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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 30 August 1876

SUUSOUIPTION IIATRS. THE HARTFORD HERALD. " COME, THE HERALD OF A XOISY WORLD, THE XEWS OF ALL XATIOXS LUMRERISG AT MY RACK." ADVERTISIXG KATES. One copy, one ycar 1 20 Ons copy, rix tnnntlis 1 0(1 One copy, "hree month......... 50 No ileJaclion from tlirjo rain under any circutiitnne-s. A wr nre compelled liy law to pay postage in ailvance on paprra cnt milMile of Ohio county, we are forced to rrqulre payment on ul!rriptionin advance. All papers will he promptly st..ppe.l at the expiration of the time nlwcrlhl f. r. All letter on bu'lneio mut lo Mree.l tn JOHN UAIinitrT, l'uMWhrr. One, 1 .00, $ 2.JU 3 5 01 j 7.51 10.00 15.00 Jl.lr. Two. 1.7. 5.50 3.50 4.00 5.00 TJO 8.00 7.51 tO.OC I5.U 18.00 20.00 Three Fonr I Col. 2.50 3.00 1 4.00 500 C.Ou 12. 00 14.1)0 15.00 20.00 30.00 50.00 90 00 CoU coi! 6.oo 10 001 8.00 15.00 12.00 18.00 30.00 20.001 35.00 50.00 VOL. 2. HARTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY AUGUST 30, 1876. NO. 34. Forihortertime, atpropurtionate ratei. One inch of space eonititatci a t ...

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 August 1876

THE HERALD. jou.v i u.vitKirrr. r..uii WHtlXKSUAY. Al'fillST SO M-.ijcs as a tScloruicr. Hayes claim- to be a Reformer, and Tiltlon, we know i a Reformer. We know iliatTilikn is a Reformer by Ins rV(:il a' (Jovrno.- of New York. Mr. lltv lnmiUI:iiin- III this le-pcct. DKMOt'RATH' KHFOIIM TICKET even, lie Iris tli? aiha:l:R of Tililcn; Tildi n i- M'rv'nir l'i fir-t l.riii. I Live isifi. nut .'r.nsmrsT, S A M U K I, .1. T 1 L D E N, oi xr.w Yimc. vicr. i'itin:xr. THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, or IXDIAXA. TIip Itt'sl IlarRnlii 1 el. Wo will wnl the 1Ii:i:ai.i to any tunc. money men. The. issue of the cam-1 the ilcrirc.-seil state of trade and iiulus- ii L'n wiiii iuui.ii m uiu iicim m inu irv is nroviucii iur ine mw "" Domoc a?'c party, is made very doubt a-id poorer classes of our citizens. ful. It will bo a hard fight. Tildcn's 0 1 motion the above resolution were war record, is a good one. lie is nil ' u ianiniouslv adopted. The commit- right there. As Prc'iilcnt, Mr. Tit- tee, further repor...

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. — 30 August 1876

THE HEUALD. IS VUBMSUED EVKUY WEDSKSDAY MOltXING, IX THK TOWS OF IIAITOSP, OHIO CODSTT, KKNU'CKY, BV JOHN P. BARRETT, JIT Till rRICK or One Dollar aiul Fifty mil jxv lair. Job work of every description Jono with neitnrss and dispatch, at city prices. We have a full lino of job type, and solicit tbo patronage of the business community. Tr M- on rrrry riy kJ Tiia IUmt-n i' tirrrtl Ht thin njire. 0r term nf mnlttription Are ;1 50 per year. "sl'nnUlhe "nnnrr U.mil.J pnbUenti-n, from nny rlr, unnuy lie yrar,tr 7.- .r try line on (n&wiifio, or fritith idirri bcrt for the anerHrf! Irrm teith y pnptr of the mame price they nay 'fleet. Alrertiemeiit nf hnif men are tnlieited; rrrrpt Ihntr nf l . irepert nml ilr-tlere in i lixi'r.illi'j Humor; tehieh ire trill Hot uJmit to our cluim amirs jy :i"rcmfmrr. All eommmitiratlttf f etrihtttiot far pub lWla Html lie mil " tnthr K'litnr. (iMMiiiriliuli 1 V'tiif tonJrrrli.itapml job (General gocal 3ftwf IA'CUHGUS BAKUETT, Local Editor. WKBNESDAY, 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. — 30 August 1876

