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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 26 October 1881

r .SIII!HCJHItTIOX UATKfl. AIJVICirriMIKO 1UTKH O.i Mi)' ooyar ...U U ! 4 3 i o.ie!opy, Millionth 71 THE HARTFORD HERALD. w (Inn -ropy, four Month - 5u No ileductlou from these rate under uny one 1 1 noli -V)$ afirt'j Ami7fioi io u Two I 77 2 50, 4 (Hi, 7 60 10 (O 15 (O OlrCUIIMtUllCfH. Three- ' 2 W sw ft fri 10 (I0, 15 w im Ax weurecntnpHled by Uw to jmy posture Four. .1 (mi, 5 W 7 fti 12 CK( 1(1 U J) 10 Tul ! c oo v i(w: h n io su o : o l.i advance iiu puper sent onhdde of Ohio " c'oj;, the iiiuiAU) of a sosr would, tuk nfaws of all aviyvoxs lvmiu:msg avmy ravk. kcoi I tiW H DO, 12 U) 18 Ut, am 5u UU Couuty, weure. forced in rrojilre payment on irvii 10 uu J5 mi a wl ;v ou so on wj ou i i . i iiiboorlptloHK In udviiuce. All letters on buslne must Imj uddreiuted For a fthnrtertlnie, at proportionate rate. 11AUUKTTA UHO.,l'ubllherii. VOL. 7. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, OCT. 20, 1881. NO. 43. One Inch of Mpace constitute Rgquare. 1 I "1 DREOrOKY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. riitourruouuT. Huu. I.urlus...

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. — 26 October 1881

THE HERALD. J NO. I'. HAIIKETT, Km roK CICEttOT.HUTTON, AhuociatkKmtoh WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20. 16S1 Thk Echo claims that OreenvlMeiMiys over $30,000 per annum as revenue to the U.S. Government. TilK editor of the Danville TribmAM ' Harrm N:i inNnomer.aml ,! Mm iulimrtlin that It l anything hut harren when It hearing. He has doubtless convinced a goodly majority of them that he hasn't any Mnse. Rhkckkniuihjk county has two colored candidates one for Jailer and one for coroner. They ask and expect their Republican brethren to Miptwrt them, which they should do. At the recent mooting of Ihe Grand Lodge of the I. O. (1. T. of the State of Kentucky at Louisville, Hon. Oeore Heard, of Ilardlushurg, was elected Orand Worthy Chief Templar. I'KoK. Kino, the Chicago balloonist who made an ascension two weeks ago, has U'eu found In a swamp In Michigan. The voyage wan made for purpose, hut about the only thing they learned was how to live without food during four or live days hnnt In the swamp. Thk...

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. — 26 October 1881

M i I Great Excitement at Beaver Dam! People flocking in from all parts of the country to witness the scenes, at SCAR STEV BARGAIN STO Since receiving their goods they find that they are overstocked and will he comnelled to SELL HEGA11DLESS OF PRICES in order to meet payments. Their stock is the largest in the Green lliver country, and is composed of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing, Weill's lTuriiittlBiiig; CmIs9 JhTsifs, .Notions, dc, &? JfisrThey liave exclusive privilege of selling the Walker Boot.Sg" Terms Strictly Cash or exchange for Country Produce. Call at once. THE HEllALD. r" i" ma i nil 'I'i'i1' ' i.YuuiuiUM hauuktt uoai. kmtoh AVKDNKSDAY, OCT. tM, ISM. Ol'K AUKMH. The following M.TMiiH are authorized to revlve siilirrlptlmis and renewal-, advertising III ihe HniCAl.U, orders for job work, tie,, etc.: Jnit.vT. Mahtin, UIiio. Wn.i. Ohipku, Cromwell. Dil V. M.TAVunt, Mellenty. John Maiiiian, ItM'kmrt. 1avii Himikiim, Hufonl. J .no. T. SMITH, Jr., I'onUville. A. S. Am.!...

