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EVKRY WEDNESDAY MORNING,
IX Tfl TOWS OP
nAEiFOED, onio coonr, khiccky,
JOHN P. BARRETT & CO.,
AT THE FEICK OF
gZTTito D dibit & a Year in Advance. t
Job work of every description done with
ne&tnft addif pitch, at city price. We bare
fAUIine of job types, an! folicit the patronage
f the baslcesi community.
Tke portage on tvtry copy of The llEitALD it
prepaid at tit ojfiee.
Qurternuof nhicriftien are t2 00 per yeart
tucrtnfeW in advance,
Should the pipzr euiptnd publication from
any taute, during tie yenrftet frill refund the
money f on ubtriptiont or fmmxtk 9 utter i
her$ or the unexpired tin teitk any paptr of the
mme price they may teleeU
Adeertiemnt of bnninc men are eolieited;
except thite. of ealoon keeper and detier in tn
toxieatimy liquor t which ve tetll not admit to our
colnmne under any tireuwi$tancet
Jill com m anient lone and contribution for pub
Itctfiom mmtke addreetrd to the Editor.
C-)MMniethin regard toadtcfirinyjand job
ork MMif be addrcd to the Publhhert.
lion. Jamct Stuart, Judge, of Owensboro.
Hon. Jos. Qaycraft, Attorney, Elizabethtoirn.
A. L. Morton, Clerk, Hartford..
H. R. Murrell, Master Commissioner, Hartford.
T. J. Smith, Sheriff, Hartford.
E. L. Wife, Jailer, II art lord.
Court begins on the second Mondays in May
and November, and continue! four weelti each
lion. TV. F. Gregory, Judge, flartford.
Capt. Sam. K. Coz, Clerk, Hartford.
J. P. Sanderfer, Attorney, Hartforl.
Court begin! on the Grit Monday in every
Begins on the 3rd Monday! in January.April,
Jnly and October.
COURT OF CLAIMS.
Begin! on the firit Monday! in October and
OTHER COCXTY OFFICERS.
J. J. T.each, Attestor, Cromwell.
O. Smith FiUhugb, Surreyor.SulpttarSprings.
Thoi. H. Dot well, Coroner, Sulphur Spriogs.
TT. L. Rowe, School Commissioner, Hartford.
Caney District, So. 1. P. II. Alford, Justice,
held March i, June 17. September 4, December
IS. E. F.Tilford, Justice, held March 18, June
4, September IS, December 4.
Cool Spring! Dittrict, Xn. 2. A. X. Brown,
Justice, hell March 3, Jane 13, Septem'ier 2.
Deoember 18. D. J. Wilcox, Justice, held
March IS, Jane 2, September Id. December
Buggy driving is Ihc Sunday even
ing resort of this place.
Corn is selling at SI per barrel in
Mr. S. S. "Wells, of Owensboro, and
Deputy U. S. Collector, has been in
town for several days.
What has become of our Spring
Lick correspondent? Let us hear
Messrs. "W. T. Ellis and Ed. Col
gan, from the city of Owensboro, were
in town last Wednesday.)
The bridge in front of James Ford's
is getting in a bad condition. We
hope the trustees will attend to this
Messrs. Williams & Hard wick have
the running-gear on the Ajax. They
made a short trip down the river the
other day to test her speed.
Dissolved, August 6th, 1875, the
aw firm of Morgan & Wedding, Hart
AliTnysbny the best.
They not only sell the cheapest but
also the best ready-made, or made to
order clothing of any house in Louis
ville, and those wljo buy of J. Winter
& Co., never fail to obtainsatufaction.
Mr. Warren Griffin, of Elizabeth
town, Ky., has been in town for sev
eral days past.
Capt. Sam. K. Cox returned from
the Louisville Exposition Saturday,
and reports everything lively there.
Mrs. Hurt died at the residence of
her son, Alfred Hurt, in this place,
Mr. George Potts, of Louisville, has
been spending several days among his
old friends of this place.
We are glad to announce that Miss
Mattie Berry, who has been quite ill
for several days past, is recovering fast.
Mrs. Lucy Eidson and her son
White, of Owensboro, have been vis
iting relatives here this week.
Mosquitoes arc very bad in St.
