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ilHt I BlBUErrC.. FHbllilirr aTOIIX I n.VICItKTT, Kilitorv HARTFORD, OHIO IWNTY, KY. WEDNESDAY, HO X, 1S75. Iter. J. A. ffanfiihr7 prohibited from prcnchiiis in Ilnrlford. The Greenville District Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, held at No Creek, hut week, passed the fallowing preamble and resolutions: "Whereas, One 1 readier has no pastoral right ia any Icrritary other tlian that which is included within tiie lxjuixUof Ids own work, or that may be included within it, and especially in the territory which is embract d in the work of another, without the invitation of the pastor, thereof, and, Whereas, The Kev. J. A. Hum phrey, of the Kv. Conference of the Methodist Ej isccp il church, Scottvillff circuit, has violated tins right by making aud filling appointments with in the bounds of the work of Rev. It. G. Gardner, and without his consent; and without consulting him, lie being a member ot the same Conference, therefore, Revival Tlrat wcj the members of the Greenville District Conference of the Kv Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, regard this conduct ef this brother a violation of that urtcsy which is ever due from one Methodist preacher to another, and, Resolved, That if this brother con tinues or nersists in such a course, that the Presiding Elder, present a copy of tins paper to the Annual Lonfereuceat its next session at Newport, Ky. J. W. Couseucs, Silas Green; J. S. Hcoels, J. T. Pender, Mc. J. Davis. When Rev.- Mr; Humphrey left this wort, and was assigned to the Scott ville circuit, it suited him best to leave its family in this county, he having purchased a home for them near Hart ford. He U very popular as a preach er in Hartford, and generally draws larger audiences than any otner preach er has for a long time. A large num Tssrofour citizens petitioned Iffelast Annual Conference to return him to this circuit. When it was ascertained that he had been sent to Scottville, and learning that his family would re main here, and knowing that he would be back occasionally, the citizens pf Hartford earnestly solicited him to ar- Kmge-k seas to preach for us now and then, which' hzBasitf consented to do, making- his appointments on all the fifth Sundays that he could spare from other - work. Was there anything rong in this? If in filling these ap pointments here, he neglected his work in the Scottville circuit, then the brethren there had a right to complain, hut the murmurings come not from them. If Mr. H. had assumed a pas toral position over a church in Mr. Gardner's eiVcuk without his invitation or consent, and was receiving compen sation therefor that properly belonged to Mr. G., then he was acting wrong; but there is no church here of that de nomination, and Sir. H. was not of ficiating as a pastor to a church, hut only occasionally preaching to members of all churches and to many not mem bers of any church. If Mr. H. was preaching occasionally within the bounds of Mr. G's circuit, without his consent or approval, and such a thing is interdicted by the General or Annu al Conference, then he was acting Trrbng; but we have very good authori ty for saying that neither the Geueral or the Annual Conferences inhibited one preacher from occasionally preach ing k the bounds of the circuit of an other, even without his consent, and we have Mr. H.'s statement made here last Sabbath to the effect that Sir. Gardner was not objecting to his (H.'a) preach ing herer and opposed the action of the District Conference. As no complaint comes from Mr. H.' circuit about neglect of work there, and as Mr. G. is willing that Mr. H. preach hero in his (G.'s) circuit occa sionally, and opposed the resolutions prohibiting the same, and the citizens of Hartford, one and all, of every de nomination or ism, are anxious to hear Mr. II. preach, then where tlie neces tity of the passage of these resolutions; who is injured by the preaching of Mr. H? Will the Reverend gentlemen whose names appears at the foot of the resolu tions give us one good, valid reason for voting as they did ? Do they think the people of Hartford arc so pure, good and upright that they are not in need of preaching? If so, they