty accurately post3il on
Kvatucky afi'.iir.--. one of its editors be
ing a gentleman right thoroughly ac
quainted with our people and politics.
Uut when it averts that "Old Cash
Clay has joined the Kentucky Bour
bons," it shoots wide of the murk. In
the convention which General Clay at
tended, and where lie proclaimed his
adhesion to the Democratic party,
TKti Democracy of Kentucky cannot
truthfully bo classed with tho?e who
neither forget nor learn anything.
General Sorghum Williams made an
exhaustive canvass of the State as the
exponent of Bourbon ideas, basing his
claims to the gubernatorial nomination
almost exclusively upon his Confeder
ate war record. He was one of the few
Confederate soldiers who were not suf
ficiently whipped. He is not yet satis
fied with the manner in which the re
bellion panned out. He made fervid
ly inflammatory appeals to the baser
passions of those who actively partici
pated in the war on the Confederate
side, as well as those who found it
safer and more comfortable to contrib
ute their sympathy to the cause of the
South. He was indeed the Last of the
Bourho'.is. The Express is very well
aware of the result, and in the defeat
of Williams it can read the epitaph of
Bourbonism in Kentucky.
Kentucky Democrats arc fully alive
to all matters and questions that direct
ly concern them. While they will ever
be found a unit in opposition to Feder
al interference in the domestic concerns
of the States; while they demand that
the administration of national affairs
shall be conducted within the bounds
prescribed by the Federal constitution;
their more important work is to be done
right here at home. We are determined
to build up our own State. Wc intend
to make Kentucky an inviting field for
the immigrant. Wc arc indifferent
about the nationality sis well as the re
ligious and political creed of those who
come among us, if they only bring with
them thrift, industry, and a disposition
to build up instead of destroying the
prosperity of the State. We have no
room or ue for political adventurers
from the North and Fast, as wc have
enough and to spare of that kind of
weed, of native growth. Those who
yet linger among the graves of tho late
war, employing their time m commit
ting to memory the epitaphs, and breath
ing charnel smells as though they were
delicious perfumes, arc very few with
us, and arc as impotent and harmless
as the ghost of the slain. Our people
no longer talk war, speak war, nor vote
war. With us the past is past, and there
is not an ex-Confederate in Kentucky
who possesses sense enough to crawl
out of the creek when he falls in, who
would recall it. In our party councils
ex-Confederate and ex-Federal meet on
precisely the same ground, all their
feelings and aspirations being identical
and all looking to the future devel
opment and prosperity of our native
State. Wc have neither the time nor
the inclination to engage in wranglings
about the late war. We had only the
ghost of the Bourbon clement amongst
ua and an exceedingly dim and ill-de
fined shade it was. The late State con
vention laid it most effectually. The
defeat of Williams was its death-knell.
The nomination of progressive, liberal
hearted, wie-brained McCrkary was
its coffin. Its funeral will occur on the
first Monday in next August.
A young buck from a neighboring
town took a Hartford girl out riding
the other evening. Once fairly out of
town he seized one of her hands and be-.-an
squeezing it, when he was brought
up with a round turn by her exclaim
ing: "Let go that hand, Mister! I don't
want any of your Beaver Dam foolish-
ness around me!"
T.VLMAtiE says: "Brooklyn to-dav
eats scandal, drinks scandal, talks scan
dal, swears scandal, lies scandal and
sleeps scandal." And he might have
added, moulds candle, sells candle, buys
candle, lights eandlc.Jsiiufls candle, and
blows candle out.
Mohammedans do not admit old wo
men to their Paradise. They think it
would be very 1114)10:13111 to have a lot
of skinny old angels in spectacles pol
ing around for an opportunity to pick
up bits of celestial scandal.
ULD ccrro uoruo, 111 ine las
speech he made before the meeting of
theStatecoiivention.exehiimed: "I will
be the next Governor of Kentucky,
just as certain as Romeo founded
Now, that there is no longer any oc-
casion for secrecy, won't Mr. Si-inner
, be kind enough to tell 11 t hat the two
I initial of hi name rcnllv are?
RADICAL STATE COXI'EXTIOa. J
liielv utiilfef.iteLenvcn'.i Hiiwem-j
bled at Lo.ii-.viIh- I.m T bar-hy, and
nominated candidates, for tho several '
btatoollicosjexeepit'nt of Superintend
ent of rublic In-jtruetioii. A bout four
hundred delegates were in attendance.
