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COUNTY DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. James Stuart, Judge, uf Owensboro. Hon. Jos. Haycraft, Attorney, Elizabcthtowa. A. L. MorUjn, Clerk, Hartford. U. R. Murrell, Master Commissioner, Hartford. T. J. Smith, Sheriff, Hartford. K. L. Wile, Jailer, HartforJ. Court begins on the aeeond Mondays in May and November, and continues four wesks each term. COUNTV- COURT. Hon. 17. I". Gregory, Judge, Hartford, dpt. Sim. K. Cox, Clerk, Hartford. J. P. Sandcrfer, Attorney, Hartford. Court begins on tho Erst Monday in every month. QUARTERLY COURT. Begins on the 3rd Mou Jays in Jauuary, April, July and October. COURT OF CLAIMS. Begim on the first Mondays in October and January. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. J. J. Leich, Assessor, Cromwell. G. Smith FiUhugh, Surveyor, Sulphur Springs. Thos. II. Boswell, Coroner, Sulphur Springs. W. L. Rowe, School Commissioner, Hartford. MAGISTRATES' COURTS. Caney District, No. 1. P. H.Alford, Justice, lull March 5, Jane 17, September 4, December IS. K. F.Tilford, Justice, held March IS, June 4, September 18, December 4. Cool Springs District, No. 2. A. X. Brown, Justic?, held March 3, June 13, September 2 I);c;raber 18. D. J. Wilcox, Justice, held Mar:h 13, June 2, September Ifi, December 2. Centerville District, No. 3. IV. P. Render, Justice, held March 31, June 14, September 30, December IS. T. S. Bsnnett, Justice, held March 16, Jane 23, September 13, December, 30. Bell's Store District, No. 4. Benj. Newton, Justice, March II, Juno 23, September 11, De csmber 27. S. Wood-vard, Justice, March 21, June 10, September 23, December 11. Forlsvilla District, No. S. C. IV. R. Cobb Justice, March 8, Jane 19, September 8, Decem ber 22. J. I.. Burton, Justice, March 2 J, Juuc 7, September 22, Dccstnbjr 8. Bllij District, No. G.1. S. MeElroy, March 9. June 21, Septembers, December 23 Jas Miller, Justice, March 22, Jure S, September 23, December 9. Hartford District, No. 7. Jno. P. Cooper, JuUice, March 13, June 23, September 14, De re tuber 29. A. B. Bennett, Justice, March 23, June II, Septeinbsr 27, December 13. Cromwell District, No. 8. Samuel Antin Justic.2, Mareb 27, June Iti, September 2.1 De eemb;r 1". Melrin Taylor, Justice, March 17, Jaue 31, September 17, December 31. Hartford District, No. 9. Thomas L. Allen, Justice, March 12, June 2t, September 13, De c mb;r 2d. Jno. M. Leaeh, Justice, March 2C, June 12, September 2S, D.-ccmbcr 11. Sulphur Spring District, No. 10. R. G. Weddiez, Justice, March 19, June 3, September 21, December 7. Jno. A. Bennett, Justice, March 6, June 18, September 7, December 21. Bartlctt District, No. II. VT. II. Cummin-, Justice, March 10, June 22, September 10, De cember 21. J. S. Yates, Justice, March 23, June 9, September 24. December 10. POLICE COURTS. Hartford F. P. Morgan, Judge, second Mon days in January, April, July and October. Beaver Dam. E. AV. Cooper, Judge, first Saturday in January, April, July an I October. Cromwell. A. P. Montague, Judge, first Tuesday in January, April, July and October. Ccralv. W. D. BarnarJ, Judge, last Sat urday in March, June, September and Decern Iier. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20. 1875. W. K. BONNEH, Local Editor. I'arliciilar Xoticc. All persons indebted to this office, will please call and par up, as wc are in urgent need of some money. Wc cannot run a newspaper without money, and hence wc are under the necessity of collecting as fast as amounts fall due. .Special Xollcc We have erased from our subscrip tion li t the names of all subscribers whose time lias expired. We hope thoj will al! renew. We will :.c:id Tnc Heiui.i from now until the ht of January next to any address for 40 cenLs. Address, enclosing the money, with name, poit-oflicc address, county and State, legibly written. Jxo. P. BarcettA: Co, Poiii.iiiers, Hartford, Ky. A ttplcntlifl Iiucsliiiciif. We will send the Farmer' Jfome J'mnia'., price S2 00 per year, and Tun H.urrroKi, Hkilvld, price 2 00 jer