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All eojtmmnieatitna and citttriftHt inn Jar pub
lication mm( be addrcneed to the Editor
Communication i regard toadeertiinjtand Joh
feorL mutt be addrtmed to the I'ublither
Hon. James Stuart, Judge, of Owensboro.
Hod. Jf. Uaycraft, Attorney, Eliiabcthtown.
A. L. Morton, Clerk, Hartford.
H. R. Marrell, Master Commissioner, Hartford.
T. J. Smith, Sheriff; HartforJ.
E. L. Wile, Jailer, HartforJ.
Court begins cu the second Mondays in May
an J November, and continue! four wc:ks each
Hon. W. F. Gregory, Judge, Hartford.
Capt. Sam. K. Cox, Clerk, HartforJ.
J. P. SauJerfer, Attorney, HartforJ.
Court begins oa the first Monday In every
Begins on the 3rd Mondays in Januiry, April,
July and October.
COURT OF CLAIMS.
Begins on tho first Jloadjjs in October and
OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS.
J. J. Leteh, Assessor, Cromwell.
O. Smith Fitihugh, Surreyor. Sulphur Springs.
Tbos. II. Boswcll, Coroner, Sulphur Springs.
IT. L. Itowe, School Cotninitsioner, Hartford.
Caney District, No. I P. H.AIford, Justice,
held March 5, June 17, September 4, December
IS. E. F. Tilfor J, Justice, held March 18, June
4, September IS, December 4.
Cool Springs District, No. 2. A. X. Brown,
Justice, hell March 2, June IS, September 2,
December 14. D. J. Wilcox, Justice, beU
March IS, June 2, September 16, December 2.
Ccntcrvillo District, No. 3. IV. P. Render,
Juiti.-c, held March 31, June 14, September 30,
December IS. T. S. Binnctt, Justice, held
March 16, June 23, September 1, December,
Bell'a Stare District, No. 4. Benj. Newton,
Jui'.ic, March 11, June 23, September It, De
cember 27. S. Woodward, Justice, March 21,
Jane 10, S'pte-uber 25, December 11.
Forlirillo Diitriet, No. 5. 0. W. R. Cobb
J uitie:, March 8, June 19, September S, Decern.
Usr 22. J. L. Burton, Justice, March 2 I, June
7, September 22, Dcc.-mber 8.
Ellis District, No. 6.?. S. McElroy, March
9, Juno 21, September 'J, Dccinbcr 23. Jas.
Miller, Justice, March 22, June S, September
23, December 9.
Hartford District, No. 7. Jno. P. Cooper,
Justice, March 13, June 2S, September 11, De
eenibcr 29. A. B. Bennett, Justice, March 2S,
June II, September 27, December 13.
Cromwell District, No. ft. Samuel Austin
Jus tic;, March 27, Jane 16, September 29, De
cember 17. SI Ivin Taylor, Justice, March 17,
June 30, September 17, December 31.
Hartford District, No. 9. Thomas L. Allen,
Justice, March 12, June 21, September 13, De-c-mbcr
28. Jno. M. Leach, Justice, March 2C,
June 12, September 2, D.-ceuibor 11.
Sulphur Sp-ing District, No. 10. U. G.
Wedding, Justice, March 19, Juno S, September
21, December 7. Jno. A. Bennett, Justice,
March C, June IS, September?, December 21.
Bartlett District, No. II. W. H. Cutuinin,
Ja'tice, 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
day! in January, April, July and October.
Bearer Dam. E. W. Cooper, Judge, firtt
Eaturday in January, April, July an I October.
Cromwell. A. P. Montague, Judge, first
Tuesday in January, April, July and October.
Ccralri. W. D. BarnarJ, Judge, last Sat
urday in March, June, September an J Decern -Ler.
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 13, 1873.
W. K. nOXNEIt, Local Editok.
All persons indebted to this office, will
please call and par up, as we areiii urgent
need of 60me money. W'c cannot run a
newspaper without money, and hence wc
are under the necessity of collecting as
fast as amounts fall due.
Wc have erased from our subscrip
tion list the names of all subscribers
whose time has expired. Wc hope
they will all renew.
Wc will send Tiie'Hekai.d from now
until the 1st of January next to any
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Address, enclosing the money, with
name, pojt-office address, county and
State, legibly written.
J0. P. BAIXETrA Co, Pcni.lSHEKS,
A Nplentlid Investment.
