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JOHN" i. ClItKEl r A. ,.. lMlJi;itTK.
ii.vki'I'oi:i. ouio cin'.vrv, kt,
weiemay, jriw as. ist.".
general interest; ami i the lir.-t
.line vp liave ever heanl the practice
qne-tionctl. And we shrewdly suspect
that if it were not feared that he will
prove a formidable competitor to some
pet of these supersensitive, fault-finding
editor.?, for the Senatorial toga, we
should not hear Governor JiE.-i.iK so
severely criticised at this juncture.
OK.1IOritA.TlC STATE TICKET.
AVhile spending a few day. at Rough
Creek Spring.?, in Hardin county, last
week, we were told a good joke on a
rare good fellow, which has the merit
of being literally true, and which is too
good to-keep especially as we have
the permission of the party most inter
ested to put it in print,
Several years ago a young couple
vc:c married in a pleasant Daviess
county village. In due course of time
their union was hles-ed with a girl ba
by. Like all other tabic, their little
darling was not invulnerable to certain
itosoiiiiions. diseases that seem specially to lie in
Wc hold it to be absolutely essential to the ...:. flir nBsnm,tmn and ilofiMieelpss
preservation of the liberties of the citizens, that . .. .
the tcrerat States fhall be maintained in all infancy. Their child Was Stricken dOWll
their right., dignity and equality, as the most , - ., .i;!PflSM nn.l i nniMi.
JAMIIS It. JlrCKIZAKY.
of Madisun county.
joii.v . r.Mr.mvooi.
of Warren county.
THOMAS I JIO.SS.
of McCrackcn county.
It. IIOWAO SMITH,
of Owen cuutitj.
J AM IIS W. TAT II.
uf Franklin county.
For Superintendent t.( I'uldie Inftnictioii,
ii. a. m. iii:.vii:its.
uf Bourbon county.
For Keirii'ter of Land Offi-?.
THOMAS II. .MAKCr.M.
of Lawrence county.
For the Hartford Herald.
Of all the sad thoughts that conic to life
in this life, the saddest is that in tins
bright nnd beautiful joy-giving world of
ours, there arc so many shadowed lives.
If suffering came only with crime, even
then we might drop a tear over those
whose errors wrought thrir own recom
pense. But. alas! it is not so. Then we
should not have it to record that the no
blest and most gifted arc often among
those who may count their fate among
shadowed lives. With one, it might he
the shadow of a grave, long, deep and
narrow, which falls over a life, shutting
he teacher to instruct the scholars when
lie is at school, in any book that be brings
whether he goes to school much, or not.
If lie goes but hall his time he need not
learn but half as much."
To this unreasonable speaker it may he
replied, that man in every profession, and
nnd will give new life and zeal to the al
ready energetic and live Order of Fatrons
in this county. There were about fifteen
hundred people there, and the day in all
its purposes, was a success; every Patron
felt proud that he was there; the zealous
in ths order were encouraged, and the
iu every undertaking, must have proper doubtful confirmed in their faith.
means, guided by a well matured plan.
in order to be successful.
We do not see a good mechanic work-1
nz with old rustv tools to erect a fabric
the dimensions and owner of which are
unknown. Nor do we see the hired ser
vant, with worn out plows and hoes,
tilling with a lively interest the farm of a
man who does not take any interest iu I
Yours truly, W. B.
woman, a German, named
Now, it so happened that Mrs.
Rock tort, Kr., July 20,
Dcar TIesald: Nothing of importance
has happened in this part of the moral
vineyard for so long, that I am in despair
of getting tip a communication worthy a
nlnpfi in vnnr nnnnr "Vrmr if T lio.t Ilm
... . . , ,. i .: 1.: W i i.
out the gladness 01 surname, i,.iS,.m,s , versatility ol talent possessed br vour
the tender blossoms of hope. With an- And it is just as reasonable to expect T , corresDondent. nnd c'anU
other, it is a wreck of a great ambition. iuc teacuer to iaKC mierwi. or do f something out of nothin
lie has buiUle.l ins ship, ana launcnea it successiui, in a fCUUU. ..e.e ...c ,.rela , W0IlJ nQt care C snan 0, fi for
upon the sea of life, freighted with the take no interest in getting up uniformity an ..occasion; TJut ,Toe u me! the more
richest Jewels of his strength, his energy, ol te.t books, or in scnumg tne ciitiuren
his manhood. Behold ! it returns to him to school enough for hope to animate the
battered and torn in some horrible tern- minds of child and teacher preparing for
npst. nnlv .1 wreck. With others, disease future usefulness. Nemo,
throws its terrible shadow on the portal, Toint Pleasant, Ky., July 27,
and shuts out the brightness and joy of
the outside world from the sufferer with- r the Hartford Herald
Tint llita aliailnw 13 tlm. lirit'lltest O r DECEPTION.