year, to the same address for the small turn of $3 00 per year. Send on the money and get both papers, licrch mast is very scarce. Old papers for sale at this office. W e arc glad to welcome toourniitUt Mr. Marion Slatcler and wife. Wc hear of some little tobacco that las been frot-bhtcii. GoKl has been dUcoverctl hi Macon countv, Missouri. Several sales of line stock were made bcre last week. AVild pigeons arc beginning to make their appearance in large quantities. Chestnuts have made their appear ance in this market. Col. C. T. Baird, of Frankfort, vis ited this place last week.. Have it m.ule to orilcr. We mean your new suit. on can save money by going to J. Winter & Co., Lou isville. Some unknown tliief roblieil the Alex ander House, ol Louisville, of the hum of 700 and other valuable3, a few nights since. Mr. I'owcrs, a reMtleiit ol Grayson county, has a whip-saw that Abraham Lincoln used when a hoy. Xow that the fair is over, what say our young people lor organizing a Mite Society? Miss Mamie, and iter urotiier G. B. William?, will represent Hartford at the Calhoon Fair this week. Bricklavers are in demand in the prosperous and wide-awake little city of Oweniboro. Mr. N. U. Tilford, of the Grayson County lltraU, was in town last week. He is making the Herald a live local paper. Tlic "epizootic" made its appearance here last week among fair stock, ;md prevented quite an amount from being exhibited. A little row was aroused last Wednesday evening in the lower end of town, but no one received any injii ries therefrom. Mr. llohert Campbell, of the Owcns- boro Monitor, is announced a a candi- dale for Assistant Clerk of the Ken tucky Senate. Why arc all the boarders at the Hartford House looking so robust and fleshy? Because they arc bcinvr Sbihl fed. Miss Betsy Andrews, the fir.-t white girl-child ever born in Frankfort, died in that city a lew tla'.s ago. one was lwrn in a house that then stood precise ly where the Yeoman ollicc now stands There was a foot race run at the fair grounds Friday evening, tho fastest runner being John Howley, running a distance of three hundred yards in HO seconds. Wc arc now prepared to furnish of ficers with all kinds of blanks, and prices as low as you can. buy them in I the cities. Hon. J. Hop Price, Judge of the Louisville Police Court, is lying dan gerously ill in that city. 'When on it rvfcsif iit to the city wc called tit the great Clothing Uoui-e of J. Winter & Co , corner 3d ami Market streets, and confess our surprise at the magnificence of the establishment, the pplendid quality of the clothing and their low prices. Miss PrudieBaird.acharming young lady of this place, has taken charge of the public .school at Mt. Moriah. Miss Prudic is a lady of rare intelligence, and we feel confident will give satisfac tion to her patrons. An Owcnsboro negro, who was deal ing in the "finny tribe" during the fair here List week, was heard auctioning off in this style late Saturday evening: 'Now ge'men, 1's offing twenty-five cents fur ten pounds of fish, and cf you find one that is unaffected, I gib you de whole pile for ntiflin." He wore a high top hat, and sported :i gold-headed cane, ami hailed from the social precinct of Beaver Dam. If he had not squeezed that gtrl'-i hand it the fair Saturday, he wouldn't have ;one home with his no-o lied up. He says he once thought it was funny to .-qucezc a girl .s hand but now he o letter. Judge to witness: "Does the Court understand you to say that you saw the editor ol the Hartford Hekald drunk?" "Oh, no; not at all, sir. I said I had seen him in such a confused state of mind as to try to write edito rial with the paste brush, that's all." F. P. Morgan, Police Judge of Hart ford, will issue warrants, distress war rants, writs of arrest, attachment, and other processes in good order and on short notice. Office over Ilardwick it Nail's dry goods store. I.ooh out Tor the IttI Mtirli. Subscribers who see a red mark on the margin of their paper near their names may know that iMr time has expired. We hope all