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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 24 October 1883

r ! -i u A u t . ,-4 IK ; x TH33JIE11ALD. ' WKONKSDAY. OCT. '2i, 188.1. OUR AGENTS. he following erhnnH are authorized to receive Milcrlptlons ami renewals, advertising hi the 11kkam, orders lor job work, etc., etc.: WlM. Cooi'Kit, Cromwell. Kikiah ltil.KV, Ilvermore. David Uookiw, Btiford. Jno. T. Smith, Jr., Fordsvllle. rf. 1 IJKNNKTT, Ccrnlvo. Dit. U. K. Handkiw, Ccntertnwii, Willi k May, IlaviicMVlIIe. J. It. IlocKKIt, Hutton, T. C. Fldyi, Whltesville. V. It. Ha in h, Kojdne. 1IN. H. I. H()CKi:i(, I it-aver Dam. W. A. Ulltsox, Caneyvllle. Mrs. Nannik W. Jonrs. Morton. PERSONALS iVrHoiH hi town htivlng visitors or any oilier Item they would like In thin column would confer a favor If they would Inform otlloe. Tnu town Is not very large, but one hand can't get all over It every ilay anil run a news- pUH.T. IVrwiiiH vMtlng In town not seeing iKTNonal mention of tbemnelveH must remember the one they arc Mopping with did not feel Interest enough In them to report at thin oillce. Judg...

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 October 1883

Sandwiches' Mniivv In viHir niiritf will cretllt you: uNilom In Hit head will mlorii you; amllHilh In your iivrawlly will nerve VOII xxu ,. ,,.. ...,-.. r .- i..h.w.miu iii'ariuiiriii iiiaiitrni iiiuvuuu, mhucj II vu complaint mid other wast Itii When you wNIi to en-i It'll tin lIod iiml purify the system Keiienilly. When you wMi to remove all ft ding of ucakntH, wen. Iness, lack of energy, try a bottle of llrnwii'a Iron Itlttt in iiml ei how greatly It will lit jmi. It MiipifHHnIl known remedies as an eitrlcher of the hlooil and a perteet regulator of the various Imdlly Imu'tloni. Ak your What you are doing for love you cau lo no longer for mete gain. The higher uiollve drives out the lower. If you are tired taking the Urge griping pllN try Carter's Little Mver I'ilhund take Home comfort. A man can't Muud everything. One pill a dun-. who can command themselves totiitnaiid others Denton' Halnani cures cold, roughs, rlietiinatWin, kidney troubles, etc. Cau he iimiI externally as a pl...

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 October 1883

A MMttfmnm SUBSCRIPTION KATES, JIV'll Ono copy, uiio year.. ........... ........! 1 50 Z 5T THE HARTFORD HERALD. O.HU'Uiy,HiX tllOUtllH 7.1 3 T. n Olio copy, lout tiiniitliN 60 I 5" I No deduction from tli rates under any o One e ie 1 5o.t 2 60, i a mi 7 ft f MlO elrcutntaiicci. Two I 7" tm 4 (h Too. lout 1511 Three. 230 a m 5 00 10 (O I3IH) 1H0' An wo arc. compelled by law to pay poMiiKe "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OB ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY DACE." Four.... 5 ll 7 50 12 to JfM) ant In udviuice. on pupem Kent utitMde of Ohio H Ul.. J w aw, S(in 11 (O 'JO (11 no .iv XCol... w hum 12 dH on is sow OOlt forced to reunite County, we are paynunton ICol... luoo 15 00 0 00 85 001 50 00 bCU HtlllKiTlptlollH In advance. All letters on IhihIiicmh iiiunI he nddrehM'd VOL. 0. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 31, 1883. NO. 44. to For n shorter time, nt proportionate rote . JOHN IMIAUUKTT, PubllKhcr. WREOTOKY. COUNTY DIKKCTOHY, UllttiUlT COUUT. tloU.tiiiclUN 1. I.ltttc, JiuU,Owei...

