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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 8 November 1876

SUUSCIUPTION RATES. One copy, one year.......................$ 1 50 One eopy, rix months 1 Oil One copy, :hree mouths........ 40 Xo deduction from these rates under any clreurastanets. Ai we are compelled by law to pi; pottage la advance on papers tent outside of OUio county, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions tn advance. All letter! on business must bo addresicj to II 1. KOniMlTPOX, PuMisher. LODbC MV.ETINUS. JL. y. m. HARTFORD LODGE, NO. 15C. Meets thin! Monday night in each month. JOHN V. THACY, W. M. KAM K. II ILL. Sccty. JR. -A.. iM. KEYSTONE CHAPTER, NO. 110. Meets second Monday niclit in each month. M. E. W. II. MOOKE, II. PJ Comp. II. WEINSIIEUI MKR.Sec. I. O. O. F. HARTFORD LODGE No. 158. Meets iu Taylor lln.ll, in Hartford, Ky , on the Second and Fourth Saturday veninc in each month. The fraternity are cordially invited to visit us when con venient for them to do eo. L. Bakritt. N. 0. Wm. Piurrs, Sec. 11. P. Bkruyman. D. D. . M. jTo. a. t. HARTFORD LODGE NO....

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. — 8 November 1876

. i 2 M1PHI M I T I "JS rPTTIT- TTT;D A 1 1". n wtmrsi'.v uoncttrso.t iMiim. vr.;xt:M.u, xovi:.M!:i:k it, -sro. lti Tin; rMnon tlo not nsMiuu ira fiKii-ibihtv tor tlir iewsof curro-p-md- 'iits All oommtitiu'.HtHiris intit l ar- I aiHjUliicl with iiainesi.t'tlicir ni llior, , ninl ! wtiMt'ii i:i!y ! mi' Mli- ! :i nfpflprr. U'lu'ro it N iii'l itf-ir tin mine of iiri"iumi-nn iipi-.i not appear in tin :iht. Imt mihtIic in the i.m,s. ..ion i Jli- liiiior--. We will ill our next i.-tu' t;iv full (liilcln return-; of tlio elwtioii. We rk'!:tyoI tliN i no o:ip !:y in order to got siifliciont iimvs of t lit okv lioa from tlio various states, to pub tlio results. There will Iia a Gr.uul ratification iiH:iiij at the Courthouse Satur.lay night. Speeches will be made by prominent speakers and a good time gcncrallv. " Let all turn out. NponliiiiK !1 oclii'.oi't. Lat Paturdaj evening we vi.ited the pleasant little town of Koekporf, in company with Messrs. Hill, Johnson- and lIiT.n.i:i) Wc attended...

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. — 8 November 1876

. . - 3 - - . It I S21 v THE HERALD WKDNlissDAY, NOV.fi, 1870. Paj"Transicnt advertisements must be paid for in mlvnncc. Charges for yearly advertisements will l'c collected in:irtcrly. AH ndiertiKcmcnts inserted uithotlt specititd time will lie clinrenl for until ordered out. Voticcs. umlcr head of 1 Preferred I.o caln" Ten Cent er line. Announcements of Marriage or Dentl not cxceetlins five Vint?, ami notices ol Preaching ptiblixhed gratis, XS?"OIiitiinrv Notice.'. Kefo1utioti.se Itesperi nml oilier Mtuilar notices, Fiv Cents jn-r line. Jb trotk of every description don itli ne.-itnrM atiililuuatch.atcitv iiiieen. Wcbav n full lino of job type,nJ Fu'icittlicpatronags ol inn itnptnea community. General pCocal $iru'& rm:sox.vi Mr. K. Small left fur tho Kait to-day, for the purpose liritiging on a new itock of Hoods. 'Ui'fK" Moktox, arrived Monday, from his vi-U to Charleston, Mo, ;15lc?k," forPBine uiikhowii reason did not tat ry loug. Mil Z. VAYXi:fiisiiTixaml Win: ami Dr.. Sam...

