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The down train for Paducah leaves Louis
ville, daily except Sunday at 8:30 a. m.and ar
Horse Branch at 1:55 p. m.
Botine at 2:05 "
Elm Lick at 2:15 "
Bearer Dam at 2:30 "
Hamilton'a at 2:40 "
Mellenry'a at 2:41 "
Rock'port at 2:58 "
Arriving at Fadncah at 8:58 "
The np train for Louisville leaves Paducah
daily execjit Sunday at 4 a. m. and arrives a
RockporJ at 8:45 a. m.
McIIcnry's at B:5S "
Hamilton'a at 10:02 "
Beavor Bam at 10:10 "
Elm Lick at 10:25 "
Rosineat 10:35 "
Ilorse Branch at 10.45 "
Arriving at Louisville at 4:45 p. m.
Hartford i" connected with the railroad at
Beaver Dam by stage line twice a day.
These trains connect with Eliiabethtown at
Cecelian: with Oweniboro at Owensboro
Junction, and wiUTEvansville, Henderson and
Nashville at Xortonville.
D. F. W-iitcohii, Superintendent.
Hon. James Stuart, Judge, of Owensboro.
Hon. Jot. Haycraft, Attorney, Eliiabethtown.
A. L. Morton, Clerk, Hartford.
E. R. Murrell, Master Commissioner, Hartford.
T. J. Smith, Sheriff, Hartford.
E. L. Wise, Jailer, Hartford.
Court begins on the second Mondays in May
and November, and continues four wests each
non. W. F. Gregory, Judge, Hartford.
Capt, Earn. K. Cox, Clerk, Hartford.
J. P. Eanderfer, Attorney, nartford.
Court begins on the first Monday In every
Begins on the fourth Monday in January, and
third Mondays in April, July and October.
COURT OF CLAIMS.
Begins'pn the first Mondays in October and
OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS.
J. J. Leach, Assessor, Cromwell.
O. Smith Fitihngfa, Surveyor. Sulphur Springs.
Thos. H. Boswell, Coroner, Sulphur Springe
W. L. Rowe, School Commissioner, Hartford.
Caney District, No. 1. P.H.Alford, Justice,
held March 5, June 17, September 4, December
18. John D. Miller, Justice, held March 18,
J c4, September !S, December 4.
Cool Springs District, No. 2. S. A. Daven
port, Justice, held March 3, June 15, Septem
ber 2, December 16. Samuel Shull, Justice,
held March 15, June 2, September 16, Decem
Centreville District, No. 3. AY. I. Rowe,
Justice, held March 31, June 14, September 30,
December 15. Henry Tinsley, Justice, held
March 1C, June 28, September 15, December,
Bell's Store District, No. 4. Benj. Newton,
Justice, March 11, June 23, September II, De
eember 27. W. P. Bwell, Justice, March 21,
June 10, September 25, December 11.
Fordsville District, No. 5. C. W. B. Cobb
J ustice, March 8, June 19, September 8, Decem
ber 22. S. G. Smith, Justice, March 20, June
T, September 22, December 8.
Ellis District, No. 6. C. S. McElroy, March
9, June 21, September 9, December 23. H. J.
Hunter, Justice, March 22, June 8, September
23, December 9.
Hartford District, No. 7. Frank Cooper
Justice, March 13, June 25, September 14, De
cember 23. A. B. Bennett, Justice, March 25,
June 11, September 27, December 13.
Cromwell District, No. 8. W. C. Rogers,
Justice, March 27, June 16, September 29, De
cember 17. R. S. Hodges, Justice, March 17
June 30, September 17, December 31.
Hartford District, No. 9. J. Warren Barnett
Justice, March 12, June 24, September 13, De
cember 28. W. T. Rickctts, Justice, March 26,
June 12, September 28, December 14.
Sulphur Springs District. No. 10. A. T.
Bines, Justice, March 19, June 5, September 21,
December 7. Jno. A. Bennett, Justice, March
6, June 18, September 7, December 21.
Bartlett District, No. XI G. S. Hamilton,
Justice, March 10, June 22, September 10, De
cember 24. James L. Miller, Justice, March
23, June 9, September 24. December 10.
Hartford I. II. Luce, Judge, second Mon
days in January, April, July and October.
Beaver Dam E. W. Cooper, Judge, first
CRlurdiy in January, April, July an I October
Cromwell. A. P. Montague, Judge, first
Tuesday in January, April, July and October.