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 October 1883

THE HERALD. JOIINT. HAHUKTT, KniTOU WEDNESDAY, OtvJ . 31, 1SS3. Our Out). Without any upeolal preienslous or grand flourish of trumpet on our part, wo desire to make a brief ami succinct statement and ullgnmeiit of our duty asJournalUtHHtnUMlerewto the public tate ami public favor. In the tlrst place, It gives in pteituro to say, that we return thanks to our old friends and patrons, who have so generously stood by and sustained tin In the past, by tendering and giving us substantial aid, comfort ami good cheer, through evil an well as good report, during our not uneventful Journalistic life; and we hope in the future, as we have endeavored to do lu the past, to so conduct our paper and still do our duty, as will continue us In meriting your good will and patronage. To those of our friends and fellow citizens of thUcouuty, who are nou subscribers, It is meet and titling on our part, to send you greetings, coupled with promise; that we will endeavor to bring to the discharge of our du...

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 October 1883

A THE HERALD. Wi:i)NKSt)AY,()OT.;U, 1883. OUR AGENTS. f he following permus are authorized to receive HUhscrlptloiiN ami renewal, advertising in llio Hkiiam, order lor joh work, etc., etc.: Will Coopkk, Cromwell. Kimiak Um.ky, Liverwort. David Uocikkh, lluford. Jno. T. Hmitii, Jr., Kurdnvllle. 8. 1 llKNNKir,CVrulvo. Du, U. It. Hamikicm, CVnterlown. Willi h May, HayneHVIIIe. J. it. IIockkh, Sutton. T. C. Kloyi. Whiteville. V. It. Hai.ss, Hoslne. Hon. It. 1 IIot'KKit, Beaver Dam. W. A. (Jhlson, Caneyvllle. Mils. Nannik W. Jonkh, Morton. PERSONALS. MIhh Llzle,Capt.8am K. IIIUN little daughter, U recovering hlowly. Mr. (I. Smith FiUhugh is recovering an rapidly iw could lo exected. Mrn. Hagermati, of Owciiehorn, visited Mm. W. T. Vodwnrd,of I tain, the punt week. Mta Mary Hunger left Monday for ImlriVltie, wherofdm will Hend two or three weekn. MIhh LI.lo Walker lias returned homo from Ijoulavlllc, after a delightful vlnlt of utxnit three weekn. Col, W. C. .Shanks and wife, left Iiut ri...

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 October 1883

Sandwich Town putniw local tnlltnrM. Lost at Mil Tin ulijht f Intnl. Never fiMil In bnlmhs minor. liier cnlli Xi wnpaHr attack. Learn lo think mxl wl for yourself. Parlor magalm Kerosene lumjw. A tart temper mldont mellow with age. Dxi'tNtop to tell tttorien In liour.s. Krep ahe.ul rather than the lime. The great Aiiieiieaii "Km" They all come to grief Knneral guestn. Deetld without worth convey no real estate. ThetNJuMirriug article -A peg Itmlile the boot. A Jewel U n Jewel sllll, though lying In the ilust. Heauty Is the mark Got! setn on virtue. Jtmemon. A man of honor respects liU word a tie tiofrt his bond. Hock aud wry The craiiln and the Hour-faced baby. A detractor h his own foe and the world's euemy. Do not meddle with buliitw you know nothing of. line your own brahie rather than thne of oilier.". Choose an author as you choose a Mend. Ingratltudn Nabliorreil by (3 oil aud man. L'JMrantjc. Have order, nysteui, regularity and a!o promptness. Iive Is it harmony dropped from I...