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. — 8 November 1876

BBBMBBBsBBBBsB H - - iwg-gisa-'jss r ....J ! i1LL-,.w.M THE HERALD WEDNESDAY, NOV. f, 1870. Arrival and Departure of the Mails. Eastern anil Western Mails leave at 1 1 o. in., nnd arrive at -t: 15, p. in. every day. Sulphur Springs, Fonliivillc, llnynes rillcaml Pcllvitle leaves every Tluirdny nt C p. in. and arrives Saturd.iy nt 3 p. in. Tlio Owcnslinro mail, via. lU-dn, I5n ford, Pleasant Kidge and Mawnvillo lrnveo on Tupsday'and Friday at 7 a. in., and arrives Monday and Thursday at G p. in. The Ccnlrrlown mail nrrivnd MIOa. m., and departs at 11 a. m. Wcdiivrdny. C. J. L.VWTON, Postmaster. THE FAK..UKKS IsAl'UHTEK. She lives trithin a ipiict home, Xo model of the graces. Unknown to culture's higher walks. Or fashion's giddy places; A thoughtful girl, bo sweet, so wise With earnest face nnd loving eyes The farmer's gentle daughter. From morn till eve the little maid Is busy at her lalior She sweep and duets the old farm house And helps a poor neighbor; Xo gossip will fclie listen...

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. — 15 November 1876

SlMiSOUll'TION ItATKS. Ono copy, one year 5 I SO Ono copy, six month. 1 (HI uno copy, inrec montns mi No dcJuctiun from theso rates under any circaiostancis. As wo aro compelled by law to pay postage in ajvoiico cn papers rent nutsido of Ohio county, we aro forced to roquiro payment on subscription in advance. All letter? uu business must lie addressed to II 1. KOKKIITSON', Publisher. i.oittii: jir.in i;s. JS.. Y. HARTFORD LODGE, NO. 156. Mrt lliir.l Monday night in each month. .IOIIN 1''. TliACY, W. M. SAM K. HII.L, Secty. R. jSI. KEYSTONE CHAPTER, NO. 110. Meets Mcon.l Monday tiiirht In each month. M. K. W. II. MOOKE. II. V Comp. II. WKIMSUKI.U Mr.li.ec. I. O. O. F1. HARTFORD LODGE No. X5S Meet in Taylor Hall, in llnrtford. Kr .on the Second ami fourth Saturday veiilns in each month. The fraternity are cohltally tnvitiil to visit us when con veuicnl for them to ilo n h. Harkett. X. O. Wm. l'lnrrs, Sue. 15. P. IlKKUYMAN. D. D. (i. 31. T. O. Gr. T. IIAKTFORD LODGE NO. 12 Meets in Ta...

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. — 15 November 1876

1.1 JL.111 ii rjUJuui. i:.v2:i:i:rr .v :::i)::imso:v t:.iiir. wkuxeshay. .nvi:.Mi:i:K is, :. IfcdT Hip I'.'itori !o ik1! astMimp ro i-OiU'ilin- lor !" views of corwj-ainl-ont All oimiirn'.-itiani nvit In :ic cOHijntiU'il w iili tin- name- ilitir aullior. ami In; writl.1" "' mi urn Mil. t :i . of T)i'er. Wlu-rr it ii not i.--:ivi. tli' jmmeof eonijKMiileiitu mvil not u;j.Mr in the ijht. I'tit most bp in tlif ?. MOM Ol lJlf lMill'M "Oh it? fanny when yu f.vl that Christian county yont f,,r I Tayos & Wheolor and Moort. How is that Sam ? Mc!Ctnztc carried all goo.l Kc- uli3kr.ns in Ohio county. L.TR information from the race o:ml! us to iy that U.vi'u: Pi:n: Coorm: nnl (?i:i;i:n Ci.vy .Smith arc coming iij on the first quarter, neck a'ul neck. liuv. 5iti.i:i: will probably bo the IkOpnltJican loader in the House of Kc nKCHtativft?. There could not be fotitnl a filler man for the place. At any rate, he is an improvement on Ii.aixi: Juki: IIai:.i.on, the colored Con groiiRian from Ala...