nicii will renew at once. "We desire to return thanks to our correspondents for their punctuality in fiirnMiing us with the news from va rious portions of the county. Wo ex pect to ha absent next week, and will feel under renewed obligations if they will continue as in the pat. A com petent workman will he left in the of fice to attend to the wants of custo mers, and thoc needing job-work can have it executed in good style. I?iitiir.v. Do not forget that Dr. George 12. Stowers, one of the best dentists in the State, is in town, stopping at the Hart ford House. He has concluded to re main about a week longer. Those needii)r anvthiiis in the dental line hould call immediately. His work is warranted, and at very reasonable prices. On Wednesday morning last, Mr. Dick Porter, a well-known farmer ami stock man, residing about eight miles west of Leitchfield, on the Lcitchfield and Hartford road, was found near his own residence shot through the head, with his own pistol lying close by, where the deed had been committed. The supposition is that he suicided, al though no cause can be advanced for tho rash act. As yet the affair remains a complete mystery. !i.H;illoinlfI. One day lat week an old gentleman from the northern portion of the county about twenty-live miles from this place rode all the way to town to sec a "pin hack," thinking it was a new feature added to the fair. But when he was informed that it was a style of dra-s worn by the ladies, he was heard muttering something like this as he turned on his heel in disgust: Confound these 'ternal creters; tho next thing we hear of them doing will be their wearing of 'britches' that but ton up behind." . r . The contract for building our new jail has been awarded to Mr. Edgar Bennett, of Hardiusbtirg, Ky. He is to build us just such a jail as he built in Calhoon, except a little larger. It is to contain room for sixteen prisoners, and is to be complete with iron bed steads, heating apparatus, and all, for 310,000, to be paid in Ohio county bonds, bearing seven per cent per an num, payable within four years at the pleasure of the County Court. Mr. Bennett arrived in this place Sunday night, and will proceed with tho work in a short time. On the 13th int., B. B. Groom, of Thompson's, Station, Ky., (which is somewhere up in the Blue Grass countty), sold his Vinewood herd of Short-horn cattle at public auction. One cow brought ?17,i)00 00, and one bull brought $5,000 00, and the av enge price on seventy-three haul of cattle was 1,691,00. lit the name of Heaven, why don't the farmers and stock-raisers of Ohio county invest it little in fine rattle and get rid of their .-crub stock! It costs about as little to raUc a thoroughbred as a scrub, and when ready for market, it is wortli a field full of them. If one man is not able to introduce the thoroughbreds, form an association for that purpose. Itnn'l Soli ciu that Wny. An old white woolcd darkey, who looked as though he was one of those that had seen "General Washington" in the Revolutionary times, presented hitnclf at the ticket office window at Beaver Dam, and sang out in a creak ing voice: "I wants to git a 'scutsion ticket to Leitchfield to old John Rob msons show, cf you please salt." "Hand outyour money," says Colonel Doom. "I can git one dar and back, cant I?" "Yes," says the Colonel, "and one that is good for three day "Well, I want to pay for do ticket as I kum back. My son-in-law lives at Leitchfield, and he i-3 to pay 'spensCs forme to kum anil see 'em. Tho Hup 1VciIiio.Hf.Iiiy XiRlit. A giand hall was given by Mr. E L. Wi-e at the courthouse last Wed nesday night, with an attendance of about forty couples visitors included. Owenslwro, Elizabethtown, Greenville and other neighboring towns and cities being represented. The whole assem bly were in high spirit-i.nnil an enjoya ble occasion it was to till. Tin Eliza bethtown string band furnished music for the occasion, which was pro nounced by all to be magnificent. The dancing commenced about 9 o'clock, and a gay time one that will long be remembered continued until about 3 o'clock, a. in., when the crowd be gan to ,.