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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 23 April 1884

Y r r titJIlSPUIl'TlON' UATJiIH; Oiiou(iiyiineyoiirM. tl&O OuecopyaBls month,.,.,. 75 One copy, rut month ., fio No deduction from these rater tiiuler any Circumstances, An we nrtf compelled by law to pay postage In mlvntico on papers went outside of Ohio County, wrnro forced to require payment on mibscrlptluiintn advance All letters on buslnens inunt ho nddrcsAed to JOHN 1M1AHUKTT, l'ubltsher. DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIKKCTOHY, 121 HUUiT COURT. 'on . Lucius l1. Little, JudKo.uwcnsboro. Hon, JoHupli Noo, Attorney, Calbooii. . J. lloaii, Jailer, Hartford. I'lareuco ilnrdwIctc.tMurk, llartford. J. l. 11 urett, M .inter Coiiiinbwbmer.lliirlford. P. L. rtmttlii Hherlir, Harliord. arton Yates, llufonl t Hum ht-own, Kordsvtllet J 11. KliiiiiiuliCeriilVfi. Court bo tt m lourtli Monday In May and November, and continue four wee Us cuuh term COUNTY COUUT J W. Massle, Judge. Hartrord. T,J.HmItii,lJlerk, Hartford. It. It. Ktusolvlug, Attorney. Hartford. Court begin ou the Ural Monday lu every mo...

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 April 1884

THE HERALD. JUHNP.BAHIIKTT, Kditor WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2,1,1884. A rmn nt Monroe, Loumnnn, last week, burned every lioiwc in the place except three. m So far, the instructed delegate vote to the Republican national convention nt Chicago, stands as follows: Arthur, 87; Hlniiie, 71 ; Logan, 51. m FitANK Jmucs the noted out-law, is on trial in the Federal Court at Huntsville, Alabama, for the Muscle Shoals robbery. Charles Norris and his daughter, Mrs. Sarah Hite, fonnjgfr of Adairvillc, Logan county, Ky., are witnesses. - A lady in England has offered jE20,000 for the rescue ot (.icneral Charles G. Gordon. Our readers will remember that hut week we gave them a portrait of General Gordon, accompanied by a sketch of his life and the immediate danger he was in at Khartoum. m At the last Union Circuit Court, Col. J.llenry PouelPseflbrt; were attended wfoli a soccer perhaps never before known in the history of a Kentucky Circuit Court. In a of over thirty indictments, there was not a single a...

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 April 1884

r i, y THE HERALD. WEDNESDAY, APRIIi 23, 1884. OUR AGENTS. i ho following persons aro authorized to receive sulttcrlptlonn and renown!, advertising In tho Hi:kai.i, orders for Job work, etc., etc.: WiMil'oot'KK, Cromwell. Kikiak Rii.ky, Idvermore. David Roukks, Ruford. Jno. T. Smith, Jr., Fordsvlllo. 8. P. liKNNKTT,CeruIvo. J)n. O. R. Handkiw, Cenlerlown. Willi k May, llnyneiivlUo. J. 11. HocKKit, Sutton. T. U. Fl)VI), Whltesvlllo. V. It. Rainh, Itontne. Hon. R. P. Hockkk, Heaver Dam. W. A. (JiasoN, Caneyvllle. Dk. II. F. JIkan, Point Pleasant. Kkiii, Haw.n&Co., Rockport, Ky ANNOUNCEMENT. We are authorized to aunounco A. C. Klhs as a candidate for tho olllco of Hherltl'of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Klectlou August last. We are authorized toannounce that Wallace Rommoii ofFordsvlllo preclnrt, Is a candidate for Mhuilll of Ohio county, subject to the Democratic primary election or convention. Klection August 1884. lOtf Wo are authorlred to announce...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 23 April 1884

