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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 1 June 1881

ft 'i Sl'HStUMPTlON KATKS. UiiiotiiOiioyeur J) Ui Unv eopy,six mouth.. 75 One cupy, four month 50 No deduction frum Uicho uuy circumstance. At we ure compelled by law to pay postage la ml vu nee on papers sunt outMde of Ohio County, wo me forced to rtMiilio aytnciit on SUhsCtlptlOUS III iulV.tlK'O. All letters on business must bo ml dressed HAKUKTT& UUO., Publishers. DIREOTOBT. COUNTY DIRECTORY. liUCUITCOlUlT. Hon. huchu l Mltte, Jude,Owmboio. Hon. Joseph No', VUoriiey.ralhoon. K. U, Juller, lluriiord. Clarence. llardwhk.Uerk, llaitfurd. I I. Ilunrplti Miutert'iiuiiiUlniicr,llaitIord, II. I,. Hmltli, hhcrur, llartl.ml. M.ulou V.uos lltiturd; John II. HmIuo; Han Keown, rnrdvllle; J. JI. Kliuniul, Curat vo. ...... . 1'nirt livtclui tourth Moiiduy In May imjl NovoiiImT, mill continue lour weeks each Uni1' COUNTY COUKT. lieu. Newton, Judge Hartford, runt. Ham. K.CiClerlCf Hurt lord. J. kMunderfur, Attorney, Hartford. Court begins on the llrnt -Monday In every ,,,U'1111' UlTAUTi:UhYC...

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. — 1 June 1881

THE HERALD. JNO. P. BARKETT, Editok. CICERO T.SUTTON, AHbOCIATEKllITOK WEDNESDAY, JUNK 1. 1SS1. AN ntteinpt has been made on the life of the Czar. He Is cloe!y guarded. It Is repotted that the Star route thieves have leen regularly Indicted by the U.S. Grand Jury. "TilPrinineatloTir'iiow are dial Governor Cornell will Iks elected n U. S. Senator from Now York. TjiKiti: will le a total celiac of the moon at ml Infght on the 11th I11M. It will le generally vllble In thin country. Kkveral Interesting and newsy com which were crowded out of our Iut Issue appear on our llit jKige. ... . i m An excursion rt earner w 1th hIx hundred persona on hoard went tlown ai Loudon, Ontario, bust week. The loat was I cully constructed and was heavily over-loaded, CttocrK letH our readers know that he Is not dead ami gives u little wholesome ndvleo to nowsimper correspondents .generally. We dial 1 have an article from his pithy in at an early date. JM not fall to read the letter to farmers which appear...

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. — 1 June 1881

"- - r t 4r. i r T HE II E 11 A Tj 3 LYUUUUUHUAHHirrr UKAi.KDmjii WEDNKHDAY, JUNK 1, 1881 ovu aji:ms. Thu following icriii are uutliorli'il to hiilHurlptloiH mill renewal's utlvi'rtMng In ilu IIi:kai.i, onlcrs for Job work, etc., eta: JoiinT. Mautix, HonIihs Wii.uCnorint, Cromuvll. hit. V. M. Taymiii, Mdkdiry. John W. Mahiia.v, Kuckimrt. David Uookiw, Itufonl. J no. T. Smith, Jr., Konlsvlllc. A. H. Aui.i, It. I. Mauan, .MhuiiV. (I ho. M. Jtowi:, (Ynilvo. Pit. U. It. HANli:n, ( VntiTtowii. J.n,T. Xiiai., Cuueyvllk. T. J. Hunch, Morgtuitown. W. II. Ik'iivcr Dam. AXNOIJ.'i;R.T. We tiro uuthoriiil to minotitico X J. IIMIHIK, of MiiIiIimiIhtk comity, a euhilliluto for the ollleo of State Senator In thin, tint Mil Heimtorlttl DMrtet, of the roimlU'H of Ohio, and Htitlcr, Mlljift to tlie art ion of tlit) Democratic parly. We an autliorl.rd In announce J inlc THUS. CAItMON, or llutler enmity, a ruiHlMate for State Seiiatot m tliN, the Kilith Senatorial District, emu inmil of tin enmities of...