-ml their way to their several homes, to dream over the few pleasant hours that had so swiftly glided awav, with the desire of mingling together in the same enjoyment before bidding adieu to our little town. We ac knowledge tho receipt of an invitation by the manager to attend, and very much regret our inability to do so. Tin; i:ilzu!ctlilv.ii Ihass Huml. We return our sincere thanks to the members of this band for the serenade given us lat week. The inuie was delightful, and wc have no words adequate to express our high appre ciation of it, or of the elegant gentlemen who compose the hand. Elections occur this year in the fol lowing order: Virginia, Nov. 2; Mary land, Nov. 2; Kansas Nov. 2; Massa chusetts Nov. 2; Mississippi, Nov. I; Minnesota, Nov. 2; Missouri, Nov. 2; New York, Nov. 2; New Jersey, Nov. 2; Pennsylvania, Nov. 2; Texas Dec. 7. On last Monday two men traveling up the Cloverport road met two young ladies, one the daughter of J. C. Bean the other the daughter of Felix Rober- son. 1 lie men stwKe to tnc young la dies and then made insulting and out rageous propositions to them, whereup on they became alarmel and fled to the school house near by where they were attending school. It is not pos itively known who they am, butcnough has been found out to warrant the jus tice of the district to issue a warrant of arrest for two men, and we hope they will bo secured and severely punished. The outrage is one of the vilest and meanest that can he conceived; no pun ishment in the whole catalogue found in the law books is too severe for men that attempt to decoy innocent, intelli gent, virtuous young girls from the path of rectitude and accomplish their ruin. Jisrrlusc License. The following is a list of the marriage license? issued since otir lnt report: C. C. White and Miss Mary J. Johucou. Lucian W. Ambrose and Miss Ellen Wallace. Felix Bolton and Miss Tobitha Curtis. John II. Hayncs and Mis.s Sallie Taylor and Mis.s Mary E. Phillips C. S, lgier. Bennett J. Petty and Miss Deborah C. Copnage. The Lock ami Dims. Wc called the attention of our read crs lat week to that old nuisance, the lock and dam, on Rough creek, ami suggested that all the able-bodied men of this county meet there on Monday, the 2oth of October, 175, and tear it out. We suggested that J. L. Collins boss the job. We have talked with Mr. Collins since then, and he says that he and Mr. R. A. Taylor will be glad to help all they can, as leaders or otherwise. Now, let everybody turn out on that day and make a clean sweep of it, and tear it out. Don't wait for each other, but all go, and go early, and work until the nuisance is removed. It will be almost impossi ble to float out any saw-logs, staves, hoop-poles, or lumber this winter, un less the dam is torn out before the high water comes, for a drift will form there, the like of which was never seen in old Rough. The Grand Lodge of the Indcpend cut Order of Good Templars of this State, held its twelfth annual session in Louisville last week. The following officers were elected and installed for the ensuing year: Rev Green Clay Smith, G. W. C. T., Frankfort. G. W. Bain, G. W. C. Louisville. Miss Alice Guinn, G. W. V. T. Ilopkinsvillo. N. F. Thompson, G. W. S. andT., Louisville. T. P. Kelley, G. W. A. S. Louis ville. J. B. Green, (J. W. M. Hustonville. Miss Nora Sibly, G. W. D. M. Sulphur. S. N. White, G. W, Chap., Hickman. J. S. Earlcyville, G- W. I. G. Blue Lick Springs. G. S. Black, G. W. O. G. Haync; ville. W. R. Bams, G. W. -Mess., Co: cord. Below wcgive the list of the appoint ments made by the Louisville confer ence of the Methodist Episcopal Charch, South, for the O iveiisboro dis - triet for the ensuing year: OWKNsUORO MsIIUCT E. 31. CROW, V Owcnsboro .Station .1. 1!. Cotlrell. Owensboro Circuit T. U. I'allin. Yt-lvington Wil.-on Williams. C'.ilhoon J. S. MeDanicl. Liverinore K. D. Bennett. Hartford W. W. Coolc. E. Whitesville E If. Morrison llatvesville S. II. Lovelace. Leivicport J. W. Tajlor, Cromwell Silas Newton. Cloverport J. S. Scobec. 