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JSHX P. B 1RBETT CD., rablUtarr JtH P. BAKKETT, Miter. H.VRTreRB, OHIO COUNTY, KT. THE'CRSW HOUSE, f A n m it (Opposite we' Courtbouje - e !ejr T3! T iJuiRIFORD, RJ. . WEBXESDAY, TEl' 29 1S75. " FAREWELL. OLD TEAR. A minds paironflfttiie papei7?suid 'lecture the" Jf cdiwr about how to An a .newspaper, mmjion t lorget to ten nimui ne wouiu - niiKNolrfl.DnuroilriM nnrVrnn iirirrht'. JOhN"SVAUGHr. . rT. . Proprietor. he would SOOn make a grand SUCCCiS OI Comfortable rooms, prompt attention, and I low prices. The traveling publio are rtpeet It. Cr.Hr Invited to rife ui a share of patronage. Follow the foregoing advise and your Every exertion made to render guesH comfort- ... rt 1 11 I countv papcrvwtii nounsn hko a sum mer-snow, dnd the editor .will feel as STAGE 5.I.WE. ...01 r .... V... U .. . 8BGS2B6T8S! la country boy at a town frolic. A ncetthe datc-ofthiriuercT omo county concerned, it is Wn us that another year is hurriedly nseicssior us to give tiiesc suggestions, ge- train, on the hm P. jt southwestern rail. niMf.uxl til sm nn il road. Passengers set down wherever they de- to nass over iw ciiccks iu i" "--j .................... - - - noi iy I . . .... I The last week act them out in tnto. preparing "Old Mother Time." of the last month is upon us, and it pU.-.,..- riww n ravncp, jnigni not oe onms lor us jo rake ara- SON. rospcctive view of the past year; but The -upriglit and fearless course of wc forbear to look back, lest wc tsuner t Henderson in the nrosecu- the fate of Lot's wife. We prefer to t;ori 0f ti,0 gu lams whisky ring Jeave tie deaa past to oury its aeaa. . i Lroueht him acain uromi- - ..... - . i We have aUJiaa some munortuncs aim npntlvWnrf, tll. ,,,.1.1.-. Mr. Hen adversities dur.ing tlie past year, but it Aerso u i. remembered, was in Lj folly to spend the present precious L. g. te from Missouri at the time .golden moments in grieving -ver the of tie impeaci,ment of President John- No. 19tf, Mun StJ bst. Fifth & Sixth tmstalcesol tne pasu uuter regrets and voted w;tu Fesscndcn, oi and secret pmings over vm not ocsn, Grirae3 of jowa Trumbull, of il only una to weaken our energies im . . F . 0f Tennessee, for CAPTAIN N. BEN. PECK, H AJtiTJ? Ulill Jtl U&iLtV. wrrii aiUDXBTl & 00., -WHOLES AL EGROCEKS, Dealers in Tobaccos And Com. jMfercliants, HARTFORD JIA1E - FB3IAEE SEMINARY . -TbnISets!on of tLU In ttitaUrairill com mence on ine First 3IouiInx In .September, 1H73, ui continue Twenty-tiro Weeks, under the enarze or XALt'OLM McISiTYRK.'AIU; iwi ui bnuucuk nafisuiuu. une-naiii 01 1 ' t he-inilimrfe will be da. nt tb mlddlr of tbe-f ' srsiion, and the other half at the close. TB03I8 PER SESSldS: rrjinary . v. $19,00 ,UJgher English, $20,00 nnmr 15,00 Latin Greek. 25.01) tlneidental he,.to ba paid in ad ranee, $1. Special - attention paid 19 fiting boys for Cof- rge. Hoard can be ubtained at from $2,50 to .1,91) a week, ror farther information anolr o the Principal, or to the undersigned. njj-ti 3AA1. r. lllLL, Xrostee. :4a! r" (.... -1 Jli. 1 H'- for what is to be. Let us gather strength from the experience of the past, and look forward to a more hope ffal future. Let us not prophesy ad .vcrsity nor heed advice from the fren. acicd croakers that throng our path There are those who make it a rule lo'looV at the dark side of the picture onV, and they never once see the "sil ver lining of the storm-cloud." They acquittal. As he had previously been a staunch Republican, and as