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. — 1 June 1881

Itullrr C'oiinlj llriiitirrfiUi Com f H' lion. At a call convention ol tne Democrats of Hutler county, at the In Morgantown, on the 21t tiny of May 168If for the purpose of eU'ClIng tlelegaUs to the convention of the KIglith Senatorial District at Hartford, Ky., on the fitli day of June, lfcSI, the following proceetliiiKM were held: On motion of II. A, Jamc, Judge Kills Cole was called to the chair, and AV. A. Helm chosen secretary. A committee of four wan then to draft reMlutioiH, which committee, ntter retiring, reported the following, which uere unanimously ad4)ptetl: ffrwttvrtt That we, the DeinocratHof Uutler county. In in mm convention assembled, hereby approve the call of a convention to meet In Hartford, Ky., on the Oth proximo, to select a Democratic candidate for the KIglith Senatorial District at the coming August election. JttKoh'al, That Judge Kills Cole, Judge T. 1 Ward, Capt. J. V. Sproule, C. Kelley, Lysander J. Smith, Jerome T. Moore, J. D. Cauau, It. D. 11. Helm, C...

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. — 8 June 1881

! (i SlHKOIUP'i ION HATISS. ADVKHT1SING H,VrriUK Ono copy, one year....... ... w ..fi to THE HARTFORD HERALD. One copy, six luunths ., 75 t V One copy, four mouths - W No deduction from thee rates under uny One ........ 1 1 u) f i m 2 co 6 0U' 7 A I 10 00 Two....... I TA1 250 4 00 7 W. 10 00 15 00 circumstances. Three., 2ft! 350 S 00 10 00 15 00 is to As we are compelled by fuw to pay polujie Four..... 3 00 500 7fi6 12 00 16 Ui 010 J Col. 400 8 00 14 Cti 20 on WOO lu ml v unco on papers eut outNldo of Olilo "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." hCoi tf 00 m 15 00 .10 oo !0 tf) County, wo uru forced to require payment uu ICol 10 uo 15 0W 20 00 35 00 60 00 MOO uhMcrlptlou In advance. All Icttem on business must bo addressed For ashorteitlrae, at proportional! ruler. VOL. 7. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JUNE 8, 1881. NO. 23. One Inch of space constitutes a square. UAUKETTA 11110., Publishers. DIREOTOEY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. CIUCUITCUUHT. 11. in. f.uel...

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. — 8 June 1881

THE HERALD. JN'O. T. UAIIKBTT, - CICERO T.HUTTON, - Akxjciati Km run. : Km run WEDNESDAY, J I'XKS 1SS1, Democratic Ticket. van HKI'KIS'KNTATIVi:, JKKHE 8. WILMAMS, -FOK STATK 8KVAT0R, JUIM2K THOMAS O. CAIISON, A wi.si: Hiii maketh n glad father, hut t litre Is hucIi a thing as getting too smart for (he old man. Kthawh show which way the wind hlows. (iimmI. Straws how which way the Julep goes. Holler. It Is said hy some that I'latt was the lender In the resignation movement, and that Conkllng merely followisl his satellite. Tin: railroad tax in Allen county Is $(W per $100.00 valuation of property. The County Court have eomplksl with the mandamus of the V. S. Court ami have Uen releused. Skvkhal Kentucky editors are going to do something for the sake of curiosity that they have hitherto refused to do for the good of their souls. They are going to read the New Testament. Mas. Gaukii:m Is now almost well and will go to her former home In Mentor, Ohio, next week. Mrs. GarhVld is a pure,...

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. — 8 June 1881

I THE HERALD. LYCUHUUS HAIUtKTT mi t hot'AL KtllTOK WEDNESDAY, JUNK 8, Ifal oi'it a(ji:.ms. ri;uHOAi.. Thus. U. and II. W. Uvis,iif Itohie, were in town ut Monday. Frank I'. Ditto, of Vine (J row, Is visftliiK friends and rel.Ulveri in town. Jude (ivorgu W. ltay,of OweiilNiro, N In attend. nice at our court thN ucck. Mr. Charles Kelly, of MorKuutnwu, I In nttendnmv at Circuit Court thN uceV. J. Yager, editor or the hi I eh Held Sttntttam, was In town .Saturday and timidity, MIi Jennie MeClarty, of OwetiHUiru, Ih vMtltnr the f.unlly of Hon. 11. I). McIIvury. Our young friend, Iwis Taylor, of Cromwell, was In town Monday ami gave ih a call. Judge 8. I1. Jjovu ami daughter, MK Jennie, are In town, the giicd ofl'rof. Way I and Alexander. Mr. John Uiytoti, of III ley 'h Htatinti, N visiting her pa rents, Mr. ami Mrs. K !. Hayden.lhU week. Messrs. T. J. Hunch, A. T. Dockcryi J. M. Carson, J.T. Moore, II. A. James, W. A. Helm, J. K. Herreld, J. 1C. Wldttaker, P. U. Whittaker, J. Mc Kenney,...

