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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 27 April 1881

M&drti -""""- y" SIIHHOUIPTION HATKS, .mVlCUTJHING H.AT1CK Urn copf ,oneyen .11 Au l 5 I - One copr(lx month THE HARTFORD HERALD Ono copy, four months H 50 J. " I No deduction from the-e rates muter uny One... i I W 6 1 GO t 2 ) I 5 GO'S 7 ft4f 10 DO i:rcuintAnceb. Two.., 1 7j 2 fiU, 4 (O, 7 SOi.lO UA l&W Three 2 3 & r, CO, 10 Ifi 00 IP to Ah weureeonifielletl by luw tu py pohIhku I'Ollr 3 00 ft U0' 7 M 12 OM IB Urf It) 10 hi advance will nulslite of Ohio 3 Oil 1 00 0 (JO H Ot! 11 00 1M W .'30 (O m paptTH COME, T1IR HERALD OP A SOLS' V WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY HAVE." HCol o oul h (o 12 ,i is on' :w Out 50 (0 County, we are forretl tu require payment on Fcoi ; 10 Mil 15 W 2U WJ' 35 OUI &0 W t0 00 vulitcrlplloiit In advance. 1,1 t All letters on luislnesH iiiiM he itililieHseit For nshnrtertlme.nt proportionate rate. MAUKKTTiV imo.,Puhlh.herH. VOL. 7 HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 27, 1881. NO. 17 Oiih Inch of Npaee constitutes a square. OI BTSOTOKY 00...

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 April 1881

T II E II E R A Xj D. ! T,,K IoltaWe daddy of dead . , ' ititenf Hen Deerlug, of the, at present, JNO. P. UAMtETT, Kpitoii. ' living Lexington JitpuMiean, and CICKRO T.SUTTON, - AhmkiatI; Kmron WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27. 1SS1. LoviNri, who killed Grubbs hi a barroom, hi Howling Green, In March, lias j Ikhmi admitted to hail In the Mini of I. the Tammany Hall election last) from the amount of street cleaning talk which Is to lc found In their column. Two I'nion county women had a tight last week hi which one bit the other's lower lip entirely oil. The biter was held to answer and the lip wrapped In a rag and debited In the cleik's oillee. Mkans, the newly elected mayor of Cincinnati, has already begun the work of reform In that benighted city. Many of the rascals will come to grief. Means holds that Democracy and purity are synonymous terms. Pikk Sap ami Owen Uukeiibeiry, the moonshiners, arretted last week In Grayson county, were taken to ImNvllle and lined $100 each and sentenced to conf...

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 April 1881

V . . tt i t P THE HERALD. LYL'UHUUH lUHHKTT - 1.ooai. Rditok WEDNESDAY, APRIIi 157, 1881. OITH A4ir.TN. Thi) I lowing prnous art authorized to receive MiWrlptlontt nml renewals, advcrtMit"; In tin Hr.itAi.n, orders for Jol work, etc., etc.: JoiinT. Mahti.v, KomIim. Wim, Coii:it, Cromwell. Die. V. M. Taykok, MeHeiny. John V. Maiuian, I took port. David Koukils, Hit Con I. J no. T. Smith, Jr., KonNvJIIe. A. S. A rt.i, Sulphur Spring. It. I1. Maoa.v, Miikhii'h. Uko. M. ItnWK, (Vnilvo. Dit. O. It. Hanhkii, tVnteitown. Jno.T. Nkal, Taney vllle. T. J. ltiTNcii, Morgautowu. V. II. MrmtKlx, Heaver D.mi. a.noi;.o:hi:.nt. We are authorized to announec N. J. HAItUIS, of MuhlenlKrg county, a candidate for the olllce of State Senator In thin, thohth Senatorial District, com toned of the counties of Ohio. Iwrg and Hutler, Milject to the action of the Democratic party Y are authorized toauuouuet Judge THUS. (!. CAltSON, of Hutler county, a candidate for State Setmtoi m thin, the Eighth Senatorial...

