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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 4 June 1879

rnTTTT" Trm- a t t JLJULJll JLL Jjj XV J. J XJ LYCUHQU8 11A1MIETT, - IALEnmrn, WEDNESDAY, JUNE Jth, 1879. The Gosben people have measles. Go to 'Wriglit's Hotel for good meals, fine cigars and good whiskies. Remember, this is tho only offlee in Hartford doing first-class Job Printing. Safe for Nile at a bargain. Call on John P. RAiutirrr. Just received A largo Hue of ltoots and shoes, cheap, at L. KosKNUKita & Bno's. Tluit ring-cutting business at tho welding, last Wednesday, was a "put up Job." , Jut received A large lot of lawns which we will sell at C cents per yard. L. ROSENBERG & BllO. Go to the Methodist church to night, and hear llev. E. D. Elliott preach. Just received A large line of cloth ing in which wc will give great bargains. I. KasKNliKito & Buo. Our amateur "limbs of the law," are making a frantic rush on the Magis trates' Courts. Go to Thomas Brothers for mow iug scythes, snaths and hc-yUies-stores. Tliey sell them low for cash. Scythes and Cradles and S...

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. — 4 June 1879

I ilflflW l nil n ...-! ,i- .1. hkIi nil 1 . -I! -I..-.1 ii;i..l -J4.I ..: tOVlitm arc-Women Mbit LoVely I We lmvo rocoivisl from a young latly , a qUiUon viiim is w jiiUTiwung aim invItiitHirortteMorwiton of a theme ho delicate anil doliglitful, that we are fair ly forvod tcj answer at length. This U ( iR hat die writers - ' Bins 'Will you boldlidoiioayll to tell inc. are young ladies conMilertNl mora lovely. mul Uiouehl preferable, at the new or from eight een to twenty-two, r from twenty-two to twcty-no or lxt You, will understand ine: I mean do men moM admire them. ." llefore proeeeiling to our answer, -let ustbauk our lovely friend for refraining frpni any attempt to blusour judgment liv L'lvinir even a hint of her own aire. Site nrokihly thought if die did to, nat ural gallantry might lead us awny from a cool JuilicRiPview of the i-ulijeet and tempt us to give the preference to ,-tuo tvpes of niaidcnlv beauty vrhich nn- ' -Vcatx. "And we do not deny that wich might have been t...

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. — 11 June 1879

SUBSCRIPTION HATES. ADVERTISING TKS. THE HARTFORD HERALD. One copy, one j enr One copy, six months-... One copy, three months- .SI 50 - 1 00 0 5 So deduction from these rate under any Circumstances. As we are compelled by law to pay postage In advance on papers sent outside of Ohio County, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions In ndrance. All letters on business must be addressed to RAlUtETT A DUO, Publishers. 1 1 osf$ 1 5 2 J 5 CM 7 J 16 00 1 7e4 ZSflt SOS 7 aw w (a 1A OB 2 Sn Sail S OS MOWKOei 18 on 3 at sea 7M lsoejuoe asoo 4oeJeuH8oeuoaooe soos soe80Mizoeiiioel3uoB M ua 10 (W IS 06) 2D OS 36 Oui 50 OH 90 00 ' - . " J COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." YOU 5. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JUNE 11, 1879. For a shorter time, at proportionate rates. One Inch of space constitutes a square. NO. 23. One Three Foht I Col DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. Jnmn Stuart, Judge, Owensboro. A. It. Morton, Clerk, Hartford. K.lt.Mu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 11 June 1879

