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lication $nntbe addreteed to the Editor.
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tSork tnuitle add rented to the PabUthen.
Iton. James Stuart, Judge, of Owensboro.
Hon. Js. Htycraft, Attorney, L'lizabethtown.
A. I. Morton, Clerk, Hartford.
K. R. Marrell, Muter Commissioner, Hartford.
T. J. Smith, Sheriff, IlartforJ.
E. L. Wiie, Jailer, IlartforJ.
Court begins on tbe second Mondays in May
and November, and eontinnes four wesks enca
Hon. W. F. Gregory, Judge, Hartford,
dpt. Sam. K. Cox, Clerk, Hartford.
J. P. Sanderfer, Attorney, Hartfurd.
Court begins on the first Monday in ercry
Begins on the 3rd Mondays in January.Arril,
July and Octob -r.
COURT OP CLAIMS.
Begins on tho first Mondays in October and
ornEU county officers.
J. J. Leach, Assessor, Cromwell.
O. Smith Fitzhugh, Surreyor, Sulphur Springs.
Thos. n. Boswell, Coroner, Sulphur Springs.
TV. L. Boire, School Commissioner, Hartford.
Ciney District, No. 1. P. II. Alford, Justice,
held March 5, June 17, September -1, December
18. E. F.Tilford, Justice, held March 18, June
4, September !8, December 4.
Cool Springs District, No. 2. A. X. Brown,
Justice, held March 3, June 13, September 2,
Deesmber 18 D. J. Wilcox, Justice, held
March IS, June 2, September 16, December 2.
Centreville District, No. 3. W. P. Render,
Justice, held March 31, June U.September 3D,
December IS. T. S. Bsnnett, Justice, held
March 16, June 2S, September 15, December,
Bell'i Store District, No. 4. Ecnj. Newton,
Justice, March II, June 23, September II, De
cember 27. S. WoodxarJ, Justice, March 21,
June 10, September 25, December II.
ForJjrllte District, No. 5. C. W. R. Cobb
Justice, March 8, June 19, September S, Decem
ber 22. J. L. Burton, Justice, March 21, June
7,'September 22, December 8.
Ellis District, No. 6. C. S. McEIroy, March
9, June 21, September!), December 23. Jas.
Miller, Justice, March 22, June 8, September
23, December 9.
Hartford District, No. 7. Jno. Y. Coope-,
Justice, March 13, June 25, September 14, De
cember 29. A. B. Bennett, Justice, March 25,
June It, September 27, December 13.
Cromwell District, No. 8. Samuel Austin
Justice, March 27, June 16, September 2a, De
cember 17. Melrin Taylor, Justice, March 17,
June 33, September 17, December 31.
Hartford District, No. 9. Thomas L. Allen,
Justice, March 12, June 21, September 13, Dc
cember 28. Jno. M. Leach, Jutice, March 26,
June 12, Sptetnber 23, December 11.
Sulphur Spring" District, No. 10. R. G
Weddicg, Justice, March 19, June 5, Scptembc:
21, December 7. Jno. A. Bennett, Justice,
March C, June IS, September 7, December 21
Bartlett District, No. II. TV. U. Cummins
Justice, March 10, June 22, September 10, De
cember 21. J. S. Yates, Justice, March 23,
June 9, September 24, December 10.
Hartford I. H. Luce, Judge, second Mon
days in January, April July and October.
Beaver Dam. E. TV. Cooper, Judge, first
Saturday in January, April, July an I October.
Cromwell. A. Y. Montague, Judge, first
Tuesday In January, April, July and October.
Ceralo. TV. D. Barnard, Judge, last Sat
urday in March, June, September and Decern
WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 8. 1875.
JXO. 1 BAH RETT, Local Editor.
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J.vo. P. Barrett & Co., rccf.isiinns,
Local news is vcrv scarce.
The croquet fever is abating.
Th-gigging is now in order.
Great bargains in ladies' hats, rib
bons, arc. L. Kosi:xre!m; & lino.
Miss Annie Howard, accoinpania
In- Mr. Willie Owen, of Owcnsboa
m Grc in town Sunday and 31mdn v.
