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EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUSING,
IX TIIK TOVTX OP
IUETFOBJ, OHIO COILUT, KEXICCKV,
JOHN P. BAKRETTk& CO.,
AT the mice or
jC3T Tim Dollar a Year in AdvanrciDX
Job work of crcry description done willi
neatness and difpatchat city price. Wcbavc
a fall line of jolitypw.anl policit the patronage
or the busincsi community.
The ftqe on every enpy af The IIeexlii it
pretaid at tht ifftce.
Our term of mubcrtpttoi are 2 00 per year,
inrariabfy in advance
Should the ppr tnpnd publication, from
amy cftN, during the tear,rr will refund the
money ttne on Mab'criptiun, or fumuh nbcri
lert for th ntterpircl term tcith any jwiyw of the
owe price they mny lect
A'icertinementt of hminexn sirn are solicited;
except thoie af aalwt- beeper tnd dun fern in in
toxicating Upwrnm trhick ire trill Hot admit to our
cotmmHi Mutter any eircumtnucci.
Alt commnnication and cttntribntiunn for pub
tientto M4t he addreneed to the Editor
Communication imreynrd toadretimimyflud Job
troric mnttbe addreued to the PubUnhert.
Hon. James Stuart, Judge, of Owensboro.
Hon. J. II aj craft, Attorney , I.lizabcthtown.
A. L. Morton, Clerk, Hartford.
K. R. Murrcll, Master Commissioner, Hartford.
T. J. Smith, Sheriff, Hartford.
H. L. Wire, Jailer, Hartford.
Court begins cn tbc second Monday s in Mar
and November, and continues four wcjks each
Hon. W. T. Giegory, Judge, Hartford.
Capt. Sam. K. Cox, Clerk, Hartford.
J. P. Sanderfer, Attorney, Hartford.
Court begins on the first Monday in crcry
Begins on the 3rd Mondays in January, April,
July and October.
COURT OP CLAIMS.
Begins on the first Mondays in October and
OinER COUNTY OFFICERS.
J. J. Leach, Assessor, Cromwell.
0. Smith Fitxhugh, Surveyor, Sulphur Springs.
Tbos. II. Rotwell, Coroner, Sulphur Spring".
W. L. Rowc, School Commissioner, Hartford.
Caney District, No. I. P. II. Alford, Justice,
held March 5, June 17, September 4, December
IS. V.. r.Tilford, Justice, held March IS, June
4, September IS, December 4.
Cool Springs District, No. 2. A. N. Brown,
Justice, held March 3, June IS, September 2,
December 16. D. J. Wilcox, Justiee, held
March 15, June 2, -September 16, December 2.
Ccnlrerille District, No. 3. W. 1. Render,
Justice, held March 31, Juno 14, September 30,
Deesmber 15. T. S. Dennett, Justice, held
March 18, June 28, September 15, December,
Bell's Storo District, No. 4. Ecnj. Newton,
Justce, March 11, June 23; September 11, De
cember 27. S. Woodward, Ju-lice, March 21,
June 10, September 25, December 11.
Fordsrillo District, No. 5. C. W. R. Cobb
Jnstice.JUarch 8, JuDCl.cptrinherfi, iw.m-b-r
22. J. L. Barton, Justice, March 20, June
7, September 22, December S.
Ellii District, No. 6. C. S. McElroy, March
V, June 21, September 9, December 23. Jas.
Miller, Justice, March 22JuneS, September
23, December 9.
Hartford District, No. 7. Jno. P. Cooper,
Justice, March 13, June 25, September 14, De
cember 29. A. B. Bennett, Justice, March 25,
June 11, September 27, December 13.
Cromwell District, No. S. Samuel Anstin,
Justice, March 27, June 1G, September 2V, De
rcmb:r 17. Melvin Taylor, Justice, March 17,
Jans 30, September 17, December 31.
Hartford District, No. 9. Thomas L. Allen,
Justiee, March 12, June 24, September 13, De
cember 23. Jno. M. Leach, Justice, March 26,
June 12, September 2S, December 14.
