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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 26 September 1883

S3 V ma 4 SIIIHOUIPTION RATIOS, One oopy,ntio year.. ... II 50 One. copy, nIx tnunltiH 75 Onu copy, lout mouth M) No deduction hniu tliew rut cm any ulrcunitttaticcH. Ah wunru compelled hy law li pay poMao In ml van co on pupeiH hciiI uuUlilu of Ohio County, wunro forced to require piiyinriil on HUljnrrlplIiiiin In advance. All UtllTH Ctll llllNllK'HH lllllHt iMMIllllreNMMl to m JOHN P. lUHKKTr. Publisher. DIRKOTOKY. COUNT V DlllKCTOItY, UIIIUUITCOUHT. l', With', Jll.lt!UfMWCIIHtKHO. IIllll,.u4pll NM( AltOUM)', t.'lllllOOIl. U.J, Uimii, Jailer, Hartford. Clarence llardwlerf. Clerk, Hartford. J. 1. turn-it, .Muster CoinmlKlonur,Hartford. II. I, riintlli, rtuerlir, Hartlonl. Marlon VatvK, Ihihtrd ; M. 1.. Hcvcrln, Kuii Kihiwii, Koidivlllo; J. Ii. Kluiiiiel,Ceralvo. Court Joiirlh MonitayH hi May ami NovHiiliur, and continue four week each l"r"1 COUNTY COUUT C V. Matdu. Judge, llarllortt. T, J.rtniUii.Clertt, Harltord. ll. II. Kliimilvliitf! Attorney, llarllnrd. Court ImIiin on lh llml ...

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 September 1883

THE HERALD. JOHN IMIAHUKTT, Kditor WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30, 16S3. Thk New York dallies are cuitthit' each "other lu priced. Three cents Is the price at present. Thk Ohio couuty Fair commences next Wednesday ami will continue four dayn only Instead of live as heretofore. Let everybody turn out the llrst day Mrs. Wm. IJiuoiit, of Lexington, took eleven premiums on her needle work at the Falmouth Fair. Who will be the "Jlrbjht" lady at our Fair next week. Just aa we go to press we learn that Capt. Italph Sheldon has surrendered poteesslon of the Laud Oillce. His valedictory sounds like a whipped tchool boy's composition. Governok JU.ackhijkn pardoned more thau eight hundred criminal during his administration, an average of two hundred a year; about seventeen per month, and more than one for every other day. Governor Knott will make quite a different record. Moituow, Republican candidate for Governor, received 17,6(14 votes more than Ida colored brother, Anbury, did for Iteglster. In other ...

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 September 1883

u 1 ,v h u s f fcl r THE HERALD. WK'ilNKSDAY.HKI'r. 'JO, lHSri OUR AGENTS. he following eroiiM are authorized to receive subscriptions itml renewals, HtlvcrtiaiiiK i Iho Hkuai.h, onlem I'ur jol work, etc., ete. : Will Omipkk, Cromwell. KihjahKii.kv, Liverinore. IHviiUoukils, Huford. J no. T. Hmitii, Jr., Knnlsvlllc. rf. I JSKNNKrr.lYrulvo. Die. (1. It. Hanimui, Centerlown. W11.1.IK May, lltiyiieavllle. J. It. HocKKitf .Sutton. T. C. FlYI. Whlte.svllle. V. It. Ha ins, Hon. It. 1. Hocium, louver Dam. W. A. (IliisoN, t'umyvllle. Mas. Nannik W. Joni;s, Hnrlou. A SKCRfcT. Two hrotluT' )!(' 11 Crirlxtiun .lay, HLitlt;iteflo lirt Ji1iiliiiii IMck, Ti rrletinitu In a way. The ft'tUval K' f kikmI 1 Saint Nick. Now John will li1cv4M with 11 plethoric nrm IIimI hoiiM.vtnil IiiiiU,hiii1ii h ink mvomit, llml all the comfort that one muhl rchrarM, Atul ami of Wlilio Dick, thoiuh a hunt worklnuniiiu, win HMtr; J 1 1 H UllHlll W'llCllH'K, MIIIH'llOWlll il lo fall. ltMrntfulct "to hup the wolf from ...