1'onlsville Mission Supplied by W. F. Ford. Bro. B. A. Condiif, our former pas tor, goes to the Brandenburg circuit, and Bro. J. M. Iawson, our former prcsidingElder, goes to Jeflerson Street Church, Louisville, Kv. Bro. W. W. Cook, our new pa-tor, has already come among us and preached two excellent practical sermons oul.tit Sabbath. Dave Woodward, of color, who lives down on-the Livermore road, came here to mill on Saturday of last week-. Ho was detained late in get t'ng his gri-t and had to gohome in the night. On the way threa 111311 over took him, and stopped him on the road near J. C. C:nin!)2rl:ii:is, and would not let him go on. He asked them to let him go, as hi- family were sick and ho was anxious to get home. They refilled, and finally he determined to go on my how, and in trying to pas, o:ic of them shot him, inflicting a flesh Wound ill the ami. They then beat , him and t: impel him around consider crably, then let him go; btttsoon came - I upon him agiiiniiKirOhcdChapmaiis',,;,, Tho (cacher faVa hccan and assaulted hint severely. 1 Ie got away from theni, and took refuge in Chapman's house. They snapped their pistols at him again, and tried to shoot his dog, after which they went down the Livermore road. The negro thinks he knows who they are, and says they live in McLean county. They sdiould be ferreted out and se verely punished for such outrageous conduct. The negro thinks they were drinking some. 0:ir Fair. The eleventh annual fair of the Ohio County Agricultural and Mechanical Association commenced Tuesday of last week, and the first two days were poor ly attended, but a greater amount of stock was on the ground than has been known for several fairs past. Thurs day, Friday and Saturday, the citizens began to feel that a good time was go ing on, and began to come in crowds to witness the last ihrce day's proceed ings. Ju-t compliments were passed on the music, which was furnished by the Elizabethtown brass band, and cv- erybody seemed sorry to see them take their leave, for the members were so ciable, clever, nice gentlemen, and we think they gained tho good wishes and affections of many of our lair ones. The following named persons compose the band: Hugh M. Samuels, William Rowden, George W. Rihn, John Eck ard, Herman Christen, Ikio R. Sweets, James M. Rihn, Charles T. Warren, William Rihn, J. A. Coons, E. B. Wintersmith, and Thos. B. Carter Quite a number of visitors were in attendencc, coming from all quar ters, of which wc would like to make personal mention, but space forbids. Splendid order was enforced during the entire fair, and intoxi cated men were seldom seen. A number of amusements were on the ground, and everybody participated to their utmost financial ability. The fair was enjoyed by all, ami wo extend a cordial invitation to all to meet witli us again at the next annual meeting ot this associa tion. IsETTKK l'KO.U .'JCO.tI.YEI.1. Cromwell, Ky., Oct. 10, The readers of the Herald arc in formed that tho undersi'.'iicd has con sented to keep them posted in regard to the "doin3"in and about Cromwell. He proposes to furnish such only as he presumes they will appreciate, and that in a manner characterized by brevity and precision at least as much of this as tho matter considered will admit. He is himself fond of hearing "much in a little" and will judge hLs readers by himself, avoiding verbosity and rcdiindcncies to such extent as is consistent with clearness. It is the hope, too, of the writer, that in all his reports he may preserve the amicable relations to his neighlwrs and friends that he now sustains. The mercantile business in Crom well seems to lie on the increase, Our merchants have all lately received and put up largo stocks of goods, in dicative of a greater circulation of money and a stronger demand for va rious articles of import. Our German friends, Meudal & Kahn, have pur chased the largest and be.