SANDWICHES, Debt Is the murderer of Belfrepcct. No matter how Jadetl tlie conMltn tlou may be from ilhease or exmw, ihe Great German Itivlgorntor it permanently. See advertisement. For Bale by Thomas & Kimbley. -10 3m Choone a wife rather by your ear than your eye, A yountr man Ih mmle lelUr hy n sister'H lovu ami Fever hiiiIj Aue are cured hy WlUhr' TmiUmUi malaria ami twrlotllcul (linorilern. The reason why men succeed who mind tlielil uwut. bushier Is ueuuiihu there lo no little compel lliou. rknnu J ..nil i uml nil ? Well. HOI bill Wilder' Stomach Bittern enin all Indigestion omuMpthn and lUUtous nee. PolitenewU midway between ceremony aud rutluncHa. In other word-, Bayard between KdmumU and Logan. 'Fine birds make line feathers and Wllder'a Sarnnparllla and Potash make the blood pure and healthy. Glass bath-tubs sinks, tiiuM wash-tubs, refrigerator and burial are beginning to be talkttl of.- Ctucauo Jfirahl. Don't shake with cbllU or burn with fever. WiWet's Chill Tonic U t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 30 April 1884

r y Jv - r m HtrifejCmiPTIOX UAPKH. AUV IfiRtlhfINO IIjKTKW Ono copy, one year...... ft &0 One copy,alx month 75 THE HARTFORD HERALD. Ouo copy, font mohltm &o No deduction from Iheae rntea under nny Ono $100 1 150 12 50 9 5 OO'I 7'M 10 10 alrcuuutnucet. Two - 1 a IH 4oo: 7 fin, 10 0) 15 U Three-... 2G0 xm 5(H) 10 00 IS 00 18jU An we are compelled by Jaw to a ou AM) 7G0 12 (JO IK 00 20 VC pay postage " rour COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY THE NEWS In mlvnnco WOULD, Of ALL NATIONS LVMDE1UNQ AT MY BACK." Col 400 6 01) 8 00 14 00 2000 on paper ent oubdde of Ohio S Col. ... ttoo 8 00 12D0 IN ii 31 O0 50 o County, wo are forced Iorcriilro payment uu t Col...... 10 00 1500 20 00 3500 50 0 6000 aubacrlptlonalit iidvnnce. to All letters on htilnfl must be nddreuied VOL. 10. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 30, 1884. NO. 18. Forashorter time, nt proportionate rale JOHN 1MIAHUKTT, IMblUher. O ue Inch oMpacecnnntUutonftiquare. DIRECTORY. COUNT V DIIIKCTOHY. OlllUUlTCOUltT. Hon.l.iicliiNt. Mule, 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. — 30 April 1884

THE HERALD. JOItNlMlAliKKTT, EDITOK WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1884, DBMOCRATICCOUSTY TICKET HON. HICHAM) P. HOCK EH, OF HIUVKIt DAM. Tin: Legislature has concluded not to rejwal the fish law after all. Tin: recent election in Lotiisana went overwhelmingly Democratic. Tin: old ticket lnwwmie strength. AVent Virginia instructed it dele gates to vote for Tilden and Hen ilricks. Tin: liullitt Democrats Dr. E. M. Hnhlw for District Del egate and E. E. McKay for Delegate at large. m - Jim.ks Mautinktti: the noted circus clown fell dead in the ring during the performance at Dayton, Ohio, the other day. - Loiiifville has l.'H) churclien, erected at a cost of 82,U2,ri71 including the ground-. This tpeaks well for the religious interest mapifested in that city. A m:w county formed of parts of Floyd, Fletcher Perry and llrcuthitt ha heen otalilMietl by the Legislature, and named Knott in honor of our picscut (lovcrnor. Tin: Kentucky Democracy in County Convention lat Saturday came oiitibrTaritfHefo...

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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. — 30 April 1884

Y tr A A Y r THE HERALD. WEDNESDAY, A I'M LAO, 1881. " OURAQENTS. he following persons are nuthorl.cd to receive sulscrlptlonH ami renewals, advertising In the IIkkamj, orders for J b work, etc., etc.: Wim Coopkk, Cromwell. Kikiak Hilkv, Liverwort. David Hookhs, Buford. Jno. T. Hmith, Jr., KonNvlIle. 8. P. UKNNKrr(Ceralvo. I)H. U. It. Handkiw, Ccnterlown. Wii.mk May, Huynesvllle. J. It. Hockkh, Button. T. 0. KKOYD, Whltesvllle. V. D. ItAlNH, Roslue. Hon. It. r. Hock Kit, Heaver Dam. W. A. UlitsoN, Onneyvllle. Da. II. K. Hkan, Point rieusnut. IU:n, IIaiu:n & Co., Rockjiort, Ky ANNOUNCEMENT. We are authorized to announce James If, Klmmol n Republican candidate for theotllroof Hherlll' of Ohio county. Klecllon Monday, August tth, I8SI. PERSONALS. Dr J. Morgan Berry is In town (his week, Dr. Jo T, Miller left yesterday, for U.iilHville. Dr. N. J. Rain of limine linn returned from hW trip west. Mrw. Al. Pattonwhohus Inmii iii(e tdck for imo time past, N thought to Ikj Improving John ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 30 April 1884

