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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 2 February 1876

m. I' ADVIiRTISING IVTMK;.'' SUnSCIltlMTON Il-Vl'ES. RTF . t Ono copy, nc year- S I Oen eopi, U month .. 1 Oho copy, thrca miitti 50 No deJuctiun lroui thce rattu umler liny circumituno t. As we nro -miolIo.l liy law lo pay po? tajo in silvance on jupr ttnX. uulita ut Ohio comity, wc arc furrixt retjulru payment on mWriptionf in mlvauop. All paper will lo promptly st.mpf.l at t!io vxptratiou of tlio timo ulierilc.l f r. All letter on buine4 must In a Jilri,e.l to 11 AllKKVT A. nON'Nl'K, ruMili.rs. I.i & l--l s L'-Jl , !t IH -, jTtlli.ii rwo. I.T 1 2.3M 4.M 7.i t.oi ll J.m Three! -'! i-wA '"-H 5-("-l;,:" Fur! .U 5 01 1 7JJr 12.M l".0jii,l)u ' COME, THE 1IEI!ATJ OF A NOfSV WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUiriiEniNC AT 3tY HACK.' I Oil. I CM 1 R.3l' H.0B1 12.W1, I3.M 30.011 ln.iw S5.tr ; "H.or a-vr; 5".op"-in VOL. HAUTtfOBI), OHIO COUNTY, KY FEBRUARY 1S76. NO. 4. Kir shorter timr, .11 priMirlionalrratrf. One ineh rMira CAhglitutea tqnare. THE HERALD. r. v From Scuhncr. A COASTAXT K...

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. — 2 February 1876

THE HERALD. nvnni:rr iionnkii. iuiii!i-r. JOIIX I It.VKKKTT, IMilor. IMKTFOKIK OHIO COl'XTY, KY, 1VI;XIM.1Y, KKIl. 2, 1S70. ut WoiurnN IIIkIUn Itcrogntxert I.uM. Mrs. Cornelia Bush, of Franklin county, was elected State Lilirarinn last week, and an at was -passe! hy the Legislature making her a fane .. If it is an office that the duties can Ihj discharged hy a lady, we say amen, for there arc thousands of places all over the land filled hy great lazy hulks of men that could ho hetter filled hy l.idies. Things ought to Ihj arranged si as to open more avenues of profits a')le employment to women. The Centennial Bill appropriating one anil a half million dollars towards defraying the expenses of the centen nial exhibition has passed the lower House of Congress, nnd has also hcen reported hy the committee in the Sen ate, and it will, without doubt, pass that body and become n law. This is right nnd we are sorry thnt the Ken tucky delegation voted against the ap propriation. The sum thus...

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 February 1876

THE HERALD. IS FUlll.ISIlED EVERY WKDXKSDAY MOKXINCi, IK TIIR TuVTM of HAETFOM, OHIO COUSTT, KENTUCKY, BARRETT & ROSXER, at the price r One Mir awl Eifly rmh jt 'mr. Job work of every description .lone with .......... ..i ,ii,n..tch.at city prices. nave a full tin. of job ty,.c. and s olieit the patronage of the business coiuiaumij. Tk'Prt3' " "IV " T,1K .. urruotrf !. .... Our ! eriylio art $1 50 jtrycar, inrnrialU if adramet. .?W.I I rF '"l'''"""". Ur. for I. MtrpirrJ Urm y plr of tkt ,amt price tiry -'H "'' ,. ., , A,hrti.m't of otfi if r ,.J,trd; wnlrt.M ' Llr. aJ ,U.,Ur. , tax.Vat.-MJ liaM", ,-liV iriH Hut a.ll lo our (IJ dBUMimlimi ami contnltUo-for pb .. ... . i . J,tr...,A lulie Editor. OmmaaiVati'Mm rrjard t.aJrrrt,.,3,adjob ork un.lbt addrturd lo t" i -n..r,.. COUNTY DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT COUHT. Hn. James Stuart, Judge, of Owonsboro. Hon. Jof. Haycraft, Attorney, Owensboro. A. L. Morton, Clerk, Hartford. K. R. Murrell, Master Commissioner, Hartford. T. J. Smith, Eheritt",...