Ient!i oOIiss Jennie Tnjlor.
Yesterday morning, at the residence
of her Ptep-father, Z. Vayni: Grif
fin, Esq., jriss Jusxin Tayixr de
parted this life after an illness of about
The deceased was a young lady of
rare accomplishments of mind and
beauty of person. Innocence crowned
ter brow and amiability was en
throned in her heart, while her voice
was the verv soul of music. A loving
aughter and allectionatc friend, her
death has desolated a home and thrown
;tn entire community into mourning.
An earnest and consistent Christian,
Heaven has gained what earth has
Death is a cruel and remorseless en
emy at all limes but its cruelty is nev
er more glaringly apparent tnan
when it enters the Garden of Life
and plucks the young and fragrant
rose, that lends gladness and jo- to
loving hearts, and parses by the aged
and barren buhcs that are its rightful
mrvest. And the crudest act of
death's cruel career was the striking
dowu of our lair, sweet friend, Jennie
"Lay her i' the earth;
And from her fair ami unpolluted flesh
May violets tpring."
Though the stab of the grim De
frayer was swift, sudden and unex
pected, .still it was robbed of the venom
of its sting by the surroundings and
csigHation of its victim. Loving
friends- and relatives stood by her as
he entered the unseen boat that plies
the dark waters betwixt mortality and
mmortality. On the other shore,-
unseen by human eyes, but clear to
ic vi--ion of the departing voyager
illumined b- the refulgent rays of the
sun of Heaven that has nor rising nor
setting angels Ijeckoned her with
shining arm antl welcomed her with
joyful songs to their bright and undy
O! blessed faith of the Christian
soul ! O! loving Jimas that made such
lorious triumph over Death possible!
The victory of the grave is as naught
the winning of a handful of difst!
The victory of Heaven is all-complete
the securing of a glorified soul, the
addition of another angel ! Take heart
of grace, O bereaved and stricken ones
he ha left behind!' Your darling L
not lost forever only gone before.
But a brief span only a little length
ening out of days here and vou will
meet her again nevermore to be part
ed, evermore to listen to the rich mu
sic of her voice as she sings beside the
Great White Throne!
oo. TV. Ituiu Coming.
The favorite temperance orator of
the State, George W. Bain, whose rep
utation is an eloquent, entertaining
and instructive speaker is national, no
tifies us that he will, icUhottl fail, address
citizens of Hartford next Saturday
night on the subject nearest the heart
of all true philanthropists the sup
pression of intemperance. On Sun-
lay night he will address the people of
We earnestly invite all of our citi
zens to attend and hear Brother Bain.
Besides being gifted with eloquence of
a rare order, he is an earnest and con
sistent Christian gentleman. Wc can
safely promise them a rich intellectual
Cliitm Keen pi it red.
George Uli Chimi, the horse-thief
who made his successful escape from
our county jail, was captured at the
section-house on the L. P. & S. W. It.
R. near the Louisville alms-house hist
Saturday morning by Capt. Price
Newman of the Louisville police force,
and lodged in the jail of that city.
Newman telegraphed to jailor Wise of
the arrest, and that official immedaite
ly repaired to Louisville and returned
yesterday evening with the prisoner,
Chinn was on his way to St. Louis.
The Ohio County Fair.
The Premium Lists of the Ohio
County Agricultural and Mechanical
Association have been published, and
are now being distributed. We hope
that the liberal premiums oilcred
will induce every farmer to pteparc
something for exhibition. Every far
mer has a pig, calf, cow, sheep, horse
or something that he could exhibit
with but little cost, and by so doing,
increase the interest of farming.
Dennis Boss, a colored man living
in the upper part of town, gave us
roasting ear la-t Thursday, measuring
lateen inches in length. This is about
a fair specimen of his corn, as he savs
it was not a picked ear. We believe.
from all reports, that a great deal of
the com in the county will yield al
most equally to this patch.
The KcM ami Cheapest
Clothing House in Louisville is J
Winter & Co., cor. 3rd and Market
street. They- keep only first ela-:
goods of their own raanulactuic and
cll at reasonable prices.