o 0 (D THE HEHALI). JNO. T. HARRIOT1, l'.DITDIt. WEDNESDAY, JlTXK lltli, 1ST!). Democratic State Ticket. fob. governoh, Da. LUKE P. HLACKHUUX. Of Jffferton County. pm ui:imafAXT-novi:itsoii. HON. .IAS K. CAXTMLL, ?f StiF Comity.' FOB ATTOltNBY 5KNI:1IAL, ; ;p.:v.,i!AKi)ix, ; ; Of rrnr County. FOTAUDITOK, 9 EN. FAYKITE HEWITT. Of HanUn County. iou tiu' Asrisr.it. .HQN. .1. WV 'i;A I'E; J Of FniuUin Qmnty. POUMJIT. PUBLIC ISSTltUCTlOX, PROF. .1. DESHA PICK E IT, i . " 0fjaydl6-Coiiniyi.i fob wails-nut ok Tin: usn oiticj:, OA IT. HA LP 1 1 SHEI.DONV Of Xfban County. Comity TlrLet. wit nr.ritu-r.XTATivi:, HON. li. P. HOCK Kit. Mr. !. mill nUmt cypher tlip:dclief, tlmt if the Hible was only half as well authenticated as thet-c di.-pnlclics, there would not K near an liuioh imltoliof In tho country a- there N. Why this uu unoalled for slur on the Holy Bible? Mr. K mid that in an interview of Mr. llltickhtirn, hi' linil waul that ho was for giving every man, $10. Mr. K. said that ho would ...

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. — 11 June 1879

& T01J3 HE KALI). I.YCU RO UK It A 1 1 1 ! KTT, - I-.M i. Ki.mm. WEDNESDAY, JINE lltl), 1ST!). . TIif I'nwcr-l'ms lIiiiultiiK.' Hie almvc heading is clipjKHl from .theAVHw, nntl in anwcr we onltl say that the jilatc was a piece of pine, with no wen Mirfaiv, face not dtv-fd, not exactly type high, ami in order to do the work, ami do it right, wo would 1k obliged to i-pcnd more time than they were willing to pay for. In regard to botchcs,vc have inonr po--ion a Job of the lialf-sJiect's unrrantut, done for tho Morrimae Kan, with twenty-live tyio- graphical mistakes. Our printer has clone more rut-work than the Xeirs man fdr$i m.-imy-tJuct. Mr. Henry Small left for Iuifville Monday Saddles, bridles', Hanies-s, &c, at your own prices, at Thomas Hro's. Forpuroold WhNkles, go to L. .1. Lyonsand get it at i" eeuts n pint. A fine lot of Seed IriMi Pohituc i reeeiml at W. H. Williams & Son Have your Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired by W. H. Kidmix Horn-To fhe wire of I. II. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 11 June 1879

1 I j if! SanSaha, May 2-Jth, 1.17!. KWor HcratJt I noticed an article in your issuo Mav the 7th 1S7U, over the hipinture ..r F. J. It Davenport, which I wMi to say a few wonls in reference to. Onc.-wouhl be led to tlilnkiroiu his ar-" licietlmthe was full as well poMod in rcpini to W. ll's. ntl'airs, as said V. II. vas In rejjard to Ellis county. W. II. did t-top in Ellis county awhile, and went to Llano, where he raised a pood crop. He then moved to San Salw count r, where he is still living. His father-in-law did send .some wagons to help him to haul his com from Llano to San Salia, hut as to his father-in-law helping him with the money lie had made in Ellis county, said V. J. H. Davenport is under a very Krcat mis take. 2sov I wish to nay a few words in re gard to Ellis county. It is a very good furmlnireotmtv. and a very good nlacc for a man with two or three thousand dollars or where n man has a father-in- 1. .ait,l tfitllui. tit llvi llllll a farm, but it is no place for a ti...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 18 June 1879

SUBSOKIPTION HATI3S. ADVERTISING IL.VTES. THE HARTFORD HERALD. One ropy, 0110 year....- . .il M One copy, lx months.. 1 CO One copy, three months 50 So deduction ffom those rntcs uuder nny circiihistnncc'. As we nre cotnin-llcd by lnw to pay po-lnRO In ndvaiuv on paior ont outside of Ohio County, we nro fomsl to require payment on subscriptions In mlvniico. All letters on ImtlnCMt must be mldrcxsed '" HAnitKTT A mtO., Publisher. "' COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY RACK." VOL. 5. HARTEORD, KENTUCKY, JUSTE 18, 1879. For a shorter time, at proportionate rate. One Inch of apace constitutes a Mjnare. NO. 24. ? - - S 2 - S 2 ? ? ) I I g s s I r One J 1 Oft!J 1 wit 2 J 5 064 7 Jfli 18 08 Two 1731 ZW Cf 7 Sk 1 C 15 OH Three 259 S56fS(WW08(150e' IS 08 Four 300 SOei 7 MM2 OH 18 06 30 08 yt Col 400 soelgMuoefatoe .to wj yCol SOU 8 OUl 12 001 IS M ,TU 08 fO 00 ICol- 10 00 li CM 20 0 36 0 50 06 $0 00 DIRECTORY . COUNTY DIRECTORY, cincr it court. Hon. Jam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 18 June 1879