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. — 26 October 1881

Mrn H'Ihi Mnko JoiiriialUlN, It has Imh'H rem:irk(Hl tlmt very fow men who get Into Journalism start nut with micli Intention. They lrlft In are promote! ns they develop rapacity. Money, wealthy parents and Influence are of no nort of service In get ting a young man a place on a newspaper. There U no huliir that U o entirely lmltxndeiit of alt these us thK A wealthy father ean easily get liU son a location to read law or medicine, or push him forward In almost any rank hi life ho may select; hut he Im utterly Kwerle to do anything for him In a Journalistic way. TolM?.NurehemayliiyaiieVMpaKrlaud.ven now that sixteen years Imvep.isn set him up hi that way, hut unless there Is Himellilug In him called ''JoumnlMIu knaek'a natural knowledgoof what to write and how to write It, lie will tie a failure hi that line, and all the money and Influence of wealthy and perhaps I tower ful relatives will count for nothing, .ome fond KireiiU educate their wins with the view of making Journalists of ...

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. — 2 November 1881

"P DrRTSOTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. cihuu it court. lion. I.uclus 1. Utile, JuiUe.OwemAmro, Hun, JuM'ph ''. Attorney, IUIIuhiii, i;. I.. MulltMitjr, Jailer, llurlfonl. ;iiircntt Clerk, llurtfuid. .1.1. turret!. Muster I'oiiiiiilluuer.llarl ford. 1). I. Miultti, Slierlir. Ilurtlonl. - M.ulmi Yules, Ihifonl; John 11. linger, IMdlitf; Kim Kenwn, FunUvlllu; J. It KtinuiH,Cralvo. Court iH'ittiK fourth Monduyit In May mul Nove.nluT, and roiitliiuus fmir weeks emii U',l,, COUNTY COUUT. lion. Newton, Judge. Hurt font. Cunt. Ham. K. Cox, Clerk, lliirtfonl. J, Kiimderiur, Allorney, Hiirlfortl. Court beichi on th first .Mumlay In every month. tlUAUTKHhVcoUKT Itetilut on tho thlnl MmnliiyN In January, April, July nml October. UOUUT UK CLAIMS. llrtfimi un the Hrt Mouduyx In Jioiuury jimI Mobr. oriIKU COUNTY UFFICKUH. ArmUUad Jour, Aeort Hartford. Oil W. J. K. ftnwit, School CoimuWiluliur, Hartford. POMCKCOUItTH. llurtfuid Jno. O'FIahcrly, Judic wcoikI MouU in January, A prll.July ami October. M. 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. — 2 November 1881

THE HERALD. J.VO. P. BAIIRETT, KniTon CICEHO T.SUTTON, ASOCtATK ElUTOlI WEDNESDAY, NOV. U. ISM Why I- Outturn like uu unhinged gate? HecMisp he ought to be hung, i TlIK Oweiisboio 7W has ,.,,,,..,,1 i . ., . - ,,i .l,.t,llf limit a iHiartn toil folio alio Is uoiiig well , A iillKAV many null are huttheJ)lrelIeoHiiociedItoiitlieeon.HasfcoMa)mfIl.rt,M ,h MIJ,erf llm trnctorn. . - -. - - Wai.tkk r. Emkksox, until reeontly of tho Hutsellville JwihUEutcrprivct has aceejitetl a portion on the Onirics Joitniftf. Tiikhk Ih just now in the public mind a feline of having forgotten fcomethlnir, What U it? Hayw. Wheeler, too. . - A vkky highly mtlmatetl negro, ot Iiogan county, was waylaid and murdered lat week. The murderer haa not been caught up with. Thomas Xaht geta $itM) per week from Jfarjtcr'H Wck1y for his sketches Thin U what an Englishman would cull n pile of money. - Kkntwkv gallantry hows up mi all orHttMloiiM. A Captain of the lawai (hianlH, kniK'keil a Miehigan ttohller down for h...

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. — 2 November 1881

4 4 AriMUAMAMM rimi tm Great Excitement at Beaver Dam! People iioekiiipT in from till parts of the country to witness the scenes at BARGA1 Since receiving their goods they find that they are overstocked and will be compelled to SELL REGARDLESS OF PRICES in order to meet payments. Their stock is the largest in the Green River country, and is composed of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing, Weill's FiirMiittliiug' jmmSs, Hatls, 41apN9 Notions, &., & jpaTlicy liave exclusive privilege of selling the Walker Bool$ Terms Strictly Cash or exchange for Country Produce. Call at once. THE HERALD. Jll MM' 'JLtri' i.Yruuotm iiahuktt i au kmtoh WEDNESDAY, NOV. l!t Ollt AUIIMTi. Tho following ihtsoii nrv author I nnl to rnvlvo tilcriptl)h ami rcmwulif, mlvertMiitf In tlio Hkkai.D, otilcr Tor Jh work, etc., etc.: JoiinT. Mahtin, HohIiu. Wti.i. (NhiI'ku, t'nmiu ell. Pit. V. M. TAYMiit, Mrlleiiry. John W. Maiiiian, HtMkNrt. David JIimikils, Hiifonl. J.m T. Smith, Jr., KonNvllIt. A. K. AtiM., Su...

