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IX THE TOWN or
METFORD, OHIO C0U.1T, KENTUCKY,
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lion. James Stuart, Judge, of Owcnsboro.
Hon. Jna. Uaycraft, Attorney, Eliiabcthtown.
A. L. Morton, Clerk Hartford.
IS. R. Murrell, Master Commissioner, Hartford.
T. J. Smith, Sheriff, Hartford.
. L. Wiic, Jailer, Hartford.
Court begins on the second Mondays in May
and Noreutber, and continues four weeks each
Hon. W. F. Gregory, Judge, Hartford.
Capt, gam. K. Cox, Clerk, Hartford.
J. P. Sanderfer, Attorney, Hartford.
Court begins on tho first Monday in every
Begins on the 3rd Mondays in January, April,
July and October.
COURT OF CLAIMS.
Begins on the first Mondays in October and
OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS.
J.J. Leach, Assessor, Cromwell.
G. Smith Fitihugh, Surveyor, Sulphur Springs.
Thos. II. Boswcll, Coroner, Sulphur Spring.
W. L. Rowe, School Commissioner, Hartford.
Caney District, No. 1. I. II. Alford, Justice,
held March 5, June 17, September 4, December
IS. E. F.Tilford, Justice, held March IS, June
4, September 18, December 4.
Cool Springs District, No. 2. A. X. Ilrown,
Justice, held March 3, Juno 15, September 2,
December 16. I). J. Wilcox, Justice, held
March IS, June 2, September 1C, December 2.
Cenlrevillo District, No. 3. W. P. Render,
Justice, held March 31, Juno 14, September 30,
December 15. T. S. Bennett, Justice, held
March IC, June 2S, September 13, December,
Bell'a Store District, No. 4. Benj. Newton,
Justice, March II, June 23, September 1 1, De
cember 27. S. Wood war J, Justice, March 21,
June 10, September 25, December 11.
Fordsvillo District, No. 5. C. W. R. Cobb
Justice, M arch 8, J unc 1 9, September 8, Decem
ber 22. J. L. Burton, Justice, March 20, June
7, September 22, December 8.
Ellis District, No. 6. C. S. McElroy, March
5, June 21, September J, December 23. Ja.
Miller, Justice, March 22, June 8, September
23, December 9.
Hartford District, No. 7. Jno. I. Coopor,
Justice, March 13, June 25, September 14, Do
cember 29. A. B. Bennett, Justice, March 25,
June II, September 27, December 13.
Cromwell District, No. 8. Samuel Austin
Justice, March 27, June 10, September 2'J, De
cember 17. Melvin Taylor, Justice, March 17,
June 3"", September 17, December 31.
Hartford District, No. 9. Thomas L.Allen,
Justice, March 12, June 21, September 13, De
cember 28. Jno. M. Leach, Justice, March 2ft,
June 12, September 23, December 14.
Sulphur Spring! District, No. 10. R. G.
AVeddioz, Justice, March 19, June 5, September
21, December 7. Jno. A. Bennett, Justice,
March 0, June IS, September 7, December 21.
Bartlett DUtrict, No. II. W. U. Cummin,
Justice, March 10, June 22, September 10, De
cember 21. J. S. Yates, 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
Saturday in January. April, July an I October.
Cromwell. A. 1. Montague, Judge, first
Tuesday in January, April, July and October.
Ccralvo. W. D. Barnard, Judge, last Sat
urday in March, June, September and Decem
ber. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1S75.
JXO. P. BARRETT, Local Editor.
All per&ons inkwtcd to this office, will
please call and pay tip, as wc are in urgent
rjecu oi some money wc cannot run a
nevrspa)cr without tnoncv, and hence we
arc under the necessity of coliectin;; as
fast as amounts fall due.
Rev. B. A. Cunditr will preach at the
courthouse next Sunday morning and
Prof. J. E. Hayncs left home Saturday
10 assist In conducting the Webster county
Teacher's Instituted Dixon, which began
its session Monday.