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. — 8 June 1881

To Ihr YottnpMeii. IVobnbly not one Inn luiniluilean do anyone thing thoroughly. They can nllilignn nt "anything tliat comes hnmly." but, us for excelling In any trade, business nrt nrjirolVMoit, that in utterly out of the question. . One of these young men calls upon us; perhaps lie U a graduate of M.nie college, has III diploma, and plenty of, recominciulations from clergymen and members of Congress. We him what he can do. lie Is not particular can turn his hand to mot anything. We give him a trial, and find he cannot write a decent hand, nor jr'11 or punctuate correctly, nor write with any degree of rapidity, nor read a wlrange manuscript, nor do anything whatever with promptness and judgment, which Is rtijuMtc in huiitcs. lie has no knowledge on any NUbJect; haw .simply a Jumbled inav of information, which may lc sound or otherwise, and which he can not turn to any practical account. Helms been nil Ids life reading about how things are done hit-tend of learning to do them. This ...

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. — 15 June 1881

SlHSOIMPTION UATKB, ,VI)V11!UTIH1NG H-A-TICS One copy, one year... tl Au z I 2 . THE HARTFORD HERALD One uopy,nlx mouths ji 2 o w Ouocupy, foui mouths 50 ST " r ? i 1 S- No deduction fiom thene rates under miy One 'I I 00, Ittl.f 2B0 aOU7AUf 1J00 circumstance. Two ...! 1 4 U) 7 fin) 10 IW 1ft 00 Three- ' 2 50 q wit 10 00 15 0U 18 U) Ah we are compelled liy liivv to my postage Four ! 3 w) s to 750 12 CO 16 onl SO 00 III U'iVlltieu Oil ptlpcrM sent OUtKlllo of Ohio 4 UUI 11 to uiu County, wemu forced to require payment on COME, THE lIEItAI.lt OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL XAT10X& LUMHEltlNO AT MY HACK." UCol. 12 JO 18 W 50 00 fCol. 1000 15 UO auuu 3.00 50 00 WW HIllHCrlpllOUK In 11(1 Vllllt'tt. All lellcn on IiuhIidwh must m addiessed $ For afthortertlme, at proportionate rater VOL. 7. HARTFORD, JUNE 1881. 24. itAitiurnw uuoMi'ubiikh.Ti(. KENTUCKY, 15, NO. One Inch of Hpace constitutes a g,uare. DrRF.aroRY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. ClKCIMTCOCUT. ,:clll I'. 11111"', JU'MC, uwcuitooio....

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. — 15 June 1881

THE HERALD. JNO. I'. UAUHKTT, KniToit, CIl'KUOT. SUTTON, AMKIATK Kihtou WEDNESDAY, JUNE lii. IS&1, Democratic Ticket. roi; iiiii'KOK.ntativi:, JKS.SK S. WILLIAMS, rou M'ATi; si:.vmit, JIMHSK THOMAS CAHSON, Man kfrkrifliu timl U tlnl. A iow kick Hit lmtkel mid huh. No din't rvxwv to us If I he girl- do iim iMftwdorif tiny don't nt their fares on the choiiMer of our lot coat . Anotiikk Keutueky lioie ha won theKniit French races. There were ten eiitrfcsiuul thu grand nne amounted to 100,000 francs or SIH.soo. Koiity tliousaml EiijtIMi Mhliers are now In Ireland to compel a few Marvlug h;imuUh to jiay rents which they are unable to make out of the land they occupy. Tin; Wvnt KtiUmk Ilatvon has removed from Kuttuwu, Lyon county, to liducah. Wu hope the enterprWng editor will meet with the hiiccos he so much deserves. Tin: author of UiVpoem on our llrst page Is AW Soott, hut there are thoughts in it worthy of Scott. The emniru of thought Is u one and N: O.T.Scott is one of its arduou...

