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. Weattter Sign. The alitor of the Gallatin (Tennes oe) Ertminer contributes theiblloviug tb'tlle large stock of weather signs : "For more than tweuty-five years ire have known n fign by which to de tf rraino 0o probability of rain for that day, which we have not seen fail in a tingle instance, nnd we publiih it that others may verify its certainty, if they choose. Go nut early in the morning, in the .epring, summer and fall, and Jf spiders have, over night, woven their fresh webs over the grass and about the bushes and fence?, set it down for a fair day, even if it looks like rain will pour down in five minutes. The in- tinct of the spider never fools them. They are wiser and surer than General Myers and all lils calculations of prob abilities. A knowledge of this fact may be a sure guide to the farmer as to his day's work." Is the winter of life, when the gaudy flower of personal beauty are nipped by the "rude breathing" of age; when the luster of the blue eye is dimmed, and the bloom of rosy cheeks is fled, bow fallen then will be the unmarried woman who has not resources in the frcasury of knowledge ; she will remain a tyrant without power, a prey to envy and remorse. A woman of intellectual accomplishments, on the contrary, in . tho evening of life, will draw at the fountain of the graces the limpid bal sam of literary knowledge diffuse the pleasure of instruction to her children, and illuminate, by her cheerful con versation, all who ore circled within the attractive, sphere of eociety in which she move. Beauty is as fleeting and fragile as the bloom of an exotic flower, blown under the influence of a northern breeze. Education alone is a towering oak that defies the tempest of years. A Tratbfel Sketch. Let a man fail in business, what an effect it" has on his former credit ors! 3Ien who have taken him by the 'arm, laughed and chatted with hira by the hour, shrug their should- rs and pass on with a cold, "How do you do?" Every trifle of a bill is hunted up and 'presented that would not have eeea the light for months to come, but for the misfortunes of the debtor. If it is paid, well and good ; if not, the scowl of the shcrh. perhaps, meets him at the -corner. A man that has never failed knows but little of human nature. In prosperity he sails along gently, wafted by favoring smiles and kind vords from everybody. He prides himself on his name and spotless char acter, and makes his boast that he 'has no enemy in the world. Alas, the change! He looks at the world in a different light when reverses come npon him. He reads suspicion on ev cry brow. He hardly knows how to move or to do this thing or the other, J. hero are spies about him, a writ ready for his back. To know of what kind of stuff . the world is made, a person must be unfortunate, and stop paying once in his lifetime. If he has kind friends, then they are made mani fest. A man thus lea ma that words and pretended good will are not and do not constitute real friendship. Sleeping Flowers. Almost all the flowers sleep during the night The marigold 'goes to bed with thesun, and with him rises weep ing. Many plants are so sensitive that they close their leaves during the pas sage of a cloud. The dandelion opens at five or six in the evening. The goat's beard " wakes at three in the morning and shdts at five or six in the evening. The English daisy shuts up Its blossoms in the evening, and opens its "day's eyes" to meet the early beams of the morning sun. The crocus, tulips andmany others close their eyes at dif ferent hours toward the evening. Tho ivy leaved lettuce opens at eight in the morning and closes forever at four in the afternoon. Tho night-blooming nercus turns night into day. It begins to expand itsniagnificcntswcetscented blossoms in the twilight; it is full blown at midnight and closes, never to open again, with the dawn of day. In a clover field not a leaf opens till after iunrise. Those plants which seem to be awake all night have been called tho "bats and owls of tho vegetable kingdom." Southern Gullhutor. Variety. A