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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 9 January 1884

i i 1 JH 1 V" r P' J- s V V THE HERALD WBDNEHDAY.JAN.I), 1884. OUR AGENTS. The following pernou aro nutlinrJzcMl to receive Htilwcriptloim am! renewals, advertising la tho'IfKitAMi, orders for ob work, eto.i etc.: WiUiCooi'Kit, Cromwell, Kimiak Kilkv, Llvermore. Davii Kookkm, Buford. Jno. T. Smith, Jr., Fordsvllle. 8. 1'. JSKNNKTT, Cerulvn. Dk. O. It. Hanukkh, Centertowii. Wilme May, Huynesvllle. J. 11. IIockkh, Button. T. C. Floyd. WliliMvlIle. V. B. Uainh, ItoHlue. Hon. II. 1. Hocickk, Beaver Dam. W. A. Uiiwon, Caneyvllle. Mils. Nannik W. Jonks, Horton. PERSONALS Mr. Cicero of WhlUMvllle vicinity, Ih In town tills week. . .Walker M. Stevens was In town Monday buying mule Ho picked up four of tlie long eared "critters". Col. (i. C. Shanks nml wlfo bnve movetl to town tun I are living with their son-in-law, Mr. K. C. Hubbard. Mrn. J. I m Hill, who ho been Hick forsoveral weeks pant, la still confined to her room, but Is thought to be hn. proving. Mr. (lodman H. Dean and wife, of Mub...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 9 January 1884

SANDWICHES. No iu tin cau lu with Impunity. WliereveromiMimptlon prevails there Wilder'! Wild Cherry U needed It never falls tu cure. Strong lye cWih tainted ork bar-rein. Prompt relleflii nick headache, JIzzI nww, nausea, constipation, pain In the aide, etc., lo tunne lining Carter's Little Liver i'lllu. One pill a dooe. 25 cents. 6Mt MoHt women curse mix before eiubrao lug pwiUence. A young mau la madu letter by a ulster' love und Kever and Aifuu uiu cured by Wilder' Willi malaria and periodical disorder. Tavern bills are often the uaduesno parting. &haketpear. No matter how Jaded the may be'fromdlHaseor excew, Ihe Great Uerman Iuvlgorator restores It permanently. See advertisement. Kor ale by Thomas A Klmbley. -10 3m Good faith la a aeldoin guest; when you have hlni hold him fast. All klndpf Blood and Skin Diseaes cured with' Wilder1 feitrsAparlllla and Putatdi. tiprlnkle sassafras birk umotig dried fruit to keep out worms. Does death end all? Will, no: bul Wilder's Stomach 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. — 16 January 1884

h Ju ?. E! MutulAiiau MartU, MltV '. - - JouuC.Uoyle, Marshal. ... j hi uiatti. f iiiiifM.riiurtB Dnl rftu"Sy Tu April, July and October. 8. 1. Taylor, Marshal.' CroiuWill.. W. lillstrap, Judge, Meond rjaturdyiu January. April, July and Octo. ber. wtT.niiord MarahaJ. Tlu.ley, Judge, wooud Aprfl. July mod October. VaeauVMarenal. W. Lankford, lu4a .!" held tuird HAinrday lu January, April, July aud October. 1. M. Urowu, Manual. ItwauirtVl. C. Jouea, Judge, vacant MhAuTcuurt held flret tiiurdye m January, April, July and OcUiber. ttoiuo. o. Mornju, Judge, Ja. W. ray LeldflretlUturday In Jamury, AprU, July and October. ) JUHTIOKtt COURTH. rOUMVULS. Deo.fl m in ' ociroT. 1L UaaeaVi, MW.UJUMJJ Kept. J Dto.ij W. M. iutrr.Mar.U June 18 Ht. II Df J rt " JwetHamllloD, IS M. I.. li&wttS HeuUW Dec.aj JnolMorton 17 " l l CONrtTAULKH. ftoMsvinV - i. "W. I'ayne, l'oel office edJrwn, KordiVllle. Uarttoro John Km Ilean, Poet-office Uartford.Ky. M.Maddoi. .,., ItoctQel. W.Tabcr. Bulphur .Leach. P...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 16 January 1884

