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iJJIV I UAKUETr.tCO.,IulIUIirr. II.VttTFOItU. OHIO t'OCNTV, IIY. Wi:.ES.VY, AlUSlt.ST 21, IS7.1. a xew sTonr. Next week We will begin the publi cation of an absorbingly uitorcstin ftory from" the pea of the great French novelist, Aleanhre Duma, jr., that will enchain the readers attention from first to last, entitled, THE UI.WH Tri.II. This is no tale of lawless passion and clouottui moralitv, but a romance un exceptionable in its every detail. Our ambition is to make Tun IIuralu an lUicxcoptionablc family paper, and it will "be our constant care to exclude everything of a vicious and contamina ting nature from its column?. Tin: average Democratic majority is 41,048. Thanks to Senator MeCnnnirv for valuable public documents. TiiK,Cmrkf,Toit)ital is a Democratic paper with Radical financial principles. Tiii:Illinois ku-klux still ragearouiul like bob-tail gentlemen-cows in fly time. Dr. Huxdukson's majority for Su perintendent of Public Instruction, Ls 45,235. Last Saturday the Rough Creek Springs closed doors. CatiMJ insuffi cient patronage: Hon. Joshua Gi:ogi:u-iiy Ford, the prospective successor to Senator McCreeky, returned Satunlay to his OwensborohomcfromGravsonSnriii"'s. where he had been steeping his gigantic intellect in sulphur water. Old Sorghum was in town a few hours last Wednesday afternoon. He Was on the hunt of our Representative elect, winch was tune and traveling ex penses wasted, as Richard P. IIockur can neither be cajoled nor traded out of his vote. What do the high-minded people of jventucky think of a man who is engaged in the unseemly and undignified busi ness of hunting up tho?e legislators elect who triumphed on Granger-and-Farmcrs' tickets, or who are practical farmers elected by the Democratic par ty, and insisting upon their supporting him for the U. S. Senate because he is a farmer and a Granger? Last week we republished from the Henderson Importer a paragraph to the effect that Mr. Louis Burk; of Burks ville, Henderson county, while cursing God for destroying his crqr$, had his tongue cleave to the roof of his mouth, and was speechless till he died next day. Tbc Owensboro papers pronounce the whole thing false 3Ir. B. is alive and hearty and he never made use of a profane expression in his life. We presume the editor of the Reporter was imposed upon. Tin; Munchausen who writes Ken tucky letters for the New York Herald almost surpassed his gift of lying wlfen he concocted the story of a combination between Governor Lilh: and Sorg. WhXiams to compass the rc-clcction of Pecksniff Stevenson to the U. S. Senate rather than have Mr. Beck tri umph in that direction. Wc suspect that our worthy Executive, in common -irith every decent, sober man in Ken tucky, would a thousand times rather have Beck in the Senate than old Sor oiium. A Calhoon- father, a few days ago, was astonished to learn from his little daughter, who is a hard student and ex ceedingly bright child; that the world turns round once in every twenty-four hours. "It's oupateibltV hcexclaimed. "Why, lookec here, lectio smarty: spo?c it do, when Calhoon's on the under-side why don't she tumble oftt" The child could not explain the theory of the at traction of gravitation lohissatijfaction. "Sec here," taiil he, "1 fill this hero cup with warter," suiting the action to the word. "Thar it is. It's all right. Thar's the cup, and thar s the warter. You see 'cm, do yc? Well, the cup's the ycath, and the warter's C'alhoon. I turns it over, timely," inverting the cup, "and here's the ycath. but whar's Calhoon?" The little girl was puzzled, but still hung on to her original propo rtion of the earth's revolution. "Now I'll tell you how we'll settle this here bizness. You say thatto-night attwclvc o'clock Calhoon'll be whar China war at- dinner time a rcg'lar turn-over, like. Ef that's the case the old wcll'H be upside down, and the wartcr'Jl run outcn it jeta it run outen yua cup. -Vow I'm gwine to watch the well to night, and cf it's as you say, the warter 7J1 run outen it, and visy varsy ef it shi'i io.'' SurL ciouprh, lit v.