CeralTO. W. D. Barnard, Judzc. last Sat.
urday in March, June, September and Decem
Till: CKOXV HOUSE,
Opposite the Courtboaso
VAUtuir . . .
Comfortable rooms, prompt attention, and
low prices. The traveling public are ref peet
fully invited to give us a share of patronage.
Every exertion made to render guests comfort
able. STAGE LIXE.
Mr. Vaught will enntinue the stage twice a
day between Harifnrd and Beaver Dam. morn
ing and evening, connecting with all passen
ger trains on the L. P. Southwestern rail
road. Passengers set down wherever they de-
WEDNESDAY. .TUNE 2. 1875.
JNO. 1 JlAlUIElT, Local Editor.
Several interesting communications are
unavoidably crowded out of this issue, but
will appear next week.
"Bud, I'll give you ten cents to dig me
a can of angling worms," is ilie way a
Louisville chap expressed himself the
Recce Kowe, of color, was indicted for
incest by the grand jury during tbc pres
ent term ol court. He was arrested and
lodged in jail on lat Saturday week, but
was bailed out on Wednesday.
Vhen one of our young gents is play
ing croquet with his "duck," and makes a
fine and difficult shot, paesing through
one or two wickets, she exclaims, "Oh I
you wick-et thing."
Among the strangers drawn to our
town by the medical convention, is one
of Hopkins county's loveliest belles, the
beautiful and accomplished Miss Charlie
Xisbet, of Earlingtoti, who accompanied
her father, Dr. S. It. Nisbet
Jennie Smith, of Rockport, who was
indicted by the grand jury for lornication,
was arrested by Deputy Sheriff II. S.
Midkiff, and lodged in jail, one day last
week. Judge Stuart set aside the order
of arrest, and awarded a summons
against her, and she was released from
When you see a young man approach
ing you with a hickory pole, swinging it
as gracefully as he would a walking-cane,
and begins to punch very affectionately
at your short ribs, you may ret assured
that he is going to ask you to drink soda
water with him.
According to a statement of one of our
exchanges, there is a woman in the up
per part of the State whose head is so red
that it is unsafe for her to pass near a hay
stack in dry weather. He muet give up
as beat, for Ohio county boasts of one
whose head is so red that the supcrinten-
dents of the various coal mines have been
contending for her- They want to use her
as a head light at the mouth of the bank.
Sheriff T. S. Smith left for Frankfort
last Friday, having in charge H. F.
Stratton, white, convicted of horse steal-
ng, and sentenced to three years, and
Sam. Larkins, convicted of perjury, and
sentenced to one year, in the penitentiary.
Deputy Sheriff John Hoihrooks and W.
II. Griffin accompanied them as guards.
Our Snnkc Story.
At a log rolling at Cornelius Hoover's,
about six miles north of Hartford, last
spring, a black snake was killed measur
ing three feet four inches long. A young
man picked it up by the tail, and said he
would sling its head off, and gave it a
jerk like cracking a whip, when out of its
mouth flew a garter snake two feet three
inches in lencth. "Snake."
Mrs. Deo Tracy will please accept our
th a n I; s for the charming boquet she tent
us on Monday. It was exquisitely ar
ranged, and the bunches of large, lus
cious, scarlet strawberries cosily nestling
here and there among the fragrant flow
ers, did not detract from either their aro
ma or beauty. Mrs. T. has the honor of
growing the largest as well as the first
strawberries of the season, and again we
tender her our thanks for her kindly re
membrance of us.
Gent's Clothing Latest Styles Best
Goods Cheapest Prices at
L. Rosenberg & Bro's.
A Delimit Woman.
Julia Leach, who lives in the vicinity
ofRockport, was indicted by the grand
jury for keepinga house ofill-fame,and a
bench warrant issued for her arrest.
Deputy Sheriff H. S. Midkiff went down
to arrest her, but she got wind of his
coming in time to reach the river, and
got in a skiff and paddled out of reach.
She then checked up in hearing and full
view of the officer, and bid defiance to the
law, and cursed creation over. The
Sheriff appointed a special deputy, and
left She returned to her den, and the
special deputy went to arrest her, but
was met with a shot-gun and skedaddled
in bad order, and sends word that she can
not be taken without force and violence.
It una vt ay and Accident.
On last Wednesday, Mr. Charles Cox
was driving Mr. Yager's team of mules,
hauling some camping utensils for Mr.
