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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 28 February 1883

r vi f r . DEUIilOTOWY. COUNT V DIIUXTOKY, CIHCU1TCOUUT. Hon. l.tiolm P. Uttle, Judue,oweiiMioni. Hon, Joseph Noo, Attorney, Calhoon. (1. J. Ik'Kii Jidler, Haitlord. llanlwlck, Clink, llartfoid. J.IMlurrclt, Master t'oinniWloner,llartfnrd. I). L.irhulth, Hherlir, Uartlord. Dcpulle .Marlon Yate( Ihitord ; John II. Iun;en, Kmluo; Ham Kuown, KonUvlilu; J. II. Khmiit'l.tVrnlvo. tjourt bou'lni lourtli Monday In May ami November, ami conl'iiut" four wci'ltn each term COUNTY I'OUUT r W.MaiIc.Juih;ef Uartlord. T,J.8iultli,t!hrlc, tturltnrd. II. U. KliiiMilvliiKt Attorney, llnilloru. CnuiilH'Ktti on tlut Hi st Monday lu every month. UUAltl'KItliYCuUUT. on tho third Mnudayn In January Apm. July ami October. COUIti iK CLAIMS. UtViut en the Ur Mondays In January wiitl.tK'iolitr. UTIIKH COUNTY OKKICUHH. i:. P. Harnett, Harveyr. lli.rtlord. Julio V. MiiMM'y, A'Mir. Whilcwvllle. J. Ii. ItoMi, H(hool CoimiiUdoncr, Uartlord. I'Ul.ICKCOUKT. ItarClold Jlio. O'KIuhtlty. Judge, fourth MolKjuVX ' March, ...

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. — 28 February 1883

THE IlEHAIiD. CICKIIOT.MUTTOX, RniTOK WEDNESDAY, FEB. 2S, 18S3. DlKKCTOH I.kwis Swift of (lie Warner Observatory lias discovered u little comet. HethouM U'hliot on the Ahout the greatest damage sustain mI by Owensboro In the recent Hood was the stoppage of the gas works for a few days. The city was lighted with coal oil lamps and candles. Last Sunday's Courier' Jon mat contained n picture of John Howard Payne, the author of "Home, Sweet Home.' The picture was not authentic, Us It was oul u likeness of the city editor after his usual Saturday night's drunk. TUB Bowling Green Gazette and Ptoyrrts dre having a row oyer their helllng. A blue-book would he of lwneflt to several of thelocalpre.ss unless their faulty oithography is the result o tyjKigrapuical error. Sixtkex children peiHied in u burning school building In New York last week. They were not burned to death but killed by a stairway falling while they were descending In :i ianl The monks in charge of the school are severely ce...

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. — 28 February 1883

f X H E UBMLD.l WKDNICSDAY, KKIl. 2S, 18K.I. OUR AGENTS. lu following pcixuiM mi nuthorlcl to iitcIvl Hiilcrijitloim and rcucwaU, :nivcriMny In lhi Hl.ltAl.Ii, uili l r oi woik, rics., viv. : Wii.i. (.h)I'j:i, (,YomwU, Knu.vtt ltu.i:v, Uvmiiore. Da vii UmiKits, I tn ford, J.o. T. .Sunn, Jr., J h. K, Sutton, Mhkuij. S. 1'. Isn.vNrcrr.lVntlvo. J. !;. hi: an, Sulphur HjitiiiKN. l)it. U. It. Samh.ilm, Onteituwii. Wii.i.ik May, J. IS. Hockkic, Sutton. T. il Kjx)VD, WlitlfMVllle. V. I!. Hainh, HtMlne. (). II. Wiixjams, I leaver Dam. V. A. Uutso.v, Caiieyville. ANNOUNCEMENT. HON. JKSSK 8. WIU.IAMS to announce that he U a candidate for reelection to the Hotteof HepreseutatlvcH of the Stale of Kentucky. IIIh candidacy I Muhject to the will of the DeriocrutM of the county, who-e Hlpjmrt he reHpectfillly hoIIcKh. Mil. J. H. Wl I.tiKIt utithorl.es us to announce thai I a In a candidate for Representative of Ohio comity In the next I.enMature of Kentucky, Mthjeet to the action of the Democratic ...