-t assorted lot of goods in the county. Wc arc told that the u.a'arial dis eases which have aflHctetl the people here and els2wherc for some time, are abatinjr, ami the general health is im- , proved. The physicians are ... ... i still 1 much employed, however. Mr. Wile, of town, has a grocery house nearly completed, opposite. Leach's drug store. We .-aw the other day a mule wear ing a yoke with the fender upwards. It was supposed the mu'e was dis posed, as many of its kind, to go iinilrr instead of over barriers. No injurious freeze has yet oecurcd in our neighborhood, although fro. t has appeared on several occa-ions. The weather ha been clear and pleas ant for some days past, except a few hours of clouds and light rain. Tin. ii.li.-i.-fii .-.-.in li.-ro I.. w ..rottv ' . ' '""-' well matured and quite all hou-ed. I I -T . n i Sehool opened here, Monday the 2d inst. under the management of Mr. Welborn. The attendencc has reached thirty-two. A large per cent, of the ' school patronage is kept ut home by ; TTTrj YOUR 3S."5fjE!"S, And Eye Glasses .ire Iho b-t for Tallin; si ht. Cat n1 p dished from the '-Re.il Stone." they are perfectly trrtnspirent (will cut t;l.ij like . li.un md). B-in lurHr than the sla, they receive a liner'pollsh anil always ratlin it. Ona pir cirefully suited t your ey"F '111 last n long"n five piirs of the bctt gl.m, besides preerving the-siht almost unimpaired : that lime. By our new ylein f r testing th" sigt, we arc enabled to ult oj sje sn fr r.itely that no injurious cftVrts vrlll follow. Ya repair Piect.i-l-' anil Kte Gl.w-es, and insert Pebbles or tho beat Glass I,rncs in ol I Train'.. sons who cannot call onus we send our new illustrated Price Liu n hichsh .w bow ti order. . ....a . . ...... rt . v. i. r.-iu.'.r.- . hi. o upiie.in'i Main St.. be. Sixth and Seventh (Louisville Hotel i!lm-k.) Lnnlsvil'r, Kv. i.i. ill iiimiilli'M l.niinn,iJnjiii.i iiiJiBtUMI.It!LSW:3rqilla.ail I summons a dozen pupUs with four names, although this is very conven ient to the pedagogue it is thought will induce some cmbarr.L-sment' to the lads and lasses on account of great" ambiguity and equivocation. The Green River packet (Evansville at present), has so far successfully made her semi-weekly trip?, leaving a great many articles for the stores at Cromwell. The Houston Coombs has made a trip within the last day or two down the river for coal. The river is now at low water mark, color bear ing a striking resemblance to the heavy foliage of the trees and impresses us strongly with the apj rapriateness of it name Green Rher. Messrs. E. O. Porter & Co. shipped two air loads of cattle to Louisville on the 10th iust. They arc all very ob liging men but we are afraid it they continuc the shipping business much longer that we will be left without beef. N. Roblew. A I.ittlc Jirl Oulrageil. We learn from what we deem relia ble authority that G. W. Russell, for merly of this county, but more recent ly of Daviess county, has been guilty of the heinous offence of committing a rape on a little, girl about nine years old. He was arrested and brought before the court, and ponding the ex amination trial ho feigned sickness, and the court adjourned the case from Saturday until Monday. On Monday proof was made that he was still sick and confiucd to his bed, and the case was continued until Saturday. On Wednesday night he lit out, leaving his father on his Iwnd for five hundred dollars. Since this case came up, sev eral other outrages of the same kind have come to light against him. It is supposed he has gone to Shelby county, Ky., where ho originally came from and where he has a sister living. His property was advertised for sale, and part of it sold on last Saturday, but his creditors attache 1 and stopped the sale. A man that can deliberately and wilfully commit such a deed is a devil, a fiend incarnate, and would have to repent before hewould be a fit subject for the hottest hell ever preached up by the most orthodox ministers. The crime of rape on an infant, under twelve years of age, is punishable with death or confinement in the