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 April 1881

Ottciittmro Junction, ' htit I do know that lliiv Mimilil ivaily vu, ihmui: ilnlmM iwlallv tho peoplciif Xf.twliiBnytW"B from tliW plucol puriR hv )t.nt ,0Ilff am, i your valuabUMMper, nml thinking It I M wf hmNv,et New Albany C'HIHU UHU HI llll I1IIIH1 l llll mjr iMiiiiic i no. hin uiihi of pjttluirK rtial ami a Hnn.; r.ipiHty .l.,il. lieiv, I will try to give you a Av, 0OM. rIKllt inUvlllo. Tin only Mine; cur i!ill. tom,i- way of breaking up thN i to'st. Pliarl Mint's owuwl lv St. V liavea pKMlly niuulr of Olik!()lVt.,op lhl. ro, ,nIiu of Kentucky, ; nanl Coal fompiuy; eapi'diy from ..Mini. here'my nweet M-lf" nmoiigj lxxu Ut ww n,H railroad- to tr:iiiport to forty t'lim l illy. I'ln ic Till now, oiioofLll:1i ... (irtVt. rvnM.imhlt. and I are. In addition In (hi. til. il... s .v ! theliveliol little towns In the (ireeu river country. We have II w store, as .John S. Voting, dry kK i. ,ot, Oiot.grot'filt. &'.; MeMaiinon, Vines A Co., general store, grocerle, piovMons dry good, 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. — 4 May 1881

'i u ii SUHSOItllMION ItATKS. - - - Unpnneyear..,....,.;. . H..JUi uue coiy?tt:tmoiith 75 One copy, four month V) No deduction from the rntc muter nny circumstance. , ah uc nre compelled oy luw to pay positive hi flitvunce oh pupern cut outside of Olilo County, wo are furcM to require payment ou 4ithirr1ptloiiH tti nilvuni'4. ll letters on Inislne must be iiihlrewd IIAIIUKTTA ItUOMrntKvherN. ' DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. nurtTiTCoiniT. II . 1 l.mMilH I'. Little, JuilKe.OwenMioro. linn. Nm, Attorney, fnllioon. K. I.. Hullen.T( Jallrr. lliirtfnrtl. Ourenen lliinlwlcK,Ucrk. Miirtfonl. K. It. j urrt'll.. Matter ('oiiiiiiUtlitner.llurtforil. 1 1. I,. Hmltli. Hherlll. Unrtfortl. Icutle M.irlon Yule-, ltiitonl; John 11 lt hI iic j Hutu Khimi, ForilHVlll1; J. II. Klminel.reriiUu. .,,.., i'.mhI htiflu; Iniirtli Mondays In Muy nnd Niailr, and joiitliith'S four teeks each ,,r"1" t'orNTvroritT. Itfii. Nnwtoii, Judge, Hartford. 'apt. Ham. Hart font. .1. Attorney, Hartford. Court Ih-Im on the rl...

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. — 4 May 1881

THE HERALD. JNO. P. BARRETT, EniTOK. CICERO T. SUTTON, Associate Kmtoii WEDNESDAY, MAY4.1SS1. - i : FOR THE LEGISLATURE Hon. John William Bryant ON THE WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE PLATFORM Hah for Hryant. Mi;hi.kmiki'.i county )ond ale j tinted at 406i -II cent. Mii.ksOkt.nVhIiov exhibits at next Saturday. Mr. It. H. Pikhti:, of lireckenridge county, has withdrawn from the Senatorial race In that district, W. IL liAKNKs. a worthy citizen of Ohio county, ww In the city Monday, and fold a pood 15 J hands mule forSl.'W. Jtowlht if rent Democrat. ON last Sunday night Jan. II. Smith, who lives on the Short Line railroad, had seven head of line cattle killed hy a train. There ought to Ikj &omcthing done to protect the farmer's stock. Litchfield Simbtum. Mu. It. Cami'RKM. comes out this week with one' of the very Ut of his pHMluetlons. Mr. C. Is a jmh'I of recognized ability, and his oems are well worth reading. We learn from the MmUam that the sotted fever, which has raged on Short creek In Gray...

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. — 4 May 1881

y 1 I ,&. t THE HERALD. LYCUHUim IIAHHKTT 1ocai. Kntroit WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1681. oru Aii:.TN. Tim following persons tiro authorized to receive subscription unit rone wain, advertlnlug lu tin Hr.iuut order for job work, etc., etc.: JoiinT. Mautj.n, Honlne. Wii.i Cooi'Mi, Cromwell. I)K. V. M. Taymui, McHeuiy., John W. Maiihan, Hookort. David Hookum, Hufonl. J so. T, Smith, Jr., Fordsvllle. A. S. Arw., Hulphur Springs. It. I. Maman, MtigunN. (Uak M. I town, (Vrnlvo. Dit.U. lt.KANii:it, IViilerlowii. J.no.T. XKAM'uncyvllle. T. J. Hrsni, Morgantown. W. II. MrmiKM, Heaver Dam. I . , , 3 a.noi!M'i:mi:.nt. Wo arc authorized to announce N. J. HAKIMS, of Miililciitterg county, n candidate for the oltleeof Htnto Senator In thK theSlli Senatorial District, of thu counties of Ohio, and Hutler, subject to tin action of tho Democratic parly. j i Wo itreuiithorlKcd toanunuucc Judge THUS. t'AlLSON, of liutlor county, u candidate for State Scuatot in this, tlit I Z i k 1 1 1 1 Senatorial District...

