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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 24 January 1877

THE HARTFORD HERALD. ' COME, THE HERALD OF A XOISV WORLD, THE XEWS OF ALL XATIOXS LVMHERIXG AT MY HACK." -A.DVTETZTISI?fG RATES, , Oat oopy, on year. 9 I 20 Una eopy, lii months - 1 00 Ono eopy, :hree nwnthi. ........ SO No dtJugliuu from these rates under any eirsaiaitauaes. At we art compelled by law to pay postage in aivanc on papers tent outside of Obio uunty, w aro forced to require payment on ahfcrlptiousin advance. All Utters on butincsi inuttba addressed to JOHN I. BAllltErT, lubliihrr. S One Two-. Three Col. i Col. I Col. 1.011, 1 50J 2J0 t i 00 7.50 10.00 12.00 7JCI llo.e 15.01 ltXt Zt.it 30 00 50.09 90.10 1.74 2.M 4.00 5.00 7J0 19.01 15.01 l.0t 20.00 30.00 50.01 2.S0 1.50 iOO 3.00 4.00 6.00 8.001 14.00 (.00 .1.00 12.00! 13.00 10 001 15.00' 20.00! 35.00! VOL. 3. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., JANUARY 24, 1ST 7. NO. 3. Forehorter time, at proportionate ratet. One inch of apace eonstitntea x aqnar. SUBSCRIPTION UA.TI3S. l.onuc meeting. .A. Y M. HARTFORD LODGE, NO. ISO. Meats 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. — 24 January 1877

4 TUEIIEHALD. J.l. I. II.tKIIETT. lUlitor. WKDSBSDAV, JANUARY 21, 1S;7. Zacii Ciianih.kii lias at ln.it heoii forced to admit that he Mnt tho tro.iin and money trlrgrain to (Jov. Slcsrn, of Florida, the day after tlic ole clion. (Jkn. .1. Warkkx (ikirsuy, of Dan ville, incmWr of lite late Legislature-, from Marion County, died in Lexing ton, on 12th iust, aged, 58 year. Govkknoi: (lAKIANll of Alkailta was elected to the United Slates Sen ale recently, -receiving otic hundred and thirter n out of thn 0:10 hundred and twenty-ono vote3 cast. This whs rpiite a complimentary Tote. He suc ceed Senator Clayton, wc heliere. Oxk liy one tins extreme politicians of lwth parties have to step down and out and a more conservative, lilioral cla.s of men step in to govern nilaira 1 Ins is a good omen and augurs well for the future. The latest instance is the election of Hon. Geo. P. Hoar, to the United States Senate, from Mas to succeed Geo. S. Horn well u-ho mtule a fine rqmUiiion as a fiwmcier 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. — 24 January 1877

I WEDNESDAY JAN. 17. 1S77. l3"TninMfiit Advertisements mnt tie mil for in advance. Chftrpes for yearly ndvertifemcnts will be collected quarterly. Alt a.lrrrlirmrnt inserted witllOUl iocifmi time will be clinrged fot until ordered out. Voticca .under head of ' Proferrcd I.o c1 Ten Cents per line. Announcements of Marriages or Deaths not exceeding five linee, rind notice ol Preaching publiflird Rrnti6, tsJf-Obituary Koticeo, Keeolutions of Respect and oilier similar notice, five Cents per line. Jab work of every dessriptlon done with neatness and dispatch, al city prices. We line a foil line of job types, and nlicit t'jcilr.jno of the business eoaiujunity. General Local iNows. Uenrr Cirillin is about well again. The days nre growing longer. CJivo us Bleuping-i-tones If yon please. The season for saw-logging ii draw ing near. The road from this plare to Heaver Dam, is in a had condition. A nice little dance canto off at the Hartford llmic last Friday night. At present we arc unalile 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. — 24 January 1877