bad gauge for railroads mort gage. A bitter dLajtcr- losing money on bops The Golden Rule is just an opposite one from thcrnle of gold Success is one of the few things which the world never laughs at Resting when one is not tired is a luxury which only lazy people can en joy. Prof. Haydcu has found the best uality of cod in Colorado, andiron in I qtit quantities. j Long Word. "Rob," said Tom,' which? is the most dangerous word to pronounce fit the English language ?" "Don't know," Eaid Rob, "unless it is a swearing word." "Pooh!" said Tom, "it's stumbled, because you are sure to get a tumble between the first and the last letter." ".Ha! Ha!" said Rob, "Now I have one for you. I found it one day in the paper. "Which is the longest word in the English language ?' ".Valtitudiuarianism," answered Tom promptly. "No, sir; it's smiles, because there's a whole mile between the first and last lelter." "Ho 1 Ho !" said Tom, "that's no thing. I know a word that has over three miles between its beginning and ending." "What is that?" asked Rob, faintly. "Be&w'ued," said Tom. The briefest expression is generally the strongest and best. Take the old ballads of an' people, and you will find few adjectives. The singer says, "He laughed ; she wept," Perhaps the poet of a more civilized ago might say, "He laughed in scorn ; she turned away and shed tears of disappointment" Cut nowa-days the ambitious young writer must produce something like this: "A hard, fiendish laugh, scornful and piti less, forced its passage through his throat, through the lips that curled in mockery of her appeal ; she covered her despairing face, and a gust and whirlwind of sorrowing agony burst forth in her irresistible tears, Tire common burden of humanity, which we have all to bear more or less, must be heaviest in thoso whose mental powers ore the earliest and the most widely unfolded. 7e may grow up under the sheltering care of parents and kindred ; we may lean on parents and friends; we may be amused by acquaintances ; we may be made happy by those we love yet to this conclu sion do wo come at last, that man is turned back on himself. Goethe. "You have been here a long time, I suppose?" said a traveler to an old hunter in Oregon. "You may swear I have," and then pointing out to Mount Hood, he. continued : "You see that mountain there? Well, sir, when first came to this country that mount ain was a hole in the ground." Theodora Parker married in April, 1836,MissLydiaD. Cabot onlydaugh ter of John Cabot, of Newton, with whom he had plighted troth five years previously. The following resolutions are entered in his journal on his wed' dbg day: 1. Never, except for the best of causes, to oppose my wife's will. 2. To discharge all services for her sake freely. 3. Never to scold. 4. Never to look cross at her. 5. Never to weary her with com mands. 6. To promote her piety. 7. To bear her burdens. 8. To overlook her foibles. 9. To love, cherish and ever defend her. 10. To remember her always most affectionately in my prayers; thus, God willing, we shall bo blessed. A very religious old lady, being ask ed her opinion of the organof a church the first time she had ever seen or heard one, replied: "It is a pretty box of whistles, but it is an awful way to spend the Sabbath !" When a Nevada photographer wants to .make a good picture, ho puts the sitter in bis place, pulls out a navy re volver, cocks it, levels it at the man's head, and says, "Now, jist you sit per fectly still, and dont move a hair; put on a calm, pleasant expression of coun tenance, and look right into the muzzle of this revolver, or I'll blow the top of your head off. My reputation as an artist is at stake, and I don't want any nonsence about this picture." Tall and bulky p eople require more sleep than thin people. In a state of health, the amount of sleep required to restore tho nervous energy averages from six to eight hours. Sleep on the right side and eat nothing heavy bio fore retiring. Ai'OungEter, while perusing a chap ter of Genesis, turning to his mother, inquired whether the people of these days "used to