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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 19 March 1884

V A 3 rn J? LL JU IIJEllAJjL) J WEDNESDAY, MAKCfl 10, 1881. . .. . . OUR AGENTS. he following person ure authorized u receive sultscrlptluua and renewals, advertising In the Hkuald, orders for job work, etc, etc.: VimCooikk, Cromwell. Eikiak Rii.kv, Liverwort-. uavu JUmikiw, Buford, Jno. T. Smith, Jr., Fordsvllle. 8. 1. lSKNNKrrtCurulvo. Dit. Q. R. Handkiih, Centertown. WiM.it: May, JIuyiU'HVllle. J. 11. HOCKKH, Suttotl. T. C. Floyd, Whltesvllle. V. II. IUins, Kosliit. Hon. R. l IIookkh, Heaver Duui. V. A. Umihon, Caney vllle. Dk. IK F. Bkan, Point Pleasant. ANNOUNCEMENT. We are authorized to announce A. C Kills an a candidate for the otlleo of Kherltl'nf Ohlooouutyf subject to the action of the Democratic Party. Election August IBM. We are authorized to announce Isaac O.Hoover, of the Beoa neighborhood as a candidate for the olllce of Hherlll of Ohio county, subject the to action of llin I)miocratt3 nurtv. Election AliiMiit. 1S84. lOtf.l We are authorized to announce that Wallace R...

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 March 1884

?fi! w 4 ; mon MMMMMMBI SANDWICHES. - Envy lurk nt tlio bottom of tlw bit rnatnlie.'UL, UJe ,r v.liwr In 1l li")1 - . ..Jhikiic ..-.. .- . .Alt elites rH r . as iii'rvrnfs dtblltiy, mental anxiety 'ji.UapresHloti.'tif spirit, nml function a of Uio nervous nystem, . v cured by fjermau Invlgoratnr. See nd - vurthtfinwit. -For. sale liy Thomas fc - Kitablejv) - 403m W ' 'AooHKllliaa been found lu Mad I boh (utility with tlie d tie 177;! eoMipoiilt.t No nintU'r liow Jaded the constitu tion may be from tlloti8e or excew, Iho Great Uernian Ittvlgnrutor restore?) It lierniariently. See advertisement. For sale by Thomas & Khribley. 4rt3m The unrest way to plento la to forget oneVtelf aud think ouly of others. tlontcf. A yuutiK i"1" I" made better by a Mister's love ami Fever and Ague are cured by Wilder' Chill TonlciUi mafrttin and periodical disorders. It h better vvUdiHii to ilx things than a lake them as thoy omit. loedeuth end all? Well, no! but VUder'H Stoii.ucli Hitlers i-ml all 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. — 26 March 1884

y Y BMl HII11&0UIVVIO2 UAlMCtf. I AUVlflttTWlNG HATMH m m m JJ Oho copy, one year....." .........! 1 So w 4 4 w K K THE HARTFORD HERALD. 3 8 Uueopy,lx mouth .. 75 2 5 8 S Out copy, foul mouth 50 No deduction from these nitee utiiler nny One... . t 1 W t 1 S0I2WI 6 00 1 7 fiu'l 20 t Two . I 75 tm 4 00 7 60 l(J 00 14 ulroumstanceu, Three.... 3G0 :i60 600 10 W) 1500 18 CO Four .. 3 00 ft 00 7 fiO 12 00 10 00 3D U0 Aa w Am compelled by law to pay postage Jl COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS 01 ALL NATIONS LVMRERIXQ AT MY BACK." Hl 4 00 8 00 8 00 14 00 a? 00 oJ In iidvnuce ou pa porn sent outatde or Ohio HCol. ...... 6 00 8 00 UUI 18 00 R. 00 WW Cuuuty.woaro forced to rc(ulro pnyincuton ICol 1 1000 1500 2000 8600 60 0 9000 aubacrlptlonslii advunce to All letters on butlueaa must ho addressed VOL. 10. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 26, 1884. NO. 13. For ashorter time, at proportionate tatea , JOUN1MIAHHKTT, Publisher. OnelnohoHpacfContUutsBnquare. DIRECTORY. COUNTY DtllfiCTOHY, C...