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 September 1883

Sandwiches A iKMiitlful woman It thu paradise of tluM'.vtM, t lie hell of tho houI ami Xw purgatory of the Functional ilfraiiKOiurnt of tin1 1V male H.Vitfin Ih quickly ciiittl by (lie line of Or. Pieriru'rt favorite proscription . It remove pain and restore health mitl btrent;th. Uyall (IrtiKuNt. Man wantw hut little hero below, and he usually KetH It. One of thu nxt fatal temptations t the weak is a Might deviation from the truth for the Mike of apparent good. Envy lx a vice which keep.s no holl day; hut Is uhvnys In the wheel and working Uh own dlMpilet. Jvin Hnkei's pain janacea etire.s pain In man and leat. Ure externally and internally. j Uvea have grown tip from the darkest places, as pure white lilies, full of fragrance, have blossomed on slimy, Htagnant water. Mr. ILL. Oaucs,Oweiitou, Ky.f kivh: ' Iron bitter relievetl my tlaughter of scrofulous atlectlon of ten years Mantling. Tanner's Merman Ointment cures hums, cuts, wounds, Mores, ppratur, i&e, H(Mthes lutlamatfon, ...

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. — 3 October 1883

X SUUSOIMPTION 11ATHS, 'neoopy, one year. .-...........;.., 81 W One copy, six month 75 I line copy, fout months 5u No deduction fmni thcue mles under nny OIlUUHUtHIH'OH. Aii wo nru compelled hy hi Mr to pay pofdnKo III advance oil piiptTM Kent nulftldo of Ohio County, wo are forced to require piiymciit on fUlHUTlptlotlH In ndviinco. All let tern on mediies iiuiht hn nddroased to ' tfJOHN I1. lUltltKTT, lu1llther. DIRECTORY. COUNTY IHHEUTOHY, ciHiunrcotiHT. lon.LuolUN 1. Mtllo, JiiilicisOwtuiHiioro. Hon, Jntcjili Nih Altuiliuy, t'ullmoii. tl. J. il.'.iu. JulkT, Hartford. Ci iiuiii'u iiunlwliH.ciirk, HurUord. J, 1. It trrctt, MuduMoiiiiiilvdoner. Hartford. I). I,. Smith, HhiTlir, llarllonl. Deputies tliirloii ViitcH, Ihiiord; .M. I. Hoverlii, KikIiiu; Ham keown, Kordsvlllo; J, li, Klmmil,L'vruUu. Ctiurl iietfins tourlti Mondays In May ami Sovtmilmr. and continues four weeks eueh I u rin coaNTVcointr J V. Muvde. Jndije, Ilartfonl. r, J.riiiillli,rirrlc, Ilartfonl. 11. II. Klusolvlmc, ...

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. — 3 October 1883

DP AND IT I alY?4M WMH u r Wi m HE m L'J MTCMT&TCT E1 I ' rl This is the Only House in this county that buys its wool and has its own Jeans, Linseys, Flannels, 'Blankets and Yarns manufactured, thus saving middle men's profits. 'MJ If : ' 'Ji Wl i. I ' --- 1 - I ta-- 1 This is the only house in this county that sends up 30 feet balloons and gives $10 gold rings to the finders. U7 mm This is the only house in this County that sells Walker's and Stark's Boots and Shoes. No other house can get them. A IN m - LOTHIMG $7.00 Boys Suits of Clothing, at $18.00 Suits of Mens Clothing, at $10.00 Mens Suits of Clothing, at $15.00 Mens Suits of Clothing, at $1.50 Monarch Shirts, at - - 50 cent all wool Cashmere, at 25 cent all wool filling Silver Gray Dress Goods, latest styles, at CLOAKS 1 T THE BIG TRADE ANTICIPATED A.T it OU II O CLOTHING Come to tlb.e Bazar REMEMBER! This is the Only House in the County that sells lO eent jriiigliain at SO cent Ticking: at 75 cent Table Cloths, at $1.50...