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. — 2 February 1876

THE HERALD. AGRICVL TURA L, Il:!(n!hiK Horses. Horses can be etliicatotl to the extent, of their un Jer?t:ui(lin :w well as cliil ffrcit, :t:nl can lc a easily iltinutgttl or initial by bail r.r.jnaenient. We be lieve that the great lUUVrenre lountl in hor.-es as to vh-iou.- habits or reliability conic more Irom the tlilierent manage- iuentif ini'ii than from vai i.mee f natunil (li.'iKMition in the animal. Hoiycs with high mettle arc more eas ily eilncateil than tlio-o i)fles or lnll .)rrit., ami are more .ueei)tible to ill tr.iitiing, and continently may lie as gootl or bad according to the ctlutxttimi lliey receive. IIoie. with dull spirits are not by any mean proof nram.-t bad manage ment, for in them mav Ik found the nnt jinivoking obstinacy; vieiou hab its ot ditlurciit characters that render them almot entirely worthless. Could thc-coniniir irencration of horses in this country Ik kept from their days of coIiIiikkI to the age of five years in the hands of good, careful manage...

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 February 1876

t SUBSCRIPTION IiA'PKS. Y DVEET I M I N O RATES, THE HARTFORD HERALD. " COME, THE HERALD OF A NOIS1" WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY HACK." j& One copy, one year- $ 1 JO Oen eojn, ix months 1 OH One copy, three month; -.. 50 No deduction from thcio rates under any clrcumstr.ne As we nre enmpclle.l by law to pay postBRO in adrance on papers sent outsido or Ohio county, we arc forced to require payment on luWriptions in advance. All papers will he promptly stopped at the expiration of the time subscribed for. Alt letters on business must ho addressed to IUIUtKTT .t BON'SKll, Publishers. 3. -1 0.0 Two Three 1.7 :.5 lo.Cb li.On 2 in! S.OUi lO.Ot 8.00 Four I Col.i 1 Col. I CoL : in : 5-nri 7-5l4 I2.t IK.0I L-D.oo -!.) I 6.0' f?.Q(l 14.0r 20. B.0IH S.00 12.011, 1S.0N SO, lo.oo! li.tV'1 an.opi 35.M-1 si .oo; VOL. 2. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY FEBRUARY 9, 1876. 5. For ihnrter time, at proportionate ratri. una iQca 01 parc conjucaie a qnare For llic Ilarlfonl Herald, i.irir...

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. — 9 February 1876

0$ THE XIERiVLD. nimn:rr v r.;Ni:;t, I'ni.iKiirrs. J1J1SX I ISAKKKTT, Ilililor. HA::Ti':c:t.::io cofxrv, ky. wk:x::sjay, viwt. o. isto. Vi:nrc glail to s-ec that the dmrirr Jntrndl lia? proved that JefllTson county i not a pauper county. When wc- .-uv this statcinont copioil (nun the Auditor's report, wc fell Mire that tlioro must 1ms int niitukt Louisville i too arrogant in licr do "himiil for local appropriations and al leging with too much i-onfidcnee that she pays one-liftlf the- revenue of the State to he a pauper city, and then too while the country merchants arc pay ing her merchants ten per cent, inter est, compounded every month or so, she is not likely to become a pauper city; hut, if the ten per cent law is con tinned much loniror. all the other counties will become pauper counties. M. CEXTEXX1AL. The bill appropriating money to de fray the expenses of having our Plate represented at the Centennial exhi bition, has been killed in the llou-o. This was a piece of cloe fiste...

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. — 9 February 1876

TED) HERALD. IS PUULISHEn EVERY WEDNESDAY MOKXIXCJ, ix Tint tows or BAETF3SP, OHIO COUSTV, KEXTl'CKV, r.Y ll.YRUETT & HONNKIi, AT THE TRICE or One DMxr ami ImTjt oniM ;vr lrtr, Job work of every description done ith neatness and dispatch, at city prices. We hare a full line of jab types, n t solieit lhciatronagc oi (be business community. rjxt(7e m ertry eoig n The HeuaM) it prepaid i( ffti't t. Our term- iff muktcriptlun nre Jl iO r yenr, itmm lit nUMnee. SlamM lit JHflX- (Itlflti nWV.lllOM, VW my !, Jarimg tie jnr, ire ifi7 refund tie Mnw rfiie on nvif"s fr frnU itberi ken r tie rjrpre-l term Kill any paper of tkr tamepriee lsy wijf te'eet. Atlcert!emMtm &t"i' mm nre eolielted; txcml ilms " mC-hic kernel mf Jeoltrt m in taxienliay Hqnorv, tekiek ve teili nut admit fa utr ttlttiu muter uny rircmniMHcrit. J( eoMMinu'e-Kitfiit nmi eontrHmtioni jar pul ticatiom nuilke nJdrel folc Vdihir. (J)mie.i(iitirrjnri tndrenitij,anJ jl wert Mt(l addreuetl to lie i'tfahsarra. COUNTY DIREC...