accout ed as certain .to vote for conviction, his action provoked a bitter hostility to him, which he ascribed, rightly or wrongly, to Ben Butler and Gen. Grant, and which resulted in his. being! shelved by the Missouri Tlepublicans. He denounced Grant and Butler pub licly and' privately in 868, and being! LOUISVILLE, K.Y- HOUSE AND LOT FOft RENT. t desire to rent my Bouse and lot In thetowu of Hartford. Will make reaonabte terms to a good tenant. For further information inqniro of the undersigned, or John 1. Uarrett. Jadah A. Harrison. Hartford Ky., October 6th, 1875. A HOME PAPER. ..V t FOR IDE SETH TIIUHAH O X, O O K S If tou want a good clocV at a moderate are bound with thar troubles, witnout v;ndictive. possibly he had anyliopeofaressurrection. Thesable f flnt;Dathv. Pcr clouds of (to a great extent) imaginary hflpg ition of hs own sorrow sbuta out all the beautiful sun- was not without effect in inspiring the light of life. Contact with suchpar- hwWcll dismissal as lies, unless pruaenuygn-ni. d in th(J is as aangerous u, our w.j cases.RxusdvUe Herald: Tireath of the fatal sismoon to lite ana health. Tho times in which we live A Washington dispatch says: "Grant require men and women" of cheerful I ;s 8tiU cudgeling his brain on the sub . heart, iron nerve and indomitable en- Meet of Cuba, audit now transpires that wr I lie and Secretary Fish are decidedly at ..v--.: 1 ;. Wmf variance UDon several nointa involved priee. send for oar ew'llnstr.ted . price list uur i.iauuiio.1 wuik;uiui j 1 olaeln 1 nomas clueas. i;iocas securely pceu to usher in. and we prophesy an un- in the question Fish is opposed to any &&&$tl jlSuai onwaru move iu mi mc m uu i "vw.., ......v. .v -icaarges. Jioney msy oe sent saieiy Dy rcgn -eciences durine the rear, for inventive ment, whether in the shape of recog- ted utter or express. genius will receive fresh impetus from nition or belligerency, or of indepeti- jeweier.Mainst..bt.eth A7th.Louisviiie.Ky rthe awards f nd encouragements given aence or oner 01 meaiauon. vxrani, is y the various centenial exhibitions, in favor of the latter policy. Fish 'The times are indeed propitious. -We promulgated his views through the cor- -are havine a tremendous political rev- respondence- of the New York Tribmte. nlnlinn "RlnrfS Arid nlinues that have Grant will set forth his in a double- been plundering the people are being leaded leader in the UepuUican." liunrwl'ijrj'. itnrl honestv and fair deal' .MiUUw.m;..n.A,Gi1;nnM A Washington letter says: "One of Let us no longer distrust We ought th most inipressivo features qf the m. can and must look to a honeful fu- present gathering of Congress is the The Herald Will always contain the news of the County in a Brief and Condensed form. ISTow is the time to FIRST New Goods 1 OF THE. SEASON .ture: -matters Burnt be worse, let us make' them better. The great world above and. around us is grand and beau' tiful to those who try to mal it so, "We are making rapid .strides toward a presence ofSouthern members and their Southern friends. The warm Southern grasp of the hand, charming Southern accent, and the impulsive Southern manner, give a.new zest to Washing WJI. II. WIMJAMN, HARTFORD, KY. GIVE US YOUR Takes pleasure in annonncing to the citizen of Hartford and Ohio county that be is Receiving Daily, 1 '..'