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. — 15 June 1881

Til E HERALD. :WBBrXBMeaBSMBeiBfliSSS5TBXS9e' LYCUIMIUHIIAUUKTT - l.ow. Khlloii WKDNKSDAY, JITNK 1ft, 1881 unit A(ii;.r.H. Tim following persons art uutliorl.tMl to receive HiilHcrlptloiiH ami renewal, in tfie HKitAi.it, onto for Job work, t'U, etc.: JollN'T. MAICTIX, KoilllC. Wu.i. Cooi'int, Cromwell. Dit. V. M.TAYum, Melleniy. John V. Ma mi an, ltx'kMrt. David Itoomts, llufonl. J no. T. Smith, Jr., KoriUvlllt. A. S. Arix, Hiilliur Spring. It. I1. Maoan, Miikuii'h. (Ii:o. M. Itowt:, (Yrulvii. Dit. (J. It. H.Mi:i(, (Vnlertown. J no. T. Ni:ai., Cuneyville. T. J. ltiTNi'ii, Mori;uiitovii. V. II. Mi'mtKi.!., Heaver D.iui. - , . - f A..Ni'.ci:Mi:.r. V are authorize I to announce Col. Q. C. SHANKS a catiilnlate to represent Ohio county In tlie next ol Kentucky. Kleetlon AtiK"t IHM1. I'I'.HSONAI,. J nine Itoue, nf Island Station, uu In town hut week. Dr. Joe Taylor, ol Cromwell, was in town Krhlay and KrMay night. Mini JarvN has accepted a In tin dry kimm of It. 1. I towr. Mr. J. layton a...

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. — 15 June 1881

T IMurittloti. "ThU power onr ulitvfttton intuit' of the pouvritof puMic jxriicvUttwyiiijf cweiitialfj to jovcrnmeiit." Alitor lentht: Tlieulmvt seiiU'iict? U what I wmtM Cull tliv ltrt article of the uliiaitloiinl cit'w! of the believer hi our public school syti'in. It U the llrt of a limn-Ur of (t!iieiit!oii;il axioms agreed upon by a committee of conference of our JA'gMuture atul our exSiijierlutviuleiit of common school, Howard Henderson. Coming from utieh a ource It U reasonable, to Mipoe that it Is a telling argument and that miM committee and superintendent judgetl It cxicdfent to oiler to us some reason why the State should assume the right of ediicatloua' control. It nlso evidently grants or at least Implies, that a valid reason Is neccHsary lu'loro such control should bo by the State. The Mug grunted, It only remains to find, "Are the public schools a preventive of crime;" second, "Is secular education a preventive of crime at all." To avoid all misunderstanding I will her...

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. — 22 June 1881

' i i" SUMSCJItU'noV It VPK3. rVliVICItaMHlNO ItATKK One copy, fa One. copy, nix month 75 THE HARTFORD HERALD. Ono copy, four months vw . 60 No deduction from the rMe uiuler uny j eirutincttunves. One .... I 00,t I Wt 2 fiO f awi 7 ao f WOO An Two... i 75! 2A0 4 0U 7 601 10 0U IS 00 wourecoiiipelU'il by lnw to puy i.onlujfe Three. 2 00 3 66 6(ju It) VOl 16 i IK (JO In iulvaiic 011 pupern Kent outride of Ohio Four.., 3 00 5 00 7 50 12 M 16 00 20 00 'ounty, ure are force-1 to "I COME, THE JIEIULI) OF A NOISY KCol., 40U 00 U IW 20 M) anu require THE NEWS OF ALL payment on WOltLI), NATIONS LVMIiEHINO AT MY HACK." JiCol.. ttU 8 11) i 00 IK O) 30 00 SOU) iilmrlitluuii In mlvuuee. I Col., 10 uo 15 OH 00 3ft 00 W 00 WW All letters Oil hUhieH lllllst UlllIleKHetl HAitmrrTA into., PlllltUluTN. VOL. 7. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JUNE 22, 1881. NO. 25. KorHnhortertlme, fttproportJonatf rate, One Inch of ipace oonitltutec a iquare . II .1 II. i:. I. Mihlii DIREOl'ORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. ciuciMTroimT. Ii...