It was tho mot solemn assemblage that
ever met in our commercial metropolis
outside of a funeral occasion. Sad eyes
looked mournfully into eye that were
sadder yet, for the glad bird of hope
was singing in no heart there. They
saw nothing in the past to inspire them
nothing in the future to cheer them.
They were as shipwrecked people c:nt
on a barren, sandy island, far out of
the track of commerce, with a leaden
and sombre sky overhead, while around
them as far as their aching eyes could
see the black and angry waters aro furi
ously but impotenly striking at the face
of the storm with their inky arms.
General Jack Bunsby Finnell, of
Covington, smole a ghastly smile as he
called the mourners to order in a sepul
chral voice, and in thc-toues of a dying
swan proposed Help-me-Cassius-or-I-
Sink Goodloe for temporary chair
man. The melancholy gathering listless-
ly assented, and Goodloe, after a vain
attempt to dispel the apathy that "squat
like a nightmare toad upon a glutton's
stomach," took his scat as chief mourn
er "in silence and in tears."
General Jack Buxsnv Finxell then
moved the appointment of the usual
stock committees. They were appoint
ed. They retired to draft the snonta-
neous resolutions General Jack Buxs-
ry F. had been carrying iu his pocket
for a month past. The stillness of the
gravefollowedtheirwithdntwal. There 1
were tongues in that hall that were el
oquent aforetime, but now they were
lumb as oysters. The shadow of the
Might-have-been brooded over all. It
was omnipresent. It shone with dull,
icy glitter in each one's eyes. It clung
with a grap of pain to each heart. It
howed in the wrinkles of their coat col
lars. It was visible in the rumpling of
their hair. Every cough sounded like
the falling of a clod on a coflin-lid.
The onl- person present not haunted
by ghostly memories of the past was a
nigger named Ncal, who attempted to
make a speech "that had some
reference to allusions," when he was
summarily squelched by the chairman
with the information that the commit
tee was coming.
AH the committees marched in to
gether to the rnusicof the "Dead March"
in Saul, performed by a brass band in
the gallery. Tlio resolutions were fired
off first. Then the nominations were
exploded. They were as follows:
Governor John M. Harlnn, of .Icncrson.
Lt. Governor Robert Boyd, ot Laurel.
Attorney General V. C. Goodloe, of Fa
Auditor It. R Rritclifle, of Caldwell.
Treasurer Dr. W. .J. Rerry, of Ohio.
Hejistcr Heiiben Patrick, of Jlngoffin.
The selection of a candidate for Su
perintendent cf Public Instruction was
left to the State Central Committee.
Take it all in all, they were a pretty
respectable gathering of political weep
ers and mourners. What they did was
lecorously accomplished. The brass
band nearly "blowed" its brains out in
vain efforts to enliven them. The
ticket nominated was about the best they
could have constructed. It will be bu
ried next August beneath a Democrat
ic majority of from seventy-five thous
and to one hundred thousand.
THE Till It D TERM BUSINESS.
One of the resolutions of the Radical
State convention falsely accuses the De
mocracy with originating the "third
term scare." Whereupon the Cincin
nati Commercial (Republican) is moved
to explain as follows:
"The Kentucky Republican rcsolu
"tion about the third term is pure twad-
"dle, and a very dull article of twaddle.
"It is not a Democratic story exclusive
ly that the President is seeking a third
"term. It is the judgment of the most
"staunch Republicans of oar acquain
tance that Grant thinks the country
"is still dependent upon him, and that
"he must run it through a third term,
"or let it go to the dogs. His opinion
"to that effect requires correction. The
"Republicans of Kentucky have neg
lected to shed upon bun thclight.that
"he needs. They have not even ven-
"tured to speak in terms of disappro
bation of the third term theory.
"Therefore they have given the Dem
"ocrats, who are disposed to employ the
"third term spook to knock the Repub
lican party on the head, aid and com
"fort. Inventive genius has undertaken to
fool poor trusting wives. A Chicago
tailor has secured a patent for "the mar
ried man's precautionary coat-collar."
It is made of some glazed substance to
which a hair cannot adhere, and will
bear the clo.-est scrutiny.
Tin: other day a Boston corset maker
starved to death. Sad fate for one who
had stayed the stomachs of hundreds of
other m omen.
a MIXXESOTA TllACEDY. I
Fergus Falls, Minnesota, was recent-
ly tlw -.-aaoof a tr.tgely sanijthingoat
0f tho common run. Trios. Xelson',
a young man of the village, and a Miss j
Anderson, some two years ago entered
into a marriage engagement, but the
wedding-day was not fixed upon. Jt
was tho old story over again: the man
must win a home, or the means to es
tablish one, beforehe could claim his
bride. Full of hope, Nelson left Fer
gus Falls and emigrated to the pineries
of Wisconsin, and there began the res
olute struggle for money to accomplish
his ends. For two years did he labor
hard. He was shrewd, energetic and
honest, and prospered. Then, a few
weeks ago, he returned to Fergus Falls
to claim Miss Anderson, and to install
her in the home ho had labored for.