-! better day. This life of ours is; after ton life to one wb.0 has not been here THE LATEST NOVELTIES taU,'aboutaswe8houldmakeit If we since the war. All the born Southern- -can banish grief and care, let s haste to ers who come here take an interest now 'undertake it. We hope our readers in National affairs that might astonish nave had & merry Christmas, and we some who remember the bitterness of a sow wish them a glad new year. few years ago. XDTTJKG AND PUBLISIIINQ A NEWSPAPER. It is said that Parson Newman, General Grant's chanlaiu. induced It is trouble at all to edit and pub- k:mto :.,; the q. A. TT. out of com- list a country newspaper, in such a Llime,lL Thc President went in to way as to meet the tastes and desires of obHge hU srlturL adviser, but sceiug au its reaaers ana tne puouc generally, that he ugc the order a j. ana m sucu a manner mat no one can , mnpt,: un. y,.nmn ..nrw nmnct take otlensc, and to wnte an article member, He can cry "The Shield ! that one person will unhesitatingly Th( smi , T,1Q mM flnd fa J& 1t . ?11 I pronounce gooa logic ana anotucr wui noso wen of now pronounce a good joke. All this is not only easily done, but it is a pleasure. Ex-Lieutenant Governor Richard T. No practice, no mind, no thought or Jacob lm been elected by the Magis- labor is necessary, all you need is a tratcs of Oldham county, and commis- tjiece of Daner and a pencil. It is all sioned by the Governor, County Judge MASTER COMMISSIONER'S NO TICE. nonsense to talk about this or that edi-1 to fill the vacancy occasioned by the I James H. Taylor's, Admr., pluT.'i IN DRY GOODS, Gents' and Bots' .Clothing, BOOTS & SHOES, Hardware.Queensware. Staple and FANCY GROCERIES, Also dealer in Leaf Tobacco. I will sell Tery low for cash, -or exchange for all kinds of country produce. My motto Is "Quick tales an, small pronts. noi iy tor getting up a spicy sheet, and edi- resignation of Judge T. A. Rodman, Jam.s u. Taylor's' heirs, dfts. J tors who put such stuff in their papers whose failing health has compelled him do it because, they liave nothing else to ro reiinquisn tne aunes 01 tne omcc. fill their columns with. .Editors know -1 all the news going, cither foreign, lo- Ecjuity. cal or general, and people need not put Thursday from General .Hewettj Quar. memseiv mi .ne vrouo.e 01 wmmuni- General of thc Stat now n eating any news items to us. They Washington, a U. S. Treasury draft are always well posted on science, art, for$12950 18, as part pajmentupon poiiucs, commerce, , uau m wet the war chlm 0f Kentucky. He writes " I I,ll4lb llJOUUllLlCllta 111 V UI V ill 11 LUU I til V I . m f mm m I allthe books ever published from the mcnt of much larger sums are under- MP16 & "anCy UFy b00tlS' All Dereons havine claims against the estate of James II. Taylor, deceased, are requested produce the same, properly proven to the un "dcrsigned. Master Commissioner of tho Ohio Circuit Court, at hlr office in Hirlfurd Ky., on or before the 15th day of October next, or they will be forever barred. E. R. MURBELL, M.C.O.C.C. July II. 1875. 23n3m MENDEL & KAHff, CROMWELL, KY., Wholesale and retail dealers in And thus enable ns to make it one of the best papers in the Country. As an advertising medium tne jLlljRtJJLiM9 is unsurpassed by any journal in the Green River Country. Its circulation is equal to any country paper in the State, and finds its way in nearly every household in the county. travels of Gulliver down to minister Schcnck's work on poker-playing, and have read all the newspapers published They take a particular delight m loan .ing their exchanges before they have ;had a chance to read them, especially UA twAUUJkUtAMWU tJJ MIVj Ulll cers, and