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The Stole election Connecticut
Monday tis pretty much a one-fided affair. Inoeksom., Democrat, was elected Governor over both the Repub lican and Prohibition candidates. "The Democrats also elected three out of the four Congressmen, besides retaining their supremacy in the Legislature. The same day the Democrats swept the municipal platters clean in Cincin nati and Cleveland, Ohio. Gen. Williams recruited another bolt at Bowling-Green Monday. If he doesn't uccccd in turning the Democat ic party deathly sick at the stomach before the May convention, then polit ical ipecac loses its virtue when you call it "Cerro Gordo." The honor of J. Proctor Knott's birth place belongs to Blairsville, Pa. St Louii Zbnu ,Qrect; except for the slight orthgraph ical error that Blairsville, Pa., doesn't happen to spell North-Middletown, Bourbon county, Ky. The "salary grab" stuck iu the pock ets of some Congressmen, and sticks in the craws of a good many honest voters. How would it have been liad the honest voters been in the place of the Congress men? "Win is a thief your only true philos opher? Because he regards everything from an abstract pointof view, is oppos ed to all measures of protection, and is open to conviction. They recently started a female col lege at Salt Lake City. It got along swimmingly until the other day, when the male principal eloped with and mar ried all the students. A Connecticut girl married a Chi naman to spite her mother, but when he threshed her because she wouldn't eat rat-pie, she returned to her mother to spite the Ciiinaman. Dn. Raphael, of Cincinnati, is re spectfully informed that 81,000 a word, in gold, paid in advance, will not secure the insertion of his advertisement-) in this p iper. "Pretty girls are plagues," remarks a wise fool. AVe only wish we were Egypt, "so we could be plagued witli 'em. It Is alxnit a hard to get a young la dy well oat of her twentieth year, as it is to gefa horse out of his "eight years old this spring." "Grammatically speaking, a kiss is n conjunction," saysan exchange. Then give us a pretty girl, and we'll sit up all night making conjunctions. A Chicago paper-says that a young widow of that city, who writes well, is trammg for an editor. Ave pitv the poor devil she is training for. AIG-ST ELECTON'. 1875. Anrtllar I'tibllc Account. Fayette Hewitt, of Hardin county. Is a can didate fur the office of Auditor of Public Ac count! at the August election, 1875. Subject to the action of the Democratic Convention called r,May.6,"i875. RrtxlHtcr f the I.ant Office. C. J. Hinkle, of Shelby countj is a 'candi date for Register c( the Land 015c. Subject to the action f the Democratic" Part-.- EOR SALE. A government land warrant for service? ren dered in the war of 1612, for 160 acrei of land, at a . - REASONABLE PRICE. "Tor farther Information apply to J. M. Rogers, Beaver Data, Ky., or John P. Dairett, Hertford, Ky. Wlf. GRAVES, VI T. COX House Carpenters. We respectfully announce to the citiieni of Hartford and Ohio county, that we are pre pared to do House Carpentering, Furniture Re pairing, and any kind of Wood-work, on short notice at reasonable terms. Shop in Man ty'a old stand. noU 6m GRAVES COX. KTRAY MOTICE. Taken np at a stray by Francis Chinn, liv ing on the road from nartford to Livcrmore about 6Jf miles from Hartford, in Ohio county, on'the 17th inst., one steer calf, about 1 year old, color red with a white spot in the face, white on the left side and belly and right Sank, about six inehes of the lower end of the tail white. Marked with one split in the left ear and two splits in the right ear. Valued by me at $4 00. Also one heifer calf about the same age and same ear marks, celor red, with white in face and white spots on bothiidcs and white belly, and the lower part of the tail white. Valued by me at $1 00. Given nnder my hand this 26th day of February, I875t BEN, NEWTON, J P.O.C. t. J. LYOX. Dealer in Groceries and Confectioneries. HARTFORD, KY. Keeps constantly on hand a Urge assortment of a,ll kinds of Groceries