do the sums on the ground." Ho accounted for his quos tion by reading tho passage, "And the sons of men multiplied upon the face of the earth." The most laconic will on record is that of a man who died in 1769. It runs thus "I have -nothing; I owe a great deal the rest I give to the poor, Tho Detroit Free Press says when an old veteran in Cairo was asked to split bis vote he inquired: "How could I face tbe Judement Day with them anccls knowin" .that I'd gone back on the Denis ocratic parly THE CBOW ITOUME, Opposite the Courthouse , HABTFOBD, ST. joiin e. VAuanx pbo-ehto. Comfortable room-, prompt attention, and iVnriHi. Thn trawalin. tnM:.n fully invited to give ns a share of patronage. Aver v:icrfciuB uauo to rentier guests comiori- STAGE LI.VE. Mr. Taught trill continue the ataze twtco a day betweenjlsrtford and Bearer Dam. morn ing and eveningconnecting with all passen ger traim on tbo L. P, fc Southwestern rail road. Passengera set down wherever they do sire not lv CAPTAIN N. BEN. PECK, WITH GABDltEfi A 00., Wholesale grocers, Dealers in Tobaccos .And Com. iVTer chants. No. 19G, Main St bet Fifth & Sixth, LOUISVILLE, KY- HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. I desire to rent mj house and lot in the town of Uartford. Will make reasonable terms to a pood tenant. For further information inquire oi me undersigned, or jonn r. Barrett. , Judah A. Harrison narUSfaivy., October Oth, 1875. 8ETH THOMAS OLOOKS. If you want a eood clock at a moderate price, tend for oar new illustrated price lilt of Seth Thomas clocks. Clocks securely packed and sent to any address at oar risk on receipt of price and fifty cents additional for express charges. Money may be sent safely by regis tered letter or express. C. P. BARNES BRO., Jewelers.Uain sL, bt. 6th A 7th, Louisville. Ky. FIRST New Goods OFTHE. SEASON, WM. BT. WIIXIAJIS, . HARTFORD, KY. Takes pleasure in announcing to the eitixen of Uartford and Ohio county that he is Receiving Daily, THE LATEST .NOVELTIES v IN . DRY GOODS, Gents' and Boys' Clothing, Hats, 0LXJS BOOTS & SHOES, Hardware.Queensware. Staple and FANCY GROCERIES; Also dealer in Leaf Tobacco, I will sell very low for cash, or exchange for all kinds of country produce. My motto Is "Quick sales an small profits." nol ly MASTER COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. James H. Taylor's, Adinr., pltff,! against f Equity. James II. Taylor's heirs, dfts. j All persons having claims against the estate of James H. Taylor, deceased, are requested prodnco the same, properly proven to the un dersigned, Master Commissioner of the Ohio Circuit Court, at hit office in Hartford Ky., on or before the 15th day of October text, or they will be forever barred. E. R. MURRELL, M.C.O.C.C. July 11,1875. 28n3m MENDEL & KAHN, CROMWELL, KY., Wholesale and retail dealers in Staple & Fancy Dry Goods, GROCERIES, Boots srfc Slioos, And everything usually kept in well-regulated mercantile stablishmonts. They buy their goods for CASH and get them at BOTTOM PRICES, hence they aro enabled, by doing an EXCLUSIVELY CASH business, to undersoil any house in Ohio couny MC Z will tako this occasion to no- (Xj -IX. tify the farmers of Ohio and Butler counties, that they aro large and con. stant buyjers of COUNTRY PRODUCE. of all descriptions, for which they pay the very highest market prices. They also do the larg est TOBACCO purchasing business In tbe county, always pay ing higher prices, IN CASH, than anybody elf. They ask a share of public patronage. 