had better resolve that it is not necessary for Mr. to preach here longer. Do they think Rev. Mr. Humphrey unworthy to preach? Then prefer charges :tgainst him and expel him from the -T)nfercnce. Do they think the peo pie of Hartford are beyond redemption, r the rcach of the Gospel, aud that such burning words of eloquence aud houl-stirring appeals as are delivered by 3Ir. H. arc as licarls cast before swine? And havc they given us over to hard ness of heart and rcprobacy of mind ? Then we quote the poet, who said ' "While the lamp hold out to burn The vilest sinner may return." We also refer them to the riptural injunction: "Judge not, lest ye be judged." Do they think Mr. H. is not a suitable man to pre-tcfi to us ? Then we say we prefer to judge of that mat ter otirseh'c Were they prompted to vole for the resolutions from any feeling of envy or jealousy, or was it from a pressure brought to bear by reason of a preju dice existing against Mr. H. by reasou of some trouble between him nnd tome of the members of No Creek church si year or so ago? Will the gentlemen please explain why they voted thus ? Was ft a blow at Mr. H., or the citi zens of Hartford ? We understand that Mr, H. was denied the privilege of ex plaining or being heard at all. The passing of tho resolutions without any complaint being made by those who had a right to complain, and against the wishes of Mr. G., and without giving Mr. H. a hearing or a chance to ex plain, is very strange indeed. Wc know that there was some trouble between Sir. H. and the No Creek church, but wc hope that no prejudice against him on that account was brought to bear upon the District Con ference to secure the adoption of these resolutions. We are not prepared, neither Lj it our province, to say who was right or wrong in that affair. The matter was taken up by the church authorities and was we presume fairly settled. We do not however know the result, nor does it make any difference, so for as the action ot the District Conference is con cerned, Mr. H. might have been in the wroug then, or he may not be all a mail ought to be, but one thing is certain: his preaching here has been productive of good, more good we be lieve, than any preacher has accom plished here for a long time. Sinners old and young, lukewarm Christians that scarcely ever attended church, all alike have become interested and turn out regularly to hear him. His ser mons are all practical, logical, sensible, and delivered in a very earnest, picas- ing manner. Will sonic one please give us a good reason for the action of the District Conference? If they acted thus without good cause, and did it through envy or jealousy or prejudice, or to satisfy a feeling of hatred toward Mr. H., or the citizens of this town, then we have no words suitable to ex press our condemnation of such a course. Wc may be wrong, wc may not have heard a true statement of the matter. If any of those gentlemen who voted for the resolutions desires to make a public explanation, or give a reason for their vote, we will not treat them as Sir. H. was treated, but give them a hearing through the columns of our paper. FKOH BE.1VEK DAM. Beaver Dam, Ky., Nov. 2. Tolerable cool thank you. Coon skins arc nominal. Wheat prospects are more flattering. Tobacco is declining, and holders re fuse to eell. Irish potatoes are worth GO cents per bushel. Green apples are selling for 50 cents per bushel. Whisky is worth ten cents a drink, and three drinks kill a man. A Hartford man rode through town the other day with a linen duster ou. 2,222 lawsuits are said to have origi nated in this place during the past twelve months. There is paid into the city fund something less than fifty dollars a day on dogs. Colonel Doom is moving his bed from the front to the rear part of the hotel, to keep from being disturbed at night by Hartford whisky. They have a new dining room at the Poyner House. Tom Stevens has opened a hotel. Sliss Gibson has an interesting school. We don't fehake any more out here. Applications for admission to the Slicawber school must be addressed to the president, George Cooper. The fellow who got mad at some thing wc said in our last letter, ought to read his bible more. Our telegraph operator