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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 28 November 1883

X I 4 r a M 'A THE HEKALP. WEDNESDAY, NOV. i!H, 18811. OUR AGENTS. Tho following tersens are authorized to receive suliserlptlous ami renewals, advertising hi Iho IIkkaU), ohKth for job work, (.'to., etc.: WiMj CMii:icf Cromwell. Kduah Itu.KV, Llvermorc. , David Houkils, Hufonl. Jno. T. Smith, Jr., Fordsville. H. P. liKNNKrr.Cerulvo. I)u. G. It. Haniikks, Ceuterlowii. Wii.ijk May, Ilayncsvlllo. J. B. Hockkk, Huttun. T. C. Fmiyii, Whltesvllhs V. It. IlAlNtf, Itnslue. Hon. H. 1. Hocici:it, Beaver Dam. W. A. UllisoN, Caiioyviile. Mils. Xannik W. Junks, Hortou. Mniiyn man whotecurrlnuo rolls, lit tplumlor piutt jminloor, Owi'i nil lift Iims to till ono fact HradVftlUtil hUMore, PERSONALS. MIvm Kinmii Phillips, of Whllesville, I- vMtlug Mint Mtmie IIuneU. We had tilts pleasure of a visit tin1 nthtrday from our highly esteemed H. Bairett. Mw. Lucy KIiImi if Eliibethtowu, sent several days tho past week with Mr. .. Wayne WrilHu. Dr. J. F. Llghtfoot, if Fordsville, one of the prominent phys...

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 November 1883

Sandwiches Ix'ftrn ditty from Hod. Tho HlbU I wife. Phlltwopliy is MlmJ. Spawtr, i$. IX O , writes I tried some He I Hore Powder for Chicken Cholera l.ttd full : ml foiiutl It immI, Stinieof my heiKhlxirM nre nl.o uglugit toudvunlngt. It never full. Repentance l limit nniiiiilmeiit N Iklo ciititluunl pumping hi a nhlpvlth utilMopptliK Hie leak. All kiutN of Wood ami Skin Diseae.t cured with Wilder aurwiparlllla and 1'ntnnli. Hunet, heaitylaU)r U onu of (he great Miiircea of happliHM.', ami U aNo one of the unrest Kuarnutet of lift. No matter how Jailed the constitution may he fromdlvuMjor excen( Ihe Urctit Uerumii Invlorator retore It lermauently. Sec ailvertNement. For wle hy Thomas tV Klmhley. -JO-Bui Ia'I us with caution indulge the sup portion that morality can be main tallied without religion. Wathtnyton, Mr. Lewis A. Hollliigstrorth, 1,231 W. Walnut street, Louisville, Ky.,ayi: "iirowu'n Iron Bitters relieved me ol nervousness." The mind Is debased by the wlety of the low, It ...

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. — 5 December 1883

- l x il H HATKS. ,.D ICrt'l'lSirCG (Jiiq copy, one year..... . tt 50 I THE HARTFORD HERALD. O.ie copy, mU montliH .. 75 5 One copy, foul iiimithH 50 5 - No tletluctlon from thene rut ex uiuler any One J 1 M fluff afti'f ,',(m 7 Sn.f lu.J clrcutiutKiiceH. Two -.. 1 73 X Trij, 4 Mil 7 So 10 Mil 15 Three....' 2 wi .1 .7) ilK)' llUxl l.Mm lb An we tire compelled by law to puy pontage "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OB ALL NATIONS LUMJiEJUNO AT MY BACK." KLVil Four . I 3 lou w HIM 5 KM) 7 hi isw II Ml iaoo 0liO . In ndvnnco Kent outnlde of Ohio on pa pert 12 jo In oo :n)w ' County, wo art forced to require payment on f Col ! low 15 00 20 00 .15 00 M00 iiitKtcrlpUom In advance. tt All letter! on biinliifHti muit be addrcHNnd VOL. 9. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 5, 1883. NO. 49. Forathorter tlme,nt proportionate rates, JOHN IMIAKUKTT, Publisher. OnelnholspacecouKtltutcsnsquare. DIRECTORY. COUNTY MKKCTOHY, CIKCUITCUUHT. Hon. LucIuhI. Utile, JudKe.OweiiHboro. lion. JiMeali No...

