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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 6 August 1884

r y X V -i sanacniPTioN' iiatiish AttV3GUTlMJN& HATlCH t no copy ,one year...... ........ 1150 THE HARTFORD HERALD. O lie copy ,Mx month 75 One copy, (out months 60 Oiio, I 1 W) I 1 60 f 26016 0") I 7 501 1011- No deduction from these mtoa under any Two., 175 ICO 4 00 7 60, 10 00 15 00 clrcunutuncts. Three-. .. 260 3V 5 00 10 00 15 00 18 U Four....... 3 (XI 6U0 760 12 0u! 18 00 3Ql A" we nr compelled by law (opaypotdHice ' COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS Of ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." HCol..H 400 600 8U0 14 07 2P 00 XCol (J 00 80U 1200 IK 00 . 00 600 'In advance nent outride of Ohio ou papers 1 Col iQOO 15 00, 20 00 35 00 60 0 l.'ounty, wonre forced torco,ulro paymeiiton NubncrlptloiiHtii advance. All letter- on Imnluoss mut lionddreNHed VOL. 10. HARTEOKD, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 6, 1884. NO. 32. Fori, shorter time nt proportionate rate. to One Inch of spar conatltutesn nqtinre. JOII N V. 11AUHKTT, 1'ublUlicr. DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIKECTOUY, CIKUUITCUUKT. ltou,liUolUhlM...

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 August 1884

THE HERALD. 0IINIM3AUUKTT, Kmtok WEDNESDAY, AUG. 0, 1881. National Democratic Ticket KOKI'HEijIDKKT, GKOVEIt CLEVELAND, 0 Xcw York. FOH TIIOS. A. HENDRICKS, Of Lulmntit Ouit Democratic, Local Option chicken croweth grandly to-day over the glorious victory of Ia?t Monday. The Democrat swept the county, carrying everything hefore them ami giving us a foretaste of the glorious triumph awaiting iw in November. Hartford precinct decided ngainft the alc of wliMcy by a vote of lU to 1. Rockport precinct voted it out by a vote of Id I to (W. Praise the Lord for his mercies, and may he bless, the voters for the fetund taken. Tun kittens were all on hand, AVi: are too full for utterance. Wi: will jollify at Reaver Dam. (Jo to Reaver Dam to jollify. Tin: miners voted largly for I lock- or. We will have a big time at Reaver Dam. Eomwvilm; is the "itanner Precinct." Now for Cleveland and Hendricks. E. C. Huiiiuisi) vn at Cromwell Monday. - Davi: Smith want- to buy a farm in Koduo precinct. Rn.ii...

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 August 1884

Y V r ( C?: '.. -? THE HERALD. fswmri i-ML - : WKDNK8DAY, AUG. (I, 1881, OUR AGENTS. he following pcrnou are authorized to receive BulwcrlptlonH and renewal, adverting In the HtiitAM), orderu for Jolt work, etc., etc. : Wax Cooi'Kit, Cromwell. Kixiaic JUi.ky, Llvermore. David IIookks, Huford, Jno. T, Smith, Jr., FonUvillo. 8. 1. IlKNNirrr, Ceralvo. Dit. (J. It. Handkiih, Ceutertowu. Wjm.ik May, llnvneHVIlle. J. 11. Hockkic, Button. T. C KwYl, WhlteHvllIo. V. H. IUinb, Koshie. Hon. U. Hooicim, Hcuver Dam. W. A. UliwoN, Caneyvllle. Dit. II. F. 1Ii:an, I'nlnt PIciiMint. Hkiii, Haiikk&Co., UoeUport, ICy ANNOUNCEMENT. For Coiiurww. 7o the Democratic voter of Ohio county. I tnko thin means of nnuouueliig my-Hell iw a candidate (r reflection to MingretM from the Fourth District of Kentucky ami iwk at your lmiMlna fair ami Just eonAhlcration of my clnlm, During tlin term of Congress Just cloned I endeavored to nrform all my duties to my narty ami my country to the very tat of my ability...