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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. — 26 March 1884

THE HERALD. iJHNF.BAltBBTT, Editor WEDNESDAY, MARCH !Mf SS4. CoHYnoN, Henderson county, has (1 a $15,000 tire. Insurance $8,000 KmmcttO. Jhian hua leaned IiIh portion ah Miiiiuglng Kdltor of tin' Cincinnati XcwfrJourntih Iowa Ihw prohibitory law which pasedhe HouHuhy vote of 52 to II Mid the Heuute by a vote 01 .w jo 11 mii) exiled ly the Governor. JUsiioi' MtTYBUii: preached the t.nne at the funeral services of lihhop Kavauaut;h at tho Unmdway M. K. hurch lat Thmvlay morning. 1)11. Luxskobu J Yanbklu one of the lrailttig nhyMli'Iunsof Iiouiaville, or t.rhapM,tho United Slates, tflwl on the li!th Inst., of paralybla of the heart. Mil. L. U WaiihKX, of Louisville, J.r nearly half a century one of the ii illug merchants of that city, died at I U residence on Ki.uilh and Walnut liietH, Inst WtdniMlay morning m tho m ventysixlh year of Ids ace. Tin: brothers Ilmlolpli nnd Champ i'itzpatrlck Mere hanged at Columbia, Ky., last Friday, lor tlio murder of Aidierlircwster. They arc Mild to h...

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 March 1884

Y r THE HEltALD, WKDNESDAY, MARCH 2t), 1884. OUR AGENTS. he following persona ate authorized iu receive sulwcrlptlons and reuowult, advertising In the Hkkalu, on I em lur Job work, oto., etc.: Will Coopkk, Cromwell. ElKJAit IUlhy, Liver more. Daviii UooKiifl, It u ford. .Jno. T, Smith, Jr., Fordsvllle. id. I. liK.NNKTT.Ceralvo. Jl)u. G. It, 8andrrs, Ceiitertnwu. WilmkMay, Haynesvllle. .3, 11. Hock Kit, Hutton. T. C. FlYI, Whttesvllle. V..H. Hainh, Re I no. Hon. It. P. Houkkh, Ik-aver Dam. W. A. Uuihon, Caneyvlllc. Dlt. 11. F. Hkan, Point PleuMHit. ANNOUNCEMENT. We are authorized to announce A. 0, Kills a a candidate for the olllco of Sherlti'nf Ohio county, subject to it actlouoftho Democratic party. Kleotlon August 18SV We are authorized to aunounue that Wallwe Roeson ofFordivlllo precinct, U a candidate for Hheillt of Oho county, eiiljcct to thu Democratic primary election or convention. hleetloti August 1884. 10tf We are authorized to announce Zeb. W. Shultz, ortho It ask port pr...

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 March 1884

SANDWICHES. Good tleeils remain; nit things vho ptrMi. No matter how Jaded the constitution way be from diabase or exeeiw, Hie Great German Invlgorator rttore it permanently, tfeu advertisement. For sale hy Thomas & Klmbley, -10 lim As love thinks uo evil, ho envy tjieak no good. A young man la made tetter hy n sister's love and Fever and Ague are cured by Wilder' Chill ToiitoiNo malaria ami periodical dUoiders. A largo mass nf errota is very easily embalmed aud perpetuated by a little truth. Chart McKay. ioeH death end all? Well, no: but Wilder' Htomacli Hitters eutfc all Indigestion Consumption und Jiiliottft nets. In religion, It Is fur safer to believe too much than too tittle. ','Klne birds make Hue feather," and Wllder's&ifeaiKirlllauud Potash make the blood pure aud healthy. Ihe oil of the lump in the temple bin ut away in glvltuj light; Hoxhuild we. Don't shake with ebllls or hum with fever. Wlhler's Chill Toule Is tlie sure cute. Tlie hnppiutss of our lives depends ...