SANDWICHES, Better tlirce hours too soon than ono minute too late. Shakrtpcrr, No matter how Jaded the constitution may be from disease or excess, Ihe Great German Iuvlgorator restore It permanently. Hee advertisement. For dale ly Thomas fc Klmbley, 3m Ofal) our InflrmltleH vanity Is the dearest to us; A man will starve lit other vices to keep them at! ve. Frank' tin. A young man Is made tetter hy a sister's love and Fever aud Ague are cured by WIMer'fl Chill ToiiIcaIso malaria and periodical disorders. Kindness If the only ctinrni permitted to the aired ! It In iln rnnnetrr nf tvlilln hnlr fl l,lltrt I Does death end all ? Well, no: but Wilder' Stomach Bitters end nil Jmligcfttion onwmptlon and Jtllliou flfJM. For burns and scalds nothing Is more soothing than the white ot an egg, which may be poured over the wound. It Is softer as a varnish than collodion, and Is also more cooling than the sweet oil and cotton, which was formerly supposed to be the HtireU application to allay the ...

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 May 1884

j n Y SUUOmPTION" JIATKB. AUVlCnXIHINO RATKH Onooouy,one year... .... - ItM THE HARTFORD HERALD One copy, tlr months.................. ., 73 ! One copy, fom luotithi 60 Oue I 1 Oo I I 50 1 260 A 00 7 W 10 tf No deduction from these rates under any Two '5 .vti i ii ? fit in no U00 qlroumataueea. Three-. 2 SO 3W, 5 00 10 00 15 00 woo Four 3(0, 5 00 7 SO 12 CO, WW An we are compelled by lnw topny poatage "J COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE HEWS Of ALL NATIONS LUithEIilNO AT MY BACK." MUol 4 W Ann n mi it no a on ft to HCol.. 8(-0 8 00 12 00 lHOtr 3t00 lu lutvmice on paper aent outalde of Ohio W WW I Cob.. 1000 1600, 2000 3500, 0, County, weare forced to require paymenton uubscrlptloiiatii advance. All letter on business mutt henddreftaed VOIL. IX. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MAY 7, 1884. NO. 19. Korn shorter time at proportionate rntev to One Inch of space constitutes n square. JOHN IMlAltltKTT, Publisher, it ;' V X - r DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIHKOTOUY, UIHUUITOOUHT. don . Lucius i Little, Ju...

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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. — 7 May 1884

THE HERALD. JOHNP.OAHHRTT, Editor WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, '884. DEMOCRATICCOUNTYTICKET FOIl SIIKHIFK, HON. RICHARD P. IIOCKER, OF ItKAVKR DAM. ATitAiKof car?, embracing four coaches, baggage car and engine, ran from Cincinnati to New Orleans a distance of 1000 miles, ono day last weckAhvj23 hours and 27 minute. Thufia aliout the fastest timo on record. A. hill has passed both houses of Tiic legislature providing ir brtinch penitentiary at Eddyvillc. Three commissioners are to be by the Governor to select and purchase lands not to exceed 81, 000 in? value, for prison purposes. The peri i ten tiary is toost not more than 150,000 and fe to have n cell capacity of not less than 4 00 cells, to he increased when necessary. The board of health is to have supcrvi sion over the sanitary affairs of the new institution. Tin: indications are that Mr. Henry Wnttcrson. will be selected as a delegate it large from Kentucky to. the July convention at Chicago. If he wants the position, and he certainly do...