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 February 1876

.4 -V-. THE HERALD. Dynamite ns nil i:iiloviii. St. Luis has a magsizinc of tlii- great explosive situate! in tho suburlH. A GUtbe-Dnwvrat reporter visited the place the other day, ami gives some interesting notes. Mr. Fred. Julian, the agent, showed the reporter that there was not the least danger of a pre mature explosion. Tho house where the dynamite is stowed is about fifteen feet pqnare; of course has no windows, and hut one metal door, several feet from the ground. Mr. Julian unlocked the iron mag azine door and proceeded to scramble in with a lighted cigar in his mouth. This proceeding was viewed with no little misgivings by the night of the Pabcr, who wayr however, by no means reassured by the carelessness with wliich he knocked tho lwxcs of the awful sutaUmec to and fro, with the most reckless disregard of com mon impressions concerning dynamite. Finally, selecting a twenty-five pound 1hx, he pitched it out of the door, down to the ground, a distance of six or eight feet, w...

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 February 1876

THE HARTFORD HERALD; " COME, Till-: HEIiALD OF Ji NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LVMIiESllING AT MY BACK." ADVERTISING ItATES. Out Copy, ono year- $ 1'50 Oen ttf l, ix months 1 W One rojiy, thr month 50 No di-daetion IVom tlieso rates under any cireunnlniio-s. A we ro eortpellcd by law to pay postage in advance on pap'rs ent outside of Ohio county, we are forced to requiro payment on subscriptions in idvanco. Ail papers will he promptly stepped ,at the expiration of the timo subaeriticd for. All letters on business must bo addressed to IIMIUKTT .t KOXNElt, Vublislirrs, Two.J l.T' 2.5f 4.01.' T.S'1 1(I.IK.,I5,0I Three: 2tw rs.i S.eo, 10.0 I5.mi,8.' Vqjr.l. X.otH4 5 01.1 7Ja 13.01 ) t.tttii.o i Cut., -l.O'-l -ft.O. , 8.IX 14.0k 2U.Of.ra 91 i Cor.! Or' n.OcA lr.onj rs.mij 3U.ou40.hu CU to.i zxm 20.0fti xi. wi jn.oortio.oti VOL. 2. HAHTEORD, pHIO COUNTY, KY FEBRTXABY 16, 1876. NO. 6-. Fur aburtrr time, at nrutiur'.iunalr rain. r 'Oiw'rorh uf tpin constitute ciqnare. SUBSORIPTION B...

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 February 1876

THE IIERALD. BIRKI'.rr DHyXKR, Pnbllahrtne. JOHN I. IIlItUKTT. Ktlllor. II IKTFttlllK OHIO COl'.V TV, K Y WmK.S!AY, l'Kil. Ill, IN7B. THK lower lloiHcof l ir.v'rvf , hy a voto f 186 to f7, wcil :i repeal inir lite H.uikrupt law; the rriwtl to take cllVct January 1st, 1877, hut not apply to suits in process of settlement. Jamih F. Caxf.y, another of the nation' wanU, and a hrother-in-law of the magnet toward which all present tlow, has leeii indictcil hy the grand jury at New Orleans for connection with the whisky ring; ami J. Ham: SvriiKR, a fit companion for C.isky, Babcock and the Spynx, has alo wan dered .on the road, the. crookedness of which will eventually carry him to the Penitentiary. One nv onk the lightnings oi jtir-tieo arc lopping off the branches from the main trunk, and, though it may escape total destruction, so scarred and dis figured will he the blackened stem from which those poisonous branches sprung, that it will Ikj a thing of beauty no more forever, hut a sad w...