and Confectioneries, which he will sell low for cash, or exchange for aU kinds of COUNTRY PEODUCE. I will also pay the highest cash price for hides, sheep pelts, eggs, butter, bacon, potatoes, beans, etc. Dol ly -L H. JSL FOR SALE OR RENT. Ac agent of Banner 4 Duff, I desire to sell or rent the old "Crow Farm," on Hall's creek, containing two hundred and ten acret. Terms JiWaL JOHN P. BARRETT. THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, IS THK TOWIT OP HARTFORD, 01110 COUXTT, KEXIUCKf, BY JOHN P. BARRETT & CO., AT THE PRICE OF iC57 Two Dollars a Year in Advance, "a Job work of every description done with neatness and dispatch, at city priees. We have a full line of job types, and solicit the patronage of the business community. Rnllroad Time-Table. The down train for Paducah leaves Louis ville, daily except Sunday at 8:30 a. m.and ar rives at Horse Branch at 155 p. in. Rosine at 2:05 " Elm Lick at 2:15 " Beaver Dam at 2:30 " Hamilton's at 2:40 " McIIenry'sat 2:41 " Rockport at 2:58 " Arriving at Padncab at 8:53 " The np train for Louisville leaves Paducah daily except Sunday at 4 a. m. and arrives a Rockport at 8:15 a. m. McHcnry's at 9:58 " Hamilton's at 10:02 " Beavor Dam at 10:10 " Elm Lick at 10:25 " Rosine at 10:35 " Horse Branch at 10.45 " Arriving at Louisville at 4:45 p. m. Hartford t connected with the railroad at Beaver Dam by stage line twice a day. Inese trains connect with Elisabethtown at Cecelian: with Owensboro at Owensboro Junction, and with Eransville, Henderson and jsasnville at aortonvule. D. F. Whitcokb, Superintendent. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1875. JNO. P. BARRETT, Local Editor. Boots and Shoes at reduced prices at L. BOSENDERO t BCO'S. Murriugc Licenses. The following is a list of the marriage licence issued" for the wek ending, March 30. 1S75. Napoleon Bonaparle Smith and Miss Mattie Jones. Henry II. Caswell and Miss Martha L. Alford. If you want fine chewing tobacco, go to L. J. Lyo.n'b. An Ej'cIons Colt. A mare belonging to Mr. Charles H. Stephens, who lives some two or three miles from town, near the Hawesville road, dropped a Carbeau colt one day last week, which is quite a curiosity to the neighborhood. It is perfectly and beau tifully formed, and is a perfect model of equinity in every regard save one. It is eyelcs. It is as frisky a colt as joti would come across in a day's ride, and bid? fair to live os long as any colt in the count v. Col. J. Stoddard Johnston, candidate for Governor, arrived in our town Wed nesday at noon, and remained until next morning. He is one of the bestnnd pur est men in the State, a representative Ken tucky gentleman, and would fill the Chair of State" gracefully and intelligently. He had an oportunity to witness the ma neuvering of our bucket brigade at the fire, and was astonished to see a dry roof in a light blaze extinguished on a windy day without the assistance of patent ex tinguishers o steamers. Importing to flic Litflir. Just received, the latest colors in Jap anese silks and cloths, verv cheap at. E Small's. Almost n Coiiflngrutloii. One end of the roof of the residence of Col. O. P. Johnson was discovered to be in a light blaze, about two o'clock last Wednesday afternoon. The alarm was given, and in half an hour's lima, not withstanding a pretty stiff breeze was blowing and the roof was dry as tinder, the ''bucket brigade" soon conquered the incipient conflagration. Col. Stoddard Johnston, who witnessed the affair, said he never saw a fire better handled, as considering the high wind, and the coni butible nature of the building, he had no idea that it could be saved. For a Cheap and Fashionable Suit of clothes; go to E. Small's. The Champion Ruby. He is nine months old, weighs thirty nine pounds, measures twenty-six inches around the chest, twentyfour and one half inches around the waist, ten inches around the calf of the leg, sixteen inches around the thigh, six and one-fouth inches around the wrist, ten inches around the forehead between the cars, and is twenty eight and one-half inches high. The child's