J. L. Collins, "ho is engaged in getting
out staves above Cromwell. When near
the vicinity of Indian "Camp creek, while
going down a very eteep hill, the wagon
crowded on the mules, and they started
to run, but Mr. Cox had about checked
them up when the dash hoard gave way,
and Mr. Cox fell out on tht tongue and
was run over and severely though not fa
tally hurt. The mules checked up when
they got down in the valley, and com
menced eating grass as though nothing
had happened. The agon was almost
The Court Was Convinced.
A certain trial was progressing before
a police judge of one of the little hamlets
ofourcounty. some time sine-, and after
tome vexations diocussions, ont of the at
tjrneys again jumped up with a copy cf
Stanton's Treatise in his hand. The
court told him to sit down, as his mind
was already made up. The attorney re
sponded, and said he did not want to
change the mind of the court, at all, but
had arisen for the purpose of convincing
the court what ad d fool Stanton was.
The court was convinced, and stuck to
'spirit Kiipping in the Conn ty.
About the filth of last March, a mys
tcrious wrapping began to be heard at
the residence of John Griflin in Barllett's
Precinct, and it continued at intervals un
til about the first of Jlay, when it ceased,
and made its appearance at the house of
a widow, Mrs. Roach, in the neighbor
hood. The whole country round flocked
in to see, or rather to hear it. Conversa
tions were had with it; questions were
asked it;it sounded raps for "yes" and re
mained silent for "no." it claimed to be
the spirit of Mr. Griffin's daughter Har
riett, who died in Tennessee before the
family moved here, and said it wanted to
communicate with its eister Julia.a living
daughter of Mr. Griffin's, about thirteen
years old. It said Julia would not live a
year. Julia refused to have anything to
say or do with the mysterious stranger,
or s'pirit. All efforts to detect any decep
tion, or connect any mortal with having
any thin to do with the raps were fruitless.
Ladies Dress Goods Better than the
best Cheaper than the Cheapest at
L. Rosenheim! it Bro's.
The McDowell Medical Society.
This association of the medical gentle
men of the Green River Nation, began its
annual session at 1 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon, in the Methodist Church. The
following members of the profession and
of the Society, from a distance, are in at
tendance: Owevsdoro. Doctors A C.Wood, Pres
ident; S. S. Watkins; E. H. Luckett; J.
Hale; A. C. llaynes; J. F. Kimbly; J, Q
Henderson'. Doctors P. Thompson,
Vice President; J. B. C)ok; Jas. H. Let
cher, Recording Secretary.
'Madisonville Dr. J. W. rritchctt,
Rockport. Dr. C. VV. Layton.
South Carrollton. Dr G.W.Townes.
Rosine. Dr. N. J. Raines.
EARLiNGTotJ. Dr. S. II. Ncsbit.
Buford. Dr. Amos Davis.
Cromwell. Dis. Wm. 11111 J. W.Tay
lor. Pleasant Ridge. Dr. F.M. Clements.
Not as Mad an They Might Hard
W. T. Smith and one Mr. Johnson
were up before his honor, Judge W. F.
Gregory, last Thursday, under a peace
warrant, and were both discharged. It
appeared from the evidence, that neither
of the gentjemcn were very belligerent, in
fact it was said by one man that if they
ever did any fighting it would be when
enough men got hold of them to force
them to fight
A Lady Killed by Lightning.
Tavloutowx, Kv., May, 20.
Editor Herald: Quite a melancholy
incident occurred about five miles north
of here, on last Tuesday evening, which
has cast a gloom over the entire commu
nity. The wife of Mr. Frank Hawes, with
two of her children, was visiting Mrs.
Trecie Turns, and about 4 o'clock on the
evening mentioned, a cloud came over
accompanied by thunder and lightning.
when a bolt struck and descended the
chimney of Mrs. Turns' houe. Mrs.
Hawes was standing near the fireplace,
leaning against the wall, engaged in con
versation with Mrs. T. and her daughter.
The lightning bolt struck heron the right
side, passed down her body, setting her
clothing on fire, and bursting the shoe on
her right foot into fragments. It then
passed through the floor into the ground.
One of her children standing near was
stunned by the shock, and did not recov
er consciousness until about midnight.
