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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 22 December 1875

r , m ;n.. . " On copy, oh year. Tan copits, eat tear. Twenty coplci, cn yaar ...... SO of ab aaaiuonai copy, ire,, cnirge, io iw itUr-up of a dub of tu or twenty. " ' (tUr-up At we i At we are compelled by law to pay pottar Su adraee on un on paprrs lent outtlde or Ublo coast?, are forced to reljttlre peyment oa iMWerietloBtln adtaBM, All paperi trill tie prompt! stepped at l expiration ot tie time tabicribed far. All letter on builneis mast be AfldrtMt J to jo. r. jsiKXBTTS uo.,i-uoiiinrc, the Ive er mtheA JWrifkn aw trantlaUd from the SaedUk -My Jidwafd Axon. A rollinc chaos bides kswaa life. A ft .whose billow are passions and tmic Lol hatred writesjiith Woody pen Ju outoeraoh..bold. 'moWet men. Ah I treachery reeks irom the allar of heart And the saireriBg soul string from envy smart. VThat is the existence? A funeral tune, Or a night with a clouded moon t Hut, alas! through the terrors appears e-tning 'Whose great sublimity I may line. , It stands 'midst kins and misery, brieh...

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. — 22 December 1875

CN THE HERALD. fdin p. nvKHErr voo., PnbiiiJtpr JOIIX P. n.inHETT, Editor.' IT.1RTFOK9, -OHIO CODNTT, KT. WEnxesDAV, dec, 22 1975. SALARY GRAB. Wc thing the Oweiifboro Examiner is in error in stating that the Hon. Jas B. Beck voted for the "Salary Grab" kill as it is often called. Our recollec tion u that Mr. Beck wa absent ntthe time the bill was Toted on. THEMOSEL DISASTER. The loss of life by the Moscl disaster (a brief account of which we gave our waders last week) proves to have been fearful. At least 200 were killed. Thomason-or Thomson., who had the Dinamite Tin his trunk, has confessed that the whole plot was arranged "to blow. up. several vessels to-obtain a fic ticious insurance. He has committed suicide. He said his real name was Thomas, and1 he was a native ot New York. He gave the dame of his-accomplices, but they have not been, made public yet DA VIESS CO UNTF ASSOCII T10N We see from the minutes of the Da viess County Babtist .Association held in August, 1875, that th...

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. — 22 December 1875

3 THE HERALD. 13 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, IK THI TOW OF mum, iu mm, umm, IT JOHN P. BARRETT & CO., AT TBI HICK or S&-Tuso Dollars a Year in Adcance.-&& Jot work of every description done with neatness ud dispatch, at city prices. We bare a fallline of job types, and eolicitthepatronage of tbe b miner i community. Tk portage on erery eopy of TBI IIsbald it prepaid at thit office 0r term of eubttriplion are 3 00 yr year, inrarially in advance. Skouti tkt paper istpxnd publication, from tXny catite, daring lit year, see teitt refund lie money duo on lubtriptlon, or furnitk lubteri ten for tke unexpired tern nitk any paper of the east price tley may eetecl. JideertUemrnti of hutineti men are nlicitedf except tkoeo of taloon keeper! and dealer! in in toxicating fiquon, tekiek tee will not adtnit to our eeftuaat under, any cirtnulum Jill oomununicdCtou! axd contribution! for pub ftealiea rtuit It addrtieed to tke Editor. Comiunitaliont in regard to adeertiiing,an...

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. — 22 December 1875

THE HEIR ALB. . Weattter Sign. The alitor of the Gallatin (Tennes oe) Ertminer contributes theiblloviug tb'tlle large stock of weather signs : "For more than tweuty-five years ire have known n fign by which to de tf rraino 0o probability of rain for that day, which we have not seen fail in a tingle instance, nnd we publiih it that others may verify its certainty, if they choose. Go nut early in the morning, in the .epring, summer and fall, and Jf spiders have, over night, woven their fresh webs over the grass and about the bushes and fence?, set it down for a fair day, even if it looks like rain will pour down in five minutes. The in- tinct of the spider never fools them. They are wiser and surer than General Myers and all lils calculations of prob abilities. A knowledge of this fact may be a sure guide to the farmer as to his day's work." Is the winter of life, when the gaudy flower of personal beauty are nipped by the "rude breathing" of age; when the luster of the blue eye is dim...