The tobacco and corn, since the few
days of dry weather set in, promise much
better crops than they did last week.
About one-fourth of the wheat crop was
TV,t orU'itrlhlf ss U Iiciil.
Mr. W. U. Williams, grocer and pro
duce dealer of this city, puts his wheat in
a tub of water. The sound grains sink to
the bottom and the worthless ones llo.it
One day last week, Sheriff" Johnson, of
Henderson county, arrested a man named
Hickereon, in this county, charged with
being one of the murderers of a man
named Elliot, at ahouf-e of bad repute,
near the city of Henderson, several weeks
rpTTTTl TTT7,T T Ti OHirial Returns ol'llic Ohio Conn
JLJULlll 12JL1YLjXJ . ly Election. August 1S75.
McCreary, 79; Umlenvood, "S; 3Ioo,
77; Smith, 77; Tate, 7'.; Ilenileraon, 7S;
Marcum, 77; Hocker, 157.
Harlan, 131; Boyd, 01; Goodloc, 87;
RitlilTe, SO; Berry, 80; Griffin, 77; Pat
Total vote, 233. Majority against con
McCreary, 77; Underwood, 70, Mo53,
07; Smith, 07; Tate, 72; Henderson, 72;
Marcum, 07; Hoclccr, 1 19.
Harlan, SI, Boyd. 02, Goodloc, .r9; llat-
lifle, 5S; Berry, 53; Griffin, 07, Patrick,
Total vote, 1G2. Majority against con
McCrcary, 130; Uuderwood 114; Moss,
113; Smith, 115; Tate, 107: Henderson,
107; Marcum, 102; Hocker, 204.
Harlan, 47; Boyd, 45;Goodloe, 44; Bit-
lifle. 42; Berry 41; Griffin, 41; Patrick, 39.
Total vote 232. Majority against con
McCrcnry, 101; Udderwood, 0G; Moss,
96; Smith, 95; Tate 95; Hendersou, 9b;
Marcum, 95; Hocker, 130.
Harlan, 04; Boyd, 5S; Goodloc, 5S; Rat-
liffe, 5S; Berry, 08; Grifliin, 53; Patrick,
Total vote, 150. Majority against con
McCrcary, 115; Underwood, 113; Moss,
112; Smith, 113; Tate, 112; Henderson,
112; Marcum, 112; Hocker, 177.
Harian. 01, Boyd, 45; Goodloe, 41;
Ratlifle. 41; Berry, 53; Griffin, 45; Pat
Total vote, 193. Majority against con
McCrcary, 9G; Underwood, 92. Moss,
92; Smith, 92; Tate, 92. Henderson, 92;
Marcum, 92; Hocker, 100.
Harlan, 10; Boyd, 0, Goodloe, 5, Rat
lifle. 3; Berry, 7; Griffin, 3; Patrick, 3.
Total vote, 103. Majority against con
McCrcary, 141; Underwood, 140; Moss,
139; Smith, 111; Tate, 124; Henderson,
142; Marcum. 139; Hocker. 181.
Harlan, 131; Boyd, 117; Goodloe, KG;
Ratliffe. 115; Berry, 130; Gritlin, 114;
Total vote, 2S0. Majority against con
McCreary, 120; Underwood, 107; Moss,
109; Smith, 109; Tate, 111; Henderson,
109; Marcum, 107; Hocker, 257.
Harlan, 159; Boyd, 117; Goodloe. 117;
Ratliffe. 110; Berry, 103; Griffin, 119: Pat
Total vote, 32S. Majority against the
convention, 22 1.
McCrcary, 124; Underwood, 120; Moss,
117; Smith. 122jTalc,9G; Henderson, 110;
Marcum, 1 17; Hocker, 152.
Harlan 108; Boyd, 157; Goodloe, 15S;
Ratliffe. 155;Berry, 170; Gritlin, 15S; Pal-
rick, 157; W. H. Rock, 73.