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. — 15 November 1876

THE HERALD WEDNESDAY NOV. K, 17 firdTransient advertisements must le paid for in advance. Charge fur yearly advertisements will le collcctrJ quarterly. AH advertisements inserted without FjwcifirJ time will lie charged for until ordered out. Votices under heail of ' Fieferrcd I.o oals" Ten Cents per line. Announce ments of Marriages or Deaths not exceeding five linrs, and noticed ol Preaching published gratis, JgJ01iiliiary Notice.', Kewdtitions of tei.pect and oilier tiuiilar notices, Kivc Cents per line. Jl work of every descriptinn dono nith neatnto end dipatcb,at city prices. Wehaie. full line of job type", and ohcil the patron age of th bnniness coiumiinilr. "I'm a man of very cjuict tati f-aiil :ts he wont Uchind the loor and tabled something. Wi: have a very creditable Salihalh Sohool, (much tit t!ie crclit of our 3-osnig folks'), conducted here. Gno U. Wedding Kq. has been aj jxiinteil Deputy IT. S. Collector of Jnt Kev. for the 2nd Dh-t. of Kentucky, and Mirvevor of Still:-...

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. — 15 November 1876

f THE HERALD Arrival anil Departure of the Mails. KiMern anil Western Mails leave at 11 a. in , nml nrrite nt-t: 15, ji. in. every day Sulphur Spring, ronlsville, Utmie viltcnnd IVlUille leaves every Tluirsd.iy at 0 . in. ami arrives S:itur.l:i v at .! p. in. TIio Onenstioro mail, 'm. Itetl.i, Bn font, I'liMsar.t Itidge ami Ma-onville leaves n Tuilay;:iml I'riday at 7 a. in., anJ arrives Momlnv ai.il Thursday at 0 p. in. The Ccnterlouti mail nrriviil MIOa. m., nnd departa at 11 a. :n. WcilneMlay. 0. J. LAWToX, roitiii.n-ter. lo ymi lulio TIic Mutiny Mouth? If not, semi fur it inime.liatelv. It is the universal favorite, and all South crners arc promt ol it. Iet a large club he raised without delay in this eonununity. It ii the only illustrated literary weekly in the South, and the press and people everywhere isuite in pronouncing it the equal in every re rpect of any Minular publication in America. The best literary talent of the whole country, North and South is writing for It, ani...

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. — 22 November 1876

suusonrpTioN' rates. Ono copy, ono yonr. $ 1 50 One copy, fix months 1 All Unc copy, three luonttis . uO No deduction from thejo rates under any circuintancs. As wo are. compelled by law to pay postage tn advance on papers Font outride r Ohio county, we aro forced to requiro payment on subscription in advance. All letters on business must be addressed to n l". kokuutson, rubrniir. i.mtct: jii:irn;s. .A. y. m. HARTFORD LODGE, NO. 130. Herts thin! Motiilav nipKt in each month. JOHN IV TKACY, V. M. SAM K. H 1 1. U-Secty. JR. .A. jYI. KEYSTOXK CHAPTER, NO. 110. Meets fpcotiil Morula v iiiulit in cadi month. ALE. V. If. MOOKi:. H.T Comn. II. WK1NSIIK1M MKlt.Scc I. O. O. F. 1IAKTK01M) LODGE No. 15S. MitIh in Taylor llall. in Ilnrtfiml, Ky ,011 the Second nnd Fourth Saturday ctcntiucft in each month. The fraternity are conli:illy tnvilt-il to vis.it ua when con venient for them to Jo i-o li. lt.m:r.TT. X. O. Wm. l'uiprs, Si;c. 15. 1 Bbkuvmax. D. 1). G. M. j7oG.r IIAHTFOKD LODGE NO. 12. Mee...

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 November 1876

THE HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 87C. Oaf The Editors Jo not assume re uponbUiility (or the views of correepomU wuts. All'communicatioiis must be no comnauiet! with the names of their author. lie written onlv nn one enle of u pace or paper. Where it is not desireil, the imme of conrspoiulcnta nccJ not appear in the paper, but mist be in iuo iui-s ion oi the lUilor.s. Good morning Colonel. "Anything fresh this morning?" "Any htler news this afternoon?" "Any Into telegrams received to- iiieht?" "Well, what do you think o( the situation now?" "Do you think they will count Til- den out in Louisiana?" "Any definite news from .South Carolina, Florida or Louisiana?" Tin: alwvc are the only expressions one hears on the streets during these gloomy days of suspense. Tun New York Herald sends out 1 he following is the delegation elcct- thesc word of encouragement to the cd to Congress all Democrats: National plunderers: "Now, supposing I laves declared elected by counting the votes from the thr...