Sulphur Spring! District, No. 10 R. G.
Wedding, Justice, March 19, June 5, September
21, December 7. Jno. A. Bennett, Justiee,
March A, June IS, September 7, December 21.
Bartlett District, No. I1W. II. Cummin,
Justice, March 10, June 22, September 10, De
cember 21. J. S. Yates, Justiee, March 2.1,
June 9, September 24, December 10.
Hartford I. II. Luce, Judge, second Moo
days in January, April, July and October.
Beaver Dam. E. W. Cooper, Judge, first
Saturday in January, April, July nn I October"!
Cromwell. A. P. Montague, Judge, first
Tuesday in January, April, July and October.
Ceralrj. W. D. Barnard, Judge, last Sat
nrday in March, Jane, September and Decem
ber. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, R75.
JNO. P. BARRETT, Local Editor.
All persons indebted to tliUHce, will
please call and nay up, as wc are in urgent
need of Eome molity. Vc cannot run si
newspaper without money, and hence we
are under the necessity of collecting as
fast as amounts fall due.
The Daviess County I'asir.
Wc are in receipt of the premium li
of tbc Davicse Cotintv Fair, which w
be held, commencing Tuesday, October
jtti,and continuing five days.
Mr. Howard Gray, wife and sister,
COmnnilv ivitll Afiia .lonnia lCi..b1itT 1
...... ' - n "
aet ilondayf for their homes, the form
in Shelbyville, and thclattccin Was
On .-last Saturday morning wc were
honored by a call from Misses Carrie
(iibson, Lelia Addington, and Verda
Gentry, three beautiful and very interest
ing young ladies. Call again ladies, as
i c arc ever ready I o receive the fair once,
"Itmakcs-one s-hudder," Trof. Chad-
bounic says "to think of the trash which
scholars have been compelled to learn in
connection with the simple studies o
grammar, geography, and arithmetic."
When wc see a young lady carelessly
digging m the ground and calling "DoO'
die" bugs, wc do not say that she is in
love, but our lniud will be greatly relieved
if that one w e saw doing it will tell us
.vLat it means.
The Ohio C'ouulj' Fstir.
The Ohio County Agricultural and Me-
chanical Association will hold its next
annual fair on it9 beautiful and conven
ient grounds near town, commencing on
Tuesday, October 12, and continuing five
days. The grounds are being put in order,
the amphitheater and other buildings
cleaned up and painted, and everything
will be done to make the place pleasant
and the exhibition profitable. The cata
logue or premium lUt will be ready for
distribution in a" few days. The associa
tion offer exceedingly liberal premium,
and wc feel ass-urcJ that tbc coming ex
hibition, like its predecessors, will be a
pleasant and profitable reunion of the
farmers ami stock growers of the Green
Bro. CundilTs bcrmon, Sunday night,
on the Priesthood of Christ, was an able,
and instructive iul pit effort.
In Limbo Again
W. T. Waide, formerly of this county,
but more recently of Rockport, Ind., has
succeeded, for the second time, in break-
ng into the penitentiary of Indiana.
Waide is a chronic thief. He was sent
to the Kentucky penitentiary from this
county for horse stealing. While he was
jail here bis wife levanted with a
preacher who traveled under the names
of Latin, Latlimorc, Larrimer, and the
leucc knows what more, as be bad a sep
arate name for each community lie inva
ded. The Hoosiers would eave money if,
at the expiration of his present terni,they
would convict him (on suspicion of nu
merous thefts in the future) and send him
to JcfTerionville for life.
Mr. Byron Chapman, and family, for
merly of this place, but now of Louisville,
arrived last evening.
Mrs. Casingcr and young Wesley Cain,
ndictcd by the last grand jury for un
lawfully cohabiting together, and at large
on bail, have packed up and removed to
Indiana, leaving this section last Sunday.
Mrs. Casinger, wc understand, lias leased
her larm to a neighbor for a term of three
years, Una would indicate mat tiiey
ad gone to stay, for some little time, at
?r.st. We did not learn whether they
made any arrangements to secure their
bondsman or not. We incline to the
opinion that the neighborhood is well
rid of bad rubbish.