We will send the Farmers' Home
. Journal, price S2 00 per year, and Tm:
IlAirrronii Hi:k.vli, price S2 00 per
year, to the same address for the small
turn of 3 00 per year. Send on the
money and get both papers.
Fair commenced vcstcrdav.
Dances arc now in order.
Chill-' and fevers still hold their own.
A heavy frost fell Monday night.
rill-back? wercnumcrous ycstcnlav.
Some of our citizens arc investing
largely in 1'inelibacK jcweiry.
People arc pouring in to attend the
Everything has had an unusually
live apiKinrancc For the last few days.
Fair week come and bring your
The Calhoon fair commences next
The frost of Monday night, it is to
be hoped, will freeze out the malaria.
A wise thing was the decision of the
court last week, to build a new Jail.
We are indebted to the Ohio County
A. and M. Association for compli
Hon. Jefferson Davis delivered an ad
dress at the Christian County fair last
Miss Jennie G rider, of Bowling
Green, Ivy., is visiting her sister Mrs.
John Chapeze, of this city.
While you are visiting the fair, it
would lie a good time to call at this of
fice and leave your name for a copy of
Correspondents ought to write on
one side of the paper only and write
plain. It docs not make any differ
ence whether they use pen and ink or
Hon. II. D. McIIcnry and lady,
and thuir niece, Miss Jennie Eskridge,
returned from the Louisville Exposi
Mr. M. B. Tiiford, Local Editor of
the Grayson County Herall, is in at
tendance at our fair this week.
F. W. Griffin, formerly of this
county but now of Elizabethtown, took
the premium on beets at the fair yes
terday. He had one beet twenty
Dr. George E. Stowers, one of the
bat dentists of Southern Kentucky,
is in town, stopping at the Hartford
House. He is prepared to do any
kind of dental work, and those tla-ir-ing
his services tdiould call on him
without delay, as he will remain only
a short time.
Mr. A. L. Morton has a field of scv
end acres of corn near town that yield
ed eighty-two bushels to the acre this
season. Considering the six weeks of
incessant rain in July and August, who
can beat it?
We this week add another corres
pondent to our list. He writes about
Kentucky and the ways and style of
of her people very graphically.
We have now also a regular Louis
ville corrc-iondent, who spices up the
news from our metropolis very nicely.
It is our intention to keep adding to
the list until we have a good corres
pondent from every point of interest
in this section of the country.
Since the suspension of the daily.thc
I'aductili Wcdlj ll'ndd came to us last
Friday. It is one among our best ex
changes, and contains a vast amount of
home and foreign news, which is relia
ble and gotten up in aiwattractivc style.
The Herald deserves a liberal support
from the business men of Paducah.
air. J. r. lager, wlnlc out (Invinir
i span of his spirited hor.-es last Frl
day evening, desiring to have them in
trim tor the tatr, collided with a wagon
on the corner of Market and Union
stiects, breaking the tongue and other
wise iniurin his omnibus.
The October number of the Home
and School, published by John P. Mor
ton & Co., Louisville, has reached us,
it is as usual tilled witli the very
choicest kind of reading. Price, liiets
a copy or 1 50 a year.
A young lady lost her slipper at the
Glasgow fair one day last week by
liointr mitmniiAil in ?i fi-oilr Klin .iaL'h.1
the voting gent who handed it to her if
i. " .,n- .... .i
11U LOUIUI1 L Ut (111 U IHCIL) SIOIJ UJ1 U1C
little episode. He remarked that if be
diJ, it should be styled the "Lost Slip
per, or a pretty leg-end of the fair."
He spent the balance of the fair in
getting sand out of his eves.
We invite your attention to the new
advertisement of John P. Tracy it
Son. They have employed us to blow
for them, and we arc good hands at
the lniMiios, and they have found out
that our b'owing pays them well. The
cut is an exact representation of our-
self, except that it makes us appear too
corpulent. The only objection we have
to the advertisement being in the pa
per is that we arc an unmarried man,
and as we present such a handsome
appearance in the cut, wc fear that the
heart of many fair ones will lluttcr
and go pit-a-pat when they ce it, and
keep annoying us with love sonnets and
little bi'kl ifof-c.