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 April 1884

Y r A y DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIiUCCTOUY, UIHUUITCOlIllT. .iou.UuelUfclMilttle, JuUo.OwfiiiM.ic). lion. Joiopli Nw, AUfiriieytt'ttlliomi. u. J.llo.in, Jailer, Hartford. , Cureuco Uurdwlclc, Clerk, Hartford. J. l lUrrett, Miuter Coriinilloncr,llnrtford. I. I. Hnilth, Hlierlrr, Harlhml. M urlun Vale, Uuford X Ham Kordavllle I J. H. Kiimuel, iVrulvn, Court begin luurili Monday In May and November, und cnutlnuim four weuka each term COUNTY COUUT CJ. v M twite, Judge. Hartford. r.J.Hinllh, Clerk, llartroid, H. 1!, Kluaolvltitf, Attorney, Hartford. Court begin on the 11 rut Monday lu every month .. UUAKTKHtiY COIIHT. lUiln on tho third Monday In Junuury, April, July una October, COUUT OK CLAIMS. Megou on the firm Monday In .lauimr) iUU October. oniKIl COUNTY OFKIOKUH. K. 1. lUrnelt, .Surveyor, UurUonl. Juno W. Moeley, AcMor. Vlilteylle. r' I KelUt nclHMil tNuinilinlouer, Hartford. I'OLICKCOUUTH. Crow. J mine, luiirtli Houdaya lu March, Juue'Hept. untl Doc. Juhu C. Doyle, Mi.rhHl. Ueaver Judai...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 2 April 1884

THE HERALD. JOHNr.nAHIlKTT, Kuston WEDNKSDAY, APHIIj 2,16S1. msMMMB mmmmm t I Susan B. Anthony. Thn Groat Acitrttor of Womnu'sXKclit to Tin Equal With Mnn ut tho Ballot Box At the foot of the Clrten Mountain-, Siulli Adams Mass., In 18), wus horn llil'i wo mi nn who ha a so faithfully and devotedly championed the nuuehhe of lnrscx at ballot box. Her Ingress Info the tnnUK of tin Women's Bights" cjtiie emanated from her early experience as a school teacher, lier cuiiihii satlou being I mi t eight dollare a mouth, while men received for the eame service from twenty-tour to thirty dollars. Afler llltceii years of the closest she had m vol only $:M) oit of her meagre salary, whin, had fiherecelvtd eipial ciitiiNiiMitIm for equal service her savings would have aggregated at ut 5:2,000. Tho contrast aroused Jut conceptions of Injustice, anil from 18-12 t1ie has been ono of the leading hpltltH in every Women' Bights Con ventlon held in America ; wan all these 3 fins ninl still Ik, tlici Se...

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 April 1884

Y r y i TH EITERALD WEDNESDAY, Al'IKins, 1884. 7 OUR AGENTS, ho following persons are authorized ii receive subscriptions mid renewals, advertising In tho J1i:icam, oiders Tor job work, etc., etc.: Wliit Cooii:ii, Cromwell. Kikiak Uii.kv, Llvermnre. DaVip Rwikkh, Huford. J wo. T. Smith, Jr., FonUvlllc. S. P. IiKNNi;rr,Oralvo. i)u. (J, U. HANIJKUm, CeUtertOWIl. Wii.uk May, Haynesvllle. .1. It, Hopkkh, Sutton. T. O. Kujyd, Whllesvlllo. V, H. Rains, Roslno. Hon. It. 1'. HooKtilt, Heaver Dam. W. A. Giiwon, Cnueyvllle. Du. IKK. Hkan, Point Pleasant. ANNOUNCEMENT. We are authorized to announce A. O. Ellis as a for the olllee of Sheriff of Ohio county, subject to the action of thwDemiHrratlu parly. Election August I SHI. tnauuuiiuo th it Wallace Itoxsou nfFordvHlo precinct, Is u candidate for Sheillf of Ohio county, mil ject to the Democratic fcllou or convention. Election August 1881. IO(f Wo are authorized to ntiiimim Zeb. W- Hhnltx. of tho R ckiMrt nni'Iuct, as ii candidate fur the olll...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 2 April 1884

SANDWICHES. Calumny can not wound the man who le conscious of hi own Integrity a H that fall to iUy may h up again trtnorrrow. A truth that one does not understand becomes an error. Wo ask advice, but we mean Blander l the revengo of a coward, aud diulmulatlqu hl defense. We procure our Ul lemons hi the pel ioo I of experience. If any offend 'not In word, the same Is a perfect man, A Hinall wrong done to another la a great wrong doue to ours Wen. A man w!k doen uot juiy for his pa-per will never get to heaven. 'The Bible la a. window in thin prison of hope, througll which we look Into eternity. Women teach in rcjce, civility and dignity. Mr. Peter Mallen, 212 V. Twuity fqurtu street, Now York, vaya that he suffered six years with rheumatism Mid found no relief until Ht. Jacobs O I, the sovereign remedy, was applied, which cure! him compete- The wisest man ia generally he who think himself the least ho. Mr. M. J. Jackson, 4W57 High street, liiuiflvllie, Ky.,says: I used Brown's Iron ...