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. — 2 November 1881

Munltily lirpnrliir tUr toiiiniUilonrr oTAicrif oil lire, llorl hull 11 rr mill MnlNtir. Sicklier Is the excite for not having iMued my monthly rejxjrt ntnti earlier date. Whwt With the exception of a few counties in Southwestern Kentucky, there Ih being nown ft larger breadth of wheat than httyciir. In these localities, the breadth mvii ha been Homewhnt diminished on account of the scarcity and ldli price of need. The ground U uuiveoaUv rertcd to U In the finest todhfe condition, and the crop us a general thing will have been gotten In early. The prospect at thin writing could not In? more Hatter lug for a good crop. In many ifi the early own Ileitis the growth is luxuriant, In many eases the wheat being almost to the point of branching. In all such can' It be kept back by ! crarliig. The fall has liecn mi warm ' ... ami eaMunbio Hint ny mis mime ipliearaiiiw in Mine litotiim.i amougHt the early sown wheat. I he liet remedy for thU prompt ami dine gra.lng. The DeiKirtmeut at Washin...

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. — 9 November 1881

61 SIIHSOIUPIION ItATKtS, ! ADVMnTlHING KATKH riupy oiiHyear.......... . ,. tifiu "" TB ' 1" 4 i w I il ?Oj))',NtX IU0llll4MM,Ma THE HARTFORD Il HJ iJ VLD. i " i, & 2 ' 8? ? ' ' V I - O IHtuiy,liUrilli)UtllN ...... ...... U) J1 iledrtctlnri from t ! tnt umtr mi) lrcumlAiireM. J On ft I 0f 1 Ml2akl.&fii7 7;i Mmi As weirpfuiiiifllHl liy Ihw to m poMutft' t Tlire 2 5i) alio 5ii io ca 15 w imo Hiir MA), M 7S0 1210 10141 suio tti bilvaure on piir nut otitMfle of OMo Klvl 4 0", GVI KUUIU) Ull .11 Ml (.miity, we am furred to rnjiilr; nuyiuvut on com:, run mwAi.n of a xohsr woiu.i tjie news ob all xaiioxs LUMiuwisa at my iiArw Kl'ol BW HU) 12 iO1 1SU nut- 'ji iitjcrlit!oiit In mlvniirtt. ICril 1U00 WW WW ffiCO 50 00 tHj I . J I I . Ill Infers on liuvltifKi niuM l,e aiMrivwrit . . For a Miortert Imp, at proportionate rat rs VOL. 7 w KENTUCKY, NOV. ft 1881. NO. 4 f ' One Inch of npflceconMttuten a square. DIRROTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. Hull. I.ii'lil 1. Little, Jtnlif, OMfililioio. Unit...

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. — 9 November 1881

THBHERALD. JNO. P. BAlinKTT, CICEKOT. BUTTON, Editok Ashociate Kditoh WEDNESDAY, SOW 9, 1SS1 When a Bailor hears of a marriage, It Is Paid that his first exclamation In: "fiook out for squalls." Owknshoko has n National bank. .An Issue of $45,000 in notes will U made within the next thirty days. The authorized capital stock Is $250,000. The Czar of Russia still lives In dread of his very shadow. Nihilism confront him at every turn with their engine of death, and large numU'M of arrests are made dally. Queen Victohm has reigned longer than any other sovereign of England except George III. She completed the year of her reign a few weeks ago. Elizabeth reigned exactly forty-11 ve years . A IX)UisviM.E preacher preached a sermon last Sunday, entitled "Uphill Business." A great many preachers find it so. Some thieves wcut into the luhture of Tress Hratcher, Esq., of Spring Lick, last Weduesday night aud killed n fat ox which would have weighed 1500 pounds. Nothing was left save the head,...