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 November 1883

A A HUBdOUIPTION UATKS. AUVKUTIHING RATKK Ono copy, one year............. fl 60 THE HARTFORD One copy, ttlx month .. 75 HERALD. a Ono copy, tout month 0 s No deduction from theae under rates any One..., i i oo t i 5o,t 'im 6001 7609 10 40 alrcuuutnnces. Two... 1 50 4 U) 5H 10 00 15 Ci Three. 2 ft) 3 50 5 00 10 00 15 00 18 'M As we ure compelled by law Ui pay postage " COME, THE HERALD OF A HQ1&Y WOULD, THE SEWS O ALL NATIONS LUMBEBIXG AT MY BACK." Four.. 3 00 5 00 7 50 12 00. IK 00 20 ,C 111 advance on papers Kent outside of Ohio Col., H00 8 00 11 00 20(1) 30 J) Col., 6 00 N 00 12 00 IK OOj .10 00 50 U" County, we are forced to require pay "lent on Col., 10 00 15 00 20 00 35 00 50 00 90 U' itubscrlptlouslu Hdvunco. Alt letters on business muHt be addressed VOL. 9. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 7, 1883. NO. 45. to For a shorter time, At proportionate rate, JOHN P.llAUUKTT, Publisher. OnelnchotspaceconNtltutesnsquare. DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIKKCTOKY, OIlttiUITCOUHT. tlou. Lucius I, hlt...

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 November 1883

THE HERALD. JOHN IMUKUITT, KniTOR WKI)NKSIAV,()(ri.:.lSS.1. .. . Year Dill). In lln l:it is-Mic of our p.iper, we Mil . dertook out line our duty us loiinmlNt. iiml, at Hie name time having Ii:itl In view the I'onnnutiity well as ihul of our own, III etlitiui; ami piihlMdii a loc.tl news 'Journal, devoted to the inahtteiiuiHV of law, order, jrood moribund democratic principle. Now, the query U and urines with up, to consider mid weigh, and t yon, the peopliwif ihS tenuity, what N your duty, a well a- Interest, In theprem hh l:itli pte.HMitnnd fnluie, hi regard -to thN matter of the nialuteimiice ami giving material aid and Mieeor to your county Kier? ThN question N put by us to the great mi- of the people nf tliM county without leg.ud o rlassiileatlon. Im It not a f.iet, hicnntrovertubW', that 'the public itlu and general of u good local newspaper in your inliNt. N and nceestiry to the cultivation and promotion of your county Interest at home and abroad, In nriltcr pertaining to you...

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 November 1883

- K X To the Citizen!!) New York Clothing House, it . Corner Sixth and Market Streets, Louisville, Ky. Are Manufacturers of Clothing, which enables them to retail goods at wholesale price and save the buyer 25 to 30 per cent. Such an opportunity was never before offered to the people of Kentucky. Our stock for the Fall and Winter is now complete, and is, beyond doubt, the largest ever offered in Louisville. Men's, Boy's and Children's Clothing in great variety, embracing all descriptions of goods at all prices. Our goods are marked in plain figures so all can see the price, and and examine our stock when you come to Louisville. THE HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, 1883, OURAOENTsi 'J he followlUK persons art authorize! to receive HuUorlptlous and renewals, advertMng hi the Hkuald, orders Tor job work, etc.! etc.: Wiu.Coofku, Cromwell. Eixiah IMlky, LWermore. David Homkks, Huford. Jno. T. Smith, Jr., Fordsvllle. 8. 1 ltKNNKTT.Ceralvo, Dk. U. R. Hanukiw, Ceiitertown. Wii.uk May, Hayueavllle...

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 November 1883

Sandwfchea Pay as you go. The key note "Wife, let me In!" An unruly tongue la lmnler to control tlmu a vIcIoih hnrne. Allow HM)p1e to think as ucll of each other as they ran. If you have a place of lUHim, lie fouml there when wanted. The greatest truth are the hhnplest; ho are the re. i tost men. He who love to read and knows how to relict, I:ih hild hy for hi old ngo a perpetual feast. Eincrnon, It U a truth tiut too well Known, thai raaliueiH attends youth uMprudenee does old age. Egotism vprhiKs sometimes from Tin not enough to help the feeble up, but to tmpport them after. Timon of Athens, The light of friendship is like the light of phnsphorus veeii plainest when all around Ih dark. Croivttl. Townslyfa Toothache Aiuulyue The child of God bliould be a lilble beatitude for Joy and happlues, and a living doxology for gratitude and adoration. C. II, Spuryton, A religlou which can till the heart with Joy, even lu the raldt of jersecu , IIoiih, h beyond all price. Ureal Is he who enJ...