RAILKOAD TIME TABLE
rtrmT ft "T a tit t rrw
IJNlrliiiMiirUIilO OUJN. I.ouMvllle, raunenli A Sonll.iresWrn.
ti.- rvnnr.r-t-nr.v-, nnl Tho down train for Paducah leares Louis-
State; tbe special advocate of the interest, of , CeciIUn Junction at
j.aur as against (.oiuumeu ,yiuii; uegai xen- Gravon SDrin-s at
der l'aper Money as against Bank Issues and
the Cold Basis Fallacy; and the Interchange
able Currency Ilond as against tbe High Gold
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IXDIIX.IAI-OLIS Sex COMPASr,
BY J. T. X.
roinnlate and reliable administration of their
own domestic coneern,nd the turcst bulwarks horil
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attempt on the part of tho Federal ilovcrnment SlIAXKEU, W1LS very kind ill her attcil-
1.. exercise a power i ueicgawu 10 n m mo tl0ns aluj particularly so in the matter
in anr manner not therein prescribed, Is an act of "fixing lip" Ulld bringing OVCf "gOOtl
r usurpation, !M?.?V K.f?; ic for the little invalid
their liberties. And wc uo'd that any uncon-
attlnttnnal IntBrffrpnfia V.v tli f.pnirnl llnrrm.
mcnt with the loeal affairs of acy State to any SlIAXKEtl bid a S011 named PeTHU, a
extent or unucr any pretense wnaicvcr euouiu .vorIi.ip fl.llow who bore the ro
be at once condemned by nil elates of every W,K1 0"C-a 1U10W, WHO Ojrc 111C re
section of the Union, a nil such acts tend to verse of an enviable reputation; who
the destruction of our Federal system and the . . . . . , .
consolidation of all power in a cc
V0,'ln tenor of the Daviess counts jail; and,
at the time we refer to, was in hiding
OVJl DUTY. from tbe officers of the law. We will
Before wc again commune with our not assert tbatPrrri:, (as be was called)
readers the election will have passed bad ever been a sweetheart to the youn
and the first gun of the contest of 1876 wife, because we have our doubts about
been fired. The victor-to be achieved tbe truthfulness of such an a-scrtion.
next Monday will be something more Wc only know that bis mother could
and beyond the mere triumph of a po- beat the world making that niot pal-
litical part- in a fccramble for State of- atable comfit known as "peach leather."
ficcs. The Administration of Gn.vxr One day Mrs. Shanker came over
and the party that upholds and backs with some of the preserve just named,
it, is on trial before the grand inquest which she handed to the young mother,
of the States. The evidence Ls all in with the remark: "Here s peats ledder
and the testimony closed. Learned ad- for der sick pap'."
vocates arc worrying the ears of the ju- The husband chanced to be within
ry, day and night, in prosecuting and earshot, but heard only tho the first
defending the accused. Is ever were I words of the old woman. Instantly he
high crimes and misdemeanors morel imagined that his wife was carrying on
clearly proven against any party. It a clandestine correspondence with the
has violated every pledge it made to the disreputable Pete, and that the moth
people. It has dismantled sovereign or of the latter was their go-between.
States, and deprived them of the sa- And "the green-eyed monster" seized
crcd prerogative of local self-govern- him by the heart-strings.
mcnt, in defiance of the guaranties of After the old woman had departed.
the Federaal compact. It has, in time he galloped into the room and pranced
of peace, .subordinated the civil to the up to his wife,
military power It has plundered and "err word a lance-thrust, and
imprisoned eitizens without due process
nf lnw. Tt 1ms disnpnod n. hiwfnllv
elected Legislature at the point of the ERf .,ie dcmantlca, in sharp, quick
bayonet, and foisted upon the people
officers they had rejected at the polls
It has pillaged State and national trcas
unes. in tne name ol republicanism
it has perpetrated the gravest crimes
against the republic. It is rotten with
corruption. Such has lieen the nature
of the testimony against it,
Kentucky will be the first of the jury
to give cxpres.-ion to the verdict ot con
demnation. Let her speak in tones
that can be heard from one end of the
nation to the other. We each and all
of us have a sacred duty to perform
next Monday, and wc should suffer
no ordinary circumstances to interfere
with the performance of that duty.
all. It teaches the heart lessous of en
durance and faith, and through its dark
iiess the sufferer sees ever the star of hone Well may deception be considered one
iie.Ii tella ofthe dories bevond. of the most terrible words in the vocabu
ci " a I . .