-j1ti:ed the well; and the water didn't run out Of it, which the more firmly convinced him that there was "no tarnal up-ide down bizness about this he old ycath." Next day the story of hi- scientific ex periments wa duly circulated over Cal hoon; and now any gentleman or lady who Wants to teach, and will eliminate from the school-books all such "pesky lies' as the earth revolving on its axis, can obtain an excellent situation in a pleasant but original town, among a people who "won't stand nonsense that's agin reason," by applying to the proper authoritv at Calhoon, Kv. A ri:ujov at liockford, 111., named Thomson, pubhsheda declaration that he would not exhibit any of his wares at the Winnebago county fair if Jeff. Davis was permitted to deliver the ad dress. Now, who do you suppose this supnrpatriotic patriot i? Why, a reu egade Georgian, who sold his niggers at the beginning of the war, left his old daddy and brothers to oppose the "Yanks." and hied him off to Illinois and safety. Ills manufactory wn built, painted, plastered, and put in operation with the money obtained by the sale of human beings. He's a nice sample of Rockford "loyalty," to be sure. It is to the credit of Mr, Davis that witnesses like this rise up against htm. One "tYUl Cuiue mid ihc Other o. Louisville Commercial, 21st. General Williams, in hi Senatorial pil grinuige, dropped into Hartford the other day, and the same train that carried him in took atvay Mr. Gruelle, the editor of Tnc Hastford IIurai.d. It was a coin cidence, to say the least, and a corres pondent calls our attention to the startling fact. Of coiase there vras no connection between the arrival of the one and the de parture of the other, but still it is a fact that the I It p. a i.D has been bouncing the doughty General, and has sho-vn a decided opposition to the veteran's Gubernatorial and Senatorial aspirations. Xo one be lieves that the General went to Hartford to interview the editor of the Mirald, of course, and no one believes that the editor left town to avoid an interview. Still the fact remains that the General is not a chronic peace man, and that "possibilities war very probable," as Colonel Giles would say. Colonel Gruelle will have to stand the joke for a few weeks, anyhow, and when he inquires close he will find that Cerro Gordo went to Hartford to see the Iteprcsentative and Senator elect. For what purpose, wc can't imagine, of course. For the Hartford Herald. THE SEQUEL OF FRIENDSHIP. nv VIOLA. Oh, it is not while riches and splendor surround u, That friendship and friends can bo put to the lest; 'Tis but when affliction' cold presence has bound us, Wo find which tbc hearts are that lovo us the best. It was a clear melodious voice that sang out these true and beautiful words. The song had been called for by the song stress's companion, a youth of eighteen. Having finished the song she turned in front of him, and said: "Does that suit vou And he replied with marked courtesy: 'Thanks. You have conferred quite an honor on me; and you have been so kind, I will not detain you longer. Allow me to bid you adieu, perhaps forever." She reached him her delicate white hand, but said: 'Sit down, Edward. Do not (I might fay) act fo toolisb. Have I not told you I would be your friend undaunted through all the victSMtudes of life? You surely cannot ask more. This love you imagine so deep, so unfading, is like the meteor, too bright for endurance. Candor, you are well aware, is characteristic of me. I do sincerely pity you in your loss of prop erty, and deeply do I sympathize with you in your bereavement of your honored pa rents. But look forward to brighter davs. Take my advice make a man cf yoir self." "I am again indebted to you, Jliss Lan caster, and will try and use your kind ad vice to an advantage. You have given me your friendship now. In lime I will win your love. As I leave the city in a tew minutes, I must say an revoir," ami i he was gone. Wc will now give our readers a slight sketch of our hero and his past lii.-tory. He was tall; commanding in appearance; bad large, dark brown, expressive eyes eyes that spoke volumes at one glance; hair and complexion to match; and a most fixed and determined looking mouth. Just a few mouths ago, death with its icy t-ieklc hud entered his happy home, de priving him of beloved parents, and leav ing to his sole guardianship a dear little sisteroi'twelve years. His father's estate proved insolvent, and Kdwanl Manning was left to earn Ii'n and his sister's sup port by his own daily exertion. Through the instrumentality of a friend, hesecured a pituation with a merchant in a verv prosperous little city ccreral hundred miles from the place where our ttoiy begins. Clara Lancaster had ben his playmate from childhood, and at length Cupid's ar row had pierced deeply into his heart, and going to Clara he frankly declared his love, and in return received the answer jui-t recorded. Wisbin; to hare his sister ever with him, he procured boarding in a private family, and commenced the dull routine of businc.