THE HERALD. Hartford, Ky. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1876 AXTI-SI.AXU .SOCIETY. iBtcrrfltiBK rroceetliiicn of Yohrk i.miir ni one or. us .neollii(r. The prevalence of "slang" in almost every city, town nml village in the country is a met to Iks seriously de plored, and earnest efforts are Iteing made to bring the pcniicious habit in to disuse. At Wheeling, West Va., the young ladies have organized a re- fonu club with tins oliiect in view, and no doubt, as should be, it will be followed by others in various parts of the country. At a recent meeting while a member was addressing the so cial, she inadvertantly made use of the expression "awful nice, and was call ed to order" by a sister member for transgressing the rules. "In what way have I transgressed?" asked the speaker, blushing deeply "You said it would be 'awful nice to admit young gentlemen to our delib erations,'' replied the other. "Well, wouldn't it be?' returned the speaker; "you know you said yourself, no longer than yesterday...

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. — 6 September 1876

SUBSCRIPTION RATRK. Ono copy, ono year. $l 50 Ono cojiy, fix inonllis 1 "0 Ono copy, :hrco months , 50 No deduction from tlieso rates under ny oireurastancw. A wo are compelled liy law to pay postyo i n advance on papers sent outido of Olio county, wo iro forced to roquiro payment In uWription In advance. All papers will lo promptly sUpped nt tie expiration of tho time subscribed fur. All letters on business must bo addressed ti JOHN ! UAKItKTT, Publisher, Oh, do Not Grieve, Nnd Mother. The following beautiful and touching lines trnrn written several years neo, and sent to n bereavod mother, a very doar friend of tho au-1 thor, and aro now pnblislicd by request Oh, grieve not, sail mother, that Maggie now lies. With psle folded liaruls anil softly closed even, So jicnccfiil, so holy, po calm her repose, ller young Fjiirit iiascd like jicrfutne from a roee. The parting most fearful, most painful to thee, Uut opened the prison, and Mngic ia free. Would you fetter n bird, ready plumed ...

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 September 1876

THE IIE&ALD. .tmis s. K.vstsnrrr. Kiiitur. Wstxriu.v,sK!'ri:iini:;: ..1S7. DisuocKATii: i:i:rortM TICKET Ton i'kiiih:nt, SAMUEL .J. T 1 L 3) E N, Of SEtt YOHK. 1R VICE 1U1NH!:XT, THOMAS A. I1ENDIUCKS, Ol" INDIANA. I'lic Jti't ::.iri;ittci tt l. We will -send the IIi:i:a! u to any address from now to tho first ot Janu ary, 1S77, for f0 cnt?. f'lib-orihe at one awl got the benefit of all the time. Thu Democratic Sute Ontral Com mittee bavs appointed our esteemed follow riCsen, 1'rof. W. B. Hnywtird asrtstKiii iv-I -r (or tin State at Jorge. We tbii.k tho 1 :or worthily be-tow-cd. Wisnuist r limn tle ll?puhlicn ir ty frost within IHii. Curtk. (Certainly, ami wo fiippose Uw I'mi lfnt'it recent visit to Deor Park was the first .-tap taken in that direction. The tUflerujce lies just here, Hayes tells m bat lie will not do, and Tildeii tells what bo uifldu. Tlie one i$u equivocation the other is a pledge. We rejoice in the quickened con scionceof tlio people Gin. Platform. A bloody shi...

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 September 1876

m THE HERALD. ti published EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUSING, : THE ToWX OF lUSTTOfl, ffillQ COHXTY, KLYIKKY, sv .101 IN 1. BARRETT,- JLT TUB rSlCE OF One LWtor and Fifty rents jxr Year. Job xerk f every JtMriptUu tinr.e with nrttarrt mid dispateb.at city price. W'ohave u fall lino efjobtyp, and n4kittbapatrnage sf th j outnt euwuiantty. ' Tic p'a?-w wry wtf'y Thk Uihald ' yrraid at Ait jHt. lUr tt rati ttf' ttil'cripliuH art II IS tiric, tuitrfuljf in tjVicr. SivHld tk J "' .kj ytiliictittun, fmri aj bmrr, during !.- jur, W rtJ lite Jc 4ri'!, w nrr.it n4e irs ' 1 mi'rnl Jr ri4 any paper af tit tvmr vxt sVy m.y itlttt. Adrtinli " bntimti imh r laiiciteJ; jrrf4lji of Uot ktrperi itml dealer i (.iricatiMy i!jnf, f ii'.i e iciH not tiJnit t uuf .471 CIMNmHltK4fKW id ruf, itaftwiwyor ,u2,-ii-.ithVt !.( u.'.ffiM.I ro (if EJiti-r. ir.ri ifc.r&r 4Jmnr fif PuUltlrrt. I.YCUHGU.S BAKUETT, Local Ekitok. WKD.VKSDAY, SKPTKM "KR IBTfi. Finn White Shirts tor 1.00, nt 1.. Kosr.M.UM A' 15uo. Tun merchants...