But of all shadowed lives, we find it in lary ot our language,
.-.r l.nm-ia in fool most fnr llmse which " will sever the ties of wannest friend-
are darkened bv an unhappy marriage. slP. case the gay and happy to bow in
For this wounds daily our fondest hopes submission to its will, involve nations m
and sweetest impulses; it trifles with and war, and render man unworthy of notice,
buries our holiest and dearest affections, or to become a partaker of the fruit of
and writes upon the tomb thereof, "Xo the tree of life.
iope." It embitters the victim with the Iotwithstanding all tins, it is practised
thought forever. To his crher life is the by all, and none can truthfully deny prac-
glory of a great love closed forever. To Using it, or, at times, of becoming its via
dm the portals of a happy home, that tim.
fountain of freshness and delight at which Some not only practice it, but cultivate
the soul must drink to gather strength it and consider it an art well worth at
Each glance a flame of Arc."
"Give me thatletterof Pete Shank-
"What do you mean?" asked the as
I want that letter; that's what
"I have no letter, and yon ought to
be ashamed of yourself, so you ought!"
"No use in your tryingto deceive me
I hiow you have a letter from Pete
Siiankeu, and I want it, and I am
bound to have it, madam!"
"You must be crazy, sir!"
"No, I am not crazy. And as to
being ashamed, you arc the one to be
ashamed, yourself, to begetting lettcn
from that d d scoundrel and thief
a fellow so mean and low down that the
doors won't bark at him! Don't von
T -1 I. 1 ..11 .1 ... i i o
oui u u:uaH.i . in." uuj UO feel j.lkc you WM ju dn fine buaincss
g.wng a. iiibbuihi: iiuiicius iu me madilm for a married woman?"
lwpular verdict against Itadicalism .v ..ti i
11 . i I ov 1 know you are crazy, sir!
aim lis crimes, jjvl us iuukuiiIU iven- n. i-j t .i:.i.. i 11...1
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tiicky svo.ee roll through the land as ol(. hcilcJlUav ,,hcn shc gave it to you
luuimeriuiu.uuiua iiiumto u re- . Here's IW.s lottor? Oh. no! noli
coming a majority 01 u.Vw r -uc- - ()f Uw sort, Nom. fooIi mUbt
Ckeauv. AVe can easily accomplish 1)est0 , I Want and will have that
it if every man of us will only do Jus jej(er;
duty next Monday. Tns'fantlv thn Irnth flMshr.1 i.not, Ihe
GO VERNOIt LESLIES "IMrJlOP- wife, and so ludicrous was the error into
KIT CONDUCT. her husband had fallen, that her anger
Governor Lilie while recently on gave place to mirth, and she bur.-t into
a visit to Glasgow, his old home, was a fit of hearty laughter.
importuned by his friends and neigh-1 " V hat! you shameless crea "
Iwrs to make them a f-pcech on the po- "Enough, sir. I will give you the
Htical i-sues of the day. lie yielded ftr Mrs. Shankei: brou?ht me." and
to their importunities, and made most going to the cupboard, still Mniling,
decidedly the ablest political speech .,,,,1 taking out the "peach leather,"
that has lecn delivered in Kentucky turned and extended it towards her
for many years. It was entirely com- jealous husband,
posed of the calm and thoughtful utter- He looked upon it, suddenly remem
anccs of the statesman. It was abso- bcred that Mrs. Siiankeu was Dutch.
lutely free alike from the exaggerations and realized what an egregious ninny
I handle nothing the more nothing there
is in it.
has just broken out in all its virulence
here, but with no fatal results as yet.
is cut and shocked, but the season con
tinues so rainy that great fears are enter
tained that it will sprout in the shock.
THE OATS CROP
is ripening fast, hut cannot he harvested
by reason of much rain.
COKX AND TOBACCO
were never better except on bottom land,
where it is about drowned out.
MATTERS AKD TU1XGS IS GENERAL.
Ilocker was in town a day or two since.
and seems to be buoyant and hopeful.
He will get more than a party vote here.