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. — 4 May 1881

i.ti:i, n:iKs .u. UR.hiriKtoii Clijr mi Hie MKlHnr "" " Lincoln'! Hilnlln. " ., ..-:".""? T,.f,' '.J willin j, iii . jiii"iii n' ii-v-i--i- nated by John Wilkes Booth in Font's iliAnlnnn( V neli In rvlmt ll Tim titttr !w t,,r",nr fol" ,"",,lr',, l,elPl0" """ '" of ll.o .i,iht In the WlnR.ii who wot In- theater, hut In WmIiIiirIou ,"'"" "f ' n"'" nn,'"m n,l on,P,M, ' he u 111 never never force! It He wis not M.InvttSJ!rSf Mr. l"; lnl nor of any memlwr of Ids Cahinfl; nor a lie tliere In rapacity of a or He In tlie oit that evening Friday, pril Mi about three oVlook on a flue t earner from f'lty Point, frantN oi mipplles on .lame river. Ho didn't put up at the Kbhitt or take room at the ItfgKs Hoiho, hut eoutented him elf, as UM heeonld, with an immble and J,U nnoinpr IOI,mv mm, ami wen- floor -d the Old Capitol He aeeompanyin friiwls'mo thiec orlK"" l,alf UnUT: V"1 l1"1 l,0Ur' fleiier.il Miiltl. timetn., fimr hundred in nu.nl.r, reived a t"i.?lviiiR Kn.l deal of attention on their ar...

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. — 11 May 1881

it r M SUHSOUIIM'ION liATIiSS t i onVcupyjdueYrtr One 4U copy, tx III month -4. ..T .. ..:?-..:. .... r I "i' THE HARTFORD HERALD. Jr i i.j'r ST ri at r One copy, four months - 50 i tales under One I (0,t I fiO'f 3 GO 6 no 7 y t JO oo Jrpiu tinge any i NgjIwhiglQu TWOh.,,,.,.1 I 75L a 501 4 uu 1 re n ... li i t mi Pf7l Three . 2 50, 3 50 AUtloOO; 1&(jj 1H 00 1 ( Four.......... .1 tti 6 W 7 SO 12 00 16 (Juj 20 CO As-we ure compelled bylaw to pay pouue Ji To!.. .. I 4 00 8 Wl K 00 II 00 SO OJ, 30 00 In uttviUH'e on pupern eht outside of Ohio " 0)MEt THE HERALD OF A SOISY WOULD, THE' NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY HACK." ft Col.... ! 00 8 0U! 12 0U 1H 00 30 (M SO (JO County, w a Torced to ieo,ulre puyment on I Col 10 00 15 00 3) ( tt 00 50 00 fU U) ttiiutcrlptlou In udvuiiee. All letter ou business uiHnt bo luMresmtl For a shorter time, At proportionate rate. VOL. 7 HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MAY 11, 1881. NO. 19. One Inch of space con'tltid e a square HAUUKTTA im0..1,ublWheni. DBSil...

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. — 11 May 1881

TII'EIFEHALD. JNO. PBAnRETT, K pi to h. cicerot.suttojc 0'1ATE EniTou , JVKDXESBAY, MAY 11. 1 SSI. Mtu JitMC Yon IIoiihikh, one of, the lending merchants f Iulvllle dfwl 1ad week. Ann Kmj!a, Hrlgham Yomig'H wife! No. 10, will deliver a lecture on lXJii. JjitCi Ic3'i "i Friday- night ' ""' . ,i The CaHeyville Owrirr speaks of! A rnl. tin h'liiiiht. Plt'nwi to L'lve IIS lli hfVri f U rsN progrens and alms of the order iind oblige. Why I' the mnti who occupies the !eat next to Mahone In the Senate like the outer edge of uce? Hecaue he Is next to nothing. See? hie supreme. Court oi iue umnn. bmiacl.ll that no State, ha, .. rlKht bi'lmiKvw u tax on ami i i other eoiuinerclal traveler. The Husxlnti government ha ie,0001hllitH to the mines of and there are as many more to follow, titill (he not Aid wife. The treaty with China which restrict heathen Immigration ha been rati tied by Uie Senate. There Is a largo amount of njoiciiiH lu the Tacllic Staten over the event. No .MAN Jh to Ik; conde...