he has hopes of further col lections after the Christmas Holidays. Frankfort Yeoman. GO0BlS, W . aft nn TOT T TW sC Boots cfcr Slioes, And everything usually kept in well-regulated mercantile establishments. They bur their UEXERAL OAM123 A. UAWSON IS a do persons' who do not subscribe for or candidate for Clerk of thc House of kuREfhceV.yd advertise m their paper. They are liepresentativcs. lue Uencral is well ready on thc shortest notice known all over thc State, and if elect to give you a handsome puff gratis, and wil1 make 031 efficient clerk. will quit any other kind of work to do it Tbey never think of any siich JOB 'ARTflKENT EXCLUSIVELY CASH business, to undersell any house in Qhiocouuy ! thing as pay for it, and you need not even thank them as it is not expected. -r- I j fjoni pay your subscription vou orould surprise the editor if you were to. The editor knows he can run his faper for nothing, except the glory of it, and he does not expect pay. If there is a paper published in your county don't think of adverting in it, and if you want any job-work done Iw sure to send it off to th.e city and have it done, unless your county paper will do it for nothing and giveybu a puff besides. Goto the office about ence a week, especially if you arc not aj C TT will take this oc Carl Schubz's paper' the St. Loui3 tify the farmers WestKdi Pwf, nominates Hendeiwon for President, and says Bucrrow mu3t stand out of the way. In ancient Rome, during the period between 00 and 300 A. D., tho ay. erage duration of life among the up per elassea was thirty years. In' the present century, among the same class es of people, it amounts to fifty years. l'rof. Lister, si New York astrologer, expects to discover Tweed's where abouts by studying the stars. The idea of looking in thc dircctiou of heaven for the "Boss!" ! occasion to no- I of Ohio and Butler counties, that they are large and eon. stant ouyers 01 ( COUNTRY PRODUCE. of all descriptions, for whioh they pay tho Tory nignest market prices, xney also uo tne larg est TOBACCO purchasing business in the county, alwavsna,. ing higher prices, IN CASH, than anybody ei-. xney ass a snare oi puone patronage. ' 33-4 m rx. II1KDWICK, A. T. SALL, IIAKDniCIC & XAI,L, nEALKRS IX DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. HATS, CArS, ilUUfS, HIIUCS, ilAltOW ARE, QUEENSWARE, Ac. Which we will sell low for cash, or exchanee for country produce, paying the highest market price. not ly ut tne JUJJHAJLUi is in every respect complete, and as nea job work can be done here as in the cities. - Sustain your County Paper RAJrjlCXAX) TIME TABLE I.oaiiTllI, rjulnrmta Soatliwetcrn. Then down'-trtla'forlPaJmii-r rille, dally except Saadar at 8:45 a. a .and ar. nves at- -- - CeotliaD Janetletrar' S Mll23 i. a uraysou bprlngs at " l:3 p..m. Leiteb&eldat " l'JJ " Millwood at (Dimterjr" "jis u Bearer Sam at t:SSf " Roekpertat - - "Z:V( " uweasooni Junction al-" 3.45 UreriU. 11 (TifT.. Nortonville Junction at Padneaikt' J - STAVES- 500,000 WHITE OAK STAVES AND HEADING wanted. For further Information address DORSE Y. HENRY & CO , 14 and Delaware, Louisville,, Ky. Reference: Jno. P. Barrett, J. W. Lewis, Hartford, Ky. The no train far T.ooiiTill. !.. p. a v. u.i.j- icrpi oanaay at 4'a; m. and arrives at nononTiiienaclion at1 ' '" tirecsrilleat . wensboro Junetlea as, Rockport at Beaver Dam at Lelchlleld at Qrayson Springi BlgCIlnrat fDlnner Ctcilian Junction at LonuviUe at 7:40 1 8:53 9:15 " 9:45 10:15 12:10 p. m. ItXi " lJ.