THE HERALD. JNO. I. It.VltUKTT, KllITOR. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18th, 1870 Democratic State Ticket. Fon GOVKUNOK, Dr. LUKE P. BLACKBURN', OfJcffcrton County. FOK IjniTTISCANT-iiOVKKNOr., HON-. JAS. E. CANTRILL, Of Scott County. FOK ATTOISSF.Y GF.XKKAI., P. V. HARDIN, Of Mercer County. FOT AUniTOit. GEN. FAYETTE HEWITT. . Vf Hardin County. FOR TUF.ASUnF.lt, HON. J. W. TATE. Of FranHin County. fousuit. ruuuc issntucnox, PROF. J. DESHA PICKETT, Of Fayette Gmuty. FOK REGISTER OF THE I..VSII OFFICE, CAPT. RALPH SHELDON, Of Xr!jm County. ('oniitjr Ticket. KM llErillKXT.TIVB, HON. It. P. HOUIvER. J he Louisville lUr, tin IJncoln liar, and the Gnwii villi B:r have all railed on Judge Hargis to rotate the charges of perjury ami niutllatinji record preferred npiiti4 htm !yT. M. Orecn. What will the Stalwarts hay now? CJiiinrssmaii Hull, of Florida, li:uKon tried by a United Static court, every meinlter of which Is a ItejiuUican, and a jury, all of whom could take the tect oath, and yet he was nomiUe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 18 June 1879

THE II EE A LP. IVCUKQUS HAHUirrr, - IKt. Kuitou. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18th, 1S79. Givat bargains hi men's shirts, at A. B. - Go to ,L. J. Lyon's and get pure as the , corn whiky at ' cents jcr pint. wheat. Boden wheat. I t'ls also a line These samples aiv very line, A good assortment of groceries of very largo heads and full, pltiinpgniiiH. , all kind's family and fancy, at prices an 1 'rl'e wheat crop the county river isnlicmt ; low as they can he sold, at a average crop in quantity!)! j quality"; I R. P. Rowi:s ; . , 7?T Coining A large lot of school liooki SUNBASCHOOL A llpnil AVuimiii llotllcil ltcllgiotis. -Men's goods, lit V. 1'. Adiuxuton'h. continually kept Fresh vegetahles on hand, by " W. II. Williams & Son.- Bring your wool to I. Ito'iiK-rg t Rm., and get the best price K-ing jiaid for it. A new lot of trimming silks just re ceived, at the Hakaak. ltead our supplement this week. To thoscatlictcd with malarial ailments, it will lie of teculiar interest. Kor sale r exchange...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 18 June 1879

f KiiprrrUlon of Nrnnlorlnl i:ierlloii. lion. John AVliitcakrr, of Oregon, the Congrsnian who mado bitch a ntiild trip across the coutincntto be present at the opening of the extra .ession of I tho Forty-sixth Congress, delivered n hortlwit very jiolnted ami vigorous njceeh last month oil the logklative, 1-xecutive and Judicial appropriation hill, wliIeh,bown that his ctintiltient madcMO mistake when they elected bitu. Mr. Whiteaker said in the Hiiro of hbKMHvh: "Mr. Chairman, I have often asked myself the quotion which 1 now desire to nik of very gentleman "Mixm tlil tloor. of every citizen of every State in tui land, ami I will await an answer, feeling that truth and candor will com pel one that will sustain my party and myself in our views. If we yield to this claim of right of Federal control ot the election of memlers of Coiign and .Presidential electors, how long will it Ik? liefore we will lie called upon to yield the right of controlling the elec tion of the memlers of the S...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 25 June 1879