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 September 1876

THE HERAfiD. WEDNESDAY, SE1TR 0. 17 .Moral I. If Henrys. Small pcoplft (speaking in a moral view) haven't even soul enough to cry; but the' can fret and whino enough to mike up for if. As to wishing the Ftnallcat amount of happiness to an)' fellow creature, it i out of the ques tion. They never have a generom im pulse, and are never glad. They can't hope, for their hearts are too small for that. They sewn to have come into the world during one of tlwo cold, hlcak, gloomy days, when there was no wood to mako a lire, when the cows were all dry, and when there was noth ing to make tea with but dogwood ber ries and crab applet?. They grow up in this same cold, bleak atmosphere, nnd live in it all their live.'. You sec their smnllncss in everything thej do or say. You see it in their buying and in their selling, in their talk and in their actious. They arc tho frogs that constitute one of the plaguca of society. They arecertainly very much to bo pitied. The) can't look back and sec a sin...

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 September 1876

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One 23DV. one Tear- S 1 SO One copy, iix month? 1 00 Une copy, taree momnt av No deduction from theie ratei under any cirenmsUne:(. Ai we are compelled by Uw to pay pottage i n advance on papers tent outside of Ohio county, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions in adrance. All papers will be promptly stopped at the expiration of the time subscribed fr. All letters on business must be addressed to J01IN P- BMIRETT, Tublisher. I.curn to Keep Ilonnc. Beautiful maidens aye nature's fair queetiK, Some in your twenties, and some in your teens. Seeking accomplishments worthy your nim, Striving for learning, thirsting for fame. Taking euch pains with the style of your hair, Keeping your lily complexions so fair; Miss not this item in all your gay lives, Learn to keep house, you may one day be wives. Learn to keep house. Now your Adonis loves sweet moonlight walks, Hand clasps and kisses, and nice little talks. Then, as plain Charley, with burden of care, lie ...

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 September 1876

0, L M.K iixvA'Ai. !j!llwn;pr.TvI,rfiri!)inn,IfI.I). Thontlcmn.yvho mime 1,.,.' f f W , - . uhliili niiort :w received' and tliPAssistniit llrctui. for the Haver? and P! j V o .wit r - n..ir- - . lin" p p n p it p I r q T. CABM.V. R. J. i..yik-.. HAEEY BSIDffES, with wf.vKn v. si:pr;:vK:.i. is tsi. coi;imiUt'rIdi)dinreeTl. Jfnin' I'. I;. Wheelor tick.'t b(- tho. Krnuhiicin r. i iCSyOii.X 2S3 23. "ST" iJEJIUUI;!.iit iilit'Uii.'! l i.vmT.t?i!n"n - ..n.tTnrlrT, 2& S A JIilLl' ' ' T I li I-' WW; IT bWKW YOllIC. jtk. SjI.A S .A. .I115NDRICKS. or Indiana .1 The Krfi KnrsaSii YrJ. We" will sawl'tlie Hr.r.Ai.n to any tion- to tlu first of Janu- aildrc? fwwu S.tloribe at crv, 1S77, fur $ cent? on;aiul got the benefit of all thq time. - ,,r"o7;:'u,.U,V"ItoV,,y icDemocrat mt at jem-P City, tho f-dlonini; proi-ecli:'!,M.wcre had: 'Vlc .lit: wa called to order hy ... i.i n:v tminn' nl' t!if Central i emu j Committer very appropr enjoined haw.. . y and concert of act ion up-Mi t'nc party, 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. — 13 September 1876

