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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 10 August 1881

1 L ANNUAL RTATKMKXT, .1ANUAKV 1, 1881. Total C'uhIi AmrlH Totttl dxnU Akm(h In (In UulUil Sluti'S x iisi i o'lritiii"..... (.....,....,.........,.,.,...(.. ,.,i.,,,(, i. ....... N. JI.Thc .Vit i'aU I'lro Surplus r tlilt other Com pan) In Kf FlruliiiitiiUMir t.'oinpany for ISM) fl,7!H),4!Hl IJlildil Sliites liicoiiiuiliiiiiiK IKso l,SlL',ir2 nt 'All lowwt of tills Di'iiartinciil palil ly iih wltlmut to Ltviriool uri'lsowlicri'. HAKIJKE & CAtfrLHMAN', JlnniiBCM Koutliern J)e.'t, Louisville, Ky. BARRETT & BRO., Agents, Hartford, Ky. XI K13NTUCKY 'A J o3 v- M. T. MKltltlM. & MERRILL, Importers, Taioa Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. Tranliitfj btlnman. . 1ST E3 AMERICAN $1$ WATCH. TIo ctl mrilltiarr f rnr with whlrh Mir 11-Match lia Urn n by UiepuMIe lui ei uf t" ere tlr Improre It-- unltt a have f" iI'IihI lt d fhU. nwlatf t o r hi err.i -.1 fjtri.lili 'tlllamt ailratcltic tc I rice, I . Nfiu no cuulrul tt this waicIi. It can not 1 'at il nam ai ynthrr tHircv. Wi flits N- v a mi ti...

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 August 1881

THE HERALD. JNO. I BARRETT, - - Editor. CICERO T. SUTTON, Aociate EniTon WEDNESDAY, AUG 10, 1881. Apology, The H khai.I) Is not out on time thH week, owing to h failure on the part of our paper-makers to elilp our pajwr at the right time. We regret this very much, and In the future, as In the past, will try to guard against such a mishap fiuti It blmll only happcu as It did this time, when we can not help It. McLkax county elected Dr. Light-foot, r republican GrcenUicker, by a tmiall majority over W. L. Rlund, Democratic Did you ever hear u man grumbling about the bad management of other when he couldn't buy a sitting hen on hH account? What were your In regard to his capabilities an a great financier? .i. . . Wk have received Straw for August and we are compelled to nay that it Is letter than ever. Robert Is showing his hand to borne purpose. lug may Strau wave and may the donkey ot adversity never chew It up. lion Inokksom, says of Mexico "The devil bought It at a constable' wde a...

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 August 1881

t: A. THE HERALD. l,Y('iniur HAKHKTT Uxaj. Ktimm WEDNESDAY, AtTU 10, ISSl oiru aji:ms. Tint following K?rmniM nr iiutliurltil In rrct'Ivo Miliioriptlons ami renewal, aihvrtlsIiiK In llit Hkuai.d, nnliTi for job work, i-tit,, tlu. : JoiiNT. Mahtin, HomIim. $ Wii.i. Cooii:k, I)n. V. M. Tavkok, Mullfiiry. John V. Maiiiian, KH'lqorl. David H( mi Kits, llnfonl. J no. T. Hmitii, Jr., Konlsvlllt. A.tf. Auix, ft. l Maoan, Mubhii'm. (Ji:o. M, Howk, Oritlvo. Dlt. (J. It. SANDKIts, (Viitrrtown J no, T. Nkai Ouieyvllle. T. J. HllNCll, .Monguutuwii. W. II. MimitKiX, ii:iisoai,. .Mr. and Mw. W. T. KIiik vMtwl ttmlh Currolltoii Suiulay. Mr. A". I- Morton unit family arc vMtlriK rvlutlviMlu 1 Itirtl tn county. Mr. II. K. Mutiilii, r Home Caw, was In town u lay or two this week, Mr. K. 11, Wl-o, of Oivniuoro, I vMttiiK friend- In thin, liU farmer homo. Mr. J. A. llowo ami Alva Kumi, of Maud Station, an in town vMtliig relative. Dr. W. 1. Iteiinctt irenehel at this plaits Jiift Haturtlay night, Suntl...