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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. — 7 May 1884

Y y 'A Y tv " THE HERALD. -Jl L1 J'JU. JL.J WEDNEHDAY, MAY 7, 1881. OUR AGENTS. ho following persons uro authorized to receive sultscrlptlons and renewals, advertising In the H Kit AM), orders for Job work, etc., etc.: Wim. Cooikk, Cromwell. Kikjau Rilky, Llvermore. David Rogers, Ruford. Jno. T. Bmitk, Jr., Fordsvllle. B. 1. Dennett, Ccralvo. Dn. G. R. Banders, Ccntertowti. Willi k May, Hayneavllle. J. H. HocKKK, Button. T. C. Floyd, Whltesvllle. V. D. Mains, limine. Hon. It. i IIookkk, Heaver Dam. W. A. OiasoN, Caneyvllle. On. H. F. IU: an, Point Pleasant. ItKin, Hadkn&Co., Rockport, Ky ANNOUNCEMENT .We are authorized to announco James H. Klmmol a Republican candidate for theofflroof BherltT of Ohio county. Election Monday, August 4th, 1H84. PERSONALS. Mrs. A. H. Ralrd, who waatptltoMck lait week, Is Improving. Mr. T. 1'. Render, of LngaiiNixirt, was In town this week and paid us a visit, Mrs. David Duncan, of McHeurv, was the guest of the family of Thos I). Davit last week. Mi...

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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. — 7 May 1884

SANDWICHES. The pocket book In the scepter Hint arrays the world. No matter how Jadr.rt the constitution tua.v be from (lineage or excels, lhe Great German Iuvigorator It permanently. See advertisement. For sale by Thomas & Khnhley. 10 3m -Who lias the biggest Kcket book? m. If. Vanderbllt Who lias the smallest? The editor, you sy? No; the widow. The editor, hasn't got any. Ely'M Cream Halm has cured me of Catarrh of Boveral years staudlug. I have recovered my setiee of taste and mell. The Halm has no equal as a cure. Frank C. Oden, Elizabeth, N. J. Apply with finger. It is not only 'man that makes the pocket book, but ttio oeket book frequently tnakeN the man. A you in; wan Is made better by a sister's love and Fever and Ague are cured by Wilder Chill Tonic also malaria and periodical disorders. ' He member your pocket book, to keep it wholly. Does death end all? Well, no: but Wilder' Stomach Hitters euds alt JndttffBtton otiatimption and Jtttthux Pocket books are uot keys, but...

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 May 1884

Y y k Y MUildUUIl'TJON' ltA.'1'Kti Oiwj copy touo year,,.,.. - Hot) THE ADVMIITIHING KATIfiH HARTFORD HERALD. 8 a I o One copy, six months 75 a o 0 B One copy, tout mouths 50 z. No deduction from these r tiles umler any OueT." HI1W, 25015001750 10 1,0 olrcuuuttiucei. Two.... 1 75 I ft) 400 7 60' I0W 15 00 3 5)1 3 50 6 00 10(H), 15 00 18 00 Ah we are compelled by In w to pay pOHtngo "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMUEEING AT MY BACK.1! HC6I.. aiU. OUO 6 00 7 RM ) 12 H 00 00 2l00 1HUJ no 20 00 to lu mlviinro on papers sent outside of Ohio Sum. 000 8 00 12 00 18 00, a. 00 501)0 County, we nre foieed toreHlie pnymentoii I Col.. to oo 15 00 20 0015 00,50 0 K00 subscriptions lu ndvulire. to All letters on business must no nddreMed VOL. K): HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MAY 14, 1884, NO. 20. For n shorter time nt proportionate tntc. JOHN P.llAHHKTT, Publisher. One Inch of spneo constitutes n square. DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIUtiCTOUY. UIUUUITCOUKT. ilon.LuoluMi'.LHMo, JnUH,...