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. — 3 October 1883

; m A V -7 1 1 1 THE HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OUT. 3, 1883. OUR AGENTS. he following kmoih ure authorized to teceive aubscrtptlou ami renewals, auverusiug 111 nie UKKAM), oiiler tor ui work, etc., etc.: WilX Coopkk, Cromwell. Kihmh Kilkv, Uvermore. Da viii K( mi Kits, Kuford. J. no. T. Hmitii, Jr., Kordnvllle. S. . ftlKNNCTr.L'erulvii. Dk. J. It. Hamikiih, Centerlown. Wii.uk May, Huyneavllle. J. II. IIockkk, Kuttoti. r. C. Kuiyii. WhlteHvllle. V. 11. Hainb, Ifcwlue. Hon. J. I1. HocKKti, Ik-aver Dam. W. A. (illLSUN, Cuiiey ville. Mas. Nannik W. Junks, Horton. PERSONALS. Mr. 0. T. Oliver, agent ami ojterutor at 1 Waver Dam, wo lu town Huuduy evening. Mr. D. H. French ami wife, of are visiting the family of Mr. Z. Wayne Uriillii. IJttlo M.Ie daughter of Hon. 8. K, Hill ha been quite nick (lie (mat week ami In no Utter. Ml .Stella Tat butt, of Kllabethtown, Is visiting her aunt, Mix. W. II. Hay-ward, Hulphur Hpriugx. Ml Irene Eave, of "Social Hill," McU'ati county, la the guest of Mrn, Dr. Mi...

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. — 3 October 1883

Bandvrloboe Tho nob eat mind the Ut couleut ineut has He who knows most grieves moat for wasted time. PoIlteneHu In u wreath of flowers that adorns the world They are never alone that nre accompanied with noble thoughlt). To live long It Is necetwary to live slowly tolfve hupplly to live wisely. A man loves when life Judgment approven a womau's upptoven wuen she loves. Nothing can count It ute good breeding that has not good nature for Uh fouudatlou. A life spent worthily nhould Imj mensural by a nobler Hue by deeds, not years. Sficridan, Edlfcou's electric light Is a wonderfu discovery, but not as wonderful an Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sold by ThotnoM A Klmbley. Modern criticism ilfccJoeea that which It would fain conceal, but cou ceaUthat which ft professes todUclone; it Ih therefore read by thedincerulmr, not todlscover the merit of an author, but the tuotlven of his critic. There Is uo one article In the Hue of medicines that gives ho large a return for the money as n good porous str...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 3 October 1883

IP Ui 111 Ml ai.weimjjDjn feci More than realized last week, and now the great preparaf i' ENTIRE NEW STOCK trade visiting liar Milli Which will be sold regardless ed. None Idii REMEMBER Jo AAA This is the only house in this county that sends up 30 feet balloons and gives $10 gold rings to the finders. to This is the only house in this County that sells Walker's and Stark's Boots and Shoes. No other house can get them. WxWWf TlITVi Ylfe This is the Only House in this county that buys its wool and has its own Jeans, Linseys, Flannels, Blankets and Yarns manufactured, thus saving middle men's profits. 1 2i Hi A m Laud For Sale I haven few tracts of land for Kile, a-i ni;eiit. If you wish to htiy eall and X will give you particulars. W. K. UliwtoHV, Att'y, at I-aw. Hurtloril, Ky. mi CTIF I3ST jL. BJLX Herald Supplement Heart Disease, n'HKl) IIY Dr. Rush's Regulator, FOR HEART TROUBLES. Wiii.U. O.ioo.lb tho well ktmuii h ife in unifM Hull tin, I'nil idelphlu. Pitt lniruhtNnvirk tunl tli...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 3 October 1883

; n K irJ t X THE HERALD. trr rra.r WEDNESDAY, OUT. S, 188,'t. OUR AGENTS. hu following peiuiH uro authorized to leeelve aubrtonptlouH and reuewaln, ttJVerthdllglu lilt UkkAI.U, Older tor uo work, etc, etc: Will Coopkk, Cromwell. KlxJAlt Hli.KV, David Kimikkh, Huford. J.no. T. Hxrrii, Jr., KordnvlllH. S. I. lfKNNKrr,Ceralvo. I)K. (I, It. 8ANDKKH, tVntertnwn. Wiii.ik May, Huyiuwvllle. J. II. IIik'KKK, Hutloii. V, C. Hmivii, WIiIivhvUIc V. H. Kainh, ItoMlue. Hon. H. T. JIockkk, louver Dam, W. A. (illisoN, L'uneyvllle. Mils. Nannik W. Jonks, Morton. PERSONALS. Mr. U. T. Oliver, agent ami orator at Heaver Dam, wa In town Htinday evening. Mr. D. H. French anil wife, ol are visiting tho family of Mr. Z. Wayne UrlWn. Utile M.Ie (laughter of Hun. 8. K. Hill Imh been Ulte nick the past week and U no better. MIhh HtellaTalbott, of Kllabothtowu, Irt vinltlug her aunt, Mm. W. H. Hay-ward, near Hulphur Hprlug. MltwIreuuEaveM, of "Social Hill' MeLean county, U the gueat of Mm. Dr. Miller, Hhe wil...