SUBSCRIPTION HATES. THE HARTFORD HERALD. One copy, one year.-. -SI M One rojiy.alx months.......... .. 1 U) One copy- tbrrc inont hs .. SO No deduction from these rate under any rlrrumxtanecs. As we !" compelled bylaw to pay ihisIuko In ndvonce on papcra kent nuNldo of Olilo County, ire re forced to require lwynitnt on -ulixorlptlons In iidvnuee. All letters on IiuMiipnh must be addressed to ""-".IIAllKCTT IIKO-l'libllHliem. v.7 1.. v - "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE SEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." For a abort er time, at proportionate ratca. One inch of 'Apace eomtl rates ssqaSre. VOL. 5. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JUNE 25, 1879. NO. 25. I It? I ! f one. li fl'ow i m 2 Fe3 Sm Thiet-iuU t 2ffi) .36B! 3(jsVfl XoRU M 00 Four 306 506 7SU1206 18 0M M CO JiCol 4 00) 08" 8 0 II 08 3D CM 30 00 scoi ftou) smuoMuoeaooej sow Icoi . louoj ijoe a oej as oe so os oo COUNTY DIRECTORY. riltt't'lTtYHIlT. Uoit. JiuntwStunrt, JudKe, DweiiNlMini. A. I Morton, 1'lerk, llurtrord. K. It. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 25 June 1879

Of THE HERALD. J NO. 1. BA.RUETT, Kihtwk. WpXESDAY, JUNK 25th, 1S79. Democratic State Ticket FOR GOVERNOR, Dr. LUKE P. ULACKBUKX, Of Jcfferion Comity. Full LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, HON. J AS. E. CANTRILL, CfSoott County. TOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, P. V. 11AHDIN, Of Mererr County. TOT AUDITOR, GEN. FAYE1TE HEW ITT. Iff JLinlin County. rou tkkabureii, HON. J. W. TATE, Of FranHin County. TOR SUIT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, PROF. J. DESHA PICKETT, OfFayettt County. TOR REGISTER OK TI1K LAND OFFICE, OAFT. RALPH SHELDON. Of Sdxm Gnmly.' I'onntr Ticket. rOR REPRESENTATIVE, HON. IL P. HOOKER. , ................... i Titos. M. Green, "f the Maysville Kagle, lift brought xtiit apihiMt Tho. 1. Hard, recently eleetnl Awn-Hate Judge, forllM, for the sum of ton thou- mliuI dollar. How ultout that out-break hi Loyal Illinois on last Sunday afternoon ? Mr. Watterson, plea luisteu to tcmler tlx nervines of KW.OOO one-anned Kcntuck lans, to anslst the helpless MicKers to preucrve the peace. Col. W. C. P. HitECKENui...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 25 June 1879

THE HERALD LYCUKQUH BAItnETT, - Local Kiiitmi. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25th, 1679. Chew Jackson's Sweet Navy Tobac co. Go to the now school lawks. drug store forvour The singing school was well attended. Sunday night Head the notice Town Onlinance. tinder the head of Pure wines and whiskies for medical lurjxes, at Thomas & Kimiilky's. Mrs. I. J. lseut, of Hockimrt, is visiting relatives at this place. 2,000 yards of new calicos nt ft cent, at 11 Pmai.i.V Wheat harvest is nWwt done in this county witli an abundant yield We will receive a fresh lot of drugs to-day Thomas & Kimiilky. --E Small offers the greatest iKirgnins in clothing, Utots and shin's ltuost'x combined breat-luni something new at Thomas fc Kimiii.ky's Read thejist of appointment of the randidatcs for Legislative honors, in this issue. A new lot of lawns and ail-wxl jeans just received, nt E. Small Carry your horses to Henry Field's Livcir Stable if you want him well cared for. " Paints, oils, dye-stuffs, varnishes, br...