to THE HERALD, is winusiiBD i EVESY WEDN'KSPAY MOUSING, in Tan tuvts r rjsrsw?; caw'wusw, kextltky, r.v JOHN P. BARRETT, J AT THE rniCEOF Of ZW&rr wiif rail r l'-ir. J .j Trark f cwry 4rvrijltn lorio with ntn' "hhI .!iiVfb.ttr price. V.'chmo a fc'.lliae irjiblyp-.""d ."olIeittaer-i'Mn-i'c ot Ike - :--J v 40u.'"t. r.if . "7W V Tns Iir.itii.nM jirtfU " (rl tw if tmL-frtflt :1 50 J"' "" tn'".ir!J.' " 'idrimrr. .Oko iN I.' J" r. ' f MiViffi. , . ".-I o, -,.: riv lie i m', rU ,Mr? . ic wnrrifrffiM. ftrAtJl I r Irrn f ir t' fjrj.irr.i lr ( .'. aWf . tlr JMrrrlt' rf f lunittrtu rc t.!.y rrVflCkr n .ll'l ' !'' rfei-J. I - J -f.r 'iy ', t"tfc4 r- - " laxif " V-iijr irrmm- . . . . 1 1 -. I'm. i V- ftJrntM tfit I.VT LS BAKIXTT. Locjli. ' -.f.T . i. 1 . . . .;. .; t"i- 1- Ij a-m ! - 1 Pacini , - t-;.ti.- .f : r .!, "V 'wek. " t..!n i.i.'. vhil i::. ' . J.!;v . J. I i. . f . n. ' ' ' . , . .' . ' ' :l-i- Gem ; ur t. vu!, Wt, (Kjei-Mi Tt h- vy; :.v'i 4. i in (! r !!'.-' " wi 1 CCJ ;L i.- ' v7...

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. — 13 September 1876

f THEHERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEITR 13. 1870. Resolutions of ttcnpert. At a call mpcliiiir of Green river Granpc, No. 407. V. of II., Aug. 2f, 187fi, tlio follow injj preamble ami res- olntions were passed : Wiikueas, Death has taken from ns our estimable brother, W. T.llutler, . hose loss we sensibly feel, ami deeply rooiuu. He lived an exemplary life, meeting all its obligation?, strengthen ing all its charities with an elevated, honorable manhood. His footsteps shall never be heard on the piazza again, nor sotinti throughout the halls of his pleasant home. In him our county has lot a good citizen, and an upright man in heart. As a husband, be was devoted to the woman whose so ciety and !ove ho enjoyed so long. As a fattier, he was affectionate and kind. As a professing Christian, he was a member of the Baptist Church. His walks in life were very pious ; his pure Christian virtues ever won for him the highest esteem of all who knew him. As a man, he was far above all professions, wearin...

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. — 20 September 1876

1 V suuacniP'rroN iiateh. Ons copy, one year- 1 511 Our cupj, til months 1 01) Due i-opy, three mouths 50 No deduction from these rates under any circumstances. As W8 are. compelled ly law to pay postage in advance on papers sent outside of Ohio, comity, we are forced to rcijuiro payment on subscriptions tn adrance. All letters on business must bo addressed to 11. V. llOllKKTSOX, Publisher. i.oiuii: .i::irn;s. .A.. Y. JS1. HARTFORD LODGE, NO. 158. Meets first Monday night in each month. JOHN P. TltACY, W. M. SAM E. HILL, Sccty. R. .A. jVJl. KEYSTONE CHAPTER, NO. 110. Meets fccotiil Momlav nialit 5n each month. M K. SAM K. II I IX. II. I". Com p. II. WEIXSHEIM MEH.Soc i. o. o. y. 1IARTFOKD LODGE No. 158. Meets in Taylor Hall, in Hartford, Ky ,on the Second ami Fourth Satunbiy L'viiiti:n in each month. The fraternity are cordially invited to vWl u when con venient l'il tlllill lo do no I,. Harkktt. K. i. Wsi. Pmrro, Six. H. P. IlKRnVUAV. I). 1). (i. M. T. Q. a. T. HARTFORD LODGE NO. 1...