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. — 9 November 1881

1 I Great Excitement at Beaver Dam! Ponnlo in frnm nil nnrfs nf flio f.mmfi'V fn wHtince flio1 Ir a BARGAIN STORE Since receiving tlieir goods they find that they are overstocked and will he compelled to SELL REGARDLESS OF PRICES in order to meet payments. Their stock is the largest in the Green River country, and is composed of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing, Weill's Furnishing Goods, II a is, Caps, Notions. fcc9 4&C. have exclusive privilege of selling the Walker Boot. Terms Strictly Cash or exchange for Country Produce. Call at once. THE HERALD. MnnaaaaMHnnncBC a LYCUHUlJH 1IAH11KTT - Uicau Kmtok WKDXKSDAY, NOV. , hnU 'Hie following MntiiH ur uittliortnil to rnvlve tilnrlpllon iiimI rvlifWiiN, tulwrtMiig In Uw Hkkam, tinlm Tor Jot uork, etc., etc.: JoiinT. Maui in, Ibmlm. WiM.Cooi'Kit, (Vomui'll. Dii. V. M. Tayuhi, MfliYiiry. John V. Mahiia;, HiNkBiorf. I) win Uom:iiMf Itnfonl. J.no.T. Hmiiii, Jr., FonNvlllf. A. H. Am.!-, Hulpliur Spring. Jam. K. Maftiii. (IK i. M. IIouk, O...

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. — 9 November 1881

'I'otniim K ii oil nf r. ' XoveRiW I, KS$ Editor IeraUl: Ihnow turns out that the crops are oot as good as the farmers a few week ajzo expected. Corn will make about hJT one-half a crop and tobacco aU.ut tt thirds The health of the Knob la very good now with the exception of t few eases of hcarlet fever, which have been of a very mild form. The wife of Dr. J. W. Meador Is very low with consumption. Au Infant child of J. M. Howling U in a very dangerous condition from fO!ivuurion4. It bad in one night. Mr. T. H. Marlow, a very old and highly respected citizen of this vicinity, came near dying last week of An Infant child of Charles Carter died laL week of Hummer complaint. Mr. Ueorge K. Hobey died on the Si'nd tilt., of consumption. He will be very greatly missed In the community. Su(vesNtothcHK!tAi,ituud Itstslitors. ClIANCK. l.tipihl or Dry. Some eople prefer to purchase In the dry atate so that they can tees for themselves that they are purely vegetable. Others have not the time o...

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. — 16 November 1881

H t i) StIHHOItlPTlON ItATKS, i i jiiy uueyear...... tl 6oj A.nvicirriHiC3 hatus -at - O.ih J.id ciy,fmr .opy,slx month inmiiliH fttj 75 j THE HARTFORD HERALD. I 2 No deduction from these rain under imy 'IrrumxUiirti, One ' 1 fl 1 50' 250f &00i7So U iu Two .. I 7.V 2. '-I. 4 ml 7 flu 10 (ri) jaw As ueareenmptdltd hy Jnw to pay poMHge Three 2 60 &U, 5 hit' 10 H0 Won! IS U) la itdvuuee u paper sent outMde of Ohio tour a a. 5(H)' 7 utn i2(m iuc aim (Munty, wenreforred to require payment ou "i com:, Tin: ueiiai.h of a xo.sr woiu.n, the xe 0 -, xatjoxs i.vmheiiixo at my hack." )ii'ol Ht'fil 1 6W 4l ttW, 8IH)1 15u0 8U) 14 18 ("0 (Hi 20i aiw ;M 5TIU) uhierlpllon In ndvnhce. 1 (ol 10 V 15 (JO, 20 UU. .Vi 00 Hi IK) tw (4) AM letters 011 hutlueim hnut Ihj addrexcd , For nidtortert line, at proportionate rate. HAHItKTT MHO., Puhlhdieis. VOL. 7 KENTUCKY, NOV. 10, 1881. NO. 40. Onelnrh of pnrec(mtltut'Hnnfjunrp, DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. niUHJITCclUHT. lion. l.urlti 1, MttU', JiultfOf...

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. — 16 November 1881

THE HERALD. JSO. T. BARUETT, CICERO T. SUTTON, MAiio.NKaud his Hepudlators carried Virginia by a good majority hi the election last Tuesday. The Mother of Presidents did a bad days' work when she turned her back on an honet payment or her uvula, ana ere loug vlli no doubti rue the day abe. did It, IT Is likely that the whole of this Week will be coU6Utued by the court at Washington hi selecting a Jury to try (uittaii. The trial will then go through beveral weeks lunger, as the Government bus over one huunltsl witnesses and the defense nearly as many. IiO'isvim.k has io many outskirts (bat her enemies think of calling her the wtllcoat city. Krchtnifr. This Is a joke that falls short of a jmlnt. We we went to a drcsMuuker for Information and were Informed that a pettleoat was not an itoi.i.A Hvan, who was here during the fair, Is meeting with great success In the blue-grass country. The papers of that section bestow great praise on the young elocutionist, which, by the way, Is every w...