1 33-im Wit. HIEdWci, A. T. JliLL. HA.KDHICK A PKALCRS Iff DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. HATS, CArS BOOTH, SHOES, II AKDWARK, QUHEXSWARE, Ac. Which we will sell low for cash, or exchanee for country produce, paying the highest market price, nol ly EEMHfGTON. WHAT A KICE CHRISTMAS PRESENT for my Wife, Daughter, Sister, or Mothtr,tbe noiseless, light running Remington SEWING MACHINE, the latest improved Machine in the market will sew from the finest gossamer to the heaviest solo leather, with all Ease and Perfection. Every machine we sell is fully warranted for five years, and by. one .f the best Companies in Ameriea. cnouu any macnine lall to give the most perfect satisfaction to the purchaser, we will REFUND THE MONEY TAKE BACK THE MACHINE. Every machine we sell, or have sold, is sold npon this guarantee, and oat of hnndreds sold; and now being sold on a largely Increased de mand, -not a SINGLE MACHINE has been returned to ns: but, on the contrary. each machine sold helps to swell the demand. AU who try tbe Jttemington, pronounce it SUPERIOR IN EVERY HESPECT to any machine in the market Any person owning a Rewjng Machine which Is noisy, worn out, or does not do the work required, will find it to their advantage to send us a description oi their macnine, ana get our LIBERAL TERMS ov EXCHANGE for tbe light running Remmlogton. We have recently eome to Hartford, and expect to remain here, until every faml'y in Ohio aud-adjoining eonnties Is supplied with a Sewing Machine; bat do not wait for as to canvass and hunt you nr. but send in tout orders for machines, and they will be promptly attended to. No pains will be spared in instructing parties who bay machines. Machines can be bought on month ly or quarterly installments. Patrons will pleaso write under Seal ol your Grango for cir cular and special terms, as agreed upon by the Executive Committee of Kentucky and Tenn essee State Oranges. Liberal discounts to Farmers; clubs, and all cash pnrchasers. All and examineour Machine. We will take pleas. uro In showing you it, whether you wishto boy or not. Please address J. W. SUTTON, Agent at Hartford for Ohio and adjoining; counties. vln47y We do not like to blow our own trumpet so we have engaged our printer to doit for us The likeness is strikingly, if not entirely accu rate. It will be noticed that he is blowing very hard, so much so that the photographer became aiarmea lor nis personal sal ty, rear ing that tbe printer might burst asunder and aemoiisn everything wumn range, but tne printer assured him that he could not blow on Tracy k Son's work too hard. They conld stand a great deal of wind, and in that he was right. If our work will not bear examination no would not want It talked about. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. HARTFORD HOUSE, Tj, J. LYON, iPropr. HARTFORD, KY. :o: ;o: I have recently rented tbe above Houso, and have furnished it In elegant style, and com mercial men will find it to their .advantage tc stop with me, as the Is situated in the business portion of town. Niee'rooms can bo'furnished in'which to dis play their samples. My table will at alt times be provided with tbe best eating the market affords, and every attention will bo paid to tbc-se who may please to give me their patronage. A Good Feed Stable Is connected with the House, and stock oan be well provided for. Respectfully; L.J.LYON. BIBLES AND TESTAMENTS -:AT COST:: A handsome assortment of Bibles and Testa ments from tho American Bible Society in the Depository at V. P. AddisQtom's. These books are sold at actual cost, and no one need be without the Scripture, as be has CheapjBibles for Donation to those not able to buy. Call and examine them. BIG CLIFTY HOTEL, BIG CLIFTY, KY. This hotctis situated on the Louisville, Pad ucah and Southwestern Rail Road, and the day train from l'aducah to Louisville stops here for dinner. Ample time is given passengers to eat, and a first-class dinner is furnished for only SO cents. SAMUEL GOODMAN, Prop. MILLWOOD HOTEL, MILLWOOD, KY. H. K. WELLS, - - - Propr. :o o: The day train from Louisville to Paducah stops for dinner at this place. Passengers will find a good dinner for the small sum of 50cts. The trains stop long enotgk ta give passen gers sufficient time t) eat. W BBBB ssH Sr lR -H feat 3 I K n 5T if iissssl S tr A GEO. KLEIN - JNO. M. KLEIN GEO. KLEnST So bro; HARTFORD, KY., m-sestjs Dealers In house furnishing goods, fer general nana, ma coioutu AJEHZOISLA. COOKIaSTGr STOVE, Beven slses for either coal or wood, nouse'-kerpers are delighted with Its superhr cooking andbakinir. Ir has nn mnal anywhere. Call and see for yourself. NewGoodsINewGoods! Jnst received, a large