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. — 28 February 1883

mnfmmKvaesm Sandwiches' When l)niipt men fall out thlevi gtt their work In. KiiiIiihiI I)j. ,J. .!. C.iMuull, Hull Mil., Mle: "I lui Usrtl Liquid Href Tult l.irmly in IK'liility, KfbrlluitiMl Nwvmit I)Nu.m, aiil I him found it mic f tin1 rtdfolilt of nutrii ill In u or to lit found In pliirmuf t liKu no other.) OnlittguNtH. ('idifnri)ia dow not know ulmt to do uilli hcrtutf K. J. Chiin'y it Co., rropriotoM HairitCultirrhCiiie, oiler $10(1 rouaid( for any c.teof enturrh I hat can't lv tired uitn IIiiII'h CatarrJi Cure. .Sold by TliomiiH A Kimhley. i Im Thetturingtuiiuti miixt t tke.t great intercut In eating nmlcluN. Thousands of onion the day on which Dr. Pierce' Fnorite was mudo known to them. Inalt thoe derangement causing dragging-down sensation., and general debility, It U a M)erelgn remedy. Its soothing and healing proiwrtles render it of the utmost alue to ladles Millerhig from internal fever, tougtttloii, or ulceration. By druggist). A man In fioIltlCH wants evtrbody tbe to b...

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 March 1883

f tMTMMWtfM WMMMNi SUUHOItlt'TION UATK8. VI)V KHTIHIN4 K'IMh - tl "m THE HARTFORD HER, : Uectiiytrlx liiuiitlit 7" jJjJL . z - - " tiiietopy, Iimii month ' 7 r - Nw deduction frnln intei under nji oife I en J I fiuTJ 2.' Mo J , 'I wo I 7i 1 TO I ' 7 hi id .V S .V 10 I jo o 2 ,1 ( U) . U) ? ru Four act Aim T Gil, 12 un ill t JuO 'ini I io tie) x (xi H w iii' ai ui WCoi ;ijo him li jui lMio inn vi i;u M'ol HlOu' 1AI' '.MOO a? Ml WW MiMiO An weHreciitnpclled iv Inw li.iy hiMhkh "fCOMK, 77: lUUlALt) OF A NOISY WOULD, rilE NVAVS Oh A LI NATIONS LUMlUUtlSU Al ' MY IIAVIC" In udvium on pit pel m lit mitide of Ohio County, wt'iire forced tu require :i meat on tmbMcrlptioiinlii mlMtiice, All letter on hindiiest imut be nddreMMl VOL. J). HARTFORD, to KENTUCKY, .MARCH 7, 1883. NO. 1 tori snorter tlinp.nl proitortlniiHte rates, i T.8UTTOS, Publisher. One Inch of sicrcontltuten square. DIRKOl'OKY. COUNTY DIlllX'TOIlY, ciucurrcouuT. Hun, I.uehi 1'. Utile, Judne.Owenxburo. Hun. .hue pit Now, Atlor...

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 March 1883

THE HERALD. cirKitoT.HirrruN, K 1)1 TO II WEDNESDAY. MAitCH Tt 1SS.I. Wixti, who N routined In tlu Prince ton Jail for (lit murder of Crugcr, la! Christmas, attempted to escape week, Three other prisoners mho d. lerted In tliu same business ami put in the dungeon. We learn from the SunOram that Mr. John Scott, living ubout live mile below LltchhVUI, was called to his door a few night ago hy unknown part let and whs badly Bitot. NottMpIeloiH exist as yet. Wi: have softened our pencil In u tear-drop to write that Dr. John D Woods, editor of the 'Hint, 111 let Ire from that paper with the fiuieiit ksue. No brighter, better man in with the Kentucky press to-day. We hope the 7ir may be a interesting as heretofore under the new management. Tiik total amount of the Louisville eltyoillcial steal Is SI ST.lti.oO, or mi approximate uiu. Kentucky is to hold up her hands In horror when defalcations are found out, and now we have a chance tt) kick oui selves. We are no lictter as a people than 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. — 7 March 1883