THE HERALD. JOHNIMIAIIHKTT, till Kpitor WJSDKKSDAY, JAN. It), 18H4 Tiir Democrat lo mucin for l 8, tierialor Monday night was lively, tlio ffthlmllot was reached without a ThoOih ballot Mood a follow : Wllllama, 54; IMnckbiiru, 45; Sweeney, 23, No uomlnatlou up to this writing Davids County,, Is Shell (U without a Mit. O. II 1'iki: has sold hU Interest In the Muliteiiberg llrho to J. J. JNgou. U.T. Cakkv wai licensed to practice, law at the recent term of the McLean I Circuit Court, V. H. Kr.AND's hotel and busluess house In Sacramehto was burned '.on the 6th usH Lois $.1,000; no' Insiir 2 - Mks. Pjiocion Mohcian, dleil at her home In Morganttiwu, on the 6th lust. Mr. Morgan's son,"pJuhn Morgan, died a few i lonths ago In Illinois. H. C. CocKMiHUh will begin the pub Ilcatlon of a newspaper at Lebanon Junction, Ky., February 1st, to le known as the L?lyiuon Junction 4 & m. NOV w W 0r$ TjioMASliAaonHlhcHnrleof the ,cioflrni. It had been aunouiicetl that Mr. IUgon would start a pap...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 16 January 1884

iV THE.HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10, 1884, OUR AGENTS. 'I he following pontons are authorized to receive subscriptions and renewals. nlvertNntf Itnhe Hkkau, orders ftr jou eio., etc.: WillL'ooI'Ick, Cromwell. Kiuiah IUlkv, LI verm ore. David IIoohks, Dufonl. J.ho. T. Smith, Jr., Kordivllle. H. 1. JIknnktt, Ceralvo. Dr. Q, IU Ban disks, Centortown. Wii.uk May, Hayncsvllle. J. IS. Houkkh, Button. T. O. Floyd, Whltesvllle. V. 11. It A INS, IloHtllti. Hon. It, l Hock k ii, Heaver Dam. YyiA,.UiftsoN, Caneyvllle, PERSONALS. Mlia Nannie Alexander, of South CYrmlltou, la visiting MIm Alice Jar Ikju of this place.; W. T.Putteraon, who ha been ah. aeut In Texas for along while, Is hack on a via It and called onus Monday Ho U looking well and seems to like Texas. Joseph N. Harlan, of Danville, u former student of Hartford College, who has been visiting hit schoolmates here for several weeks, returned home yesterday Mr. J. A. Taylor, of Heaver Dam vicinity, who returned from Texas re wently, call...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 16 January 1884

SANDWICHES. TlienclentlHuftiuly of Nature lemls not only to correct and tumble the In t telleoiuat' rflunvpilnnb'of man, lull It serve al' lo 'ameliorate hl blivMcal condition.. . S- i;t1ne tjlnls'nmke linn frallier," and WIIJcr'H H.irsdpu'rlll.vyiul Tntnli make the blood jvnre ami lipnltliy. There are momenta wlrn the ule nut) modest star, kindled by God lu nImpto heart, wulch men call conscience,' Illumine our path with truer light limn thu lUnilnft cornet of geuttis on II magnificent course. All diseases resulting from eelfuhufe a nervous debility, mental anxiety 'depression of KpIrltSf and fuuetlonul of thu nervoui system, pnred by German Iuvlgorutor. See advertisement.' For sale, by Thomas tc Klnibley. JW?m The pres should not ln the advocate of men hut of merit and principle. A gowj Journal .It the cultivator of the public and lint a tool for thu schemer. Ub West but don't yo a buttle of WJiilvr's crhlllToiilPi guir auteeil cure for eh Ilia- and fever. Fatal "You Jiwt take a 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. — 23 January 1884