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. — 16 November 1881

Great Excitement at Beaver Dam! mmmmmmmmmmmtmmmt People flocking m from all parts of the country to witness the OSCAR B A R G Since receiving their goods tliey find that they are overstocked mid will be compelled to SELL KECAllDLES'S OF PRICES in order to meet payments. Their stock is the luver country, and is composed of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing, Weill's Furnishing (nooils, Hals, C'aps, JoiioiiN, &c9 fcc. JCfThey have exclusive privilege of selling the Walker 13oot3 Terms Strictly Cash or exchange for Country Produce. Call at once. THE HERALD. t.YCUIIUUH IIAUIimT U-al KiHTiiK VKI)Ni:st)AY, NOV. i,1sjI. OI'H AllKMh. 'MiurulloMiiiKirMMM nn autlioriiil to 1 tivl vi milM?rIplloin and rnnwiN, HihrrlMllKlntllL lii:iti.i. ldrlN for jb uork, I'tt ,!(.; JiiIINT. MuriN, Ibrlin'. Wii.i.lNNinrH, CniniwHI. Die. M.Tavuui, Mrllcnry. John V. Maiiiias, UokMit. IIWIU RlNlKltX, 1 In ford. J .so. T. Smith, Jr., I'onUUlu. A.S. Ari.i, HiilplinrSprini?. J s. K. HlTPiv, Majran. din M. How (Vra...

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. — 16 November 1881

oiitriuitv. I.llllr i:ili;U'iui(I I'mlillc. I.ttbor Na lnt(. The demand of tin people for an easier iiiethiHl of has Induced the proprleton, the welbkuowu wholesale druggits Well, Itirhardou iV Co., of Iturllugtoii, Vt., to prcpaie it for sde hi liipild I'.. i-hi as well as in dry form. It naves all the laltor of and as it isopially ellleleut H Is pivfemsl by many pernuis Kidney-Wort atwaiH and everywhere proven it -elf a p.'lfeel remedy. Jnjjitli W'v. Sale of Kami far Tax c. Iiy vhtueof taxes due the Sherlll of Ohio county, Ky., I, or one of my deputies will, on Monday, Xovemlier lis, lsl,atthe cDiut house door In Hartford, Ky., oiler for alu the following lots ami tract of land lying In Ohio county, Ky., on which taxes are due and unpaid. Terms of sile cash In hand. Tiiepuicliar Is entitled to :10 mt cent. Interest on Ills money until redeemed, and a deed to the laud If not redeemed In two year?. The amount of taxes due as tet out on eaeli INt Includes levy, cost of advert Id lug ...

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. — 23 November 1881

' H h& SII13HOKIPTION' UATI58. AOVKIITIH1NG RATKH has .iy oneyvitr tl St) o.irt months ., "' THE HARTFORD HERALD If Oat Qopjr, four mnntlit .. W NoMetluctlou from tliese rale under nay One "i i oo't 1 fo $ 2 ro $ ft 001 7 Mr 10 4 Two ... I W 2 60; 4 00 7 M). 10 00t 1& (O rlrcumntanrtt. Thrr ..... 2 8 00 10 00 15IJ0J IS Ml Kour... 5U) 60 12 UJ, IfilU 2U(0 A law we are compelled ly in potiuge pay Hol 4 GOT ed 8 00 14 00, 20 UK nu(4) hi udviilice on paper sent ouUhle of Ohio " COME, THE HERALD OP A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF A Us NATIONS LVMEERING AT MY HACK." )lV)latoM ou HO 12 00 is u' au uk M wj County, we are forced u require payment on ICol... 15 OU 20 00 3Ti UU OU 00 H 0U uUirrlitliiui In uavnnre. Alt IftterHini InulncNt must lm ruM rennet For a Bhortertlme, at proportionate rater. IIAHHKTTA nU().llutllHlierH. VOL. 7. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, NOV. 23, 1881. NO. 47. J i One Inch of ipace constitute, a square . DrRTSOTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. CfHUUITCOUllT. lion, Lucius 1 I.lttlrt, ...