THE KEllALD.l WKDN'KSDAV, MAItC'tl 7, 1KS. OUR AGENTS. lit following iKroiH art uuthori.ttl iii nuiii ij'UOiiM anil lUIU'WIll, uilvertMn.; In Mil Hkhaiji, order for oh worn, iu, etc.: Wll.M'ooi'Kit, CromNvi'll. KlXIAK Kii.kv, Mwrniurt. David Kimikils, Hufonl. J no. T. Hmmii, Jr., KnnNvilli. J as. I. Sutto.v, .Mi i gaii. H. I1. lJi;.NKrr,CVralvu. J. 10. Itiu.v, Sulphur Hprins. Died. It. Ha.ndkiim, LVntirtnwn, Wim.ii: May, IliiyneHvllk'. J. It. Kuttnn. T. C. Kuivu. WhllvHvilK. V. It. Rains, HikIiil. (). II. Williams, lUuver Dam. W. A. Miilson, Cuiu'yvillt. ANNOUNCEMENT. Viwv. W. II. llAVWAl(Diiutli(irl.iri iih In uniiuuut'i that lit U u cumliilutt for the oMItt of Superintendent of I otrui'lltm oft lit Stult of Kentucky, hiiljii't to Hit liMuii ol the Demo erntlL Convention, to Ik lieM at Iiouli villi, May lUth, ISjri. HON. JKH.SK S WIMJAMS an tliurics ih to aniiti iiiiu that he I a ramliilatt for re-election to tin HotlM'Of UprrHfutatIvcH of llu1 St tit of Ken lueny. I IN ramlhlaey 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. — 7 March 1883

Sandwiches am iwhwtpwir. mirszm,m&;rt -T - .. .. ,-.-,....,'. .a.w .t ...v,.---, . T... J...r T Aai Thefienloin of Irehiiid ami the rebuilding of Jerusalem hiv ojiite p.Mslhhj with the aid of the Pulled States. Adeudlieat U lihe u Windmill Noth Ihtf move hliu in ;t liee blow. An txhuiiK i.ni(aiiiH:iii aitlile on 'Young Vinifii Who 1 I Thl Iremienily ocelli; hut the i:im of iI women uhodie early ale very fw XorfixtOiVH fftnittl, .Thousands are Mug cured ofeatanh 'every year with Ha'IV I'uturin one, that the doctor had given up mid Mild eould not hecured. Toeeiil a bottle, Sold hy Thoma A Kimhley. Mm The et'iiMi states that there ate in ClileaKo "7,07s toref, 0,171 fai'tmle, nluMfSN mixed Now-yon can umlerstand haw mi many people get "mixed,, when they p toClncapo. lUirlhvjUm KarmeiH and otheiK desiring a genteel lucrative ageney hu?hu?, hy which j to 'JO a day can lie earned, mihI at once, on ikMiiJ, to H. V Wilkinson , ACUJUSuiMllUTniUoii Mreet, Xew Voik. -" As matter are going ...