THE IIERALDr Arrival and Departure of the Mails. Kftrrn ntid WoMcrn MaiM loavi nt 10 n. in., nml :trrie nt -l, p in im .lay Sulphur Spring. Fordnville. llnym- viltoiiiiil iVlKilh-leaves every Thursday at 0 1 1. in. nml arrives Satnrdiij nt 3 . in. The ()enlort mail. Rcdii, Hh ford. 1'liTit.aiit Ridge nml Miii-onville Iraves n Tuiixlav ami Friday nt 7 a. in . ami arrives Monday ami Thursday at i in. Tho tVntertnwn mail arrives MlOn. in., and departs nt 11 a. tu. Wcdnmlay. C. .1. I.AWTOK, lntina--ler. nom-mic am A;ui iii.'rritK. Cold Muiv. Cut up tlio caliK-ip very fine with n yliarp knift" anil sprinkle over it a Ifa sjHioufiiI nf fait. For a larfjc lili, .ay si iiuait ofoaliliao, life two czg, a iiireo of Iiutler t lie s-hc of an egg, a teacup ot water anil half a teacup of goml vinegar, lleat the egg., white anil yolk together very light, aihl the water, vinegar ami lititlrr, and put all ilia tin liefore the lire, stir all the time till it is of a creamy thickness. Pour it hot over...

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. — 31 January 1877

N 51 SUHaOKlPTION RATES. One copy, one year- $ 1 SO Ono copy, lix months .. 1 OU One eopy, :hree months 'o deduction from thtic rales under nay citoamttnci. As ne are compelled by law to pay postage n advance on papers lent outiiJe of Ohio county, we arc forced to reipiire payment on ubicriptiomin advance. All letter on builnen mutt be addreiied to JOHN P. BARRETT, Publiihrr. i.ouui: Mr.irri.js. Y. M. HARTFORD LODGE, NO. 156. Meets third Mondav night in each moutli. W. II MOOltK. V. M. JOHN P. TKACY. Sect?. . R.A.M. KEYSTONE CHAPTER, NO. 110. JJrets second Monday night in each month. M E W. It MOO It E, H. P Com p. H. WEINSHEIM MEK.Sec. I. O. O. F1- HAUTFORD LODGE No. 158. Metis in Taj lor iIrII. in UartforJ, Ky .on the Second ami Fourth Saturday eveniuc in cadi month. The fraternity are cordially invited to visit us when con venient fr them to do ao. L Raruktt. X. tt. VVu. rutrra. Sec. R P. Bkruvhjix. D. D. G. M. T. O. &. T. HAHTFORD LODGE NO. 12. Meets in Taylor Hall. Hartford...

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. — 31 January 1877

THE II KHALI). SXi. I. ltKtr.Tr. t Mi tor. VKK.'itAY. iASV BY .11. 1ST;. trm .'itorim-il Ufll, lint, if I'M. St. , I iir li.nl not have Ihhii thou- t jl:y ( tlio (.ml; mil Dr. llmlon to play tlio 'j;!.!.-! of IlaniloiV llitlu-r. part of the 'fun v.ouli! have Wen lo.-t. ('nine to our liitlo "Imrc," Imv-, tmil llos. IS. 11. HiU.vn.soIrrtO(l to the rwnw ym (iv..tl IhIu t!niiitit fill ltlf ?rii!siV. I Ire iJi.. l."ihtuiv of tlio &Ule of Ky., have route.! the toli.neo kirn of we'll p:it- Mtit. Pool t Co., of I'.ielic.-ter, barn of will short lv. " .. . . ' i ii l lirarjrM, after a bitter anil uciimrmmiis '-'n- ' ."", - 4. ai.. ii;n ii-i,ii,-..i Mini eoiiiinemv uih'i.ii.ihix. slamleral ;i few w-ek-t ago, by Wing of trying to torni :i roinbina fioir willi llre. Hi' victory is a niipk'.e Jruriiph :onl vindication from sill fiHil r.ipcrtions npou his nr.nie. juul clmraeter. Tub Electoral Trilninul or Pence 1KH. which we jMibli-li in full on our first 5r.', thi week, paswil the Sen ate lr...