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 August 1884

SANDWICHES. A "tlrull dot:' Is n wiir with u funny tnle. Don't fchuke with chilli or burn with fever. Wllilers Chill Tonl U the sure cure. The parson at the weoMtng U tlio rlijli! man hi the rite tlnce Torn to piece with a cough ? WIN der'M WHil Cherry Tonic will mom! you up as ooI as new, A Rood many "uiiHiMJinonth" are lxrt; hut fUlilui! U reel fun. A youiiK man Is made better by a rMit'h love and Kever ami Akuc are curat by Wilder' Chill Tonic titto malaria and periodical dividers. Those who Iwat us In the swimming day of boyhood are our mothers. Tain fiom Induction, dyspepsia, and tirn hearty eating is rillnved at once of Carters Ultle Liver 1'IIN Immediately after dinner. Don't forget thk III ttt SItep may Unit the raveled leevo of caie,hutlt nlisfdutely to dam holes In Hocks. Doe death end all? Well, no: but Wllder's Htomach Hitters ends all Jmtifcxfion (hniuitjtt'on and JICHS. The Immortal saying: "There's al ways room al the top " wh Invented by a hotel clerk. "Fine birds ma...

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 August 1884

X Y X r nwinT -----l Ml- n 1 muMMViri iiiaifci HUJIdOIUirriOX KAlMCfc aDvicutinIno kathh Onocopy.oiieyoar...... f 150 THE HARTFORD HERALD. el a Onecup.ftx month .. 75 Xi O" 0 lie copy, foul mouth .-. So No Ueductlou from the.e rate under any Olio,., f 100 f 1 fiOl 260 I ft oo 1 7fio;i 10 Two.., 1 75 i& 400 &0! 10 00 13 nlrcuiuittmcea Three 2fi0 3 fiO 6 (X 10 00 IS 00 IK Kour., :i(Ni 6 00 7 fiO 12 00 III 00 A. we are compelled by law tnpnypotnge " COME, THE MUtALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEW Is 01' ALL NATIONS LUMllEMNn AT MY HACK." jCol. 00 8 00 14 00 20 00 tli advance on paper icnt nutfdrio of Ohio HCol, UWJ 1H 00: .It 00 501. County, wearo forced to require pnyiuciitnu I Col, to Of) 15 00 20 00 3500 50 0 HO uhncrlptloiinlu ndvniice, Alt letter on muRt benddreMed VOL. 10. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 13, 1884. NO. 33. For n shorter time nt proportionate rnte. to One Inch of spncoconMitutcao square. JOHN 1MIAUUKTT, rublinlior. DIRECTORY. COUNTY MltECTOKY, UIUUUITUUUltT. tion .Ij...

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 August 1884

THE IIERALD. 01IN IMIAUKKTT, Kditoh WEDNESDAY, A I 1. 13, 1SSI. National Democratic Ticket roillMt. (DENT, Git rEUM,rJVKLAXDf 0, York, VOW VI : 'MUCSIDENT, Til H. A. 1IKXDUICKS, Of Indiana. CONVICT LA 11011. (..wrnor Knott's Loiter. Gown. r Knott Inn written a letter in to one received fiom a miner in thi county to which we wMi, most respectfully, to call the attention of the people of Ohio and Muhlenberg counties The question U not one of law and outer, nor is it one of comfort and relief to Penitentiary convicts hut it isi a question whether the act of the Legislature, pucd hy the manipulation of hired lobbyists in the laf hours of the Legislature, rimll he permitted and enforced hy the Executive, to break down and utterly 1 uiu an industry that has been built up by the capital of Munoof our citizens and hy the labor of a men who arc as honest and a- deserv ing and entitled to as much consideration iw any claw of labor or profession. A coal miner i neither better nor worse than th...

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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. — 13 August 1884

X X. i EHB HERALD. WKDXKSDAY, AUG. 13, 1881. OUR AGENTS. ho following persons uro authorized to receive subscriptions nnd renewals, advertising In the IU:uam, orders lor job woik, etc., etc, : Will Cooi'KK, Cromwell. ICdoah Hilkv, Liverwort. David Hookhs, Huford. J no. T. Burnt, Jr., Fordsvlllo. ti. P. Isknnkxt, Curat vo. I)h. G. H. Handkiw, Centertown. Willi: May, HuYiiesvlllo. J. 11. Hocickh, Sutton. T. C. Floyd, Whllesvtlle. V, H. Kains. Koslne. Hon. It. P. IIocickh, Heaver Dum. W. A. Giiwon, Cniieyvilie. Dit. II. F. I)i:an, Point Pleasant. ItKtu, IIadcn iU'o.i Hockport, ICy ANNOUNCEMENT. For ConurrM. lo the Democratic wtm Ohio county: I take IIiIh menus of nnnoiinclug myself us u candidate for re-election hi tlie Fourth Di.stilcl of Kentucky hihI iwk nt your Imndsii fair and JtiHt eonsiderotlnn of my dtilm. Dnrhitftho term of Congress Just I endeavored to ptrform nil my duties to my party and my country to the .very liwt of mv ability. If. after careful ruvlew of my conduct, you...