Mrs. L. J. Lyon, who has Iccn ab
sent for several months, returned home
Jack Foreman, who re.-idis in the
upper part of town, brought to this of
fice last Thursday, a curio.-ity in the
way.of an ear of corn. Five separate
and distinct cars, all growing in the
same shuck. Jack isn't a Granger,
but if he was, what would have been
Our efficient Sheriff, Thos. J. Smith,
will have an office open at the Fair
Grounds this week, where he will be
pleased to have those who owe taxes
to call and settle. The 1st of October
is past, and he has not collected
enough to pay the county debts. He
will be compelled to levy on the prop
erty of all those who do not pay at
Sew Iturber Shop.
Charley Anderson, a professional
barber of Owcnsboro, is now carrying
on a shop one door above the "Crow
House," where he will remain during
the fair. He has the assistance of two
ood barbers, and those who want a
nice, clean shave, or a genteel hair
cut should give him a call.
Colonel I. K. Xall.
Col. I. B. Nail, I$uiucss Manager
of the Fanners' Homj Journal, pub
lished in the city of Louisville, arrived
in this city Monday evening, and paid
his respects to this office. Col. Nail
is a gentleman of high culture, and a
sociable, whole-souled fellow, and his
indomitable energy will make the
Journal a success. Call again, Colonel.
Mr. W. II. M6orc, of Hartford,
raised a stalk of corn this year in a
garden lot rented from the editpr of
this paper, which was fourteen feet
high, and had two large cars of corn
on it, one of them fifteen inches long,
and had twenty rows of grains, the
other was eleven inches long, and had
eighteen rows of grain-!. The lowest
ear was over eight feet from the
.llnsic at tho Fair.
The Elizabethtown brass band, under
the leadership of Prof. Bowden, of
Jeffersonville, Intl., is fumi-diing mu
sic for our fair. This is one of the
leading bands of Kentucky, and
Elizabethtown should be proud of her
musical talent. Each and every mem
ber seems to bo a perfect gentleman,
and bv their excellent music, they
have been employed by other associa
tions this season, and have appropria
ted their proccod to buying new in
strument's, and they now sport the
nicest set of burin we k'low of, which
they use with corre.'tnei? and great
skill. Thanks, "zntleai:!!, for your
sweet music yesterday morning.
The Fr.uir-fort Veo.nni produces a
forked stalk of pop corn as a remarka
ble freak of nature, unheard of hereto
foreauiong the cliffs of Franklin count-.
Such phenomena as forked stalks,
double and triple cars of corn, mam
moth pumpkins and colossal quadra,
peds are becoming quite common in
this latitude. It was only a few weeks
since we noticed tho production of a
forked stalk of corn of the large yellow-
variety none of your iliminutivegrass-
es of the pop-corn kind. e arc
grieved that the Itvmau should 1ms so
far behind in its collection of vegetablo
A Good 1,'iidor.staiulliipr.
There is a negro hoy, aged 10 years,
living in this immediate vicinity, with
the nio-it enormous feet you ever heard
of. Not long since, one of our leading
merchants went to the citv of Louis
ville to buy a bill of gods, and to pro
cure a pair of shoes for this boy, but
failed to find a pair within two numbers
ot tho right size, ho a lew days ago
the boy went (0 the woods and felled a
tree for the purpose of making himself
a last suitable for the size of his foot
Mr. C. F. Schapmier, a shoemaker of
this place, has now made him theshocs,
and they would do your soul good to
see them; they measure 17 inches in
hen he gets them "broke so as t
manage them, they will le shipped to
Pittsburgh, where they will be convert
ed into coal barges.
Ed. Sileox, the boy who stole
horse from Marion Wilson, an account
of which appeared in our last issue,
wtis brought here on ia-t Wednesday
evening by constable Polk Gilmore,
and returned before C. W. It. Cobu
and Jas. L. Burton (two Justices of
the county) for examining trial. He
was placed in jail Wednesday night for
safe keeping ami was brought out
Thurrday and tried and held over to
answer at Circuit Court. He was ad
mitted to bail in the sum of throe hun
dred dollars, and failing to give the re
quired security. He was remanded to
AVe received a nice lunch la-t night
from the landlady of the Crow llou-e,
for which wc return thanks.
Ulster. KI112 WMIam, Talmas, .
And every style of over co-it, in Fur,
Beaver, CIiinchilIa,Es(piimaux, Melton
and other desirable goods, sold cheap
at the great clothing hotii-c of J.
Winter & Co., Louisville.