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. — 23 November 1881

THEHEBALD. JNO. P. BABRETT, Kmtok CICERO T. BUTTON', Associatk Editor WEDNESDAY, NOV, 23. 1681 Secretary of the Treasury Folgen was Hworn In last week, .Sihhi.ki) postal cards cannot Ik? redeemed after February 1, ISSi 1AY aa you go but fciipiKywyou don't go? Argun, Don't pay. Mr. Tiros. It. Monarch, one of the oldest citizens of Daviess county, died last week of heartdlsea.se. Another great bank failure occurred In Boston last Friday. About $1,000,-000 was the amount Involved. ImaacK. McLvrb has begun the publication of the Grayson Advocate at Litchfield. It Is n uprightly sheet, for nu amateur, and Is well tilled with IIQWH. In: on the rivers In Northern was htrong enough last week to liear teams with heavily loaded wagons. Snow fell Friday to the depth of several Inches. Tub Litchfield Sunbeam and Xcws should not miarrel about the Herald and Hayeratt. Haycraft has not frightened us, nor have we done him au injustice. SoMEoiYRays that Justice, Instead of being blindfolded, even sl...

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. — 23 November 1881

! 5 1 sS ftj THE HE11ALD. i.vquuniH RAniurn UH'AI. KlHTOIt WEI'ESDAY, NOV. 1, IbM. out aji:ntn. 'Hie following wnw)iiH tin uut1iorly.nl to receive HiibwrlitlonH uml reiu'witlx, ulvtrtlHliiK In Nf Hkkai.h, onlfh. for oli work, ftc, etc.: JoiinT. Maiitin, RohIiip, Will t'ooi'Kit, Cromwell. On. V. M. Taylok, Mollenry. John V. Maiihax, Ilix'kMrt. David Kookiih, Jlufonl. J no. T. Smith, Jr., KunUvllli'. A. S. Ai'Mn Hulplitir Hirliic. Jas. K. SrrroN', MitK.tii. Uwi. M. IIowk, (Yrulvo. I)i:. (J, It. SNIII'.lt, (VlltiThiWH. Jno.T. Xkal, :uiuyvlllt. T. J. JUj.n'cii, MorK:mtoVM. V. II, Mukioxl, HwiviT Dam. Willi k May, HuymttvUli'. K. J1. Nkau Kuttoii. ANNor.ci:.ui:vr. We nn nuthorlcl to nniiotuico JNO. HKNTONfOf HockMirt iw a iMiulhlutH for tho olllr of AHMiwor of ( hl county, Hiiojwt to tilt of tho IK'iiincrallc thirty. Klvctioii August Iks j. ii;iinonai.. .'att. 8. K. Hilt uviil to OwiiisUiro hut Kit unlay, rvturtihiK ytrnlny. Mr. Clart'Miv Ilnnlwlek went to lm Nvlllo Himilay, returning yt...

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. — 23 November 1881

The Century Magazine! 'ftj Culdren'i Magazine o; America." (Scribner's Monthly) FOR THE COMING YEAH. With the Novemlier number began MaoafinV which willW hu fart, a new, enlarge! and Improved, The page h somewhat lrmtr.tr nml wrfpr. Mdmtl ML' nntun -Vp "Jw ...r.riiTi !.iKp natter nim Un htm.n Aiiiiitional The follow In M a summary of the! fo,k I,1W "oW Htlalnnl clrt'iilallnn An Ei.kIMi In atr.uked IW.fmil. i, w III. plenty of linen viiln 'Wr, nrolwM to np H- tumbler and tho lL I ni2IilUiViJ2i I 3Ci ilm w no more eviet tit, U now theuay of the world in (he or!'''1 ' " ""' "' I1 ?;"". , ,, -,... ,, ... ., .ll,,!,,.,.,,,,, m i ... regard Km literary e.xeelleuee' '" ", " iirmmn. m. n.n ..... ,, ,-., llul It tifiMifi. - Kiut eptMiditiire, l now tho eoiriet gve . am , , u . , (fM((Vh . , Tiim. h m. ift n . ni 7'lC 'iV? , . , ir , iar: I Children' Art .Vttyazlnu" a .er Xmi bv Mp. W"""' jnntiior of i The greatest IIvIiik writers of KuroiH ThroughOn AdmlnUtratloii," a smrj r IV'nahliitffnn I...

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