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 November 1876

THE HERALD " WEDNESDAY NOV. 15, 187G DSTTransient advertisements must be paid for in advance. Charges for yearly advertisements will be collected quarterly. All advertisements inserted without specified lime will .be charged for until ordered out. Votices under head of 1 Preferred Tio cals" Ten Cents per line. Announcements of Marriages or Deaths not exceeding rive lines, and notices of Preaching published gratis, EST" Obituary Notioes, Resolutions of Respect and ollitr similar notices, Five Cents per line. Jeb work oT orery description done with neatness anddipateb,ateity prises. Wehave n fallline of joV types, and tolielttbe patronage ef the bosiaes eoimnnnitT. (general ocal nv The Henderson Reporter says the women of that burg swap their hus bands' breeches off for hickorv-nuts. Fat hogs arc selling at six cents in Henderson. Timo and space will not permit us to give even a synopsis of Col II. D. McIIknry's nddress at the Court House last night, but will m our next issue. Trie fi...

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 November 1876

THE nERALD Arrival' and Departure of the Kails, Enotcrn and Western Mails leave Mil rt. in., and arrive at 1: 15, l. in. eviry day Sulphur Spring?. Fordsville. llayncs villeanJ iMIville leaves every 'llinmlny at 0 p. in. and arrives Saturday 'at :5 p. m. Tli s Owcindm mail, via. TJedi. Bti ford, 1'le.is.iiit Kid;e and Mamville leaves on Tucsdav.and Friday at . a. m . and nrrives Monday ami Thursday at 0 p. in. The Centcrtonn mail nrrivid MIOa. m., and departs at 1 1 a. Wednesday. C. .1. LAWTON, Postmaster. Xoior 3SinI." "What's the use ol always fretting At the trials we shall find Ever strewn along our pathway? Travel on nnd "never mind." Travel onward; working, hopinj. Caft no lingering glance l.ehind At the trials once eneounteicJ, Look ahead and "never mind." What is pt l,at forever; Let all fatting he resigned; It will never help the matter Doyour he!, and "never mind." And if those who might befriend jou, Whom the tie of nature hind, Should refuse to do their duty, Look to Hea...

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 November 1876

SUUSCIUPTrON UATI3S. One ropy, ono year $ 1 50 Ono copy, fix month 1 (HI One copy, '.brco mouths 50 Xo deduction from thro rate under anv circnmstaneis. As wo are compelled by law lo pay pota In advance on papers sent out'ide of Ohio county, ne arc forced to require payment on ubfr riptions in advance. All Icttrrs on business mut 1c nd.lrcsr.l to It 1. UQitERTSOX, Publisher. i.odui: ?ii:irriM:s. JS.. Y. M. HARTFORD LODGE, NO. 15(5. Jlecla ttiinl Hominy nijzlit in cncli month. JOHN V. TKAOY. W. M. SAM E. IUI.Ii, Sccty. JEt. JL. jM. KEYSTONE CIIA1TER, NO. 110. Meets seeon.l Moiul.iv tiielit in ench month. M". K. W. H. MOOKU, II. T Comp. H. WEIXSHKIM MKK.Scc. I. O. O. F. IIARTKORI) LODGE No. 15S. Meets in Taylor Hnll. in Ilartforil, Ky , on the Second ami Fourth Saturday evening in each month. The fraternity nre cordinlly invited to vis-it us when con venient for them to do eo li. Harhett. X. (I. YVm. I'lurrs, Sec. 15. T. Bkkrvmav. D. 1). G. M. I. CXGr. T. . HARTFORD LODGE NO. 12. Meet...