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 February 1876

- L 1 4 ' THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WKDSKSDAY MOUSING tX TH( TllW or IARTMW, WIS WUffi, KENTUCKY, BARRETT fc BONNER, AT Till r tics or One Dollar and Ftfo cent per Year, Job work of erery deieription dono with neetaesi and dispatch, at city prieei. Wo here fulltiae of Jobtypei.aad loliett the patronage of Ik businesi community. Oar Icrm . nhtriflhn re fl S yr"- huh, rfn'f e jear.sce wi'K r"" efec orrilion, or frnUk seosrri l,rt or lie mtxp!rrd ttrm -ilA- of eeiejricetafjrtjr ... , lA'uanHir Oiuin'tf men are esficifrti, xtllUx eaiooe teeners i efeaiere Iwinliat ti'rt, we etH not rfm( to our lmcrjIrMtoncM. AH tmmmmeio-t iU ttriUtiont for pub. (.'ilUo it tf to ee tenor. ftrnMeerratreetui rrrortt teaeVrre Uxugfiud jab work msl rfilrif to reeiteaere. COTTHTY DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT COURT. Hoi. Jemei Stuart, Judge, Oweasboro. Hon. Jes. Hayeraft, Atteraey, Oe-eaibero. A. Ia. Morton, Clerk, Hartford. K. R. Karrell, Mailer Commliiioner, Hittfirl T. J. Smith, Bhoriff, Hartford. B. L. Win, Jai...

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 February 1876

V. .... A a' -41HH V 'il .fAir . lei A ' HI! 33-i i M2SHfe lSsnj on Agrlrnlfure. Uorul o lore ltnt-lttiuni ;rani;i', rt:itur. elny, February 5lh, IS70. For the Hnrtforif IiernH "Worthy Mastrk, UuoTirnus ash Sisteiij: t Jinpc you will not think it presumption in miu ?o-ou:ik and hum- itic as mysclt, to aulimit to tins honor- ahle assemblage, u!TJIpcrfi?irt . m . rtJmugliUuipon the iuiportant Mihjcct f agriculture; in which we, nnd the human family generally arc- so deeply interested. Agriculture can claim precedence , .over all other secular pursuit-s; in point of ago and usefulness. It was instituted by God himself, in the . tv (Jarden of Eden, for it is written that , . God placed man in the Garden to dress and keep if. And as for useful ncss, it is the leading and most itnjwr- tant employment of the human family. Iudecd it is a necessity; for the very . ' - existence of man and tho domestic nn- .imals, depends upon the cultivation of the earth. If the grains, grasses, escu lent ro...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 23 February 1876

ft - s 1 ftJnSC5ltIITlN KATES. 0 rapy, one J ! 1 S(l Uh eop, il month I 0l One rujiy, three mnnthf AO No ileilaetiun from llieie rntrs umterany rirtiimstan?.. A( we re euipellet' by Uw Jo pjr potn(o I im Jrnce on pup ent mioUIc of Ohio t eeaoljr, we r foreeil '.u require payment on , aillitirlnllnflt ttt a.lt-anrr. I Ail tiinert will l.o tirotnplly ,..tipel t th promptly t.ppcl ne tuliacriheil f..r. nM iniKtlie ad.lrt Ctpiratlon of the time All letter on buinM iniit lie mUrcMf.l to 11 AKUUTT Jfc nON'NKll, l'ubljhrr. :? . .-,-'- . Hfe'&ftfaittKt' fSt5-a .1-' - -i ' TI1K 1IL..1CK F.tlltV. A widow and her two boys lived near a dark forest, a good way from any iieighlvir and far from any public road. The path to her cottage was across a wide field; and, though in the pleasant reasons someone walked the path every day, when the, winter storms came, a week and more sometimes would pa without the neighbors calling ujH)n the widow or she upon them. . Tbe school-house was distant, ami th...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 23 February 1876

THE HERALD. niur.rr v ii;xi:it. puiiiuiu-r. - - JOHN V. RtKKXTT. Hill tor. ii.vutfou:. m cm xrv. KY. WEnxixniY, I'Kii.at, iH7n. Yemeni tv wa Wa'limjitou's liirtli- il'iv; iraiio:naofour.,xi;Ii.iij;t!s ray, J - . - .. I I "llirtlim"ti)ir. aluliy. THE USWl.S MOS'UMEXT. Tliciiroivo-ed Lincoln National Mini umcnt, vli!cliT to 1c seventy Aft in lrrig.it. with cqiictrimi ami thirty nac llc,tri.tfi statttPi not loss than nine foot high; the statue of Lincoln which h to crown the moniiimmt.is to he 12 feet high, in a netting po-auro. At the head of the oiiuc-trian-- wjll heCJr.AXT, and in front of the truly royal jailcs trians willlw IIkkry Wahi Kkkchkr. Wc would nuggcst that the castings of the xtntucs Iw deferred for a few months, in perhaps a change of dmprry would he necessary to make the attendant figure trlic to life. It would not look so well to sec x penitentiary convict rjbed in military uniform or clerical cloitt, when the striped regulation dress of the penitentiary would lc more...