Total vote, 301. Majority against the
McCreary, 70, Underwood; 70; Moss, OS;
Smith, 0?; Tate, 01; Henderson, 07; Mar
cum, OS; Hocker, 74.
Harlan. 04; Boyd. GO: Goodloe, 51; Rat
liffe. 50; Berry. 00; Griffin, 51; Patrick,
50; T. V. Wedding, 51.
Total vote, 144. Majority against the
McCrcnry, 7S; Underwood, 70; Hoi,
70; Smith, 70; Tate, 77; Henderson, 77;
Marcum, 77; Hocker, 97.
Harlan, 04; Boyd, 53; Goodloc, 53; Rat
liffe, 53; Rerry.OG; Griffin. 52; Patrick, 52.
Total vole, 152. Majority against the
Total number of voles cast, 2,295.
Majority against the constitutional con
Democratic fall-off" from the vote of
Radical fall-off from the vote of 1871,
McCrcary 's majority, 1 IS.
Underwood's majority, 275.
Moss' majority, 204.
Smith's majority, 291.
Tate's majority, 210.
Henderson's majority, 293.
Marcum's majority, 278.
Hocker'e majority, 1,524.
Transfers ol ICeal Kstutc:
Tlie following transfers of real estate
have been lodged for record since our hut
W. B. Tichcnor to Frank Tichcnor, 95
acres on Rough Creek, an exchange of
B. F. Riley to Rev. J. A. Shackelford,
lot in Ncwvillc, deed of gift.
The following is a list of the marriage
licenses issued since our last report:
George W. Griffin, and Miss Texanncr
Baisl II. Stewart, and Mits Susan J.
We are indebted to Mrs. Trancis D,
Barnctt, of this county, for a specimen of
the finest tasted and finest-look-ins home
inane cueesc we ever came across, the
product of her own industrious and skill
f.u hands. Many thanks.
It's a dry moon, and it is in vain that
Prof. Iiccb prophecies and the clouds
wrestle with it. It just lays over on its
back, clutches the gras with its hands
and declares that wc cliall have a dry
The Toaelier'.s Institute.
The Teachers Institute of this county
began its session at the courthouse Mon
day morning, and will eloo to morrow
night. The fallowing-educators are in at
tendance: CouutS'iioN'BR. W. 1, Rowe, Hartford .
Conditctuih. Prof. .1. B. Reynolds,
Louisville; Piof. B. H Cohy, Whites
ville; John O' Flaherty, Livermore.
Secretary-. Malcolm Mclntyre, Hart
ford. Ce.sti:rtovt. Geo. M. Rowe, S. B.
Bishop, Alfred Ashhy, Philip E. Hocker,
T. W. Hendricks.
Rosi.vk.-W. G. Stewart, J. W. Turner,
E F. Til ford.
Ckomwei.l T,. V. Paxton, A. Jones.
Sulphur Springs. Ben M. Davis, R.
R. Wedding, Miss Susan W. Bennett.
Point Pleasant. R. P. Rowe.
Buiord. W. D. Yates.
IIartpord. J.. II. Wellcr.
Pleasant Ridge. Thos. S. Tavlor, G.
WitiTESviLLE. Thos. P. Ralph, J. T.
Taylor, Geo. II. Roach.
Horse Branch. B. I Stevens.
Rock port. A. H. Ros.
Cooi. Spkinus Miss V. Austin.
Beaver Dam. Miss S. A. Paxton, Miss
Livia. J. II. Bolton.
Hogg's Falls. J. W. Bishop, V. D.
Logansport. Thomas Phegly.
Ceralvo. J. T. Cotrman.
Itasc Itnll .Mulch.
The "Blackstones" will play the
"Cliques," both of this cilj-, at the Fair
Grounds, on Thursday of next week.