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. — 31 January 1877

2 WEDNESDAY JAN. HI, 1877. j The younK people of the Cci-.ilvo jfcS-TranMcnt advertisements itiiiat he neighborhood gave :i party last 1'riday paid for in ailvancc. night nt tho residence of Mrs1. E. Dex Charges Tor yearly advertisements will ' or Several of the fun-loving people to collected quarter.;. . f ;uuj ))thor ,0 s WCI1 All rulvrrtifcinentii inserlel without! ' , ... M.cifie.l time will to c.urs for untill present, anion- wioiu were I Preferred Lo ordered out. N'nlios under head of ta'V Ton Cents per line. Anomieemot of Marriage or De.Mli ti.it crrtloi live !'" wA notice, ot pul!iVil sr.ntia, r;-Obituary Notices. Ueolutions of 15epet and oilier nimil-ir notices, Kivi CiHtu -r line. Job orV f cirry description done with n..tn.n ddisitcti.atoity ptiees. T7l.c a full lino of j-btyiws.md solicit the patr-mage f Iho huiiusst tamKiumlT. General Tooid Tcyvvrf.j Tlie Lender. Alnple, C'apt. .1. J. .Jones', .Mr. D. A. (.oodman, (.'apt. A. J. Hlevcns nnil Lieut. S. (). Maple. The orca...

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. — 31 January 1877

THE HERALD. Arrival and Departure of the Mails. The Eastern Mail leaves at 9 a. in., and nrrivc al 1 p. m. The Western Mail leaves n.t 2 y m , nnd arrive at (j p. m. Sulphur Springs, Fonlsvillc, Ilnynw lillcntid iVllville leaves every Thursday at dp. in. anJ arrives Sntunlat at II p. in. The Owensboro mail, via. Bed.t, Ru forJ. I'leasaiit Ki.ltfe and Mawanville lrnvc on Tuesday nnd Kriilay at 7 a. in , nml arrives Monday and Thurailay at 6 p tu. The Ccntcrtown mail arrive it 10 a. in., nml departs at 1 1 a. :n. Wednesday. (' .1. I.AWTOX, Pitmatrr. (Aintinurd from first page. a time ol much public dispute, is of fnr greater importance than the particular ndvantnee that any man or party may in !! coure of events jiotsihly obtain lint we have ftill endeavored to pro vide Mich lawful npencies of decision in the present cac ns shall be the most fatr and impartial under the circumstances. Each of the branches of the leislattin, and the judiciary, arc represented in the trihtinal in e.iual...

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. — 7 February 1877

I SUBSCRIPTION HATES. On eopy, one year- 1 50 Ona eony, lit montlii.. 1 OU One eopy , three months.. SO No deduction from these rates under any eWeamstanoss. As we are compelled by lw to pay poitago la advance on papers sent outside of Ohio eoualy, we arc forced to rcquiro payment on ubseriptionstn advance. Alt letteri on business mnitbo addressed to JOnN V. UAUUUTT, Publisher. LODGE MELT1NUH. A.. Y. M. HAKTFORD LODGE, NO. 156 Uttti tliinl Monday iiiitht in each month. W. 11. MOOUE. W. M, JOHN P. TKACY. Sectr. R. A jS. KEYSTONE CHATTER, NO. 110. Vasts second Monday nieht in each inoalb. M. E. W. H. MOOKE. II. P Camp. II. WEINSHEIM MKR.Sec, I. O. Q. F. HARTFORD LODGE No. 158. atesta in Taylor Hall, in Hartford, Ky , ob the Second and Fourth Saturday eveninc in each montli. The fraternity are aordially invited to vieit u when con Taoiant for them to do ao. L BiKKirr. N. G. W. Putrrs, 6sc. B. P. Bsihmk. D. D. G. M. I. Q. G. T. HARTFORD LODGE NO. 12. Vew in Taylor Hall. Hartford. Ky.. v...

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. — 7 February 1877

THE HERALD. J.Vrt. I H.XKKKTT. Tilitor. VrKPN'KSDAY, VKlim'AllY 7, 1877. Tin: I'rwiilent fijrnwl tlie lull, and the Electoral Commission nre at mirk. Tm: electoral ('omnusMon have probably pasl uiion Floriibi's vote by this time, but have nut yet heanl the re-ult. The Iiouisvillc, Paducah and South western rail road, changed hands last Thursday the 1st, instant, being now in possession of the purchasers nt United States Marshall's role. Gen-cr-l It. II. (J. Minty succeeds Mr. D. F. Whitcomb, as general s-uperintend ent with headipiarte.M at Kliznbeth town. Several other changes in ofB cen have been made. ftherldaa flight For Once. Gen. Sheiidan was right about ex Gov. J. Maditon Wells, and yet not more than half right, after all. He did not cive Gov. Welli half so bad a character as that worthy has just given himself. Hu testimony given before the House Committee was such as could only have been given by a rogue who feared that he might feel the halt er draw if he told too much. He ...