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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. — 13 August 1884

SANDWICHES, A groat wag n iIok'h Ull. "Fine blnls make flue funllierH," nml WIMer'HSiranpnrlllu iititl Potattti nuiku the blood pure and heultliy. Hang up A bomb exploding In inld air. A young man In nindo better by n elater'H love ami Fever and Ague nr cured by Wilder' Chill 1)nlo almi malaria nml periodical dlsordern. The agricultural fair The farmer!! (laughter. Torn to pieces with a cough ? VH der'8 Wihl Cherry Tonic will meml you up an goml us new. Hot rolls toeing around hi a IkmI of a Miltry Hummer night. Don't HhaUe w Ith chllln or burn u Jilt fever. Wllder'n Chill Toulo Is the stifn tunc. Souk of tlio Uiiltol Stales navy "Oakum oakum with mt!" 'I hae ImiIIi umI and hiM l'rlckley Ash JlfltetH fora number of year, and think it the IratbhterH made for Hilloiw Ltvtr Complaint ami for toning up the Fystem," m writes W. il. Cole, Dtugglflt, ot Joplin, Mo. A tdugle trial of this remedy will rouviuceauy per Mm of tin? truth of thcnlove. &! It Ijovw is blind. Thut is why ho many...

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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. — 20 August 1884

- a Y .x SUHHCMfclPTiOX UA.'L'J0iS AUVKIITIHING ItATUH lJnoeopy,onoycar...... flfiO THE HARTFORD HERALD. Vj no copy, six mouth , 75 Vjuecopy, foui months Au Nu deduction from these rut under any One 1 1 w$ i sut 250 1 A fill 7 FjY 10 ii Two . 150 4 00 7 60, 10 i It IM Mrcuuutiuice. Three...... 2 50 am 500 10 W 15 J lMit Kour . &oM 7 50 12 00, 10 00 Ah we are compelled by law to pay postage " COME, TJIK 11F.11ALI) OF A NOISY WOULD, THE 2WWS Of ALL NATIONS LUM11EIIINO AT MY BACK." Kci 8 00, H00 1100 2tMX) :m. Ih ndvnnco on pnpers sent outside of Ohio HCol tf UU 8 (ft, 1200 IS 00, . 00 51 County, we nro forced to remdro payment on 1 Col....... tow 15 00 20 00 35 00 50 0 MUbscrlptlnuiilli advance. All letters on business must he addressed VOL. 10. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 20, 188d. NO. 34 For n shorter time nt proportionate rntis. to Onelncliof npncecoiintltntcmi wtunre. JOHN 1. 11AUKKTT, Publisher. JDIREOTOKY. COUNTY DIHKOTOUY, OIUCUITOOUUT. Hon .I.ueltul. WHle, Judge.OvyonHboro....

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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. — 20 August 1884

THE HERALD. OUN l'.llAUUKTT, KtHTOU WKDNKSDAY, A 10. SO, 1BSI. National Democratic Ticket. KOKl'HKSIDKNT, OKOVEIUMiKVKLAXI), Of Anc York. KOlt VUMMWSIDKNT, Til OS. A. HKNMMUCKS, Oj Jiittiana, CONVICT LA1I0K. Tlir'omiiilloiirri Uiwv o ltlulif lo Hire rmiWets. tlipiimmlstloner Viilrrlnil Ilie The Ueneral Statutes of Kentucky provide Unit nil iwrMiiw guilty ol felony toliull Im roiilliivd lit the Penitentiary. This coulliieiiivut Includes nolilary aud hiinl labor hi the The right or constitutional power of any legislature to depait from general Jaw, has always called in ipiesllon hy the llrsl Jurists of every age, hut, concediug that our legislature has the light to withdraw hy enactment u taln class of criminal from tlie the question of restriction naturally arises. There must be some limit to legislative potentiality. If any one class of criminals can be taken by contract or lease from within the eon stlUitlunnl boundarleH of conlluement aud labor, there can be no logical reason give...