Let earthquakes como and thun lers roll,
And shake the earth from polo l pule;
Lft floods and tempests ri'e and fall.
And still wo'll trade with Klias Sm.ill.
Let Elephants, Whales nnd Lyons bawl,
The Eagle roars and heats thrm all,
Jut so with Elias. ho's ahead of them all,
(o do your dealing with Elias Small.
Husbands, go and takoyuur wires.
(For they're the comfort of your lire,)
To select you a suit, for win'er or fill,
From the elegant store of Elias Small.
(!o see tho goads, piled heap on heap,
That is tho placo whero goods are cheap;
1-0 one and all the truth to test,
AnJ buy goods that are oh'sp and best.
The cry is "Still they cornel" up an J down
They rush from all parts uf the country, town.
To get the goods thai suits them all
At tho "Trail lVUce" of Elias Small
He has clothing, of erery kind and style,
And dry goods heaped up, pile on pile,
And every thing nice that you'll need this fall
Aruold allow prices by Elias Small.
Oh, there's many a faded baeholor,
Not younger than two score or more,
Will pass for eighteen, if dresed this fall
With a suit that is purchased of Ellas Small.
Thore's mn.iy a lovely maiden too
Looks twrctcr than you thuught she could do.
Because she bought her goods this fall
From that Wideawako merchant Elias Small
Value of, tho taxable property, as returned
by the Assessor of Ohio county for the year
'1 own Lots 178,2ti2
Horses mid Maris. 2S,S'J1
Mulos C7 410
Jcnuetts .. ,32i
Stores 51, 55 J
Under the Equalisation Law... 475,185
Carriages, Ao..... 11,21)5
Watches, Clocks, Pianos, io... 16,055
Supervisors List 5V,4U
Number of Tithes 3,518
Number of Voters 3,536
Revenue to he collected far gen
eral i-ouuty purposes, 10 cants
n vach SlUu of above sum, $3,2nn,S
fJuucach Tithe 7,03a.U0
Courthtuse fund, 15 :ents on
ejcli &IU0 uf above sum
50 ceuts on each Tilhs ....
State revenue, 45 cents on each
1U0 ofabiveaum.. $14,401,32
Which amoums added, make
revenue to be colluded by the
ri'ucrimhis year $31,201,72
Hie value of cattle is not of the whole num
ber iu the county, as cash tax-payer is entitled
to fifty dollars worth exempt from taxation.
Therefore taeuuiouut reported is only the ag
grrgatu ul those who had over fifiy dul.ars
As it is necessary for the ends of
justice and the safety of the communi
ty at large that we should have a new
jaii, instead of the present dilapidated
and insecure disgrace to the count',
and as it is probable the proposition of
Mr. Bennett, the contractor who has
just finished the jail at Calhoon, will
bo favorably considered, wc append
the following paragraphs clipped from
an article iu the McLean County
McLean county can now boast of
having as good a Courthouse and Jail
us any of her neighboring sister couii'
tics, and at a cost far below most of
them. The original cost of thoc
buildings were about S30.000 while
those of Union county for iustancc,ure
aid to have cost $123,000, over four
times as much.
The new jail ordered built by the
McLean County Court last Spring, the
construction ot which was let to Mr.
Ivlgar IJennctt, ot lirecktiirulgc coun
ty, has been completed for some time
past ami on Monday last was accepted
y said Court. Mr. Bennett, the
builder, has fullilled his contract in the
very spirit and letter of its meaning,
iiid all who have seen the jail unite i:i
saying that it is at once one ot tne
most conveniently arranged and secure
structures of the kind thev have ever
The lock anil dam across Iiougl
Creek, between here and the mouth of
the creek, has been abandoned for
some time, and amounts now to an al
most entire obstruction to navigation.
Last winter a drift formed there that
took a hundred men about two weeks
to tear out. If that dam is not torn
out now, while the creek is low, a
drift will form there as soon as the
water rises, and it will cost more to
cut it out and keep it open, than all
the saw-logs, hoop-noles, staves and
lumber to be run out this winter will
be worth, and next summer it will lc
so sickly around, that it will be almost
impossible to live within five miles of
it. Now we suggest that a day be sat
and every man iu the whole country
donate one day's labor towards tearing
it out. It can be done iu one dav if
the men will go early and work when
they get there. We suggest Monday,
the 25th day of October, I S?.7), us the
day, and nominate J. L. Collins as the
man to head the undertaking. Wcwill
be there, or send a hand. We hope to
hear a favorable response to this call
I. Winter V 'o.. Louisville,
Unsold reliable linn lias tuts season
a larger and better assortment iu their
"Merchant Tailor" department ihan
we have seen elsewhere. If you want
a hauds'jine suit at a reasonable price,
give them vour ordor.