Hon. II. D. McIIcnry is Captain of the
'Blackstoncs'whilethe "Cliiues"are led
by that equally rotund gentleman, Judge
Gregory. Judge Baird will act as Umpire,
and II. D. Taylor will score the game.
All neighboj-,g amateur clubs, and the
public generally, arc invited. The follow
ing gentlemen compose the clubs.
E. C. Hubbard, pitcher, E. F. Slrother,
catcher; Sam. E. Hill, 1st base; E. D.
Walker, 2d base; Geo. C. Wedding. 3rd
base; II. D. McIIenry, short stop; Jno. C.
Townsend, left fielder; J. E Fogle, center
fielder; John P. Barrett, right fielder; R.
S. Moseley, greaser.
E. R. Miirrcll, pitcher; A. L. Morton,
catcher; Sam. K. Cox, 1st base; Thoi. J.
Smith, 2d base; E. L. Wise, 3rd base;
Win. F. Gregory, shortstop; F. P. Morgan,
left fielder; Wm. L. Rowe, center fielder;
Clarence Hardwick, right fie'der, J. P.
Ample police force will be on the
ground to preserve order, and prevent any
gentleman from Hying the track.
The Institute an "Iniposilion"
What si Competent Teacher Says
To the Editor ok the Herald:
We visited your town this morning
with the view of remaining several days.
The calling of Teachers together was the
main incentive that brought us to your
beautiful village. Wc scrutinized the
workings of a few individual minds, and
arc warranted in saying that the present
Institute being now held is an imposition
upon the'feachcra of Ohio county.
Wc claim that the extra tax upon the
Teachers of this county is tinjuit and un
called for by the people of the county.
Wc do not desire to cast any reflections,
whatever, as we have ever been a genial
friend to Popular Education.
Wc claim that it is the duty of the
Commissioner to have the Institute prop
erly conducted, and not to onerously tax
the leachers whose wages are now re-
luccd to such a low standard. We claim
hat equity and justice should govern such
things, and if our Commissioner can't give
his Teachers a cordial welcome without
taxing them so enormously, that we had
best hold no Institute.
Wc claim, also, that there are Teachers
in this county that can and will conduct
the Institute ol this county gratis, and
that their labors would be productive of
is much good as to employ those from a
distance that wear the name.
Wc arc going to fight for juitice until
all things shall work on an economical
basis. E. F. Tjlfohd.
August 10, 1S75.
ouit c.vxiivviM.i: i,i:tti:k.
Canewillk, Kv., August 9.
The rain has ceased, and we now have
beautiful weather. Prospects for good
crops of corn and tobacco are flattering.
but the oats, wheat, and hay arc almost
a total loss. Wheat and oats rotted in
the shock, anil hay not bei'ig mowed,
ripened and the seed was washed oil" bv
the incessant hard rains.
at this place Monday, the 2d inst., passed
off' with but one light and a few rows, and
the peace-breakers have had a hearing of
law, and paid for teeir misdeeds
Ureen s llor liepresentalive) majority
over Hcbton at this precinct, was 179 in
the county 833. A light vote was polled
in the county for the convention.
Miss Jennie Weller, of the Falls of
Rough, leaves this place for Lebanon,
Ky., to-day, at which place she will spend
several weeks visiting friends and rela
lives. We hope she will have a pleasant
sojourn while there.
THAT RACE AG UN.
Another race was run on the I.acefield
track last Saturday, the entries being the
Fitzhugh mare, owned by Richard Fitz
hugh, ol Ohio county, and the "Slippery
Jim" horse, owned by Clay Stinson, of
this place. Tha purse was 200. which
the marc uou by twenty one feet.
J. T N.
For the Hartford Herald.
Editor Herald: There is a Sunday
School going on in Hartford. I make
this announcement for the benefit oftho.se
who fail to attend, presuming that all
who fail to attend arc entirely ignoront
of the iniKrtant fact.