Louis. It takes a No. 7 hat to fit
Hon. Alonzo W. Little, of Jackson,
Mississippi, and Clerk of the Missis
sippi Court of Appeals, but formerly
of Calhoon, Ky., was married in Jef
fersontown, a few days ago, to Miss
Ida May McDaniels
As the school discussion has become
monotonous to quite a number of our
readers, wo have decided not to insert
any more of like nature. Wc hope
our correspondents will not think hard
of us for it, but it is our aim to please
the mass of our readers. Wc have
noiv about a dozen communications of
this kind on hand, and as we cannot
Mr. E. C. Ellis brought to town the devote the entire paper to this subject,
other day, a sweet potato, which grew would deem it partiality to publish
on the farm of Mr. J. F. Collins, that one without the others. We will be
measured three feet ten inches in glad to hear from you, gentlemen, on
length. This is the longest potato we other subjects
nrnp enrtr ntirl nrtir njlr nilf Orfinrrnr I
I... i Our clever vouuc friend Phil. T,
incnas to ueai iu ,
uerman, ot Jjouisviiie, nas ocen np
Messrs. Blaiu & Neal, two young pointed aid to the Governor, with rank
gentlemen of Laney ville, have a job 0f Colonel. We congaatulate you,
printing establishment at that place, p-,;!.
They print cards, envelopes, bill-heads,
circulars, &c, at very reasonable
prices. Success to you gentlemen, in
our new entcrpaise.
The mother of Rev. J. S. Coleman
died at her residence near Beaver
Dam, last Friday evening, at five
i t . . ..ii l i ? ii t ti r- r tit
ciocK. sue was a lady ot rare unci- oouna nay irain on me u. i co o. v .
ligencc, and was a strict member of R. R. the very best square dinner got
the Baptist church. She had reached ten up according to the best culinary
the ripe old age of nearly four score authority for only fifty cents.
years, wiien the cold lianu ot death ,
, , , , A fellow got on board the westbound
carried her from numerous relatives I . .
train un me ij. sr. ix, o. w . is. it. yes
and loving friends. Her remains
On Thursday last the sale of quin
ine at Z. W. Griffin's drug store was
ten ounce, prescribed principally for
Misses Rebecca Dillmati and Allic
Anderson remembered us with a nice
lot of apples Saturday evening. Please
accept our thanks, ladies.
Mr. I. B. Nail,
: j : .t T) tv. -
cru ...terra ... mC xuu m ,hc , V;n
o...i : "
uu.r ouuuaj uu.u.uSl uu ho failed to get off, and was riding
hj xu-v.u. .in. xcaj. alonir verv chean. but conductor Fonda
- I 'J A
ow Is the lime 1 buy spoiled his little game by spotting him
YMif notr en i f n n A .T Wintnr A fV rt nnil nil ft in r liim rifl nt flirt
corner 3d and Market, Louisville, is station. A fellow will have to be , ' -u"""m; t "I' , ' T.'T
the place; the Custom Department is sharp when he fools Fonda out of a
on the second floor, and is filled with a ride.
most choice selection of all the latest
formerly of this
Centtrriiie Di.triet, No. 2.W. P. Render, place, is now bu.inc3 manager of the
Justice, held Mreh 31, June 14, September 30, 1 .'(ln)1.M' Jfome Journal, published ill
Dee:mber IS. T. S. Bsnnctt, Justice, "e1" LoilLsville.
March 16, June 23, September Ij, December,
mi i i ... .
inev nave uoue awav with chcan
Eeiri Store District, So. 4Benj. Scirton, travei:I10. on tl.e Lo,.;...:!,. , V
Justice, March II, June 2.1, September II, Do-1 . , T . . , T, , , .,
eember 27. S. Woodward, Justice, March
Jaae !, September 15, December II.
Forltrille District, Xo. S. C. W. R. Cobb
Justice, March 8, June 19, September 8, Decem
ber 22. J. L. Burton, Justice, March 23, June
7, SepternVr 22, December S.