-s life. Time, the destroyer and incrcaser of mankind, still continued its never-weary coarst JEJ-ard succeeded at etry turn, frienda multiplied, and lie was everywhere liked (or his many excellent qualities of head and heart. Int deep in Iiii heart was an unfathomed void, which i-ecmed never to lie filled. He had tried in vain . .i .r.i... i r to throw oil' the haunting vision of Clara Lancaster; but it visited him ever in soli tude, filling every idle thought with beau tiful dreams of her. For several years he contented himself with only the society of his sister, but as the world called loud ly for her, he, too, forgot himself and was was once more the lion of the day. Our minds naturally reverts to incn Jems forever past days, hours, of yore, shining forth in a most ethereal beauty and yet we would willingly banish such thoughts from our memory, drown them entirely from our solemn stream of Lethe. It is far more pleasant to our rejection to know that our Iriends have gone to their beautiful home in that far better land, than to have loved ones still on the busy scene of action, and feel that, in all probability, we may never see them or hear words of all'ection from their lips again. Our hero had never heard from Clara since he left her, except the culogiums of the world on her extreme beauty and intellect. For eight years, matters went on in their usual routine. Miss Manninj; lor sook the loving arms of her devoted brother for one who promised protection through life. Edward's employer died bequeathing to him an enormous fortune, and having already accumulated enough to live on independently, he laid aside business ideas and gave himself up to travel. He spent two years visiting every place of note, in the old world. At last, growing tired of this mode of life, he retraced his foofteps homeward, and visited the city where he was born and reared. There, for the lirst time in ten years, he met the object of his true and devoted love. . Time had wrought hut few changes in her outward appearance, but her heart had lost its freshness and susceptibility. and she was ready as every devotee of society is, to pronounce the world "as hollow as can be, and true hearts seldom met with." Whether it was only with that trite ficling of friendship that she greeted Ed ward Manning, I will leave my reader to guess. To test, perhaps, her friendship, if no more, for several weeks he met her only at public entertainments. Hut at last, desiring to see her alone, he called at her home. During his stay, their conversa tion consisted of the topics of the day; but on leaving, Edward took both her hands in his, and said: "When 1 left you ten years ago, you gave me your friendship. I come now for vour love. Will vou eirc it me?" The question was so unexepected, and so astonished was our little heroine, that she did not reply for a moment. Regaining her self-possession, she said: "For years, Edward, I have been try ing to persuade myself that it was not more than a feeling of genuine friendship, with which I regard you. I have found out in v mistake and am willing to cor rect it." She did so, and there was a happy union of hearts in short, an elegant wed ding took place in Mr. Lancaster's old mansion the next fall. Tor the Hartford Herald. YOUTH. nv r.o!ir.o nxKsTAFF. How often we relied back to our youthful days, and sigh for the many happy hours wc experienced when a school bov. Then our path was strewn with laurels and happiness, and how buoyant were our heart a with the thoughts ol last approaching manhood! Wc knew no sorrow then; our lives were made up of .-port and pleasure; of building castles in the air; and thinking of the happiness mankind had in 6torc for us. Wc re ceded daily the warnings and teachings of those older than ourselves, but secret ly disbelieved their representations of Mat tering tongues and outward appearances. We thought they were "old and had no inclination, and perhaps no time to join in the pleasures of youth," but time will not wait for us, so wc shall drink of his cup of enjoyment while he is here, and thus our thoughts were occupied. Yes, we were happy then; but it was vanishing happiness to fly with youth, and at last is the approach of manhood tbc summer of our lives. Alas ! the hap piness we imagined it had in store for us is not to be found. Now the duties of a man devolves upon ns we arc a free agent to act for ourselves