A man who had escaped from a circus
rrt Padticab, exhibited at the barbershop
one day last week. The "Little Brown
Tug" was his favorite.
A t'roqncl Entertainment.
Wc were the recipient of an invitation
lo attend a croquet party, given by the
chnrming Miss Maggie Moselcy, on last
Saturday evening. We attended. When
we arrived, we found the ground thronged
i:li- llartfurd's (wealth, beauty and fash
ion, apparently all enjoying themselves
After the bright rays of tbc sun were bid
den behind the Western bills, wc, in con
junction with the gathering, retired to
tbc parlor, where we were highly enter
tained. To make a long story short, it
was indeed a very enjoyable nil air, ami
wc return our most fcincere thanks to Mi.'s
Maggie for her kindness in remembering
us. W. It. B.
The Misses Walkers gave a "young
folks" entertainment in the way of a
croquet party last Thursday evening, and
it was well attended
The long expected game between the
Blackstones and Cliques will take place
to morrow. Both clubs will be repre
sented in force, and the rarest fun of the
ecason may be expected. The whole
town will, no doubt, be out cn masse. The
Cliques are extremely confident, and say
they can play ball better than they can
manipulate county affair. Judge Greg
ory will be reinforced by"Cooley"on bafe
ball while Sam Cox and A. L. Morton
will bat with a ''Cross Index." The
Captain of the Blackstones asseverates,
with extreme unction, that he is the only
man on his side who can play, but that it
is all right, for he can beat all of the
Cliques single handed. Wedding and
Sti other have been practising, and now
catch a ball with two fingers, and prob
ably by the time the game commences,
will cither mit-s tbc ball altogether, or
catch it in their teeth. Hubbard expects
to knock Gregory cut of time with
"3rd Bush." Barrett will come in by way
of "rebuttal," but ho has not decided
whether he will "but" the ball with his
head, or how; probably the latter.
Moseley and Sandcrfur promise enough
grease to rim two games, soda water or
"Sullenger," to suit the taste. The
courthouse bell will be rung to announce
the game, which will surely take place,
if the weather is suitable.
N. B. The occupation of "Greaser"
in a base ball game is to stand behind the
greasy places to prevent the players from
Mis Carrie Rowc, of this place.rcturned
on last Monday from our neighboring
town, Greenville, where she has been vis
iting her aunt, Mrs. Mansfield Rowc.
Several issues ago we published a state
ment to the cflcct that, over at Cromwell, J
a negro man accused of Mealing meat,
was discharged by tne examining court
although the Btolen property was found
in his possession. Wc understand that
we did the court injustice that there
was much more than a reasonable doubt
of the guilt of the accused. We gave the
italoment as wc obtained it from one of
the attorneys employed in the case.
Prof. W. B. Hay ward, Principal of the.
Cloverport Select School, accompanied
by his wile and son, spent a day ortwolin
town last week.
The Tajlor Itptiiiiou.
The Executive Committee of the Tay
lor Reunion met at Beaver Cam on Sat-
urday last. All the members were pres
cnt, ami exhibited immense enthusiasm
The original plan will be adhered to,
and the barbecue will be held at Beaver
Dam, Sent 9. 1875. The entertainment
will be free, and there is every reason to
believe that the largest crowd will be
gathered together that has ever been as
sembled in the county.
Keports were received from adjoining
counties, and if every one attends who
now contemplates attending, the commit
tee will find itself much in the fix of the
man who cut more oats than he could
stack on the ground where the oats grew.
Those interested are responding so liber
ally that the committee will be able to
feed all who attend, with many baskets
of fragments remaining.
Many friends insist upon making con
tributions who are not related to the Tay
lor family, some saying that unless they
can contribute they choose not to attend.
The committee desire to have it under
stood that it will be a free barbecue, ami
it is lo be hoped that no one will stay
away on that account. It id intended by
the committee to so perfect arrangements
that each oue who attends will be able to
partake of the repast, without being dis
turbed by the usual scramble attendant
upon such occasions. The committee
will meet again at Beaver Dam, on Sat
urday next. The following members
were added to the Executive Committee:
Wu. Austin, Jkssb Asnnv,
A LLCS TaVI.OR, E. C. HimrJAD.