Mrs. Turns and daughter were both
thrown to the floor, but suffered no bodily
injury. The death of Mrs. Hawes was
instantaneous. Thus in the twinkling of
an eye a soul was hurried into eternity, a
fond husband was deprived of an affec
tionate and true-hearted wife, a helpless
family of four small children of a kind
and indulgent mother, the greatest boon
of ull our possessions. The earnest sym
pathies of kindred and friends follow the
bereaved husband and children.
II. B. Tavlok.
Trunks and valises nt wholesale prices
at L. RosESiiERG&Buo's.
Z. Wayne Griffin has put up a hand
some marble and silver soda fountain in
his drug store, which will prove of ser
vice during the "heated term."
Transfer ol" Kent Estate;
The following transfers of real estate
have been lodged for record since our last
Lnrkin Noll to Mre. Sarah P. Hard
wick, lot Xo. 4ft in Hartford. S3 00.
Joseph Miller to Win. Austin, lots
Nos. 14 and 15 in Beaver Dam. 100.
Q C Shanks to E U. Render, b'O acres
on Indian Camp. $300.
The following is a list of the marriage
licenses issued for the week ending May
Dr. J. F. Lightfoot and Miss Rebecca
Joshua L. Benton and Miss Mary
Tavlortown, Kv., M iy 21.
Having seen nothing from this part of
the county for some time, 1 thought
through your kindness I would give the
readers of your excellent paper a few
items concerning this settlement and its
HOW IT GETS ITS NAJ1E.
This immediate vicinity is known by
the sobriquet of "Taylortown" not that
we are blessed with a town, or have any
pretentions in that direction, but because
the majority of the inhabitants are Tay
lors, and the next thing to them, viz
Having thu9 denied all claims to a
town, I will speak of its inhabitants, and
although I may seem partial, if any one
considers me so, all I can say is come and
sec and share our hospitality, and you
surely will go away wiser.
A modCl rror-LC
The people of this settlement are nolcd
for their quiet, steady and industrial hab
its. Angry broils between neighbors are
never known to occur; all seem to have
learned the maxim that a great many
seem to know nothing of, viz: Many a
man lin been known to make an honest
living by attending to his own business.
TUB FINEST LANDS.
We have some of the finest lands in
Ohio county, principally river bottoms.
It is said by men well acquainted with
the lands on Green river, that John S.
and David Brown own the finest tract on
that classic stream.
TUB FARMERS AT WORK.
Farmers are at work in earnest, but
they meet with a good many discourage
ments, owing to the cold weather and
cut-worms. A considerable area of land
that was planted in corn will have to be
planted over again. Oata look poorly,
but the rain that is falling now, I think,
will revive them. Wheat generally looks
well. I hear considerable complaint in re
gard to the scarcity of the tobacco plants,
but hope that all fears in that direction
will prove groundless.
On yesterday evening Mr. Wash. B.
Taylor and Miss Amic Taylor were uni
ted in the holy bonds of matrimony by
Elder J. G. Brown. Only a select few
attended the wedding. The sky is weep
ing to-day, but may their united lives be
free from any of the causes that some
times render wedded life disagreeable
May the choicest blessings of Heaven at
tend them all through life. May love
and peace rule supreme around their
hearthstone, is the sincere wish of
II. B. T.
OUR KOCKI'OItT LETTER.
RocKroRT, Kv., May 20.
QUITE A STORM.
Since my last communication, we have
been visited by one of the mo?t terrific
storms of wind and rain, that ia remem
bered by the oldest citizens of the vicini
ty. Standing in the yard of Mr. John
Caubin, Mr. John Benton counted more
than eighty trees prostrated by the wind.
Mr. Robert Blevin had his stable blown
over, lhebarnof Jlr. David Sneddon.
built of white oak logs. 20 by 22 feet,
the small ends of the logs averaging a
foot in width, was blown down. The
frame of Mr. Sauntry's house was blown
down and the sills thrown oil' the pillars.
Old Boreas was on a terrible high, and
bent on mischief. He grappled the huge
monarchs of the forest and hurled them
to the ground, then sped on his way
howling in his madnees to seek other
victims upon which to vent his rage.
Fences were lifted from their places and
the rails scattcrd and carried off like
straws. Some of our beaux and fair bells
were caught on their way from preach
ing in the country, but fortunately found
shelter from the furv of the storm. After
the rain was over, they resumed their
now weary march to town with dripping,
draggled calic clothes, and with their
devotional arder dampened.
THE IIARTFOUD ACADEMV.