The building for the foundry is up and
X new drug-store is in course of erec
C. 0. Langhlin is finishing a new
store house, with open front, wh:ch, when
MASTER COMMISSIONER'S XOTICE,
K. A. Truman's Admr., pltff,"
E. A. Truman's heirs, dfts. 1
All pernors having claims aainst the estate
of Edmund A. Truman, deceased, aro requested
to produce the same, properly proven, to the
unuers:ned, Master Commissioner of the Ohio
Circuit Court, at his office in Hartford, Ky., on
or before the 15th day or October next, or they
mil be forever barred.
E. R. MCRRELL, M.C.O.C.C.
July 14, 1S75. 23n3m
11:4s a. m.
12:25 p. m.
Millwood at (Dinner) 1:09 "
Bearer Dam at 2:S0 "
Rockport at 3:20 "
Owensbom Junction at 2:45 "
Nortonville Junction at 5:05 "
Paducab at 9:00 "
Tbe np train for Louisville leaves Padocah
daily except Sunday at 4 a. m. and arrives at
Nortonville Junction at
Owensboro Junction at
Beaver Dam at
Big Clifty at (Dinner)
Cecilian Junction at
Hartford U connected with the railroad at
Reaver Dam by stage line twice a day.
These trains connect with Elizabethtown at
Ceoelian: Kith Oirensboro at Oirensboro
Junction, and with Evansville, Henderson and
ItashviIIe at Nortontille.
D. F. Wiiiicoiic, superintendent.
8:05 a. m.
12:10 p. m.
MASTER COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
James II. Taylor's, Admr., pltff.l
against f Equity.
James H. Taylor's heirs, dftj. J
All persons bavins claims against tne estate
of James II. Taylor, deceased, are requested to
produce the same, properly proven to tne un
dersigned. Master Commissioner of the Ohio
Circuit Court, at his office in Hirtford, Ky.,
on or before the 15th day of October next, or
they will be forever barred.
E. B. MURRELL, M.C.O.C.C.
July 14, 1875. 28n3m
MASTER COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
F.vmiHvillp. Onrcnsboro & XasliTlIlc.
The Mail and Accommodation trains are run
by the following time-table:
for the heat and burden of the outside tent ion. So with most belles and beaux J (inislictl will bean ornament to the town
01 tne present uay, wno ponucr m tneir Succcs8 to vou Cornev; may yourshadow
minds how they can best deceive each 0 i.
battle. Artic iio.v.
Oanf.tvh.le, Kr., July 20.
For tho Hartford Herald.
WHY ARE COMMON SCHOOLS OFTEN
There have been eleven new dwellings
built here within the last twelve months,
besides renovations and additions to oth
ers. Unlike the Great Temple, "the
IVm, Duke, sr.'s, Executors, pltffj,
AVm. Duke, sr.'s, heirs, dfts.
AH persons having claims against the estate
of Wm. Duke, sr.. deceased, arc requested to
produce the same, properly proven, to the un-1 Qwensboro at
ucrsigneti, piaster uonimissioner or tne unio 1 Sutherland's
circuit court, at his otlice In Hartford, Ky., on I Crow's
or oeiore ine iota uay 01 uctoner next, or tney 1 Lewis'
will be forever barred. I Kiley's
Jr.. K. il U KUtiLL, 5I.C.O.C.C. Tichenor's
July 14, IS. a. 23n..m
Oirensboro at COO a m
Sutherland's 6.23 "
Crow's 0 36 "
Lewis' 6.43 "
Riley's 7.00 "
Tichenor's 7.10 "
Livermore D. 7.20 "
Lirermore 7.25 "
Island 7.37 "
Stroud's 7.43 "
S. Carrollton 8.08 "
L.P..tS.W.Cros's S.20 "
L.P..'feS.W.Dcp. 8.25 "
Ben. Duvall's Admr., pltff,")
against V Equity.
Ren. Duvall's heirs. 1
2.00 p m
3 49 "
4 17 "
All persons naring claims against tne estate 1 j..i.&s.w.uep. s.ou
800 p m
12.00 a ta
other, or create a fulse impression upon
which starch, paint, wigs, and flattering
tongues are nit made to exert their full
power. And those who draw such into
This ciuestio has often been asked, service seem unconscious of the fact that noise of the saw and hammer'' is contin- J
and perhaps as often answered, though, they will be held accountable for such I ually heard
sometimes, incorrectly. Many people er- acts at the judgment bar of God. The stave factory will soon be in op-
rotiiouslv suimose that every failure in Often do we meet the man whose tongue eration again. Niuir. Nehini.
tlm rnrl.-inrr nf tlm pntiri eplinnl sv.fpm I and countenance sav he is our warmest
0 1 - 1 tt t...i 1 wr o: t
: ...:i....i.i .1: :j:,. fr end. nnd 11 h s bp.irt he enrr es en. llK"1 "u(r " " oiuiuiuiis. ui
0 aiuiuuuiuic Liimi "ii li.ii i vj . ihuii.i,.- i . i ... ...