carries a mirror in his pocket The L. P. & S. W. R. K., has rent ed a large number of engines and coal cars from the L. & N. R. R., and an immense amount of coal is being ship ped. We'll get that S7.500 lottery money in time for Christmas. Weaver Barnes has has the blues for a week, but is slowly recovering. Sir. allace Gruellc was in town the other morning. Harry Bridges was here last week selling the "Big Bonanza." Coal is licimr delivered at 7i cents per bu'lieL The liit-bound'pasenger train pass here at 5:05, a. m., instead of 3:45 a. m. as heretofore. The funeral of Sir, Richard Stevens was preached at Liberty last Sunday by Rev. Gabriel Bean. The storm hist Friday night did no great damage in this vicinity, dut dis turbed the slumber of a few sinners who imagined the world was rapidly closing up. Ben. Gray shipped a car load of fine cattle hist night. As there is some contention as to where the county jail shall be located, we propose to giyc the ground if they will locate it at this place. There was quite a number of people in town yesterday. Juno. letter nto.ii nixo.v. Dixon, Ky., Oct 30. Editor Herald. Inasmuch as Dixon has been adding to her popula tion, by a corresponding decrease in yours, I thought it might Iks of some interest to vourrcaders to let them hear from us. The addition to our town alluded to above, arc your former fellow citizens, Squire Mauzy and Prof. J. Ellis Ilaj'ncs. The Squire is. actively engaged in his business, making stovepipes and sealing hardware. He is doing a good business; in fact the Squire says he never did better. Our citizens arc well pleased with him, and consider him a No. 1 acquisition. Prof. J. Ellis Hayue3 has charge of the Dixon Academy. He began school with thirtysevcn pupils, he now has seventy-seven, with the pros pect of matriculating one hundred or more before the winter is over. The Prof, is just the right man in the right place. Dixon has needed just such a man for some time. Ho has entered into the amusements of tlie place with considerable zest. H6 has organized, and is now teaching a singing school, and from the progress his class has already made, we predict for it that it will become one of the first choirs in the State. He is a member in "good standing" of the Dixon Slite society, as well as of the Dixon Lyceum, an organization composed principally of the young lawyers of this place. We have known the Prof, for several years as the teacher of our County In stitutute; we expected a good teacher when we secured his services, and now have no hesitancy in saying that our expectations have been fully realized. , Dixon has a population of between 600 and 700 inhabitants stores, gro ceries, blacksmith shops, &c., Ac, in proportion. Our town has improved a good deal th is last season, notwith standing the hard times. Local Op tion reigns here supremely. We have raised the finest crops of corn and tobacco ever before raised in the county. But enough for this letter. Stac. FKO.lf Hl'KIXG LICK. SrniNo Lick, Ky., Nov. 1. We have had nothing to transnire in our little village for some time past to prevent us from pursuing the even tenor of our way. One of our esteemed citizens has been dangerously ill for nearly a week from a severe attack of congestion of the brain. The attcndinir iihvsician Dr. R. L. Rains, is hopeful now that he will eventually recover from his illness. The hoop-pole business at this point has again revived. Wc noticed sever al car loads were shipped last week, destined for Louisville. While on the train last week, wc had the good pleasure of taking our beloved friend Col. J. G. Ford by tho paw and give it a cordial shake. Wc were glad to sec the Colonel lookiug so handsome. It is not to be won dered at, when wc say all the ladies at Grayson Springs last- summer :iell in love with him during his sojourn among them. On the same train we met Sheriff Slidkiff, of Sluhlenburg county, who had in his charge three criminals elected by the Sluhlenburg Circuit Court on the charge of grand larceny. The corn crop in this section is pret ty well matured, and the farmers hereabouts are making arrangements preparatory for gathering the same. Circuit Court convened at Leitch- field last Slonday, with Judge James