He found the woman he had hoped to
marry changed. He was steadfast, but
her wandering fancy had settled upon
another man, to whom she was report
ed engaged. Nelson had expected to
be married at once upon his return, and
the falseness of the woman stunned him.
He went about dazed and sad, but said
nothing to any one about his disappoint
ment. On the first day of the present
mouth a grand party was held by the
young people of Fergus Falls in a va
cant building of which Nelson was part
owner. He was present at the party,
and during tho evening Miss Ander
son also arrived in company with her
Litest flame. She danced occasionally,
and Nelson looked at her apparently
without agitation, though at heart he
doubtless endured all the agony strong
men suffer when they yield themselves
up fully to the passion which is most
removed from reason. Finally MUs
Anderson seated herself, and Nelson
approached her. She gave him her
hand, and he was heard to say, "Why
are you here to-night; don't you know
I cannot bear to sec you here?" The
lady roeand the two walked to another
eat, when Nelson, standing before
her was again heard to say, "You know
I cannot bear to sec you here!" and as
he spoke ho was seen to reach into his
pocket behind him. Suddenly he drew
forth a small revolver, and, placing it
against the lady's breast, fired. Shriek
ing, Miss Anderson darted past him
and ran down the stairway. Nelson
instantly turned himself about, threw
his head back; and discharged tho weap
on at his own heart. Without uttering
a word, lit sprang forward several feet
and fell to the floor a corpse. When
Mi-s Anderson fled she was followed
by ber friend, and it was discovered
that the bullet intended for her heart
had flattened itself upon the steel of her
corset, and retained barely force enough
iu its pasagc to lodge beneath the skin,
So ended tho tragedy. They examined
the body of the man lying upon the
floor, and in his pockets found notes
and a large sum of money; enough to
begin houskecping on. They found
something else, carefully wrapped up
and laid away among his valuables.
It was a wedding-ring for the woman
who deserted him. The dancers with
drew from the hall, and there the body
was prepared for burial. The next day
there came to the express office a pack
age addressed to Nelson the package
containing his wedding suit and it ar
rived just in time to servo as his shroud
Neatly clad in his wedding clothes, the
body was laid out, and visited by many
of the citizens, who had tang respected
the character of the dead man; ant
among those who came was the woman
who had been false to him, and whom
he had tried to kill. Throwing herself
upon the coffin, her reproaches and pro
testations of love were earnest and af
fecting, but they brought no life to tho
victim of her fickleness.
Some time ago wc mentioned in our
local columns the fact that a young man
earned Wesley Cain, working for the
Widow C.VSINGER, had been taken out
of his bed and flogged, and ordered to
leave the county. We also stated that
we could not ascertain the cause of such
treatment. The grand jury was luck
ier than wc were. It has discovered
that the hired man aud his fair mistress
were playing the game of Beecher and
Elizaretii, and, as the neighbors are
not Plymouth Church members, the
flogging followed as a matter of course.
This is a sample of London gossip:
Miss Moody, daughter of the American
revivalist, not sharing his views, went
to the play, and coming down late to
breakfitst next morning, was greeted
by him with: "Well, child of Satan!
to which she calmly replied, "Good
We blush to say it, but as long as
"Old Cerro Gordo" lives wc cannot say
otherwise, cheek kills fewer men in
Kentucky than in any other couutry on
the face of the globe. Read what oc
curred betwee him and Mr. Beck, re
published on our first page from the
Gkammatically speaking, a ki;s is
Whisky will eonquerthebest of them I
if uy keep lb ding with is. It hn
'sent an cx-Chiuf Justice of this State
! to tho lunatic asylum in the p:ut two
weeks; and dragged the brilliant and
whole-souled Gen. Frvni; 1. Blair of
Missouri to death's door.
An Iowa paper is putting on airs be
cause a smart wife out its way helped
her husband raiscseventy acres of wheat.
We'll bet the buttermilk that the wav
he helped him was to stand in the door
and shake a broomstick at the poor fel
low every time ho sat down to ret.
A hoy at Henderson put a colored
egg in a hen's nest. Although an ex
perienced old hen, she thought she laid
it herself, and was so proud of the
achievement that she cackled herself to
death in ten minutes.