.... I i..,.i .1.0. ......i.. 1 j,i, Madison county, engaged 111 a battle
ly 10 tne nijtmicious management 01 ice 'b'-u "-"B" """" ' - - -
,;!. quench. So we meet thecharmiti" belle. ro'al on tl,c strec,s ofKichmond, Mon
tkUVilVIUI I la a - t
The teachers arc charcd with covet- whose eyes and smiles say she is a friend "' Hutler was snot across tne auao
of Benjamin Duvall, deceased, are requested to
produce the same, properly proven, to the un
dersigned, Master Commissioner of the Ohio
Circuit Court, at his office in Hartford, Ky., on
or beforo the 15th day of October next, or they
will bo forever barred.
E. R. MURRELL, M.C.O.C.C.
July 14. 1S75. 28n3m
. 1 n 1 ... 4 .-I, : r .. 1 1.
ousness and laziness, it is sam tney UD "- om.u ouk 13 tutu,
charge too high a ealary, and thus cause the answer is invariably 2o !
dissensions. It is also said that they do Such is every-day life, and were the
not work to the interest of their patrons, veil of deception lifted from our every
but aim only to fill out their time, and heart, and each one made to shine in its
thus secure their wages. true light, how different would be the
Now, if all this he true, teachers, as a light from that which now shines in per-
class, arc unfit to be the companions of 80113 wll 8cem virtuous and pure, and
the vouth. and less fit to he his instruc- wll ,T0Uld ue liown to be base, low, and
tor I treacherous. And on the other hand,
Rut. before napsin? the sentence of ex- thousands who are looked upon will.
communication uiwn this class, let us scorn, would appear in their true light,
. . . I 1 a 1 I I 1 1
enter into a thorough investigation of the Pure m iicari unu 01 unuieiiiisiieu cuarac.
Wc will first hear the testimony of the
lie testifies that the teacher was cm
ployed to teach the school at a liberal
price; that he commenced the term with
fair prospects, but, some how or other,
soon lost all interest iu the school. Says
men Mid Simmons through
neither dangerously hurt.
MASTER COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE,
Gabriel Acton's Admrs, pltffs, "
Gabriel Acton's heirs, defts. J
AH persons having claims against the estate
of Gabriel Acton, deceased, are requested to
uroducc the same, properly proven, to the un
dersigned. Master Commissioner ot the Ohio
Circuit Court, at his office in Uartlord, Ky., on
or before tho 15th day of October next, or they
will be forever barred.
E. It. MURRELL, M.C.O.C.C.
July 14, 1875. 23n3m
Trains run daily, Sundays excepted.
R. 5. TKli LETT, uen'l manager.
IIAltTronD LUIMiE, XO. IS. I.O.CJ.T.
Meets regularly every Thursday evening in
Tailor's Hall. Transient members of the
Order are cordially invited to attend.
B. r. BERUYMAN, y. c.X.
Willir Lewis, W. Secy.
"Ah I that deceit should steal such shapes,
And with a virtuous vision hide deep vice!"
tiii: r.RA(ii:u I'icMr.
For the Hartford Herald.
a r.vrni:if.s waii
DIED On the 23rd Instant, Gsonnn An.
gyle, infant and only son of George C. Wed
ding, of Hartford, Ky.
Forever gone, my only sonl
Forever faded, lovely one!
(lone to thy mother's arms nbovc,
To see her face and claim her love.
Thy smiles no more will greet me here,
The smiles that were to sweet and dear!
Rut thou wilt bo a star to guido
Thy erring father o'er tho tide,
And greet him on that gulden shoro
Whcro all is lovo forevcrmorc!
Sleeping babe, now fare-thce-wcll 1
Without thee hero I now must dwell.
When summers come nnd flowers bloom
In tears I'll visit Argyle's tomb.
And ask a wifo and son to cheer
My wretched life while lingering here.