-4i. " 1:45 " :3i " Soathera zprev x This train nakts close eonnMSlAn'&t vAn- wn".wi ?,6t Southeastern fr Nashville, and passengers g on ti the latter city without change of ears. Sleeping ears and recliBlnp. chain on then trains.- . i " Leaves Loulnrllle .t ;fl0 p a aai arrives at RUFER'S HOTEL AND (EUROPEAN PLAN.) OPEN DAT AND SIGHT. ROOMS AT ONE DOLLAR A DAY Fifth St. bet. Main and Market, LOUISVILLE, KY, Cecilian Junction at Leitehfleld at Caneyrflle at . Beaver Dam at. Roekport at Owesiboro Juaelloa at Greenville at Nortonville - Padueah at Xortbera Xzaresa. ITes P adueah at 9.-40 p B and arrives at IMS a m Phtl. T. Gurjiax, 1 AUEIIICCS WlLKDOX, J &35-3m Proprietors. JUST FROM THE EAST! E. SHALL with his mammoth stock of Fall and Winter goods, consisting lu part of DRY GOODS Men & Boys Clothing! BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, BLANKETS, COMFORTS, and LABIEd FURS. Also the largest assortment of Everbronsjlit to this market, all of which he offers at lower prices than ever before. MUUnery G-bodJS of every description are always kept on band. fsT. U. The very highest market price will be paid for feathers, hides dried fruit, furs eip. Bam a Genuine TTitTn WATrnv la 2 ox. cola rilir- bw lUnitratcd nt Lin rrr). ar n .lUun n a tern, bfstisT Ktad fara liiriaf caa.SpMUclM. fUiav HtrthThofnaej n.arki Lsullau' iitchrf. Jtm irfKvarri Udi warrtjitfd. Geois feat ilt dMirwd). tn zamiutim aadatirvl btfer t-ayl&c. 1'. I nrm Krtw Jt4.r rm MawaiM aanw.ai THE INDIANAPOLIS SUN. Tho leading WDEPEXDEtfT llEFOfiil WEEKLY political newspaper in the United States; the special advocate of the interests of iabor as against Uombined Uapital; L,egsl Ten der Paper Money aa against Bank Issues and the Gold Bails Fallacy; and the Interchange able Currency Bond as against the High Gold Interest Bond. The SUN has a corps rf able correspondents among the clearest and most profound thinkers 01 me country. " Miscellany of the ohcicest selection, adapte 10 .an classes 01 readers. Terms, $1.75 per year, postpaid. .Sample copies sent free on application. Address, IXDUxaaroLis Sex CoMraxr, JOHN P. TRACY fc SOX. UNDEETA KJE R S HARTFORD. KY- Mannfactnrers and dealers in all kinds of wooden coffins, from tne finest rose wood casket to I be cheapest paufcer coffin. All kinds of coffin trimmings constantly on hand and for sale. Keep a fine hearse always ready to attend mnerais. Wagons aiul Jiuggiei, . . constantly on hand or made to order. Parti ular attention given to plow stocking, ion It " " w. n. MACir. AlrxtD scar. ISATJZ7 & HURT,. MDERTAIERS, Hartford, Kentucky, Mannfactnrers and dealers in all kinds of wodencotfins, burial cases and caskets at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. All kinds of coffin trimmings on hand and for sale ebeaper tban any bouse in town. General Wood Workers. We are also prepared to do all kinds of wood work, such as making and repairing wagons, buggiesic:, on short notice and' n as good style aud at as low, prices as our Granger friends could ask. We desire ynnr patronage, and guarantee satisfaction. MAV7.Y HURT. ...S:JS " " Jfrtt ll;ti " J130 " 1 11.55 " 4Hi Norton 111. at Greenville at Owensboro Janctien at Beaver Dam at CaneyviUe at Leitcbfield Cecil fan Junction at Louisville at S.'40 .9 " J:4i " 40 " . " a.-io v.