At the Leitchficld spelling-school
they have to define as well as spell the
words. The other night a fancy dry-
goods clerk wrestled with the word "haz
ardous" in this fashion: "II-a-z haz a-r-d
ard e-ss, hazardess, a female hazard."
Landaulet Williams quit because
8,000 a year wasn't salary enough.
Yet he has seen the time when he rode
fifty miles over the Oregon mountains
on a flea-bitten mule to earn a ten dol-
Baptism has its styles as well as the
spring bonnet. The "nobby" thing
uow-a-days is to immerse in tepid wa
ter. Which may account for the pre
vailing lukewarmness of fashionable re
ligion. Is it possible that tho honest gentle
men who, to the glory of God and for
the elevation of their fellow-men, have
engaged in the manufacture of whisky,
would stoop to swindle the government?
When an Evansvillc girl wants to
button her boots, and her "feller" isn't
at hand, she has to go up stairs to reach
tho top of her foot.
The people of Muhlcnburg county
spend enough money for whisky in a
year to more than pay their entire rail
The saddest thing in life is to see
thoughtless people squandering their
money, and know that you cannot help
them do it.
Tiiehi: are two things in this world
it won't do to trifle with; a woman's
opinion, and the business end of a hornet
Ita ja a G t nulne Waltimm
Watch, in 2 oz. coin sllvtr
buntins e. SfnJ for our
tw Illustrated 1'riM LUt.
(fm). or Woltham Watches!
oM I.li.fs. I.old Ihaiai.
SethTljom Clrcka. Ladiaa
Uatchct. At. CO-ErCTjar.
(iraeslrea). to examination
aud an roval hefbro i-aTtn.
I.!' Karon a atro. ji.il.ri,
SMAlaiB. Mt-.LontT k.
Manufacturer of every description of AVoolen
My mill has been, enlarged and improved
aking the capacity three timrs greater than
V e also nave a full set of
Clote Dressing Machinery,
For Cassimeres, Tweeds, &c.
and are manufacturing a superior article ol
AND PLAIN FLANNEL,
Stocking Yarn, &c.
Wc have large and superior Wool Carding
jiacmnery, anu warrant all uur wort.
Goods manufactured by the yard, or in ex
change for wool.
Highest market pries paid in cash for wool.
are so'icitcd to correspond with me. I will
mako api-ci il contracts with you, and make it to
jour interest to.uu so.
noI6 3rn Ttumv. Mel e-n Co.. K v.
A government land warrant for services ren
dersd in the war ot 1S12, for 160 acres of land.
For further information app'y to J. M
Itogers, Beaver Dam, Ky., or John P. Barrett
Cancer ami .Sore Eyes Cured.
Those afflicted with Sore Eyes or Cancer would
do well to call on
D. I GKEOORY,
Todd's Point, Ky.. who has been vcrv sue
ccs.-ful in the ireatmcnt of these diseases. Ho
can cure any cancer on the surface, if taken in
in time, lie treats upon the system of "no cure
no pay. Uivobiinatri.il. noli em
Wanted to borrow $.1,000 for two or three
years, for which ten per cent, interest will be
paid payable semi-annually note to be due
it interest is nut promptly paid, and wilt se
cure tho lender by a m trtiraire on real estate;
an 1 as an additional security will give him to
huld as collateral rcil estate lien notes worth
at least $U,OUO. Address "MONEY," care
lltRALb office, llartlord, Ky.
IIAIlTI'OItD i.oihji:, NO. IS, I. .:. T.
Meets regularly every Thursday evening in
Tatlor's 11 ill. Transient membors of the
(.rdcru.ro cordially invited to attend.
John P. Barbett, IV. C. T.
IViLLACtORUELtr, VT. Secy.
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L. ROSENBERG & BR0.
spring m mm
Every department in our stock is fail and our
prices are down to tho
Hid -v7T7CSt UNToiicla. !
We are confident that no other house will do
as well by you as ours. We respectfully so
licit an examination of our
GOODS AND PRICES
before making your spring purchases, believ
ing that it will pay you to do so. noli tf
JlwiiowtJfe Barber and Hair Culler,
ShoD. on Market street, over J. Y. Lewio'
store, where he is prepared to do all kinds of
.fork in bis line. - noi u
JOIIX P. BARRETT,
ATT OR XE Y A T L A W,
and Real Estate Agent,
Prompt attention given to the collection of
claim". Will buy, sell, lease, or rent lands or
mineral privileges on reasonable terms. 11I
write deeds, mortgages, leases, a.t ana at
tend to listing and plying taiesou lands be-
ouging to non-rer Ment.