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. — 5 December 1883

THE HERALD. JOHN IMJAHUF.TT, Km tor WEDNESDAY, DE(ft,1SS. "In the initial of life we are In death." Never was the above more fully experienced than with tin last Saturday night. Judge K 8. Motley hud lor wtm few weekn past been nutating us to edit and publish the Hkkam( and was expecting to become iKTiuanently connected with Hon the Incoming of Hie new year. HI health eeimed to le good. ' He waa enabled to work nearly or quite all the time, and left the oillce last Saturday afternoon, after a busy day's work, and seemed even more cheerful than usual. By luvitutlou we took sup per with him that evening; he presided at the table, waited upon his guests and partook of a hearty meal and seemed himself hi every particular. After an hour or so spent in pleasant conversation, we left, aud ere another had llowu onthewlugs of time we heard the Bad wail of anguish sent up from beloved hearts rained by hN death, which was caused by Anyhm J IXctortM. Judge Mawjley was well known In the county, ...

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. — 5 December 1883

n A ? THE HERALD.. WEDNESDAY JWU fi 1883. OUR AGENTS. The following persons are authorized to receive subHcrlptlons and renewals, advertising In Hie Hkkami, orders for I oh work, etc., etc.: Will Coopkii, Cromwell. KiuiAit Itit.KY, Mvcrmore. David Koukks, Iluford. Jno. T. Smith, Jr., Fordsville. S. P. ISKNNKTT.Ccnilvn. l)H. f. H. Handkiw, Ceutertowii. Wim.ik May, Haynesvllie. J. H. HOL'KKIt, Sutton. T. C. FuYi, WliltvHvlllu. V. It. Hains, Hojdne. llo.v. It. P. Hockkic, Beaver Dam. W. A. Uinso.v. Caneyvllle. Mi. Xannik V. JoNKri, Horton. PERSONALS. Mr. George Heyner, of IjouNvillc.wa In town Monday uud Tuesday. Mist Lewis of Vine drove, Is v Is ltlug lur sister Mrs. J. H. Welter. Dr. II. F. Mitchell, or the FonNvllle world, was In town this week. Mr. Willie Halt, of Missouri, Is IiIh ttNter Mm. J turn A. ThomtiM of this place. C. W. McCune, of Lyuchburgh, Va., was In town this week, the guest ol Mr. VtuiKht. Mr. J aim Martin wife mid daugh ter, Miss Ella, left Monday for their home h...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 5 December 1883

ndwfehee Don't nay "ih" when y mean " ye?." Does death end all? Weil, no: hut Wilder' Stomach Hitters ends all Indigestion Qmum)tion and IlllUou nets. lie Just, and feir not. Don't Mluike whli chills or hum with fever. Wilder' Chill T.inlo U the hikh cure. There U no art to And the mind's tNinitruellori In the face. Kill woi iim lo children with Wilder' Mothers Worm Syrup. A boy baby never cornea a tuta In a well regulated Iimwelioui. .vrrtei Recorder. Send your addreHs aud 3 cent stamp to A. V. Paine, Louisville, Ky., for bet of beautiful picture cards. Messed are the peacemakers, on earth. Shakctpcar All kinds ofBlood and Skin Diaeaes cured with Wilder's toarsaparilllu and Potash. Be plain, Kood sou, and homely In thy iUH.&hakcpcar. No matter how jaded the constitution may be from disease or excess, Ihe Ureal Uermau Iuvigorator restores It permanently. See advertisement. For a!e by Thomas it Klmhley. 4.3iu He that Is choice of his time will nho he choice of his company, aud 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. — 12 December 1883

