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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 27 October 1880

I I.,. .! 1 21 'Mm DIRKCTOKY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. rilU-tllTCOVKT. Hon. I.tiolti I". I.ttUV, JiMso,)!iiMin. Hon. JO-Clll ;oe, Alionn-y, i -hi mum, K.tt.?;ullciiKr, JnlliT, Hiirtlonl. fjH?Murrell,.M:istcr CoiiiliiNtnnT,Hnitrnl. V. l'litllhH, Sh.'iiir, llnrtronl. Deputies i. V. Hunger, llrtfonl j s. I Taylor, Hea ver Dim: li ll.iiH.i.cr, l'oriNx Me; M. 1., KiilkorKii,fnlo. urt lioKliit'lotirtli Mondays In Mny tuiil NoXfuitnT, iiii.I eontliinrs four uii-kK (iirli If rtu. . I'OUXTV UIII11T. lieu. Nowlon, Jii.Iro, llrtrtforil. aVipl.Saiu. K. 'ox. Clerk, Hiillforil. J. r.S.nilerlur, Attorney. lliu-tlitiM. mrt IhkIii ii ili ilrl .Momlity in every i'A""1"- ITAUTKIUATOUUT. ltt;l iik mi tliinl Moiiday In Jiinnary, Atx-Il, July ami oeuiuor. ' COURT UK CLAIMS. lU-uini on llio llit Moinlay In Jnimnry himI ilrlolier. V ; OTJIKItforNTY OKTIIT.ltS. (uArmlKtfail Jmu-s As.evor, llartfonl. ""r.'W.U. Porter, Nun eyor.lVMin well. J. K. Ilimr, School iVimmK'.lonor, llnrlfonl. . POI.ICKCOUUTS. liurtfonl-K. 1...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 27 October 1880

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27. 1880. Dtmtcratic National Ticket.! FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. WIXFIEI.D N. IIAXCOCK, OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT WltMLI.lM II. F.XUI.INII. " OK INDIANA. KI.ECTORS FOn THK STATE AT LAHOE. THOMAS L. JONES, A. E. RICHARDS. DISTRICT ELECTORS. First Dltrict James D. White. Second District A. T. Craycroft. Third District P. F. "Edwards. Fourth District Junies Montgomery. Fifth District Ewd. J. McDermott, Sixth District James W. Rrynn. Seventh District Win. C. Owens. Eighth District Michael C Saufiey. Ninth District Joseph Gnrdner. Tenth District E. "Whltakcr. FOR CONGRESS, JAXEN A. MrKEi; OF CHRISTIAN COUNTY. The McDowell Medical Society incets in Owensboro to-day, and will continue three days. Vote for James A. McKenzie for Congress on Tuesday, November 2d, 18S0. He is the people's friend and de fender of their rights. It is a sad commentary on our agri culturists to note the fact that our pro duce dealers are having to buy cabbage for their customers in Louisville. ...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 27 October 1880

2 THE HERALD. LYCimClUS nAllRETT Iax-al KlUTOIt. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27, lbStt. j llargalns In dress good, at Auder-1 fail's Bazaar. Don't forget Hill's restutir.iiit, when you (nine tit town. RuIiUt over shoes for rliililn-n, al Aiulcrson'H Knjuir. Mcdill, the photographer, will go to CloverjMirt from here. Wauted, home-made earix-ts, at Anderson's BaKinr. Carte do vislte and cabinet photo a specially with Mi-Oill. Don't Fall to tee the dross gxd-, at Anderson' liarjiar. Remember Hill's restaurant and saloon is the place to oat and drink. Handsome dns goods at 10 cents a yard up, at AtfUorson's Itazaar. J. C. Greenwood's two years old daughter Is quite low with typhoid fe ver. A complete line of children'! merino underwear cheap, at Anderson's llnxaar. Mr. 13. C. Hubbard will talk for Uarlleld and Arthur at Morgantown nuxt Saturday. McGill, tlic photographer, will re main but a short time, If you want work lu that line don't delay. Go to the Water Mills for Hour, meal, brau &c. Fan...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 27 October 1880