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 November 1876

2 THE HERALD. JXO. I. UVUKI'TT. tMilnr. Wr.UNIWUAY, llKCEEMinni 2, -s;c. Witji tliis issue of ilu IIkimi.d, wo again sh:iip cntiro control anil An ue imr very ln-st omliuvor.? a:ul will ypr.ro no rc.vonnlile expense or olliirt l make it a paper worthy of the p:t irtimgcof tlio people of Ohio euutify. Wo regret that it ha not leen sliding alo lg as smoothly for the p.it few weeks as it f-houhl. We lng pardon of the patrons o! the 1Ii:uai.i for the failures, blunder and mi-takes of the past few months and will add that the office has bean on a ''big tear," but wo will get it sobered down by next week and give you all a live, good paper to read. I'Xl'I.AXATOKY. Some time in September we made a contract with 11. P. llobertson to sell the Herald office. JIc was to Secure, us in the pay by a mortgage on the office and on real estate which lie was to do M.ion as his wife came over from Ilopkinsville, which he said would be in a week or so and if I would give him possession, he would go to ...

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 November 1876

WKDNKSDAY I)KO. 2. 1870. tSyTr.nifirnt advertisements must be j.-tkl fur in advance. Charcc fur yearly advertisements will le collected quarterly. All advertisements worried itlioiit fpocilif.1 lime will lie charged fot until ordered out. Xrwloes unJcr he-id of Preferred I cnls" Ten Cents per lint. Aimoaiirt'ineiits ofMnrrinpesor Death not ose.ee.i;np live line.', nnd notices ul Preaching ftublinliotl gratU. E3y Obituary Notices, Resolution of lieepect ami other xiuiilttr notice", Five Cents per line. Job work of every dcseriptlon Juno with neatness and dispatch, at city prices. Wchave n fulll'me of job types, and solicit the patronage of the business eatnmunlty. (General oc;U leu$, For Sulc a goodfiolil Watch on fair terms call on J no. P. lUttmrrr. .Tno. P. Park one of the oldest anil mol reliable citizens of this county died last Sunday, one week ago. Mr. I). If. Krcnclt anil wife for merly of this place but now residents of Lagrange, Ky., were in town vii iting relatives and fri...

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 November 1876

Jt THE HERALD rrival and Denarture of the Mails, KnMlern and M'cMcrn M.iilx lcnvua 11 a tn., and arrive at -1: I.", i in ewry dny Sulphur Spring. Kurdsville, ll.ivms vJlle nnd IVlltille leaves every 'I hur.-day nt Op. in. ami arrive Snturdint .'5 in. Tito Oivrn-dioro mail, I'.e.l.i, l!u ford, l'leifmit Ji.t ami M:ionvillr lemcs on TiIimJ.iv :itul I'ridtiy at 7 a. in . :inl arrie- Monday and Thursday at t j. tn. The Contertowti mail nrri-nl M 10 a. tn., ami departs at 1 1 a. mi. Wednesday. 0. .1 LAWTON', I'osttna-ter. Tlic .Mule. i-.v MAirri.v v. t-it-i:. From llic Uoston-Globe. Who Imtli seen a mule tlic? Hath the viMOti of man encompassed one upon Lis last lce, nn.l about to keel over? Hixy, my hoy, (or the mule is immortal! lie livcth a thousand years, ami then liraceth up, ami taketh fresh hold for twenty tlion.-ainl. Such is the vatiirf", the grandeur, the greatness of the animilc. He is a Idg thing; Why is lie a thing thats big ? Thy the ant ami coisMer ' lie is big because he ...