Ellis District, No. C S. S. McEIroy, March
0. June 21. September 9. December 23. Jas.
ville and Louisville and Paducah rail
roads, and have resumed their former
The Hartford choir did not visit
Buckhoni last Thursday evening as
they expected, owing to the sickness
Miller, Jastiee, March 21, June S, September of Mr. Rice, 0I1C of the bass singers,
fW.mt..i O. I ' " " '
' 1 r t r 1 (. o
Hartford District, Xo. 7.-Jno. T. Cooper, ir. JY. vj. Jiowe, one oi opnilg
Juttiee, March 13, June 2i, September 14, De Licks llVCSt business nidi, Was 111
een.ber2?. A. B. Bennett, Justice, March 2S, I town Thursday last, looking as hand-
r i- m- r t o ... . I taea r
pumice, )ircn tf unc in, ocjitcuiir t w . . . . -
pmbar 17. Mrlrln Tarlor. J nit tee. Mirea 17. I 1
June 20, September 17. December 31. Mr. B. F. Potter, of Sacramento,
Hartford District, No. . Thoroa L. Allen, I M'Leail COUntV, Sutldav. He reports
Justiee, March 12, June 21, September 13, De- c00(l crops Jn tl,at vIcInitV
. no. ireacu, jusi.ee, .uarcn u.
e ember 28.
Jnie 12, September 2 J, December 14.
Sulphur Spring District, No. 10. U. 0.
Weddirc, Justice, March 19, June 5, September
21, December 7. Jno. A. Dennett, Justiee,
March 6, June 18, September 7, December 21,
Bartlett District, No. f 1. W. U. Cummin,
Jntieo, March 10, June 22, September 10, De
cember 21. J. S. Yates, Justice, March 23,
June 9, September 24. December 10.
Hartford F.P.Morgan, Judge, second Mon
days in January, April, July and October.
Bearer Data. E. V. Cooper, Judge, first
Saturday in January, April, July an I October.
Cromwell. A. P. Montague, Judge, first
Tuesday in January, April, July and October.
Ceralrs. W. D. Barnard, Judge, last Sat
urday in March, June, Septetnbc'-'d Decern
jMlss .bva lirinin, ot this city, m
company with her aunt, Mrs. Joseph
Miller, left Jast Mondav, to visit
friends and relatives in Louisville.
Call and leave your orJers with W. C.
Chapman, (a?t.) for fruit trees from the
Greenville Nurserv. Fruit trees adapted
to the soil and climate at reduced rates.
Also grape vines from Knott & Chap
man's vineyard, the best variety in the
WEDSESDAY, SEPT. 29, 1875.
W. K. BOXXER, Local Editor.
Mr. W. H. Moore, one of our most
worthy citizens, who has been confined
to his ronm for more than a week from
the effects of a congestive chill, was
upon the streeis Sunday.
To our young friend Wm. Phipps,
we return thanks Yor his kindness in
i .i - i .
Particular Xotlce. assisting us on uic ouwuic oi our paper,
All persons indebted to this office, will He's a jolly good fellow, and may his
please call and par up, as we are in urgent shadow never grow less.
need of 6ome money. We cannot run a
newspaper without monev, and hence we Our "devil says his girl is as prct
are under the necessity of collecting as ty as an ivory-bound, silver-mounted
fast as amounts fall due.
1 O 4 O
ring-streaked and striped, magnolia
lilly-white, well, just anythin
best wishes for success and pleasure in
"TflE DOCK BROWN STORY."
Before many months shall roll by,
Grayson county can boast of an author
of a book of interest to every citizen of
tho county. Tho Grayson County
Herald gays: Will. R. Haynes, author
of the celebrated "Dock Brown story,"
has perfected arrangements for the pub
lication of the same in book form." The
idea of a romance of the nature of the
Dock Brown story," founded on fitcts
Thanks to Hon. T. C. McCrccry, actually occurring m our midst, and
U. S. Senator, for public docu- that we have a young man able to cx
mcntg. pose all the hidden mysteries of the
same, and hand them to us in the form
of a nice book, is enough to buoy up
the hearts of our citizens.
ILLNESS OF THE MISSES TILTORD.
Misses Jennie and Julia Tilford two
beautiful and charming young ladies of
this place are very ill at the residence
of their father. Our prayers are for
their speedy recovery.
HER NASIE WAS "DOLLY."
Wc infer from the letter of "Tnomal"
in the Grayson County Herald that be
once had an aunt and her name was
Blain & Bond, our local stock buy
are sorry to say that as yet no good
has l)ecn accomplished, and wc know
not why, for Messrs. Davidson and
Board are both good preachers, and
speak eloquently to a crowded house
twice every day.
HE'S GOING A VETTING.