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. — 11 May 1881

-,V' THE HERALD. liYClf ROUS HAUUKTT Local Kditok WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1881. oiu xur.yts. Thu following are authorized to receive HulncrlptlonM and renewal, adverting lu the Hkkai.u, irders for job work, etc., etc.; JoiinT. M auxin, ItoMue. Wii.i. (Nmipkk, Cromwell. Du. V. M. Tavuik, McHenry. John W. Maiiiian, HekMrt. Daviu IhKiKits, Huforil. J .no. T. .Smith, Jr., Fonisville. A. H. Aui.l, Kulphiir .Spring. It. 1 Macian, MagntiV. Iko. M. Itou'i:, Ceralvo. Dit. G. It. Handkkh, (Vntertown J.no. T. Nkai Caneyvllle, T. J. Hunch, Morgaiitown. W. II. MtJIUIKM., Keuver D.litl. an.noi;:i;ii;n r. . !"""" T , V are authorized to announce. . J. IIAlUUH, of Muhlci.lcrg eounty, a candidate for the office of KUUo Senator In thin, the 8th Senatorial District, com . i ne i... ,m.tttM txf niii.i fntljtii. urn-M in iiiu iinmiim "i wiiiw, U.rg and Butler, nuhject to the action or the liemocrauc jmny. We are authorised toaunouuee Judge THOS. t t'AltSON, of Duller count v, u cnmlldate for State Sctiatoi i...

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. — 11 May 1881

munition. : thtMiM plan will litlurearo mcnoii all add twotlrop ofwwl wood tliixe linen of rtutl (MKilili1 of milling" Simla very thonuiKlilyt inlaMi nioiitl nutor lfrratih I g tu,n. fill, garpllng It nubile In tlic lliro.it miii. ImreH)KMe to a rvqutfgm Orogus I x lhink the grtfaUKt diniculty In our swallow Jr. Ucpent tills ftequcntly, o T attempted In a former coramimlca roaii 8wtem (if we )mVe nnyi I the In-1 n to ue up the mixture In the tlrt 24 Hon to present my view In icgnnl to calnn'of urr.wuU; that U c.iuil main- lmiirn, iiIwavh .-hakim: wrll his proponetl Hcpumh school nyMcm; ly . or by Mirveylnjf our lamk It'liiK. After the flirt ln ,ne drop atai, In regnnlto pome other queMlon' nmt our land m Mirveyed to of Creosote and the miiiu amount cf jawing out of the main question. T M1u rcKanllesof cwire. wntcr ItirhiK liour. Ioiik as it is tbN communication he responded In , ilien our ihkicU wvre to run ou Us- The Mine mixture has often tlioHKRALOof UielJUh ult,KiyliiBlu'jtww1 t...

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. — 18 May 1881

hriiKCUIPTION HAT158. Onecdpy.bnoycor m ...ti 60 aiiocuvy,lxmontlu... M 74 6110 copy, four months M ..M 50 No deduction from thcie rates under any clrcumtuncei. Am we are compelled by law to pay puxtuKe In uUvutice on puperH neiit outiMe of Ohio I'oiinty, we nru forced to require payment on htlUHCiipllomlii mlvanre. THE HARTFORD HERALD. A.DVICIITIKINO WATKS One rf I OJ.t 1 50 $ 2 no I SOU TBif lOW Two 1 75 J i 4 on 7 .V). 10 (! !.- (O Three..,. 2 ta 3.V 1015 15W. is in Four....... sort 12 0SilBu? "0(0 " COME, THE HERALD OP A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY RACK" MCol...... MCbl 4 W 8 00 tW 12 HUS M is (rnj :a) mri M ia ICol. WW 15 00 'JU u :ti 00, 0 uo !a ou 1 1 fi All letters on uuhIuu muni bo add routed - - g VOL, 7. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MAY 10, 1881. NO. 20. ForaHhurterUnietfttprnportlonAtPmtcr IIAUIIKTT A 1IH0., Publishers. One Inch of Mpnce cumriUuten h hquuie. DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY, I'illt'UlTCOUUT. IIk. 1. I.uWuh I. IjIUIu, JudK?,)weiiboro. Il. 1. No...