1 t ir t F i KATKS. AU WJll'lrtlNO Ono copy, "0 year....- ft 50 THE HARTFORD HERALD. One copy, nix month 75 One copy, luu i nioiitliH 'A) j. No deduction from these rat en under any One S I () 1 ,'iO'S 2 Go' 5 CO 7 60 f 10 Two.......... 1 73, i i)j 4 W) 7 50 10 t is ittrcuiiistanccs. Three 2'ifl 50 fl0(j 10 U), 13 00 18 Ah we are compelled by law to pay pohtao " COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS Of ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." KCo! Four . 3 I 00 00 6 6 00 00 8 7 ft) 00 VI 1 1 00 ( 10 10 00 00 ifi SO In advance on impel ciit ouUldo of Ohio UtJol 0 00 8 00 12 00 18 00,30 00 30 County, woaro forced to require puymciit on 1 Col........ 10 00 15 00 20 00 35 00 60 00 WHO Hticrlptl"tiHlii advance. Alt let tern on must he addrchKed VOL. 9. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 12, 1883. NO. 50. For n Vtorter time, at proportionate rates. to JOHN IMIAHHKTr, Publlidier. On cinch of ipacecoiintltutcsosquare. DIRECTORY. COUNTY MHKCTOItY, UIUOUITCOUXIT. tlou.t.uclunl. hlltte, Judc,Owoiibo...

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. — 12 December 1883

THE UK R ALT). IUII.N IMlMlllITT, Km to it WKDN'KSDW, m:c ia, in JOHN GRIFFIN CARLISLE Hon. John ('. CarlMe, rcprtxeiitliu, the Gth iltorlet of Kentucky In the pre Cngrts N now forty eight year of which lie ' nf age, seven yean wrvel In Coiigii with Increased eaeo teim. Soon after entering iiponhisllr.nterininlbToMt was hy Hit older member of the Hoi.tlm; Mr. VatVU wn defined to In-come ii central figure In national politic, and time Ins vorllleil the of their prophecy by hi" elevation to tin speakership of the liotly in w lileli he has m brilliantly figured. The content from which Mr. CariUle Inn Miccevfu1ly emerged Is a victory that bring-, him IntoformMihlu prominence in an excellent probability on the ticket of 1SS4. Within an hour after hit by the caucus fur the upeakersldp there were not a few emphatic In their opln Ion that the present honor was only u step to the I'ieideiicy of the Senate In IS. In other word-, It is claimed tlmi Carli-le will be the Democratic nominee for i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 12 December 1883

A m h X fv JV xn THE HERALD. WEDN&SPAY, I)KC. 12, 188:1. OUR AGENTS. Tho following are authorized to receive subscriptions uud renewals, advertising In tho Hkuam), order for ll) work, etc., etc.: Wild t'ooi'Kit, Cromwell. Eikiak Hii.kv, Idveruiorc. David Koukkh, lluford. Jno. T. Smith, Jr., FonUvJIIe. H. P. HKNNKTT.Cerulvo. I)lt. (J. It. HANDKItM, Cl'llterloWU. Wii.mk May, Haynesvllic. J. 15. IIockkii, Button. T. C. Kwiyii, Whltesvllle, V, B. ItAlNH, UoMne. Hon. It. 1. IIoc'KKit, I leaver Dam. W. A. Uiiihon, Cuneyvllle. Mas. Nannik V. Junks. Hortou. PERSONALS. Mm. W. C. U on ii visit to Inr parent at Moilgenvllle, Ky. Mr. Andrew HihUIII, of I vNtlug relative In town this week. I)r J II. Taylor and wile, of Owen. horo, vldted Mm. Mneley hut week. Judge Utile returned yesterday ev imiIiik til reports his child much Improved Mr. Joe Claggett, of Oraywm county, uilil thu J D: it A I.I oil lee a visit last Thurduy. Judge Tho. C. Caron uiul Win. Wuntl, of Morgautown, were In town tli ...

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. — 12 December 1883

Discreet wivt ImveHotnetliueM neltli er eye nor fare. PJuke'sToothnHiu I)rn)wcure In out iiilmite. o0 2t Uratlttido prcwrvtH old friendship' and procures new HIU'Hllttlr and WhWiern Dye, GO cents. AO t He thai falls to-day may be up again tomorrow. Tlie liebh Hpeedlly when Mrw are cleansed witu Uluiiti'tt Sulphur Soap. oOt Xttver M tea boll. Kill worms iu children with Mothers Worm Syrup. They laugh that win. Don't Miake with chills or burn with fever. WiWer's Chill Touio U the surf cure. A true frieud nhuuld be esteemed as our nutrient treasure. Does death eud all ? Well, no: but WJlder'u Stomach Jiitlers ends all Indigestion Consumption and Million not. A good eaue mahes a btout heart and a strong arm. Seud your address and l cent Mamp to A. V. Paine, Louisville, Ky., for htt of beautiful picture cards. Ahaudfulorhuy In a panful ofwa ter neutralizes the Hindi of paint. All kiudsofillood and Skin Diseaes ctiretl with Wiider's barsaparillia and 1'otafh. Industry and wisdom are the 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. — 19 December 1883