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 April 1884

Y Y A t y isawMttHaWflfa if i'Kiii Vafil imTf HUJidcmiriON" JiArjoy, ! AUVlCItTIHINO rnvTHfn 0 no copy oua'yeiirM.M ... .11 M THE HARTE ORD HERAT One copy, hx months I MNIIIIIHIHI 7ft One copy, rout month m 60 No deduction from these rate under any f One"..' ' 1 1 00 I 1 SO I 2.7) ft 00 I 7 0.1 10 10 , Two,;-;., 175 I tm n mi 7 ft) JO UH 15 d alrcumttAticefi Threew. 2 60 W. 6 00 10(10 15 IN) An by law lo TUB HFsRALD OF A If...- lll ,, " -SOU 6 (X)L 7 60 12 () 1610 50 l' we are compelled pay pontage "I COME, NOlSf WOULD, THE NEWS 01 ALL NATIONS LVMBBR1NQ AT MY BACK." MCol., 400 ("flOOffSOf It 00 ' 00 In advance on papers sent outside of Ohio HUol.... 000 H(01SM 1H0O 3100 00 tt County, we are forced to require prtymentoli - I Col 1000 1 GOO ,2000 3500, 60 0 woe Htthacrlptloualn advnnce A II I if to All letter on r builueu must he addressed ht OL. 10. 4 HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 9, 1884e P NO. 15. , Koraihorter tlirteTtt&Vif'portlonftte rate. JOHN IMIAIMRTT, Publisher. Onelneho(pac...

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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. — 9 April 1884

I Gl LI TO :::::: All BUviSp Three hundred yds Nansook, checked and i figured at 8 cents. 400 yds Linen Lawn, white and figured. Seven hundred yds genuine Turkey-red j Table Cloths, 45 cents and up. Five hundred yds all linen Table Cloth; worth 50 cents at 25 cents. Three hundred yds Towels and Napkins at half their value. 2 thousand yds of Torchon Lace at Import ers prices. One thousand yds Swiss Trimmings. 500 yds Valencine Lace. 19000 pair of best' ladies', misses' and children's shoes. Call clothing: from $S9 up to the finest wedding; suit line lot of up to the best In our millinery department, we have got a trimmed hats and bonnets, elegant plumes, beautiful flowers, own make and if you want a real nice, nobby hat or bonnet tively. Examine our goods before you buy Mrs Morris has We wish to call the special attention of every lady who stock, fully 50 per cent can be saved. m M m m M HATS, TRUNKS, and the Biggest Line of MILLINERY GOODS 7000 yds best Calico, selling very rapidly ...

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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. — 9 April 1884

r A THE HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APIUfi Ot 18UJ. OUR AGENTS. ho following person are nulborlzed o receive tiulwcriptioua and renewal, Ailvertlisluic In the Hkiiam), order fur ol work, etc., etc.: Will Ooopkh, Cromwell. Kihiah ltif.KY, Uvermore. DAVID ItOOKHfl. Ilufiinl. Jno. T. Smith, Jr., FonNvlllo. . IMIknnktt, Ccralvo. Hit. 0. It, Handkim, Centerlnwn. WlLUKMAY, HuyiieHVllIe. J. 1!. Hockkh, Suttou. T. C. Ki4iYi;WhUefivl!le. V. II, IUinh, Koelne. Hon. It. 1 Houkkii, Beaver Dam, W. A. Uiilson, Caneyvllle. Da. II. K. Ukan, Point IMpiMint. ANNOUNCEMENT. We uro aulhori.ed In announce A. t. h In os a candidate for the nlllee of Huerill of Ohio county, Miheet to Hi.' action of thu IKMiiocralU) party. Kleetlon Augut IKS1. We lire authorial (o iiiiwhiihv that Wallace IIohmou of Fordavllle precinct, Is a candidate for HheihT of Ohio oounty. Miljectto the Democratic primary election or convention. Kleetlon Atigimt IWil, otf Wo are authorized to announce .eb. W. Hhultz.oflhe lUikport precinct, an 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. — 9 April 1884