penitenti ary for life. It is strange that the court let him ofl'on bail. He ought to have been placed in charge of an officer under a strong guard, and kept safe until his pretended sickness wcrjoftjand not given a chance to escape until his guilt or innocence was established to the satisfaction of the court. As it is.he is now at large, ready to prey on some other poor innocent that he may chance to get in his power. OHicers of the law should be held to a strict account for their negligence and bungling. We do not know that any of ficer was culpable in this case, but if wc have heard the facts, it seems to us that somebo.lv is guilty of laches. We hope our exchanges will ham Mr. G. W. Russell around, so tha eventually he may be brought to jus tice. Wis ilii noi niie to blow our own tr tupet so I welmve cnir.iccd our 'trintcr to do it for u. ! Tho likeness is striklnsly.if not entirely Irato. I t will be noticed that he is l.ljt.ing very bird, so much so th-it the photographer nceame aiaruie-i ior uin h.-i?iiu.iii', in ,, lh, ,,.infer ,il(nt imrst asunder and deroniwi everything within range, but the Tracy Jc JrMJti. work ttM hard. Thry cmM would not want H talked about. printer asurc,i mm inai no mum not mun vu "spectacles U ir li-l octl np' cMelci arc tir "Id lMN-pIs Ml.Nl.T D. JKlllNr.Y; SAM. C. 1I1I.L.. JIclirXKY & ATTORNEYS JkCOtJSSHLlOUS AT L..r- IIARTKCRD, KV.. Will practice in Ohio and sdjoinin;; cmtnllcs' and in tbe Court of ApH3 Is of Kentucky. 3-l ly. F. J 3IDRKA.Y. A T TOHXK V AT IA Wr iLvirrroiiu, icr. (Office west of courthouse over iranliriek & Nail's store. Will practice in inferior and' superior courts' of this commonwealth Special attention given to cases in bank ruptcy. PL. Morgan i slso examiner,, and wi r tale depositions ."rrecily will bo ready tu oougcau parties acall times. JOII.V O't'I.AIIKItTY. .1 TTO 11XE Y AT LA W, HARTFORD, KY", QvBcclloM rmnptly Attended tV Office on Market street, over Mauiv's tin hop. jau2ti ly JCs.SE E. FnCLK, Hartford, Ky. W.X. SWkESET, Owtusboro, Ky. I'OGI.E it SMXEXEY, AIT OR XE YS AT LA IF,. HARTFORD, KY. Will praclico their profession In Ohio ana adjoining counties and in tho Court or buccals. OCico on Market street.ncar courthousel JOII.V I. SAXtllETT, ATTORNEY AT LA Wr and Real Estate Agent, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Prompt attention eiven to-the collection r claims-. Will bur. sell, lease, or rent Linilj nr mineral privilege on reasonable terms. Wil write deeds, mortgages, leases, Jcc, and at tend to listing ami paying taxes on lands be- ungins to non-residents. JOH.V C. TOWSSESD. (Formerly County Judge,) ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice in aR tho courts of Ohi" eotrntr and the circuit courts of tho 3th judicial dis trict. I'.u iness solicited and prompt attention; guaranteed. E. I. WALKEff, E. C. HCBBaKD. WAIaKEit A IIU11I1ARD, A2T0RXEYS AT L AVT , iSD RE.tt. ESTATE aCEXTS, HARTPORD, KENTUCKY. not Is WM. K. GltKCOKV. (CoantT Judge.) A TTO R iVE Y AT L A 71, HARTFORD, KY. rrompt attention given lo the collcttion ot claims. OQce in 'he courthouse. J. F. t'OI.I.INS. DIALER IN GROCERI F.S, COFECTIONERIES, COUNTKY PRODUCE , Bought at . The HUjli&l MurM Price. Remember the place, west side publie sinaro opposite the court house, Hartford, Ky. nol ly. . - . Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN. HARTrORD, KY. Dealer in Drug-; jltdielnes ami Chemical, Fine Toilet Soaps, Fancy Hair and Tooth Bris'i c, perfumery nud Fancy T Ket Articles, Trusses antlShuuldcr Braces, Giirilt-n Seed. Pure Wines and I.i.uers for medical purposes TWoO, OUt, VcrH'ha, Dyc'Stt'jfi, I Letter-paper. Pen', Ink. TJnvetapes. Glas Putty, Carbon oil, Lamps and Chimneys. Physicians prescriptions accurately com pounded. U"l If WM. OEAVES, WM. T. COX. ETouse Carpenters We respectfully announce to the citizens of Hartrrd and Ohio eonnty. that wo ?o pre pared to ln House Carpentering. Furniture Re pairing, and any fcinri of Woo-r-wo.k, in short notice at reasonable tvimi. Shop in Mauiys old stand.