1 iJlMOItriTlON 11ATKS, I AOViCIlTlHJNG Ono copy, nue year...... H 91 60 THE rt 2 I 5 HARTFORD HERALD. Uii9Cuty,Hx months I 75 1 a o One copy, ff ut iiiimtlii. . i... . M ff s - No deduction from thf tnles under tiny One ,1 HW 1 I GO 2 ' A(,f7tt. I olrrntiutatices, U i Tv ,. Ibi 4 on 7 50 10 Oft Three....... I 2&J a 60 5 0) io id ut no As we are compelled by lnw to pay postage "ICOME, TllEJIEltALi) OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS Of ALL NATIONS LUMISEJUNO AT MY UAChV Kmir . Auo 7 ft) h m io 111 advance nti paper eut nntsldn of Ohio 'Col 400 800 HOT 20 00 f ! WCol tiOO 12 00 IK 00 30 00 County, we are forced loieqitlra payment on I Col.. lOUO 15 00 20 00, SA 00 60,00 Ntibvrlptloimln advance, to All letters on binlne mind be nddrcmitpd vox,. io. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 23, 1884. NO. 4 i?or a shorter time, At proportionate JOHN IMIHKK1T, l'lihlUticr. Onelnchof spncecountltutesasriUArr. DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIHKCTOKY, ClIll'UITCOUUT. II. id . l.uclus I Idttlo, Jiidgi'.owoiiM.nro, lion. ...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 23 January 1884

9 i ILMJMI1I !! THE HERALD. JOHN 1MIAUUCTT, KntTOK WEDNKSOAY, JAN, 23, S8J CoNditKss lias appropriated one mill Ion dollar to Improve the MliMppI river. . . -- - V."1. 1UY, of nimst'llvlltp, Iran heen appointed Deputy Collector of Inleniiil It even up. Ukkhn Adams, of Kentucky died of heart dNease In PJillailelpbla lust Krlilay. - Thr steamship City of Columbus ran ashore on Devil's Bridge, near (lay Head, Mil., on the 1 8th, iiml .was iMiintilcMv wrecked. ID) out of 1SW pawengers on hoard were IM. Tub leading Democrats of ait) at work In earnest to secure life, holding of tho coining Democratic National Convention there. WVlrirU they may succeed. . mm- - Uov. Knott allowed Frame Steele, a convict In the penitentiary under lift sentence, to attend the funeral of his father at Versailles Tlilu is a new departure, but a kind, merciful one. Tim Maryland legislature last week elected IS. It Wilson Democrat to the U. S. .Senate. He succeed Senator tJroome March 4th, He was elected on the...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 23 January 1884

t ?' t. r fef t ' f v X H E U E It .A. Ii D WEDNESDAY, JAN, 23, 1884. OUR AGENTS. Mho followlugpcrsoiis are authorized to receive sulwcriptlons ami renewals, advertising In the IlKitAM), orders for job work, etc., etc.: WiixCooimcu, Cromwell, KmiAR KiLKYt Llvermore. David Rogkiw, Huron), Jno. T. Smith, Jr., Fnrdsvllle. H. P. ISknnktt, Ceralvo. On. G. It. Handkiw, Centertown. Wii.mk May, Haynesvllle. J. I). HOCKKK, Sutton. T. C. Floyd, Whitesvllle. V, II. Rainh, Roslno. Hon. It. I1. Hock km, Heaver Dam. W. A. Unwo.v, Caneyvillc. PERSONALS. MIm Alice Jarboe ufter a brief Illness, w.i tMglad to taint Is out again. Mr. Jutin U Mauzy, of Klkton, Todd county, Ky., Is In town thU week visit-lug the friend and relatives of till-, his former home. Means John Hlaton, J. 1). Penning-ton, Jlardensburg; and S. H. Pale, CiabOrchard, are guests of the Hartford llcur. They arc In the patent chum business. Odrold friend, J. W. Kiel), of Spring Ltck.oilledoii us MomWy, uld up his subscription to date...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 23 January 1884

SA.NDVfOHC3. Sever tiuytvht. yoi.loi't ischeup Unit iiniil L r nth nnd liu paired hearing, wu lenlllng (mm Catarrh, an nvMimue hy of Kly's Crvnm Halm, l( h not n liquid nrsnull, ami N e:HIv applied. ;N2t. Take tiling utvtiyn liy Ihu Hmnotli liimlle. Iu4g , Women with p icn6reKi fao$H,u ho feel we.ik utnl illvnuraget!, will re cetved Uith mental ami Uitltly by uslnu Carter' Iron I'HN, which lire umile for Hit hlooil, nerve ami complexion ;t It When angry count, ten tulnru ou eKnk; If very angry count u Jiiimlrul, '"Kino blriN imtke Huh rVntliiTH," and Wllilpr'ftKarsnpurilht utnl Poland make thu bloott iitirehml healthy. How nuieli pain tho rvIN have vo us that IntVH never ;iappjiied. All (license reMillhig from ntitio ns nemms (FfblJity, mental luixloly depletion of spirits, and functional of tlm nervoiH vlem, eiireil hyOerninn Iuvlnoitilnr. Set ad verlfcenipnt. For pale hy Thomas b Kimhley. UWMu Xevr f ixfiid your money hcfnut you have It. (10 Wist I ill dcii't yo will out a Ijottle...