First Day's Premiums.
The following is a list of the prcni-
mil imaruuu ny uiu vjiiiu uimmj
. i i .1... .:.. f ...I
White linsey, Mrs. Callie Gordon,
White flannel, Mrs. Thos. H. Tan
ner, McLean county, premium.
llag carpet, Mrs. Sallic Phipp,
Half hose, Miss Fannie Cato, prem
Cotton counterpane, Mrs. E. L.
Woolen coverlet Mrs Xancy P
Cannon, premium, Mrs Sarah Allen,
Worsted patchwork quilt, Miss
Leona short, of McLean county, prem
ium. Cotton patchwork quilt, Mrs E L
Barclay, premium, Mrs Eliza Duke,
Silk embroidery, Mrs Mary M
Phclon, of Terns Haute, Ind., prem
ium, Mrs Lue E Barrett, certificate.
Worsted embroidery, Miss Eliza
Berry, of Daviess county, premium,
Miss Muggie Jcwell.of Daviess county,
Thread embroidery, Mrs. M. A.
Poston, of Hardin county, premium,
and Mrs Mattic Barrett certificate.
Crochet work, Miss Eliza Berry of
Daviess count-, premium.
Worked slippers, Miss Eliza Berry,
of Daviess county, premium.
Wool mat, Miss Eliza Berry of
Daviess county, premium, Mrs Mat
tic Barrett certificate.
Wheat, S L Baird, premium, L
M. Stateler, certificate.
Bread Corn, WA Gordon & Bro.,
premium, V P Adding o l, certificate.
Stock Corn, John K Oglesby, prem
ium, Thos L Allen, certificate.
Pumpkins, John K Oglesby, prem
ium, Thos L Allen, certificate.
Stemming or Shipping Tobacco,
John I Foster, premium, W. J Fos
Manufacturing tobacco, W A Gor
don, premium, Win Foster, certificate.
Irish potatoes, Mrs Sarah Allen,
premium, S L Baird, certificate.
Sweet potatoes, Robert Rowc prem
Tomatoes, Mrs Oma Hill, premium.
Onions, Mrs Oma Hill, premium.
Beets, F W Griflin, of Hardin
utility, premium, Mrs Oma Hill, cer
Parsnips, Mrs Francis Sullcngcr,
Winter apples, Walker M Stevens,
premium, Thomas L Allen, certificate,
Apples, best peck, L M Stateler,
premium, T L Allen, certificate.
Apples, six largest, T L Allen, prem
ium, L M Stateler, certificate.
Blackberry wine, Mrs Mollic
Thomas, premium, Mrs E L Barclay,
Cider vinegar, Mrs David J Whit
tinghill, premium, Thomas L Allen,
Flowers, best display, Mrs D.irccs
Butter Mrs Eliza Moore, premium,
Airs Amanda Walker, certilicate.
Preserves, Mrs Amanda Walker,
Jellies, Mrs B M Lewis, premium,
Mrs Sallie Phipps, certificate.
Preserves iu can, Mrs Amanda
Pickles, green, Mrs Sallic Thipps,
premium, Miss Prudie Baird, certifi
Pound cake, Miss Prudie Baird,
premium, Mrs Sarah Allen, certificate
Sponge cake, Miss Prudie Baird,
Fruit cakc.Miss Prudie Eaird,prcm
itun. Silver cake, Mrs Mollic Thomas,
premium.Miss Prudie B.iird.certificate.
Golden cake, Miss Prudie Baird,
Light wheat bread, Mrs S F Hard
Cooked bacon ham, Mrs F Barnett,
Best specimen of carpenters work,
L II Becker, premium.
Pair turkeys, Mrs Ella "Walker,
Pair Chickens, G Y Ezell, prcm
m. Be-t Model Stallion, Marc or Geld-
in", any age, J L Kit-oil, of Warren
county, premium, Vega Morton, cer
Best Saddle Stallion, Mare or Geld.
mi. niiv nn aimci; -luiiil.iii. iji
11. 11 T .,1
Timlin rMUlltv. liremilim. J. L. KlC-
1 1 i .... . t -
II ni'.,, ...imii- m-;fir-itr
oil, of A arren count) , ceitincatc.