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 December 1876

SUBSCRIPTION HATES. "Oaa copy, one yesr. Oae copy, ilx qo tit hf ....... On eopyi -brae taoaths. ...... .8 i M V deduction (com these ratos under any JiUlUIlUDUh At hi an compelled by law to pay pottage 1a advance ea papers sont outside of Obto nut;, wa art foreeel to require payment on abtarlptioniln advance. All Utters oa builaeii unit b addreistd to It P. ROBERTSON, Publisher, JL. Y. M. .TIABTFORD LODGE, SO. 1C6. Metta tLirJ Monday uigbt !n each PMsatfc, JOHK P. TRACY. W. M. BAUE. HILL.Secty. KJCY8TONE CHAPTER, NO. 110 Kelts aeoond Monday nieht ia each aoatk. OltS." Wf H. MOORE. H. P, Com p. 11. WEINSIIEIH MKU.Sec. I. O. O. F1. HARTFORD LODGE No. 158. Meets in Taylor Hall, in Hartford Xy .on the Second and Fourth Saturday oviBintt in each month. The fratcrnilv -art cordially invited to visit ua whin con -vaaient for lharu to do to U Batairr. N. G. VY. Pairrs, Sue. B. P. Baiarnix. D. D. G. 1L J. O. Gr. T. HARTFORD LODGE 250. 12. Httta in Taylor Hall, Hartford. Ky . everv I bandar ...

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 December 1876

2 TEHB-HERA-J:!7).' JXO. I'. IIAIUIETT, Editor. WKDJiKSDAY, DECEKMilEIl C, 876. Vnlctliclory. With this number of tlio Hkram, I sever my connection. My sojourn in this itleav.int little city lias licen brief but pleasant, and, ns an editor, I . cannot but express my deep rcgrcta ot lieing compelled to thus, so early, to Fover my connection, leaving fresh in my memory, indelibly, many Focial remains. I transfer back to Mr. Jxo. P. BAKKirrr. all the interest I ever bad in the IIixald and hope the cit izens will support ,bim so as to cuablo liitn to rdako a first-class paper of it. , All nccounts for advertising from tho 2.0th of September to the 29th of November, arc due me. That is for II week?. All unpaid subscriptions tiro due Mr. Harkrit. With the kindest feeling for all and not on a tare I remnin. B. R Rohertson. Aotice, -The difficulties between Mr. Bon j:rt&ox and myself have been amica- . biyUdjustcd. All accounts on his nc count book arc to be settled as indica- ted by en...

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 December 1876

5 WEDNESDAY DEC. C, 1876. S-Transient advertisements must tie paid for in advance. Charges for yearly advertisements will be collected quarterly. All advertisements inserted without specified time will.be charted for until ordered out. Notices under head of ' Preferred Lo cals"Tn Cents per line. Announcements of Marriages or Deaths not exceeding five lines, and notices ol Trenching published gratis, e&Obituiry Notices, Resolutions of Itespect and other similar notices, Five Cents per line. Jb work of every description done with oeataess aud dispatch, at oily price. We have fall line of job typo, and olicit the patronage of the business community. (Stuerat gocat $tw, Do uot fail to read the Beaver Dam letter. Tlicro has been a great deal of win ry weather of Into. Fine Cigan for sale, by W. II. 3IUKRELL, Beaver Dam. Mr. T. B. Yager, City Marshal of Owensboro, made a flying trip to our .. city ,one day last week. . . Mr. Geo. Klein our enterprising tin. ncr ha his new dwelling hou...

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 December 1876

JLXUDi JCJLJl(XViLiU I ' I.MHMU A.Kan,. Life j. ,.r ,:,...,. . MENDEL &KAHN, a at . - I Ull ui IlLLIi: 1111 lir. I 1 I I -1 Amval Depand artUre Of the who travel, over continent must J Halls. step by step. ne who writes a book Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, Eastern ami Western Mails If are a 11 ,nust Jo 'lt sentence by sentence. He LOUIS THIPjP. GREAT CENTRAL a. m., and arrive at 4: 15, p. in. every day who learns a science must master it fac. Sulphur Springs, For.lsville, Havncs- i,v f.,Pt nA nr:nn;i p, . , till, and TelNille leaves every Thursday 7 , Pnnc,Pl0 nftcr principle. I C p. m. and arrives Saturday at 3 p. ni. " hat 18 11,0 happiness of our lifo made The Owensboro mail, vja. BcJa, Bit fori, Pleasant Hiilge and Maeonville liarci on Tuesday and Friday at 7 a. tn., and arrives Monday and Thursday at 6 p. tn. The Centerlown mail arrivad M10 a. ru., and departs at 1 1 a. m. Wednesday. C J. LAWTOJf, Postmaster. Do J oa take The Suuny Soulli? If not,...

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