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. — 29 December 1875

0n, c9fr, 1 CO Ten copin, on. jerm. ...... 17 SO Twtntj coplw, on. yeM-u... ...... ...... 30 00 An fcdUUooftl cpj, fr. of charge, to tht gaiter-Hp of olubef t.n or twenty. Al w ar ctmptltcd by law to pay poittrt in .Jrane. on pap-rt tent oatifd. of Ohio t.inty, wt art forced to require payment on abterlptioniin ftdrioe.. All papen will b. promptly stopped at the expiration of tba lime labscfibed fun All Ictlerr on bailaen mast be addrcfjej to Jo. P. BlMtTT 4 Co., ruhllthrrf, HOME KAIX M C&T FA LI. If lliti were all oh, if this were all, That into each life tome rairt mast fall, . There were fainter sobs in the poet's rhvinf. ' 'here were fewer wrecks on the shores - of time. Btit tempests ofwoe pass over the soul oince wimis of anguish we cannot control; And shock after shock w arc called to a-, t,ear' Till the lips are white with' the heart's despair. TLe shores of lime with wrecks, are strewn, "Unto the ear comes even a moan Wrecks of hope that set sail with glee, Wreck of Jov...

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. — 29 December 1875

THE HERALD. JSHX P. B 1RBETT CD., rablUtarr JtH P. BAKKETT, Miter. H.VRTreRB, OHIO COUNTY, KT. THE'CRSW HOUSE, f A n m it (Opposite we' Courtbouje - e !ejr T3! T iJuiRIFORD, RJ. . WEBXESDAY, TEl' 29 1S75. " FAREWELL. OLD TEAR. A minds paironflfttiie papei7?suid 'lecture the" Jf cdiwr about how to An a .newspaper, mmjion t lorget to ten nimui ne wouiu - niiKNolrfl.DnuroilriM nnrVrnn iirirrht'. JOhN"SVAUGHr. . rT. . Proprietor. he would SOOn make a grand SUCCCiS OI Comfortable rooms, prompt attention, and I low prices. The traveling publio are rtpeet It. Cr.Hr Invited to rife ui a share of patronage. Follow the foregoing advise and your Every exertion made to render guesH comfort- ... rt 1 11 I countv papcrvwtii nounsn hko a sum mer-snow, dnd the editor .will feel as STAGE 5.I.WE. ...01 r .... V... U .. . 8BGS2B6T8S! la country boy at a town frolic. A ncetthe datc-ofthiriuercT omo county concerned, it is Wn us that another year is hurriedly nseicssior us to give tiiesc suggestions, ge...

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. — 29 December 1875

i: ill Alii THE.HERALD; IS PDBUSHD EVERY "WEDNESDAY VORXIKG, IX THI TOWX or , i IllHflMIlO MUSTY, KESICCKF, JOHN P. BARRETT & CO., ' at the rsiCr or tS'Ttvo DoUarta-Year ii Adcanee.'&i , ' .1 j Job work of eeery description done with neatness and dispatch, at city prices. We hare a fall lis or job types, and tolicU the patronage of tie business coumunlty. , Xif foetaye om retry copy of TBI HERALD if prepaid at ikie ejire. 0r ! of eakecriptin etre I J 00 per year, tMmri"otjf i oicee. .... Skomld tke paper euepend putfieafiopi, from awy tetitee, dvi3 jr"i ( ' money o 4eno, or furniek eulteri bere for tke unexpired term teitk any pnjxr of Ike eame price tkey muiy eelecf, Xieertieemenle of ln'wi " eolieiled; ojecpt ikoee of Soon keeper nn dealer in toxUaling liquor, tckiek tee till mt admit to our cotumneundor any eirtmulaneee. jilt niwHiMlitu and ioKtribulioue for pulf lientien tt t addreeeed to lie Editor. Communieotione i regard tm adrertiim;,andjob work he addreeeed to Ik PM...