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. — 30 January 1884

SP rHHT1tC HUlldOItll'TIOX RA'l'KH. vVUVldlX'lHINO UATK I Unftcopr,one year.. ......... M.... ......!! 50 THE HARTEDRD HERALD. K o c One copy, sUs, month. ..................... ........ 75 p c i Oasoopy( toa.1 fQontlia, . ................. 60 No deductlou from then mica undtr any i ' One...... U00 tico.t sfio't&txii ; a 1 11 it JEE I Two....-Three 1 7 J 1C0 4 Oof 7 W KU lii 'lireuryifaqces. 2fi0 3M ft CM, 10OI I&U lt " At we are compelled by law to pay postage ' COME, THE, HERALD OF A X01iY WORLD, THBtXEV& Of ALL NATJOJNS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." HCol.... rour..... 300 4 00 fitfl 8DJ 7) 8 00 14 lif OOl Wl SUM'. 10(11 iM 30 A I in advance ami ppf f Mcjit ouUJdt or Ohio MIVI.M 60U KOO 12 00 ISM SUM H it 1 Co..., 10 00 lft 00 M00 XS 00. 60 U KU County, wears forced to require paymeutou ill ' i aubeorlptloueln advance. Alt Utters on butlnes mutt be addrcMeU VOL. 10. HARTFORD. KEOTCKY, JANUARY 30, 1884. NO. 5. Kormlmrter time, nl proportionate rM to JOH S I II tHHKTT, l'nbllshe...

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. — 30 January 1884

rftwv" ' ' THE HERALD. JOHN'IMIAHUKTT, Kditor WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3,1, ifiS4 THE SEXATOHIAIi MVIHIMI. The Hciinlorlal Unlit tlll rnfts Hegnnltw of theUnlly roMt The members MU' and draw their vnire, And never Moi to count the low. Hweeney, Mnckhurii, "Uerm Uonlo," All Ihelr Arm RUppoitcrw have! PfrlWng Mrei)Ktlfinmeeh I o borrow, TorlMnlKve!licrommn wnc. Htlll they no change"!, Hllll tliedeail"lockhuMltiway: Ami the oto from twenty mnne, To fifty-live from day to day When will ttil long nrlfe bo When will thWitreat muddle end, And tho Mn..M their country V lover To the ieo)eH Imh'iicwi te nd. No Senator as yet. Wk have been trying in vailoiw wpy through Unwe columns lo Imprest upon tho ptihlfomlml the correctness of the doctrine that aa high a tarlir thl government should Impon upon article mamif.tcturcd In other countries', wim ho imtnh as would produce revenue enough suillcient to defray lis expends economically administered. Not fcee how much we could spend of the peopled money and t...

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. — 30 January 1884

t ? 1HFGREAT SLAUGHTER CLEARING SALE! Bound to sell all the Winter Ctooils before Spring; conies as I don't carry ooils from one season to another. Those having money to spare had better take advantage of this sacrificial clearing sale, even if they do not need them until next year. EiRGLuIIfcTS I ZBIEGLIlNrS 1 1 Linen Towels for Crasli Towels - Fine table 75 cents for Linen Table Cloth T..,t Tnnlrnfo tflslDUJ WV.JVl,0 IIU1UI1 tp,rJ VU1 Cloaks worth $2.25 for - - 75 centsGingham - 15 cents a pair1 Jeans, worth 20 cents Now is your time to get bargains which can never be replenished again. Go they must it they are sold value. Call and we'll show you thousands of different kinds of goods, sold at astonishingly low prices, at H. SMALL'S TRADE Country Produce Taken in Exchange for lools. THE HERALD, WKDNEBDAY, JAN.K0, 1884, OUR AGENTS. Tho following persona are authorized to receive tulwcrlptious aud renewals, advertising in tho Hkuam, order for job work, etc., etc.: ViMCooPKHt Cromwell...