A Slabbing AHViiy.
Last Sunday morning, near the
corner of L. J. Lyon's grocery store,
two negro hoy?, named Carter and
Pliipp, became engaged in a little
altercation, which resulted in Carter's
stabbing Phipps in the side with a
knife, entering jui-t alwvc the hip
bone. Dr. Tyler G:iflln was sum
moned to investigate the wound, which
he pronounced not dangerous, but of
a bad character. Carter, seeing the
mischief he had done, made lightning
like time in trying to escape the vigi
lance of the oilicers, but was captured
that evening by town marshal, J. X.
Wise. They were about fourteen
yeats of age, anil unless they are dealt
with according to law, thw is a fair
start for them to make bad characters
and worthless citizens.
Disappoint men f.
Tho Hartford baseball club received
a challenge from the .Heaver Dam base
ball club to play a match game at the
Fair Grounds in this place last Thurs
day evening, but from some cause or
other failed (o come in. We hope they
will be more punctual next time, and
thus save tho disappointment of many
admirers of this popular sport.
Attention, '! Templtirs.
To-morrow night Hartford Lodge,
No. 12, will elect its representative to
the Grand Lodge. A full attendance
of the membership is desired, so that
all may have a voice in this important
Transfers or Keal Kstnle-.
The following transfers of real estate
have been lodged for record since our lafct
White & Dunkcrson to Robt. Shcr
rod, lot in Bockport, $85,00.
X. II. Webb to P. W. Mitchell,
ISO acres on Panther Creek. Dcctl
Coinmisroncr Cox to Janieti Wise,
?ols Ti and G in Rockport, S740.U2.
The following is a list of the marriage
licenses issued since our last report:
Herschel B. Taylor and Miss Ellen
J. II. Harp and MUs Nancy K.
John A. Wnkeland and Miss Nancy
When Yon IViint
A fine suit made to order, wc cheer
fully recommend you to go to J.
Winter & Co. Their "Merchant Tai
lor" establishment is the best arranged
of an j- in the city.
The excessive dry ami hot weather
for some time past, has been the cause
of a great deal of sickness in this com
munity. The physicians are riding
lay and night, and report npw cases
Mks Bettie Eidson, one of Owens-
boro's ltclles, in company with her
brother Willie, arrived in this city
Sunday evening, and will remain a
few davs, visiting the family of Mr.
Z. W. Griflin.
We arc now receiving our Fall and
Winter stock of dry goods, clothing.
boots, shoes, hats, shawls, blankets,
notions, Ac, and in fact everything
cept in a first-class house. You can
buy them of us cheaper than at any
other house. Call and see. No
trouble to show goods.
L. Boskxhkrc & Bi;o.
Call and leave jour orders with TV. C.
Chapman, (agt.) for fruit trees from the
Greenville Mnreery. Fruit trees adapted
to the toil and climate at reduced rntps
Also grape vines from Knott .t Chap
man's vineyard, the best variety in the
Owing to a misunderstanding, Prof.
Rowden did not arrive last week, as
announced, to play with the Hartford
brass band at the Taylor reunion.
which comes of at Beaver Dam to
Wc are glad to learn that the child
of Col. O. P. Johnson, whose life was
despaired of a few days ago, now bids
fair to recover.
Oliver Rowe, a middle-aged farmer,
who lived m the vicinity of Center-
lowii, in this county, died a few days
Several young gentlemen of this
place have bought a new billiard table
lor their own use, and will now indulge
in this amusement.
Some young gents from thw place
attended the Louisville Exposition
last week, and tire pleased with the
Hon. John P. Barrett, of Louis
ville, and President of the Pomcroy
Coal Coiipany, was in town one day
last w eek.
Last Monday was county court day,
and a good many people were in town.
The Owcnnborn IZxuminer came to
us last week with a new and beautiful
Ktr.illi ol a .Host Promising Young
Tayloktowx, Ky., Aug. IJO.
Editor IIekald: Again has
death, the relentless tyrant and foe of
the human family, visited our vicinity
and swept front our midst a maiden
who was loved and respected by all
who knew her
At noon, Sunday, August the 29th,
Oit.v Tayloi:, daughter of Tobias W.
