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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 3 September 1879

THE HERALD. LYCUKQUS BAHUKTT, - Uk al Kiutoii WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 3d, 1879. The Herald, hav ing more than double the circulation m Ohio county over any parjer published anywhere, it is by far the best Advertising Medium through which to reach the people of Ohio county. Business men should make a note of this. ASXOl'XI'KMKXTS. N. J. Harris, of Greenville, is a can didate forSergcaiit-at-Arinsof tlu next Senate of Kentucky. Fun ahead. Dog tight yesterday. Have your picture taken. M visiting canN for .'Ml cents. Chew Jackson's Sweet XavyToliac co. Visiting cards neatly printed at this shclKiug. For fresh Alderny Butter call on Mrs, F. P. Morgan. Picture gallery in Hartfonl. J. F. Hardnian Artist. Mr. Jessie Potter lias had a new till roof put on his house. 50 visiting canls and rani ca-i for one dollar at this olliee. No dull time till Fair theatre live nights, during Fair week. If you waut any painting or letter ing done Walsh ran fix you up. Novelties in visiting ranis just re ceived at...

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. — 3 September 1879

FA ItM AM) IIOMI Good fcwl, whctliiT it be .'ooil giitM in summer or good hay or grain in win ter, with pure water always within reach, will always give good returns, ( whether the outcome cxpcctcu ue meni, milk, butter or chese. Mil Thomas Mi'.hax thinks that there la nothing like coal oil to ilitdroy all kinds of itwets. A very little, just enough to make a colored tcum on the surface of a tub of water, is enough, and, in tills the insect-covered plant may be dinjied, inverting the pot and plunging only the plant. If too much oil is used the plant may Iks somewhat injured. Aut in the household la a high pound ing phrase, and vet It means merely the exercise of a little taste, the putting to gether of what materials one has, so as to make the mot liracefiil ellect. It is suqirising to see the skill which some houekeeien di-play with the slender- , est fouuiiatiou. It" requires no large, sum of money, no long purs', to invest the home with an air of taste and com-, fort that shall p...

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. — 10 September 1879

ADVKKT1M1NG RATES. THE HARTFORD HERALD. Out copy, ono year........ -J I M One copy.slx months. 1 00 One copy, three mouths SO No deduction from these rates under any circumstances. As we are compelled by law to pay iKislngc In advance on papers sent outside of Ohio County, w e are forced to require payment on subscriptions In advuuee. All letters on business must le addressed to HARRinTA HltO, Publishers. " COME, THE J EH A LI) OF A A'OAST WOULD, THE NEWS' OF ALL NATIONS I.UMllERING AT MY BACK." For a shorter time, at proportionate rates. One Inch of space constitutes a square. VOL. 5. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1879. NO. 36. SUIJSOIUI'TION KATES. I SIS S S ? il 3 3 j -M; s - I One S J 00jj 1 583 2 SO $ 5 CO 7 5$ 10 00 Two 1 73 2 SOl 400 7 SOt 10 0b 1500 Three-. 500 10 081500 1300 Four 30M 500 7 50 12 00 lo 06 2000 X Col t Ool U 8 0U II OU 20 0U 30 00 Col 0M 8 00 12 00 IS 00 30 00 SO 00 I Col 10 OOl 15 OU 20 00 35 00 50 00 SO 00 DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. rmcuiTCouKT. lloii...

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. — 10 September 1879

THE HERALD. J NO. V. KAUnETT, Editor. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1S79. llrrnlil lor Tilly Vni. We will send the 1IKKAI.D to any address from now until January lt, 1SS0, for 50 cents. Send us your name and money at once and get the full len cllt of tills liberal oll'er. Our Presidential Ticket. We have made up our mind that we will MiiiHrt Colliding for President, Kate C. Snrague for Vice President, with the understanding that the Ocr- The True Ring From Governor lllacldmrn's inatigti rial address: "It has been aliened that 1 would throw open all our prison doors, and thus let crime run riot through the laud. I iriM l sliall ever loci compassion for the suH'cring nnd unfortunate; hut as Governor of Kentuekv 1 shall Una re gard my duty to the State, and what ever may le my svniiwtines, l shall endeavor so to act as lnt to promote order, tranquility ami common siiiety.' (eiicrnl William II. Hnvs,of Sprlnlteld, Made Judge of This District. WASHINGTON, Sept. , 1879. The President to-dav npiMii...

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. — 10 September 1879

3 E. Simill's Trade Palace lias this day Been opening goods both fresh and gay, They have received near every kind That you in any store can find, And as he purchased by the bale He is determined to retail For ready cash a little lower Than ever have been had before. He, like his neighbors, means to live, But as for credit will not give ; His friends and buyers, one and all, 'Twill pay you well to make a call ; You'll always find him by his sign, Next door to George & John M. Kline. THE HERALD. LYcimaus nAnnKTT, Local EniToit. WEDNESDAY, SEIT. 10, 1S79. The Herald, hav ing more than double the circulation in Ohio county over any paper published anywhere, it is by far the best Advertising Medium through which to reach the people of Ohio county. Business men should make a note of this. N. J. Harris, of Greenville, is a can didate for Scrgcant-at-Armsof the next Senate of Kentucky. School opens Monday. Fair Tuesday two weeks. "School-butter" next week. Cheap notoriety a wedding. Cr...