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. — 7 February 1877

Jt?-Transient advertisements mutt be raid for in advance. Charges for yearly advertisements will pe colleetexl quarterly. All advertisements wfrrted without f peeified time will be charged for until ordered out. Votices under head of ' Preferred Lo amU" Ten Cents per line. Announcements of Marriages or Deaths rut exceedinc five liner, and notices ol Preaching published gratis, JaiT-OUHnary Koticcs, Resolutions of Reapsct and otnsr similar nonces, rue Cents per line. Job work of evtry daitrlptlon done with aoatnett and dispateh,at city prices. Wehave a fall llaeef jab types, and telicittbepatronsge 1 the bniintn eommuntty. General Local News. WEDNESDAY FEB. 7, 1877. Burning plantbeds is now in order. Our farmers are making preparations for large crops this Mason. Monday was county court day, and a good many people were in town. Thanks to Rev. W. W. Cook for St. Louis and Xaahville papers. Rev. James II. Barnelt will preach at the Methodist church in Ilartford next Sabbath day. at ele...

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. — 7 February 1877

THE HEKALD. Arrival and Departure of the Mails. . The Esslorn Mnil leaves at 9 a. m., nml nrnvu nl 1 p. m The We-u-rn Mnil leave at '2 p. iu., nihl arrite hi (j p. m. Sulphur Spring, Kurdaviile, HayiiOM iltc :in.l Polhtlle leaves every Tlniw.liiy nl C p. ra. iiiul arrive Saturday at 3 p in The Oivctiidor mnil, via Iledit, Hii for.l. rieioant Kid;:? anJ Mnwmvillc leave on Tuesday and .Friday nt 7 n. in , and arrives Monday thd Thursday at 0 p in. Tiie '.'etitertown mail arrive nt 10 a. ni., miuI departs at 1 1 a. :n. Wednesday C J. LAWTON, rMinaMfr A I.-srsru-Ilearled View of the Indian. irhllilphEulletii.l "1 don't take the same new o( the North Americnn Indian that most people do," said professor Bangs, in a discussion down at the grocery store in a suburban town, the other night. "Now some think that the red man displays a want of good taste in declining to wash himself, but I don't. What is dirt? It is simply mat ter, the same kind of matter that exists everywhere. The earth is m...

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. — 14 February 1877

ADVKnTISING RATKH. Ons opy, 9e year..,...... 1 50 On'oopt, flx inontlia......... ............... 1 00 tue aopy, llro maothi..- .. 50 No deJuctiun from tboie rates undornny etrsamatane.ts. At we aro compcllc J l.y law to pay postage in aslvance on papers sent outside of Obto canary, we art forced to require payment on abteriptionsin advance. All lelWrt on toiintn must lie addressed to JOHN P. lURRu'TT, Publisher. Oue J Two. Three Four- $ l.i'U, I Jo's Ul'lt i 00 711 IJIO.O 1.7 Z.5U Z.iBi S.iO 3.0! 500 1.C0 7m! lO.Of-llS.Ce 5.001 7Scl lO.!' lS.6fllS.r MM', 16.0f:0.0 " COME, Tim HEItALfrOF A XOrSV WORM). THE AYv'HV? OF AI,L JY.l TYO.V.S LUMliEIHSG AT MY HACK." I Col. 4.08! 6.00 8. On' 14.00' JO.ClijO 10 i Col rt.OOt 8.00 l'.OO 1S.0B1 39.CC Col.l 10 00) 15.00: '20.001 Sj.lM-j sn.arj90.eo VOL. 3. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FEBRUARY 14, 1877. NO. 6. Forshorter time, at proportionate rates. Ono ineh of space constitutes a sqiiara. THE HARTFORD HERALD. LODOS MEirriKUN. HARTFORD LODGE, XO. ...