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. — 29 December 1875

V THE IIEll ALD. We aw gUtl U) Hotlw Umtuwuy of ht VWttt Wirt RWWfcHrtt IlftlHlsHirt wttttkms for IW fittest Mlklug ton Tkert U hiv.gttWfi tW fact UiAt ft good Wrtlk U thtt hnMUseftil gdtt ihrtt AUd lCw4lfte ftUetttfirti were IvdM h cttWvUnB tRls. aft hn bttcditig Irilk View to its IrttnsliiiMioti, that oVr given to tmt of trrtttiitig atid brecdincr trrrttcfS, horse tlmtcoMil walk five hiUcs ah kolir votitd soon be m nrmntlanl ra 2:30 trotters now nrc The thniblo- how Is that the trkokcowtry fa possessed' of a manin for fiwt trotters, nmi as sootras the-colt it broken to halter, ira matter whether ho l thoroughbred, Cbncstoga, Ivor- man, Clydesdale, Hambletotnan or Canadian, he b put to trotting. The whole country is engaged in training trottcw, from the plow-boy Si the field to the professional on the track, to the- attcr neglect of that more useful, every day gait, the walk. Even the impor ters of draft stallions from Europe have eaught the infection, and, mttead of twinging the b...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 12 January 1876

J' ,. V v-'" . . . m j . . . ub -sr. at . . r- 69 Oi opy oat jeu- ... ! W . Too eopioe, ob ysr......... .. " IT M 'Trnty copies, sno yir.ii ,? Aa Mltlet eopjrtfroo of ohrje,a Us StUr-p of Belabor Isn or twnty. At no in e.mptllW by law low postage la adnata ob pap-M tost oaufdo of Oct coaatr, ws aro for to rtejolre pajmast on . iVerlitlomlndTne. All papers will bo- promptly ststtpea explratloa of tho ttao tabferibtdri All letter on batintii raaitba addrsilfi to BlKBSrt ABOXNB&. PakUsoaf. for the nartforJ Herald. . THEBOXO Ol'lHBHBUf'Wlfc I come from the orient realms afar, To cheer the earth M a meteor alar T nm iVtr rvlrlutlhaaWlltf Mert. And a joyful 'welcome, (or the jt Ks IV .a. ii.. it,.M&ia haM eftn. And voung hope mn frl IhtearktUlny Ob, the? mint not' svln, tT4lFil Year. . .. a 1.1.1.1 at Hit lei Aha ti1t ftllfneV JlUb MUli IV M Vrw - Ennobling the soul with their breath dt vine; , ' 4 The diamond oT faith and the dew-drop rf nrtrap. 8hall hMbjw mt fdbutepe the brlgfi...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 12 January 1876

MJwiJ- ; " - A.N ; -.,2 ' , . 3fi THE HERffll BARRETT BOJCXER, ftUUkue 30X13 p. BARRETT, Ed'ter. HARTFORD. OUIO COl'XT Y, KY WEOXESO.1V, JXS. W. IS7C -Si "n hu interests. little hope? wag a "grandcleannffi -w ... n win camw ... J . J razt Sniiia of thtrlnitiiitlon i orgauiiatton of lItggla; the innumerablo InTilUfuafi dates, who wcra utaossfunVJmquru, - A happy new vearto everybody that, if tins Senatorial contest u evcrTs- il without aa pxecptton.. Wy should decided, there will'be anQtherseiuon of lroj there be an, cxcej)tioa? What reason departures, for eaclj candidate . litis a j ' ran were pe tpc wunnoiuing tnejiesirci i host pr friends who are eagerly ana in Bo the conduct and feejiiiM of others J dustriouslr workiuc for their favorites. I K toivarda us what they way, we areflot IButJ wjll leave thatsubject until after I juJtificdinclierL)hinirafedin!?notcon-lflinvintivtU decided. ' ' .r.t.n u. ir j i : 1 "' . . . I of our fellow creatures. We are com manded to love our enemies...