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. — 10 October 1883

4F SUBSCRIPTION UATK8, AUVICUT1K1NG OiMii'iiiy,oiioyimr.. .- - ..- II M " - I v THE HARTFORD HERALD. O iutMity(Nix iiioiilliH 75 i uiu ropy, (out uioiitliN Ail Nti deduction tri'iu thvsi nitvn under nuy oho 9 I MJ t 2 50.1 5 001 7 fill I 10 Two .. 1 7) z&i i mi 7 ft. 10 ' IS I'lrruiuituiKM'H. Three...... . r :i .? 5 (Mi 111 Ml , w IS" Four......... :lou A (Nl 7 Wi 12 HOI 10 00 'JO l Ah Wrturorntnpcllcd by luw to pay pnttiiKO "I COME, THE 11KHAU) OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OB ALL NATIONS LUMBEMNO AT MY HACK." kern I 00 (i ) H (X) lioo id ui :oj 111 IlltVllltCtt Oil t)lMTH Nl'llt OIltNltltt (if OlllO StV)U w N 00 12 in u au U)j 'JO County, wo ure rmivd tmctiulru payment mi f Ct)l to 00 15 00 3)00 J." 00 50 W WJ Nuli4orlt(hiH In atlviiiHc. All MUTH till llllslllfHH IIIUHt lio mldrfNKf'tl VOL. 9. HARTFOHD, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 10, 1883. NO. 41. For a Hliorter time, at proportionate rate to JOHN lMtWtllKTT, liihllthpr. Otielnchol paceconMltuteKnsfjuare. DIRJSOTORY. COUNTY DIHKCrroKY, OI...

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 October 1883

THE HERALD. JOHNP. 1IAHUKTT, Editor WEDNESDAY, OlyI . 10. 1SS3. In 18S0 there were 50 inunlcrs committed In Kentucky. Iu 1SS2 there were 90. Up to August 15, this year, there were 100. Ok the 117comit!e In Kentucky, 70 liavenewspaperHpublisheil within their ImnlerH. Of the ISO papers In the State, 12 are dallies, 1! 10 114 weeklies, " semi-monthlies and 10 monthlies. The smallest nteam engine ever made Is amouj; the exhibit. In the Southern Exposition. It atnnife on a gold dollar ami can be covered with a thimble, and three drops of water furnishes the Hteam necessary to run It. It is valued at $25,000 and U not for sale. Tin: soldier's re-union at Hoekport, Iud.,lu September was a grand success. Oapt. Samuel K. Hill, of this place, was present and was called on for a talk and responded. Of his ellort the Hock port Sculifid says: "Capt. Samuel Hill, of Kentucky, was next Introduced, ami for a shori time electrified the audience. His Hteecli was full of lire and patilotlsm. He carrie...

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 October 1883

i I y t t -: -s s K N fc gS!gH y THE 11 ERA LP, " WKDXIiHDAY. Q(n JO, 1SS.I. OUR AGENTS. ho following imtmiih are authorized to receive HiilwrititloiiH ami renewals, in the Hkkami, order tur ett, etc.: WiM.(4iMiii:if CromuHI. KlMiAit Uii.kv, Uvvrmore. Oaviu Uimimw, Huford. J no. T. riMiru, Jr., Fordsville. ri. I1. li;NNKvr(LVriilvo. Die. (3. It. Haniikih, tVntertown. Wii.uk May, HayneHvlIIc. J. It. Hni'Ki:i(t Sutton. T. C. Kuivii, WliltfMvlllf. V. II. Rains, Hon. It. P. UocKi:it, Heaver D.un. V. A. Uiiison, Cnueyvllle. Mits. Nannik V. .Ioncs, Morton. PERSONALS Mr. I'M. JoIhimhi, nf Mr I, can county, ntir it week. Fuddle (itilllnnud Willie 1'. Max well lilt Moi.ilny for lutllh. Mr. Hmry Attiiiudt N iputf tfck at tin nldeuct l hi hoii'iii l.iw, . It, ItwkiT, lv. Capt. Sam IIIITrt IItlh';uiKlilf'V 1.1-It U ho lull er lit IliN wilting, alitl her mowry ltdonhlful. It. I). I tally, n one of the Tuhncm WarchntiMM of IjOtiNvIItt, wit in atlrudaucc at our Fair. Mm. Jack-on (Ion! mi aod Dr. M...