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 August 1881

IIiiIiIIn or rnrmer. were UipliiHiieffl habits nf merchants and manufacturer an bail as (lure of Tlieie we lay, fair hiuI beautiful, In trial ot ti uae In the' Interior of Keji- upliK r nwy give rl in mot farmer, 11 Inrge jxtftipn of them the oft uroy of approaching day, thous1 tueky, when a decMon of the .Iiule one ummyr to a ututllllnu 1,hk -would fall within n venr. As a rule. ,'nmN of mllen from oui home, and Ie truek him o had that he rose and wolO0Oln0ulnrH,(KHii of llftlt one. farmers have no system in conducting , their luiMness operations. Theyeontiaot obllgatiouswfthout?ieelfyiugany exact' time when they are to meet them. The system of dealing w ith trader ami me- rhnntainunuialliv most fanners in verv 1 objectionable and iinbiisIne&MIkc. It In having a running account kept by the former of all the articles wild, made, or repaired. A duplicate Is rarely kept by the latter, who Is generally utonihed at the amount of every bill that I presented for payment. Accounts grow...

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 August 1881

I) J IMMMftMlMM SUHKCHIPTION UATKS. ADVKIITIKINO RATEH t)itHOopyUnayer ..., Ut THE HARTFORD HERALD. .juHcopy,H month .. 7' On 0), four mouth ..... - M GO No tltduttloii from thee rate nuJer One. ..I 1 0) t 1 10 2 50 r OU 7 ftVl 10 00 any Two..., J 1 7V 2 10.' 4 (JO 7 fill 10 U4 WW clrcuinHUucei. fl Three. 2'jO 3.'j0 .100 foUl 11 ttH II W A we nre compelled hy law to puy puiuKe Four.. u.gtt JiCoL, ..I 4 DO fitw. 8(u so In advance ou jnipers Kent outside of Ohio AT MY 11ACAV KCoL 1 000 8 ou iz m is ao so " COME TUF HFMALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING County, we are forced to require iameut on ICol .. I 10 00 n w iy ooj 33 ou Jo tuhicrlptlou In uilyuiR', VII letter on hunlne miiNt Imj uihlrewieil Fornshortertlruff&tproportlonfcterftlcr ; HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 17, 1881. NO. 33. VOL. 7 One Inch of spare constitutes a square HAHKKTT A IIHO.,liihlUliers. DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. CIHCUITCOUUT. Hon. Lucius 1. Utile, Juilice.Uwvimbiiru. Hu. Jo4ph Noo( Attor...

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 August 1881

THEHEBALD. JNQ. P. BAnKETT, - Editok. CtCKRO T. BUTTON, AnnoCIATE KurroR WEDNESDAY, AUG 17. 1881. "TiiHEEcolored men Ml n grand Jurors In Christian county. Knurl', the greatest gun-maker world, keeps 13,000 men at woik In )i factories. Tm: I'rlneeton Jiatmrr mentions Dr. 12. J), Stnndiford iw the next Democratic candidate for (Governor of Kentucky, One of tho Uwl country puperM cm our exchange Ht h the Kufttellvllle Metamger It seems to Improve nil the time, too. Joe Mackky mas sent to the penitentiary for life from Logan county !nt week for the murder of a marshal named Chltwood. 268 Uvea were lont on merchant at earn vessels of the United States during the lat year. This Is an Increase of &1 over the previous year. Thehk will lie four editors lu the next Legislature: Wilkinson, of Trigg county; Muddeu, of LouImvIIc; Clarke, of i'endleton, and Stuart, of Clark. Mum Bkttie Mitchell, of took a doe of urenic through mistake lout week. The quantity was m great that It acted as an e...

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 August 1881

!t t t J THE HERALD. LYnniOUHDAHllRTT Locai. Kdituk WEDNESDAY, AUn. 17, 1881 nitit wit:vrft. TIih following perHOUH ro authorUttl i to receive NilMirlptlniiN and renewal, ailVfrtlAluic lu tli Hkhai.1i, onlfw for jouAVbrlc, etc., etc.: 4"HnT. Maictin, I twin v. Will Coopkii, Cromwell. Dit. V. M. Tayimi, Mellenry. John W. Maiiiian, Hockport. t David Kookkh, I lu ford. j J No. T. Smith, Jr., Fordnvllle. A. S. ACLL, Sulphur Spring. j It. I. M.uian, Magan'. Clm. M. Howk, (Vralvo. lt. (1. I?. HA Nit Kit-, Ceutertowu. I J wo. T. Nr.Al., Caueyvllle, T.J. llUNcii, Morgaiitown. W. II. Muiuikll, 1 leaver Dam. t ' PKKNO.NA1,. ,. . , . I Dr. Wm.ll Armendt, of OweiuU.ro, U In town voting relative Col.M. II, Mellenry, of Owntxro,, nan In Town u .lay or two Iat week. ' Dr. Tyler Urltlln, of Hartford, was lu town this wts'k. Cjitne down llxhlng. j MIhm Nannie Alexuuder, of Hnrtfonl, Is oueof the vlsltom to Calhooti at pres K, It Murrpll and wife retunusl last wwc from an exteiuhsl vMt to Hatlvw In H...