Best liuler, gentleman, J Jj INICOII,
of Warren county, premium, J G
Gregory, of Shelby county, certificate.
The attendance w:w slim yesterday.
The weather was clear and bright,
but tpiite cool until late in the day. A
go id Chance of stock has already ar
rived, anil more on the way. The re
mainder of the fair promises to be live
Dissolved, August fith, 1875, the
law firm of Moriran it Wedding, H irt
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
Kxat'l fiizvol Our $15 Wntclics Cent's Silver Hunting Key winding Letrr
Mr. Jo. B. Bennett, living three
miles north-west of Hartford, brought
us a fine specimen of corn this week.
An acre of ground that has been in cul
tivation since adate beforeMr. Bennett
can remember, and he is now sixty-nine
years old, has yielded one hundred
bushels this year. The corn was plant
ed in April, and was covered a Ifitletoo
leep, and did not conic up well. In
May the rows were furrowed and the
land again planted iu corn. During
the summer a considerable amount of
the com was destroyed by a storm; but,
notwithstanding all these disadvanta
ges, the yield is fully one hundred
Mr. Louis Guenthcr desires to in
form the public that he has a fine as
sortment of cakes, bread, and every
thing in the bakery line, for sale at
the store of J. T. Moore,IIartfonl, Ky.
Cakes for weddings, parties, &c,
furnished on short notice, at reason
Transfers of Ileal Ustate;
The following transient of real estate
have been lodged for record since our last
Su9Ann!i Metcnlf to J. B. Cannon,
I M6 acres nl Sulphur Springs, $45.00.
John T. Smith to James A. Baughn,
99 72 100 acres on Adam's Fork, $300,00.
Mrs. Martha Grillin to Trustees of
Hartford, deed to streets and alleys.
The following is a list of the marriage
licenses iiaued since our Inst report:
Wm. P. Crowder to Mies Elleu BraJ-
Sam. Keown and Mrs. Sarah A. E.
Eli SoutIierI.ini and Misa Arra-U,
W. II. Mnrlow and Miss Mary F.
John O. Trumau and Miss Sarah A
Sci.ritua Si'Rixos. Kv, Oct 5.
DEATH OF A t'MESD.
God. in IIU infinite wisdom, has seen
fit to remove from our miil-l one of our
nearest and denreat friends. Mrs. Mary
E. Wrisl.t. wife of Miles Wricht. She
died at her residence, two nnd one-liall
miles South East from the Sulphur
Springs, on last rriday, Oct. Ut. Iau.
leavinc her htioband and five children
She was an nHectiomilc companion and a
kind and loving mother. She had lived
to the age ol furly-one yeara am! twenty
sever. days wlien the cold hand ofdeath
carried her from numerous relatheaaud
She has been a devout member of the
M. E. Church, South, for about twenty-
five years. Her remains were lnlcrretl u;
the cemetery near the Sulphur .prins
on Saturday, Oct. 2d. Many Ineuds and
relativvH, .iith aching hearts, palhered
around her and hade her a lart farewell
Though we mourn her loss here below,
wer-jice to know that wc can meet her
again where ileatli never enters aim pleas
ure never dies. D.
I ir. ,t.. ...I l!L. i.. l,Lb n.tr- ..wn Irntnnft A
- i i . . . ,t : . r. . . ...
i ne uave eupagcu ir I'noiri iu ii
! Tho Harness is strikinelr. if not entirely aceu-
1 rate. It will lie notu-eil thai uo is liukhi
, h , ,u much fo lhat 10 I,bo!?r.l.,i,er
t lierame ularmea lor uis pcrnai aai.ij, irr-
i : .I... al.- ...t.l., l.,.n.f n.utiifer mill
demolish iverything wiihin ranje, hut the
lil.lt 111V li.liurr uiij.ui um..-
... .. . ... 1 ... .1...
printer as'ure l hun that no couu 1101 uiow r.r
fraey Jt Son's work ton hard. They could
slanil a jrrcal deal of wind, and in that he w.i
riiht. If our work will not hear examination
we would not want it talked about
WM. CKAVKS, WM. T. COX.