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 October 1883

Sandwiches Our hnppim I lm an UNh:ippiiR'H more or lew consohnl. Thy glut will hhow Une how thy beauties wear: thy lfal liowthy predoiw minutes waste, Shnuit, fTU the mlml tint nukes the lnnly rich. The tempter or the tempted who The web of our life U of a mingled yarn, k"1 Qnd III together. There Is no oneaitlele lu the line of mtdlelneH (hat given ho large a return for t he money a- a giwnl pomiH fttreiigt h enlng planter, such in Carter's .Smart Weed and ISelladnmm Uackiichu 3tMt. Sleep1 that knit up the ruvellM of eare, The death of each day'n life, ire labour' Uith. Halm of hurt minds, great nature' neeond course, KdUon'H electric light Is a wouderfu discovery, but not us wonderful us Hall'a Catarrh Cure. Sold by Thomas A Klmbley. Chief nourlsher In llfe'n feast The Mitumer's flowerls tothcummcr sweet, Though to Uvt it uily live imb die. Sowut, Have more than thou showed; Sieak less than thou kuouW. A man cannot prosper till he geU his wife's leave. A thrifty house-wife is bett...

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 October 1883

h X NtMlSOIlIPTtON KATKS l W,t 1 50,1 2 &, 5 00 I 7 fiU I h I v V1J VKRTIH IIS'O r Uii'j copy, nno year....- - II & THE Oiiocnpy.Mx nintitliN 75 HARTFORD HERALD. (invctipy, Imu montliK oO i r 7 I Nu deduction from then rnteH under nny Out) titicuiiutuiH'eri. Two....... '17 ;.V) i mi t .pjo, ioui 15 Three-... 2 51) :t rin a ik) lo on ir w S' Am wo are compelled by law In pay postage 11 comic, the jieiiald of a nolsy would, the sews of all nations LUMiiEiiiNQ at my back: Four , :t w 5t) 7 to 12110 Kid) sua KCol m BUI) R00 )l M) IXiUj no III advance m hent otitHlde. nf Ohio paper Sod woo 8U0 12 00 IN (JO. 30 Ml r4lli County, wtHirH forced in icqulre, payment nu r coi.., K) 04) 15 CO 20 00 WOO 60 U) HUltHcilptltiiiHlli udvnnce. All letters nil huMnete must he mlilresscil VOL. 0. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 1883. W J. 17, NO. 42. Koru shorter time, at proportionate rntr. JOHN P. imiltKTI, I'lil'lUlier. Otieiticliol HpficecoiiBtitutenaHqunrp. DIRECTORY. COUNTY UIKKOTOKY, CIUCUITCO...

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 October 1883

THE HERALD. JOHNP.IIAUURTT, Editor WEDNESDAY, OC1 . 17. 1bS3. Kiln out your banner t the ureere, And let your rooster crow; Kor Democrat with great e ciihc, Have carried 0hlo, Hon. J. V. Btkvkssos Is reported very HI at his resilience In Covington. Tiik Republicans, by hanl work, managed to hold their grip on Iowa, last week, but by a greatly reduced majority. Elms Chart was hung at Gray.on, Carter county, last Friday In the of 10.000 people, and asserted his Innocence to the last. . m am ' " Tub cane In the U. 8 court, at Louis ville.ngaltist "MaJ.ih" S. it. Crunihaiigh for violation of the postal laws bin lieen set for Octolr 21th, 1SS1. PitoTKCTlo.v by u hirllTIs a legal 8h toin of robbery of the home consumer the taxing of one Industry to bUpiort another ; a forced tax levy on the many to give profit to the favored lew. Louhvlllc Democrat, Mk. Isaac E. McCluhk, formerly of Litchfield, lion moved to Scottsvllle, Allen county, aud started a pajer. which he has christened 'The Alle...

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 October 1883

.l ; V- 4 1U f . k X A THE HERALD. WBINKHlAY.OUT. 17,188.1. OUR AGENTS. ho following ersoiis are uutliori.iHl to receive NulMcriptloiiM and renewals, advertising In the Hkicami. orders for job work, etc., etc.: Will Coopi.k, Cromwell. KlKIAIt RlLKV, Uvermnre. Da viu Rimiiiiw, IJufonl. Jno. T. Smith, Jr., Fnrdsville. ri. I. Ijknnkit.CVthIvo. On. (I. It. Haniikiu, Cetitertown. Wii.uk May, HayiieHvllle. J. H. H(M.'KKH. Kiitton. T. O. Kijiyii, Whltesvllle. V. H. ItAINH, Roltle. Hon. It. I. IIk.kkii, Heaver Dam. W. A. Girson, Caney ville. Mils. Nannik W. Jonks, Horton. PERSONALS. Persons In town having visitors or uny other item they would like In IIiIh column would confer u favor If they would Inform till Tim town Is not very large, hut out hand can't get ull over it every day and run u iiowh lnKr. IVrwniH vlhiiliiK In I own not seeing nrMHial mention of themselves iuuhI reuiemlier tho one they arc Mopping whh did not (til Intercut enough In llii'iu to rcKrt at ihlt oillce. J. I I Mm, 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. — 17 October 1883