Yos, may thoso stars In glory shine,
Light up this bleeding heart of mine.
Gone, Argyle, gone! forevor gone!
And I am left to weep alonel
Hartford, Kr., July 26, 1875.
I.OI ISVII.I.E TTEKKLT
Continues for the present year its liberal ar.
rangement, whereby, on tne 311 01 uecemDar,
1875, it will distribute Impartially among its
TY virtue of an order of the Ohio County I In presents, comprising greenbacks and nearly
I f t,ouri. maue at mo juiy term, low, ui soiu one tuousana urciui oou uenuuiui articles.
Court, there will be Dolls onened in I The Courier-Journal is a lons-esuDiisnrti
DISTRICT ICO. 6, (ELLIS'), . wide-awaxe, progressive, newsy, origin
I No other naner offers such inducements to
DISTRICT NO. 11, (BARTLETI S), subscribers and club agents. Circulars with
Ohio county, on the first Monday in August, full particulars and specimen copies sent Ken
1S75. to elect a Constable in each of said Dis- on applicatisn.
tricts, to fill vacancies caused by the failure of I Terms, $2 00 a year and liberal offers to elub.
tbe Constables elect to qualify. Given under
my hand this 0th day of July, lsu.
nZTto X. J. b.ui 111, s.u.u.
KlNDERIIOOK, OUIO COUXTV, Kt., 1
July 20, 187j. J
Editor IIekald: I had the pleasure of
lie, "1 never went to the sclioolliouse M- beins present at a picnic given by the
ring the session, but the children say tliat Grangers of Ohio county, July 17th, at
he did not keep order, but lust let tlie Barnctt's Creek Church Grove.
scholars do as they pleased. And worst Preparations had been made to enter
of all, they tell me that he didn't try to ta;n not only their membership, but all
learn (teach) them anything. Contin others who might be present, and wc
uis the witness, "1 didn t send to school noticed among the throng the professional
much, as the roads were so bad, and then man a3 WC1I as the Granger, free to ex
I was so busy with my work that I had press their delight at the good taste cf the
to keep my children at home a good deal, assemblage. The beautiful oak grove
and then, toward the last of the school, I furnished a pleasant shade from the
they didn't much icanl to no." burning rays of the sun. The morning
Wc will now hear the evidence of the was partly passed in social and friendly
teacher. He states that he begati the conversation; the young gallants prome
school with some hopes of success, nading with the beautiful daughters of
Though, says he, "In the beginning I Ohio county, who graced the occasion
had many difliculties with which to con- with their presence, and cast a nurthlul
tend. For the school was crowded, and brightness over the gathering by their x or the arrest and delivery to mc 01
the scholars brought such a variety of smiling countenances. The social feature (jJJORGE ELI GHINN!
llil uuuM' ""3 ""ip::u loiir- 01 our uruer coiiaiuereu iu u.ic who bfoke 0Bt of .jU on ,he n;sht of tho ,l8t
range the school into more classes than I of its clncl beauties, was wen exempuueu. uf July, lb. 5. said utunn is about is about a
had time to hear and instruct properly. Some prominent speakers had been in- fect 8,ur.'J in,ehc !.n I'eight. weighs about 175
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ouiiii; uiuuj;iii uutiu a ii uiiuiciiu, u 1 viieu iu aiienu, uiib uu uiiauitj wmu w. 1 ligut hair anu eyes, witu uair cut very Close
pilitinnsV S.11111. brnn-lil Iffiv'a nnd nt 1. Il.om in bo nrpeoni his risht arm i. off close lo the shoulder. J
' B J I . . " I nvi' II IT V nil VTl Tini.T. A T!
u"h" . ...nvi iiiiu. j. u. ....mi., ui.K uu. "-" for his arrest and delivery to mo at the jail in
brought bir.iley s old Arithmetic. 1 he known lawyers of Hartford, was called Hartford, Ky. 1.. it. w imi, jailer u.u,
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same variety was found 111 tho Geogra- upon and delivered a very interesting
phies, Headers and Spellers. However, I speech, showing thot the organization of
arranged the school as best 1 could, and the farmers into a body politic, for the
did all I could to encourage the students, protection of their interests and welfare,
telling them what a great work they I is as necessary aa the formation into con
might accomplish if they would do their ventions, associations", boards ol trade,
duty. But my plans were &oon thwarted and unions of the different professions,
by the irregular attend-ince of the stu mercantile, business men, or the median
ilents. Coming, as ninny of them did, ies, for the furtherance of their interests.
only two or three days in a week, I could He showed that the Grange was a grand
not keen them classed, nor could I cive movement in the broadest sense of the
them any assurance of success while aS term, and he, as a lawyer, took no urn
tending in Ibis wav. But to add to my "rage at the Order.
critical situation, the absence of the At noon the contents of the baskets,
Arein receipt of a large and well-selected stock
of standard and seasonable goods, sucn as
P.. C. MEKBILI. S. J. IIAKT.