Stuart on the bench. Our efficient Circuit Court Clerk, Edwin Thomas, reports the docket for this term un usually large. The grand Jury was in session all last week, and compara tively few indictments were made out say about twenty; a majority of which were found against parties engaged in the liquor traffic. Hon. E. D. Walker, of your city, has been in attendance since the opening of court. Sir. Walker is conceded by all to be the most formidable lawjcr that practices at the Lcitchfield bar. His speech j last Friday in behalf of the Common-J wealth against Gray, for killing Nel son, at Grayson Spring, nlmut one year ago, was a mammoth effort, and evinced a thorough and complete knowledge of all the legal points bear ing upon the case. We de-sire, through the column of the Hekai.d, to return many thanks to "Juno" for the tlscof his dictionary. The reason we have to offer for not having written for some time past to the Herald is, that wc have lxsen af flicted with a disease which wc con tracted from "Juno" at the Taylor rc uuiun, and, -which, according to Col. Ford's diagnosis, is termed amitively. Excuse us, we forgot wc were writing without a dictionary. R. LKTTER fKO.1I CKOM.VEI.I Cromwell, Ky., Oct. 30. People are getting along quite satis- factory now in Cromwell. There seems enough commercial enterprise here for a town of such population. n. smau steamer ocarmg me name oi r ii E. i .i i Business put to land liere last week with a barge 'f stoneware, I have not learned -her success in trading. It is thought that, the blacksmith shops here are being patronized pretty largely.from the almost constant "ding, done," of the"anvils.' Farmers in this neighborhood arc about done sowing wheat and other email gram. . . . . 41 The1 school' here was increased by eight new pupils last' week. You r reporter was in Green ville,Ky. , last' Saturday,' and was told that the Circuit Court'which hadjust adjourned there, had sentenced' three male"persons of Sluhlenburg county to several years hard labor in the State prison. The parties were guilty of larcenj. Your Egyptian correspondent is "pitching into" American institutions at rather a desperate rate. His criti cisms arc captious and arc calculated to make it pretty warm for him by and-by. From his remarks on christi anity it appears that he is Pagan or Mohammedan. Sir. SI. L. Ward of SIorgantown,and deputy Sheriff of Butler county, called at my lodging on the night of the 24th and entertained me highly for some time with his conversation and compa ny. He gave mo a brief, but interest ing account of tlie canvass of last year for the county clerkship, pf Butler, where he made a lively race for that situation against Sir. Kelly, who out- rivalel him by.. only six votes. Rev. Mr. Shelton, a member of the Methodist church, and residing nt Bowling Green, preached to a small ,. . : , . ct , congregation in town lasi ounuav night. N. RonLEW. Kemt from All Points. The official returns of the Ohio election gives Hayes 5,519 majority. The loss by the Virginia City, Nevada fire is placed sit $8,000,000. X apace of ground three-fourths of a mile long by one-hall mile wide was burned. Great suffering will be the consequence, Sever al lives were lost. Five of the assassins of the Kev. John Ii. Stephens, American Missionary to Mexico, have been hanged. The murder occurred at AJiualulco in March, 1870, The crops of coffee and cocoa in Vene zuela will be abundaut. The Democratic candidate for Mayor of Baltimore was elected by a majority of 2,731. The Loader ' case is to be tried, and Mrs. Tiltou is to testify Let ua have rest. - The ekellcton of the great race horse Lexington ia to be securely wired nnd ecnt to Washington City, where it will be placed in the Siiiithsonian Institute. This is the first instance where a race liorfc has received such honors; but the dead sire of racers deserves it. The olaiigc'bropthis year isnbundant, and the probability is that this delicious fruit will ,be cheaper than it has been for several yenn, and growers intend shipping direct to agents, ia the East and West, and, thereby, do away with intermediate handling anumnnecessary expense. The Glasgow Times smells out another wonder, in the.thapc of anegress, whose