mother is a daughter of D. L. Smith, and a sister of our sheriff, and its name is T. J. Smith Small. In the course of nature things will get a little mixed, and this presents a case of the largestSmall child oa record. Dry goods cheap, at L. Rosenheim & Beo's. Richard P. Ilockcr. While we do not propose to pa63 upon the propriety of the Grangers entering the political field as a distinct political organi zation, and nominating candidates for public offices, we have this to say of Mr. R. P. Hocker, whom they nominated for the Legislature last Friday: He is a young man of pure and spotless charac ter, honest and conscientious in all hie dealings, courteous and gentlemanly in his manners and deportment, and pos sesses a very good education. lie is young, and inexperienced in legislative matters. He has a large fund of general information for one of his age, and is a close student. If elected he will no doubt make at least an average representative. A large and select lot of Ladies' Misses', and children's hats, cheap at L. Rosenberg & Bro's. The County Democratic Coiivcii' tion. Pursuant to a, call of the Executive Committee, the Democracy of Ohio coun ty met in mass conevntion at the court house in Hartford, Monday afternoon, April 5, .1875, and was called to order by Dr. Tyler GriffinChairman of the County Executive Committee, who counseled har mony and good-feeling. He then an nounced that the first business in order was the election of a permanent chair may. Judge Gregory, and Henry Baltzwell, Dsq., were put in nominatiou. The first vote resulted in a tie. Drs. Pendleton and Sam. Berry were appointed tellers, and a" second vote resulted in the election of 'Squire Baltzell, who at once took his chair. On motion, Wallace Gruelle was elec ted Secretary. Dr. Pendleton moved that the chair ap point a committee on resolutions. Mr. A. L. Mortod moved as an amend mens that the committee shall consist of one member from each district in the county. After some discussion, indulged in by Messrs Walker, A. L. Morton, Chapeze, and Gregory; Hon. H. D. 'McHenry moved tue following substitute: That fire gentlemen be appointed a commit tee on resolutions, and that the chairman ap point snid committee; but, in making the se lection, he is directed to appoint them from different precincts. Mr. Morton withdrew his amendment in favor of Mr. McHenry'a substitute, and Dr. Pendleton thereupon accepted the substitute. The chair appointed Mr. J. E. Fogle, Dr. Pfeiffer, Dr. N. J. Raines, Sam. Hill and W. B. Render a committee on res olutions After a short retirement to the grand jury room, the committee returned, and th rough the chairman. Mr. Fogle, presen ted the following majority report: Rttulctd, That wo approve of the call by the Democratic Central Committee of a convention to meet in the city of Frankfort on the 6th of May next, for the purpose of nominating can didates for the office of Governer and other Stato officer. Eoolccd, That J. L. Collins, T. J. Smith and other. Democrats of Ohio county who may at tend the Stat: convontion, are hereby appoint ed delegates to the same, and that (hey be in structed to cast the vote of Ohio county for John C. Underwood for Lt. Governor, Fayette Hewitt fur Auditor, Richard-Sharp for Register of tho Land Office, Rubt. J. Breckinridge fur Attorney General, and Z. F. Smith forSupt. of Public Instruction. JlttolrtJ, That this convention believe it for the best interest of the party, and haying full confidence in the prudence and judgment of its delegates, sends them uninstructcd as to the of fice of Governor, further than to aid in tho se lection of such standard-bearer as by his known ability and integrity, will commend them and the principles they represent to tho wholo peo ple of the State. lltKhcd, That the success of the Democrat ic par y, and the triumph of Democratic prin ciples are essential to the preservation of free government in America. Mr. Sam. Hill submitted, for Dr. Raines and himself, the following minor ity report: Resolved, By the Democracy of Ohio county, that we approve the call of the