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. — 10 September 1879

IIOVKr-KKKl'EK. Tlic St. Tioula Journnl jio.iccfiill- plpotli tho pleasures of loue-cleanlng thus: -The housekeeper glveth a cheerful hop. And we hear tlie musical fllppcrty flop Of the molsty, misty, maddening mop. And lo, the maddening horrors rush Athwart our soule at theRoapy gush Of the i41ppery, llm- scrubbing tiruih. From oarlv morn to evening gloom We henr the Kcratchlne In hull uuil room Of the Iwlxtcrous, buslly-bobblng broom. Ami now there cometh a woesome wall That augurs a geuYally gusty gale Kmm a mini with Ills leg in the M-rubhlng pall When lovelv woman Moop to folly. And Diulx t" Into Hint m Ix trav, What charm can mkiIIi her inrlnnelioly, When lier hiiOiaiut drives her frleiul away Umbrella and all. JirrtklnrtJge A . I I re liikiiruiirr. It Is an Insult to the intelligence of our millers to advocate the imiortniicv mid actual necitsit.v of having their ni erty insured nptinst loss ly tire. A safe. liU'ntl coiniwny is the kind to in jure in. We cheerfully recotninen...

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. — 17 September 1879

ADVKIIT1HING RATES. THE HARTFORD HERALD One copy, one ycnr..... .......... JS . One copy, six itiontlis ... . 1 HO One copy, three months. 0 Xo deduction from tlicse rates under any circumstances. As we nre compelled by law to pay jiostaxo In advance n hkt sent outxlitt of Ohio County, we nre forced to require p.iytnrnt on vulksciiptlous in mlvunce. All letters on business mii-t lie addressed to HAltm-TrTA HUO., Publishers. fills i 1 Oft'S I 17S 2 4 06 5 OS 758 8 09 izae as os 7 591 MOSf IS 08 2 uOl 30M 3o 5 00 MOM Id 00 1 ni m m 4 OK 8 CM 6 001 20 0M 30 00 to ow so ou MOW SOW " COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMDEIINO AT MY HACK." . 8 0M 10 OM 15 0W For a shorter time, at proportionate rates. One Inch of space constitutes a sqoare. VOL. 5. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1879. NO. 37 XllIJSCHtlPTlON HATI3S. One Two Threeu. Kour KCol MCol ICol DIREOTOKY COUNTY DIRECTORY. cmcuiTCoritT. lion. James Stuart, J mine, Ou onsboro. A. I. Morton, Clerk, Hiirtlor...

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. — 17 September 1879

g, THE HERALD. JNO. I. nARKKTT, KllITOK. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. IT, 1S79. Ilrrnlrt Tor Filly Onit.. We will send the II EK.vi.it to any address from now until January 1M, 18S0, for .V) cents. Sciul us your name and money nt onee and get the full licn efit of this liberal oiler. Tiu: Ixtuiville race liegiii next unlay. Hat- John- Shiljjto. the A. T. .Stewart of Cincinnati, died on the 10th Inst. He was the King of merchants in the l'aris of America. Mil. W. M. McCakty, of the Kliza licthtowu yam, has purchased thel-eli-nnon Time and Kcntuckian, and the name is to be edited by Hon. K. Polk Johnson. Tuk Kliuiliethtowu correMiondeiit of the Courier-Journal, reports that (!cn. A. Anderwm has rcMf;ucd as Jener.il Manager of the 1. & K H. It. It is re ported that Mr. Mecks will succeed him. Fifty of the prominent colored vo ters of Yazoo county, Mi., published a card which we republish in this i-ue that refutes the idea of a war of meed theiv, or the brutality of the Democrats to the colored...

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. — 17 September 1879

3- TRADE Dry Goods at a Big Discount! Dress Goods the Greatest Variety, new shades, new styles, new materials, cheaper than the cheapest. Comforts and Blankets, Horse Blankets, Shawls, Skirts, Waterproofs, Flannels, Eastern and Home-made Linseys, Canton Flannels, largest, stock in the country and prices to defy competition. , . Clothingi Children's Boy's Youth's and Men's in Dress & Business Suits. OVERCOATS, PRICES AND QUALITY TO SUIT EVERY BODY. Ladies' Cloaki?, tlic llcxl ami Cheapest. Ladles' Hats a Special Feature. Men's, Youths', B-v's and Children's lints nntl Caps, larger t-tock than ever. Last, hut not Ieat, Shoes and Boots. The entire Mock bought at Assignees Side for Cash. Call and examine for yourself. - E. MALL. THE ITETC ATjJ). I.YCUKOITS 11AUUKTT, Iah ai. Kkitoie. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, 1S7$ The Herald, hay ing more than double the circulation in Ohio county over any paper published anywhere, it is by far the best Advertising Medium through which to reach the people...