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 August 1881

A qtmker In Went m I inter Abbey. At Westminster Abbey Isaac Hopper paM the customary fee of 2a. (kl. for ad mission. The doorkeeper followed him sAylng, "You mut uncover yourself, . i. . . i eir." "uncover inywu;" exciaimeu the Friend, with an affectation of Ignorant simplicity. "What doe- thou mean? Must I take ol! my coat?" "Your coat!" responded the man, smiling; "no, Indeed; I mean your hat." 'CAnd what should I take off my hat for?" he Inquired. "Decauoeyou ore In church, blr," unswered the doorkeeper. "I (ee no church here," rejoined the Quaker; "perhajw thou meanest the liotitM) where the church assemble ? I suppose thou art aware that It la the people, and not the building, that constitute a "church?" The Idea seemed new to the man, but he merely repeated, "you must take off your hat, sir." But the Friend again inquired, "What for? On aeeouut of tlue images? Thou knowext Scripture command us not to worship graven Images." The man perflated in Baying that no person could lie...

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 August 1881

KIJI1KC1UPTIUN RATIOS. one copy, oueyeir........ .u ut 0i cupy.Mlx months w. 75 Uiim copy, four mouth ., 00 No deduction from these rute under nuy circumNuncv. A wear compelled by Uw lu pay poHUge la udvauc on puperH went ouUlde of Ohio County, we ure forced to require payment 011 subscriptions In advance. All letters on huslneitH intint tie uddrewtel A. utuuth R. HAltKKTTA HHO.,lublUhr. - DIREOTORT. COUNTY DIRECTORY. ?CIUUUITtXUItT. " Una, I.iiclit 1 Little, Judge, Oweiubnro. Hon, Jojph Nw, Attorney, i'alhoon. K. UHutlenifir, Jailer, Hartford, riureuoollbrdwlck, Clerk, Hurtford. J. IMlfirrtt(MiutrOMiuaUiloner.llutlford. I), h. rtmllh. HhrnVJlurtlortl, .Uurlou Yules, llufunli John II. I loner, It'Hlnot Hiii i Keowu. Kordsvlllu; J. II. Kliiiii)cl,CVriilvd. " (hum beglus luurtll Monday In May and and uuntliim four wekw eueh term. COUNTY COUItT. lien, Newton, JuUkv. Hartford. iuitt. Hum. IC. Cor, Clerk, Hartford. J. I. Handerfur, Attorney, Hartford. final Lxgln on the flrt Monday In ev...

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 August 1881

..... rptlp HERALDii JNO. P. nAUHETT, Editor, CICERO T.8TTTT0N, ahhociatf. kpitoi. WEDNESDAY, AUO 24. 18S1. fF brevity Is the solr of wit, what constitutes the upiteMeatlier? Tub Clark County Danoomt h out hi a new tires. It U InapiwperouH ""Til K ni n I fpox TuT Ion ge r "exfcfiTTi IulHvilIe. For wvernl months a few caw have Iteen on hand, and at times, fears liavoheen entertained that It would liecome epldemle. Ui'BBN Vktoiua manifest a lively Interest In the President's condition, and has all telegrams received at the (iov ernmeiit olllees forwarded to her. .She was highly Kratllled on receiving j eonununleatlon from Mrs. Unrlleld. Tub Inhabitants of Alaska want a territorial government. Since the purchase by the United States they have had no law at all and they are getting tired of living that way although there are hardly enough whites there to till theofllco. Tub paicrs of the South occasionally remark that 'THden is again coming to the front" It fa the unanimous opin ion of ...