Stato Central Committee, for a convention of the Democracy' or Kentucky, to bi held in the city of Frank fort on the 6th day of May, 1875, for the pur pose of nominating candidatesfor tho different State offices. Resolved, That we do not approve of the manner by which several of the candidates for Gubernatorial honors have prosecuted the can vass for said office; that said office is not one to be graocfully sought or dutifully declined; that the time honored practice of the office seek, ing tho man should prevail, instead of the pres ent personal canvass, which is being made, and which tends to drag the dignity of the office in the dust. Therefore we will not instruct our delegates to cast the vote of this county for any particular candidate, but request them to use all honorable means to secure the nomination of soino one fitted for tho high and responsible position. Resolved, That our delegates to said State convention are instructed, as to the other of5 fcers to be nominated, to cast the vote of this county for the following persons for the re spective offices for which they are candidates: lor Lieut. Governor, Jno. C. Underwood; for Auditor, D. Howard Smith; for Superintendent l'uultc Instruction, H. A. M. Henderson; for Register, J. A. Grant; and, as to the other offi ces, tbey are left uninstrncted, Resolved, That the following persons are hereby appointed delegates to said convention: Ben.j. Newton, Tho. Bell, E. F. Smith, Henry Cecil MoGIroy, Jno. T. Smith, C'. W. R. Cobb, Jo. T. Harder, A. T. Hines, J. C. Bean, J. B. Camron, Job S. Arnold, Jno VT Ca'mron, Leroy Rains, Jno A Taylor, E O Porter, WIS Brack en, D B N Patterson, Hiram Chapman, T J Smith, W D Coleman, B C Warden, Wm V Johnson, G S Fitihugh, Wn J Rowe, Geo R Ashby, R A Tayler, II J C Lindley Jno Barnes Thos Stevens, J H Miller, J L Render, H D McHenry, E D Walker, W F Gregory, Sam E Hill, A L Morton, Sam K Cox, J W Ford, J B Wells, Dr Jas S Morton, Dr S L Berry, F P Morgan, A C Ellis, J W Barnett, A B Bennett II D Bennett R M Walker, Cal R T Bell, and all other good Democrats of .Ohio county who may wish to attend. Resolved, That wo view with alarm the ten dency of modern legislation, both State and national, which, in our opinion, seeks to place labor and the product of labor, especially the primitive occupation of husbandry, under con tinuous and increasing contribution to capital. and hereby plaoe the seal of our hearty condem nation upon such legislation, and denounce it as designed to make the rich richer and the poor poorer, and demand the immediato appli- aation of a corrective remedy. Resolved, That we demand of the Legisla ture of Kentucky, at its next session, to pass a law which will require railroad and other cor porations to pay county, town and municipal taxes. We do not see why the farmer, mechan ic and laborer should be subject to every species of taxation, while the incorporated companies, such as banking, railroad and other corpora tions are subject to State taxes alone. Judge Baird opposed the minority re port in an earnest speech, and closed bv moving the minority report as a substi tute therefor. Mr. McHenry moved the following sub stitute, for both, reports, which was adop ted: Resolved, That we approve of the call for the convention to be held at Frankfort on the 6th of May, and that every Democrat in Ohio coun ty, who sees propor to attend said oonvention, is appointed a delegate,and that this meeting will now proocod to instruct their delegates as ta howto vote for the different offioars. Mr. A. L. Morton, noticing that per sons were voting who have hitherto acted with the Radical party, offered the fol lowing resolution, which was adopted: Resolved. That we pledge ourselves to sup port the nominee of the Democratic Convention to be holden at Frankfort on the 6th day of May, 18T5, The next business in order was the in struction of the delegates to the State convention. It was decided that the vote should be taken by the members of the convention passing through the entrance to the bar, and counted by tellers in passing. Judge