The Sunday School is called the
"Union," and is held at the courthouse
on each Sunday morning, under the super
intendence of W. L. Rowe, Ejri. I never
found it out until last Snnd.iy, and only
found it out then because my better-half
induced me to go out for a walk, anil the
first thing I knew walked mc into the
I found the room well filled with the
brightest faced little boys, and the sweet
est, dearest little ducks of girls, with doz
ens of grown girls who, well, I have no
idea that there is a single young man in
town worth having.
There were smiles and singing, classes
of boys, and classes of girls, Bible classes,
question books, and the usual exercises.
These were all under the direction of the
Superintendent, whose earnestness was
only excelled by his ubiquity.
The Bible chi-s was mostly made up of
Lawyers and Doctors, presided over by
Judge Baird, whose rare acumen is only
excelled by .in extended biblical knowl
edge. As members, there was Hill, whose in
genious answers destroyed the ponderous
gravity of Morgan's sledge-hammer ques
tions; Strother, learned and theoretical;
WcJding, humorous and full of puzzling
interrogations; Dr.Miller, earnest and
always as correctly diagnosing moral as
well as physical questions; Sanderfur,
equally at home with Mosaical and com
mon law; and Mr. Chapman, full of that
logic which confounded the wise men of
the temple, confounding in a worse degree
all the other gcntleimn.
I enjoyed the whole thing, particularly
the absence of long-drawn prayers anil
long-drawn faces, which never have and
never will make a successful Sunday
School. The infantile mind doesn't see
the importance of a surplus solemnity,
and the School must be made attractive.
I noticed that the order was most excel
lent, the key-stone of the Sunday School.
Mr. Rowe is entitled to credit for his suc
cess, which is only a beginning.
To a complete success, he needs assist
ance. Who is to be behindhand in ren
dering it ?
I was glad, also, to see that the old style
of singing, slower than the wiath of the
Lord, had been abandoned. I never could
remember the tune between the giving
out of the lines, so peace to the ashes of
the olden-time practice.
The above is written solely to call at
tention to the fact that there is in Hart
ford, if nothing else, a live Sundav
OUIt SPRI. J,ICK LETTER.
Spring Lick, Ky. Aug. 9.
Thanks to "Old Probabilities" for a
few dry days. The effect these dry and
bright days have had on the growing
crops can better be imagined than dc-
t-cribed. The farmers hereabouts are
more hopeful than they have been for
THE TOniCCO CROP
is being cleared of weeds, aud the pros
pects indicate now that the yield will be
larger than was anticipated a short time
ago. Business of all kind has an upward
tendency in consequence of a better yield
than was looked tor on the crops.
HE SHOULDN'T PASTURE ON THE K. R. TRACK.
Mr. R. Ilenfrow, of our town, sustained
a heavy loss on last Saturday by a freight
train killing one of the best mules in the
Green River country. Mr. R. has had n
good deal of his stock killed by trains in
the last two years, and, in many instan
ces, lie has received no pay therefor. We
are not prepared to state whether these
accidents could have been avoided, but
it does appear to us there should be sonic
method inaugurate. 1 by which the prop
erty along the line of the road could be
protected, and, in the event stock is killed,
the railroad company ought to be made
pay for the same.
We have had two parties in our town
in the last two weeks, under the auspices
of the gentry of Spring Lick and vicinity.
But foroccupying too much space in your
valuable paper, wc would be pleased to
particularize some of the belles who par-,
ticipated in the "giddy mazeofthe dance."
Suffice it to say, a more brilliant r.rray
of bcautilul ladies are seldom congregated
together in Grayson county.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ORGANIZED.
A very interesting Sunday School was
organized in this place last Sunday was a
week ago, with O. C. Wilson, Esq., for
Superintendent. We feel confident that
under Mr. Wilson's supervision it will
prosper and grow in interest. Last Sab
bath, at 4 o'clock, Rev. L. Robertson de
livered a very impressive and instructive
lecture before the Sabbath School, his
theme being the "Advantages to be De
rived from Sabbath Schools."