While in Hartford this week, by invi
tation of the Principal, I visited the
school of Prof, llaynes, and was well
pleased by my visit. 1 was delighted with
the attainments of his pupils, and beg
leave to mention Ned. Pendleton, who I
think fast, but 1 saw him do one thing
that- he had better never be guilty of
again in my presence. I allude, Ned, to
that kiss. I spent the time alter recess
in Miss Emma's room. Here was a per
fect exemplification of the truth of the
old adage, .
"Speak gently, 'tis better far
To rule by love than fear."
With such teaching, and such loving
words of encouragement and cheer, it is
no wonder that the little folks under her
chnrge look happy and bright, and their
advancement i9 so rapid and permanent.
Let the Principal, the assistant, and the
pupils accept my thanks for the enjoy
ment of the afternoon. XiniL Nejiisi.
OUK CAXEYVIIXE IXTTEK.
Canetville, Ky., May 31.
Since our last letter our little village
has been silent and quiet. Trade is dull,
and few persons are to be seen in town ex.
cept the Inhabitants, anil a few loungers,
who spend their time in the bar-rooms,
Jet the weather be fine or inclement.
Items arc scarce, and your reporter can't
get a real good one uilhout "bhedding
his linen,'' getting befcre a groi-shop,
and crying out that he can whip the best
man it contains. But we are not the
man to purchase items at the price we
would have to pay for one by taking this
Miss Mattie Bratcher, of this place,
who has been attending Cedar Bluff Col-,
lege the past session, returned home last
Saturdoy, greatly advanced in her studies.
STOLKN GOODS FOUXD.
. negro, while fox-hunting between
this place and Millwood, 6onie few diys
ago, discovered, hidden in a led ire of
rocks, about forty yards of heavy sheet
ing, a pair of men's shoes, sixty pounds
of assorted nails, and about twenty pounds
of coffee; supposed to be the goods of
Henry Layman, of this place, whose store
was robbad same time since, and no clue
had been discovered before the finding of
the goods here mentioned. Every possi
ble effort is being made to bring the thief
TIIU CAXLTV1LLE SCHOOLS.
Two good schools arc in full blast at
this place, under the super i-ion of Mrs.
Huff and Miss Julia Til ford. Both arc
ladies of rare accomplishments, and thcr'
are doing justice to their profession.
BIG REEDY O.V THE RAJlPAGi:.
We were informed by a gentleman
from off Big Reedy creek, eight niile
south of thi place, that the recent rains
inised that creek out of it banks, and a
vast amount of corn planted in the Reedy
bottoms was washed away, nnd the far
mers have to break the ground-again and
plant it anew.
A NEW J All.!
Grayson county is to have a new jail.
The building contract was taken hy a
gentleman from Brannasbnrg, for 83,702.
It is thought the whole coat will not ex
ceed S 10,000.
Iredell Bysrs. a gentleman living neav
this place, w.is thrown from his horse,
some few d;i7s ago, and had his right
AT THE fOIXT OF DEATH.
We are sorry to learn that Wm. Kelly,
an old and highly respected gentleman,
living near Spring Lick, is lying nt the
point of dentil, of dropsy of the heart
They were standing nt the end of the
bridge, hand in hand, one of those beau
tiful moonlit nights last week. He wa-
stealing a vow with a his", but their bliss
was ended by our approach. Their lips
cepumieu, creuiiuga noise similar to tnai
of a cow extricating her foot from the
RECOVERING FROJI ILLNESS.
Mr. II. Wilson, of this place, who ha?
i . - ?n .t i .j. t .. '
ueen very in ior xue last lew nays, isju-l
recovering, and we hope to see him on
the streets again ia a short time.
J. T. X.
We are authorized to announce B. P,
Berryman ap candidate for Police Judge.
Election Saturday, July 31, 1875.
Married, May 20th 1H7.. by Itev.G. Gor
don, nt the residetico of Simon Jones, Usn.
(of the Render Coal Company), Mr. Sahuel
James to Miss Eli.f.s AVatuax, both late of
H ales, Urc.it IJritain.
The attendants were Mr. O. Stevens and
Miss C. Hamilton. The day was bright and
cherry. Tho wooded hills aroand were patting
on their robes of Spring. Mrs. Jones, tho
bride's, sister, with bcr worthy husband, did
all that was proper tomake their guests happy.