Gregory and Dr. Sam. Berry were appointed tellers. The names of General John S. Wil liams, Hon. James B. McCreary and Col. J. .Stoddard Johnston ware put in nomination for Governor. Judge Gregory moved that tlie name nf the hindmost candidate be dropped, unles the foremost one received a ma jority of all the votes cast on the first ballot, which motion was adopted. The vote was then taken, and resulted as follows: Williams 53; McCreary 48 Johnston 1. Dr. Pendleton moved that the delegates be instructed to cast their ballots for Mc Creary as second choice of this conven tion, which was adopted. Messrs. J. C. Underwood and J, W. Hays were then put in nomination for Lieutenant Governor. The vote stood: Underwood 54; Hays 13. Maj. Thos. E. Mos5, Hon.Jas. F. Clay and Col. R. J. Breckinridge were put in nomination for Attorney-General. The vote stood: Moss 37; Clay 12; Breckin ridge 1. General Fayette Hewitt and Col D Howard Smith were put in nomination for Auditor. The vote stood: Hewitt G5; Smith 47. Messrs. Alex. Grant, Richard Sharps and C. J. Hinkle were put in nomination for Register of the Land Office. The vote stood: Grant 49; Sharpe 2; Hinkle 2. Dr. H. A. M. Henderson and Z. F, Smith were put in nomination for Super intendentofPublio Instruction. The vote stood: Henderson 35; Smith 19. Richard Tate was nominated for Treas urer without opposition. Mr. McHenry moved that the proceed ings of the convention be published in' The Uastfoed Herald, which was adopted." On motion, the convention then adjourn. cdWne die. TL BALTZELL, Chra. W. Gruelle, Seic'y. Notice to Editors. WANTED. SITUATION By a good practical printer, sober in his habits, and one who has had large experiene, in the management of newspapers. Address "P." care Urbald, Hartford, Ky. l"P." 16 well known to us, and we can cheerfully, recommend him to any one who may need the services of a first-clast printer and a good newspaper man. Editor. - . Transfers or Real Iistnio. The following is a list of the real ea-' tate transfers lodged for record during the week ending March 30, 1875. D. J. Phillip's heirs by Commissioner Cox, to Charles W. Phillips 23 acres land on South Panther .Creek. Con sideration cash, $100. W. E Chess to Woodburn & Moss 2 lots in Rockport Consideration, erection of manufacturing buildings. N. P. Robinson to B. F. Calvert, lot No, 7, in Centerville. Consideration, $375. J. M. Williams to R. W. Wallace, lot in Rockjiort Consideration, cash S300. W. P. Downs to Thos. M. Daugherty, 1 acre near Rosine. Consideration, cash $25. Jones, Smith, and others, to Amanda Huff,.40 acres of land on Adams Fork. Consideration, exchange of land. M. M. Truman to John W. Smith, 5 acres on Adams Fork. Consideration, land. 8100. Wm. R. Jones and others to John W. Smith two tracts of land on Adams Fork. Consideration, exchange of lands and cash, S300. A large and select lot of ready-made clothing, cheaper than ever, at L. Rosenberg & Bro's. (BEAVER DAM ITEMS. Beaver Dam, April 6, 1875. Mr. Editor: Not having noticed any thing from your correspondent at this place for some time, and not wishing you to think that we had passed into nonen ty, we have concluded to trouble-you our self. Sl'RINO nAS COMB. We are glad to see and feel that the beautiful spring has at last made its ap pearance, and that our farmers can now go to work. The songs of the merry birds and the long hidden grassy yards, and all things else, make us to feel anew; and we feel constrained to praise Him, the "giver of all good gifts.'' OUR 8PRI.SO TRADE has not opened as lively as last year; we look however for a fair trade, notwith standing the scarcity of money. We have an energetic people, Mr. Editor, and wherever energy predominates, yon know, there will lie money. wnERB TIIB MONET IS THE SHERIFFS FLOCK. We sometimes think that all the mon ey in the county is to be- found here, for we notice one or two deputy sheriffs here all the time, and frequently have to send for Uncle Tom to come out. THAT COURTHOUSE TAX ACAI.V. We do wish you would tell us all about that courthouse tax; we see inquiries