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. — 14 March 1883

SUUStMUP'l ION JiATKB. ' .C.lM' cht ... v fl Ut om tn , tout month . No ililiii'tlttii from Uumi iiiIm under mi idicuiiiitiiiu'e. I A wt'iiii1 1 (inipt'ltiMl tiy lau to piiy poMuK 111 advance u jHipttih M'lil of Ohio I'ounty, wt'iiii' XoivUl u riiilm pti ideiit tin iUbofrlptl'iiu In mhiiut'i. All let (era ttu iniit be lulilit'KHctl lo . CVT. MIXTION, PuhlMier. COUNTY 1)I UKCTOH V CIUCUITCOUUT. lion, Luclu!'. Utile, JiidKe,1jwenihio Hull. JiMpii No.-, Attorney, i.mionu. H, J. llmUmi!. tinrviic.ll4rtiwiric,i'ioric, llnitford. J, P.llitn'wtt, MHHUTromtiiiU'iier.H'trtr.iul, li. I. Hiiiitu, rtlicrlir HaitMrd. lkntli' J M.trlmi Yntfs llufurd ; John It. ItoOuo; S.im Ut,nu, Furdnvlilv; ). II.. Kliiiiiicl, rcrutvii. , I Court hojlui I'fiirvti Monday In May nml 1 Nove tibeu uudiuillliiue lour Wttfkh each Urui ' CUUNi'YCOlXIir V. Mavde.JudKe, Hiirtlttrtl. ' I. J.HmUli.Uurk, Hurtlmtl. II, M. KltiMiUliiK. Atloii.ey, llittlfuiil. Court hetii tm tlio Hint Mumiity 111 . iiM.iilli. UUAIUKlilA't'UUIi...

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. — 14 March 1883

rp TT p TI 17 T A.T, T) complete, the young people were Imp MMrs. .lophlne Ij lyton, of Itnckport, i. -' - - - - py, everybody uantcd to dance. Capt. necompinled hy Mw. Ssallle Suaeklett, CICKROT.NPTTON, KlllTOH WEDNESDAY, MAItl'H H, ISJtf. I ilistlnctly Miggetlve of frg jwiids ami their summer luhabltantH, fables aUut warts and no end of other ihliifs. lion Hawkins, a noted character, of KlliaMhtown, was shot aud fatally wounded by a raloou keeier, named Neighbors, lu that place Saturday night last. Hawkins U a perfect giant, aud In In the habit, we are told, of getting tlrunk occasionally, at which limes lie made things Main! around. Si.nck the new tarltt law has been In furce, the Treasury has hen over-run with Inquiries as totbecoustrtictlon to Itejilactdou certain (Kilnts. The law Is very vague aud there will be no end of dltllculty until it Is htralghtetied out. The law Is very imperfect and In parts, almost contradictory aud will remilre a reconstruction at an early date. It ...

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. — 14 March 1883

TMJ3 HERALD. WKD.N'tiSDAY, MAIUM 11 lH.I UUK AGENTS. In art wilhiiiljM (d rtvt'lw Hiilr'rlplloiw :ml ri'iH'vwiN, uilvertMiiglii tin llKHAi.li, imln lor job woik, ute., et : Wu.i. Cooi'Kit, Cromwell. Kimjak Itii.uv, I.1vtrimm. !)AVI1 ItiHIKJtS, Hufonl. J no. T. Smith, Jr., Kunlsvllli. Jam. IC. Sutton, Miipm. ri. 1 lsi:.NNKTr,('rttlvo. J, K. Hkan, Sulphur HuingH. J)it. (3. It. Samikks, (VlltiTloWII. Wii.i.h: May, HuyiHvlll. J. It. lIlH'KKK, Sutton. T. V. Vmxiu VliltvllU V. It. Kains, Hutliii. o. It. Williams, leaver l.uii. V. A. (Jihn, Cuiioyvllle. ANNOUNCEMENT 1'ltoK. W. H. u In uiiiimim'tt that hu I " ruiulitUtt liirlliMillUH.MrHiiH;rliiU'iHlHit of Pub lic) Instruction ofilie State of Knitueky, niiljwl tt tin ltfiiliMi ol tin' iTiitlc(?oiivtutlon. to Im IiHI at i vllle, MV IMIl.lh!. i HON. JKSSK ri. tin to ittitio.itKM I hut li 1 h lltHMMifi Hiri'ntatlv4t of tin Si ih of lli4:niilM.fcty N Millrl to tlu u ill of thu linoeruts of the mutity, hiihirt liereftlKrtfillly MillolK i Mlt.J. ...