Taylor, died at the residence of her
She lingered long with the con
sumption, a disease that in most cases
causes the patients to cherish the fal
lacious hope that they will recover.
Oka T.vYLOHWiH a young lady of
rare intellectual gills. In study she
was never surpassed by any of her
schoolmates, mastering all her studies
witli an eae that was a constant source
of astonishniejjji her teacher and
clasmales. She was remarkably fond
of literary works, and culled the gems
of thought from her favorite authors
with rare skill. Her conversation
was refined, and always betokened a
mind well stored with useful informa
tion. The common gossip that usual
ly characterize the conversation of
most young people of to-day had no
interest for her. If disease had spared
her, she would have been an ornament
to the best society, and a bright star
in the literary firmament of to-day.
But she has gone, and a void Is left
which our hearts in agonizing grief
seek in vain to fill. Time, can alone
assuage the grief that hangs like a
gloomy pall over the settlement, for
to know her was to love her. Wc
trust that when the Great Eternal shall
summons the world together In the
great finale, that she, her friends and
kindred, shall be united in that better
land where happiness and love shall
forever shed their halo over them, is
the sincere desire of H. B T.
A THIRD TEACHER GIVES HIS VIEWS.
LlVEEMOKE Kv., Sept. hit.
EniTor. IIeraib: Your correspondents,
"It. C "antl "G. JI. It." in. ventillating
their peculiar views concerning Institutes,
Teachers and Trustees, whether uninten
tionally, or designedly, I cannot say, mis
conceive the whole nature of the question.
There is too great a blending ofcrror.with
a very small amount of truth in what they
"It. C." rs evidently splenetic, or 6tiuer-
ing seriously Irom cofiie species of mental
aberration, when he so inconsiderately dc-
notninnteR Tenchcrs' Institutes, "ephem
era" Irom the "brevity of their sessions.''
His objection is not .uell taken, notivitli-
e-tandiug his diatribe has these same brief
ssesions for its objective point.
An interchange of opinion among a
number of practical teachers, ever, for the
short term of four or five dayB, as to the
beet method of organization, discipline,
nnd the best method of teaching the dif
ferent branches, cannot fail to be of ad
vantage to teacher, pupil and parent.
The young inexperienced teacher, unless
he is as stolid as "It. C." himself, can
derive some benefit bv listening to a reci
tal of the experiences of n lifetime spent
in(tlie school room. He must be a dolt, in
deed, who on such occasions, from the
multiplicity of views expressed, cannot
gather a few facts which he mav well
reduce to practice with almost incalcula
ble advantage at the very outsel of his
If the majority of teachers determined
to make an actual, a lifelong profession
of teaching, the case would, perhaps, be
different. As it iSjhoweverctiching with
many is but an occasional profession, a
step preparatory to the prosectuion of
some other avocation. In either case.
no man is s6 profoundly erudite that he
cannot give some little instruction from
the enunciation of principles which will
add to liis proficiency and render his la
bors more acceptable, and as a natural
conscijueiicc, more remunerative
"It. CV strictures on imporletj- brains
arc in ftdl accord uith his other very silly
position, JCo one, unless he was suffering
from an attach of cerebro-spinal menin
gilts, cr some other raging disease nould
object lo the presence of a gentleman
and a scholar of the first water at an In
stitute or any other assemblage where
gentlemen do congrrgate.
But this astute philologist, rushing into
print, erects a mau of btraw and belabors
it most unmercifully. Such is ever the
herculean task of one who .studiously
misconstrues the nature of any general
proposition. It is not the object of the
Institute to demonstrate abstruse prob
lems from Euclid, to solve difficult exam
ples from Algebra, to explain some tan
gled si iein from Arithmetic, nor to con
strue very knotty lines from Homer
or Virgil. This belongs to other
localities, and is the undisputed
prerogative of the egotistic, pedantic
tlofckey. The average Dibtrict Teacher
is generally well versed in the primary
branches of an English education. It is
not, therefore, to the want of any book
knowledge that his many failures may be
attributed, but rather to an entire ab
sence of any well defined plan of opera
tion, fonfution, and not order being the
prevailing clement in most District
Schools. The real object of the Institute
is bow to teach, and not to avoid the
drudgery of study. It is reasonable to sup.