r I if 8 n i 'fill f .013 i- 9fJ : ttrtdm wemt i:i.:tion 1.4WN. AKTJCI.K XIII. lrction of J?eprceentatii'f in (Xmgrr Opening, JlreaUng ikalor En felojtc of Ibll-bookx, IlaUot- 9 UOX, iVC 1. Elections for niresentutiven in ' Congress bliall be hy liallot. j That It hall be the duty of the t-herlfTof each county, or the officer acting for him, to provide for each pro duct or votiug place in the county, and at the excuse of the county, to le paid for by the sheriff, and allowed by the county court, 11 atnmjj and well made, ballot-box, buftlcicntly large to contain nil the lullota to be. cast at the precinct jetlt IllK and for the insertion of the ballots Khali be made In each box. Such box nlin.ll, within two days before the day Used bj law for holding such elections, be, by the sheriff, or other officer noting lor hltn, delivered to the officers of the election In each precinct or voting place. The officers of the election, be fore the election begins, shall see that 110 ballots are i...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 3 November 1880

HARTFORD HERALD. ADVERT1H1NG UATK8 t im i mi t t m tu- -.-.One copy, one year. One copy.slx inoiitlii.L . . tit One copy, four monilis No deduction rrom these rates under any circumstances. Am Sre are compelled byjaw to pay postal In'SdvBnce'bn'paperS'seiit outside of Ohio County, Ve are forccl to require payment on "nubscrlptloiis In ndvnuce. ,A11 letters on business must li addressed " 11ARKKTTA lIUO.,l,ublMier. One Two. Three Four KCoi 2coi iCol i go 1 1 m 12 10 00 KOU 1 1!S, Z5W 4 2SU 3 5W soot 19 KGul 18 CO 20 60 30 00 50 00 SO 00 30U SOU 4W BO SOU 8 08 10 00 IS OS 7 SU 800 12 0u 30 00 12 00 14 08 MOO as oe wool " COM:, THE llKliALli OF A HOMY WOULD, THE HEWS OF ALL XATJOiXS LUMIiEUhXO AT MY HACK" 20 Ow 30 oil wool IIA11TFOKD, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 3, 1880. For a shortertlme, at proportional.) rates. One Inch of space constitutes a square. NO. 44. Sll UKUUIl'TION ItATKS. THE DIRECTORY . COUNTY DIRECTORY. rfUUUIT COURT, lltou. Lucius T. I.lttle, JinlKe.OureuslHiro. ,Hn. Joseph Nw, ...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 3 November 1880

2- 1 11 E IT E R A Tj l) J NO. I'. IJAKRETT, KlIlTOK. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3. 1K8I. Til K gallant MeKeii7.ii' will ha.'e walk over hy the large-t majority any Congressman in the State. TilK Court of Apjieals has leeiloil that the Legislature exceeded its an tliority in rciealhig the charter of the (Jreen and Barren Bivcr Navigation Comiiauy. Tliis leaves the coniauy in portsctioh of the navigation of the rivers until 180S. TllK tariff Ucstioii will soon lie one of the very forcmo-t Uestions in the " politics of the country, and in the con test coining. High protective tarill" will go under mark our prediction. After the Miioke of the present kittle has cleared away the llKltAl.li proposes to ventilate the tarill question consid erably. Tin: vote in the State of Ohio in Octolier, 187SI, was the largest ever cast in the Shite up to that time, and aggre gated G9,179. The vote there last month was -12,37-1 larger than last year. What stronger proof of imported votes could lie required. The t...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 3 November 1880

THE HERALD. LYCUUOUS BAKHETT - Local Emtok.' i. . j i 1 1 - i WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3, 1SS0. For a Miunre mini call nt Restaurant. Hill's 10,000,01)0 of iieople oast th.-ir votes yesterday. Pure wine, wIiMsm anil lirondiei at Hob i Jack's. Yestenlay wk a fine day for mak ing a President. Anderson's lkii:ir roeelves m-w goods every day. Old pictures eopicd and enlarged in Urht-dasM htyle at MetJiU's (Jallery. Gill on l lUH when you eoine to town. He will both eat you and drink you. Bargains In table linens, tickings and towels this wek at Anderson's liazaur. Don't put it otl' ifyoii want pictures. McOill, the photographer, will leave shortly for Clovcrxrt. If you want your horse cured for when you come to town take it to Field's livery stable. The largest anil cheapest line of dress goods you ever kiw are now on exhibition at Anderson's lfcizaar. Thanks to Air. W. W. Her. of Ro sine, for the lnt peclmen of apples we have received this year. Rather a small vote was lulled here yesterday, th...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 3 November 1880