Wc saw four members of the Ken dor Coal Com
pany at her sumptuous table, nnd were led to
believo that if the entire corporution could have
bf en there it would have rroved one caso at
least of perfect unanimity in their operations.
In conclusion, if Wales ha3 any xnoro suchas
Samuel and Ellen to spare, we arc prepared to
welcome them, and (with all due defence to
royalty), wo know of no reason why they
should not be as happy as the Princo of Wales
Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN.
Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals,
Fine Toilet Soaps, Fancy Hair nnd Tooth
lirush cs, Perfumery and Fancy Toilet
Articles, Trusses and Shoulder
Pare Vint3 and Liquors fur medical purposes.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dyc'Slvffs,
Letter-paper, Tens, Ink, t'nvcloncs, Glast
Putty, Carbon oil, Lamps and Chimneys.
Physicians' prescriptions accurately com
pounded, nol ly
A bouse and lotiu Reaver Dam, containing
one acre paled in, a comfortable houso with
four rooms, a good stable with five stalls and
corn-crib a good young orchard of peach
rpplo and cherry trres, in all about (evenly
five trees, selected Iruit. The place has a well
of never (ailing water. I will sell on reason
able terms. Mrs. E. L. IS A KC LAY.
New Goods! Mew Goods!
L. ROSENBERG & BRO.
spring !n mm
Every department in our stock is full and cur
prices are uown to iuo
La -rcssft UNTo-tclxI
We arc confident that no other bouse will do
as well by you a? 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. n o!5 tf
WM. RAKDWICC, A. ?i NALL.
IIAUDVUCK fc 'AIX,
DRY UOOD3. GROCERIES. HATS, CAP3
BOOTS, SHOES, HARDWARE,
Which we will sell low for cash, or exchango
fr country produce, paning tho highest market
price. " nol ly
All kinds of Rlacksmithing done in good
style and at the lowest price for cash only.
made a specialty. Will shoe all ruund for 51 .23
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
i;'nel Nfzc ol Our 15 Watches.
This machine stands in merit fir ahead of alt competitors. In fact there is no machine
fit to be called its competitor. Wo have improved this machine very much during the past
year, preserving however, the many points of excellence which have made it so deservedly
popular in tho past. We have replaced the Diuble Wooden Frame by a single one, sub
tltuting for tho Auxiliary Framo an iron drag bar, thus making the machine much lighter
and handsomer, without lessening its strength and durability, and at the samo time retaining
all the advantages of the Double Frame. We bavo also improved the Raking apparatus, and
we have now the best Rako we have ever made, which is equivalent to saying that wa bars
lh best in tbo world,
.A. Farmer ZBuying the "Advance"
saves money by doing it, for the following reasons:
1st. Because, being a strong and durable machine, it will outlast at least two of any oth-
er make, and with less cost for repairs during the same p'riod.
'2nd. Because, by its efficient work, it will have saved during its nso hdndrods of bushel
of grain that would bavo been lost with any other Reaper.
3d. Because, being always reliable and doing its work under all cireomstanees, it wilf
have saved his own and his binders' time, to say nothing of the saving of annoyance and trou
ble. The best is always the cb.apest.
BARNES fc TAYX.OR, Agents Tor Ohio Co.
mays tjulyl5 BEAVER DAil, KY.
HARTFORD RETAIL MARKETS.
Corrected TVecUly by Wm. II. "William.
IIartfokd, Ky,, Hay II, 1S75.