SANDWICHES, Wo should live and let live. No matter how Juried the constitution nmy be from rilsva.su or excetis, Hie Great German Itivfgorator restores It permanently. Hee ndverlloment. For sale by Thoimi fc Kltubley. 40 3m The evil Milndfil arc iihH,! Mr. OiitrKe l AIIiti, l:w Mirket at reel, IjhiIsvIIIh, Ky . h j: lt tuvn's Iron Hitters HtHnly mini tin tly pepW He' a slave that mnnot ii.umaiid himself. A youiiK man N marieldttr by a Mer' love and Kever and Aifue are vttretl hv Wilder Chill IS i oil. malatta and periodical The energies of tin mini Jimi'm i in the vague reveries of hop . Doc death end all? Will, in: but Wilder' Stomach Hitter cihN ull Indigestion wnninjtitfi u:.J lltlthu ttc. All that lam iny moth or ninto me. 'Fine birds make fine feathers' and Wllder'aSrsaparllUaiid Potash make the blood pure and healthy. A man's best fortune, or his worst Is a wife. Don't shake with chills or burn with fever. Wllder's Chill Tonic is the sure cute. The greatest liberty H to utter ...

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. — 9 April 1884

7 r Y A r V V. THE HERALD. .rOHNIMIAHHKTT, Km to it ...i. --,T irn, , A bill pued tho Hennle l(t week forbidding the ihIiik of hwy'lH anil trliyclpi oji lhedilgliwy, - . (or CrM:lSi)wMAMi''liiift JvilSinift. hlonof Apiculture, Iiuh I .ten tt pointed 8liU Llhrarlun in MM Ihe uioxphed term of Mr. Omk. iNtlKlisoi.t, ouoorthi iiilertmt of Hit Taylor family, who N In Jill -it Ims Ihihmiih iimite Mnce (he riot In that city. AlfOHIUMI to f hit ctiimh of I.SSO, there ure about $.VI,imh(ini() of hihiih ltUllU III till Ullltl Htllle. Of tlltM (1 1,11118 art preachers, lawyi I- ami 81,071 dot-torn. ThU Would ulve one pieacher for 77 Kople, our luw.ver for every 707 ami out doctor for every AtJlfiilT. WlNCiwns trftfc I In St LntiU lal week for I be murder nl Jiwpli I JHin In tbiilelty nboiil one year ago. Too Jury after being out nmethuu ir.ied a verdict of munler In the degree, and iieiliig hU pur iiMiiuetit ul,ivu year'njmprlsoiimcnl In the penitentiary. The verdict wu r.ther a Miprlso to Wlt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 9 April 1884

DRY GOODS You can get Standard Prints, at Yard-wide Bleached Cotton, Nice figured Lawns, . Ginghams, White Lawns, Best brand Ginghams, (price last year, 15 cts) Very best Ticking, ,.r .. :rv.ar 5 cts per yard 5 cts per yard 5 cts per yard 5 cts per yard 10 cts per yard 10 cts per yard 16 cts per yard LINENS All Linen Bordered H'd'k'fs . 5 cts All Linen Towels, (almost as good as those sold last year at 10 cts) for 5 cts Turkey-red Table Damask, genuine, 50 cts All Linen Table Cloths, G ft long 50 cts All Linen "Wear Forever" Table Cloths, 6 ft long . . 81.00 Irish Linen, worth 65 cents, for . 37 cts Irish Linen, worth $1.00 for . 50 cts DRESS GOODS Cotton Dress Goods, . . 5 to 8c All Wool Filling Dress Goods, J- 10, 12, 15c Handsome New Style Plaids, . 25, 30, 35c All Wool Cashmere, - - 40 and 50c All Wool Chuda Cloths, 40 in. wide, 60c (The ulwve me actually worth 7f uwiIh, and are the hlggtbt burKiiliis Wo have cvtr had. Black Cashmeres in all grades very cheap. y czIIJEllvd:ElIT,...

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 April 1884

Y A. T MtfilgOUIPTION' KA.TJCS. Due copy, one year.. .............. IIW -One copy, Mx m on tin 7."i One copy, foul mouth 50 No deduction from these rotes miilrr any olrcunistntioem Am we are compelled by law to pay pollute In advance on papei Milt otitnlde of Ohio Comity, we aro forced to require payment on fUbtcrlpUotmln advance All letters on biisluaaa mint he adilrehsed so JOIiy IMUUHKTT, Publisher. DIRECTORY. COUNTY IHUEOTOKY, 01UUU1TCOUUT. ton.tjUeltifil'. Ultle, Juilge.OweiinDoro. litm. JmeptiNoe, Attorney, Calliomi. u.j, llean. Juller, llartrord. CUreuce llurdwlck, Clerk, Hartford. J.PMUrrett, Mutter lJomiulHloiior,IIftrtrord, l. L. Hiultli, Hliorlir, Hartford. DeiiutlvM Marion intra, liuford ; Hum keuwn, Fordavllle; J. Ii. Kimmel, Cernlvo. Court botftiM tuurtli Mondays in May and November, and coutliiueii four week each ,e,,l COUNTY COUItT .! MaMle. Judge. Hartford, T, J. Hmltli, l!lrk, llartrord, II. II, Klutolvlug, Attorney, llartrord. Court begin ou the llrst Monday In ev...