CaiaiNcleitre In Political. To say tliaC (u cant an hunot mid In telligent vote should be a wicml duty with every citizen, and that to allow any consideration to determine it other, than a desire to promote the wcII-ooIiib I of the community is to be guilty of a violatloii of trust, Is tiut to n-jK-at wimt everyone knows.andaooinnioii truism; ' but it cannot Iks said, in the faee of the KCIIeral IndilU-rellCO to it ill the' general practice, that iteration is unnecessary or uncalled for. If the determining motive is one of sclf-iutcrot, the guilt is incurred, practically, ot taking a bribe or of selling a vote; for theoHeuse consists essentially in sacriliclng the public good it may lie in a greater or lesser degree to interests that are wholly private aud selllsh, but it dillers nuly in degree from that of the man i jvho should sell his country for a price. There was one such. If at any time self-seeking dema gogues have been placed in tower, it is the private citizen who has done ...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 10 November 1880

SU tiSCHtlRTION UATKS. 1 - 11 sn 3 ADVERTISING BATES HERALD. THE i .- r a s 5 ? & I -I I 5 g g s s J One 1 CO. 1 Su 1 2 b&t & Ith 7 Ui Two 1 7.'J 2 So iu 7 JO( 10 US 16 (U Three 226 3Se &MKNUM HI OS FOOT 308 60b 7 SU 12 d 1 2U U KCOl 400 (06 SOB H 08 M 09 31 0O 2coi scH.soo uosHOolaioe 'm uu XCol 1O00U 00 30Q036IMM00 MOO Uue copy, oueyerjL. One copy.nH mouths..... Due copy, four mouths . 75 M No ilHucUon fmm tliotw raW'.i iiu.h r nny fllmiiiiHlaneea. As we are compelled bylaw to liny poilHee In KdVijBnpaperent.fouUliic of Ohio OmnU',' we are fere&J to require paymrnt ou mibimpUoui i InVlvnueS ca & 0! nC0ME,,TUE HlUt ALU OF a noisy would, the news, of all nations lumbering at MY BACK." s ir AH letters on Uaslnes must be addressed JEIARDFOKD , KEKXUQKY, NOYEMBER 10, 1880. X For a shorter time, at proportf oaata rate. One loch of pace eoastKatea a iqaar. NO. 45. ,BAKnKTT A BRO.,'lubUher. DIRECTORY. OOUNTY DULECTORY t'IHClTlTX)UHT. Hon. I.uelmV. I.lUlc,.liidire.J...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 10 November 1880

T HE II E Iv .A Ii T).' JSO.T. B.VRRE1T, Kditok. 1 ntnvrsiMV vmt ,rcn EDNESPA. 0V. 10. 1BS0. Tun Republlcans'dld not liohl their owhjln Indiana, Garfield falling behind Porter's majority In Octolinr. " m - - Tiik Democrats carried all the Con- giwianal districts In Kentucky except the Ninth, which elected John ! Whhu,by.abouU,000 majority... " What done the bu.ines. Wir7H Ir'!d' , , , What has Upturn of your Krammar, " II l.ijutf ill:. i ...i Uiall the Democratic papers li:ul di fhargeilithmr Uuty Ldurlti; the recent mpaigu asTaithfully :is the Kvaus ville (jourier the reult inij;ht have U-cii dillereuU Vk learn from Capl. Sandu-Uy, that Owenbboro Junction is hnpmriiiK some and buinci quitovhrik there. Several new cottages, new side-walks, jilat- forms, &., are beius ImilL i$V rtason of a division In the Demo cratic ranks on a"lx-:d issue In Tcniies stv, the Hepnlilicans were enaMtl lo elvi Ttawklns, their -.indidatc for (iovernor, by a small majority. W'K will quit iiolith-s, R...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 10 November 1880