ONE Or THE RESULTS.
The sudden and unprecedented advance
in Hour in the market, has caused the
wheat growers in this region of country,
to bestow greater attention on wheat not
has been damaged greatly by the heavy
aud constant rains, but still we are of the
opinion there will be enough raised in the
county to supply home consumption.
The most exciting horse-race of the
seat-on occurred on the Laeelield track
last Saturday, between Dick Fitzhugh's
yellow mare anil "Slippery Jim," owned
by Clay Stinson. It will be remembered
that these horses have been run against
each other on two former occasions, and
in both instances "Slippery Jim" took
down the purse. But on last Saturday
the distance wa. extended to eight hun
dred yards, and the purse trebled, and
our friend Fitzhugh won the race eaQilv,
so Ins friends say. This makes four
races Fitzhugh has made on this track,
and in two he was defeated. But, in the
aegre,ate, we are informed, he is consid
As we predicted respecting the race for
legislative honors in this county, Mr
Green, the farmers' and Grangers' candi
date, was elected by an overwhelming
majority over his competitor, Dr. Heston
say S33 votes .
Judge S. P. Love, of Greenville, passed
up on the train last week, en route for
Louisville. We were pleased to see the
Colonel looking so well. A.
For the Hartford Herald.
SOME SENSIBLE TALK.
In answer to "Cousin Grange," who
tells us what the Grangers mean, and
says "that we simply propose to work for
ourselves and let others do the same;" I
would say that if that is the object of the
order, and if they stop there, it is a little,
low, groveling concern. Think of that
neighbor of yours who lives for himself
alone: no time to help a neighbor in dis
tress; no charity in his heart for the poor
and needy; turns a deaf ear to every
neighborhood enterprise which may be
for the general good; all this simply from
the fact that he has the means to satisfy
all his personal wants! We think the
above named character a nuisance to so
ciety, as well as to every thing else. He
lives for self alone. But if we are not
mistaken in our notion of the Patrons of
Husbandry, it is to bring about general
good; to elevate society, and to put down
evil wherever it is to found.
We take the ground that we, as far
mers, have need ol some professions.
such as Lawvers, Doctors and Editors.
We do not propose by including those
professions that an office could not be
filled without one of them. But we do
say, if he is honest, sober, and industri
ous, that simply his being a professional
man should not eternally doom him to
bear the weight of public displeasure.
Politicians and peddling agents are a
curse, and always have been such, and
the sooner wc are rid of them the better.
We do not belong to the Grangers
ourself: that is, we are not a member,
but as ics understand it, we heartily en
dorse them. Green River.
August 7, 1S75.
Yesterday morning a wonian named
Sally Ambrose, living in Bartlett's pre
cinct, came to town and preferred a
charge of bastardv against a young man
named Jesse W. Whitaker. The proper
writ was issued by Judge Gregory, and
placed in the hands of Deputy Sheriff'
Holbrooks, who arrested the accused at
his home and brought him to town in
the evening. The examining trial will
come oil this morning, wo suppose.
Both parties belong to respectable fami
lies. The girl is an orphan.
A sow tried to devour a small boy in
Nicholas county, Thursday.
Lummis' saw-mill, Pendleton county,
boiler explosion, Friday, scalded several
Tate's creek, Madison county Sunday
evening battle with fire-arms forty
shots tlrtd Adam Butner killed.
Jarvi3 G. Cady a victim of strong
drink found dead in a Maysville hotel,
Tuesday empty chloral bottle.
Wedding iu Owen county, last Thurs
day whiskey plenty Win. Martin and
Alonzo Hammond got drunk and quar
reled knives Martin disemboweled
main artery severed in Hammond's arm
Ben. Slaughter, colored attempted to
outrage a white lady in Calloway county,
Saturday night in Murray jail.
HARTFORD RETAIL MARKETS.
'orrceiI Weekly lj-Win. II. Willl.illiw.