from all parts of the the county, and it is al most the universal talk. If the money has been collected, will not the receipts show where it is? SOUK NICE PUFFIN'S. We were pleased a few evening? since, to meet upon ourstreetBagain.thesmiling face of Dr. John J. Mitchel. who has been spending the winter in Louisville. He is now prepared to cure all who may favor him with a call, and we can cheerfully recommend him as a goal physician. Dr. George F. Mitchell will also remain with us, and we feel proud to say that the coun ty cannot boast of two better ones. CANDIDATES AROUT. We have been visited during the past few weeks by several distinguished gen tlemen, several of whom would like to be come State officers. PREDICTION ART. . Clint Baird says he thinks Col. Smith' will be re-elected. We think so, too, for we could not have a better Auditor. CATTLE SHIPMENTS. We notice that our enterprising friend Mr. J. A. Taylor, ships a car load of cat tle every few days. He had jusf, as soon have poor as fat ones, for which be pays Louisville prices. Ml S3 CARRIE oinaoN, one of Hartford's belles, has charge of our school, and is giving entire satisfac tion. The children all love her, and well, some one else, too, we expect, from the many admiring glances we see be stowed. A LOST WIDOWER. Our young widower merchant lelt us more than a week since, and we cannot hear from him. Please inquire of the Herald at Leitchfield, if they know of him. OCR POLICE COURT convened Saturday last, Judge Cooper presiding. Several cases were decided, and quite a number continued. Mr. Wesley Hocker made his debut in the le gal profession. Wea. is an enterprising young roan, and pleads well. He says he is going to have his speech printed and circulated, as it is the best ever made by a young man in our court-room, and is original, as he had no one to write it for him. Will try and noiify you of all future news. J cno. THE PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY, Meeting of the County Council It Aouiliiatew n i nnttiunle lor tne l.8 lNlature TbeKesolnttaniAtloptetl. The Ohio County Council of the Pa trons of Husbandry met in the courthouse at Hartford on Friday, the 2nd instant, at 10 o'clock a. m., and was called to or der and opened in due form" by James F. Austin, President. After the transaction of important! busi ness concerning the interests of the order. it was dotermined.after.full 'and free con sultation and discussion of. the proposed step, to put a candidate in the field to rep resent Ohio county in the lower branch of the next General Assembly. Richard P. Hocker was then selected as. the standard-bearer of the Patrons, and all others desirous of securing reform in legislation, in the approaching legisla tive contest. Mr. J. W. Barnett, chairman of the committee appointed to draft resolutions expreesive of the sense of the Council on public- questions-, reported the follow ing. which were unanimously adopted: Resolved 1, That it is our object to weld together as a unit on general principles of national prosperity, all good; citizens throusliout the land, from the north, the south, the. cast and the west;, to put down tyranny and corruption in all their forms, to live up to the principles of nurely'rep- rpsentntive government, and to make of our whole country what it was intended to be, just as our forefathers were a unit in achieving our independence from Euro pean serfdom and oppression. Resolved ,2, That we believe that sec tionalism is, and should be, dead and bu ried with the past Our work is with the present and the future. That in our agricultural brotherhood andits purposes, we shall recognize no north, no south, no cast, no west, but will unite, our efforts to accomplish general good to the greatest number in the self-sacrificing spirit of true patriotism, and lay our past differen ces upon one common altar as offerings to fraternal love. Resoked 3, That we are in favor of a new State Constitution. First For the abrogation of all laws iocompatable with the Federal Constitution. Second The remodelling of the court or judiciary sys tem. Third Fixing more definite limit to elective franchise on taxation. Resolved 4, That we arc opposed toex cessive salaries, and special legislation, and in favor of cheaper rates of interest, and that we consider six percent, per an num a reasonable rate. That we endorse' the principles that have already been laid down by the Patrons of Husbandry in their declaration of purposes. J. W. Barnett, Chairman of Committee. JAS A. THOMAS, GEO. A. FLATT. JAS. A. THOMAS A CO. HARTFORD, KY. Dealers in staple and fancy DRY GOODS, Notions, Faney Goods, Clothing. Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps. A large assortment of these goods kept constantly on hand, and will be sold at the very lowest cash price, nol ly ELECTION NOTICE! LOCAL ODPTIOlSr. Notice is hereby given that at the May nleo tion to be held on the 1st day of May, 1875, in District No. 7, Ohio county, Ky., at the court house in Hartford, a poll will bo opened for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters in said district upon the proposition whether or not spirituous or malt liquors shall be. sold in said district. THOP. J. SMITH, Sheriff of Ohio County. Jiarch 13, 1S7J. GOLD AND SILVER WATGBLES7 Exact Size of Onr $15 Watclu. YI I nTl 171 Wm ! i V k i Bl (by WM. I'.- GREGORY. (County Judge. ATT OR NE Y AT LAW,- HARTFORD, KY. Prompt attenfiori civetf to tie colection of claims. Office in the courthouse. JES3K i. roOLs. Hartford, Ky. w. x. SWSIIIT, Owensboro, Ky. FOGLE fc SWEENEY, ATTORNEYS AT LA Wt HARTFORD, KY. Will practice their profession in Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Conrt of Anneafs. Office on Market street, near courthouse'. JOHN O'FLAIIERTY. ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, KY. Collections Promptly Attended to Offlco on Market street, over Ifinn'i tin shop. jan20 ly JOHN P. BARRETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, and 'Real Estate Agent, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Prompt attention given to the collection of claims. Will buy, sell, lease, or rent lands or mineral prlvileges'on reasonable terms; "Will write deeds, mortgages, leases, Ac, and at tend to listing-and paying taxes on lands be longing to non-residents. t. r. moeoix, a. c. wedoIso. MORGAN" & WEDDING, ; .A T TORNE YS AT LA W, HARTFORD, KY. (Office west of courthouse over Hardwtck 3c ball's store. a Will practice-in inferior and superior courts oi mis commonweaun Special attention given to cases in bant rantrv- F. P. Morgan Ms-'also examiner, -and wi'l take depositions; correcily will be xeady to 1IE3EY D. VC8E3BT, , BAH. I. HILL. . Mc HENRY Jfc HILL,' 1 ' A.TTORNErS&OOON3ELLOBSAXLA W ."HARTFORD, KY. . ' . ' -. Will practice in Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the, Court of Appeals of Kentucky. ' ' ao ly:i X. D. WALKXB, I, C. HCSBASDa '. WALKER st HUBBARD, ' A 2 TO.RtNEYS AT L A Wi A5SE&EAL.E3TATK AGI.VT8, . - HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. nol la JOHN C. TOWNSEND. (Formerly Connty Judge, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, KY. 'Wilt practice in all the courts of Ohio connty and the circuit courts of tho 5th judicial dis trict. Ba iness solicited and prompt attention guaranteed- E. V. STROTI1ER, ATTORNEY AT LAW.. HARTFORD. KENTUCKY, Will practice in all the courts of Ohio county and the circuit conrts of adjoining counties. vrxiua upstairs over ;J. w. Lewis' old stand. nolO tf JOSEPH VAUGIIT, BLACKSMITH, HARTFORD, KY. AH kinds of Blaeksmithing done in good style and at the lowest price furcash only. HORSE-SHOEING. made a specialty. Will shoo all round for $1 .25 nol ly ALON'ZO TAYLOR, FasliionaUc Barber and Hair Cutter, HARTFORD, KY. Shop, on Market street, over J. W. Lewis' store, where he is prepared to do all kinds of work in his line. nol tf NOTICE. Wanted to borrow $3,000 for two or three years, for which ten per cent, interest'will be pna payaoie semi-annually note to be due if interest is not promptly paid, and will se cure the lender by a mortgage on reil estate: anl as an additional security will give him to hold as collateral real estate lien notes worth at least S6.00O. Address "MONEY," care H;bald office, Hartfurd, Ky. !ent' Silrrr Ilunliog Key winding Lever Wiit.