-oo " Hartford Ueonneetad will, id niu. Beav e Dam by stage Una jwlii a day. The, tralaj eeaaeet with Bljiabethtowa'at Ceeehan: with Owmsbore at Qwensbenw JuncqoniMiLwkh.BaviHe; Eea'dersoa and Nashville at Nortonville. V. T. Wuircoai, Seperinteadsar. EvaMnilr, Owtuibora A Xmkvlll. The Mall and A r-.:.i u . t . . . . by the following Uue-Uble:' uarL. leaves OweaiVere at 8 OS n Sutherland's 83 Orow'a 8 3a " Lewis' '..8 w. Riley's 7.00 Tichenor's 7.10 " ' Livermore D. I.Zt " I.irermore 7Ji " Island 7J7 " ' - Stroud's 7.4S " Bl'Carroltlon ' 8.08 ' L.P.4S-W.Cros'g S.I0 " L.PJXS.rT.Dtp. SJ - ACCOHX0DATIQX. Leaves Owensboro at 1.00 p m iM S.48 3.02 " 3.16 f SOU 3.44 3 49 4.02 4 17 " 4i4 " Sutherland's Crow's Lewis Riley's. Tiehenor'a Lirermore D. Llrvrmore Iihnd Strnad's S. Carroll ton L.P.iS.W.Cr'g ',' L.P.AS.W.Dep. S.00 " Trains run dallv, Sundays exerpteJ. , R. S. TKIPLETT, Gea'l Manager. - Arrival. A 00 p cr 7Ji " 7.S7 T.13.i 6.5i L' . tAHf. 8.10 " . g.i; SJ7 J.49. " Jlrrives -lLMara JIJ4 -1I.I4"4" 1I.M 10.48 ItJJ t .10.1 i 10.13'" : J8 9.44 -t.20 . . 0.00 UARTFORB LOBCIE, SO. IX. T.O.all'. Meets regularly ererT'Tharsdar evening fn Tailor's Hall. Transient membera cL tUa Order are cordially invited to attend. B. r. BERRYMAS, W. tX T. WitliR Liwrs, W. 8eer. VPILSaHHHaVkaakaaBaihl rjfaBBaeBBBTeBeVaBBeaBae.aHHBBeBi aw. aTBaaa SSuBaaKBBeBaaaeaBaleBaeBBBKdSaC Plain solid lS-kt. Gold E'ngigeaei.t and Wedding Rings tarnished to order preatDtlrr alao jet Rings, with, AmetbisU Garnet, Topai, Moss Agate, Pearl or Diamond settings. Plata Gold 18-kt. Rings from $3 to $&eacb. Ja or dering, measure the largest joint of the finger you desire fitted with a narrow piece of paper, and send ns the paper. We iueribe any name. mono, eruate iree ot caarge. Kings seat by mail on receipt of price,, or by express, with bill to collect on delivery of goods. 'Money may be sent safely by Express, Pest-tSue Money Order, or Registered Letter Refer to George W. Bain. CP. BARNES Bra.; Jewelers, Main st-.bt. 8th A7tb, Louisville.Kr 1X k. THOHAS, dIO. A. PLAIT. JAS. A. THOJTAS L- CO. HARTFORD, KT." Dealers In staple and fancy DRY GOODS, Notions, Fancy Goods, CIothingBooU aniL, Shoes, Hats and Caps. A large assortment of these goods kept constantly aa hand, and will be sold at the very lowest cash price, noi It ' MASTER COMMISSIONER'S NOTICS- , Gabriel Acton's Admrs, pttffO against f Iqalty. Gabriel Acton's heirs, defts. J AH persons having claims against the estate of Gabriel Acton, deceased, are requested t. Sroduee the same, properly nrovea,. to the aa. erslgned, Master Commissioner "of the Ohio Circuit Court, at his office in Hartford, Kyi, or before the 15th day of October acxt, or they wUl be fbrever barred. E. RMURRELL, M.C.O.C.C. July 14, 1873. " 33n3a S1WIK6 MlOBIJflS. The undersigned w'ooTd respeetftilly an nounce to the Ladies.of .... HARTFORD an VICINITY, t that they can navs'tltelr Sewing ILKfacTlihes ' properly adjusted, aVany ttme, and on re. kOoabUUrms, by .leafing them at the - CROW. HOUSE,. INr HAKTJfQRIY DAVID L. TJA RNETT, BUCK. iiUK.-r. 1 will also exchange new Weed or Reming ton machines fox seeqd-haBl.jpehlBe,oraai I have on hand . few eeead-haad aaan chines, in good order, fot sal very low. j, r. RICE? MASTER. COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. A.P-Balrd'j Adar;PainUZ.- . - - . - V I A. P.Bsrrd's ; Heirs; Defendant J All persons Saving elaima'agilnsl tees te of AUisoa Porter Baisdj dced, are rr quested fo produce the same, properly proven, to theonderslgnedsMastermmlsioniir-r the Ohio CirauitCirf..at, bis,oef in iHaru. ford, Kentaeky.on or before 'the 1st day of NoTsmbr.-aextI or they U Be barred E. It. MURRELL, M. C, O. C, C, Oct. 20th, 187J.