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. — 14 March 1883

Sandwich en- 7" A elgaf peddler In New York, who 1m? been in tub country Iw limn four, ym, baa been arrested 100 time prl evailiugtbe it-venue. Tnul would le enterprise, even for tin American. A hotel elerk named ttrlMe, .Stumped his foot out In 'Krli, It hurt him liku thunder, Hut the pi hi was got under, ; I.. Hy Ht. Jacob Oil rubbed 011 hU toe 1 A conductor who lives ut Belnlr, (tot hurt, being thrown on h rliulr, They took I1I111 away, Hut In lees than a day, St. Jacob Oil made him all square. Mr. Tulmnge has been preathmg on the "Kye,'' aud laat Suuuay he took for his text the "Ear." In a short timo he! will probably gel around to the "Chlu," nnd he will do the tut jet Justice. We have great faith in Mr. Talmage. Druggist' and- physicians recom mend and prescribe Lydla K. Pink" h&mfH Vegetable pompou ml for all te-, male complalnls. AM'ienuflia8er iimiwnvc jeuisuiN. of tbe sounds emitted by a man's voice 1 in ordinary conversation) are from eight to twelve feet, aud of a wo...

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. — 21 March 1883

) 3Mi M USOHIP'l ION ItATKS, thic copy, one yeitr - ?l fio Hiiccopy,Mx month 75 One copy, loin inoiilliH hO No rieiluctloii rutin Mm-' m It under uny cticiliiivtances. V wh ure compelled li law tti pay positive In ttdvnnte nil papem ciit ouUlde (if Ohio County, ut'iiio forced in reijnhe pnyineiit on oileilptloti hi advance. All If I ten Oil ItiediicHH must In IHl1tfhll to V. T.HUTTON, PuhlUlier. IJIRISOTOKY. rol'NTY DIKIHTOHV. (.MIlUUITCOlMtT. Ilol,. l.lH'HM P. I.ittll', JlliUf, llVVl'lltllOlO, lion. Iom'I'U Noc, Attorney, rulhoiin. tl. J. Ucuii.jHllcr, llurtrutil. irUicmv ilttdvvieit.rieiU, 11 nil. nl. J I'. II melt, M.cdt r i'oni uiivdoucr. Hurl lonl. 0. I.. Suittii, Hiicriir. Ilartloid. Hepatic Million Yut"s Itnt'tnl; Joint It. hoicem, Uoone ; Ham Keutvii, Konltvlllu; .1 II. KiiUHU'UViitlvii. I'onrt in.;un Mtinti Monday In May aiul Novt utier. mid continue four week eiich cliu JUSTVCOUUT r V. d.mie, Juli;t. Iliirtloni. r, j.o.iiii.Cieik, If at (turd. II. 11. Kliiinltliii;, Attorn...

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. — 21 March 1883

THE HERALD. UCErtUT t rrox, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, ISS'l. TiiATbrlRlit little jheet. the Klktou ItVihfe$ came thin week with a nicely written love letter foru wiapj or. Now, hiioli things are a rarity down here. W never pit but a few in our life and w prie them too highly to make tifwepaper v nippers out of them. A no it, lu the kettle U worth two In the noe. lirrvkhu hit A'ntv, Keb. Mth, IhiV.. A itoil. in the kettle U worth two on your uwe. JViitadcfjtfiia Saturday Sight November tli, 1SVI, and Ood oitfy knows whrrt rfoe brfitrc that. The new nickel in worth one cent, as it cont the (toverument but that tw mak It. There are already between J,WO,000 aud .VwuofUd() Itwiied ; and of the o!d nickel there are nearly 1-0, thKitK)0; of three cent pieces tliere are :tt,000,fMWfau(luf one cent pieces Two ucRro Itoys were playing marbles hi Hopkitisville bwt week when an outsider picked up .some of the marbles, immediately one of the player struck him in the face. A the player ntooped to rene...