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 November 1883

V f4 V. Ni k I I ' X SUIiSOIUPTlON KATKS. AD WRTIHINC4 KAUKh Ouo copy, one yonr...... ft 50 THE 1 X HARTFORD HER AIT). -i O.io copy, nix moiitliN 75 One copy, lout monlliH 60 No deduction from thene intes tinder utiy One. .7! t i- i no, sails, ft twi: s't Two 1 "1 LVJ IUU 7&fc. uh! 1.', ,t olrctiuutniiCfri. Three-.. 2fi! :t m Mm lo mi isnoi 1 Ah we urn compelled by law to pay pontile COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS Of ALL NATIONS LUM11E1UNG AT MY BACK." Four Col.... :i l (Ml no. (Ml!), ftwr 7 moo so lot), iaw, wiw ltiiio ju.c :' u hi mlvaiico on paper htut nutMdo of Ohio Col. .. It (Ml HUU I2i 1H i. :ju U)' 3 't County, we mo forced to require payment on Col.. . luoo 15 W 20 W 35 UO 60 00 lUbtcrlptloiiHlii advance. All letter mi liutllicNH iiuiKt lie nddrcKHed VOL. 9. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 14, 1883. NO. 4G. For a thortrr time, nt proportionate rate. tu JOHN IMmtltKTT. l'ubllNhrr. Oneln !hol npncpconstllutBftsqnnrp. DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIHKCTOKY. oiucurrcouHT. il...

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 November 1883

THE HERALD. JOHNP. HAUUKTT, Editor WEDNESDAY, NOV. 14, 1883. Parody. 80011 without the nllU'lnl bar, 01icurely will net my political Mar; leptd and hated, I'll wander alone No one will car thn for Hilly Mnhooe. TlieNoYember Flections. Elections In fome ten of the different States, North and South, came oil 011 the Tuesday the Oth Inst., ami the news from mid the finul result of same, were eagerly sought after and conned with bright hope mid exiectatlonH by the political parllMiua anil the jeople generally of the whole country, a pos Hltily forecasting and measurably de. terruiulug the political status of the two great political parties it the country In ..uvt vmrtf Prptddelltlal election, but . . ,, , 1. ,,,' fter it seem, that the ilual careful estimating nud ligurlug up. are not ho satisfactory to either of th as anticipated and they are as much hi uncertainty and darkness lu regard to the fill lire nut look they were before the election took place. Iu so far as we are eonetnied, ...

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 November 1883

A' w k. 4 T n X js J THE HERALD. Wednesday; now" 7, m. - . OUR AGENTS. 'ho following persons are uutlicirtxvtl to receive subscriptions and renewals, advertising In the Hkkam, orders lor oh work, etc., etc.: WiM Cooi'Klt, Cromwell. Kduau Hilky, Llvermore. David ItixiKiw, Hufonl. Jtfo. T. Hmitii, Jr., Fordsvllle. H. P. ISKNNKrr, Cvrnlvo. Dlt. U. It. Haniikiih, Centcrlowii. Wim.ik May, Huvnesvllle. J, It. Hock Kit, Sutton. T.C. Fum. Whitesvllle. V. IS. Kainh, Hoslne. Hon. It. 1. Hockkk, Beaver Dam. V. A. Uiiwon, Caueyvllle. Miw. Nanmk W. Jon km, Horton. PERSONALS. Mr. W. C. Chapman and wife left the city Mouday for Florida. Mr. W. H. Clritlln returned from IjoulsvlIIo Saturday evening. MrH. Mourning Iiuh returned from u visit to the KxoltIoii. Mr.S. F. Howey, of Central City, Hpent several days here the past week. MrH. V. H. Hayward was visiting Judge Motley's family Moutlay last. 1'rof. Gcorgo Short, of Bockjtort, Hpent last Saturday and Sunday with friends here. Mr. I). (J. Grave, 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. — 14 November 1883