our pursuit is success and not pleasure and we feel the many pangs of an aching heart that wc never dreamed of when a youth. And next a feeling of unrest and a longing for something more satisfying than we pos sess lays hold on us. Then our summer is vanishing and giving place to autumn, which is gone quickly, and next is winter and our days are endrd by age. And alas! what a change is wrought in a few sln.rt years! And as we have advanced onward through life, day by day seemingly a happier day awaiting us than we had ever experienced. "The rose is fragrant, but it fades in time; TS? violet's street, but quickly past the prime; Whito lilies hang tlx.tr head?, and soon decay; And whiter fnow in minutes melt away." Sotnelight-complexioiied darky is pass ing himself oil' in this State as Ex-Gover nor and Scnatos-Pinchback, of Louisiana. Craddock saw him, and says he would be easily mistaken for a white man a mis take that couldn't happen to the "origi nal Dr. Jacob To-' rsead" Pint!) back. For tho Hartfoid Herald. THE PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. Editor Herald: A word of warning. The smoke of the initiatory -tin in the 1 - , . . campaign has cleared away, and a stir vey of the "round discloses what was al ready apparent, that the mere arming of the forces had dismayed the souls of fear ful adversaries, who iiiot incontinently lied the field. The political parties of Ohio county went into action on the principle that he who fights and runs away may live to fight another day, only, in this case, the fight wa3 never fairly in augurated, from failure of one of the combatants to come to time. That we had a bloodless battle, was due somewhat to the fears of our oppo nents,, who could have mustered more forces than was generally supposed. However, had they have faced the music( it would have only made the victory more certain. As it is, two have put ten thousand to flight. Our candidate will make a creditable legislator. It is not to be supposed that either he or his friends are vain enough to imagine that his own merits or etrength had"Auy thing to do with the ter rors of the opposition. More experienced men have had the most determined oppo sition, and that he has won an easy vie tory is due, in the first place, to his be ing an entirely unexceptionable candi date, and to the fact that he represented a sen'imcnt; in a word, that he represent ed the Patrons of Husbandry. Itefirc senting himself, were his talents the grand est since the days of Adam, he would have been powerless. lUqrrc'enting the sentiments of the Patrons, he was as in vincible ns the rocks of St. Helena be fore the blasts of the ocean. His election is tL-e signal gun whose reverberations will resound through the camps of political degeneracy until the places which have seen the rights of men bartered for a mess of pottage, will be as silent as death under the echoes of Ga briel's horn. The significance of our success lira in the triumph of principles. And iiere a word of warning. That the patrons have been successful in the election of their first candidate, will, in no wise, ailect the price of sugar aud coffee. Two blades are not going to grow in the place of one. Wc have elected our candidate, and the danger is that we shall expect from him what would be beyond the power of the wisest statesman in the land. He will go to the Legislature, and find a political majority which will not be pledged to the furtherance of the farming interests. He will find men still under railroad and monopoly influence. And the endeavors to stem the tide will be ns inellectual as an attempt to reach the North Pole. His influence will only be the lever which, by the steady support, unwavering fidel ity, and absolute patience uTtlioNo whose servant he is, will at last raise the body politic to the eminence of purity, economy and justice. It may be, that when his time expires, the only visible trace will by found in a recorded vote which will show his fideli ty to the interests of those who have elected him. When the Farmers' movement shall have entirely permeated the vile atmos phere of modern politics, then shall we see the full effect of this grand beginning. It may be that the Grangers in the next legislative body will hold the balance of power in the Senatorial contest, and be able to dictate who shall represent the State in the next Senate, and thus assure the farming interests a representative pledged to tho.