MEKIHIiL iVj IIAIiT,
Xo. 172 Main Street, between Fifth and Sixth,
The undersigned would respectfully an- and C7erJthinK usually kept
nounce to the aniens 01 unio county, mat j goods houses.
they arc now prepared to no an Kinds 01
:! FOR 30 DAYS ONLY
of the partisan and the hypocritical, he hod made of himself. Ho manful- scholars gave a sure indication that their under the supervision of the ladies, were
egotUtieal self-praise of the demagogue, ly apologized to his wife, who as freely
Iu it he did not announce himself a forgave him; but to this dav, whenever
candidate for the U. S. Senate, nor did he begins to shake his inane preparato-
lie indicate that it was his intention to ry lo :i spurt as :i raging lion, he has
fursakc his duties as Governor and par- only to utter the words, "Pete's let
ticipatc in the pending State canvass, tor," when his bristles fall, and lie be
lle violated no rale of propriety, nnd comes as meek and tractable as a fciick-
Kiid nothing nor did anything to call ing dove,
down ujion him the virtuous indigna
tion of the followers of old Sobohum
and Bkck. They are mistaken in the
a.-sertion that no other Governor of
Kentucky ever made a political speech
while in ollice. Mittcalfi:, Letcheii,
Owsi.kv, Mor.i:iii:.Yi, Al.vGomx and
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1.KA11.1.1 1 1. llll .IlII'IlllCl III IIKI 111I1I1- I .-. . .. . . .
1 ftearcner, tne noted race horse, was
ner, hygiviug publicexpre.1011 to their foIl ,,y Mr. j0t,c)h Ithodes, of Lexington,
icwr on matters ot public policy ami (0 Lorillard, of New York, for ?'J,500.
Mr. Howard Gray and wife, of Shi'Ihy
ville, arc visiting her father, Dr. .1. E.
Pendleton. They are accompanied by
The worst roads in the countv arc the
streets of Hartford.
"PREPARATORY to my leaving fur tho
JL bast to lay in a stock of
parents did not appreciate my efforts to .emptied on the long tables, nnd every-
crcate nn interest nnioiiL' the HtiidpntM. fiir I lr..l.-nr,. i;11,. :.,,.:in,l 1,. mrioLn tlm
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their advancement. Their absence fur. feast, which did not consist of a great I1 21, II V9u WW 111 lily I
thermore led mc to conclude that their
parents did not take proper interest them
selves. Taking tin's view of the matter, I
I0.H my interest too, t-eeing that my ut
most endeavors must result in nothing
short of a failure."
We have now heard the evidence on
both sides, and thus far found no contra
diction in the statements. But the ver
dict is against the patron: for he did
wrong first. lie did not send to school
regularly, and thus not only showed a
uaut of interest on his part; but catiecd
those whom he scut to lose all tkeir in
terest. As a comment upon this verdict, a
voice is heard, siying, "It is the duty of
variety, but in quantity it was supcra
bmidant, and in quality it could not be
Alter dinner llro. A Liter, our County
Deputy, delivered an address, setting forth
the organization of the order, and giving
an explanation of its objects and pur
poses, which was listened to with marked
Bro. K. P. Hockcr, our candidate for
the Legislature, then announced himself,
and proceeded to give us an idea of what
he was in favor of, and of what he would
advocate if elected, (which he will be).
Col. Shanks then lollowed, and then Bro.
A. F. Dadisman, and their speeches were
all just what was desired to be heard,
Roods, I offer for falo tho following articles at
tho prices named:
Onrk'K O. A T. Tlireml, 1 .SpooN for
Oilicoe-. lir-t lirmnl-,7 to S mils.
Vnril.it iile llro nil DonlcMlc. u fi'iu
ltlt-iM-linl lo So 11 e.
I.nlr-t StyleHorirM.oolsut Iniiorl
.'ottoiimlr. from SO to c-iil.