It. J. Fui.KERSON, S. L. Taylor.
Thecompetition between the Loui3vilIe
railroads has resulted in the fare from
Louisville to Xasbville, ia the Louis
ville, raducah and Southwestern road,
via Xortonville, being reduced to fifty
cents. A passenger coach is attached to
the train at Louisville, which is trans
ferred to the St. Louis and Southeastern
rond nt Xortonville. l'cturiiing. the
coach is transferred to the L.P. & S.W. at
the same point, for Louisville. By this
means the two companies are out only
the wear and tear of the rolling stock,
and saved the expense of putting on ex
tra trains. Tilt's plan went into opera
Mr. Thos. L. Allen sent us in some
Long Green beans this week. They arc
the finest we have seen this season, the
pods averaging about ten inches in length,
and the bean is of unusual size.
The letter of a new correspondent at
Spring Lick, came to hand too late for
this issue. If our correspondents except
Beaver Dam would mail their favors so
as to reach us on Saturday, it would give
up n chance to edit and print their effu
sions. .Mondays and luesdavs are our
busiest days, and we have no time on ei
ther to re-write letters. The matter for
the inside forms is well on its way into
type Monday, and Monday night is the
latcet time we can give to correspondents
and advertisers. Don't forget this. now.
ISojV Game of ZdiselCaW.
The Hartfords Junior will play the
Miners Junior on thegrounds of the lat
ter, at McIIenry, next Saturday afternoon.
Our youngsters are confident of "thresh
ing the wheat'' of t'other boys without
The drunken vagabond who is thrum
ming a fiddle, singing songs, and spong
ing his meals ami lodgings oft the ne
groes of town, would form a capital sub
ject for our newly elected Poliee Judge
and Town Marshal to try their 'prentice
hands upon. The vagrant law would fit
him as though it was made for him.
The following is a list of the marriage
licenses issued since our last report:
John W. Yerlrees and Miss Zaia B.
Hon. Jack McIIenry and Mrs. Lucy
Tliclieiiluclij- Industrial Associa
tion. We are indebted to the officers of this
association for :i premium list of and
complimentary ticket of admission to
their second annual exhibition, to be held
on their grounds near the city of Frank
fort, commencing Tuesday, Oct. 5th, and
continuing four days.
The attention of our readers is directed
to the advertisement of Mendel .t Kalin,
of Cromwell, in another column. They
are the largest and boldest traders in the
conntv, and we have no doubt our readers
will find it to their interest to go to them
to either buy or trade.
Our citizens were amused, and the gen
tleman himself astonished, last week, to
learn from the Owensboro Monitor that
W. II. Mauzy, cq , of our town, had been
arrested and taken to Louisville by U. S.
Deputy ilarshal Wyatt, charged with
selling liquor without license.
Air. and 3Irs. Wayne Grilliu gave a
supper last Wedncday night to the
young lady and gentlemen friends of their
accomplished daughters, 3Iissei Sallie
and Jennie, lhe occasion was one of
Sam. E. Hill, Trustee, advertises the
next session of the Hartford semiuary in
to-day's paper. Tlieschool will be under
the charge of 3Ialcolm 31clntyre, A. B ,
who is already well known to our people
asonc of the finest scholars and nioit sue
cessfulfeducators in the Green River Na
Thanks, to 3Irs. Vaught for lunch.
Fnrtlio Hartford Herald.
3ir.:.ioii: or josr.rn yiti.n.it.
At the fourth Quarterly Conference of
the Hartford circuit, Louisville Confer
ence, it being announced by the preacher
in charge, in his report, that brother
Joseph Miller was dead, on motion, the
Presiding Elder, James 31. Law-son, ap
pointed a committee of three to draw up
a suitable memoir of our deceased broth
er. Your committee would submit the fol
lowing: Joseph Miller was born November 3,
1795. He professed religion, and united
with the 31. E. Church in 1821. Our
brother was twice married. The first
time, to 3Iisa Helen Austin, November
11,1SI3. Alter her death, he was mar
ried to Mis AHavisia Griffin, on the 22d
day of April, 1815.