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. — 20 August 1884

Y Y X I Sa. THE 11E1ULD, WtiDXKMDAY, AUU. 1M, 18 HI. OUR AGENTS. lie following pornom are authorized to receive HiihHcrliitloiiH and renown!, advertising In the Hkkai.d, order for joh work, etc., etc.: WlU. Ooopkk, Cromwell. Kihiah Jtu.KY, Llveriunro. David Hookiis, Huford. Jnc. T, Hmitii, Jr., KonNvIllo. ti. 1 HKNNKrrtCVriilv. Du. (I. it. Handkkm, Contertowii. WlhMK Mav, Jlaynoavllle. J. to, IIockkk, Button. T. 0. Kwjyii, WhlloMvlllo. V. 11. Hainh, HohIii!. Hon. It. 1 MooKKit, Heaver Dam. W. A. (Jiiihon, CuueyvWe. !)n. II. K. Hkan, Point I'leumiiit. limit. Haii:n A Co., Itoekpntt, Ky ANNOUNCEMENT Fop Coiifsreftn lo the Democratic vott r of Ohio county: I take thin mount uf announcing my-hell hh u ciuulldato for ree'eellnii to Omgru Irnui the Fourth District of Kentucky ami ak at your hands n fair and Jut consideration of my claim-. During thu term ofCongrosM I endeavored to ptrform all my duties to my parly and my country to thu very lnt of my ability. If, after a cartful review 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. — 20 August 1884

SANDWICH! A new kind of beer Is nuulefroni rlw In n JUvarhn brewery, "Klue birds make Hi feathers," and Wilder's tianaimrllKi uud Potash make the blood pure and h i Hliy, Next to love, Hympathy N the p'ilon of tlip human heart. A yon g man made better by n alster'fl Itiveuml iverand Akiig nro cured by Wild In Chill 1,.I, nl mnlarUt and p fix Ileal tlNoiders. '1 lie company In which you will Im - prove nost will b the kwt expensive to you. Torn lo pieces with a cough ? Wilder Wild Cherry Tonic will mend you up a good as new. He wim, receives a good turn hIiouM never foiget It; but he wiio ilova one hhouM remember It. i)oii'l Mliako with chills or burn with fever. WHder's Chill Tonic Is the sure cine. Kyen delirium tieinens Is now traced to a micrococcus: "the worm of the Mill." Does death end all? Well, no: but WHder's Stomach Mtteis ends all fiittljCfitton G)ii8itnj)tion and llUVum Prairie dogs, It Is estimated, destroy annually ten million dollars1 worth of grass In Texas. An ocean...

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. — 27 August 1884

) y Y iMWMWMlUIMM MOMWUMIMI MlJItdUlUPTlON' UA'i'KH ADV1CHT1HINO ltATMM U no copy, imeyour... ....... 11 flu THE HARTFORD HERALD. One copy, nix month 7fi t n a C One copy, fnui mouth Go w if No deduction from those rales under any One . f 1001 1&)I 250J500l7ti : ion itrcuuintmiceN, Two 1 ifio 4 00 fiO 10 00 15 Three...... 2 60 3 6o 600 10 00 16 00 lhU An w uro compelled by Uw to pay potdiiKu "J VOAM, TJM It KHALI) OF A NOISY WOULD, TJM NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMllFJiJNO AT MY HACK." Hour 3 00 5 00 7 MM 12 O0j 16 U0 'JO lu advance on import Hont ouInMo of Ohio MCot 4 1)0 8 00 8 00. 14 00' OMJO HCoi, ..... 0 00 K00 12 00 IN 00i UJ 3(l County, u euro forced to require payment on I Col In 00 15 00 20 00 3500 60 0 Mibscrlplloiisln advance. All letlem on bo! news tuiiftt he addressed VOL. 10. HARTFORD, to KENTUCKY, AUGUST 27, 1884. NO. 35. Forimlinrtcrtlme nt proportionate rntec JOHN 1. 1IAUUKTT, Puldlidirr. Onelnch of HpacoconMltuteaa nquare. DIREOTOBY. COUNTY DIKKCTOUV, UIUUUITCOllKT. ...