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. — 18 May 1881

THE HERALD.', laUliKKSUioh aM.cn hundred-dollar fountain. J NO. I IUIUIETT, CICKUOT.HITTTON, KniTOit. Associate Kiiitdk WEDNESDAY. MAY 18. 1881. Tin: Western Kentucky l'res meets In Ilopklnsvllle to-day. Tlie ewIoii promises to be one of great interest and profit. death from sunstroke are reported from various places In the North. Zens of McLean county, died at his home on Tuesday, the 10th Inst. Camiwkm went to church hint Sunday and was "mashed" on one of young ladies. Sintth KmtuvkUm. Dili they serain) him off? A coaioii. can exIojHled In the btore of Morgan fc Hro.. at (Jrayuon Springs, lat Thursday, fatally injuring two, If not three, men. The More, together with its contents, was n total loss. TilKJews otthc Old World are Just now receiving very lmih treatment, iIecially hi Ituia and (icrmany. Huulreds have been killed and the work of murdering them goes on dally. A man living near Stephensport, Hreckenridge county, aud who has been Hind for seventeen years, went to the "Pink ...

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. — 18 May 1881

. THE II Ell A LD. J) A Jill 1JU' UYCU11UUM 1IAHHKTT lAH'Al. Kuirou WEDNESDAY, MAY HM Ol! It AUHXTM. Tho following erns arc authorized to receive ulMcriptlmiH ami renewal, uilvertltlitK In tho IlKUAM), on Urn fur job work, etc., etc.: JoiinT. Makti.v, JUmIius Wii.i. Coopkh, Cromwell. Da, V. M. Taylok, McHenry. John V. Maiuian, Hockport. David IUmikiw, Jtufonl. Jno. T. Smith, Jr., FortUvllle. A. H. Ai'M., HuIphnrHpriiiK. Jt. l Maiian, MngaiiV. G). M. Howk, Ceralvo. l)it. O. H. Handkhk, (Yntcrtown. J no. T. Xk.u Canuyvllle. T. J. Hunch, Mortftntowii. V. II. Ml'iciikm, Ueaver Dam. A.NXOt'XKMIl.NT. We nre authorized to uutiotmee N. J. HAIMU8, of Mtilik'iiU'rLf county, a candidate for thu otlleoof Htate Senator In thin, tho 8th Hcnatoriat District, of the counties of Ohio, and Duller, Htihject to the action of tlic Democratic party. We are authorized toaiiuounce Judge THUS. ( CAIM)N, of Duller county, a candidate for Kt ate Seimtnt in tlnV, the Klk'hth Senatorial District, of the counttc...

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. — 18 May 1881

'I Don't Wnii I Hint Miiir," Js wlmt a latly of ttoston salil to her husband when he brought home some' medicine to euro her of siek headache ' and neuralgia which h:td made her miserable for fourteen years. At the I first attack thereafter it hI to her with hiicIi good result that she continued Its use until cured, ami made so enthusiastic In IU prnNe that ' Mie inuuoeu twenty-two or me ucm families In her circle to adopt Has their regular family medicine. That 'Stud1' Is Hop Hitters. Standard. i 4-n in rjf r itooii. Mr. llWnu was born near. Hullitt county, Kentucky, July 10th, 1S79. He was maitled in Nelson county, December 21, 1S40, to Mary J. AValker, sister of Klchard M. and til!:is Walker the former Jiving near Hartford and tlie latter living in Ureckcnrldge near the Ohio county Hue. In ISoOMr. Itosou moved to the furin on which lie died, in Ohio county. For the bust eight or ten yean he has been In bad health and It was evident that he was suffering from as many us two or thr...