face is ornamented with a full suit of whiskers. This woman lives in Hart county, and is the mother of one child.' A horse has just died in Fleming county aged forty years. Mr. T. It. Botts has - r. owned him for thirty-seven years. The small-pox' still prevails in Coving ton. Mrs. Kelly Crow of Xclson county, who died last week of congestive chills, weighed, at the time of her death, five hundred pounds. The Georgetown Times says, hogs in Hardin county are dying of cholera. The hog market in Nicholas county is active; sales have been made at 6 40 6 50. Cattle in the vicinity of Bowling Green are dying ol some disease unknowti to the farmers. Last week, nt Hockettstown, New Jersey, John Hitter, in a fit of drunken ness, shot and killed his two children, aged live and 6cven years, and then at tempted to kill himbclf by shooting in the head. Ilia wife escaped with her life by fleeing the house. T1IF. CROW IIOUNK, Opposite tho Courthouse IMBTI-OXD, KV. JOHN S. VAlMIir PaoriuBTi.it. Comfortable room, prompt attention, anil low prices. Tho traveling public are respect fully invited to giro us a share of patronage. Every exertion inadcto render guests comfort able. STAGE Lisa. Mr. Vaught will continue tho Ktago twice a lay between llartfonl an'l ISu.tver D im. morn ing ami evening, connecting with all passen ger trains on the L. 1. A Southwestern rail road. 1'assengers set down wherever they de- tire nol lv CAPTAIN N. BEN. PECK, Willi GARMER & 00., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Dealers in Tobaccos And Com. Merchants, No. 190, Slain St: bet. Fifth & Sixth, LOTTISVILLE, KY- HOUSE AND I0T FOR RENT. I desire to rent lny house and lot in'tho town of Hartford. Will make reasonable terms to a good tenant, for further informati n inquire oi me nnucmgneu, or Jonn r. isarrett. Judah A. Harrison. Hartford Ky., October 6th, 1875. NETI I T11U.MAM o Xj o o k: s . If you want a good clock at a moderate price, send for our new illustrated Price list of Jseth Thomas clocks. Clocks securely pasked nnu lent to any address nt our risk on receipt of price and fifty cents additional for express enarges. .Honey may nc sent sarely by regis tcrcd letter or express. Jewelers.Main st.,bt. 6th &7th,Louisviflc.Ky. FIRST New Goods OF TUB. 1ST, Wn. H. WIM.I.1MH, HARTFORD, KY. Takes pleasnro in nnnnnncing to the citizen of Ilartfoid and Ohio county that ho is Receiving Daily, THE LATEST NOVELTIES IK DRY GOODS, Genu' and Boys' Clothing, ats, Caps , BOOTS & SHOES, Hardware.Queensware. Staple and FANCY GROCERIES, Aljo dealer in Leaf Tobacco, I will sell very low for cash, or exchange for all kinds of country produce. My motto is "Uuick sales an-', small prouts. nol jy MASTER COMMISSIONER'S NO TICE. James II. Taylor's, Admr., pltff,') against Equity. James II. Taylor's heirs, dfts. J AH perons baring claims against the estate of James II. Taylor, deceased, aro requested produce the same, properly proven to tho un dersigned, Master Commissioner of tho Ohio Circuit Court, at hi; offico in Iltrtfurd Ky., on or before tho 15th day of October next, or they will bo forever barred. E. R. MURUELL, M.C.O.C.C. July 11,1875. 28n3m MENDEL & KAHN, CROMWELL, KY., Wholesale and retail dealers in Staple & Fancy Dry Goods, GROCERIES, CLOTHING, Boots c3 Shoos, And everything usually kept in wcll-regulatd mercantile) establishments. Ther buy their goods for CASH and get them at BOTTOM l'llIUbs, hence they aro enabled, by doing an EXCLUSIVELY CASH business, to undersell any houso in Ohio couny MC T7" will take this occasion to no- iJ XXe tify the farmers of Ohio and Duller counties, that they are largo and con stant buyer; of COUNTRY PRODUCE. of all descriptions, for which they pay tho very highest markot prices. They also do the larg est TOBAOOO purchasing business in the county, always pay ing higher prices, IN CASH, than anybody else. They ask a ihiro of public patronage. WJI. llKIriCK, X. T. .NALI.. II.VKnlCK A N.VI.I., DEALERS IX DnY U00D5, GROCERIES. HATS, CAPS, HOOTS. SHOES, HARDWARE, QUUEVSWARE, Ac, Which wo will sell low for cash, or exchange forcountry pro lm-3, paying tho highest market prico. nol Ij XEW ADVERTISEMENTS. HARTFORD 31 ALE FEMALE SEMINARY. The next Session uftWs Institution will com mence on the First Jloiuliiy In Nrpfrmbrr, 1S73. an J continue Twenty-two Weeks, under the charge or JIAM OMI McI.VTYnB, A. n.. Weil by competent Assistants. One-half of mo tuition u will b due at tho middle of tho session, and the other half at tho close. TKT.MS PER SESSION: I'rimary .... 