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 August 1881

T i r k I t f M T THE HE11ALD. I.YCUItOUft WAMUiTT lXMUL KMTOlt L.-4 IJiirniTiMUCT WEDNEapAY, AUO. 24, 1881 Thu following iKTHoitH ur uutliuilxtil to rwlve wiliwrlplloii him! renewal, HilvertNng In tli Hkkami, oniVr for j(l Vvork; etc.; tie. : JoirNT. Mahtix, IUwIih. Wii.i. Cromwell. Die. V. M.TAVum, MrHriiry. John V. Maiiiian, ItixkNrt. !)avii Hookhh, Jlufonl. J.so. T. Bihtii, Jr., Funlsvllle. A. H. Aui.i Hulplnir Spring" J ah. K. Sctton, Muk"" Kh. M. Kowb, CVrulvo. Da. ). II. Hanukiim, (ViittTtown. J no. T. Xkai Cuney vllle. T, J. Hunch, Morifuntowu. W. 11. Muuhkix, leaver Duin. Wii.i. ik May, HuyneNvllle. .. r - j .MUmin..I YARert f OweiwUiru, is In lowiNbtriiK Mm. J. T. Itenton. .MrU; William mid hoii Henry rettTrnAl irom(?n1hoii Inst lluil Wnul.util A lutf Oltilnf 11111 11 I ft return ' isl from South Carrollton - lut( 1 wreky Dr.'Maylor and wile,. of vljitfi)? the nurents of Mm. Taylor. Mr. W. II. HiruHM, of Caneyvllle, I hi town vlHltlug lN daughter. Mm. J.H. Wleim. Mm. It. r...

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 August 1881

Monthly Itf port or Hit HiirriiMor Aurl cultim. llorflriiliuro ami Stnllhflr. Since the titling of (he monthly reiort from this ollk'e there hiw pre-1 vailed throughout Kentucky, and throughout utmost the entire nertlon, West ami South, an unbroken drouth. The ilamngu wrought by It luu Ikhh as widespread as the drouth ItM.lf. True, there have been here ami there light local hIiuwciv, hut lheie have been as nothing to tlie great breal(hal!eetl by it. Taking into account the already harvested crop, and the almost unerring indications as to the erojw yet to mature, and (here hat been no Mich failure of crops since I Ml. The result of so general a falluie cannot be otherwise than depressing and dkistrous upon the entire buidnc&'s liiteiiMxof the country. All brandies of business nuM be moie or lew ufleeted by it. Already the merchant are talking aUmt tdiortening their fall stocks. Men cannot buy without money, and with every money crop reduced to half, where are the money supplies 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. — 31 August 1881

H L ? "jT J I KUMftAj mmmmmmmmmm HUUKOUH'TION KATMS. .uvicrt'riHiNo yrur .. $1 to t THE HARTFORD BERALD. l 2 Jn copy, six months 7.1 on copy, four month .............. Go No deduction from these rates under any One I 1 OU't 1 81 2 SO1! A 00 1 T & 10 Ml Two 1 TCI 2 HA i (ii 7 ft), 10 (u 15 (w HmiiiHUnres. Threes.. & inio An weitre compelled liiw to Kour..M. by pay pontage Col.... 100 CU0, hoo nWaiM :imu Iti advance on paper Kent outside of Ohio AT MY HACK." !i Col.... (J (.) HOU. 12 00 1HU)I SU(J0( mo "I COME, THE HEIIAU) OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING oof &) County, we are forced lo require payment on Col.... to tw n w su as oo1 Mi moo I i i inscription In advance. All letters on buslnes lutiNt be nddrefmed I For a shonei time, at proportional rate HAUHKTTA IIUO.,I'ulilliliera. VOL. 7 HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 31, 1881. NO. 35. One Inch of space const Itutes a square, JDIREOTORY. C0UMTY DIRECTORY. r OlllCUlTCOUltT. Il-.ii. lav Ins 1. Iilttlo, Jude,o...

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. — 31 August 1881

THE HERALD. JNO. P. BAnilETT, - Editor. CICERO T. SUTTON, AwociatkEditoii WEDNESDAY, AUG 31. 18S1. Evansviux was visited by a $200, 000 lire tot week. Tun Colored Press Association of the United States met in Chicago last week., - Tun Hritish Parliament lias adjourn-ed after a long and Important session, hut by which not much was accomplished. Gold Is being vent to this country In In mo quantities front Enulaud aud France. Money will again bo plentiful for those who work for It. Gknkkai Swaim, President Gar- fleld'it nurse, said this week, "I have been deluding ou hU pluck for years and have never been disappointed. I tell you, ho U going to get well." May his faith be rewarded ! Tun Howling Green Guards and the Monarch 1 lilies, of Owensboro, have lieen appointed by Adjutant-General Xuckols to participate In the Centennial eelebruttou of the victory at Yorktown next October. This Is nultea compli ment which the boys will no doubt prrelate. In speaking of the death of Gen. Iab-He Co...