LTXe rer.cctfullv announce to the citizens
'ir--M t 1 1 fil.1.. A,..tv tli-,1 .n if. urn
i.nr.,1 lodo lli.iu O-imenteiin . Furniture lie
naniui i Aim wui" mum. . . - i-
piirin, and any kind of Wood-wink, on slu.r'
nonce at reaiunuuie icrius. eiwi w
uollfia OKAVUi A COX
v.'ateoes $15. Ucnl silver llnntios sirein-winij-ing
Lever-wasehes, $2a. Ladies' tJuld Hunting
Key-wirding Lever Watches, $50. Ladies'
IoId Hunting Stein-winding Lever Watehrs,
$70. Cents' Quid Hunting Sttm-winiling
Lever Watcher, S65. Wrntj' Oold Huntkg
Stem-winding Lever Watches $70,
Either of the above AVatrhc sunt by mail at
onr risk on receipt of price and fifty cents for
postap, or by express, with bill to collect price,
on delivery of watch, suhj.et to examination
and apprntal, if desired, before paying, AH
our watches are warrented either sHd gold or
solid "liver, ant sent safely by post-office mon
ey order, registered letter or by -presa. Wit
hare also a very fine assortment of artlid gold
and silver chains, which we are offering at
equally low prieea. Wvask espceial attention
to our fifteen dollar silver watches, believing
thim supcri r to any watch at like price eier
Stld in this country.
If you want a Good Watch at a Low
I'riec send for our new illustrated Price List
of (iol.l and Silver Watches which shows aite
and prices of abaut fity dirfereLt styles. W
str.d it freo to any address.
C. P.1MKXKS A HRO- Jewelers
Mad.) Main. St. bt. 6th Jt 7th Louisville, Ky.
iitskv D. sieuesar, aau. . hill.
JIclir.NItY A IIII.I,.
.17TO.Vi:r..C- COVSSELLOKS A.TLA ir
Wilt practice In Ohio and adjoining counties
and in the Court of Appe.I uf Kentueky.
F. I. JIOKG.VX.
A T TOJIXE Y AT LAW,
(Ofiicowestof courthouse over Hardwick Jc
Will practice in inferior and superior courts
of this commonwealth
Special attention given to cases in bank
1.1'. Morgan is also examiner, and wit
take depositions correctly will be ready to
oiigeaa parties at an times.
A TTORXEY AT LAW,
Oilectlons Promptly Attended io
Office on Market street, over ilauiv's tin
jst i. rsnL,
w. X. awrxssr,
FOGI.K & N WEEN BY,
A1T0RXEYS AT LA W,
Will practice their profession in Ohio and
adjoining ccunties and iu the Court of Appeals.
Office ea Market street, near courthouse.
JOIIX !. IJ.UIKETT,
ATTORNEY AT LA W, ,
- and Keal Estate Agent,
Prompt attention Given to the collection of
claims. Will buy, sell, lease, or rent land or
mineral privileges on reasonable terms. Wilt
write deeds, mortgages, leases, Ac, and at
tend Io listing and paying taxes vu lands bel
onging to nun-rcsidenu.
JOHN C. TOlTNJiEND.
(Formerly Courity Judge,)
A TTORNEY AT LA W,
Will practice in all the eonrts of Ohin rnunl j
and th circuit courts of tho 5th judicial dis
trict, liu mess solicited and prompt attention
E. H. T1LKEK,
E. C. nCIDAED.
1VAI.KEK it IXUBIIARD,
1 'J TOR XE YS AT L A Y ,
JXD HEAL ESTATE iCt-ITS,
W3J. i'. i:egoky.
ATTO R XE Y AT LA W,
Prompt attention given to the collection of
claims. OJica in 'he courthouse.
J. l COLLINS.
The Hiijhcd JfarM Price.
Rs member Ihc place, wct side puhlje square
opposite tho court hou.c, Hartford, Ky.
Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN.
Drwj, Moliclna and Chcmicab,
Fine Toilet Snap', Faney Hair and Toolh
Urusli cs, Petruuiery and Fancy Toilet
Articles, Trusses and Shoulder
1'urc Wines and Lhiuors for medical purposes;
i'u.Hfr, Oils, Yitrnisls,l)$c'Slvf3,
Lellcr-paper. Pen. Ink, UT!nnr, Ilia I
Putty, t'aihon oil, 1-nnipj aud Chimneys.
Phv-dtiJiu prtseiil'tinni accurately cum
..ouu ".'ed. nl 1 i