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. — 27 August 1884

TTTTil HE Tv A Tj D OHN IMIAHHKTT, Editor WKDN'KSDAY, A 10. 27, 1SS1. National Democratic Ticket. KOKIMIKSIOKNT, OKOVEKCLEVKLAXI), Of Xviv Ynrt: FOK THOS. A. IIEXDKU'KS, )" Imlhnia, The True Relation or Com let Labor to tlio Sncinl, Moral ami Comnierchil Interest- or tin .Mining IIMrlrf. In the event that tlie ficc Illinois aie, on account of their Hpuimnce to Ie:ied lalmr, the reduction of tlicir and the probable oeial contamination incident to that cla of laborers compelled to change their ieidences, to ieek inoie congenial sections and more remunerative labor; the mining center? and contiguous to such centers will culler material injury. Public Schools loeated in the immediate vicinity of the mines aie mainly dependent for Mipport on the children of the miner.. Thoe children make up more than the chool population of th" district? situated in and around the mitie'. School dUtiict which now employ competent teachers and maintain good fiee schools for five month-, will in the event ...

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. — 27 August 1884

-y fctSGRANP OPENING at SMALL'S TltADti PALACE, next TL1E HERALD . I "1- WKDNKSDAY, AUG, 27, 1881. OUR AGENTS. he following persons are authorized to receive subscriptions and renewals, advertising In the Hkkami, oiders lor ob work, etc., etc.: Will Coopkh, Cromwell. KwiAK JUl.KY, Llvermoro. David Uookiw, Jhiford. Jno. T. Smith, Jr., Fordsvllle. H. P. IlKNNKTT.Ceralvo. 1)H. O. It. Handkuw, Contort own. WtiXtK Mav, Havnesvllle. J. It. Hockku, Sutton. T. O. Floyd, VlillcfMvllli. V. 11. Kainh, I tosh k. Hon. H. P. Hockkk, Heaver Dam. W. A. UinsoN, Caiieyvllle. Dit. II. K. Hkan, Point Pleasant. Hkid. Haiiks A Co., ItK'kMri, Ky PERSONALS Itevs. W. C. HayeH and Clia. It. O.nue commenced a meeting at Itethel nurch last Sunday. Mrs. J. I. CollhiH and son, Kandall, returned from a visit to relative In Kllzalwtutowu, last Monday. Mr. W. H. William and son, Ilenty, left yesterday for Calhoun, where they will remain for a few days vIMtlng friends. Mr. Henry (latum nud wife, of South Currollloii...

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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. — 27 August 1884

SANDWICHES. Someone claims to have il lowered Hint chloroform will rnro cliolna. We flinuM think It inllit It Iihh W known licMinnK)Vfn iiihI dNtiMiltit HK'tithi love, am! t In are inorestnh. born niiiUtlitH tliuii choluu. "Fine lilnla make llm fentlieris" and WlhleiV SurMipuililiiuuil l'otauli make the Ii1(hmI pure nint In nllhy. lively iIokI.m IiN ilay, tliecutH take the nU'lilMhe leeineii ami the milk men tin enilj undoing lmurn, ntul the M'Ihi i urliuhT wllh hNUII and the frtilln mi wllh 1.1m yawp take the rent ufu lid time Hint Is worth living. A mii K mull ninth hotter ly a fllster'ttltivenml KeveramI Ague are emit ly Wild..' Chill Tonic tikn vtatatto ami i itMllml disorder. as dolls' dnMnnker at Hulyoke, Mus AuIbii l hung out which reads, "Doll1 diMH made and Mild here." !)dfti!d timny Mile fclrla are hmmi ftiirKluK Horn the door with dolls in their arms. Torn In pieces w ith u eotitjh V WIN del' Wild Cherry Toiile will mend you i ih good h new. Thoughtful lrl now line the pa...

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. — 3 September 1884

y f K T - I arn man ibii iiinii nirfnui mi mm rrTirrniinn'Tirr SUIIdOUtU'l'IUN 11A.TJCH YDVlCXtriHINC II VT B M l- w . tOiiooopy,onoyear....H - I IfiO THE HARTFORD HERALD. ne copy ,iilx month 75 a S F 2 w a 8 r & b copy, lmu mouth .... &i X a ST a a " VJ One Nil deduction from these rate underany one. rrmm s 1 w 1 1 &o 1 2 ao,i s 00 7 so f ion Two 17 ffio 4WJ 7fiWtlOU 15 OU alroniiutnncpa. Three 2 W fio S W K 15 W lUO An we are compelled by lnw to pity poshine VOAM, TIM JMJIALI) OF A NOl&Y WOULD, TIM NJSW& 01 ALL NATIONS LVMlWRINd AT MY HACK, WUnl hour 3Wi 4 00 6W 800 7 800 50 WUOf 1400,2000 lftlW am i uilvHiice on paper went outside of Ohio KUol 8 00 8 110 12 JO 1H 00 X U) 5UC County, we urn forced to require payiueulou lUol 1000 tSOO 2000 35 00 60 0 9(o ulM!iiptlotiNlii advance Alt lettern on builnps niunt be addressed VOIi. 10. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1884. NO. 3G. For a shorter time nt proportionate mttn. to Oneltichof NpnceromtUntfPB square. JOHN 1M...