3 PI r THE li 13 R -A. li D . . i LYCUKOIM BAHRETT - Local EMtok. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10, ISfeO. Gather your corn. Lay in your winter Hiirrel pickles at the Hei Front. CliukHqlicatwr tliau ever, at Aiuler son's lUcuir." Freili .otcr to-lay at thu lied Front. FoniKootl meal rail at Hill's re taiirani. ' t Card -and cabinet photos a sj.ecin'.ty at Metiill'aS !: ? : --Underwear of all kinds Howe & Bro'n. f lit at H. r. Hob & Jack sell wap cheaper than any fctorejju town.1 , - Tln-tyes, all Mz.es and prices, at Mciiill'ri gallery. ' Wanted: Home-made iret, at Anderson's llawiar. Rot Utrgidus in mens hats at R. 1. Itowei llro's. For pure whiskies, Imindies, wines, rail at Hill's restaurant. Have you seen the cheap dress goods at Anderson's llazaar. Two Utrn-ls of fresh cralt apple eider just received at the Red Front. "KverylxHly takes it" the 1-cent inaekcRil at Williams Urn'. The lest stock of overt-oats ever drought to Hartford at R. 1 Howe V ltro's. JThe purtwt lot of wine, whisk...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 10 November 1880

HPr t " ""m?mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmQ ,1X1 r.Mt'KKAM i liiflu It'll-, h Vtre.tr lllNraNr.'WIiarli? X'tl orntt liit'lirlnlt' Ititii. Tlic agitation of the It iiijicniiiivniii.-!-lion timing the la.sl few it-ars lias invu the incans of aeeompll'-liliif: Rrcat roo.1. The discns.-Ion of lntcin ram-i , Imtll litre ami in l.uinjic, has generally rt i- H'M.-ntt'. it asltlu-Kiwitts-t vice or the , Ul(f , ,,,n,vcnu.,,t, but Increases very I aso. I lie Miniilc luet lliat many im-J artIt.v the nunilierwhoarepernunent l.riatc have taken the n-o-l -olomnol'- . J ' ( iM-iliaii? no ili-caM- ligations to reform, with the Mi-jiiikcsI ,f, wIlW, ,mI)it !m( n-hillon hve MN'ial ties, InisIiic intciWP. aniliitltiii, I , ,,,, , , im.i.riety. Vur ami every t imtf that makes this life de- . nw,w u Well-reKulate.l asylum hlraldc on the mi..; .it aMincnec, ami ... , t flieHM for the imilimli yet they have not Urn al.lo tokiinthe ' luv,arv as well as for the jil.tiKe, woul.l tyrtamiy lii.l.ealc una ikxsibiv Ihev uihili...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 17 November 1880

1 1- mSSSm SU 1JSOUIPT One copy.one year. One eopr.txiaeStht One copy, four month . UA't'KS. . f 1 60 I t ... j 50 i Xo deduction from these rates under nny circumstance. A we are compelled by law to pay posture in ailrnuce mi papers kent outside of Ohio tVujuyJwe are forced'to'requlre jKiyjnent on xuleriptlonlnnilvnnrV. " . " All, letters nn badness must lie addicsscd to "w' BARKKTT.t RIIO., Publishers. THE HARTFORD HERALD. ADVERTISING BATB8 " C'O.UA', THE HEltALD OF A XOS)' WOULD, THE XEWS OF ALL XAT10XS LUMJIEHXG' AT MY HACK." HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 17, 1880. DIRECTORY . COUNTY DIRECTORY. cutcriT court. Hon. Lucius 1. Little, Judge, Owcnshoro. lion. Jowoph'Xoe, Attorney, Culhoon. K. It. SullctiRcr, Jailer, Hartford, j I'larence HurtlwlcK, Clerk, llartloul. I K. It.. Murrell, Master Commlloner,llui Hard. I e. w. Hiiiiips siicritr, unrtroni." Deputies 1. W. HiuiKcr, Hartford ; S. P. Taylor, lien- verDam; K. li. loier, FonlsUlle; s. I.. I PulkeiMon, Ceralvo. j Toiirl bcctiis f...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 17 November 1880