In the separation in 1S44, he adhered
to the 31. E Church, South, in which he
lived an active, useful member until his
death, which took place July 24, 1875.
lie suffered much, nnd suffered long,
but bore it with a spirit of resignation
to the hand of Providence.
Whereas: Our Heavenly Jnther lias.
itvikcsdUpeiio&tion j( II is pit H:nce.-wi
fit to call from labor to rest our beloved
brother, and when we consider that for
more than fifty years be has been a con
stant member of the church, -one whose
life and conversation was a living com
ment on his profession, we feel like of
fering the following:
HcsohcJ, That wnilc wc cheerfully ac
quiesce in this dispensation of Trovidcnce,
we consider that the church, his family,
and the community in which he lived,
have suffered a great loss.
Jiesolctd, That we tender his widow,
and all the members of his family, our
siuccrc sympathy, praying that they may
be sustained by the grace of God in this,
their great bereavement.
B. A. Ctr.vDiiT, Chairman.
Hartford, Aug 13, 1875.
I.KTTOt I'KO.II KI:AVI:R IA3I.
B"AvnR Dam, Kv., Aug. 17.
Death visited our little town last week
and caused the hearts. ot two households
to bow down in grief. An infant son of
Mrs. John Austin passed away on last
Tuesday afternoon, nnd was interred the
following day. Also the child of JIrs
Samuel Taylor, died Aug. 12th, 1875,
(born Aug. 12th, 1875),and was buried at
Liberty cemetery on Inst Friday. The
ways of Providence are mysterious, anil
ofttimes fond parents wonder why their
innocent babes are torn from their breasts,
causing grief almost unbearable. Why
it is we canHot tell, but we are told to re
member that He doeth all things in wis
dom and for our eternal good; ar.d we arc
told that our departed friends cannot re
turn to us, but we can go to them.
Goon snow ron roiiv ii
Prof. Tice has been kind towards us
for the last few days, only giving us' one
rain in two weeks. Corn is looking fine
ly nnd some think that a larger crop will
be raised than for many years. 1
wheat t '
has been nearly all threshed and the prob
able yield is from ten to fifteen bushels,
some of which is of course injured, but
the good and inferior were threshed sep
arately, thereby enabling persons to have
roor. YIEID OF OATS.
Not more than one-fourth crop of oats
will be realized.
is greatly improved, and bids fair lo turn
as oyrosmov stage-lint:
to Ucnle John, has been in operation for
a week or more, which is all foolishness.
They had just as well try to run the mos
quitoes out of the county as to take his
trade, from him. He has done tco much
for the people towards reducing fare and
.freight, for others now to even attempt to
compete with him.
SllII'ME.NTS or SHEEP AND CATTLE.
3Ir. Gray, of Shelby county, has ship
ped several car loads of fine sheep to his
home, from this point, recently.
3Ir. Thompson of WashingtonCOmity,
has also been shipping some flue cattle.
TUB TAVI.OR. BARBECUE
is being talked of by alnipst every one,
and we look for every person here on that
day that ever heard of the name of Tay
lor; whom, wc presume, will all be wel
come, provided they bring provisions with
them. Bro. Lewis will be present, on ac
count of his Grange relationship ip Harb.
"COLIC AND DIAREE." r
Our market is being crowded every day
with all kinds of melons, and fruits gen
THE NOTABLE MATCH GAME.
We can hardly wait for Thursday to
come, being so anxious to see tuc game
of base ball between the Blackstones and
Cliques; we'll bet on the fat boys.
Rev. A. B. Smith preached for U3 last
Sunday afternoon wc drove out to Lib
erty church, and listened to some excel
lent music from the choir at that place,
com posed of about forty members, and led
by our worthy representative, 3Ir. R. 'P.