-e interests, as interests which are above and paramount to all other interests combined. Let the Patrons expect from their rep resentative a voice and a vote true to the farming interests, and then if that voice and vote accomplishes nothing, pick your flints and try it again, ever ready to re spond to Wellington's call at Waterloo "Up guards, and at them." In the meantime, let us be cautious in dealing with our enemies. Wo have only got the head of monopoly in durance vile. Let us watch the movement of the tail. The leaders of both parties will only be too glad to unite in opposition to our in terests. Search the poll-books, and when a vote is found for a candidate who was not making the race, a voteplaecd upon t.c boohs as a gratuitous instill to our Order, stab the man who had his vote so recorded as a political incubus, and when the time comes, if ever it should, make him wish that the Hoods had over whelmed him, ere he put such a brand upon himself. Above all, Patrons, be true, be stead fast, never be weary in well-doing, lie forms are uot the work of a day. Your cause is just; your cause is holy. "fear not each sudden sound and shock, 'Tia of the wave, and uot tho rock; Tis hut the flapping of tho sail, And not a rent uiado by tho galo ! In spite of ruck and tempest's roar, In ito of false-light on the shore, Sail on, nor fear to breast the sea!" Sunday morning two negro men, drunk and asleep on the Kentucky Central near Paris, were run over and killed by a freight train. 1!. II. Itidgclv, who killed Dr. Penally the murderer of his brother-in-law, Dr. Peckovcr in the county Judges office at Cynthiaua, was tried in the Criminal court of that city, Thursday, and acquit ted. Itch in the foot is bothering the sheep of Nelson county. 'Squire Gray, aged CO, fell dead at his home in Nicholas county, on election day. Miss Gracic Walker, formerly of Frankfort was married to a rich English- wan, at Bait:. ore, a iVi days ago. llSI'.It. Ausustljth, ISTi, Vmuii., infant son of H. M. and Mildred Austin, aged one year. The baby is dead! Virgil is gonel Tears start in my eyes ns its bright little face cornea so vividly to my mind, when I sat by his side and saw hi3 life ebbing sway. He had encircled himself so closely around my heart, that when I saw that the last breath was gone, it seemed as if every kindred feeling had been torn asunder. But the holy words of Christ echoed in my ear, "Thy will be done," and the sweet thought of the babe's happy reun ion with its brother, sister, and beloved mother, who were waiting to greet it in thatfar-olf Home, suppressed the words which eame involuntarily to my lips. Then, cheer up, bereaved father. Your little one is at rest, softly entwined in the loving arms of our blessed Savior. Think of all the snares that are set to entrap us, too easy victims of vice. Virgil has es caped them all, and awaits you at the throne of God. And perhaps thy gentle" spirit, Virgil, will allure thy cousin's trembling feet into the path of heaven, from whence they so often stray. Viol . Calhdo.v, Ke.vtucky, Aug. IS, 1S75. McLean County Progress please copy. Mrs. Abner Kucker, of Clark county, while attending a sick child Saturday morning, was fatally burned by a lamp crplosion. Trigg county wants Major McKinncy made Speaker of the House next winter. The Radical membership in the Leg islature was reduced one-half at the re cent election. The average Democratic majority in the state is something more than -17,000, nn increase of more than 10.000 over the majority of 1S71. XEW AD VEIITISEMEXTS. MENDEL & KAHN, CROJIWELli, KY., Wholesale and retail dealers in Staple & Fancy Dry Goods, Boots e&s SIiocs, And every thins usually kept in well-rcgulato'l mercantile establishments. They btiv their goods for CASH and get them at UOTTO.M 1'ltICES, benco they are cn.ibloJ, br duing an EXCLUSIVELY CASH business, to undersell any houso in Ohio couny ,T Cr-Tv" "ill tike this occasion to no 1.TX. X JLX. tify the farmers of Ohio and liutler counties, that they arc large and con stant buyers of COUNTRY rRODUCE. of alt descriptions, for which they pay the very highest market rrices. Thy also do tho larg est TOBACCO purchasing business in tbo county, alimy3 pay ing higher prices, IN CASH, than anybody else. They ask a haro of public patronage. u33-4m QMS EXTRACT! TIip Icoilcs Ilrnmly for Intoriinl mill Dxtrrmil Vse. I'oxirs i:vri:.ttT cti:j-.s Piles, blind and bleeding; Illflnmstiu tions and L'lcoi'ations: Ilciiitti'hiic from any organ Xuae, dura.', Lungs, IIoivcIs, Ki ilner.. Womb, ic; CouguittioiIS, l'.:t- Iurgo:iiciiIs. roxirs KXTK.vcr