THE HERALD. J0. P. BAKU KIT, Einruii. WEDNESDAY, NOV. IT. ISMi. Tlic Xeir York Frauds. While it is ierh:ips a fact that frauds wore oonimltti.il in Now York nt the last election, yet it by no means follows that the Democrats should, oven if they could, attempt to steal tlio vote of .that Stutcfroni tieu. Garfield and glvo , it to (Son. Hancock. In elections both larties generally raise tlio cry of fnuul, ' rind fraud are generally committed S 1 all elections, ami perhaps the truth of the matter N that lotli parties are' more or less guilty. Gen. Garfield has received the vote of New York, and it hhould bo so count ed. The Democrats cannot atlord to at tempt to steal electoral votes. They j cannot, after denouncing the fraud of 1670, give countenance to any such pro ceeding. Gen. Hancock, with hi re cord ns a pure, honest man, cannot af ford to give it any countenance. If frauds were committed; if the elec tion laws of the United States, or of the State of New York, have lecn violate...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 17 November 1880

a, THE HERALD. LYCUnOlTSnAUItETT - LoTAI. KniTOK. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17, ISSO. i'i:ksonai.. Mr. G. S. Dean, of South Ciirnilton, was !u town Monday. Hi' caini' to w to sec the town. Mr. Charlie Maazy, f Dixon, V1 tcr county, ix visiting lil brother, Mr. W. H. Mauzy, of this lilace. Mr. Klislm Ford and wife, of Daviess county, were vi-itiui; their cousin, Mr. J. W. Ford, of this place, last week. Mr. Lee Whittaker and inotlier, of Molean county, are vifitins tlie family of Mr. S. D. Hayden, of till place. Mr. A. I Morton and family, who were visiting relatives in Hardin -oiiiity last week, returned home ycctenlay. Rev. J. It. Lawnon, agent of the Widows' and Orphans' Home, IxHiix- vllle, Ky., is iu town, the guet of Mr, and Mrs. II. S. Moeley. Mr. J. T. Luiifford, representing the wholesale grocery firm of W. K. C5rin stead fc Co., Louisville, wax in town several days Last week. Mr. I.nnsford U building u n good trade in till- county. Mr, I. J. Kahti, representing Rain- 'berger, Bloom &...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 17 November 1880

Ivinee ine it was al'.iNi-li(iod,an.l invent ed only for political purposes. Tui kind offer I refued, I haJ n mi'd to Rivt-9LiTievrsiwtltlloulx.veqiietion,!ncCtlpt ,s.ltm. , v,..l t r .u-,-ii-whieli wo think ont.ofsutr.de.it impor- mt ... ,,., . w,r tance to reproduce, as this N a ..nestion ,.; hl ., ,,,,. ....ii.litiori. 1 vis-1 cf great Interest toeverykxly. WViwy f(0l !lNt) a,.,!,.,,,,.,, . trI1(l ,lf . ilt(. , n higher tax to.liad r,.:tds than to al- c0(.tion, ami tin- renowned Ki-piil.li-, most any other ran- vrlutvlp we are (..m.lll(, 1Jnvllll!ll.k ,.rvf oUvtio.. Irand. tax.st indimtl.v. , , mr), ni(( ,tls.rjH. , Vim t, dir-aee-, TliereV an ..1.1 ii.Ii.ko which runs 1 1"'',u"' xv found was there en- thus: "WhalV evcrvho.lv-- lHiIiif , '"' late eont.-st forCov Is ol.lvV Im.K-ss. ' ' U-mrr l.y H..pul.h.ans and Cnvnlu.-U-j I do not wish to dietate to the iKsile trs mMnl- " ,r1' ".v ". or Caldwell ooiintv as to what they "' H-eeli of (Son. Weaver, the (.icon-: outfit to do, hut I ...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 24 November 1880

SUMSCMtllM'ION KA'PICS. ' Juecopj-.oiieje.ir. .. ,tl to . yoecopv.lsrr.onjh.... . TC una oof y, four mcntln , , V No !ctlactlon from thee rales titnler any tltcuiutancfk. V we ore compttlM by law In iuy pixtuc tu advance on imperii aent outl,Ic i.f Ohio .ountrjwenre forced to require ineiit mi i utscrIptlon lu advance, j All letter on bnlnr must Iw (ul.ln ssed . to ! llAHHr.TT A llltO..Putllhi-rs. AnVRRTlHMO HATMII 7 x f f P r 5 r ? f . THE HARTFORD HERALD. liMiiil:lAii:HMii : iWha Sw 4 ot m la. M oaf s a 3 aa lIIA)i.r I ' crt.v-:, 777: uKiiM.n of a xoixv world, the xf.ws of au. xatioxs WMiiEiuxn at my hack:" HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 24, 1880. Fnrn Oiortrrtlm. at ynrMnf ntr. One larh "I aw r.inltai m tair. VOl j. . NO. 47. j ;i" I SCe4 DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. CIKl'ITlTlHa'ltT. H.m. Lucius P. Unit, Jit.tce, iwoiislK.ru. Hun. J.wpli No.-. Attorney, tiilhoon. li. 1.. iuI1-iik r. Jailor. Hartford. "fcirmn-IlnlwltfU,ncrk, llnnfr.ls l!.i;..Murrvl!,Mnlcr lVimmssloncr.lIuit.iril. 1...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 24 November 1880