3Ir.Ocar Stevens, of Cromwell, was in
Quite a number gathered together Sun
day evening, to gaze upon the two visible
planets, Jupiter and 3Iars, which was an
astronomical sight they had not been fa
vored with for some time.
IMPROVED BUSINESS rROSl'ECTS.
Since the rains have ceased people all
feci better and business in most every line
hnt improed some, which will doubtless
cause the mcrchai.ts lo buy a fall stock.
ai'tkk Tin: :uoo.vsiiixi:K:i.
Big Cufty, K,"Aug. 13.
Ennon Herald: I left Hartford on
3Ionday, on a look out for moonshiners.
Aller a visit to the dark and bloody
ground where Nottingham fell, I passed
on to Rough Creek Springs, and stayed
overnight with mine host, Hcnton. Next
morning I went to Big Clifty. From
there I struck out for 3Iillerstown, some
six miles from Big Clifty. I ran upon a
moonshine distillery operand by John
Fulkerson. I soon finished my work
there, and returned lo Big Clifty with my
prisoner, and will leave on the first train
for Louisville, where I will leave him to
board with Mr. Camp at Uncle Sam's ex
pense. There are more of the same kind
in the vicinity of Big Clifty, but to find
them is trouble. At least, that is what
troubles me. I destroyed Fulkerson'astill
and tubs. There were on band about 2,
000 gallons of beer, but no whisky. The
capacity of the still was CO gallons.
All the crops on the high lands are
good, but the bottom lands are gone up.
Oak Woods, Ohio Co . K.,
Aug. 13th. 1875. f
Editor Herald: As I sec that "Green
River' did not fairly understand me, in
regard to what I said the Grangers
meant, I will explain, for I do not wish
to get into a controversy with Green
River, for it has been a big fellow this
summer, and belongs to a monopoly.
Wiien I said that we were working for
ourselves, and letting others do the same,
I meant in an organized capacity, and
only aimed to answer those who say we
are organize 1 to work against all others,
and say by their actions tiiat wc had no
right to organize at all.
As for neighbors, who are really our
neighbors, the Bible teaches that they
minister to our wants, and we are wiling
to neighbor with all; but wc don't feel
under any obligations to those who won't
neighbor with us, only when they want
Wc do propose to bring about a gener
al reformation, and elevate instead
of putting down. We need professional
men. We cannot get along without
them. But we think tiiere are too many
of that sort. We need some retail mei
chants.but think that we could do better
with fewer than wc have at present. If
a merchant could sell $1,000 worth of
goods at 10 per cent, profit, he would
make just as much as to sell $500 worth
nt 20 per cent, profit. All the difference
I can see is in the labor, and that we
think is honorable.
As for our enemies, we don't propose
to put them down, but try to reform
them. We beleive jn just nnd equal
rights to afl, and exclusive privileges to
"He Cursed oil n.iil l)lel."
A man named Louis Burke, who lived
at Burksville, in this county, a few days
ago indulged in very blasphemous lan
guage because his crops had been de
stroyed by the high wafer. He cursed
God for having his crops destroyed last
year by heat and drouth, and for destroy
ing them thisyear by flood, and concluded
his blasphemy of the Creator with the ex
pression, "God damn him." His tongue
clove to the roof of his mouth, and he
died the next night, never uttering an
A Boston 6chool-girl of tender years
thus writes to her bosom friend: "Dear
Susie: I Shant attend school ngain until
Get some new cuffs and collars and
Jewelry uear .unuia agrees with me
that it is my Dooty to take the shine out
of that Upstart Mnmy Jones, and I'll do
it if I never learn nothing."
A man may form what opinion he likes
this is a free country but it's the ex
pression of them in the presence of his
wife's mother, that makes life hapless
and barren as a last year's corn cob.
HARTFORD RETAIL MARKETS.
Corr'rrJ Wool.! I Win.
Hartford, Kv., Ah
Annies, dred, t bush
; IS. 1875.
Apples, green, t push....
Bacon, (sides) 7' lb.