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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. — 14 May 1884

THE HERALD. joiinihauiu:tt, KditokI i WKDN'KSDAY, MAY 14, 1834. DnMOCMtATKH'OUSTYTKMCET roit Hiir.iurr, HON. 1HCIIJMU) I IIOtiKtilt, or ii:.vi:it dam. Tin: Bullitt county PUmter for Dr. S. M. HoIiIm for tngies and favors a primary election to select tlit nominee. Chaiimm Tout), brother of "Dob Kurd, ulio killed .Ice .lames committed suieidc on the fitli tint., nt Igichmniitl, Mo. Tin; Democratic majoiity in the Into election in Loiimuim 1 nuieii larger than at reMirted. Me Hueiy n elected (iovemor hy majoiity. TAKirrltefonn U the Democratic hhihholethnow. He that talk- Ui Kepublicnn, for if Democracy ecrhad u leading prominent principle it win lowtariif. A (ii:i:.man named IVterinun, of I'ittUiiirgli, Pa., ha- discovered a oh iIhh! of making solidified whisky, making it in plug" like tohaeco. He i having hi1 invention's patented. Kkntitky i- the lirt State to lncak after the defeat of the Mon Noil lull and she speak- out emphatic and positive in behalf of a reduction in tariff rate-...

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 May 1884

Y V. Y A frll K MffERALD. WEDNE8DAY, MAY II, 1884. OUR AGENTS. ho following persons aro authorized to receive subscriptions and retiewuls, advertising In the IIkkam, orders for job work, etc, etc. : WlMi Cooi'Kit, Cromwell. Kduak Kilky, Uvcrmore. David IUmikiuj, Buford, Jno. T. Smith, Jr., FonNvlile. H. P. ISKNNKTTfCcrillvO. Dit. O. B. Haniikiu, Centertown. Wimjk May, Iluytiviivllte. J. II. HociCKit, Button. T. 0. Fixyi, Whlteavlllo. V. 1). Bainh, Bonlne. llos. H. 1'. Hockku, Heaver Dam, W. A. Giiwon, Cmieyvllle. Dit. II. F. Bi:an, Point Pleasant. Bkid, Hadcn&Co., Boclqtort, Ky ANNOUNCEMENT. Won re authorized to announce James II. IClmmel u Bepuhlicuu candidate for thonttlronf Hlierlir of Ohio county. Election Monday, AtigiHt 4th, 1W. PERSONALS. Miss Nettle Duncan, of Mclleury, vWted Ml Mlta Bulrd lut Saturday. Mr. Wtluvmi Wright, of HayiicHvllle iietghtiorhood, wan III to ft.ee 111 hint Friday. Mrs. Al. I '.it I on, who ho been hick forHCVcrul U wo learn eon valeting. Mr. E, T....

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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. — 14 May 1884

SANDWICHES. Murringo rcsembli n village fair, where every one cmleitvoro to trade ofl his lame lioriMMir vicious cow Hound, useful critter. No matter how Jaded the constitution may be from disease or excess, Ihe Ureal German Invlgorator restores tl permanently. See advertisement. Kor sale by Thomas it Klmbley 10 3m The hum lorn widow's might Is a very dlirerent thing from that which we read ubout in the scriptures. Kly's Cream Halm litis cured mo of Caturrli of several years statulln. I hao recovered my tense of taste and smell The Halm hasitoetpialusa rule. Frauk C. Oifueti, Kllzatwth, N. J. Apply with linger. Of u man who died of soft eulng of the bruin, a local paper ays: "Ilia head gave away, but his baud never did. ills brain soflened, but bis heart Couldn't." A miiitf man Is made better by a sister's Jove and Kever and Ague are curat by Wilder'w Chill Tonic ulo maUuiu and periodical disorders. Tlit'.lollowliig concise and approprb ate epitaph appears, by hU own desire, on the ...

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 May 1884

Y k f HUliaOIUPTION' HATKH ADV1CUTIHING ItATKH V)o copy, one ....,! 1 60 THE "5P ar HARTFORD HERALD. One copy.alx months 7fi One copy, font month M 50 No deduction from these rnt?a under any One"...- 'l 1 Wit 1 fi(),l 2 60 1 & 00.1 7 fiO 10(0 nlrcuiuitaucci. i WO ... M! i. (If. 1 UU UU 1UIIU lito Three 2fiI I M A 00 10 Oj' lft 00 laoo An we are compelled by law hi pay postage " THE Four... SCO 0 00 7 so 12 u io uo aoco HERALD COME, OF A NOJ&Y In lulvnhce WORLD, THE NEW!, OB ALL NATION! LUMUERINQ AT MY RACK." Mf'ol.. 4 (XI tt W H 00 H 01)' 20 00 aooo on papers sent oubddu of Ohio boh, H 00 12 00 IK 1U . U0 woo County, we are forced toreijulni imymenton 1 Col.. tow 16 00 vo 00 asoo w o H 00 subscriptions In ndvunce. All letten on business miiMt ho addressed VOL. 10. to HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MAY 21, 1884. NO. 21. For n shorter tlmo nt proportionate rntes, JOHN P. 1IAUUKTT, Publisher. One Inch of npnee constitutes n square. DIREOTOBT. COUNTY IHItKCTOHY, CIHUUITCOUKT. tlon.Luclus l...