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. — 22 June 1881

THE HERALD. JNO. I". BAHHKTT, - - Editor. CICEHOT, HUTTON'i AssociATK KMTOlt WEDNESDAY, JUNK 22. ISSI, Democratic Ticket. VOll ltKl'KUMKXTATIVK, JKS8E H. WILLIAMS, l'OH KTATE SKNATOlt. JlHUK'THOMA8 U. OAKSON, h JnfesUil with burglar. i)vn MUrentyix.'d line: "The dead-look still onutlnui." "With all IhyfaultH I love Uiw Mill," said the man to hNqtiurroNomowIfo. . Kkao tlio "KclipMMif tint Moon" on tin tlrst page of Hum paper, hy Oco. Wedding.' Tjik lute Judge I'ofer wan utonethne an alitor. He deserves to rest In ietue for that, If for nothing else. . - - Oni redouhtnhle Ylmlex gives the twaet Matus ot the school fund In this Umio. The llgurtVare reliable ami are worthy of you v attention. The most terrlllc Monti ever parsed over Iowa, Missouri ami KansiLs hiat doing Incalculable damage, UshU,s destroying many liven. Oxi.V the good little lMy will lie allowed to live through the present Hummer. One-half the had ones will he taken oft hy cramp colic, and It Is the fate of the other ha...

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. — 22 June 1881

i THE irERAh ) . U'tiUIKWHIIAHUBTT Kucai. Kmtok WKDXKtiDAY, JITNK, ISSI mm aji:mn. Tim following HrsoiiH art uuthnrlvri to rtrolvo sult'rittoMM ami renewals MlvertMiiK In the Hi:hai.1), orders for jol) work, !., vio.: Joii.nT. Mahti.v, H(h1u. Wll.li CoOI'KIt, (Yomwill. Die. M.Tayuiii, Mulfoiirj. John V. Maiiiian, Hix'kiHirt, David HiMiriLH, Itnfonl. J no. T. Smith, Jr., Konlnvlllt. A. S. An.!., Hiiliilmr SprhiKM. It. I'. Macian, MtiKiitrit. "im, M. Hiiwk, (Vrulvo. Die. (I. It. .Sandkic, (Vnti'tlown. J no. T. Niiai, rmuyvUlr. T. J. ItCNcn, Moricuiitovvii. W, II. MrmtKU., llraviT Dam. a.oi!(i;mi;m. Waruuiithrl.n1 to announce Col. J. C. SHANKS a niiulnlitte to OhlonnnitV In tint next ol Kentucky. Kleetloti AiiKiist ISSI. ri:nsoNAi.. Captain Henry Mcllenry left Tor UiuNvllIe. Master Johnnie Mcllenry h vNilln relatlvcH In Owi'iishwi. Jnme SHiroadrr, of OtwnsUirn, uh hi town lat Saturday. We. regret to learn of Hie eoutlnucil UIuesMof Mr. K. I Thomas Capt. V. T. Klllvif i)weiitljoni, U In...

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. — 22 June 1881

ttWftJhfchtifetMlttl 'turnip ii 1'cmmI. To cook it turn!), mi.vh the titt rt r, U M) simple u matter that there should be very little said about It. Generally peaking, houever.thh ttholexmie veg liable Is presented In a unshed-out state, sotlmt It Is (juKe seldom we Its leal flavor. Many will, jerhapM( my that the real flavor or the turnip Is too strong, and this nmy U an argument In fUvnrofthe reduction of Its flavor In the prooesof , cooking. Ih fjuntiftHH wm Kttlipntttn tttnii, and thoe who imii not endure the full flavor of thN root will hae no trouble In Mubduhi It. Hut It rdioulil m known that eciutltuents that are removed, and therefore UM In theciiMoinary modes of cooking, are the nutritious and coiumiinieate to the 1IM1 when It Is cooked, on what we may rail conservative principles, u far finer flavor than the majority of people have uiiy Idea of. That we may 1 under-Mood, we will nk the leailer to eook two (urnljH In two dlH'ereiit wayn. The first to Ik teeleil and sliced ...

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. — 29 June 1881

Ml tuuMma SU11SCUIPTION JtATKS. AnVMUTiHING KAllCK One uopy, one your ,.i to t S M I i 2 THE HARTFORD HERALD. One eupy,tx month , 75 ?. ' One copy( four mouth ... 60 No deduction from thee rate under any One ifOl2a)t570,llo) Two i 1 7.V 2 ftl 4 uu 7 ft) 10 0l4 15 U clrcMiuiHtHnceK. Three 2 CO 3 ftul ffcmi 10 CO 15 18 (O Am we nre compelled by law to pay poatuKe Four.... 3 W 51M 7 HW 12 Oil' 1(1 UM 3)10 KCL. ::.i QUO 8 (nil II (JO aiiw auto hi atlvance on import tent ouMde of Ohio COME, THE HEIIALD OF A XOISY WOULD, THE SEWS OF ALL XAT10X& LUM11ER1XQ AT MY HACK." ft Col... 0 tJU H 00, 12 m is m, nuuw 50 to County, we ur forced to require payment on ICoU. 10 ou 13 00 3) U 33 001 50 Wi WW It1! subscription In advance. All letter on builne muttt e uddreftNcd For ii shorter time, nt proportionate rate. HAUHKTTA HltO.,Puhllhem. VOL. IIAHTFORD, KENTUCKY, JUNE 29, 1881. NX). 2G. One Ineh of npuce constitutes naqunre. DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. CIUrUITt'OUUT. lion. I,uehn P. Mllle, Jud...