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. — 31 August 1881

4 I! ,lK dClHa&T" .a. Q JaVaHaV. t r TWlf II iBk 4U I i T 1 i l i i i T II E H J3 II A L J ) . -ram LYCUlUlUriBAUUETT - akal Kditoic WEDNESDAY, AUG. 31, 181 i omt A.i:.r. Tho followIiiKpeiHons uru nuthorlt! to reetlvu MilhcrIptloiis uml renewals, ailvertlMng In the IIkkam, orders for jolJorklUi.,'tc.: JpuVi.T. Mahtin, Rtwliuv i Will Coopku, Cromwell. Die. V. M. Taykoii, Mollenry. John V. Mahhan, RockKrt. David IUxikiuj, Huford. J no. T. Smith, Jr., Fordnvllle. A. S. MiLU Sulphur Springs J ah. K. Hitton, Mukuii. (Iko. M. Howk, (Vralvo. I)u. (3. It. Sandkiw, (Viitertown. Jmi. T. Nkai, Caneyvllle. T. J. HP.ncji, Mnrguiitown. V. H. Mukhi'I.l, lteuver Dam. Wn.i.n: May, IIuyiiOMVIIIe. T5 ii:hnonai. MK RCHanlkkreturiud from a buMnuu trip tri IioiiUvllIe. Dr. J. J Wells, of IjiuNvIMe, 1 In town' visiting Ids old frk'tids and acquaintance. Mcmmw. C. A. Slirevo and James I. Hull, of'jlreckhiridgy wdM lo UN Irtt Monday. N MmiKUvuttijil bullae llayues, living In EIIU' preWuel, were In town ...

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. — 31 August 1881

Tlm Vniikpttiiro Coinhiu." It was in the beginning of the war, when inauy young men hail gone lut'for u moment, ami, tlifnkliiK h wm the army upon the Mea that tlie wars ignorant as tomiMc, ntidthatnnythliiK wtw to be n gootl frolic. Tlie ramp was would bo fredi to Ills customer t lint had in Missouri, and the young relwl were ! I ,noe tie'ilHys of 'Rinlu havlmr their fun. Kvery dav some of, the Bow," decide! to pldm oil am old iie lioyj woidd come riding Into camp In a hurry and yell out, "Tlio Yankees are coining!" Many woidd he but one old wag always kept his seat, and when naked If lie wasscaretl he would say, "No, that1 not official news.1' ThU frequently happened. At last one day the boys came running in with tliP enmo old fttnrv. "The Yankees are coming," and about the time they made the announcement a shell come iiloded. TI10 wuk before mentioned 1 ".. jumped up, and as ho hastily departed said, "I guess by thunder, hoys, that's otllcial." He UhmJiihI Out. Some of our city s...

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. — 7 September 1881

Jf , I srilXCMtUM'lON KATKS. VDVKKTIHING JlVTICH . iiiy,uu)ar II Mi III THE HARTFORD HERALD. Jii ropy, hIi mouths jj . J I I I (),! copy, four mouths ...... Co So deduction from these rates under any One I 1 m. I to 2 AO 5 0)1 7 W$ UHH elicmnsUnceB, Two ' 1 75 a.V 4 0O 7 At 10 (W 15 W Tliree 2 J50 3.V) ft in lu W, 15 18 CO Is vrriirevoiiiptdlrd hy luw to pay poMntfe Four ' uu AW" 7 A l 12 Ui 10 3)00 l.i adwuire till unit oiitnlde of Ohio Qif) W' (U) 2UU pupfis " COME, THE HERALD OP A X01HY WOULD, THE HEWS OF ALL NAT10XS LVMHElllXU AT MY HACK." 5? Col ' CU) hou, i2,i imui yuou ooio c. unity, wfiireforetM to idpilit pnyine'iit on I Col.... luuu 15 00, 2U 00 X Ul .i0 00 WO 00 ithMilpllous In advance. VII Iiimuns in h t tm iidilroKKpd For h nliortei time, at proportional rater . VOL. 7. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, SEPT. 7, 1881. NO. 80. MAUIttiTTA ItUO., PuldUhers. I One Inch of Kpacecontltute a square. 4 tJF7 J ;. 'Ul If Dl'REOrORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. CJIU'UITl'OintT. Hun. Luf his I. I.IIIIk, ,...