Tlie tMii raiuiot lw nUaIichI without friction, nor inuti HrfW'tetl without ail varsity. Dally we write our autographs on the nilmNiuul heHrlHof llioe ti round ii". Tliut one who ran work right on, quietly waiting for lecoKiiltlou, If It come: It not, yet right on, In the true nohlemuti. Post thou know, love, that thy nmlle Milken the whole world bright for me? JtHt a.H Ktmrhe MjurH a Midilen Purple glory on the Ah! hud 1 that pnvur, even Should the world look bright to thee. May your life be like, the day-more beautiful in the evening; like the sum mer aglow with promise; mul, like the- autumn, rich with the L'olden Hhenvtw, where good work ami detiN have rlpetifd on the Held. All thepatliMof falthtlho,severed wide, OVr which the feel of prayerful rever enee jvisx Meet at the gate of l'aradlae at last. The rehtoratlon to health of our child we considered uncertain. When two weekHoIdahe caught cold. For IS mouthn was not able to breathe thuugh her nostrils. Ukii using Ely's cream ba...

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 November 1883

1 HUDHOUIPTION KATES. rV13 TflllTlSIXO Ono copy, onoyenr...... ........ ......S1 &0 THE HARTFORD HERALD. 5? One copy, nix mouth 75 One copy, lout nioiitliH SO No deduction from tliette rate under any One t I ($ 1 fiO 2.V) I Mi) 7.V M (u Two ..i 1 75 I Am I 00i 7 Hi t (j IS ', olrcuiiuUncfH. 'i , a si ftou low 15 no IS i- As we uro compelled by law to pay poHtaKe "IVOME THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS Of ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY RACK." HCttl Four 3 I 00 00 SOU1 6 0D. 7 tl 30 HI 14 12 0U CO S9U lrt U In advance on papers Kent outside of Ohio JiCol 00 8 00 12 . 18 00. flu IW1 50 it County, we uro forced to require puymeuton ICol........ 10 00 15 00 20 00 35 00 MOO W I I I I NiibucrlptloiiH In ad vim i re. All let tern on buMnew mut be uddrexMed VOL. 9. HARTEORD, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 21, 1883. NO. 47. For a ihorter time, at proportionate rate. to JOHN IMIAUKKTT, Publisher. J Onolnehotspaceconstlluteaanquare. DIRECTORY. COUNTY D1KKUTOHY, GIUUUITCOUHT. lion. Lucius l. Utile, Ju...

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 November 1883

THE HERALD.' JOHN P.IiAHIlKTT, Kditok WEDNESDAY, NOV.'JI, 1SS3. Protection Doesn't Protect. When In a caucun they imrec The Hpenki:r to elect, Bum llniiiltillV friends will romc to.pc Proti'Ctloii don't protect. Jinnlorf iW TllKKK will Ikj tt Uem eratlc of 70 In the next Congrev. . i -i - TUB i:Ity of Xatliville Tenti.. la to have a permanent Exposition alter tills, and will arrange for a capital of $31)11 for the purpose. AtPkosPKct I'akk.X. YM1iifct Friday Keeuuii'a geldlug Fran k,t rotted a mile In 2: 08J which Is the fastest time on record. A NRniw child, leltby Its parents alone In the house at llussellvllle, amused Itself by play lug l the lire until its clothing caught lire.and it was burned to death. Thk World's Industrial and Cottou Centennial Exposition to Ik? held at New Orleans will be opened the llrsl Monday in December, 1SS4 and continue to May 31st, l&So, o...n nn.ru urn linlllt 11 ft1 Deal of the law against carrying concealed diadly weapons. We trust that tl eir...

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 November 1883

(, I Mi - W A GREAT CHANCE FOR ALL! llargains which never can he replenished again only for the next lO clays. Call early, as these goods will soon he gone on account of being such good and cheap goods. Plaids, worth double the money, Calico, good, Ginghams, good Indigo Blue Calico, only the best, Children's Suit, only the best All wool Hose, worth 50 cents for Bedtieking, worth 22k cents for Table Cloth, Napkins, Jersey Collars, all linen, Dress Goods, Blankets, best quality, Gossamers, worth $1.50 Ladies' Cloaks worth $2.75 for 1.50 Ladies' Cloaks worth $3.75 for 2.20 Jeans, - 14cts a yd All wool Jeans, - 37 cts Whole stock heavy Shoes, - - 75 cents a pair Boots that are cheaper than can be bought at wholesale. All wool hand-made Socks 25 cts up Canton Flannel - 9cts a yd Shawls, Nubias, Hoods, Underwear, Corsets, fine Cashmeres, Velvets, Satins, Silks, Ribbon Ornaments, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Buttons, Jersey Jackets,Bleach'd and Brown Sheeting at very low prices, Overcoats...