J. R. Bond, our worthy express
agent, tells us he will staitin n few
days on a journey to pay the principal
eastern cities a visit
his intention to visit
, , ,. . .. . that time. Bt oor new system-for tesiinc tho sight, to are enabled to suit snvr eVe so aeru-
delpuia, and Others. lie lias our verj e),. ,hat n-y,mi ctr m f0noff. ye repair Spectacle! and KVe muses, and insert
I'ebblesor the best Glass Lenses in- ell frames. Oar Hi-rucal Spectacles are for old ff-fUt
who require specuces to see I ir on as wen as near ny only one pir beinr; rcqmreet. Tu ptt '
sons woo cannot can on us wo sena our new illustrate j rnee wnicn ltiwi now in order.
C. I. B-ARNES A EKO- Oplleans.
Main St., be. Sixth ami SeTentK'(Xnuisrille Hotel Block,) Unnisriflr, lyfv
And Eye Glasses arc the b;.t for failing siiht. Cat and polished from-the ''Real Stone."
i .,1 they are perfectly transparent (will cut glass lilea a diamond). Seinjr bsr.ler than the rU's.
, hi. ii..-) .uiiiu .v, they receive a finer polish and always retain' it. One pair earefnlly suited to your eyes will
t New York, Phila- I Inst as longas five pirs of the best glass, besides preserving the aijrht almost unimpaired all
At it Still.
Sam. Goodman, of Big Clifty, is
still furnishing passengers on the east
II A KT FORD, Kr-
Takes pleasure in annnuncins tn the citizen
of Ilartfotdsnil Ohio county that he is
THE LATEST NOVELTIES
h tsf a. xeiiESar, sxv. r. oar.
.hoiiexrv & nnx
A TTOItXE YSC- COVXSKL L O tSA TLAIf
Will rJraelicein Onio and ailioininsewmtiet'"
and in the Court of Appo.ls of Kentucky.
terday with a ticket to Vine Grove.
Gents' and Boys' Clothing,
BOOTS & SHOES,
ATTORNEY AT LA W, '
nARTFORl)-, KY. '!
(OSes west of courthouse overTFardwiek Si'
Will practice in inferior and ysoerior eourtr
of this commonwealth-
Special attention given to eases in bank'
1.1. Mortran it im eiarainer, and wl-'V-
take depositions correctly will bo ready t'o
oblige all parties at all times.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
GoUectlom Prvmptli Attended to
Offico eu Market street, over Manly 's tia
hogs to Louisville. Ihcy arc
young men of business capacity.
AT HOME AGAIN.
J. N. 3ikridge, of tho firm
W. H. illiams is receiving and J. N. llkridge, of tho firm of
opening the largest stock of dry goods, Porter & Eskridge, of this place, re-
Abo dealer in
I will sell very low for cash, or f xchanco
for all kinds of country produce. My motto-
JESSE K. FOGLC.
1 ..1 T. , n 1 I . i i c 7 !...!lt. i ..i.. ...i .m ,n nMi,
The following transler of real estate I all kinds of notions ever brought to nights ago, where he had been for sev-
havc been lodgeJ for record si ncc our last this place. Persons desiring any of eral days on business connected with
report, viz: ti,c alve, named articles should trive the firm.
Alfred C. Tanner, Commissioner . i, ni ; , he rnixKini to meet her.
McLean Circuit Court, to liss .Alary tc l renrescnted. A eomnletc Miss. Jennie Wcllcr, of the Fulls of
Fairleigh & Brother, 084 acres m Ohio , of rocer;e, ;n connection with the Roucb.returncd home from her visit to
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county, -iUii acres m Jicean couniy, above na,ueJ d(J Lebanon, last week. She looks as gay
420 acres m Hancock county, 41 acres as ever, but remained with us only
in Daviess county, and 2 Jots in Lai- The Court of Claims of Ohio Coun- three hour, just long enough for Jap
loon, Kentucky, being their part of (y will meet next Monday. Of to get on his clean clothes and put on
the estate of Remus Griffith, deceased, course a large lot of claims will be lib best look?
; I presented, but wc hope our Magistrates I Wc vrcre glad to welcome home our
" I il t .1 ? i n i x l j . tt t- -r-v
The followins i a liet of the marriacc PT"1 B" uic intcrcsr. oi mo county young incnu icnry ianiei, rn-
licenses issued since our lat report: we" anu cuu 0111 ana retusc an me da, who went to ixnusvilic a lew days
Daniel H Brown and Miss lucy I spurious claims, and cut down those ago to visit the Exposition, but was
Stateler. that are too high and allow non but taken sick while there, and derived
colored. meritorious and just claims. By a but little pleasure from his visit.