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 February 1876

mswfl V THE HERALD. is rt!ni.t3iiKi EVERY WKDSK3DAY MOKXIXO, IX TltS TOTTK of BA.TMH, OHIO CQUSTr, RESTL'CKr, HARRIOTT & BOXXEK, at Tin rates or One Dollar twi Vifly cent ftrr Year. - . Job work of erery description June with aeataess and dispatch, at city prices. We hare fall tin ofjob types, and solicit the patronage I la business community. Tkt pmitmmt mm rrrrj ciyiy of T t llKmt.li it I frrpmtU nt fs.i ojnee. Omr term, of ntltcription nre $1 50 jtrr Srrtrt immrinllm im niritaee. Skmrnld lac pmprr tmtptmd publication. Vm ley cause, dnrimy tie yettr, ire trill rrfnmd the mtmmejf die mm Mnmmrrintiom, or fmrnitk amharri SIM fmr fas mnexjnred term with nmj poprr of the mmmt price tkrjf mmjf ertert. Adrertierm'mt, of hmlio men are eolieited. mjrtemt thmte mf etloim keeper ami dettere im im- tmsitatina ft'eeer, ttir Iff Kill nut admit to omr mmlmmme under mtjr circuMflamera. All eommmnirntimm, and comtrihmtimm for pnh tietlimx merits addretted loth' Kditor. Cmmmmiratimnio retard tm...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 23 February 1876

THE HERALD. jo it ictr l run. I L. tlie country, nml tlie writer went sonic T- c.xnsos, distance to see it, anil, if tvosrihle, to work out the secret connected with the matter. He mmmi saw through it all clearly. Mr. Gentry kent several I I M. i" ri ....'..culm 'ii-iiiir a.ll1.'l. .1 IllU III: transferred from field to field, as ho saw proper, and they tiihhled down the weedy, and kept the pastures free of them. k.vrito.Yji or in'siuvmiY. Growth r IfM-Ortlcp IHirliiK flic im lrnr. n J. IIVNIKL. HARRY BRIDGES, WITH CARSON, MNIBL & CO.. Wlllll.KS.ll.lt lir.lt.KK.4 IV Jt. 2'J-J, Main Street, IjcI. Kighth and Ninth, LOUISVILLE, KY. NewGoods OF TH II JNO. JL KLEIN GEO, KHEIIST & BRO. HARTFORD, KY., CAPTAIN N. BEN. PECK, WITH GUtDUER & 00., W H O L K S A T, E (5 U O (; K R S , Dealers in Tobaccos A nd Com. .Merchants No. lilli, Mtin St. hat. Fifth & Sivth LOUISVILLE, KY. RTJFER'S HOTEL AND lEV.ostAVuretxiL-t. (Etmoi'KA.V PLAN.) OI'KX !AY AXI) NKJHT. DOLLAR A fifth St. bet...

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. — 1 March 1876

SUBSOlUP'i'lON' IIATRS. Ooe ropy, one. jear $ 1 50 Ota cop, fix month 1 Oil Ooe ropy, thre o Month 50 No ileJdctiuti from these rntn umlcr any ircatnUne.-f. At we we rompcllril by lnit to pay pottage la Kjmnre on liapTu ent iut'ule of Ohio county, We arc forced 'u rriiiire payment on mbcrlptionin ailvnncr. All piper wttl be prnmplly kt-uipcil at the expiration of thr time u!ncrilnl f r. All letter? on liuine nnntl'o nJdretfeJ to DARK NTT A IlONNEIt, I'ublUht-m. TO s ti.i.ir 1IY ItOMNl The sunshine is bright'uing the mr.lilow atnl lea, Ami it' loveliness wakens ewer t mrm'rioH of tliec. Forth? mnilris as bright ,nnl thy face Is an fair. As this glad dimmer ilay, mu! my warm earnest prayer, Is that the. calm light, th.it illumines thy brow. May ever be radiant and trusting ns now. Thy foointrps, ns yet, have pressed naught but liovt rr; No songs but of gladness, Imve filled thy glad hour.'; Xo friends have proved false, no hopes have been blighted, love thatLou giveet, has ever been a...