and complete stock of ran anu iv inter goods, consisting oi DRY GOODS, CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES, HATS, SHAWLS, BLANKETS, NOTIONS &c. A complete stock of LADIES DRESS GOODS And everything kept in a first-class dry goods bouse GIVE TJS A CALL. No trouble to show our goods. L. ROSENBERG & BRO. N. B. ITigbtit inatket price paid for toun- try produce. nol MI. 1.. J. LVOV. Dealer in Groceries and Confectioneries. HARTFORD, KY. Keens constantly on hand slarge assortment of all kinds of Orocerles and Confectioneries, which ht will sell low for cash, or exchange for all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE. I will also pay the highest cash price for hides, sheep pelts, eggs, butter, bacon, potatoes, beans, etc. nol ly X F. YAGER, Sale and Livery Stable, HARTFORD, KY.. I desire to Inform the eitisens of Hartford and vicinity that 1 am prepared to furnish Sad dle and Harness Stock, Buggies and conveyan ces of all kinds on the most reasonable terms. 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The necessity ef a popular medium forth representation of the productions of our rre( artists hss always been reeognlMd, and many attempts have been made to meet the want The successive failures which hare so IsvirUkl y followed each attempt in this eooatry ts estab lish an art journal, did not prove tbe lndiffee- enee oi tne people of America to the etaisaa ef. - u m flam ipsmuuis ml tV. to.Tt Trt a .ttl!!. . . I. v- - " -"""v w "cc. ib warn issva, the publlo at one rallied with eathtulasia t Its support, and the result was a great artUtks and eommerei&l trinmnli Ttrw ir.nTVtr The Aldlne while issued wlttrall or the rega larlty, has none of the temporary or t'tU !a terests characteristic of ordinary periodleals. -It is an elegant miscellany of pure, light, aai graceful literature, and a collection of pietaresV the rarest collection of artiitio skill, fa black and white. 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Thus, while pleadingbefore the pstrsa ofTheAldine, as a leading ehsraeteristje. the. productions of the most noted American artists, attention will always he given to specimen' from foreign masters, giving snbscrlbsrs all Ike pleasar and Instruction obtainable fresa beta or foreign sources. The artistlo illustration of American loss try" original with The Aldlne Is an Important fea ture, and its magnificent plates are ef a sis more appropriate to the satisfactory treatsseat of details than can be afforded by any laferUr page. The judicious Intersperslon ef landscape, marine, fguro and animal subjects, sasuia unabated interest, impossible where tie seeser of tlx work eonSrtoi tbe artist tea closely I a siorte sfvlo of subject. The literaion sf Tk Aldina Is a light and jraeefal accou-pasls-ear, wenuy si us anisiK leaiures, wiia oaly seek tMsnical disquisitions as do not iaterfare with, the popular interest of the work. . ' PREMIUM TOR 1875. 7 very rnbseiber far 1S71 will reesirs a ssaa- tiful portrait, In oil colors, ef thtsassaaeble? dog whose picture la a former Usae aMraated ss uen attention. "ifan's UkmIU TritW win b we?rm to every home. Iverybeiy loves sneh a dor. and th portrait ia axeeateJ t9 true to tbe lire, that it seeraa the veritabler presenee of the animal itself. The Rev. T. Del Witt Talmage tells that his own Towfoaadbae dog (the finest in Brooklyn) barks at 1U- Al though so natural, no ons who sees this prev mieea ehromo will har th slightest fear ef being bitten. Besldee the chrome every advene sabsriVr ts Th Aldin for 1S7S 1 constitated a ussksr and entitled ts th privilege of . THE ALDINE ART TJNI05. The Union owns the orirliats ef all Tie al dlne pictures, which with other paintings and engravings, an to b distributed anecg tks members. 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Daily edition 13, Postage prepaid aa art papers without extra charge. Addrsss W.N.UALDEMAN; Preildent Co urier-JournalCompaay Loultvilte, Ky. TS. P. BEKRtMAZ, Fashionable Tailor, HARTFORD, KY Coats, Pants and Vests eat, mads and re paired in the best sty le at the lowest prices nol ly