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. — 7 September 1881

THE HERALD. J NO. I HAUIIKTT, Kitnnii. CICKItOT.HUTTON. AtU iatk Kiri. T- WEDXESDAY, SKIT 7. ISM. Mil. Hkn H.vkuimin. of Henderson, nllVm f hi puiT( "' -Vr, for Mile for eah to n tfood writer or a Meudy praeiieul printer. Hkniku.on has an ordinance pro- hihithiR hoys under eighteen yean of ue from Maying on the treetM later than 10 o'clock at night. - MaiH., Vantlerhllt'M famous trotting innrc, ha retired from (ho turf for thoK'awm. fc'he trotted four thousand mllea and won $20,000. TiiK cotton rrop of the South Is said hy HnuMrert'N to lo li7 percent. Mow the crop of las-l year. This will have the elleet of causing a hIIkIiI advance hi the cost of cotton good. CiKomiK the man who irnir dewnl Coutahle Harrison In JeJliTMm county some months ago, lias been captured In Texas. The capture was math hy two Texas ollloer who had never seen Alsop. TiiKcltlen of Muhlenberg county met lat week and appointed a committee to devNo some means of compromising the railroad debt of the county. The ...

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. — 7 September 1881

I v i f 4 t A I THE HERALD. AVIMUJUH HAItHETT LotAI. CiiiniK WEDNESDAY, SKIT. 7, m Ol'H AMI.M. 'I lo following tHTHOiit urt to n reive HiiltscrlptlotiM and rciicvvulH, advertising In Hit Hkhilii, ortlcrri for job work, t'ttM tic: JoiinT, Mhtin, Holm-. Cunnwrll. Dit. V. M. Tavijoh, 1 John V. M.viiiiav, ItK'kMrl. 1 I I) win Kom.iw, I tu fort I. J .no. T. Hiiiui, Jr., KiinUvllli' A. H. Ari.1.. Huliluir Sprlng. J vs. E. Mtion, MaiMti. j lint, M. Houk, tralvu. Da. (J. It. Samikh", (ViiUtIouii. j J.no.T. Nlvi., Taney villi. T. J. Hi'M ii, Morgatitoun. V. II. Mrititi.i.L, Don. ' Wii.i.ii. Man, HautMIlltN i I'MtNO.NAI,. Mr. Win. II. Nail, of OwnisUro, U visiting rtlutlvti here. Julm nicnu, )Ni.t if l'uradlsi, U it ih'h pupil f Hartford College. Mr. Harden, of mar lltii Ii tiiovr, N a new pupil of tint (Nillcut. Mr. Kvtntt Haikut.of I.lvirinore, N a pupil of Iartfortl College. j Mr. JcMMj H. J nek hoi i, of (Jhinillle, wa In town Sunday and Momlty. MIh Jim Mineley, ff DaxIcKMniunty, .1 new p...

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. — 7 September 1881

A HKMOHV OK Till: I.thMJ At I it. Tliott happy day, nlut ure none, Ami much I fear uer to return. Vet Mil), '(! .wee t to think the loft Ilrljiht thouizhHon moiu'ryVjlre to burn. spotted fever Ay! thought that burn Into the vxil, Atiil leave the nhe wrnttpriHl there, Of hupeiof the "what might hue been Of llnu bright uml ilrcam no fuir. Sometime In iiieumr ' l I see A leuuteou tloti mirrored there: So pure, MJitweet, I dare not hi eat he For fear 'twill vuulh lutoulr. Ami eVii while uazhiK on that fare Thoe happy ilaK return atfalu, For while 1 look, It seem to me That lilt' Im- m near all It pain. I know not how It I that face Attend me throimh my hours or care, Or when 'fiibe pleasure becks meoii It fade Into the word foimn. Or when swevt Meep with elvcl chains Huh bound me In her tin amy thati, Thut ylillwli fate Issci n In (beams Like Hum we think the niiil wear. In utem'o'ttrusket bright uml pure, That fare I locked from prllK ejew, For oh! tint pure tor wonlly looks, It setmsi...

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