(hams) f Hi
Beans 'c bush- 1 25
Brooms, p uoz. 6 oil
Chce.e, ri lb
Crackers. i lb
Coal oil, fi gabion
Chickens, 'f dor.
Corn, 1 barrel
Eggs, t doz
flour, "p barrel
Hay, x 100 lb
Hides, green, salted, "p lb
Hides, dried Hint, ? lb....
Lard, "ji lb
Lard oil V' gallon
Lime, V- barrel
Meal, unbolted, '0 bushel
Molns.-es, ' gallon
ilackerel, f1 kit
Mackerel, fj barrel
Nails, x keg, lOd
Oysters, f1 cm
Onions, 'f parrel
Potatoes. Irish. V bushel.
1 50 1 75
0 00 7 0O
2 00 2
S 5(1 10 00
4 25 5 5(1
1 50 1 75
Peaches, dried, 'f, bushel.
Rice. j lb
Salt, V barrel
Sugar, N. O. filb
Sugar, C, "Mb
.Sugar.cruahed pow'd, "rl lb
Soap, V II)
Starch, V lb
Soda, "r"- lb
Tar, "r gallon
Teas, r lbr. .3.....
'tvbacco, nianulac'd, V lb
GOLD AED SILVEE, WATCHES,
Exact Sizool Our $1.1 Watches- Cent's Silver Kaolin!; Ijer windns-ITer
W31. II. WIW.I.V3IS,
Takes pleasure in announcing to the citizen
or llartroru and Unto county that he is
rHE LATEST NOVELTIES
Gents' and Boys' Clothing,
BOOTS & SHOES,
AIjo dealer in
I will sell very low for cash, or exchangs
for all kinds of eountrv produce. My motto
is "Quick sales an'', small profits." nol y
If you want a good clock at a moderate
price, send lor our new illustrator price nsi
ofScth Thomas clocks. Clocks securely packed
and sent to any address at our riaK on receipt
ofnrice and filty cents additional for express
charges. Money may be sent safely by regis
tered letter or express.
C I. BARNES liltO.,
Jcntlcrs,Main St., bt.Cth Jk 7tu-,Louivillc.Ky.
1.. J. LYO.V.
Groceries and Confectioneries.
Keep constantly on hand a lirgo assortment
of all kind of Crticerie and Confectioneries,
which ho will sell low fur cash, or exchange
for all kinds of
I will also pay the highest cash price for
hides, sheep peUs,cggs, butter, bacon, potatoes,
VVM. GRAVES, Vl'M. T. COS.
Wo respectfully announce to the citizens of
Hartford and Ohio eonnty,.that we are pre
pared to do House Carpentering, Furniture Re
pairing, and any hind of Wood-work, on short
notice at reasonable terms. Shop in Mauiy's
noli Cm GRAVES .t COX.
Wanted to borrow SS.U0U for two or three
vears, for which ten per cent, interest will be
paid payanie seuu-unu.injr n-io m
if interest is nut promptly paid, nnd will se
cure the lender by a mortgage on real estate;
anJ as an additional security will give him to
hold as collateral real estate lien notes worth
at lean SK.Otli. Address "MOSEY," care
IIekaLK ollije, Hartford, Ky.
THE CIIOW HOUSE,
Opposite the Courthouso
JOHN S. VAl'tilir rnomiETOR.
Comfortable room, prompt attention, and
low prices. The traveling public are respect
fully invited to give us a share of patronage.
Every exertion made to render guests comfort
able. STAGE MXE.
Mr. Yaught will continue the stag twice a
ilav between Hartford and Reaver Ham. morn
ing and evening, connecting with all passcn
ger trains on tho L. 1'. A- Southwestern rail
riiad. Tassengers set duwn wherever they de
sire. ""1 lV
WJI. llAKDWICK, A. f. SALL.