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. — 29 June 1881

THE TIE HAL). JN'O. I JUHHKTT, Kdituh. I KTUO T. Sl'TTOX. .WOUAlE KlUTOIl WEDNESDAY .ITXE 20. 1SS1. Democratic Ticket. roit IIKI'HIKNTATIVK, JICSSK S. WILLIAMS, OH .STATU flKXATOlt, DUE THOMAS ( ('ARSON, John IjAsi.u:, of Utehlleld, wih run over hy a wagon a f.w days ince anil his injuries wen mic!i that he died soon after. Tin: MtcMteld tS'itH?viM ealU young lady vMtoiH "hliMiets." Some of the glrU are mad as wet hens while other hluhet the thought ofu mention in that iaH?r. What If It iloes wrt this grand tdd (Vnnfnonwealthy i-"0 toSliMMiapieee to couvlcl criminals and laud them hi the IK'idtentiary ? When they are pardoned "hrothcr Jeems gets a fen of r? a head. Ah, lllthy Lulaw. Of' .''' ( hvrit '. Wii.ui; Wiiitk, miii of Dr. V. 15. White, of Cloveriort, Mime time since ilrew a iK.'11'plcture of (Sen. H. VI, Iav and Milt It to Hen. CS. ClMls fxf who rejMiuded In a very eoinplhiii'iitary Willie photographs of Ids father and himself. Mit. Jom:pii t,u leading mtTchant.s of Oenhoro,...

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. — 29 June 1881

4 i TILE LIE RA L D . LYCIMIUUH11AHUKTT Uh'ai.Kmkik WEDNESDAY, JlWHtM, lhsl oita ai;i:.ms, Tim following leroiis arc uulhoilcd to receive MilhcrIptIons and renewal, advcitMiiK In the II IIItAU), orders for joli work, etc., etc.: JoiinT. Mainin, HohIik. Wiu. Coopkii, Cromwell. Dn. V. M.Tayuih, MoIIcniy. John V. Maiiiian, ltockKirt. David Kimikkh, Ihitord. J no. T. Smith, Jr., Kordsville. A. S. Arid., .Sulphur Springs It. I1. Mauan, MaauV Ji:o, M. Iliiwi:, (Vralvo. Dit. (7. It. (Vnlerloun. J No. T. Ni:ai.( CaueyvWe. T. J. Hewn, Morguutowu. W. II. Mimitixi., Heaver l.im. We areauthori.isl to auuouuee Col. . C. SHANKS a candidate to represent Ohio county in the next of Kutiick. ICIts'tlon August issl. ITUSONAI, IC. J. Itowe, of Spring l.k'k, was In town a day or two this week. James I. Hall, of ItrcekeuridKc county, oeillnl ti ms us Iat S.itunlay. Mr. I'M Vaer, if OwenlMiro, was In town Saturday evening and Sunday. Couiielluiau I. I' Wo'Tiier and wife left Monday for Cauneltou, link, to...

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. — 29 June 1881

Otnl from Judge Wllrnx. Hock pout, Juiied), IfrralA . AN ACTTO IS(X)HPOHATK THK TOWN UP RocKrorvr, Ohio copnty. lie tt enacted by the General Aew My of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, That (he town of Kockport In the comity oCOIiIo be, nml the same U hereby, In- corporate!, and the town limits he hereafter laid oft' m as not to Include, morn than oiih hundred neres: which - - - I survey and boundary shall be recorded In the Clerk's office hi the Ohio county Court. Xow, Mr. Kdftor, you or any one that Is interested or desirous, can examine the records In the plerk'n oftlce at Hartford you will there sec that there lias been llfty acre, the original survey made by Joshua and John Kenton, recorded. In the year 1870, the railroad engineer surveyed about eighty acres, which failed to be recorded. In 1880, the town trustees for the town of Kockport employed Col. Win, 1'orter to survey the town u us to Include one hundred acres. 'iw surveyors of public highways had received Information that ...

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