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. — 21 March 1883

T HE HE HAL D . VPJ)NIlAY.MAIll'lT2riSH:i" OUH AOrNTS, tit lolloiugM'ioiw ale uuthoil.ed to lecelve HiilHcrihtlouH und renewal advertising in Uie H KHALI), order lr(4j.tf oi worn, etc., etc. : Wild. i'ooi'KH, Cromwell. Kihjak Hh.kv, Uvermorc. IHvm Hooww, Huford. J no. T, rtMiril, Jr., Konhvllh. j a. lit rimoN, Magau, tf. '. MuNmr, IVrnlvoi J. Is JtM."f Nulphur Spring. Dii. U. H. rf.iNiKKN, Ceiiterinwm Wii.i.ik May, Hayncivllle. J. It. lloCIO.lt, Sutton, T. L Kiom, V. li.JtAl.N, O. H. Wim.iams, Heaver Dam. W. A. (llliso.v, Cancyvillc. ANNOUNCEMENT- I'ltoK. W. II. 1 1 A Y V A ltl aiilhoi it- u In uuiioiiuee tlmt lu N a candidate of lie. Instruction of theStute of Kentucky, Mihjtet to tlit ot the Democratic Convention, to he held at I.oiils. villi, MiiV HON. .IKSSK S. Wll.l JAMS to announce (litit la N a rainlitl.it' for reelection to the House or of lh Slid of Kentucky. Ilh candidacy U miImVcI to the will of the Democrats of tin county, biipMirt helcyMrtfully wdlclK MIC. J. H- WKI.I.K...

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. — 21 March 1883

Ssndwlcrjov ! giiri Tjr nail Prohibition itni:"Vuk iiihiip, dar linir. Iti.nlclit and ilve me :i tndih. a!i! an AiMin Inebriate lo lit wife. asthey u.te uUmt lo retire for the night. "But how will I know when vou wniil one ?" Yon oan't iiinki a mistake. Iain always IhlrMy when I am woke up." ... .. f iil'u t'jiltf ii. lilix'u I it'll. IIL'u llttll' i.Mmr ii inn iiiiiii.1 " " hy imiis; the lmtnthd I He?, and you will le happy. Any ( the cnloi for in rtnK One of the "perfect neni:" "Do lend men hreatphi,' I rultl ton fifeml at whiwe houe I wu Maying; "1 have JtHt broken mine.0 She prmlueed n roaeh hi onyx, at which I tdnlekeil, "Why, tlarllug, it's u pel feet gem, with gold lei;-and emerald eye," mIic !aid. I wore It, but I shivered all day. rh! ' That poor bedridden, invalid wife, fttMer.mother or daughter,oaii U made the picture of health by a few bottler of ' Hop Hitter, Willyou let them sutler, when mo easily ruretl. I Very tired In their head: First I "Vou ay you have met me befo...

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. — 28 March 1883

MMMmnm UUUHOHIP'l ION HATI'.CS. 40"lflltTI81NO HATK8 OiuTnpy, miejrar fl W THE HARTFORD HERALD. 7 SI r w s K s h One copy, U month M 75 r - sr r - Uhecopy, tout nioiittii, ... : one 1 1 to I 0 $ i!." 5uu 7 So I loco Nu deduction lntn ttifp fMe under any Two I 7.V a V I m 7 .10 10 (JU 15 W Three 2Ai H6 Mo luui.lGUU, 18 0U r our I wt ' 7 i 12 (W 10 (X). 2u U) At vt nruooiMptlhd by law to pay positive " COM:, THE UFttALI) OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS 01 ALL NATIONS LVMIUUHSO AT MY HACK." kod no i;io nidiiui'J)10 :(o l'.. KtO MIU IS oil ihuo ;ww 50 00 In uilviutct' on-paper M'ht ouMlde nf Ohio fr.d.. .. lino nw suou ww flow, 4m County, w itrt An ivi lu require pnyinenl on uhftilptltMi In advance, Alt lei ten on hultie. inut b ftddtewaed VOL. 0 HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 28, 1888. NO. 13. FoniMhorter tlme,Ht proporllountemle". tu UT. MUTTON, rublUhir. Oiielnrh ot tpntt'couMltutfMHftiHre. DIHEOTORY. COUNT V DIllKin'OHV. CI HOU IT CO UHT. liuu, LuclmT. LUtlo, Hon. Jottiph Nut?, Attorney, Calh...