The nndorsizned would respectfully an
nounce to the citiiens of Ohio connty, that
bey are now prepared to do all kinds of
it their new shop in Hartford. They havo se
cured the services of a competent workman tor
-ind they guarantee satisfaiti n, both as to
work and miCES, in all cases. iuey win
WAGON'S AND BUGGIES,
ind will make and furnish
COFFINS AND BURIAL CASES
it the lowest possible prices. Call and see us
before engaging your work elsewhere.
and satisfaction guaranteed. By close applica
tion to business we hope to merit the support
of our friends MAUZY J: HURT.
Jan. 20, 1875. ja2U ly
TtOVAI. IXSL'ItAXCE COMPANY
Security nml Indemnity.
CAPITAL, $10,000,000 GOLD.
Cash Assets, oveu S12.000.000 Gold.
Cash Assets is U. S., S1.837J34 Gold.
Losses paid without discount, refer to ISth con
dition of Company's policy.
BARBEE & CASTLEM AN, General Agents,
BARRETT A RRO.. Accilti.
I.. J. IYOX.
Groceries aiul Confectioneries.
Koepi constantly on hand a large assortment
of all kinds of Groceries and Confectioneries,
which be will sell low for cash, or exchange
for nil kinds of
I will also pay the highest cash price for
hides, sheep pel.s, eggs, butter, uacon, potatoes,
beans, etc. nol ly
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Continues for the present year its liberal ar
rangement, wherebv, on the 31st of December,
1873, it will distribute impartially among its
in presents, comprising greenbacks and nearly
. 1 r 1 1 1 . r r i i
one mousanii ueiui anu ucauiuui arucics.
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our ri3k on receipt of price and fifty ccnU for
postage, or by expreij, with bill to collect price
on delivery of watch, subjret to examination
and approval, if desired, before paying. All
our watches are warrented either solid gold or
solid silver, and sent safely by post-office mon
ey order, registered letter or by express. We
have alio a very fine assortment of anlij gold
and silver chains, which wo are offering at
equally low prices. We ask epeeil attention
to our fifteen dollar silver watebes. believing
them rnperir to any watch at like price ever
sold in this country.
If you want a Good Tt'iitch at a Low
Price send for our new illustrated Price List
of Ool ' and Silver Watches which shows sixes
and priers of about fifty differed styles. W
send it free to any address.
BARNES Jc BRO, Jewelers,
st bt. 6th Tth Louisville, Ky-
New Store at Rockport, Ky.
MEXDEL a- KAII,
of Cromwelt.have opened a new st-re- at Rock
port, in which they propose to keep a full as
sortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Bats and
Caps, Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Queens
ware, Notions, Fancy Good,siodin fact every
thing usually kept in a general store.. They
have bought this stock of goods very low for
cash and will sell the same way.
of all kinds taken in exchange for goods. IT
solicit the patronage of the people and will
guarantee them as good bargains as they can
apr21 3m MENDEL i. KAUN.
Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN.
Drug, Jhlicinea and Chemical,
Fine Toilet Soaps, Fancy Hair and Tooth-
nr-isn es, rerrumery and raney aoilet
Articles, Trusses and Shoulder
Grtrtlen Reed. "
Pare Wines and Liquors for medical purposes.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye' Stuffs,
Letter-paper, Pens, Ink, Unvelope", Ola i
Putty, Carbon oil, Lamps and Chimneys.
Physicians" prescriptions accurately com
pounded, nol ly
FIH S T
HARTFORD, KY. -
Takes pleasure in announcing to the citiiens
of llartloid ana unio county mai no is
THE LATEST NOVELTIES
Gcnt9' and Boja' Clothing,
BOOTS & SHOES,
AIjo dealer in
I will sell very low for cash, or exchange
for all kinds of country produce. My motto-
is "Quick sales an. small profits." nol ly
J OS El'll VAVGIIT,
All kinds of Blacksmithing done In good
style and at the lowest price fur cash only.
made a specialty. Will shoe all round for $1 .!
VJ, nAKDWICK, A. T. 5ALL.
IIARDH ICK at XAIX,
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. II ATS, CAPS
BOOTS, SHOES, HARDWARE,
Which we will sell low for cash, or exchange
for country produce, paring the highest market
price. " nol ly
(Formerly County Judge,)
ATTORNEY AT LAW t
Will practice in all the courts of Ohio county
and the circuit courts of tho 5th judicial district-
Bu. iness solicited and jromp t attention