Hartkohd, Kr., Aug. 11, 1875.
Apples, dred, r bnsh.
Apples, green, tl push....
Bacon, (sides) ti lb
" (hams) Y' lb
Beans 1 bush-
Butter, 'ri lb
Candies, ri lb
Crackers, f1 lb
1 50 1
Coal oil, X galnon
Corn, 'r barrel
Eggs, V doz
Flour, t- barrel
Honiinv, f lb
Hay, ( 100 lb
Hides, green, salted, r1 lb
II ides, dried flint, . lb....
Lard. t H
L-ird oil "f' gallon
Lime, f barrel
Meal, unbolted, "r bushel
C 00 7 00
Moln-'e. p sallon
Mackerel, V kit
Mackerel, ri barrel
Nails, ? keg, 10J
Oysters, t can
Potatoes, Irish, jH bushel.
Peaches, dried, bushel.
Rice, "p. Ib
Salt, "t barrel
Sugar, X. O. "r lb
Sugar, O., V lb ..............
Siigar.crushcd pow'd, "p lb
Soap, V H.
Starch. V lb
Soda. V tt
Tallow. V- lb
Tar, "f jiallon
Tobacco, nianutae'd, V lh
S 50 10 00
1 50 1
1 50 2 00
75 1 50
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And T.jo (liaMej are the best for failing 8i;;ht. Cat and polished from the "Real Stone,
they aro perfectly transparent (will cat Rlas like a iliaraiml). Ileing harder than the glaM,
thejr receive a finer polish anil aliray rci.iin it. One pair eirefnllj suited to jour ej will
Ian as long as five pairs of the best glass, besides preserving the siht almost unimpaired all
that time. Hjr oar new system fur tesling the sight, we are enabled to suit any rye so see n
ratcly that no injurious effoots will follow. Wo repair Spectacles and Kye '11 ises, and Insert
Pebbles or the best (i lass Lenses in ol 1 frames. Our Ili-Foeal Spectacles are fir old peplo
who require spectae'es to seo fir off as well as near by only one piir hing required. To per
sons who cannot call on us wc send our new illustrated Price I.i't which shw how to order.
C. 1. BAttNES .1 nitO., Optlcan
Main at., be. Sixth and Seventh (Louisville Hotel Elock,) Louisville, Ky.
W.1I. II. WII.IXV3IK,
Takes pleasure in announcing to the citizen
of llartfoiu and Ohio county that he is
THE LATEST NOVELTIES
Gents' and Boys' Clothing,
BOOTS & SHOES,
AUo dealer in
I will sell Tcry low for cash, or exchange
for nil kinds of country produce. My motto
is "Quick sales an small profits." uol ly
If you want a good clock at a moderate
price, send for our new illustrated price list
of Seth Thoina clocks. Clocks securely packed
and sent to any nddress nt our risk on receipt
of price and fifty cents additioral for express
charges. Jloney may be sent safely by regis
tered letter or express.
C. P. BARNES & BRO.,
J cwelers.Main St., bt. 6tl Jfc Tth.LouisTille.Ky.
I.. J. IVOA".
Groceries and Confeclioncria.
Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment
of all kinds of Groceries and Confectioneries,
winch he will sell low for cash, or exchange
for all kinds of
I will also ray the highest cash price for
bides, sheep pcln, eggs, butter, bacon, potatoes,
beans, etc. noi ly
WM. T. COX.
AYc respectfully announca to the citizens of
Hartford and Ohio county, that we are pre
pared to do House Carpentering, Furniture Re
pairing, and any kind of H'ood-work, on short
notice at reasonable terms. Shop in JIauij's
nol4 Cm GRATES & COS.
Wanted to borrow S3.000 for two or three
years, for which ten per cent, interest will bo
paid payable semi-annually note to be clue
if interest is not promptly paid, and will se
cure the lender by a mortgage on real estate;
anl as an additional security wilt girc him to
hold as collateral real estate lien notes worth
at least SB.OOO. Address "MONEY," care
Heeald office, Hartford, Ky.