4111.01 -Higher Ennliih. S20.00 Junior 13.00 Latin 3c Greek. 25.00 inciueniai ice, to oa paid in advance, $1. Special attention paid to fitinz bovs for Col lege. Hoard can bs obtained at from Ji.il) to $3,00 a week.. For further information apply iu tun principal, or tome umiersrgneu. ni.j-j saji, ti. HILL, Trustee. 500,000 WHITE OAK STAVES AND IIEADINO wanted. For further Information addresr D0RSEY. HENRY Jt CO , 14 and Delaware, Louisvillrj, Ky, Reference: Jno. P. Barrett, J. W. Lewis, iianioru,-Ky. RUFER'S HOTEL AND (EUROPEAN PLAN.) OVES DAY AND SIGHT. ROOMS AT ONE DOLLAR A DAY Fifth St. bet. Main and Market, LOUISVILLE, KY, n35-3ia JUST FROM THE EAST! E. SMALL with his mammoth stock of Fall and Winter goods, consisting in part of DRY GOODS Men & Boys Glolliing! BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, BLANKETS, COMFORTS, ani LADIES FCRS. AUo tho largest assortment of Ever brought to this market, all of which lie oilers at lower prices than ever before, IMLini nexry G-oods of every description are always kept on nana. INT. GB. -The -very. l)iglip?it market price will be paid for feathers, hides dried Inut, iurs cvc. bBtinCM. Stid hrMr w i nostra itn I'riet JL.UU ffriMV ru iti,..u'.l.L.7 Seth Thomas Clnckf, Liie titUwamnUd. Cauda le-i trtjvrnt C. O.D..tiect. Of dcir4), to ax-mi BAtio U4 INiNTll fctftrt Hfill, T II K INDIANAPOLIS SUN. Tho Jeadjng ISVEPEXDEXT V.EFOMI WEEKLY political newspaper in the United . . .i i i . . . . . ouic, iuo Bpcviai advocate oi toe intereju o Labor as against Combined CanitahLeral Ten der Paper Money as airainit Bank Im ami the Gold Basis Fallacy; and the Interchange- iuis turrciicy ioau as against toe High Uold Interest Bond. Tho SUN has a corps pf able correspondents among the clearest and most .rofuasd thinkers of the country. Miscellany of the choicest selection, adapted to all classes of readers. Terms, $1.75 per year, postpaid. Sample copies sent free on application. Address, iNBIiNMlroLIS SCX CoMPaST, ImlittHt'jtvli; Intl. JOHX P. TRACY fc SOW UNDERTAKERS, HARTFORD. KY. Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of wooden coffins, (rum the finest roso wood casket to ine cnenpest pauper coffin. All kinds of coffin trimmings 'eons'tanlly on hand and for sale. Keen a fino hearso alwav ritrtv tn mi..,! r. t. " Wagons and Buggies, constantly on hand or made to order. Partic mar attention given to plow stocking. fou iy IV. II. MACZr. itritEU UUKT. MATJZY & HURT, UNDERTAKERS, Hartford, Kentucky. Manufacturers anil dealers in all kinds or w uoden coffins, burial cases and caskets at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. All kinds of coffin trimmings on hand and fur sale cheaper than zny house in town. General Wood Workers. We are also prepared to do all kinds of wood work, such as making and repairing wagons, buggies, ia., on short notice and in as good style and at as low prices as our Granger friends could ask. Wo desire your patronage, and guarantee titisfaction. MAUZY & HURT. nAILBOAU TiMSytATlUD I.oiilirlllr. ln1uili a.- Soul Itwmtrrn The down train fur Pariueah leaves Louis lle.'dailr exeent Sundav'at S-r.u ...... rives at Cceilian Junction at 11:25 a.m. 12:25 p. to. 12:37 " 1:15 2:15 Sj2 4:10 (Irayson Springs at Le itcnneld at Millwood at (Dinner) nearer xjdva at Rockport at Owensbon Junetion at lireenvillo Nortoaville Junetion at Paducah at The UD train far T-nniarllu '-j . 9:10 daily except Sunoayat 4 a. m.and arrives at Nortonvillo Jnietinn at ftreenville-at -A0 a. ta. 8:55 :IJ " 3:15 10:15 " 12:10 p. m. It25 12.-15 " 1:45 " weniboro Junction at Rockport at Beaver Dam at Leichfiotd at 1 Grayson Springs BigCliflyat (Dinner) Louuriile at miian unction at 4:35 Noutheru Kxnrrw. This train teak rlh v . tonvillo with the Stimuli and Southeastern for Nashville, and pasjengfjs.go on to-tbe latter city without Chang? pf,eaf u . Sleepiag ears and reclining ehaironthejV trains. ii " h 00-7tu'-1 6:00 P " arrives at Cecilian- Junction at Leitcpfield at , Caneyville at Beaver Dam at , Rockport at'"""' Owensboro Junction at Greenville at" Nortonvilla . -. 