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. — 20 September 1876

2 rnm7 "rTT7i: a t 1.1X11 lUlilXl'LlJlJ. iiAimirjT.v i:oiti:it(su.v iMhorw. VTrfllNUSDlY, SEl'TUMRhlt 20 1S7 DEMOCRATIC UKFOKM TK'KKT R A m U K L J. T I h I) IJ N, OK Si:V YORK. ivi: vici: rinwiDr.NT, THOMAS A. IltiNDKICKS, OH INItlANA. ithi cox;i:ixs JAMES A. MfKKNZIK, Of Christian. m.i.ctokk i on stati: at i.aiii' Hon Isaac- CwiM.i. f l.nuisvillo. Cm. .Ho. P. Wil l ms, of Ml. Sterling. II. .n. John C CAi:Li.eand lion. A.G. Rhea Afti-ianH. 1'irst District C. T. Allen, ol cainwe'l. .ccMid District V. T. Kllis, of Daviess, Third District U. MeKlmy oT Warren. 4th ri.trict. A; (1. 1'AnrTii, of I,nuUvil1c, ,M!i District. IV. W. IIkckium of Nelson, fiih Iitrict- Dr. .S. Scott, of limine. Till District. T. W: Hcnton of Sli'lliy. Slh District. Wi II. Mill, ol Lincoln. 9th District. It. S. Cmv.vm, or Montgoiu rrr. "lOlh District. Hrmt I.. Stotk, of ltalh. To Tlii- fuMIc With this issue of the IIi:i:au I sever my connection with it so far as juihlishcr or ownership is concerned. 1 have trans...

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 September 1876

v. THE HERALD. II. I. IttlllKKT.SOX, rropriolor. WEDNESDAY, - - SEP. 20, 1870. Jib work of every description done with nnlnni ami JWnatrh.at city uriees. We have a full lino of job types, and solicit the patronage of the business com inanity. The Ilont ItnrRiilii eU Yc will semi the JIerai.p to any addrc&s from now to the first of .Tnnti nry, 1S77, for 50 cents. Subscribe at once and set the benefit of all the time. Xcwniixprr AilrrrtlNing Secure a business connection on the most pcrnament anil iiitlepcmlent basis; ami is, in n certain sense, a guarantee to the customer of fair and moderate price?. Experience has shown that the dealer whose wares have obtained a public celebrity is not only enabled to sell at reasonable prices but to funiMi a good article. Attention is called to the Advertise ment of Hotel for sale by, Morri, Stroubc and Hayes. Tin: Grand Jury, of Christian County, in eight days worked up over one hundred indictments against li ruor vendor, Tin: twelfth Annual F...

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 September 1876

THE HERALD. WEDXESDAY, SEITU 10. 187(1 cttr Flout C'uucyvillc. C J.VKKYVll.T.t:, (iltAYSON Co., 1 September -1, 187(i. Correspondence of tho Derail. September open? with pleasant weather. Tlie star Venus can bo smi nil day now. It is tliree or four hours in ad vnnee of the sun. Messrs. Bond and Conoway shipped a good lot of cattle and sheep from here last week. Mr. L. Green is loading 100,000 feet of walnut lumber at this place. Over 500 hogsheads of tobacco have been shiptioti from Cancyvillc during the year, and more freights are received at the place, except one, than any other depot on the L. P. & S. W. It. R. The intelligent people here are be coming mora interested in tho litera ture of the IIkeald. It was on Tuesday morning just after breakfast, and our little city lay as quite ns was ever a llock of well led lambs, dreaming of nought but long tr.anquil hours to follow. "The great king of the day"' had risen from his crimson orient seat and brused his face which bhone mag...

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 September 1876

SUlJSmM PTION 1IATKS. One coiy, otic year- 5 1 5rt (hi;- ;, ri month 1 H I line -opr. Three months $0 No deduction from thec rntc-i under any eireinii'tritic A e am compelled Iiy law to pay pnsMge in advance on iiat-r ciit outside of Ohio wVrAER.XISIICGr IJATKS. THE HARTFORD HERALD. One.. Two- ? 1.00.$ 1 Sn'S 1.71 3.5n Three KonrJ i C0I.1 Cl.i 1 ci: 2.Jlf 3.01 fi.tW. 3.Mj sno " com:. the iiehald of a xoisv wnnr.n. the sews of alt. nations lumiiekixg at my hack: G.Onl R.no S.ft 14. 1)0 1 .0l (HI DO 12.60! is.oei 30.ee! .no 20.0: 15.00) SC.Oi yjg C9 county, we are forced to require payment on! ub?riptions in advance. Ali letters m liuiiiice in list lr addrossej lo It 1. UOr.lMtT.OX. rul.lii.lirr. 10 09) 1J.00 VOL. 2. HABTFOKD, OIHO COUNTY, KY., SEP. 27, 1S76. NO. 88. For shorter lime, at proportionate rates. One inch of space constitute a sqnare. ;-ii s oMt Ul M-.iJ 4.00. 7.1(1 10.siJ.M 5.oo- in.odi lD.oths.iu i:.eo ig.oi !:.oii i.oim;i: mi:i:i'i:;s. A.. Y. jVI. HARTFORD LODGE, NO. 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. — 27 September 1876