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. — 30 January 1884

'sAn'dWiokes. TIiwo are $.1,000 of Mhiiiieiit InT&uryfflv, tltStj0 5 tf R'Jf f I Nyomenwtth pate oolotl'ef.ioerv Im frivrikrirnWi wfH: ret ceivt! liolli mentnl ami bodily vltf. or by ualntf Carter' Iron PHI, which are Jalafor theajhloml. iiervin uiiil complexion! " " - :t4t TheJ?roArraDrlpcriitflk.)rtiKHl catl converse in fourteen Uuguuk'i" Fine birds make Hue fi'itthers' uml Wllrier'sSaraaparJIlaaiiil Potash inuko the blood mro and healthy. Monanti will produce the present .veai' 0,5)0,000 ioiiiids of copper, AlLdlseavi'H resulting from tclfnbii8p flerouy debility, mental anxiety depression of spirits, and functional of the nervous system, cured liyGTeniMii liivJgorntnr. See For wile by Thomas k Kliubley. 4lWlm The Hhwdug of u houso Is aoodness. The honor of a house Is hospitality The ornament of a house Is ctoinHneaH. The happiness nf . a houe U contentment. Uo West but don't ro without a bottle of WIMer's Chill Toulca fiiiut nnteed iiure'for chill and fever. Thte8horelJtoa(lM...

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. — 6 February 1884

V- t HtXJttKJmPTION" KA.TKfc. mouth. Ubo utjr,oue year...... f i on copy, ir month 75 One copy, foui month!. 50 .Vo dednotlon from the a rate under any jiretiinatauces, A w re cotapelUa by law to pay postage In advance on paper sent outside of Ohio County, wear forced to require payment on ubacrlptlonaln advance. All Utters on business ratut lie addrcAd to JOIINIMIAmiETT, Publisher. DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIKEUTOKY, CIIIUUITOOIMIT. Uju.Luotun l Utile, Judge, Oweusboro. Hon. Jo.opli Noa, Attorney, Calhoun, U.J, ilj.in. Juller, Hartford, CUreac llurdwlclc. Cleric, Hartford. J. I, turret!, J4aierGumiiiliNtoner.Hartrord. U. I, rtmltii, HlierltT, llariiord. Dputle jl urluti Yates, Hu ford ; Ham Kcowti, Vordsvlllel J. H. Kliutnel. Cerulvo. Court begin fourth Monday In May and tnveiuber. and ooutinues four week each term COUNT' COUHT J W. Mtmle. .fudge. Hurt fun I. T, J. Hmltli, Clerk, Hartford. II. 11, KlimoWluB Attorney. Hartford. Cnri begin on the flrat Monday In every inouiu. mJAUTKIUiVCOUH...

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. — 6 February 1884

THE HERALD. JOIINI'.UAUUKTT. WEDNESDAY, KKIi. 0, Kssl ; Ah we ko to preH, Me lwirii that Hie ( caucus Monday night, adopted a rnfo to t drop the hindmost mun, ami it lids paper reaches our readew, a nomination for Hvitntor may he made. Wk Imvo time and again endeavored .to'preeeiit to our render that the remedy for the ruinous policy that hus characterized tho lci;UhUlui) of this government was to place In power In the departments, exeeutlveand legislative, the Democratic party. We have filmed, modestly and Justly, we hope, but with a firm hand and determined ellbrt to expose to view the workings and teachings of the Republican party on the tariff, with which a portion of the Democrats agree, notably or most ly those who represent districts wheie the manufacturing Interests wield a great influence. Wo have said that the Democratic party, ns a p.irty, contended for this theory as being the correct one under the present surroundings -such tarlH' as would produce revenue bUtlldeut alon...