I.... lira Sl.ii.-- In-Ill Ml lo HI. ."ill.
licit Uiialtty .Men's IlrocanH Irons HI
. IO I.1.3U.
tlc.t!iliir til Xew Ynrk foil.
.Men- While. AIM. inell, Shield Ilosoin
A ml ci cr.i tiling else in roiortion.l
I mean what I sav. I have no time for fool
ishuess. I am determined to sell, as I must
have the room for new coods. Call and sec an
tatisfy yourselves. Now is tho only epportu
nity vou will ever have to buy goods at really
vrnnicsuie prices. it. oi.viju.
Uattford. Ky., July 1S75. oily
Daily edition SI2. Postage prepaid on alt
papers without extra charge. Address
President Courier-Journal Company
at their new shop in Hartford. T hey have sc
cured the services of a competent workman to
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
GENTS' Jt YOUTHS' CLOTniXG,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
DRILLINGS 4 SHEETINGS,
BLEACHED Jt; BR. DOMESTICS.
dry goods !
LOOK AT THIS!
and they guarantee satisfaction, both as to
rate and pbices. in an cases, xncy win
WAGONS AND BUGGIES,
and will make and furnish
COFFINS AND BURIAL CASES
at tho lowest possible prices. Call and sco us I
before engaging your worK cisewuere.
and satisfaction guaranteed. By close applica
tion to business wc hope to merit tho support
ofour friends, MAUZV Jt HURT.
Jan. 20, 1873. JaJlliy
Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN,
Drugs, JiLxUcines ami Chemicals,
Fine Toilet Soapi, Fancy Hair and Toolh-
Brush es, Perfumery and tancy loilct
Articles, Trusses and Shoulder
Puro Wines and Liquors for medical purposes..
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye' Stuffs,
Caliroen from 7 lo 9 crnts: Blcnrhnl
I nnd llrown Cottons from H lo 15 cents;
ami nil other roods equally low.
Call, examine and price our fabrics. No tria
ble to show goods. Remember the place.
liAiia j: Mir.
nIS-4w Rockport, Ky.
Plain solid 1S-1U. Gold Encasement anil
Wedding Rings furnished to order promptly;
also Set Rings, with AmethisU Garnet, Topaz,
Moss Agate, Pearl or Diamond settings, rum
Gold 1 8-kt. Rings f roin Sa to $1 5 each. In or
dering, measure the largest joint of the finger
you desire fitted with a narrow pleceof piper.
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and send us tne paper. eius;riuouj uou,
motto, er dato free of charge. Kings sentby
mail on receipt of price, or by express, with,
bill to collect on delivery of goods. Money
may be sent safely by Express, Post-ofuco
Honey Uruer, or uegisicreu uvucr.
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Jteter to ucorge n.iia.n.
C. P. BARNES Bro..
Jewelers.Main st.,bt. fdh Jt7th, Louisville. Ky
JAS. 1. THOMAS, CIO. A,LATT,
JXS. A. TH03I.VS & CO.
Dealers ia staple and fancy
Notions. Fancy Goods, Clothing, Boot and
Pens, Ink, Envelopes, Glas s Shoes, Hats and Caps. A large assortment 01
Putty, Carbon oil, Lamps and Chimneys.
Physicians prescriptions accurately com
pounded, noi ij
THE t'ltOW HOUSE,
Opposite the Courthouso
JOHN S. V AUGHT Piornirroi:.
Ihcse goods kept constantly on hand, and will
be sold at tne very lowest cmu r....
not It t
Wanted to borrow S3.00Q for two or three
years, for which Un per cent, interest will do
paid payable semi-annually note to be du
if interest is not promptly paid, and will se
cure the lender by a mortgage on real estate;
i . .jj:i:nn.i .....i .i r v will crlre him to
hold as collateral real estate lien notes worth,
. - . ...... . dunvt'V .
Comfortable rooms, prompt attention, and I at least $0,000. Address "MONti,
low prices. The traveling public are respect- I llEAi.n office, Uaruord, ivy.
fully invited to giro us a share of patronage.
Every exertion made to rentier guests comiort
All kinds of Blaeksmithing done in fooi
style and at the lowest price foreash only.
11 n nsKAHOEISG.
ger trains on tho L. P. .t Southwestern rail- ...... ,. -.ifl t
toad. Fassengtrs ct down wherever they de- adeaspecialty. W ill shoe all round for, l
sire. ut ly I moot 1)
Mr. Vaught will continue the stage twice a
day between Hartford and Beaver Dam. morn
Ing and evening, connecting wiin an psstn