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. — 25 June 1879

"'lilgcilsis- !IU rv. Hin Cl.iPTV,.hu' 7. liHtur IltraM: Croi- irononilly Iok well. Vht n verv pxxl in till locality. rjbmeof tug livoly mu- from, our placo, vour ctfrrcsfyxmili'iit ami tlicllu'ro of Big "CHlly. lcing twobf the lnoinU-ra, onjovotl nJL-Jilnt; proc hugely tlN week, theTlerrt-ranlwl thr Uvr mul I supie vow have lieanl that ho U wry fond of the juice, though he nccidontat-1 lv, in oneofhisgiH'ns hrol;eone of the bottles hv knocking two of them tAih..r: HpW the iokcollRithcr well l.tfenmi-kiiii? that ho thomrlit n ktir a inwvhuitahle res-H-l for holding Nrr 1 than a lxttl( so he consumed what n-1 mainU ire showed us his manner or' lefendinir i himself. (e-iHclallv wh.-n t Wt on a hridgo Itv nhlvr.i his Milijivt was a turtle which was caught by the! part v and he' handles a butcher knife! .l.-lllYnllv Hi, in. 'li he .l.eHisl the nirlv and was two davs llnding his wav kick U.i.nr im.ii.it:.iiit..,l with the .wintry. I IUllHlil I4PHIH. Kir.t.iTV, June llmM: Farmers am in go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 2 July 1879

SUBSCRIPTION KATES. ADVERTISING XIAJXJSIU. HERALD. One copy, one year ..$1 fit) OuecoprTtlx months.... .... 1 ft) One copy, three month-. - r So Xo deduction from these rates under 'any circumstance. ' " At wo nre compelled by lnw to pay postage In mlvnncc on pnporx sent outside of Ohio County, we nre forced to require payment on KUliNrrlptlon In advance. All letter on huvlnesH nnist lie addressed to HAUKKTT& IIUO, Piibllal'ierx. svmrsm 7.W ie at, lees Is 00 18 09 17ij 26W 3001 5 OUt 12 0M KOM ii(w(aoo 20 09 30 09 SO 00 90 DO 4 001 8 0M "i COMFH THE HHIIAU) OF A NOISV WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS' JMMl'.EltrXU A T MY 11 A UK." 8001 8001 mom auoa 10 om 10 cw so ow av ow so oet. For a Miortcr time, at proportionate rates. one inch of space constitutes a sBAre. 1. "I VOL. 5. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JULY 2, 1879. STO. 26. -THE HARTFORD g i' ' -- J ' Ttro. : Three FourJ JiCol KCol I Cot DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. awHiTCoritT. Hon. Junto Stunrt, Jinliie, enslioni. A. I., llorton. Cler...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 2 July 1879

3 THE HERALD. JNO. I. B.VKUKrr, EniTOit. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2.1, 1879. Democratio State Ticket FOR UOVKKNOn, Dk. LUKE P. BLACK HU MX, Of Jeffenoa County. FOR UKUT13fANT-GOVKIlNOi:, ' HON.. J AS. E. CANTRILL, Of Scott County. VOR ATTOKNKY OKXintAI., P. W. HARDIN. Of Mereer County. KOTAMHTOH, GEN. FAYETTE HEWITT, Of JTanlin County. von TitEAMJisn:, HON. J. W. TATE, Of Franklin County. ixmsurT. rimuo inki-kuctios, PROF. J. DESHA PIUKETT, Of Fayette County. tm KKUIKTElt OF run LANIl oitici:, (JAPT. RALPH .SHELDON, Of Xeiixm County. County Ticket. POR RKPIlrSKSTATIVK, HON. It. P. HOCKER. F. M. English, t!it itiit rijrlit churn pelillcr, will not down. He i now a candidate for Mayor of Hciulcr- MOH, Tin: Court of Appeal have deter- mined that the; Stuto Is liound for the fets of Commonwealth's witnow in felony cases. This is ri.uht Wk were placed under renewed ohli jratlonx to AIInm Mid tic JneUxm, of How ling Green, during our recent visit then, attending the Pre- Convention, tir which she ...