ixvai.l'ari.i: For Dyseiitory and Itlioiiiiiatisiii: In- llaimu.ition of Kycs and Kj I'litls; Inflam mation of Ovaries; Vaginal Leiicorihen; Varieoso Veins: oro XipplcM. IOXiS JSXTICAOT tor salo by all First class Druggists, and recommended by all Druggists, Physicians, and everybody who has ever used it. I'AMl'IIL.KT containing History and Uses mailed free on application, if not found at your Drucci't's. lOXlS KXTKACT CO., n:S3-!w Xcw York and I.oimIoh. mm EJLI MEDICINES A prominent New York physician lately com plained to DUXDAS DICK A- CO., about their Sandalwood Oil Catsiiles, stating thatsoino tiiacs they cured iciraculously, but that a pa tient of his had taken them without effect. On being told that several imitations were sold he inquired and four. I his patient hud uot Iten taih-j DUXDAS DICK JfcCO.'S. What happened to this physician may have happened to others, and DUXDAS DICK k CO. take this method of protecting phyiicvm, dntj 'jit and thtnuelcei, aud preventing Oil op S.ixDALnooii ftom coming into disrepute. PHYSICIANS who iimc prccribo the Cap sules will rnuli nue to ! so. for they con tain the pure Oil in the best ami cheap est form. DUXDAS DICK CO. use more OilokSax uiLnoou than all tho Wholesale and ltetail Druggists and I'crfuraers in tho United States ombined, and this is the sole reason ivhy the Hire Oil is sold cheaper in their Capsules than in any other form. OIL 01' SANDALWOOD is fast superseding every other rtiuedy, sixty CapsuUs only bo ing required to insure a safe and certiin euro in six to eight days. From no other medicine cm this result bo had. DUXDAS DICK .t CO'SSOFT CAPSULES solve the problem, long considered by eminent pbyMciaus, of now to avoid tho nausea and dis gust experienced in sr allowing, which aro well known to detract fruni, if not ilostroy, the good iIou of many valuable remedies. Soft Capsules aro put up in tin-foil and neat boxes, thirty in each, and ace tho only Capsules prescribed by physicians. TASTi:i.SLSS .tll'.IHCIvCS. Castor Oil and many other nauseous nifdicines can te Ukeu easily 'and safelr in DUXDAS DICK .t CO'S SOFT CAI'SULUS. NO TA!"TK. NO SMELL. ssMr'S'liese were the only C:ijsu!es admitted lo the lust i'aris l:i;si tion. soli at am. iiiictj sro litis iicni:. n:3--lw MASTER COMMISSIONER'S NOII'JE. E. A. Truman's Admr., p'.tff, against V.. A. Truman's heirs, dfts. Eiiy. All persons haying claims agaiast the estate of Edmund A. Truman. dcocacd, arc requested to produce tho same, properly proven, to tho undcrvgned, Master Commissioner of the Ohio Circuit Cuurt, at his ofiieo in Hartford, Ky., on or before tho lath (Jay of October net, or they will be lorevcr barred. U. It. MURRELL, M.C.O.C.C. Ji'y U, 2Sn3i IIAKTi'OItD MALE F EM A I. E S E M I X A R V . (:) The nextSossion of this Institution will com mence nn the S'Jrsl .M-jm!rty in Srpti'iittjer. 1S7.1, and continue Twenty.two Weeks, under tho charge of 31 IX:.JI MclXTYKC. A. It., iided by competent Assistants. Ono-half of tho tuition fao wilt ha daa at tho middle of tho session, and tho other half at the close. TERMS PER SESSION: Primary.... Sll,00 Higher English, $20,00 Junior li.00 Latin Greek, 25,00 Incidental fee, to bo paid in a lrance, SI. Spicinl attention paid to Cting boys for Col lege. Ifciard can be obtained at from 2,50 to $:i.00 a week. I'or further information apply to the Principal, or to the undersigned. n33-lw SAM. E. HILL, Trustee. MAsTEIi COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. . M. Brown's Adair., pltff.1 is Adair., pits'.') ;ninst i'j heirs, dfts. J aga tqaity. U. M. Urown All persons having claims against the estate of Granville M. Brown, deceased, arc requested to produce Ihe same, properly proven, to the undersigned, MaUer Commissioner of the Ohio Circuit Court, at his oEco in Hartford, Ky., on or befora the t5th day of October, next. E. It. M UU HELL, M.C.O.C.C. August 11, 1S75. n32-lm MASTER COMMISSIONER'S N'OTICE. Charts Yoham's Adnir., pUff.) agiinst Equity. Charles ioham's heirs, dfts. J All persons having claims against tho estate of Charles Yoham, deceased, are requested to produce tho same, propcrlyjiroven, to tho un dersigned. Master Commissioner of tho Ohio Circuit Court, at hisoffice in Hartford, Ky., on or before the lith day of October, 1375. E. It. MURRELL, M.C.O.C.C. August II, 1875. n32-lm MASTER COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. Mrs. Rosa Tichenor's Admr., pltff.') against I Equity. Mrs. Rosa Ticheuor's heirs, dfts. J All persons having claims against the estate of .Mrs, Rosa Tichenur, u .ccajc.l.are requested to produce tho same, properly proven, to the undersigned. Master Commissioner of the Ohio Circuit Court, at his office iu Hartford, Ky., on or before the 15th day of October next, or they wilt bo forever barred. E. R. MURRELL, M.C.O.C.C. August 11, ISIS. n32-Im osing Out 3A.IE. FOR 30 DATS DULY "PREPARATORY to my leaving for tho Jl- ta st to lay in a stock of Fall dk Winter Good', I cScr fur salo tho following articles at the prices named: CInrti'H O. X.T. Tlircntl, 1 .Spools for . cent. illcies. licst br.uiils. 