poee that the teachers have undergone
this drudgery b;fore attendin.
sylvan philosopher in his- hallucination
'K. C." is at eea again in his unwar
ranted attack on the! State Board of Edu
cation in their effort to produce uniformi
ty in the text books uT in the public
echools. He' must be aware frdln Ids' own
experience in the school room, unless he
belongs to that class who "never learn,
and never forget" and if he will permit
himself to look beyond the precincts o"
his own most magnificent opinion that
every new teacher must have new books,
rejecting with professional disdain the
books Used by liis predecessor, entailing
a heavy, and at the same time a very
useless, expense upon the patrons ofthe
school, nlany of whom aro in straight
ened circumstances, and barely able to
buy one set of books. In justice, to the
people then, some power should put an
end to the I'reipient changes' of books, if
It. C. docs not. The people will appreci
Pellets of mud arc easily riiade, and
easily thrown. They more freqticntly,how
evcr, mark the thrower than the one
thrown at. As no system is without its
errors and abuses, the presence of cither
or both in the system of County Exami
ners and District Trustees as existing in
Kentucky is by no means a matter of
surprise. But shall neon this account re
ject both, or substitute the one for the
other? Experience and common reason
say no. A true regard for the public
good, indicates that instead of this sense
less and persistent fault finding, wc ex
crt ourselves to our utmost to correct all
abuses as they appear. Admitting that
the appointment of our Examiners de
pends sometimes more on favoritism than
ability, it may be to secure an additional
boarder, more trade at a store, or an ex
tra fee at court, or that the election of a
Commissioner is sometimes the natural n-
sult of sweetened whishy nnd a good din
ner, it does not by any mode of argu
mcnt follow that the system is therefore
bad and should be forthwith abolished.
I'hcse are but abuses and need correc
G. M. IV" is right in sonic particu
lars, and wrong in many others. 1 have
time at present to notice but one of his
positions, he says, "As the law now
stands, we, in ctfect, have but few trus
tees. The whole matter ot choosing a
teacher is thrown on the district at large.
An election or two must be called. Hi
valry among teachers encouraged rival
ry in regard to price, (the Italics are hi),
and not qualifications, &c" Now let us
enquire into the cause or course of the
grievances of which the gentleman makes
such sad complaint. That he says is
prima facia true, but it is to be feared
that he belongs to that very delectable
class who eternally thrust themselves be
fore the public with a growl of discon
tent, hoping thereby to hide the material
maneuver of right shoulder shilt, by
which I mean a shifting of grave respon
sibilities on lo sonic one else's shoulders,
;i disreputable trick to say the least of it.
The truth, though disagreeable, must be
told. It is this, that among teachers there
U little or no professional honor, no pro
fessional dignity iu their intercourse with
each other. The general disposition is
to underrate and underbid each other,
and this too, without the least effort on
the part of the Trustee to "encourage ri-
valr'.'' For instance, a well qualified
teacher applies for a school at C ,and
agrees with the Trustees of that District
to serve the public at ?ou per
month. The contract is not closed,
but the understanding between them
is sufficiently definite to leave the
inipresssion on the teacher's
mind that he has secured a situ
ation. A, who resides in that District,
and who is by nature a regular marplot)
and by profession is part teacher, part
farmer, part cattle driver and pa'rt what
you please, proposes to take the trouble
off the other teacher for $40 per month,
B, who taught one session, and gave gen
eral dissatisfaction offers to teach it for
$30. The Trustee cannot with any hope
of escaping censure employ the first, the
others perhaps aro not employed, on ac
count of their unpopularity, and the much
abused officer is forced to give the school
to some little girl or half grown boy every
way unqualified, at $22 per month' and
boarding round. Now whose fault is
this? It is very pleasant to shift it from-
the teacher to the Trustee, but the fault;
is not with the latter, nor with the people,
nor in the syMcm itself. It manifestly
is iu a want of professional honor, an tit
ter disregard of those nice little profession
al amenities which should prevent one
teacher from interfering with the busi
ness transactions of another, it is the nat
ural result of the contcmptablc practice
among teachers to backbite, under-ratc
and under-bid each other.