Ben. Carlwn and Miss Canvass Cun- C103C management oi our nuances, anu w TljrsUl ,IAVE MUSICi
diff. a cutting uown oi me proper expenai- WiU T G rcccjvcd her
turcs to a low notch, and rejecting all p;ano from Livcrmore, her former
oogus anu mumeu ciawns, me cou.ny , yesterday, and now gladdens the
hearts of her many auditors with her
Don't fail to stop at Millwood, as excellent music.
la nniifinmi ii.oronn o M,.ir,ro nf vou come down on the Paducah railroad JACKFno.fr vlstts them
fa-"' - . -TV. , ,, , . ,,,,. 1.
A. IUCIi itll IKlb ItUb C KlllklXJ AlillsVy
a moderate I
Last Satunlay, as jailer Wise was could soon be brough't out of debt.
closing the trap-door ol the debtors
room, a woman by the name of Leach,
If. you want a rjoo'i clock nt
price, semi fur our new illustrated price list
of Seth Thomas clocks. Clocks securely packed
ant! sent to any address at our risk on reeeipt
of price ami fifty cents adilitio'al for express
charges. .Money may bo sent salcly by regis
tcrcd letter or express.
C. 1'. HA It .N US X UKU.,
Jcwelers,Main St.. bt. 6th Jc 7th, Lonisville.Ky.
New Goods! New Goods!
Just received, a large and complete stock of I
Fall and Winter goods, consisting ot
FOGLE fc rfTTEEA'EY,
A 1 TOR XE YS: AT' LA TT,
Will practice their ntofession ra (Thlo ami
adjoining counties and ir tho Court of Anpcals',
umce on Market street, near courthouse.
JOJIX P. B.VKRETT,
A TT O R XE Y A T LA TT." '
and Real Estate Agent,
Prompt attention civen to the rolleetion of
claims. Will buy, sell, lease, or rent landi or
mineral privileges on reasonable terms. Will
write d.eeds. mortgages, leases, Ac., and at
tend Is listing and paying: taxes on lands be
onging to non-reriJents.
JOIIX C. TOU.VSEAD.
(Formerly Connly Judge,)
A TT 0 R XE Y AT LA HI
Will practice in all the courts of Ohi ennntv
and the circuit courts of the 3th judicul dis-
tnct. l3 iness solicited and prompt attention
E. D. WiLKIB,
e. c. nciaaiD.
l.r,;.wr o linn.lv l.nncn r-,n n,l WlU CCt VOUr QinMr Ot 11. t. WWIS,
rvv,-1 s a a s ajtumv avuo.f nut iwo .
jumped on the door, striking .Mr. Wise " would give a sick man an appetite " Frt - J " wux uyuiio.uijUi riit-r Jjyuio
just above the eve and almost knock- to go into Ins dining-room. Every u,u uu.r.
- - .
i.:m cncni.Uo Ti,o.- n. cat-nml tlnnc is m nertect order, and evcrv i'u&ojau
SHOES, HATS, SHAWLS,
BLANKETS, NOTIONS &c.
W. II. Barnes of Beaver Dam,
A complete stock of
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men confined in the "dunrreon." and edible and luxury the country affords
she is mad because the jailer will not 13 iund upon Ins tables, served up in was in town yesterday, a guest oi ur.
admit her to the same room. She is a the very best style. Mrs. Wells R. W. Brandon. JJuttothcdissatisfac-
. . . . . . :.. r 4i. :t.i i...i.ii
very bad character, and ought to be one of the most agreeable and pleasant lIUU ul tul- u"n""-a"11- And everything kept in a first-class dry goods
excluded from any vicinity.
.VALUER tfc HUBBARD,
A 1 TORXE YS AT LAV,
SID nCAt BSTATE AGISTS,
landladies wo ever met, and the great Peasurc of the returci1 homc lilst
IVIiatWc think ol" the Crop!,
Wc went to the country Sunday,
and were surprised to see the nice to
bacco that was cut and iu the barns.
We talked with several farmer3, and
it was the general opinion that corn
and tobacco both would be much bet
ter than was thought for some time
success ot this house is m a great
measure attributable to her management
Don't eat a cold meal and give your
self the chills, or starve and have the
headache, but stop there and get a
dinner equal to Gait House fare, for it
only costs half price, (fifty cents).