7 to S cents. YarI-H Ile lSron ii lomcstIc, i nts. lllpnrlieil 10 to II . I.ntrst Stylesorisress tiooilsnt lupori op's I'pIppsj t'oitonuilcH. from SO to 25 rrnts I.iilips .Shoos from 81 to SI. .IO. ISost lunllty .11 en's Uronns from $!. zza io I..MI. Cloiliiu? nt Now York root. Imi li lr. All-I.!!ieii.Milc!!I!onm Nllirts for 81.50. And evoryttiliiff clseln proportion. I me An what I say. I hare no timo for fool ishness. I am determined to set), as I mu3t hare tho room for new goods. Call nndce and satisfy yourselves. Now is tho only opportu nity you ill ever haye lo buy goods at really wholesale prices. E. SMALL. Hartford, Ky., July 23, 1875. nlly Buys a Omuine TVjitTiMM Watch, In 3 02. coin silrer; hiintinr ease. Stadfuronr brrf Uln.mtM rn4 List, tfrre). of WalUum Uatclia. OoM rcni.bjttcurles. I'Uia Jcrl.l !)- (.old rLaias. Sttb Thomas Clock. Ladies' Wstcbcu. Jte. CyKTtryar ticlevamoted. Goods scat ly exprvr O. O.D.. subject. (If desired), to examination aod approval hafore iajiafi. t .V Harare A Kre Jewelers. :jiIila3uLuuulUle, a j. THE INDIANAPOLIS SUN. Tho leading ISDEPEXDBXT ItEFOltJt 'EEt'L Y political newspaper in the United States; the special adrocate of the interests of LaborasagainstConibined Capital; Legal Ten der Paper Money as against Bank IssUss and the Gold Basis Fallacy; and the Interchange able Currency Bond as against tho High Gold Interest Bond. Tbo & UN has a corps cf able correspondents among the clearest and most profound thinkers of tbo country. Miscellany of tho choicest selection, adapted to all classes of readers. - Terms, $1.75 per year, postpaid. Sample copies sent free on application. Address, IXDUXAaroLIS SCN COMPAST, lutliantrjHflii, Jnil. Plov; Stocking AND GENERAL WOODWORK. Tho undersigned would respectfully an nounce to the citizens of Ohio county, that they uro now prepared to do all kinds of WOODWORK at their new shop in Hartford. They baTe se cured tlio serriees of a competent workman to STOCK PLOWS, and they guarantee satisfaction, both as to wosk and rcicE3, iu all cases. They will niako WAGONS AND BUGGIES, and will-make and furnish COFFINS AND BURIAL CASES at tho lowest pnssiblo prices. Call and-sc: us before engaging your work elsewhere. PATRONAGE SOLICITED, and satisfaction guaranteed. By choe applica tion tu business we hupu to merit the support of our friend-, MACZY i HURT. Jan. 20, 1S75. jaluly JOIIX I TRACY A: SOX. U N D E II T A K E II S , IIARTFOr.D. KY. Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of wooden coffins, 'rm the Snest rose wood casket to the cheapest ttucer ceiEn. All kinds of coCjn trimmings constantly on hand and fur sale. Keep a line hearse alwayi ready to attend funerals. Wajixa end Huyyict, constantly sn hand or aaadc to erder. Partic ular attccttat slves to plow -tekisg. jo-i !y "jsijr''- It-VILKOVO TIME TVBtft Lou!sIIlc. riulurnh fc Soutbimterrii The down train for Paducub leaves Louisa ville, dally except Sunday at 3:30 a. mand ar rives at Cecilian Junction st 1 1:25 . m, Grayson Springs at 125 p. nt, Leitchfield at 12:37 " Millwood at (Dinner) 1:1J it Rearer Dam at 55 i Roeknort at ss Owensbnrn Junction at t i". 11 Greenville a. in Nortonville Junction at 5:20 Padncah at g:oo The up train for Louisville learn l'adneah daily except Sunday at -1 a. m. aad arrives at Nortonrillo Juaetion At 7:40 a.m. Greenville at 8:55 Owensboro Junction a) 9:15 Rockport at y:-j5 Bearer Dam at 10:15 " Leichfield at 12:10 p. ol, Grayson Springs 12:25 " BigCIiftyat (Dinner) 12:45 ' Cecilian Junction at 1:15 Louisville at 435 Southern Express- This train makes close eounectioniat Norton' touriHe with tho St. xouis and Southeastern for Nnshrille, and passengers go on to tho latter city without change of ears. Sleeping ears anil reclining chairs on these trains. Leaves LcmisTtllo at 6;C0 p m and arrives at Cecilian Junction at 8:49 p m LeitchSeld at 9;35 " Caneyyille at 10-05 " Beaver Dam at ll;05 " Rockport at 11:30 " Owensboro Junction at 11;55 " Greenville It 1 ... , Nortonrillo jtoj . ra Padncah at 4,a - Northern Express. Leaves Paduczh it S.