-liei$IS. (7 wt'Silrer Hunting S'era-winJ-ing I-t. r was hc, I5. .Ladies' Gold Hunlin; Kry-wirdin.; Lever Watches, -fSO. Ladiei' old Hunting. Ste-c-t'nding Lever Water e, $70. Gent' G Id Uniting Strminding lTr Wattle. GS. G nts' Gold Huo:isg Stem-winding Lever Watches 970, v Either of tbeaboie W.tehea snnt by mall at our risk un rec ipt of price and&.ty e;nts for I o'lar, or brextre. with bill to collect p ice on delivery of watch, sulj-et to examination and upprntal, if deiiie J, before paying, itll our wntchej are wairented either adid gol ' or ali I ilver, am' sent safely by pust-o&se mon ey ordrr, regintered letter or by rxpresf. Ws hate also a very fine ortaient of solid gold and silver chains, which we are offering at equally low prices We ask espcelil attention to our fifteen dollar silver watehes. bettering thfm rnperur to any watch at like price ever join in mis country. If yon want a Good Watch at a Low Price send for ouY new IHoatraled Price List of Gol f and Silver Watches which shows sixes and prices of about fifty different styles. Wa sead it free to any address. " V. . . 1 wa - -non T i Mail.) Main, at bL 0th t 7th Louisville, f j. sftuMi SBBBBBBBBBBBsnSBBBBBBBBBBBa -VBBBBBBBBBBBBnSSSSSSSrBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk i Mftm Wim T I IT i i ill JOHN P. TRACY fc SON. UNDERTAKERS, HARTFORD, KY. Manufacturers and dealers in an kinds of wooden coffins, from the finest rose wood casket to the cheapest paurer coffi All kinds of coffin trimmings constantly on hand and for sale. . Keep a fine hearse always ready to attend fnueralj. Wagons and Buggies, constantly on hand or made to order. Partic ular attention given to plow stocking, nol ly . Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN, " : HARTFORD?, KY. Dealer in T. ,, ;,. Drugs, 2Tedicine3 and Chemicals, Fino Toilet Soaps, Fancy Hair and Tooth Brush es, Perfumery and Fancy Toilet",f Articles' Trasses and Shoulder Braces,. Garden. Seed.' ', '' ''' "r .-. --;t Pnre Wines' and Liquors for medical purposes. Paints, OiU,VarnisKa, Dye? Stvfft, Letter-paper, Pens Ink, Envelopes, ,aiajs . Patty, Carbon oil. Lamps and Cimneys PhysieranS' prescriptions accurately com pounded; . .nolpyy. J. F. COIXINSv-"" vH i . OIAtXB IS j GROCERIES, COFECnONERLES, COUNTRY' PKODUCB :' Bought at The Highed Marlel Trice.,' ' Remember the place, west side public-square opposite the court house, Hartford,' Ky-1,. r colly. tt vs. BABomcr," a. t; X1LLT A . i HARDWICK Oi NAXL, Diaiiss-u,. ,, i - r DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. HATS, CAPS BOOTS,'. SHOES; HARDWARE: QUEENSWARE, Jkc.' ' ' " Which wewill,aeH low. 'tor 'cash, or 'exchange or country produce, panjng tha highest market nrico. noil7- E. SMALL . at tie j TEADE PALACE 'ft. BAKTFORD, KY; . Has. jBst received a large and. well "selected atoek of D;EY G-O O D, S , LADIES' DRESS GOODS, Mens and boys' CLOTHING. Ladies' and geats' -A. T S a BOOTS & SHOES, of all grades and sizes. KOTIOXS. Special bargains In "Waait Goods, EDGINGS, IN'SEKTIXGS, iC. A choice lot of Ribbons at a big discount. T With many thanks fop past patronage, I hope, by fair dealing, to merit a continuance of tho same. E. SMALL. T11E CROIV HOUSE, Opposite the Conrthouso IUSTTOK0, IT, JOHN S. VAUnur ; . Peomirrois. Comfortable room., prompt attention, .and low prices. The traveling' pnblis ri respect fully invited to give us a snare-of patronage. Krcry exertion made to render gnests comfort. aLIo. . STAGE LIXE. Mr, Vaught will enntinua the stag twice a day betw een Hartford and llesvvr Xtaq,. morn ing and evening, connecting with all.passenx ger trains on the L. 1. .t Southwestern rail, ro.td. Passengers set down nnerever they de. sirs nol ly IIAItTI OItlt LOIH.-E, XO. 12, I. O. O. T. Meeta regularly every Thursday cvenine- In T fur's Half. Transient" members of the Urderare eordiallv inrtted to attend Joitx P. Barbett, V. CT. WjiiACr. l?RCtUA, W. Secy.