It is to be hoped the situation will not
improve until teachers fully recognize the
the fact that teaching is a profession,
and that it is as capable of rules ot hon
orable intercourse, and ethical dignity as
nay other, then perhaps the skies will be
all the bluer, and the pastures all the
recti e?. J. O'F.
Loots and shoes can be bought ;tt
.'50 per cent, cheaper at L. Rosenberg
& Uro's. than any other house
If you want tio. 1 suit of clothing,
;o to L. Rosexiilkg it Di:o.
"Wc hear 'of a great many squirrels
in the woods. Why don't our young
fiinrotls "go for 'cm."
The parade at -Louisville Wednesday
was the grandest thing of the season.
Mrs. Vaught has again placed u-
under obligation for lunch.
Sl;"V335- -tZZTJFL EEIS.
AmfEye Claws arc the IiVt fur failing sight.
they are perfectly tran.iarent (will cut l.-u like
they receive a tinr polish anil ali7.iy retain it.
last as lone n; I.Ve pnirj ot the test "U!, iiejulr
that lime. By our new nystem f.r te'in? thn isht, we are enabled tn nlt any eye n lern-.
rately that no injuriniu etfejU will follow-. We repair ?pectaelcs an! Kfe (!luea, and infert
.'entiles or the best lilass Lenes in pi I frames.
who reou'ire sneetictes to see far off as well as
sons who cannot call on as we scnihour crw ill
c. r. h.iiixes .t nnq.. oPiican.
Main si., lie. Sisth al Seventh (Loctsville Hotel llloek.) lnlsville, Kv.
w.n. ii. wiM.i.uis,-
Tikes pleasuro in announcing to the ciliicn
of llarttoiU ami ouio coumy luai uo u
THE LATEST NOVELTIES
Gents' and 15ojs' Clothing,
BOOTS 8b SHOES,
AU'o dealer in
I will sell very low for eash, or exchango
for all kinds of country produce. My motto
is "Quick sales an" small profits. uoI ly
If vou want a good clock at a moderate
price, senrl for our new illustrated price list
of fc'eth Tboma clocks. Clocks securely picked
anil sent to any aa.lrcss at our risk ou receipt
of price and fifty cent adtiitiocal for express
charges, .uoncy may bo sent safely iy regis
tered letter or express.
C. P. BARNES .t 15RO.,
Jewclcrs.Main st., bt. 6th A 7th, Louisville. Ky.
WM. (1 HAVES, WS. T. COX.
Wo respectfully announce to tbe citizens of
IlartforJ and Ohio county, that wc aro pre
pared to do House Carpentering, Furniture Re
pairing, and any kind of Wood-it ork, on short
notice at reasonable terms, shop in Jlauij i
nol4 Cm (lit AYES Sc COX,
New Goods! JNcw Goods!
L. ROSENBERG & BRO.
Every department in our stock is fall and ou
prices arc down to tbo
We are confident that no other house will do
as well by you as" ouVs. We respectfully so
licit an examination of our
GOODS AXD" TRICES
before making your spring purchases, believ
ins 'bat it will pay you to do so. no IStf
I.. J. I,YOX.
Groceries and Confectioneries.
Keeps constantly on hand a Itrgo assortmcsc
of all kinds of Groceries and Confectioneries,
which ha will'scll low fur cashor exchange
for all kinds of
I will also pay the highest cash price for
hides, sheep pclts'.csgs, butter, bacon, potatoes,
beans, etc. nol lr
A government land warrant for services rcn. ,
dcrcd iu the war ot ISIS, fur 100 acres of land, J
For further information apply to J. M
Rogers, Heaver Dam, Ky., or John 1. Barrett
Wanted to borrow $3,000 f jt two or three
years, for which ten per cent, interest will be
paid payable icuii.aanually note to be due
if interest is not promptly paid, and will se
cure tho lender by a Mortgage o'n real ostatc;
and as an additional n-curtty will give him to
bold as collateral rcil cstaru lien notes worth
at Icat Stl.OOO. Addrrs- "MUSEY, care
U k.uiLi oftice, Uartfurd, Ky.