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 April 1884

rrajcnrrc THE HERALD. .fOHNIMIAHKRTT, Kdituu WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10.1SSI. TlCEKE were 175 luwhiess fallurei I the United Staten last week. Tt Iff said that RUIne haftllnf I he 32 Missouri Repuhllenn delegate tv Chicago. In the iniiiilclpul elections held recently lu Iowa, the RemueialH made large gain. Tub House has pawed tlic li!l appro prlatlngWiOOtotho Kentucky liMl lutlonforthe Riind. Tub Danville 'Dtltwir, hud twenty one Republican nominations foi Vrv dent lu Its lust Issue. KlKTF.EN bundled coal inlueiH at Trwln Station, Tj., ohjecthig to a re ductton of pay, have Rone on a Mrlke. AN election has been ordered In Caldwell county next Saturday to elect u Representative to fill the unexpired term of Hon. J. H. Leech, deceased Capt. C. T. AU.BN, editor and pro. pi Mop of the Princeton llmmn married recently hi Virginia, hU native Slate. We tender our lions. ... . i m m - Tub son of Attorney (Jeneral Haidlu Mint and nerlorMy wounded the sou of the widow Rlchaid Ulore in South Frankfor...

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 April 1884

Y - y T TEE HERALD. - WKDNKSDAY, AWUL 10, 1881. OUR AGENTS. ho following portions are authorized (i receive stilmorljtllonn and renewal, advertising In Iho Hkhai.I), onlcm tor ob work, etc., etc.: Vim Coopku, Cromwell. Kikiau Kilkv, Uvermore. David ItoriKiw, Iluford, J no. T. Hmitji, Jr., KonWvllle. 8. 1 IKNNKTT,Ceralvo. On. O. H. Haniikka, Centertown. Wim.ik May, HayneHVllle. J. It. ilocKKu, Button. T. 0, I'lAYD, Whltevllle. V. It. Hainh, Jtotrine. Hoy. It, P. Hockkii, Heaver Dam. W. A. (iiasoN, Coueyvllle. l)it, II. I Hi:an, Point rieasaut. ANNOUNCEMENT. Wo uro authorized to announce A. (!. Kllu aa candidate for the olllco of Hlierlll'of Ohio county, mihject to the action of the Democratic party. Klrctlun August IfcSI. Wo ure authorized to announce tint Wallace IIumhoii of Kordnvlile precinct, Is n candidate for HheillP of Ohio county, mihjeet to the Democratic election or convention. Meet Ion August tKSt. l"tf We nre authorized to niiummoe oh. W. Hhultz, of the Uocknort nreelnct,...

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 April 1884

SANDWICHES. Occasional rnle N n? well as agreeable. No matter how Jaded the constitution may lie from tllirw or exec, the (ircat Grrnmn Jiivlfiornlnr iWoitm It pennauputly. 8ee advertisement. Knr Hale hy Thomas fc KImbley. 40 .tin Never consent to preserve your rej illation At the cxnentn of truth. A young innu Is innde letter hy n nhler'a love nntl Fever and Anne arc uitnd hy WiMor'A Chill Tonic tNo malaria and periodical disorders. Speak a good wonl for your town. If you liavn't the money to put hi public enterprise?, talk for your town-it helps booms to Ixiom, Does death end all ? Well, no: tint Wllder'a Stomach JlItteiH ends nil liuUrjeslhn otmumirtbm and JUUhmn net. All shoemakers are heeling mediums. "Flue bird make Mim tVutlii'te," and WIliIerM.Snrsajiarllla anil 1'otnMi make the Wooil jiure and healthy The foiliuialo man N he who, bom !oor, or notiody, works gimlually up to wealth and consideration, and having got them dies before he Hud they were not worth bo much trouble. ...

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