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. — 12 January 1876

-if- V- VV" "V J r. mi THE-KERAXJJU. is ruBUsucp, fi, w EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUSING, IX TH TOW or BA.RRETT '& BONNER, At TMk raica or 3" Tiro Dollart a Year in Ailcmux.liH Job work of erery description done with eataeit and dlipatoh, at city prleea. Wo hare fall lla or Job types, and loliett the patronage f the baslaeil community. TUt H Hlllll ( I cm erery copy of TBI UlKALD fnpmttf ( Uil njnct. O.r lr anltcrif ore (2 00 ptrytar, ilHn'lttj la arfrflc. , lluM tic ixtixr pJ polfiVnlio", ran y ea, rfanay lie j""' 'iV ,a,y a eaeri0ia"., vr jnrntwm t- lerc lie trpind feral ifa mHgJtnjitf of (it eeai.prire fy jr ' JUttrtittmnU nf wra ore whcitMf; aMatraew eiui ttrpirt ad dciltrt-im fa. ixMli Mwn. trkitk ir (( Hoi oVmiI M o'hj- aaaaiat MMQr QIJT CirCMMf lAHCtfta 4 j Ml tommittU unl eontrilmCott for pl (icetiee Mil le addrttetd to lie Editor. Ctmmitti-t in rtgwd unif iy,aJb ' wrt MKilie M'WMd la tJU 'otlulcr. CQUHTY DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT COURT. Boa. Janet 8teart, Jalge, of Owemboro. Ilea. Jea....

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 12 January 1876

' i . .. ""' ! r;.? , , -. .! , ' ... ' - i.eB-ep. '.. . BMSia.aaBnsjeBB.1 THEHEITALlDr. A G RICU LTUJtAL. liookN nutl Paper on the Farm Book farming has often' been held up to ridicule. AVliiioritti.true.that: liirming from a knowledge gained from hook, wiiitout practical experience. ha generally fittfi?ir6 chctm, J I'M also true that the bf?it success in farm injr is never ntt&incd without the knowledge which may be gained from hooks and papers. Practical export ence, accurate observation and close reckoning, must go with such knowl edge, and the- two must go together in order to make the best gnccess. Tho manufacturer, the merchant, in abort the successful man in any buiiness is ltd who with good judgment gains a knowledge of the operations and expo riences of others engaged in tho same and similar lines of business, and prof its thereby. Such knowledge is chief . ly and most readily gained from books and papers. ' The successful farmer is the reading one. It is only by readi...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 19 January 1876

I -Ji -cr i v - . a.jvt jar JX 'T." S . , " 1 r x, 4. "2? V ' - - VVS"V . V. - - J -1 V'. , 1 - 'i:' A. . - l it so i m m m m m m i m m m m m m ai - mtv m c w mm i - ' : 1 .... i , . n j - One tofji otts Tear-... Ten coplM.'dn Tr........ tFwtntv etnlti. one. ytr ,la aiiatuosu rupr, ireo 01 entrj, t tat petror-up.t. clabo(tn otwenty peuea ip'tM in papri int oatilJe or Ohio I farced to roaslra tajmnt on In tdrcnco )n ccuntT. tt jre HbteripUootin kitraaec. All r J Deri will be tiroBtDUyttsDMd atth expiration f the time nbiertbej fur. 4lUUVftBatlttm'BItbl AAtctni to . , For TheJIirtfard HtritJ. UXOPE AXD 1IKAVEX, fliJ There ibarkunneen itrcvhiehw Akore'tbe liillows or life s elornir tts! An Imorant lf'iWM'OrVt!fe tide. Tho'nltrjen thicken 'roanagrrpm fear YetinBiljairy bark we pccl &iar, Ccrtvn pr port ecu re, irotu rrek. Sbe 4agh M (lie elemental- wnrfmiaihrj Uiuftenltstll ccatnst tlie prow m Vftin, A hand dirccflrnEelftTihlr-well cn be hnslied each AoJQtfrigjtpgx, The5 IrhJ, a fai...