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. — 1 March 1876

a iiij L L ituIvzvjjI. The fiiwn!-k j-jilc are t have ft N-aioanl t '.Hivfiui.li s !;it!aiinili-; ob the I7lh of Mav. U7-. JttW.I.Y.I-.IC.47Wv.Vr WJl . Aft. 'i'i. ! i tMMniUe 1m Ut n apjHHiited by ! Ikft-LsIxUttm of IMiiiaii': to im-if-iig&ie Her. XcJI-j-'ri cornlnct, tutJ. if gusil pH!ils su& f jiuhI, hp U l li? im i . J'K.IGUKU. 0ili 25th KotiriHiry. lf70. tlif IgkiftUm" of iMi-i-.-iilij siJojiUhI the Itynri of the ooiviniiueo m-o-iiiHMnMl ir-tjov. Ahk. iuiH!nt'hwnt by a "line ly .m- lli tow falS." rA'.t.v ,'.V'cv:.! rt: 'i'bp ivtunin fiom Tixa nliow t!mt tin DtHMHUf carriiil lli- l v on tin ultimo.. -l.'i-ttii tlittr uliolo Ikfai by x uajrity rgig hum 'O&OiiSO.Oao. The IHw rourtiui tIM WH-- adonlitl bv :i niajoritv of GQXXKcivcn: '."he DainwariitR' into Cmivcntion. w-tsbeM in New Ibm n on '22ml lriTt:rtj. Theoiil tickut fi rawini. mh(o1. TKy 1oihum (Ik speck j-o-wni)tiiiti it ami U?olai e in favor of a Hiicnml i(U'ii'iule:it rolurn to leck. 'MHvingnt. - .STJ TK COXl'K...

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. — 1 March 1876

THE HERALD. is n'HLisiir.K EVEltV WEDNESDAY MOKN'IXn, IX THK ToWX or HlL'TFOKil, OHIO mm, KKXTIGKV. nv n.vnuirrr & uoxxuu. AT THK I'RirK l' 0,1 l ay Ml? 6ti or .tifrerf. rwiil fa (.isicifiay i .iff cartauMfi'ia. circuit coi rt. Hon. .Tallies Stutrt, Juljc, Offrnsboro. lion. Js. Hayeraft, Attorney, Owcusboro. A. L. Morton, Clerk, Hartford. II. 11. Murrell, Master Commissioner, HartforJ. T. J. Smith, Sheriff, tlartf..r.t. K. L. Wise, Jailer, Ilartlord. Court begins on the second M on Jay in May and November, ami continuc three weeks caoh trrui. COUNT V COUIIT. Hon. W. F. tJregory, Judgr, HartforJ Cpt. Sam. K. Cox, Clerk, HartforJ. J. P. SanJcrfer, Attorney, Ilartfi Court begin i on t!io first Monday month. QUAR1TKIA COUtlT, Begins on the 3rJ Monday in January July and Octuber, COURT OK CLAIMS. Vegins n the first Monday in October OTHER COUNTY OFFICKKS. J.J. Leich, Assessor, Cromwell. J. Smith FitihuihS hoi. 1L Uoswell, C M . L. Itowe, School MAGISTRATE Caney district, N I 1. H. Al...

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. — 1 March 1876

THE HERALD. 1 (7 rtcit l r u ... . I'nriiHT. Okii'I ;ln Tlii' gnattM :iiil Id produce jiov rrly nniimg f;irnipi or any other class is Iclt. Many farmers ill get a iIiimI to a Miiall picco of land, enough lo Mititxirt tlicni'clvcs anil i'liiiiilii, anil lay I iy a .-mall annual income. Hut that U nut siitlii-Ioiit. They run in Wit for mure land, mul Intuitu' nrlivc to dL-hu They pay an intension num- j ey liorrowcd, which villon consume j the little property they io?sess. They often pay higher than ton per cent. Such proceedings engender a spirit of discontent, and they lose faith in fann ing and try to .-ell their f.irnii in order to get to town and enter into other hus intf k In nine ca.es out of ten, every fanner who is doing well, that gies to t'.vn. fail;- outright. Having no faith in farming, or having no ltrcadtli of understanding, they buy the poorest tools and meanest stock, and drive ioor teams before oorcr wagons and agri cultural inachinery. In the fall and winter they fe...

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