Apples, dred, 'A bnsh $ 1 00
Apples, rreen, push.... 7o 1 25
Bacon, i. JO
Beans "t bush- 1 25 1 50
Brooms, ft doz. 2 40 3 50
Hutter. 'i lb M 15 20
Candies. lb 25 40
Candles, fl lb 25
Coffee, "Bib 25 23
Cheese, fUh 25 2$
Crackers, "f. ft) 15 25
Coal oil, galnon 30 3G
Chickens. doz l ouro) i ia
Corn. barrel 3 00
fioon-skins 10 25
Eggs, doz 10
Purs, raccoon 40 50
Furs, mink 1 00 1 75
Flour, $ barrel 0 00 7 00
Hominy, fi lb 4 4J
Hay, $ 100 lb 75
Aides, green, salted, "ji lb C(J 0
Hides, dried Hint, "ri lb.... 10 15
Lard. It. 20
Lard oil gallon : 1 23
Lime, barrel 1 50
Meal, bolted,) bushel.... 75 SO
Meal, unbolted, "r? bushel 75
Molasses, "A gallon 75 1 00
Mackerel, kit 1 50(5 2 00
Mackerel, 'p barrel 8 50 10 00
N'ails. B ken, lOd 4 25 5 50
Oysters. can :. 12i 20
Onionis, f1 parrel 5 00
Potatoes, Irish, p imsnei. j cu(j u
Peaches, dried, "! bushel. 1 50 1 5
Kicc.fUb.. ; 12J
Salt. barrel 2 50
Lusrar. X. O. "ft lb 10 VZt
Sugar, C.,? lb 12 14
SuKar.ernshed povv'd,"fJ lb 17j
Soap, i" li -u
Stanch "rlb 10
Soda, V- V i 10
Tallow. V th C
Tar, 11 pallon 50 fiO
Teas. 11 lb..! 1 50 2 00
Tobacco, inanufac'd, "r1 lb . 75 1 50
Plain solid 18-kt. Gold Engagement and
Wedding Rings furnished to order promptly;
also Set Rings, with Amethist. Oarnct, Topai,
Moss Agate, Pearl or Diamond settings. Plain
Uold 18-kt. Rings from $3 to 15 each. In or
derinir. measure the largest joint of the finger
you desiro fitted with a narrow piece of paper,
and send us tho paper. Wc inscribe any name,
motto, or dato free of charge. Rings sent by
mail on receipt of 'price, or by express, with
. ill to collect on delivery of Roods. Money
i. ay bo sent safely by Express, Post-office
3 oney uruer. or liegistercu liCtter.
Refer to George W. Bain.
C. P. BARNES Jt Bro.,
Jewelers, Main st.,bt. fith 7th, Louisville. Ky.
FaMionaMe Ea-bcr and Jlalr Culler,
Shop, rn'Market street, over J. AY. Lcwl
store, where he i prepared to do all kinds of
work in his line. ' nal tf
(lent Silrer Ilnntins Key nhvUng fever
VatcheSI5- (cDtiler Ilnntinsr Stein-tvind
ill l evir-wasthes, $15. J.i Jitl'JioI 1 Hunting
Kfy-wirilin Lever Watche, $50. l.ailie"
!oiil Hunting Ste-n-winding fever Watches,
70. l,chtv OiiM linntiiiff Stem-winding
l.evrr Watcher, iCj. Gtnu' Ooltl Huatisg
Stein-nimling- Lever Watchti 97P,
Either of tbe above V.itchc3 font by nail at
our risk on receipt ff price anl fifty c?ntd for
postage, or by epre, with bill to elleet prico
on delivery of natch, subi'ct to exaotnt!on
md appro!, if desired, twforo paying. AH
our natchca are warrestcd either sIiil gold or
oIH silver, am' sent afe!y by poit-oBice wm
ey orur, rejiitcre'l letter or by exnms. XT
have also a very fine assortment of anlid golif
anil nilver chiins which wo nre offering at
equally low prices. We k especial attentiou
t( our fifteen dollar silver watches, believing
them supcriir to any watch st lite pries ever
sul'l in this country.
If yon want a Cioori Watch at t Ioyit
Price senl for our new Illustrated Trice List
jf flol ' and Silver Watc5ea which shows aim
and prier of armit fifty different styles. W
scad it free to any address.
PSICE CCCC' P-HAKXEJt IMSO.. Jewelen.
(by MiHjTm sin. st bt. 6th .t 7th Louisville, Ky
J. F. COLLINS.
Tht Rifjlietl Market Price.
Remember the place, west side public square
opposlto the court hoase, Hartford, Ky.
JOHN P. TRACY it SOX.
Manufacturers and dealers in all kind. of
wooden coffins, from the finest rose wood easfca
to tbo cheapest pautereoffi a
AH kinds of coffin trimmings constantly oa
hand and for sale.
Keep a fino hearse always . to atten
Wagons and Buggies,
constantly on hand or mado to order. Tartie
nlar attention given to plow stocking,
Has just received a large and well selected
DE Y GOODS,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Meas' and boji
Ladies' and gents"
.A. T 23
BOOTS & SHOES
of all grades and sites.
Special bargains in
EDGINGS, 1NSEUTINGS, AC.
A choice lot of Ribbons at a big discount.
With many thanlts for pat patronage, I
bi.e. by fair dealing, lj merit a continuance-of
k'J. K. SM ALL.
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