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. — 14 February 1877

& Til K II K U A LD. jo. s. ihrui.tt. i:uiiitr. whhmimmy, i Kitia auy n, is::. Tiir. KI.KfTOIt.lI. MO.V. If Dct lttoH That tlw Mcctnrnl ViHc nt riorlrtu Minll hp ':tt for IIujfN unit Wlieelor, iiuit Tlirrclsy KuiM-liitiiN an IkiioriitmiN I'rauil! When the Electoral Tribur.nl Bill was before Congress, ami the country witnessed those Senators and Koiitwcn Utive who had hitherto been consid ered strict pnrti-:iti!", putting aside their pnrtium prejudices and giving to the measure their cordial and hc-arty support, thus apparently at Ieat sub ordinating party to country, honesty stud conservatism, took courage and imagined that they foresaw in the ar rangement an lionot, as well as a eaceab!o solution of tho vexatious of tlio Presidential ijiie'tion, which lint' already too long remained in a comli tion ot painful uncertainty Mid pence. But uo tooucr had the bi'l be come a law, than the ISadical .Senate tounded on cud to tho truce, by plac iug upon the Commission, the reckless and c...

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. — 14 February 1877

Kj-Trnn.tut ndvcrt'inmu.ls inurt le tdil for In advance. I Charges Tor yearly advertisements will te coIlcctM quarterly. All rulverliwments inerte.l without pcifird lime will lie chrtrpci for tititil ordered out. Votioea under licfttl of ' rrcfcrreil Ijn eV Ten Cent tr line. Anitonncrrncnt of Marriage or Deaths not exocediog five line, and notices ol Preaching published f.rutip, BfflObitttary Notice.. Hosoluiiom of Rtepect nd oilier similar notWs, Kive Cents per line. JeV work of every description don tilth keataess and dlspateti, it city price . We have .a full line of job types, and solieitthepatronage f the btilneti community. Geiiexal Local !N"evs. WEDNESDAY FEB. 14. 1877. florid lias gone to h Hayes. Hartford lta three school. Uueioem is .omen hat dull. This ip St Valentine's day. A new lime table of the Orteneboro railroad appears in lliW issue. Mrs. Mary Mclntvre returned from visit to Oivcnsboro a few days ago. Harry Bridge, of Louisville, has bee in town for a day or two pa...

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. — 14 February 1877

THE HERALD. Arrival and Departure of the Mails, The Eastern Mail leases nt 9 a.m. and nrrm nl 1 p. in The UVrftern-Mail leci at 'J j in, ruJ nrrive nt 0 p. in. Sulphur Spring. Ford'ville, Kiiyne villenml i'ellville leavon every Tliuredny at Cp. in. nud arries Saturday at I! p in. The Oivenwboro mail, i Bidt. Hu fvtil. Fief:uit ll'ft nml Ma-.'iivill. leave on Tuccilav and l-'ridsy at 7 . m . aiiJ arrives Monday and Thursday at 0 p in. The CVitertown mail arrives at 10 a. m., and departs at U a 'n Wednesday. .!. I.WVToN". I'.wlm.i-ter Tlio Iiliroaory of Tobareo. In an attlele. in I'oinrroy's Democrat, ne tlnd the following account of its di cover; ami an Indian legend altout its miraculous origin. "The tobacco plant was first discovered, i-o fur a-t is known, hy two men pent out by Columrmi to explore the island of Culm in November, 1 19i After their return to the vessel they told many doubt lul flories in regard to this plnot. A more intimate aeipiaintanee with the country and its pl...