GIVE US A CALL-
ANOTHER HORSE RACE.
t iv"'vv i..ikvui.j i I a( lift i I
the race at Big Springs, Ky, between II u " uuu, lu uu' yuuuo.
the Fitzliugh marc and a Hardin coun-
"Hello Barrett! whore did you get
ty horse was won by forty feet by the
former; purse being $G00.
HARTFORD RETAIL MARKETS.
L. ROSENBERG & BRO.
N. B. Highest uiarKet price paid for coun
.VJI. K. GREGORY.
ATT OR XE Y AT LAW.
Prompt attention civen to the collection of
claims. Office in 'he courthouse.
This cold weather is bad on lovers.
They can't sit on the bank of the river
and imagine their blood is comming
ling within the same mosquito, cause
there ain't no "skcters."
We liave erased from our subscrip
tion list the names of all subscribers
whose time lias expired. Wc hope
they will all renew.
We will send The Herald from now
until the 1st of January next to any
address for 50 cenU.
Address, enclosing the money, with Wc learn from Sheriff Thomas J,
name, poU-office address, county and I Smith, that there never was as much
State, legibly written. I sickness in the Barnctt's Creek vicinity
Jso. P. Bareett & Co., rcBLisiiERs, as there is nt the present time. He
Hartford, Ky. I gayS there is scarcely a family in that
Rev. Mr. Gardner preached at the vici'lt3' that is not sick in some may.
courthouse Sunday. AVe are in rcceint of a comnlimoni.
m m I X
Mr. William Grave l-illrxl a finn ary cket to atttend the Christian
gobbler the other cveninrr. county lair, to be held at Hopkins
... vine, commencing Uetober bt i anil
Thepc arc "starry nights to ramble" Winir four davs. If nossible wo will
t 1 . II .
oacK. Accoraing to an re poris, wc .,,nl or,inn,i;,i ne iti,0 i, l,-
believe that corn will sell for two dol- L;cc th fit what man;ficcnt '
lars ncr barrel this fall and winter, and ' U s,n -,.!, ,..:. . i,n,i corrected lVecuiy by Wiii.H.wiiiiam.
. f. .1.. . 1 1 . l IT ,r,Trnt, ITv Rov.t 0 1 STii
i iiib nit iiirv ri':i 1 1 z.i ' i irfiiii i in ifiii:ii'i'f l i ii r.i a i ...i i l i iiAiurunw, - '
w oa uiiaiut yusiuriiuy, wiiuii wu rtucuuu . t, ji i,..,!. c i sr.o 1 7
it 1 r .t .1 I m ADIJlcS. uicu, 13 Kuan. wvvv
wvr v.v v.vrv..cv.o v norac irom a enort trip to the iuetropo- Apples, green, v push.... outvr)
mruicrs lor tnc vcar. una thus the ku Af GnfA ,..t,n i,n,i uAn Bacon. (nules) ri ID. u
K l e i.: :n i I ... ' . " (liatna) r3 H lapi 10
...u..., ... u. n. w. ... tilkc m thc jis.uio,,, &c, Bean8 ,,,-. 1 2o 1 50
piuiiw ... iiiuii rwwis, mm uiLi. uui- Wel .c wiu anBWer vou an o oucc. Broome, ri ioz. 3
ter times will surely come. (i,mi, .i, i a r si. ti.. .... Butter, ti lh lo
r lb ss
uurlnena Jillis sings a new comic Meeting of the Ol.io Comity Comi-
ong tor tne bcnelit ot ladies onlv. cu
T , -r.,r : : - . . le next regular meeting of the
uui jonn xiorjinson is advertised OMo Count j, R ofIL ,viI1
for Owensboro, Friday, October 1st.
be held at thc courthouse in Hartford,
If a pretty girl with a "pin-lack" on Friday, October 1st, 187o.
on won't catch a fellow what will ' R. P. HocKi:it, Scc'v.
lie ..nsjiistnueiiititlic Stuir. f. mrnnr , Mnrtn, Corfte.rJtti
One cveninre Lost wook a vnnnrr (rout. I t . ?n m .i , '. Olicese, 13 tb
j o.o iouisvinc. inis is one oi tnc larjresi r,-i,- ritti
me country caneti at the tints ...,,,,.,, ,.,,: ,,-, ;,, tVt Coal oil. t nalnon.
store tor mo purpose ot puremtsmg Thoy alu,iy3 kccp on miui a Iargc TO
sortmcnt of genfs furnishing good:
and their prices, cutting, and fitting
are not beaten by any firm anywhere.