ti THE HERALD. JNx r. ri..nnfeTT, Editok. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24. 1SS0." 1 . . J.vins A. GAunni.lt, President-fleet, was JO years old on the 101 h int. Tin: present cold snap Is said to Ik ihe coldest weather ever known in this region in November. Tin: Grcenliaekcrs progress back ward. .ltUhc present CoiiKre-s they have fourteen tucinlicrs in the they will have hut eight. tu.vt Jok Itttow.v, of Georgia, elected to the U. 8. Senate. has lK.t. He is the present iucumlKiil,havinKliiviiapiv)iut- 1 1 ihI by Governor Colquitt. Jtnnr. Joins, of Ttuld eounty, has been arrested for iiioonhhiini;. Jesse Joins the innumerable luwts gone lie fore for deal i up: in moon-hine Toddiyl. Tun HopkiusHle X&c Era U out for Jluncoek in 16S4. We hope he'll select a more jwpular man than Bilh-ui;lih for second place. The Ijouisvillc Ercn iny lt also favors Hancock for lhS4. HiUMtv Yot'NO, of color, of the Fifth wa'rd, ruivilc, Is a candidate for School Trustiti with fair proiects of bUeeess. He has receiv...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 24 November 1880

3 m C4 THE HERALD. UVCUHQCSBAHnUTT - 1-oCAl. KlUTOlt. ' WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24, 1&S0. Lare wax dolls, at Thotna Urn's. Field liuil a Mr run at his Mahle Monday. New rooiN every lay, at Ander son's llazaar. Fresh cuii-kikmIs hi cudlos varieties at Thomas HroV. If you thirst, to Carter Ac Haird' saloon. Christmas irixxln of all khuK at Tljomas Hro'ss. Carry your horso to Field's Livery stable. Fresh candies of all kinds anil at all prices, nt Thomas llro's. Men's India-mblter hoot, at An ilerson's llazaar. Chickens anil turkeys constantly on hand at the lied Front. A big lot of men's and Wiy' cap", nt Anderson's Kazaar. If you hunirer. uo to Carter Haird' restaurant. A nev lot of home-made Units and shoes at Anderson's Razaar. Take vour liecr-hides and eoon- skins to the Ited Front. A lot of date's goods jut received at Anderson's Bazaar. Freh kraut, heans piekels, hominy and grits, at Thomas llro's. ".he's a daly dipm-d in dew" is the latest slans phrase hero. Ruy your Thanksgiving t...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 24 November 1880

rsm. II mi MM Lllft a. T Mammoth One Singe Kohlier. Oa the arrival of the lute train Sat urday evening news was circulated that one af the Mnmraoth Cave staso robbers had been captured and was hrmlirlif tr tlila nlnmv The :lllll(iliir.- ment caused as much excitement ami as large a crowd to nwinble a would n fierce combat lietwecii utuiMimr- ntfnnnu. Marshal of Cave oiy. ine oiueer-, m iiinkliiif uiinii iirr:in"eiiient. lmltcil 111 I t ii. street lonir enouah for evervlxidv to look Mpiarely in the fart' of and thor- oOKhly nhtvnoloj-ize the prisoner. j After I.Kldnc their man in Hil. Mr. I JUiuKer, the Kentleman who tietevteii andeaptiirtsltheman.Uindlyeou-entrtl t.i tvjv'.. flu. ii'iH liii!.ir. Hi Kiii.l flit-' " . ... i . , naim? oi tneprixoner ! i . .i. ituni, ami he wa-raptured at the Mellenry eoal mines In Ohio county, where he has Iieen emiilove.1 as a miner for about rive yearx. Tho llrt up5eion niven of j 1 iiiiilt was remans inane ny in- utile ..l.tl.l - 4 I.I. t....n .... ...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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