Till: CKOYV iiotsi:,
Opposite the Courthouso
JOHN S. VACfilir
Comfortable rooms prompt attention, and
low prices. The traveling public are respect
fully invited to give us a snare it patronage.
Ercry i-xcrtiou made to render guests comfort
Mr. Vauzht will continue the stage twice a
day between Hartford and Bearer Dam. morn
ing and evening, connecting with all passen
ger trains on the L. 1. .t Southwestern rail
road. Passengers set down wherever they do
aire. nol ly
Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN,
Drug, Jf.iUcincs and Chemical,
Fine Toilet Snaps, Fancy Hair and Tooth
Brush c. Perfumery ai,d Fancy Toilet
Articles, Trm-cj and Shoulder
Pure AVines and I.Hjuers for medical purposes.
JuU, Oi!, VamUIuf, Dyt'Stvfs,
Letter-paper, 1V, Ink, Envelop, GUss
Putty, Carbon oil, L;iuips aud Chimneys.
Phyicijns prescriptions a-.-urately com
pounded, nol ly
HtXRY D. 3ICIIEXRT, SAM. E. HILL.
McIIEXUY A HIM,.
ATTORXEYSX- CO USSEL L O RS AT LA TT
Will practice in Ohio and adjoining counties
and in the Court of Appc'Is of Kentu'ky.
r. r. jioecax, o. c. wxodixo.
JHOKGMX A WEDDING,
AT TOR XE YS AT LA W,
(Office west of courthouse over Hardwick k
Will practice in inferior and superior conrts
of this commonwealth
Special attention given to cases la bank
ruptcy. F. P. Morgan is also examiner, and wil
take depositions correctly will bo ready to
oblige all parties at all times.
K. F. STKOTIIEK,
ATTOnXEY AT LAW.
"Will practice in all the conrt3 of Ohio counts
and the circuit courts of adjoining counties.
OFFICE upstairs over J. W. Lewis' old
stand. n0 tf
ATTOnXEY AT LAW,
(Mecliom Promptly Attended to
Ofilco on Market street, 'over Maury's tin
shop. janIO ly
JESSE i. roci.it.
w. x. swEEsrr,
FOGI.E t S1TEEXEY,
A 1 TOR XE YS AT LlW,
Will practice their profession in Ohio and
adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals.
Office on Market street, near courthouse".
JOIIX P. 1IAHUETT,
ATTORXEY AT LAW,
and Real Estate Agent,
Prompt attention given to the collection of
claims. Will buy, sell, lease, or rent lands or
mineral privileges on reasonable terms. Will
write deeds, mortgages, leases, Ac, and at
tend to listing and paying taxes On lands be
onging to non-residents.
(Formerly County Judge,)
ATT OR XE Y AT LAW t
Will practice in all the courts of Ohio county
and the circuit courts of the 5th judicial dis
trict. Bu iness solicited and prompt attention
E. D. TTALKIE,
B. C. nCBBlED.
WALKER tt HUBBARD,
A 1 TORXE YS AT LA VT ,
1XD RCA I ESTATE AQEX73,
W3I. I'. GREGORY.
ATTORXEY AT LAW,
Prompt attention given to the collection of
claims. Office in 'he courthouse.
J. F. COLLINS.
The Jli'jJiett JIadet Price.
Rsmembcr tho place, west side public squaro
opposite tho court house, Hartford, Ky.
JOIIX I. TRACY fc SOX.
Manufacturers and dealers in all kind., of
wooden coffin?, 'rum the finest rose wood casket
to the cheapest paucer coffin.
All kinds of coffin trimming! constantly oa
hand and fir sale.
Keep a lino hearse always ready ta attend
Wao)ig ami Bwjgie,
ronstantly on hand or mada to order. Partic
ular attention given to plow stocking,