Cut an'l pilisheil from'tho "Re.il Zlnne."
ili.immJj. lWns barn?? than tho gla.
One piir cirefiilly rnltcit'tn jocr ejej nill
preserving inc ii-ui airani mumnireu all
UurJii-roe.il bpeelaeles are fir ol.l Aeopla
neir by only one piir btins reiinireil. iifmr
- JStrateJ Vriee Iii't which sh-w bow to order.
SA'. r. ltlLL.-
.MclIEXKY it IHIX,
A TTOnXEYSt COUXSELLOnSA TLA W
Will nraetrccin Ohio and adioinlnieountics"
and in the Court of Appoilsof Kcntu'kyv
r. r. morijax, o. c. ws'iibiso:
.Mt)it;.vx a wi:inixt.
ATTOllXEYS AT LAW,
ha rtf6riV; kV.
(OSiecwestof courthouse oveflfardwick &'
Will practice irl'inferiflr and superior courts-
of this commonwealth
Special ctteatiun given- to" eases in bank-
F. 1'. Morgan Is also esacliner,- ami wil
take d:osItiuns c'orreerry will be ready tw
ubligc all parties at all times.
JOII.V 0-F1.AU ERTY.
AT TOR XE Y AT I, A
Collection l'romjttbj Attended 1T
OEVb oa" Market street.- over ManiT'rtuY
FOGIX Ji SWEEXCY,
A1TO li XE YS A T I A ft
HARTFORD, KY. - ,
Will practice their profession in' oTSfo'airil'
adjoining counticsaa Jiri the Court of Appeals.
Office on Market street, near courthouse.
JOIIX P. IIAIIIIETT,
ATT Oil XE Y AT LA W
and Real Estate Agctft
Prompt attention given to tho collection of
claims. V?il buy, itll, l'ease,-of rent lands 'or
mineral privileges on reasonable term's.- Wiif'
write deeds, mortgages, leases, ic., and at
tend to listing and piyitag t'Jies oa lands be-'
onging to non-residents.- J
JOIIX C. TOirXSCXD.-
(Formerly Comity Judge,
A TTOJt XE Y AT L A w
Will practice in all the courtsof Ohio county
and the circuit courts of tbe 5th judicial dis
trict. Bu iness solicited and prompt attention
C D. WALKER, E. C. BCBBaSD.
YVAI.KKi: it HUBBAKD,-
A '1 TOR XE YS A T liW,
ASD REaL ETTB iGEJTSV
W3I. K. OICEGOKY
AT TO R XE Y AT LA. f
Prompt attention given to the collecrion.of
claims. Office in the courthouse.
J. F. COLLINS.
GROCERIES, eOFECTIONERIES, .
The Higltesl Jarirf Trice.
Remember the place, w'est side public squats .
opposite tire coUrt hoa.-c, Hartford, Ky.
Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN.
Dealer is j
Drugs, Medicines and C'ftemical,'
Fine Toilet Soaps, Fancy Hair and Tooth
Brush es, l'crfamery and Fancy Toilet""
-Articles, Trasses and Shoulder - 1
Pure Wines and Liquors for medical purposes.
Paints, Oils, VwraUhcs, DyctSluJfi;
Letter-paper, Fens, Ink, Envelopes.j.OIaj
j-uuy, varoon on, j.aups anu laimneysjl
Physicians' prescriptions accurately com?
pounded. not ly""
WU. llAEnWICC, a.. T. X4LL.
HAKOUICK fc XAli;'
DEaLER.i ce -
DRY HOODS, (5R0CEP.IE3. UATSr CAPS
ROOrS. SHOF.SV HARDWARE,
QUEENSWAUF, Ac. -Which
we will sell low fr cajh.or exchango
for country produce, payia tbc-birhsstmarket
price. " nul ly