8:4 p in 9M " 10- rs -11:05 11- 30 ' ll;55 ' 12:15 " 1:05am s-4:4J - Paducahat Leaves I-a'ducah at 9(4d n ra and arrives at Norton ille at ' Ureenville ai , ---Owensboro Junction at 1:45 a m 2.-40 " i.i:0 " 3.45 " 4:50 " S.-IS " C.-20 Beaver Dam at , , Caneyville af ' LeitehSeM' ' Cseilian Junction at Louisville at Hartford I. EeaTerDatnjr stage Hne twice a daj. Tbsifl trlintlnnfisni wit-It 1711- .1 .-a Ceeeliaa; -wttb Owensboro .at 0ronsbor I 1 1 n 1 1 r. .1 t 1 . 1. n ... ... , l ... . t,rn.Tie, uen jerson ana NashvilIefTortinville.' '-1 " D. F. Whitcosii, Superintendent. ,. - ErnnvjTlllcp.v-cnilMsro fchvlll. The Mail an Amiminn.l.i;M.i'. ...... !y tho following time-table: Leavea "j MAIL. Arrives. . oo f n 7J5 " 7.27 7.16 " 7.05 G.55 " 6.45 6.40 " .2S " 6.17 " S.57 1 V.45 5.40 Owensboro at 6.00 a m Sutherland a Orow's ' ,l 8.23 63f, '" 6A$'- ' 7.1)0. 7.10 " 7.20 " " 7.25' " ' 7M - ,7 43 '-. Lewis Rilry's Tichenor'a Livermore D. Livermoro Island Stroud's .. S. Carmlllon 8 -OS L.P.iS.W.Cros'g 8.24 L.P.43.W.Dtpv 8.25 ' lrcoiaoDiTioV X.aT " Arrives 12.00 a ra - 11.24 -J.I.I4 ' 11.00 '-1H.46 ln.32 " . J0.18 -1CI.1Z 9J8 " .44 .2tl J.95 Owensboro t Sutherland's - f.oo ptA;. Crow'i Lewis' Rilev's 2.48 . 3.02 '" ' 3.16 " 3--.0-" -3.44 3 49 " 4T02 4 17 " Tichenor's Livermore D. Livermoro IiUnd Slrnild'a S. Carrolltnn L.l..tS.W.Cr'g 4,35 I. P.'.M W Ti.r,- 1 nn v.o Trains run dailj Sundays rxrtnted. K. S; TRU'KETT, ten! Manager. HARTFORD 1,0MB, SOJJH,- I. O. iJ. T. . -MeeUregularly every Thursday' evening ia Tatlur'a IUII., rT,tflHirtv,V.ra 'ot tho Order are cordially inritrd to attends - ' B. P.BKR'RYMAS; W.C.T. . TVntiit LnMrl';Sry. " aw a 1 Plain solid 18-kt. Gold'- EngagemeLt and Wedding Rings furnished to order promptly; also Set Rings, with Aiaethit.-tlarnei. Topai, Moss Agate, Pearl or Dimuon-i saltings. Plain Uol'd 18-k't. Rings from $3 tol5 each. Iu or dering, measure the largest' joint of the fingrr you desire fitted -with narruw piece of piper, and send us tho paper. We inscribe any-namr, motto, or date free of charge. "Rings sent by mail on receipt of 'price, or by express, with bill to collect on. delivery or good. Money may bo sent safely by Exprrss, Post-office Money Order, or Registered Letter. Refer to George IV. Bain. C.'P. BAR3ftSw4Bro Jewelers, Main st.,tt. 0th i7th, Louisville. Ky jas a.TUOxa, . oko. a. jtuitx. JAM. A. THOMAS & CO. HARTFORD, KT. Dealers in staplo and fancy DRY G00HS, Notions, Fancy Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps! A Urge assortment of Ihcso goods kept constantly on hand, and will, be sold at the very lowest cash price. ..nollr ... MASTER COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. Gabriel Acton's Admrs, pills,') against V Gabriel Acton's heirs, defts. J Equity. All persons' having claims against the estate of Gabriel Acton, deceased-,- aro requested tv produce the same, properly proven, to tho un dersigned, Marter Commissioner' of the Ohio Circuit Court, at his office in Hartford-, Ky., on or before the 15th day of October next, or they will be forever barred. T'"' E. R.MURRELE?M,C.O:C.C. July 14, 1875. . 2Sn3a- SEWING MACHINES. : o : Tho undersigned wootj respettfniry aiv nounce to tho.Ladua of HARTFORD and VICINITY, that they can have their . Sewing Macsliines properly adjusted, at any time, and on rea sooablo terms, by leaving them at tho CROW HOUSE, IN HARTFORD; DAVID L. B ABXETTS. BUCK HORS. I will also exchange aiw Weed or Semiig ton machines for second-hand" machines of any kind. , - I have on band a few second-hand di chines, in good order, for sale-Very. low. J. F. RICE. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. A. P. Baird's Admr. Plaintiff. 1 Against. (Equity A. P. Baird's Heirs, Defendant J All persons having claims again,, the es tate ot Allison Porter Bafrd, deceased, aro re quested, to produce the same, properly proven, to the unuersigned Master Commissioner of the Ohio Circuit Court, at bis office ia Hart ford, Kentu-iky. on or before tho 1st day of November, next, or they will bo hatred. E. R. MURRELL, M. C.O.C- C. O:t.:0th-,1S75.