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. — 25 May 1881

M HKCHIPTlON KATI28. Ouvcupy.oneyeur .. 1 i to One copy,U mouths , 7S One copy, four mouthi - - .-.. 50 No deduction from tliee rates under n'uy clrcuinttunceN. Ah wcarc compelled by Uw to pay pontage lit Hilvuiu'e uu pupcr vnl nutiddu of Ohio (.'utility, we ure for en I to require payment uu milHcrlptloiiH In udvniice .VDVICUTIHING KATK8 THE HARTFORD HERALD. 1 One... I 1 GUt 120120) t & GO 7 hit 10 to Two,., 15 00 Three ' 2 io oof i; ih co Four 3 12 OUI 10 u VO W "iCol I 4 00 6 Yi) M (Jiil II no 20 a :) ou "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMIiEIilNO AT MY HACK" tu o uu Ml 12 is om :w uw o to ICol IU00' 15 (WW) 3.1 OOl fJk I all W 00 All lettert on business niutd bo nddreMCil For a iihorlertliue, at proportionate rut e. llAllKRTTAimo.tl'uliHfclii'ni VOL. 7. HARTFOKD, KENTUCKY, MAY 25, 1881. NO. 21. One Inch of space constitutes a squart . OIRTSOTOlY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT COUHT. II i.i. Lucius P. Mtlh Jtidicf,Owiiiooro, II... i. Joseph Nm AUirii...

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. — 25 May 1881

rP TT T? T-T 17 T? A Ti T J NO. V. UAHHETT, EtllTOK. CICERO T.SUTTON, ASSOC! A TK KllT01l WEDNESDAY, MAYSM. 1SS1. The Slnto Baptist Association held its annual meeting nl ShelbyvHIc last :. ......v...K(,.....u profitable hIoiiI reported. A. V. Jknkins, of Duller county, Ii.ih brought fcult ugahist hi brother for $10,000 worth of character taken from him by u reHrt that ho was a thief. M. E. O. Davis, Bherltr of Daviess county, has on account of the InmlMjuaey of the compcnwUion. The county bus neither hherill'ur coroner. A vkuv destructive lire occurred hi Xuxhville on the 17th Inst. A largo imrllon of the city was totally ruined, the losn amounting to $000,000. Tiik adjournment of the Senate last Friday was the most quiet ever known. The whole gang In, and ought to be, ashamed of the course pursued hi the conduct of the iiflUIra of the Senate. Tiik ChlcaKo lime ha.s made arrangement to print the entire New Testament u.s hood ks u copy of there-vise! edition can lie pnwurrtl. This I...

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. — 25 May 1881

T IT Ji) II J3 II A Ij 3 . LYCUKOUHHAKUKTT Local Kmtok WEDNESDAY, MAY tlftlbsl OIK .Utf.SlH. Tho following ktmoih arc authori.eil to receive MilMcrItinns mid renewal;, atlvertNinin u Hkhai.I), tinier- for joli woik, etc., ete.: JoiinT. Mahtin'i ItoMlne. Will eooi'Kit, (Vomwell, Die. V. M. Tayuhi, Mvllfiiry. John W. Maiihan, Koelqiort. David ItmintH, Union I. J no. T. .Smith, Jr., Konltvlll. A. 8. Aui.i, Kulphur Spring. It. I'. Maiian, Mukiiii'h. (Iko. M. ItoWK, (Vrulvo. Hit. CI. It. HAMi:its, (Vntertown. Jno.T. NKAiCaneyvllle. T. J. Hunch, Morijantowii. W. II. MniKKLL, I leaver D.tin. '.,.. .. J AN.VorXClHIIIVr. W are authorial to announce N J. HAItUIH, of MuhlenlKTtf county, a raiiditliite for the otllcoof Ktute. Senator in tliin, the Mil Senatorial District, of the counties of Ohio, and Htitler, Mihjwt to the action of the Democratic parly. We are authorized toauuounce JikIkc THUS. i I'AltSON, of Uutler county, n enudldato for State Senatoi in tin, the Eighth Sctmtoilnt DNtiict, 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. — 25 May 1881

in mi:moiiiam. Mm, .mVuiVA. Furil. .. . .. ., iffFor A A 1. I.1... -Mis 11 cm .was uoru ui iut rraiuvuw . . , )IMi Joseph H.Cooper, near Rockvale Ureckenridgy county, Ky., October 23, 1600, and wa the oldest daughter of Elijah H. and j Xancy X. Coopor. She Joined the during n protracted meeting 1 nt "Mt. Pleasant, Ohio county, In November, 1877. She was 11 trlct member and was closely attached to the Interest and welfare of the church of which she ww a member. On tho ISth of November, IMS, she was married to Thos. H. Ford, oldest son of Harvey T. Ford, hlio being at that time only nineteen yeab aud two months old. She was confined to her bed since March 1, 1SS0, and during her long protracted Illness sho was never known to murmur or complain. Everything that could be was dono by her fond husband, parents and friends. Ju.st before bhu died she gave Instructions about her burial aud chose a hymn to lc sung at the funeral. 8he died of consumption, at the residence of her father, two mi...

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