rprTTT" TTT7IT . T 1 HAKUITTA ItOnr.UI.SON IMItor-i. wsn?Ksi)AY, skiti:mi;i:i( :r ..isrr. DKMOC'IIATIO HWOIIM TICK. ST fou IT.IT-IKI'.NT, ,S A 51 IT K L J. T I L D 15 X, or xi:w yoi:ic. rots vit:i: I'KU-iKKxr, T II O.MAS A. HEXnuiOKS, or isni.vxA. ron coNcitis .T A M K S A. McK K N 7. 1 IS, Of Cliristinn. r.t.r.t-rons ron ktati: at i.tm.-i:. lion Iir Ci nntM.nf Lmiisvillc. Clen. Jmi S. Wii i uy, of Ml. Sterling. linn. Juris (i. CiM.tiir.an 1 Hon. A. (I. Hiifa Aitant. First District C. T. Al'rn. nt I'nKlirrll. Pre nd District W. T. Ellis, of Daviess, Third District - . U. McKlroy of Warrcr. 4th District. A: 0. I'lirrn, of I.nnisviltr, Mil District. W. W. Bfcehaw t-rXel-on, till District- Hr. .S. Scott, of Donne. Tth District T W: Hrnton i,f Shcl!y. Mh District. W. II. Miu.rn,f Liuc.iln. Tth District. 11. S. CnrrvEn, of .Montgom" erv. 10th District. 1Ii:xt.v L. Arctic, nf Ratli. Tito lime l.iv iiott ro.i.r wl.c-n tlic nplrlf orjiixllrp nlilili nnlnintoi tlir Xorttirrn iooi,ile it III ...

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 September 1876

THE HERALD. WEDNESDAY, - - SEP. 27, 187G. Job work of every description done with neatness anddispatch,at city prices. We have a fullline of job types, and solicit the patronage of the business community. (Scncrat Cocal glnw, Nnw.iAri:n advertising is a pcrnin iicnt addition to the reputation of the goads advertised, because it is a per manent influence always at work in their interest. Wk call special attention to tlie col umn of "Business Locals," from our Merchants and business men. Persons wishing to buy, will always find it to their interest to purchase of the most liberal men. Mr. Tuos. L. Da vp, brought two sweet potatoes to town that were really "immense." Although not as large as some we have seen but for cjderior lieauty excel all .Thcv were of the early Moody species. Mr. W. II. Frrkiss and wife. Owens I'oro, Ky., were in town last week.tip.it i rig the family of Wm. II. Moore. Mr. Ci.avtov Wallace, who lifts been rending medicine at this place for some time i:ift, left I...

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. — 27 September 1876

f rn!r?r TTi7r a 7 ta I.JlJL1i XLlliLhtYLjlJ. WKDNMXPAY, SKlM'll "J 5. 1 S7; TI-IE PLA.TFORH Aiiri'i:i)ATT. i.ris. ji:i.v !!. -70. Ri:ronu a iwtkiotu- vvtv. W'o, the delegates ol t lie Dciuocrali. party of I ho United States in National t'onxentioii nKs-ciiiMiil, dohcrehy declare llie iliiitiii-trHMin n( the Federal (i.H mniienl to lr in urgent nerd of imimili nle Ht'l'irm; do hereby enjoin upon ilic nominees ot lliis convention 1111. 1 of the Dmncratic party in each Stale, a zealou rllnrt ainl co-operation in ttiif t-tnl; ami 1I0 hereby aii;al 10 our fellow-eitizons of rwry"o!itical connection, to undertake with us this tiit and mo.t pressing patri otic duly. Tilt: t'NIOK AXJ CONSTITUTION. For the Democracy ot the whole coun try, v.c do here ra'tirm our faith in the lK-nnuncnce ot the Fciliral Union, our devotion to the Coii;itutioii of the L'n.tiil States with its amendments nii orall y liccepuil as a final ecltlemctit ol'tho con imviTMro that engendered civil war, anil io lu re r...

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