IIAKDUICK .V X.VIX,-
DRY U00DS. GROCERIES, HATS. CATS
uoor. shoes, hardware,
Whii-h wo will sell low- flr cosh . or exehragc
t for country proSnte, paying the highest market
price. i jr
TatclicSI5. (ient Silver llnnlm; Srem-wind-in
Irer-wafehes, SIS. Ladies' t61d Huntinp;
K"T-itdiDg I.erer WntclieJ,-$iO.- Ladies
ttoid Hunting Ste-n-windiiii; Levr Waiehu,
S?70. Oenls' (5ld Ilnnsin- Stem-windln-Lever
AVntrhe?, J63. ('ntj Hold Hunting
IStem-windiog Lever Watches
Eitherof the above Waterier sont ti;- raVtl i
ear risk on receipt of price anJ fifty cents for
Doitar. or hv c iriress. nith Mil to collect prie
on delivery of watch, snbj'Ct to examination
nd apprntal, if desired, before paying. Alt
nr naiehea nro warrcnted either olid cold or'
solid silver, am sent safely hj post-office monk
ey order, registered letter or by express. Xfo
have also a rery fine assortment ot "olid gold'
and-rilrt-r chin, which we are offering at'
equally low price. XTt ask espeeial attention
ti. nar fifteen dollar silver watches, believing,
tlinu ruperi r to any watch at lite price ever
sold in this coantry.
If yon want a Ciool SValdi at a I,ovv"
I'rlcc send for our neirilhutraied l'riee List
of Col I and Sitter Watches which showi files
and prices of abant fifty diGarer-t'stjlcJ. W
seiul it free to any address.
... C. P. li.VKSnS ct nnO- Jewelen,.
Mail.r.Main. st bt. Glh .S 7th Louisville, Ky
utsKr'3. xeiicssr, svi. r. niti--
lUc'IIEXIM" Jti IUXAj,
A TTOltX'E YSJb CO ffXSZLL 0 US AT LA If-
IVillV.raetieein Ohio and adiininz -"inticj-
and in the Court of Appeals of Kentneky.-,
r. T. 1I6EG4X, O.C.WIOBISG.
.1ISC.VX 4C 1YEDIX.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,-
(Offi'ce west of eourthonss over Hardwiclr-Jf-"
Will practice in inferior and superior courts
of this commonwealth
Special attention given to cases n bans--
F. I. Morgan is also examiner, anil wil
take depositions correclly will be ready to
oblige all parties at all times.
AT TOR XE Y A T L A W,.
CdUccllom Promptly Attended
Office on Market street; over Mauiy's tin'
JESSE C. FOCLS.
n. X. SWEXSEY,
FOCUE fc SUTGEXEY,
A1T0RXE YS AT LA TT,
Will' praclico their profession in Ohio andS
adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals.
Office on Market street, near courthouse.
JOII.V I. BARUETT,
arid Real Estate' Agent,
Prompt attention given to the collection oF
claims. Will buy, ttli, lease, or rent lands or?'
mineral privileges on reasonable terms. Will v
write deeds, mortgages, leases, A-e., and at
tend to listing and'paying taxes on lands be-- .
onging to non-residents.
joii.v c. TovrssEsn
(Formerly County Jadgc,)
ATT OR XE Y AT LA Wr
Will practice in allthe courts of Ohio county
and tho. circuit courts of the 5th judicial dis
trict, liu: iness solicited and prompt attention
E. D. WALKER, F. C. nCBBARD.
WAZKEK & IIUBBAItir,
A2 TORKEYS AT LA-Yr
A!iD HEAL ESTATE AGEST3-
WJI. I'. GREGORY.
A TTORXEY AT L-A TFV
Prompt attention given to t5a collection of
claims. Office ia ho courthouse.
J. P. COLLINS.
The Highest JurM Price.
Remember tho place, w est side pnblie sqnaro
opposite tho court bouse, llartloru, Ky.
JOHN I. TKAt'Y t SOX.
X D E RTAKEES,
! Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of
1 , . ? t- . . .
wiiotien eoinns, irom incuncsi rose wuuu casncb
to I he cheapest pauter ceflin.
All kinds of coffin trimmings constantly on
hand and for sale.
Keep a Sno hears always ready to atttnil
IKyoHi ami Riijjie.',
constantly oil hand or mad j t order. TartU
uiar attention civen to plo-r ito'cking.