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 July 1879

2 THE HERALD. LYCUnOUS BARRETT, - Loe.u. Kmron. WEDNESDAY, JULY d, 1879. Chew Jackson's Sweet Navy Tobac co. Kor uuy kind of a school lxtok go to Thomas v kiMiu.nv's. 1$. 1. Berryinan will make men's clothes lower than over. Straw matting for halls ami dining rooms, at K. Smai.i.V. All the standard jwtent medicines .for hale liy Wayne Urillln & llro. Goto I. J. Lyons' anil get good old Monarch whisky at .V) ets icr quart. string all your old opcr and brass to Thomas Brothers and get cash for it. .Take your horse to Henry Fields Livery Stable when you come to Hnrt fortl. Several of the citizens of town are attending the Sulphur Springs, this week. For school Ixmlu, ink, jwiht, envel opes, pens, M?uciIs and stationery of all kinds go to Z. Wayne irinin & llro. W. H. Weinsheimer will repair watchers clocks and Jewelry at low prices. The young ladies and gentlemen of Hartford, will celebrate the Fourt, by a hop at the Masonic Hall Friday night. Nice fresh butter kept constantly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 2 July 1879

Jimllrr lo Whom Justice It Hue Cankyvii.i.i:, Ky., Juno ISTit. lilUnr HrrtM: III justice to myself and frieiute, I vili, through, your columns to sot myself rlghtbefore Hie public. The stntcmeiit of Mr. George Chlnn nssoelat Inj; iih whli htm mid liiKil:numble rlan in his Imfukrly transaction nt Furjoi hoii'm l an infuiuoiw, most iliiiiinalile lio, iiiul Ills rreisons for milking uiuh a bUto tneiit must lie through nitiiniwity. I uMi4tHl In nrrontlntr him In-fore he" was uriet pttfiind uaw hint a very hot chaso. rV&'r.Kifhtiil on his, return from the jjpitehtiary. He called nt my shop awl UKiuirN forme I was at home t-iek. WJiiar ihBiiest man'p char.U'ter is :ts Is.qlo hoy (rapidly rc,ort Hy. As to Mnv making a ."oiiu--ioii to mv hrother, I- K. 'P., it J liiiM'ly f.d';.imd clioiilil I iimlortiiketo train It up it would turn out like the Imy that stole John Smith' j turnips. I wasreared hy honot iaiviitK, ; and tiotwitli-tniuliiin I take my drum at timtts I have never ilivornoil ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 2 July 1879

5 HARTFORD HERALD Supplement. A LEARNED MEDICAL LECTURE! Delivered in the Wesleyan Hall, Boston, on the 30th of March, 1878, By Dr. D. W. Faircbild, of New York City. Friends t ,You have not been invited here to be treated to an intellectual repast. It is , not my object to utter an unkina woru wnere . stomacn, Dacx, snouiacrs inu muscics, penuu it is not deserved, or to traduce character, or ical and life-long sick headaches, constipation, to wander into any extravagant statements not bilious diarrhea, bilious colic, neuralgia, susceptible ol proof. If I know my own rheumatism, kidney difficulties, paralysis; ir heart. I am here to tell you, in as plain and regular action of the heart, nervousness, liver . . . . . r t . r . t simple a manner as I am capable, a series of fen full of wonder and astonishment, and ! fan i full of wonder and astonishment, and endeavor to make you better acquainted with yourselves; also to learn the direct cause of, nearly. all the diseases man is heir t...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 2 July 1879

7-2.-77 b tion to mental strain or undue excitement; also in proportion to the amount or poisonous sub Mances which are absorbefl into the blood that poison the brain, nerves, muscles, tissues and organs that cause nervousness,dizziness,general debility, gout, neuralgia, rheumatism, paralysis and death. The I'ad, plasters and our medi cated Toot baths will do more for you in curing these than all the world's treatment combined. In the name of humanity, try them. But you are ready to say that you are ask ing too much for it to say it will cure and pre sent all these. Not so. If it be true these diseases all come, as I claim, from the same cause and I will give ample proof that they do then, if the I'ad cures or prevents it in one, it must'of necessity in the whole. And this it does. Oh ! would that the doctors, for humanity's sake, who'hold in their hands the lives of so many millions, understood better the fundamental cause and acted upon it in stead of treating all specifically. No...

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