They are honest, fair dealing men
some perfumery. He said ho wanted
"Oil of Roses," and thc quantity de
sired was a quart.
"You must be mistaken in the ar
ticle," said the clerk.
"That's just what I want," said lie,
"and if you haven't got it say so."
"We have the article," said thc as
tonished clerk, "but not that quantity,"
and then asked him if ho knew what
it would cost him.
"No, I don't;" he said, "but have
got a dollar to invest."
The clerk informed him that it
Chickens, 1 iloz
Eggs, 3 doz
Flour, r) barrel
Hominy, f! lb
it; I ,...1... 1 11.
fill . "lii" iliucs, lirccn, aum-ii, ; n
... nu muwuKiuuii, urn, Hides, dried Hint, ri
an enort to bestow praise where it is Lard, ri in
ii.stlv .Inn W'n ..o v,,,Br.i.n;.,Ml lard on gallon.
recommend our friends to trade there.
OUIt C'.tXEYVir,I.K LCTTKR.
Casevville, Kv., Sept. 27.
CHILLS AND I'LVEII.
Editor IIup.ai.ik Since our
Lime, "0 barrel
Meal, unbolted, bushel
Mackerel, f) kit
Mackerel, 'fi barrel
Nails, kc!, 10d
Oysters, "r can
Unions, rl parrel
Potatoes, Irish, jS bushel.
I ti i i 'i i i -i
.A..1.1 .1 .n...nl.:. OOOA ...1 I Inttiir cipL-nnza tins Imnn imtrmn. lfj i-. I ... !. '
he suddcnlv exclaimed: pearancc in our households, but wo are Salt,' ri barre
K I c v - H .
"W-e-1-1 I I must be mistaken in bappy to note that it is not of a more ? ;;-
I . .
thcstufl; vou mav make mo a bottle serious nature than chills and fever,
of bar ile flavored with cinnamau which xUit us every fall
Thc clerk prepared tho latter, and
Sn;iir.onihed i)Ow'd,'r f
Soap, V lb
Starch. V lb
Soda, V lh...
The protracted meeting of which wc Tallow, "ri lb
he started for home as happy ai a spoke of as commencing at the writing rj.a, Vli ."
of our last letter still continue, but we Tobacco, niantifuc'd, "r1- lb
n,1i.r .,t; l.,.
6 00i 7 00
2 00 2 50
75(i?. 1 00
1 50(3. - 00
8 5')10 00
4 25 5 50
1 50 1
WM. CRAVES, WM. T. COX.
We respectfully announce to tho citizens of
IllartrorJ ami Ohio county, that we are pre
pared to do Huusa Carpentorinz. Furniture Re
pairing, and any Hind or ooJ-work, on short
notice at reasonable terms. Shop in Mauzy'a
i . .
nol4 6m ORAVK3 A- COX.
1.. J. LYO.V.
Groceries and Omfectloiicriej.
Keeps constantly on hand a large aortmont
of all kinds of Groceries nnl Confeetioneries, I
which ho trill sell low for cash, or exchange
for all kinds of
I will also pay the highest cash price for
i bides, sheep pel s,eggs, butter, bacon, potatoes
J. F. COLLINS.
D CALX a I.t
.Security ami Indemnity.
CAPITAL, S10,000,QOO GOLD.
Cash Asskts, ovkr $12,000,000 fiom".
Cash Assets is U. S., S1,S37,0S1 Gold.
Losses paid nithout discount, refer to 12th
ditiou of Company's policy.
GROCERIES, COFECTIONERIES, , .
Tins Hijheil Marled Trice.
Ramcmber th place, est side public snuar
opposite tho court house, Hartford, Ky.
Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN,
Drujs, Medicines and Chemical ,
Fino Toilet r?oaps, Fancy Hair and Tooth-
Brush cs, fcrfumery ana fancy lonei .
Articles, Trusses and Shoulder
Ture Wines and Liquors for medical purposes.
Taint, Oilt, VarnUliei,Dyt'StvJs,
Letter-paper, Pens, Ink, EnTelopes, Glasa
Putty, Carbon oil, Lamps and Chimneys.
Physicians prescriptions accurately com
pounded, nol ly
ARBEE & CA3TL.EM A X, (Icncral Agents,
ii.initrrrr v mio.. .tzents.
HAK irolID. KY.
B. P. H CKR Y.HAX,
Cuats. P.ints and Vests cut. made aad re'
paired in the beatstyle at Ihe lowest prices.