) II Nrmtr IU14UUIPTION HATHS. I AU . IflllTtHING KAUKI Jf Ft J t t)n9tfolyi'nAyurZ ..$150 u THE HARTFORD HERALD. Due copy, nix month.......... .... 75 - One copy, fotu month . 60 No deduction from tlieae ittfH under I any One, .... I I M f 1 .VI t 2 TA I 5 (1) t 7 Cti t to t if Clrcainatauccs. ' I TVo. .... l TV i a t on1 ; :i in mi ia i ! Three ' 2 W, 350 m, lout 15 w. is . As vro are compelled by law to pay pnMnKO "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS Of ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." Four ., Wl 6(0' 7 50 12 0)1 U.w 'J; A In ml Vance m pa pert w?nt nutMde of Ohio Col t 4 00 H0U, MOO 14 l 0 Ml1 :l.r KCol, . .. flOO MOO' 00 18 12 OU ()) U U County, woaro forced to reijulre payment on 1 Col 1U 00j 15 00. 20 00 35 00 1 50 00 W. -A HiibMcrlptloiiK In advance. All letter on iMislnetwinuat he nddrcKHed VOL. 0. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, NO. 51. 1883. to DECEMBER If), For a shorter time, at proportionate rate . JOHN P.nUtKETT, rubllHhcr. One inch of spaceconRtltutenasquare. DIREOTO...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 19 December 1883

THE HERALD. JOHNP.iIAUURTT, Editor WEDNESDAY, DEC.lt, bi3 SENATORJNTHONY, or lllifHlIlRiHl. Hie lrbnllr til Mrnnlor EcIhhiihUh lreilriil ol llir Srnnlr. Upon the accession ot VieeP resident Arthur to the Presidency in .September, lSSl,tlie Senate at I(h next iedoii elected as Its President pro lempori David DavN ol Illinois, vhoe term of otllce as Senator expired on the 3d ol March, IShlt. Just before the expira tion of Ids term Mr. Davis resigned the Presidency of the Senate, and Ueo. F. Edmunds, Senator from Vermont, was elected as his successor, Mr. Edmunds' Senatorial term not expiring until IS-87. -This procedure wus neeeessary In order that the Presidency of the Senate should not be vacant during the Interim between the Forty-seventh and Forty-eighth Congresses. Had Mr. Davis not reslgued, the expiration of his senatorial term would have left the country without u legal successor to President Arthur in case the latter had died before the Senate of the Forty eighth Congress hai...

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. — 19 December 1883

i: I ! iw A y I ' j MHBB HHMA M a In no month of (he past has there been so many failures in America as during the month of November, Bazaar, taking; advantage of the Bankrupt Bales in Cincinnati last week, is now prepared to offer Bargains goods such as have never been offered before These goods were purchased expressly for the Holiday boom to come off at the Bazaar commencing continuing until the close of the year. Among the features of the Boom will be From which many articles will be sold at half the usual price. A large and handsome stock of Best Boll Plate and Solid Gold Jewelry to be sold atprices within the reach of all, will be opened to-morrow, and all persons purchasing Jewelry between this and the first of January will receive ten per cent, of their money back, a Five Dollar Bing only costing $4.50, &c, &c. It is impossible to mention one hundreth part of the bargains that will be offered, the most astonishing of which will be the prices at which Cloaks will be s...