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. — 19 January 1876

TH-E HERA&D. II1RRETT nOXJtER. rabllahera. JOIIX r. BARRETT, EdltAr.-... IT1RTFORD. OHIO COFSTY, KV WEDNESDAY, JAN. 19, 1870. age in the past aa encouraged usxuid, unless a more liberal patronage is given ufe, vre will toko it for granted that our labors are not -Appreciated; that the people of this section do not want such t paper as wo. publish, ami we will quit. GOVERNOR MeCltEARTS SAUR. MES- nnx .tax n RRaft-VKAmunus- LT NOMINATED 0R JL'NITED STATES SENATOR,. . . The Legislature of Kentucky liavo been for n week tryiug tp make a U. 8. Senator. Mr. Beck, Gen. Wil liams, Gov. lclie and Gov. Sleven Kn, Democrat, have been bollottcd Jor. In point of votes they stood in the order their names appear Gov. Stevenson was withdrawn, and on .Ubn Jt Governor Leslie was withdrawn. On Monday night the Democratic n.em bers held a caucus, and, after a long rntd tedious session, Hon. Jab. B. Beck wu unanimously nominated. Ho was no doubt-elected on yesterday. DON'T FAIL TO READ THIS. We comm...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 19 January 1876

-w tin ,fn A T"T IS.nrBtBBSD 1 .j. EVERY WEDNESDAY MQRSING, THt TOW Of BAlfffiW, 6HI0 COUSTY, KENTUCKY, it-rat, rue or 0,ie i?oar awT' w per 3'or.- J.h work ct vnry description don. with I uS "f oh types. ' cf th bntiness eommanlty. itttirttUt i eVreiel r - - ..are, l ." '." V Un fkr O. ' V W f m nri rjr ""Jf '- ..... f ... Al o o.r AU ces-Wcalfe" eofrflkf.oi...rpl. Kark Mil It addr4 t. we ' ""'- coinm Directory. eitetnr cocbt. Uea. JamesSUat,. Judge, Owenebaro, Hon. Js. Ilejerari, Attorney, Owcajboro. A. l. Mortenekartfojrd. j. . ' K. R. MrtyrMterCommllonert UMtford., T. J. Smith. Sheriff, Hartford. E. L. TTl.el W&.'OIarUora. - .. Oaart bagtas eoni Mon,1Jl W tad HoTsmW, lad eoBtUaes three wests each term. COUSTY dOUKT. tl.yr.T:Qngrj Jadg,.IUrtford. Cept. Sam. K, Cox, Clerk, Hartford. J. P. Banderfor, Attorney, Har'Tord.' Ceart begias the firs Monday. In erery math. QUARTERLY COURT." Begins on the S'rd Mondays In Jenaaf y, A prit, Jalj aad October. COURT OF CLAIMS. Begins on 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. — 19 January 1876

'rh-rj- - - Ssbj i i itniii r . & ? . i t ( MtKU J r"T"I ir1lll !! I llllll If " llllSIIM I I. . MMtMM,MWtM maim -. .- i i i i i i 4 -S !-l 4- 1 i 1 - 1 :1 . .Z. " S V - - THEHEHAIiD. .- A GJtZVjL T URA L . "3. - , 'i -y Hfm JiBBslsf Away. TycjTiOT?e fi JciVdwtfto have a disposition forrunninrva firm, steady holcfsTioiilll "IS kept over liiiii, at the Himcttoio speaking gentljr and eu rourajjtugly, eratuie least symptom chicking htm jliarply and scolding him, and never allowjiim to increase lilt ttccd on his own accord, as lea wiU'often-tunes cause liim to break into gallop, -itherMin..iidiugpi ilrivinc, the rein should be hcliTfiniiTv hut not by a constant pull' to deaden the eHmsitivaleiVoT hisnioutK, -taking rtuoccA$ionaIly Urease theorems and fceop the mouth alive by a gentle mo tion of the bit, only just loosening them so that, on the least symptom of rotting, Uiey.may be caught up quick ly, and the'horse be placed well under command without frightening him By a little judi...

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 January 1876

1 9. t . - " ' . . I . ; . - i , ; i r.-t- r -i .v4ttA. 1 1 v" vr- ft.- - - . ..v . v-i subscription hates Ose copy, one ymr. Oen cop, tix monthi n. av. three mantll.........." 1 JO 1 00 so No ileiloctiuq from these rutes under any Ai wo re corapelle.1 by law topny Ftj;e tn dance on imp-M rent ontiide of Ohio county, we are forced to require payment on iulicriptionln nHrance. All ppcr iU be promptly sapped nt the expiration or the time nubjerlbed f ,r. All letters on hune mut he addresd to IlAUUEtT .t llON'NKH. l'uMiher. For Hie Itartfonl Herald. KA1TII, HOVE AXI ClIAniTV. nv M.vnntxiXi:. XviM in three words a polemn meaning lies. AnJ tiion-rh ottr lij those words ofliines impart; Yet not from outward things do they arise, And who e'er knows thcrn learns them from his heurt. Man would of every virtue be bereaved. Ifthcxe three words should he no more believed. , Jinn ie created free, and he is free, Tho' born in chains when stern oppression rules, Let not the people's clamors weigh ...