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. — 6 February 1884

4 Y -V A. , 1 i THE HEKALD.1 YYKDNEHDAY, KK. fl, 1881. OUR AGENTS, Tlio following persons tiro authorized to receive sulwerlpthms ami renewals, advertising in the llKKALD, orders for job work, etc., etc.: Will L'oopkk, Cromwell. EiuiAit HtLKV, Llvermore. Da via Rookus, Ruford. Jxo. T. Hurrit. Jr., Fordsvllle. 8. l JtKNNKTiCcralvo. Die. O. R. Handkhs. Cenlertown. Willik May, Haynesvlllo. J, 11, Hock Kit, Sutton. T. 0. Kuvi, WhltesvlIIe. V. R. Rainh, tloslne. Hun. It. 1. UocKKit, Reaver D.un. W. A. Unison, Cnneyvllle. PERSONALS I J. 9 tilciiu, who Imil meaMes lust week, Is Improving, Judge W. K. (Iregory left yesterday fur litiulsvillu mid Frankfort, H. II. Klnsolvlug, Kiij., leaves today for Ijouisville and Frankfort. 1W. John O'KIaherty lias accepted a M)sltlou with Jo. A. Thomas. Mlt IVudle Duke, daughter of I, N. Duke, Is u new pupil of Hartford MUs Muttle Clinpiuan und Mr. John It. Wilson, of Huttnn, will euter Hurt ford College In ft few days. Wo hud a call from J. H. Wlhon, of ...

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. — 6 February 1884

SANDWICHES. A Kehicmber tliugollm rule. I)out Miakt Willi pIiiIIh or Imni wlllr fever. VIMt Chill Tulili' In I he Mire ctue. Never dtymte with u ivomuii. rI)rti to pieces with n rough ? VI1 fr tlrr'yiWIM CherryTouk will mihuI tyou.upjifl'gooila.iiow. r d a y ... JFoaterchrcrfuhicsB tvlthotil too imirli "levity. w Flue birds make tine Wither," mid VllilerrHSarai:irillAU!iit I'otiitfh nutku ithe btiKitl pure and healthy. . Xeverjest or bo witty at t lie expense Wothen. . aWnmen with palo uolorlww faces, who feel weak and discourage!, will received both mental and bodily vltf or hy'tislug Curler's Irou IMIN, which are, matin for the blood, nerves and eomnlexloiu Heaped age and do not depute with an old person. Doe death end all? Well, no: but Wllder'rt Htoinuch Jilt tern emN all liutttfcttinn OoiiHUinptfon um Jtilfionn ncutt Before condemning, search for circumstance. A young man In made belter by a flhter'a love and Fever and Amu aie rural by Wlltler'a Chill tiuiUtrat and periodical t...

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. — 13 February 1884

MfcMAttMHI ..HARTFORD, KY. -. IVLlUprMtjielnOhlo and adjoin tne coun XtUt ala t erne Court of Appeals. ' G. W. MASSIE. rATjeonBY at law, trTARTFOUD, KY. Will practice In the CourU of Ohio aud noanUeaaud In the Court of Appeals Court House. caTTT3 T"n-T,-i Office Over Antlrrton'a Uasoar. HARTFORD, KY, WlllmakeflurTayi. I'lats, Diagrams of Lauds, will write Deeds, Mortieaaes, llonds. Lenses, Releaso, AsslKHiueiiU.CoutracUtlJlll of Hale, NotM, Receipts, and all kind of wrltluft In relation to the transfer of real or personal property, make un AbwtracU of Title to laud, rosaeaston lauds, and buy aud JtVUods qiv oonimluilou wRI Uke and LBieawy uepoeuious, ratnmage soticiieci. Hatee and terms moderate. E, D. QUFFY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW OmK iH'Hiunirf'f Ofrioic, ttf JVM K. mn Hartford Kentucky. BEAUTIFUL THINGS. Yun Recitation Beautiful face are thone that wear-It mnt lerH little Ifilnrk or fair liouovty prlntil there. Heiiutlful cyen nro (hone that nnuw, Mkerritnl pane where Blow, lleaudful th...

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. — 13 February 1884

THE HERALD. JOIINP. UAKHKTT, - Kmtoii WEDNESDAY, KKII. IS, 18HI Kntlroml IiCcMatlon, With the view of awakening attention to winio things that will U of fmlln(tl und material nltl to UiL' people at large, I a u kindred iiiwiMin1 to the articles In the Hkkami In relation to the reduction of Ihf tiirlll within the bounds of RiMiiff only no much revenue m will mpport the government eco nomically administered, and then of reducing the expenses thereof by curtailing the salaries of tho nlllcers and that or many of the employees at least ono half, to submit hoiiio re llectlousuH lo tho management of the rallroadfi of the couutry. It i an axomatlc proposition that the people must control them by proper and prudent legislation, or they will, like all capital, especially where con o1Idated In Mich large amountH, control the people, rule Ihem with an Iron rod and draw almost their life aitatatice from them. These propositions am as true us any can be, and easily demonstrated. Consolidated cap...

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