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. — 3 September 1884

mmttm rp XT T j:i JU A j Jj . JOHN IMIAHUKTT, KntTOH WEDNESDAY, SKPT. 3, 18S4. National Democratic Ticket. KOH IMIKSIDKNT, UKOVElt CLEVELAND, 0 Xew York. THUS. A. HENDRICKS, Of Indiana. The Oovcrnor'fl Hull. Sunday' Lhurlcrhumal niiulitflieil nil extended description f the bull at Crab Orchard, lnrt Friday night, at which all the hulic iVinii Min. (Jnvernor down to hist June's tlehutnnte were dieted priii ..i.... IK in tliiinwmils. We wonder if uiiittitj his excellency, while surrounded by the beauty and fashion of the occasion, thought once uf the pale, careworn wives of the poor miners, who will ere long, be rendered uuil homeless by Ins persistency in the mutter of the convict labor The Governor ha studiously nought to make the on the public mind that he is a man of fceverc simplicity of life and rigid economy in the matter of pergonal expenditure, and the latter truth is undoubtedly established by the unequivocal testimony of unimpeachable witnesses with whom we have talked and ...

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. — 3 September 1884

1 Y f M I I - - J? HE HERALD. WEDNKSDAY, tiI2PT. it, 188I. OUR AGENTS. lie following pernon uro authorized to receive mih.scriptloiiH and renewal udvertlsliiKln the IlKitALit, ordera tor dIi work, etc, etc.: WiLLCooi'tiit, Cromwell. Kihiak Kilkv, Llverniore. David IUmikks, JIufonl. Jno. T. Smith, Jr., Fordsville. H. 1 l)it. O. It. Handkiu, Centcrlowii. Willik May, HnyneHVlllo. J. J. HOCKKK, Button, T. O. Floyd, WhttuMvlllo. V. 1. Hainh, lUwIue. Hon. It, 1'. UooKKit, Heaver Dam. W. A. Uiiwon, Ouneyvllle. l)u. II. P. Hijan, Point rieasuut. ltKii). 1Iaii:n A Co., lt(KkN)rt, Ky PERSONALS. J mm It. I locker, of Sutton, I u new pupil of llartfoiil College. Kdgnr Troutninu, of Owensboro, wan In town u day or two this week. Our voting friend, 1.0. Kenfrow. Iihh taken liU place In Ihu llaunr, again. Mr. V. JI. WIIIIuiuh mid wm, W. II. Jr., of Hartford, uro vImUIuk C'iiIIumiii friends, Gmrfir. Mlt Aiiulo Woodward, a former of Hartford (Allege, ha returned and Is attending this M(hm H:il lie 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. — 3 September 1884

SANDWICH dm Whoever heart! of u hut hnml play- htg a Hint? A niHM tM whlnm 11I1U to lulftt the ulud by whistling fii a hreee. Don' xhuke w 111) chilli or burn with fever. WIMer'n CM lit Tonic U ttiu Min cure. The (Mpaclty of t ! bill pitcher (Ioch not iU'h;ihI Umii the number of quarlH hi will hulil. Torn to pieces with a cough ? Wll - iler'n Wild Cherry Tonic will menu you up m hooiI as new. When a woman thinks this worhl revolves aioutul her hiisb.mil she nat urally nkHnfliIm as "hubby." "He loveil not wisely, but too swell," was Hi" icmark m ulc by a young man who hail UeiiJIIteil by an helre. "Khte birds make lint feathery" and Vllder?8uihUparillauhd l'otu&h make the blood pure ami huillhy. Darllnir, has your love grown cold?' aked the bride of her young husband. Not iib ciihl nH the collee Is," was bin uufeellug response. Does death end all? Well, no: but Wllder'n .StoniMch Hitters ends all Jiullgrttton OtiiHumptton ami JiitfiouH net. A young man N made better by a ulster's...

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