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. — 19 December 1883

SANDWICHES. ' W..t.in.i tj t .t.tiliifj liiltirnoii mint t ! n KMimv ii jknuvii hit-" . i .huUtie mikcis I have Iwpii vitv munli tifMipflttttl hv n M cent Wtleo( Ely's Cream llnlm'. When I hecnn trdng It my oatnrrh whs ho bud I hud heaiUcliy the whole time and (ll8olHrtMi a large iimoutit of lllthy matter. That Iih. almost euthely disappeared and I have not hat) headache (dune, to amount to any thing 1 'least ud iuh two more tallies John H, Hummkus, Stepney, Conn. 50 2t . One mint Ik a woman to know how 'to revenge. HhikeVrontluti'he Drnpm'iire hi one minute. od -I Iflt were not fr hope the heait would hreak, HIIIViHiilr and Whisker Dye, fill cent. ri0 2t It Is seldom we leallelu projHirthin to our anticipations. The IU'nIi Hpewllly reunites when tores are cleansed wltn (Menu' .Sulphur Soup. oOit Knvy lurks at tio bottom of the Iiin man heart like a viper hi llw hole. Kill woimsla children with WII tier's Multiem Worm SSyrup. Kducatlon may not prevent crime, hut ll is a crime to pre...

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 January 1884

V 1 UBSORIPTION UATI2S. A.DVTfln.a'ISING nATUK Ono copy, one yenr...... ........ - .....11 50 ) THE HARTFORD HERALD. Due copy, nix month 75 One copy, (out month 60 No deduction from these rate under any CI10 .1 ..... I 1 00 t 1 co 1250 I fi 00 I 7 60 not TWO . 1 75 JO) 400 7 CO 10 00 13 circumstances. Three- 2 m 3 &0 6 00 1(1 00 lfi 00 18'l As we are compelled by law to pay poRtAgo "I COME, THE HERALD .OF A NOISY WOELll, THE NEWS Of ALL NATIONS LUMllEltlNa AT MY HACK." KCil.. Four......... 300 4 00 503 0 00 7M B00 12 14 00 00 20 16 00 00 no 20 j In advance on papers sent ouUlde or Ohio XUoU 6 00 X 00 12 00 IK 00 .10 00 sua County, we nre forced to require payment on fCol........ 10 00 1500 20 00 33 00 60 00 K tubacrlptlmiHtn advance. All letter on buMneM must ho addreMiHt VOL. 10. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 2, 1884. NO. 1. For Aihorter time, at proportionate rater to JOHN I'. UAKUKTT, Publisher. OiielnohoInpneecoiiHtltuteaAHaare ) DIEEOTOKY COUNTY DIKKOTOKY, CIRCUIT COUltT. ilo...

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 January 1884

THE HERALD. J0HNIM1AHHKTT, Editor WEDNKdDAY, JAN. 12, I8H4 What have yon dono during Christ mtu to le rememlxred ? Tlie minister flava: 1 Imveaime! to olnt the slninr to the lovo and beuntleH of a cruo fled Jtedeemer, who can wah nwuy nil tdn from the polluted soul. We, say parents, have endeavored to tnako It happy ami teeny for our children, and we, echo the teacher?, have made earnest efforts to leave upon our scholars pleasant Impressions; and we, sny hnsbandH, have contributed our flhare to alleviate the puln, remove the norrow and light up the path way of our ever dutiful wives; and we, say neighbors, have Justly dealt with each other; and we, say merchants and grocery-men, have given value received to our customers, both In price mid (all at least ought to Imj able to nay this truthfully). The charitable tnuh'n acts, evidenced by lib kind remembrance of the poor show what he has done. All of us have done what we could to amellorute the condition and happlfy the lives of 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. — 2 January 1884

THE HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2, 1881. OUR AGENTS. The following persona uro authorized to recelvo sulmcrlptlotiH and renewals, advertising In the Hkkam), orders for jou worn, etc., tic. I Wim.Coopkk, Cromwell. Kikiak HiitKY, Llvermorc. Da vi!) Houkuh, Jhifonl. Jno. T. Hmith, Jr., Fonlivllle. 8 UKNNKiT.CVralvo. On. 0. It. Handkhs, Ocntorlown. - WhxikMay, Ilnynnivllle. J. II, Hocickk, button. T. 0. Km)VI, Whltmvllkv V, it, ItAINH, ItOHltlU. Hon. it. P. Houkkr, Heaver Dam., V. A. UiiisoN, Caneyvllle. Miw. Nannik W. Jon im, Horton, PERSONALS Miss Nellie Davis vMted friend at Mc Henry, Hut unlay ami Huuduy, . Thanks to Mm. I). payment 9 'orulcrlptloti to 6th week In IH8I, MWs Mainlo Moorman, of Hig Spring, Ih visiting tho family of J. II. Weller, K. Miss Alherta Murray u;id brother James, were the guest of the Kdftoroue day last wwk.f The haudsuiuo and popular young merchant, W AMtttmun, of Caneyvllle, In In town this week. Virgil Kulkerwm, K. of Equality, was hi town during the holiday a...