Sandirlrhea A mneliine Hint tlie, twin nut i huutur lie who through clianM'H, to wlilcli ovvry llfu U ftiljH'l, tin ;ow eroralaj)tInt;lilinsulfto thot (liaut, anil nlMi to the nuw wt of clrctitiiHtun ch ri'MtiltliiK therefrniu, jkhsihmh a mak tullMtiiuii at'iiliitt all tin yIcM tiiiltHof life. So otir llvis'gf on; the river cniN, wu do not know wliore, utnl tin Ha Wlio nayetli mlvertiMiiK does not ay not what lit nayetli. A family In Florida the other day Io,t their little Uy, and atvertfed for him In the villtiKH iajMr. 'that HfleriHNiii an alligator crawled hji out of the .swamp and tiled on the front dooiHtep. In IiNhtoinauh wan fouml a handful of rtd hair, Mime htittonn, a las marble, a hruHH harrel pistol, u Kunduy hcIkmi! UmiU and it little pair of check pantn Tho advertisement did it. Medical Skill Baffled. T.C. Clarkburt', V. Vu writer I am quite familiar with Sco vHI'h KirHaparilla and htilliuyln.or 1IohI and liver nyrup, having iihhI It for the pail Ufleeii yearHaau altera...

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 October 1883

.f T' SUBSCRIPTION KATKS. AUVKRTIH1NG KAT1 : rn 13 p- t ?" i - rHE HARTFORD HERALD. I f x s " ihi'jenpy, one year . . M II M i iui')iythlx muiitliH "A ihiuiopy, loui month 'pa No deduction from these rules undernny One J M'ltUVll a :-) t 5 ) I 7 fsJ 1 10 iw Tirn I 7 1 ') U 7 fiO 10 U (llOUIIUtlUH't'K. Three 2 'A &! AlKji lO(K) I J Ml is I Kniir...MM a m 5 SO 13 S t ( 7 lfl M Ai no tire compelled ly law hi pay ihiMiiko "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOlbY WORLD, THE NEWS OB ALL XAT10KS LUMRERSG AT MV RACK." MCol....... ui wl mui ii oo iine (sj) . J. In advtimu mi papr M'lil outside of Ohio tftVd MOO, HIM, 12 W 18 UU .'(; on ICol 10 00 15 00 20 00 35 001 50 U) County, weitro forced toreipiho payment Hut"Tl'llnusin advance. All letter mi IiiihIiivsn must li nddieHhcd VOL. . HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 24, 1883. NO. 43. KornHhorter time, at proportionate rat e to JOHN IMIAUHKIT, IMIdlhhcr. One inch olKpnceconstltutehH square. DI RJSOTORY. county diuicctoky, CIUCUITCOIIUT. Iluu.hucliinl'. ...

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 October 1883

THE HER ALDJ JOHN IMIAltllKTT, Kditoii WEDNESDAY, 0(71.24. 1SS3, Thk Hreekenrldge AVirw nays the toluiuco rrop of that county U a fair average one WbvMi In call hpeelal attention o the literal ollVrof II. Small, proprietor of the Trade Palace, in hM new advertisement. It will pay any one wishing to bny ii hill of goods. The Silo is to have at leant one very thorough test In Kentucky. J. Ji. Wilder, Louisville, Imi made full arrangements for carrying t the work in question, and the an ivat of winter will llntl hi in with a very large amount of ensilage put away. All this is done In connection with U herd of Jerseys, which I one of the choicest in the United States. The deposition of Hon. Keene F. Pritchard, of CatletUburg, in the Nor-veil-Cecil been forwanledto Frankfort and possesses special Impror tanco. It la represented aa contradicting In part that of Tom Henry Mr. Pritchard says that, with reference to the nomination of Register, there was a combination formed, hut that It was ...

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