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. — 21 February 1877

AUVEnXIHINO IL.VTKH, THE HARTFORD HERALD. f, j On copy, on year................ I 10 X T On copy, lU inonthi......... I 00 i Doe copv.ihree ragutht............ ....... iO No deduction from line ntfi nndtrany ObI lJo.a I Jf IJO Tw. 1.7 3-Jo 4.t 7.41 ole.o iteumitajicji. MM MM 16.0 I1M lax Ai w are compelled by lw to pay pottage in adranc en paprt itnt.oul'ide of OhU Three! .. lit S.MI Fnr , 3.00 SOC 7J. 1 C.t.i 4.00 (. .M IColl 6.00 H.M 12.M I Cel 1 00 !S-00 rt.M "I COME. THE UEllAT.n OF A XOTSV WORLD. THE SEWS OF ALL XATIOXS T.UMBEMXG AT MY BACK." . , 12.U IJ.t St.Mr 30.H M.M jo.eo MM' county, w art forced to rcquir payment on 1S.0 ubieripliomin advance. Atl letteri on huinrts rauitbe aildreiied to VOL. 3. HAKTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY FEBRUAEY 21, 1877. NO. 7. For tbnrttr time, al prsp-irtlonalera tea. Ona Inch of apaco eanilitalo a eeaaro. JOHN T. BARRETT, Poblliher. smiSOHIPTION HATES. LOBOC MEETINflN. JL. Y. uSI. 1IAUTFOIID LODGE, NO. 156. Meets third Mondav nijht in encli month. W....

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. — 21 February 1877

mmm THE HERALD. jxo. p. n,Kiti:rr, tauor. WKDNESPAY, FEBRUARY SI, 1R77. Tittsos look ratlirr Hazy ju.t now. He wIki 1ms committed iniquity ahull not have equity. Alas for tlmt Electoral Cominiaiioti If that bullet lind struck Packard on tlio chock the Mitilitiifei of the wound would not lw so stronge. frequently rrnr conquer truth and reason, especially in the partisan interpretation of laws couched in gen eral "expression" for therein "fraud lies eonrenlcd.' Am I a vacal or n jeer? J. Mmli win Well. I should say he traj the peer ofnny d d scoundrel nnd villain tlint ever lived. GnxTLiaiux of tho Electoral Cora- iniion did you reflect when disposing of tho Florida nnd Louisiana cases that the law holds it a fraud to conceal a fraud. The people know tho law nnd will try your party by in rules in tho future. Titic one million majority of white voters who supported Tildcn and Hen dricks in November, now rcalitc the trutU of the common law maxim?, that "Fraud" liei hid in general expres...

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. — 21 February 1877

r THE HERALD. 85!rTrs.niient advertisements mint be paid" for in advance. Charges furjftarly Advertisement bo collected quarterly. All advertisements inserted Without specified time w ill le charged fot until ordered out, Voiiccn under head of ' TreferrcJ Lo cVa" Ten Cents per line. iu . Announcement of Marriages or Deaths not exceeding five line, anil notices ol Preaching viubliahed Jtratu, COliituary Notices, Itesolutlon of Respect and oilier similar notices, Five Cent per line. Jab work of very description Jobs with neatness and dispatch, at citj price. TVabav a fill tine of job types, and solicit the patronage f lha business community. G enoral Local JTevs. WEDNESDAY FEH. 21, 1877. Thanks to Mr. It P. Crabtree and wife for favor. Quarterly meeting wat held here last Saturday and Sunday. Several communication! were received, I. tit too late for this issue. . Matter Commissioner, B R. Murrell has been sick for several days. Hon. II. D. Mcllenry, returned home Monday, from Washingt...

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. — 21 February 1877

JLjUL.11, XLlhiX2UJ. Arrival and Departure of the Mails. Tlic Kistcrn Mail leave at 9 n. m , ami arriw at 1 p. m Til? Western Mini lustcsnt 2 p.m., and Hrrivr at fij p. m Sulphur Springs, Forilvillu, Hayncs vilVm.,1 IVIhitlc Lave every Thursday at G p. m. and arrives Saturday nl 3 p. in The Ortcnuhoro miil, via. Brill. P.n ford. INca-ant HH;r ami Mawmville l!ive on TueJav nnd Friday nt 7 a. m . an. I arrives Monday nud Thursday at ( p in. The t'ente rtown nt.il arrive it 10 a. tiki., and depart at 1 1 a. :n. Wednesday. 0 .1. LAWTON'. l'olmnler . I.lRht tor Nlock. Horses and cattle require jut as mueb light and sun influence as wc ourielves do. Nothing can thrive without the Ieiiigniu iutluencc of the glorious sun. Dark stables are n wmrca of nianv discae which liaflle the owner, and tin) often the veter inarian also, ufl to origin. W milowx should never be nlnced in front, the many otherwise pcifect stables to the contrarv iintwitlintnndiiii;. Concentra te! lirdit is in manv ca.es t...

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