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 January 1884

SANDWICHES. Welcome ever amtles, niul faro we II got out sighing. Prompt relief hi wick headache, nausea, constipation, imm tn the nlde, etc., guaruuteed tu those uslug Carter Mule Liver PiIIh. One II1 u dode. ilo centH. 60-4 1 Children are certain cures, but uncertain comforts. A young man Is made better by n aider's love nnd Fever ami Ague are cured by WJIder's Chill mulatto and periodical disorders. He that can read ami meditate need not think the evening long, nor tedious. No matter how Jaded the constitution may be from disease or excess, I lie Great German Iuvlgorator restores It permanently. 8ee advertisement. For sale by Thomas & Klmblcy. 40 .tin Cheerful assistance provides happy rest for the invalid. All kinds of Blood and Skin Dlseaes cured with WJIder's tonrsaparlllJa and Potash. Does death end all? Well, no: but Wilder' Stomach Bitters ends all Indigestion Consumption and He benefits himself that doeth good to others Kill worms in children with Wilder Mothers Worm 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. — 9 January 1884

- t v UIHOUIPTION HATES. rr " !' "i" ' '"'? 'T' 'n i 0b copy, on year... .-....-. ...... HM Out copy, Hi e months 7S One copy, foui months - No deduction from these rates underbuy 'elrouiuitauccs. At we are compelled by law to pay pontage In advance ou paper tent nuUlde of Ohio Count, we are forced to require paymenton subscriptions In advance All letter on business roust be addressed to JOIINP.HAUHETT, Publisher, .DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY, CIIIUU1TCOUHT. lion. Lueliii l. tittle, Ju,,etf w'"lM)ro' llmis Joseph Noe, Attorney. Calhoun. u.J. Heaii. Jailer, HarlfWil. UUreiice ifurdwlck, Clerk, Hartford. J i lurrelt. Matter CoinmUstoutjr.lIartrord. U. L ! finllii. Hnerlrr. Hartford, arlon Yates, lluford Hum hcown, Kordsvlllet J. H. Kliiimcl.Oeralyu. Court rourtlt Monday in May and Sovember. and coulluue four week ea.li ,erUI CUUNTVCOUHT O. Judge. Hartford. T, J. Hiultli, Cleric, Hartford. . II. KlitMlvliHi, AUorney. Hartfun I. Court Ueglus ou the llrat Monday lu every mouth. UUAHTKHLV...

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 January 1884

THE HERALD ' H.C. Chaw fori, merchant t' ONKof STejvIft of a protective Millwood, Uraysou county, haa made tan!! U llie h ml-of oillcl iIa It kvepiou JUHNP.BAltHRTT, Editor WEDNESDAY, JAN. H, 1884 ffjlL 5?U y& ft HON. WM. R. MORRISON. rimlrmnn WnjrnauU Mftn4ninmllle Au4 Much Npoktn or mm prnlUnllICHndhlMr for 1MI, The subject of portrait ai.d sketch this week places before our reader the likeness aud life f William R who wChairmau of the Ways and Means Committee, will llgure more conspicuously in the policy of the resent Congress on the tariff and rev enue questions than any other member of that body. Mr, Morrison was Mr. Carllee' manager during the late Speakership contest, and has been recognized by his successful protege, as had been pre dlctedjincase of the latter's elevatou to the Speakership. Win, It. MorrJsou, of Waterloo, 111., was born lu Monroe County.that State, September 14, 1825,aud consequently is lu his 59th year. H e was educated In the common schools, and gradua...

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