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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. — 21 May 1884

THE HERALD. JOHN IMiAUUKTT, KniTou WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 'SS4. w ' IMOCUATICC'OUXTYTICKET ron mikuiit, HON. RICHARD I UOttKEIi, or iu:avi:k dam. Tin: Legislature glue died on Monday night of lat wcok. I..- . Tin: speech of Hon. T. A. in Congress recently on the. Morrison bill, will appear next week. Hon. S. E. Hill was elected a nitliibcrpf the .State Central nttho recent Democratic State Convention held at Frankfort. Hon. J ah. Hum h announced a a candidate for Juric of Davie county. Judge Atchison, proem incumbent, is abo a candidate. Hon. Vm. H. Xok, of McLean county, has been appointed a member of the Hoard of Initialisation of Taxation in the This is a deserved compliment. (tr.N. II. 11, Lox, of Lyon county, V. Carpenter, of Uullitt county, and J. M. Thomas, of Rourbon county have been appointed to superintend the building of the branch penitentiary at Kddyvillc. Tin: forty Democratic who voted with the Republicans to defeat the MorrisMon bill, are very: busy jut now trying to exp...

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 May 1884

Y V A THE HERALD. .WEDNESDAY, MAY ill, 18H4. OUR AGENTS. lio following iwrnoiiH are authorized to receive Hulwcrlptlons and reiiowiilH, HUYtTMNlMg III HIO IlKHAIillj UrillTS JOT Job work, etc., etc.: WiiJj Coopkk. Cromwell. Edoah Hir.KV, Liverwort. David Hookus, Ihiford. J no. T. Smith, Jr., FonNvillo. H. P. ISKNNHrr.CVrnlvo. Dit. G. It. Handkiis, Centertown. Wii.mk May, Haynesvllle. J. IS. HoCKKH, Hllttoll. T. 0. Fmyi, Wlilletivlllv. V. It. Hainh, Iloslne. Hon. It. 1. HooKKit, Heaver Dam. W. A. (Jihson, Caueyvllle. Dh. II. F. Hran, I'olnt Pleasant. Hkix), Haukn A Co., Kockortt Ky ANNOUNCEMENT. Weare authorized toannoiiuee James II. Klmtnel a Itepubllcan candidate for thool.W'onf Hherlll1 of Ohio anility. Klevllmi .Monday, August llh, 1881. Wo are authorial to announce Frank L. Felix an a candidate for the olllco of County Huperlntcndent of Ohio county. Klectlon Augunt Ith.lHHl, PERSONALS. Mr. J. J. Smith, of Fordnvllle, called tone uh lunt Monday. W hml a call yesterday from J.J. T...

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 May 1884

SANDWICHES, Drimkeiinea turn a mm) out of himself, ami lerm n beast fu lib placi. I)yHiep8ln In Its worst form will ieh! to the uws of Carter's Little Nerve 1'IIIh aided by Carter's Utile Liver Tills. They not only relieve pnent illtdrcaH hut strengthen thestomaeh and tllKtw tlvo apparatus. . iHt The net to catch a man matrlmouN ally The brunette. A young man Is innilo better hy a slMer's love and Kevcrniid Ague ure cured by Wilder' Chill Tonic nUo matitria and periodical disorders. Human foresight often leaves Its proudest iowttwor only a.cholce of evil iw.t.h.rit mi nil? Well, no: but Wilder!! Stomach Hitters ends all Indigent ion onauMfltltM nml Jlltlioti Love, though often a dehnlou, Is the Ideal of our veneration. 'Flue birds make Hue feathers," and Wilder SarsMparlila and lNilnMi make the blood pure and healthy. Honest men's words are as good as their bond. Don't fliuko with chills or bum with fever. Wllder's Chill Tonic Is the sure rule. Why Is It that newvp.iper men are ueve...

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