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. — 28 March 1883

THE HERALD. CICKHOT. SUTTON, KtllTUH WEDNESDAY, MA HCH -8, IS&t. iTTT T: rrr Clakence Hitk, one of (he James gang I dead. Somk miserable thief stole a ohutch bell at the Western Cemetery at Louis. ville last week. Hek Majesty, the Queen Victoria j slipped and npined her knee. Hhej was improvlug at last aeeuuut. i The steamer, HurgumhUt arrived at New York oil the 'J2d hist., with the remains ef Johu Howard Payne, the author of "Home Sweet Home." A Ukbman who was lately married savs : " It was easier for a needle tn valk oud of a earners eye than for a j mantogtder lasht vow mil a man' We accidentally omitted the credit from the parody on .Maud Muller, which 1 appeared in this paper last week. It was from the sharp steel pen oi ai Mllmrnfthe ltreckenrldge t. p Oko. Stonl died on the Inst., Irom a fall from a wagon nged 31 years. ' - OtviHttofo Mcnatitii: Very unfor - ; tuuate tor the man and a very remark ' ithlft aire for a wai;oii. Which is the i chief end ol the item? Mr. John...

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. — 28 March 1883

)M r.L 4 ?r t i T HE HERALD. OUR AGKNTS, bo foU owing jHrHoitH nr' authorized to receive lUtiHcrlptlouH unit renewals, advertising In the Hkkalu, on I cm lor iuu work, etc., etc.: Wli.l. Coopkk, Cromwell. KiHJAH ItiMCY, Uveruiure. David Houkiu, Uufortl. J no. T. Smith, Jr., Fnrdtvllle. J ah. K. Sutton, Magan. S. I. bKNNKTr.LVratvo. J. K. Hkan, Sulphur Spring. 1)K. O. It. Sandkiw, Ceutertowti. WiixikMay, Haynesvllle. J. It. Hock Kit, Sutton. T. C. Kuivii. WhlteHvllle. V, H. IIainh, I Conine. (). H. Wiixiamh, .leaver Dam. V. A. CJllisiN, Caueyvllle. ANNOUNCEMENTr I'hiik. W. It. HA YWAIll) authorize un to announce Dint lie I a oaudldate for the olllceof SuterluUudeiit of Public Initructlou of the .State of Kentucky, Hiihject to the dcilon ol the Democratic Convention, to U held at IoiiIh vllle, May imh,1hs:i. HON. JKSSti 8. WIMJAMti horizon us to announce that he I a candidate for re-election to the II mine of Representative! of the State of Kentucky. Hit candidacy It tftihject to the ...

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. — 28 March 1883

Sandtrl )) iuoum. A'jialr'of pumps Two special re trier. Karly lu bed Hint early to ifee, a ruau ritant In a way we despise. A ileaiMock TIih fanning t a cemetery Krtte. The place for u retired broker A slock farm. Starch maker are ooinblniiiK to stiffen prices. The hardest kind of ehanm to K?t nver jareasm. ' What In of the feminine) KenderV AlaH. The defects of great men are the eon- Molatiou of the dunce. i iie cup iiiai eueera is aui n iir tmbulent piece of crockery. The In a Texas saloon never gets a chance to feel lonely, Why are troubles like babies V He-cause they get bigger by nurtlug. '.Yes, I'm picking up a little," the invalid aid in the strawberry patch. Isn't an aim without a name synonymous with an ominous Anonymous? The chap who leans against a newly painted lauipp05t N a matked man. If falsehood paralyzed the tongue, w ha( u silence u onld pervade xoeiel.v. A lock of hair from a young woman 'a head W often a key to a young man' heart. While a California woman was le...

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