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. — 26 January 1876

THE HERALD. ii!x.vr..t. tniii:iprH. Mllor. II.IKTJ'OICR. 0:iIO CIU'XTY, KY. avkiixi.vy, sxx. sb, isra. coi. . r;. 'OA'). TIic Owensboro Monitor, in a long editorial, ajsniLihi.s contenij-onuy, Col. J. G. Ford of the SAtcM, for voting for Hon. J. II. Beck for Senator, instead of the Monitor' favorite, Gen. John S. Williams. He charges that Col. Ford was elected to role for (Sen. Williams. If this was true, why did not the county convention that nominated him instruct him, or in some way express a choice for Senator? . But that convention did nothing of the sort, and left its nomi nees to act accordingjo their best judg ment, having fidl confidence that they would act and vole for the best inter ests of the State and the integrity of the Democratic party. This Col. Fonl has done manfully und fearlessly, and deserves the thanks of hi constituents for his independent course. He voted for Gen. Williams until it was perfect ly manifent that he had no show to be elected, unless it was done...

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 January 1876

Si "2 THE HERALD. ts rum.isuKi) EVERY WEDNESDAY MORN 1X0, ix tit ravs or IIAWFOfiD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, nv BAIUiETT & liOXNKH, AT TUB PRICE 'P One Dollar and Eiflj ccnU ici car. ith IUU " IM W Va ., - ntnf-M and dispitch, at city price. U c ua e a fulllineof jobtyprs.anl solicit tho patronage of the business couiuiuniij. Thf jMul'ije on erery ey THE llKKALU it pretmid at tkit ujficc. Onr term, ;f ,Wriptio art Jl 50 Jfrjffr, imrnriably im.adeanee. Skuill Ike pajr jiii pMicaU, fnm amy we, driJ tie jMr.K Kill rrfm.1 the mey Ume o tnhvriptia, r frih Ucr Ler$ far lie Merfirt-l term Kit!, ny ljxr vf tie tauw priet they ,y . t Ar.rtl.rkrU nf iIlCl(,- -.-...I tl., . .ifiii ir uml dtulrn i (Micad'oy Uion, iriiV ici'H m.I mimi'I Ik or All cmieatUi and cnntriboUaHt fur Jml f ..- Mu.f I. S.lrMeJ fi the EJitr. CUiHiValianii rejtirJ tanJiertinattijuh teoei mk((c aJJi ftJ to H( 'IInfr. COUNTY DIRECTORY. eincviT COUIIT. Hoa. James 6tairt, Judge, of Owensboro. Hon. Jt. HT-rafl, Attorney, Owcn...

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 January 1876

T THE HERALD. THUY KXi:V EACH OTIIDIt. Tho Otstinl HeoliiiK of Two Old lititiirf()- Acqiitiiutitiirc u long way l'rciiit Homo. r'rom the Virginia (Ncv.) Enterprise The Ixotblack at the corner tt:iiiiU ing on C. street was looking for a wis turner. He was as Mack as the ace of sj-ades, ami as he carelessly ilustcd off his taml with the stump of a corn lirush he occasionally paused anil,n)lleil his eyes up ami ilown tlie .-trcct. Proently a tall, raw-boned, iniihlle agetl man with a coiiMilcrable length ot gp-itcc ami not a little lircailtli of hnt litn, stopped and glanced at the stand with fnne show of interest. "Have a shine, Imss?" said the own er of tlm stand, giving his chair a part ing slap with his brush. "Shine 'cm in half a minit, sah. You'll jist have time to glance over the mornin' pa pers." Without denying an answer the lank chap climbed into the scat before him. "Wliar ycr rollin' them panU to?" was the first remark after the owner of the stand begau to operate. 'AI1 rig...

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