-tn n m Nortonville at 1-45 am Greenrilte at 2.-40 Owensboro Junction at 3.-00 " Bearer Dam at 3.-4J Caneyrille at 4.-50 Leitchfield J;18 " Cecilian Junction at 6.-20 " Lonisrilleat jq m Hartford i connected with the railroad at Bearer Dam by stage line twice a day. These trains connect with Elixabetbtown at Ceeclian: with Owensboro at Owensboro Junction, and with Eranrrille, Henderson as4 Nashville at Nortonville. Ds f s WnncoitB, Saperintendonle r.vnnsTlIIo, Owensboro cfc Naslivlllp. The Mail and Accommodation trains are run by the following time-table: Leaves Arrives'. Owensboro at COO am 8 00 p rd Sutherland'a 8.28 " 7.35 " Crow's 6 36 " 7.27 " Lewis 6.48 ' 7.16 " Riley's 7.00 7.05 Tiehcnor's 7.10 ' 6.55 ' Lirermore Ds 720 " 6.45 " Lirermore 7.25 " 6.4P " Island 7.37 " 6.29 " Stroud'i 7.43 " C.17 " 8. Carrollton 8.08 5J7 " L.P.iS.W.Cros'g 8.20 " 5.45 L.P.iS.W.Dsp. 8.25 5.40 " ACCOMMODATION. Leaves A rr ires' Owensboro at 2.00 pm 12.00 ad Sutherland'a 2.30 " J 1.24 " Crow's. 2.48 " 11.14 " Lewis' 3.02 " 11.00 Riley's 3.19 " 10.48 " Tiehenor's 3.30 - 10.32 Lirermore D. 3.4-1 " 10,18 ' Lirermore 3 49 " 10.13 " Island 4.02 ' 0J8 ' Stroud'i 4 17 " fl.44 - S. Carrollton 4.40 ' '9.20 L.P.AS.W.Cr'g 4.55 " 9.05 L.P.AS.W.Dep. 5.00 " 9.09 Trains run dtilv, Sundays excepted. R. 6. TRIPLETT, Gen'l Manager. IIAKTIOKD LODdlL SO. 13, I.O.O.T. Meets regularly every Thursday eTening Irt Talor's Hall. Transient members of the Order are cordially inrited to attend. B. P. BERRYMAN, W. C. T. Willik Liwis, W,Seey. Plain solid lS'-kt. Gold Engagement and Wedding Rings furnished to order promptly; also Set Rings, with Amethist. Garnet, Topaiy Moss Agate, Pearl orDiamftnd settings. Plain Gold 18-kt. Rings from S3 to $15 each. In or' dering, measure the largest joint of the finger you desire fitted with a narrow piece of paper, and send us the paper. Weinscribo any name, motto, er date free of charge. Kings sent 6 mail on receipt of price, or by express, with bill to collect on delirery of goods. Money may be sent safely by Express, Postot5ce Money Order, or Registered Letter. Refer to George W. Bain. C. P. BARNES & Bro., JeweIers,Main st.,bt. 6th i7tb, Louisville. Ky JA3. A. THOMAS, CEO. A. rLATTV .JAS. A. THOMAS fc CO. " HARTFORD, KT. Dealers in staple and fancy DRY GOODS, Notions, Fancy Goods, Clothing, Boots ano Shoes, Hats and Caps. A large assortment of these goods kept constantly an hand, and nilp bo sold at the very lowest cash price, nol It MASTER COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. Gabriel Acton's Admrs, pltffs," against Gabriel Acton's heirs, defts. J Equity. AH persons having claims agaifrst the estate' of Gabriel Acton, deceased, are requested tor produce the same, properly proven, to the un dersigned, Master Commissioner of the Ohio Circuit Court, at his oSko In Hartford, Ky., orr or before the 1Mb. day of October next, or they will be forcrer barred. E. K. MURRELL, M.C.O.C.C. July 14, 1S75. 28n3ra MASTER COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. Ben.Dnrall'j Admr., pltff, 1 against Equity1.- Ben. Duvall's heirs. J All persons having claims against the estate of Benjamin Durall. deceased, are requested to" I produce tho same, properly proven, to the un dersigned, Master Commissioner of the Ohio Circuit Court, at his office in Hartlord, iiy.. on or before the 15th day of October next, or they will be forever barred. E. R. M LTRRELL, M.C.O.C.C. JuIyl4.1S75. 23n3m MASTER COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. Wni. Duke, sr.'s, Executor?, pltffr, " agaiast Equity. Wm. Duke, sr.'s, heirs, dfts. J Alt persons harins' claims against the estate I of Wm. Duke, sr., deceased, are requested to' produce the same, properly proren. to the un dersigned, Master Commissioner of th Ohio I Circuit Court, at his oSce in Hartford, Ky.. on , or before the lath day of October next, or they' win tie torevcr oarreu. E. P.. MURRELL, M.C.O.C.C. July 14. IS75. 28n3m MASTER COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. James II. Taylor's, Admr., pltff, against Equity. James II. Taylor's heirs, dfts. J AH persons having claims against the estate ef James II. Taylor, deceased, are requested produce tho same, property proven to the un dersigned, Master Commissioner of the Ohlor Cireait Court, at his office in Hirtford Ky. on or before tho 15th day of October next, or they will be forever liarred. E. R. MURRELL, M.C.O.C.C, Jutyll, 1S75. " ;"nrn.