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 November 1883

Sandwiches CrUHt Coflfce. VIivhI bread browned thoroughly and lowly. INmr boiling water on, and let It stand ten or Uf ten minuter. No matter how J id"d tlie eoiistltu (Inn may be from ilivaseor excels, Ihe Great German I ivlgnrtitor restores It priuanentlv. Sen iidvertNement. Fori nale by Thonian A Klmbley. -IB 3m Iceil CI ocolate four ounces of grated chocolate over a nlow tire wit h two tablenpooiifufe of water. When dlnsnhvd remove from the tire, add ci in fill of warm watr. mix with cold yrup, freeze and serve. Those unhappy peraons who sultir from nervousness ami dyspepsia should use Carters Little Nerve Pills, which are made expressly for sleepless, dyspeptic sutl'erers. -10 -It Graham Bread. Oue pint milk, oue cup sugar, oue teasjoouful soda, two tcaspoouful cream tartar, enough Hour to make aa stlhTas cake. Have the tin hot ami bake immediately. The restoration to health of our child wo considered uncertain. When two weeks old she caught cold. For 18 months was not able to ...

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 November 1883

I A 1 A SUBSCRIPTION KATKS. A.U -: III' l S J N.O U Al h Oue copy, one year.. , - fl 60 THE HARTFORD HERAJ J). 3 K 45" Ouo copy, nix month 75 7T One copy, foul moiitliH ... fiO No deduction frm n tlti'M rate under imy One I li) 1 ftif Sfto'f &IMf 7 Wi Two I JflO I on 7 f4fc 111 Hi mi ulrcuuutiuice. Tluec., 3.10 AIM ludU IA i IS r Ah wo are compelled by law to pay poatnKO "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS Of ALL NATIONS LUMliEMNQ AT MY HACK." WCol... Pour.... i w liUO' 6 Ml 7 Slril 50 11 12 (o 0(1 11 KMj MX) isj an u c III udVIUICP Oil 1UIIH.TH M'llt (lUtHldu Of Olllo XCnl.., (i no kciI 12 ;k in (mi .huiim 'if it ICol... 10 00, 15 ou vuijol rioo &oui forced tnri'iilru on County, wo are payment HiibscrlptlutiH hi advance. huslmwt intuit bo nddrettMMl HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, 1883. NO. 48. All lettem on VOL. 9. NOVEMBER 28, Fonnhorter time, at proportionate rAtc, to JOHN I. IIAUKKIT, I'ubllHher. Onolncliol spacecoiiKtltutesasqiinr, DIRECTORY, count v niKKcrrouY, CSUUIII...

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 November 1883

THE II ERALD. IOHN IMIAUHKTT, KllITOK WEDNESDAY, NOWJS, lhS3. Juihik H. S. .Moski.kV ha Ikvii for Mime tlim past, and will continue until further iinthv, to help edit ami publish (lit Hkk.W.P. His friends and UMjtiuIlilumo an rejlleted to call on liini. HV Tohl Yon So. StiudayV contains a lengthy telegram from Frankfort, tin Capitol of thin State, (ami which can l.c foil in I In another column) In regard to the duplicated ami oft-repealed and crookedness of one Tom Heniy, the famous and Infamous party, at this time occupying ami intending to llll and execute the re 4Hmnille dutle as Clerk as the Court of Appeals of this State. This mail Tom lleniy was nominated In a Democrat-Ic convention ami elected hy the Democratic parly In ISSlMo till olllce, one of the most and lucrative In thin State, ami within the gift of the Hople. Therefore, It seems from the teh gram referred to, that he has heen on a drunken debauch, coup Its I with sundry other Immoral acts and deeds for never al weeks ...

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