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. — 17 September 1879

WA SMI . t.i... . . . ' ' aaaaaaa. aaaaaaaai m Bi v.vnrvwlmr.' linitns win. One of our The lull is iinciiiot.ti.maMy a mot use- TOWN 11. It. ES'S affTasw.si mi i 1 I Even-where brains win. One of our exchanges makes the following good imhiiIs: lllt.UN KAHMIKO. Some lKHiple imagine (hat fnrminj: re quires hut littleoutlay o! hra'm-loverto make it Mieees.sful. Hut as some one has truthfully ill, "Kmins make the K-st fertilizer a farmer can use." Take two men, one of them witli half the ihical strength of the other, the weaker man or the two wmaeeomnlislt more than the other if he exit-Is the latter in hniin-jiower. We have known large, stout, lioaltliy men, who were hanl workers, ami yet always on a "Mcrn chase" with their work; they were nhvavs in hot water, always jxwr from the simple fact that their lolies were lietter than their hrains. If men anil women to, would take time TO THINK and to plan their work, they would secure much I tetter results than tohurry and scurry about witho...

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. — 24 September 1879

SUHS(!Itll'TI()N HATI3S. THE HARTFORD HERALD. On copy, one year - $1 50 One copy, six luontlu . . ... I CO Ono copy, three, month? ... 50 " tw ' r Aa No deduction from these rates underany clrcumsur , A we nre compelled by law to pay iosliige In advance on impers sent outside of Ohio County, we nre forced to require pnynuut on subscriptions in advance. All letters on business must be addressed to ItAltltETTA nitO., Publishers. I I I I f I ? x g I 5 I a r Quo. i 1 00,'S 2 MlU&G; 4 k8 Two 17S zee) m Tselieow 100 Three.. 2 5U 3 Hi S 4l W Ott MOB Four 30U 5(7Soll20eil0W 3U OH 'Col 4 08 uoo i oel II 08j 30 0ft SOW KCol 6 06 8 00 H 09 M Ouj SO 08 SOW ICol 10 00 1509 08j- OBJ 50 0t WW " COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." YOL. 5. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1879. For a shorter time, at proportionate rates. One Inch of space const Hates a square. 3STO. 38. DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. circuit coimit. Hon. James Ktunrt, Judge, Owensboro...

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 September 1879

THE HERALD. JNO. P. BARRETT, Editor. WEPNESDAY, SEPT. 24, 1S71). Ilrrnlct Tor Firij- C'cnlm. , "We will nend the Hkkai.i to any address from .now until January 1st, 1SS0, for 50 eeptx. Send us your name anil money at once and get the full ten eflt of this literal oiler. . -- : We leave 'out our editorial matter tills week t6 give room for general and local news, and then cannot get all our items hi. A Sew Mode orsiuinilug Off. Loi-isvn.i.i:,Kept.l7. Frank II. Laiisinir, nsred .r0 years re siding at Twentieth' and Madison .Streets, tuicided atil o'clock to-day. HoAvas alone in his houe. He poured coal oil over his clothes and set lilin self on fire. The smoke from the win dow attracted the attention of the peo ple on the street, who ran to the room hi thi? second story, the door of which was locked, broke it open mid found the man burned to a crisp. iA-iwing was formerly a well known grocer and has lieen sick for tho pat year. Kentucky I'niro. Culhoon, Octolier 14, A days Glasgow, Oc...

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 September 1879

3 TRADE PALACE lry Goods at a Big Discount ! Dress Goods the Greatest Variety, new shades, new st)rles, new materials, cheaper than the cheapest. Comforts and Blankets, Horse Blankets, Shawls, Skirts, Waterproofs, Flannels, Eastern and Home-made Linseys, Canton Flannels, largest stock in the country and prices to defy competition. Clothinsr. Children's Boy's Youth's and Men's in Dress & Business Suits. OVERCOATS, I'ltlCES AND QUALITY TO SUIT EVERYBODY. Ladies' Cloaks, tlie Meat mid CheapeM. Ladies' lints a Special Feature. Men's, Youths', Boy's and Children's lints and Caps, larger Mock than evei. Last, hut not least, Shoes and Hoots. The entire stock bought at Assignees Sale for Cash. Call and examine for yourself. E. MALL. THE HERALD. L.YCUKGUS I1AKKETT, - UtCAt. EDITOR. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 24, 187P. The Herald, hav ing more than double the circulation in Ohio county over any paper published anywhere, it is by far the best Advertising Medium through which to reach the people of O...

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 September 1879

33 IDXTC-T lOUST- Ij -UMTED BY W. 1 HAWKINS. "LiFK I short," the ixiot kij-s. Well how we tlo ryinitathize with life, for are we not "ohort" too? Wb have frequently been asked why we lo not publWi roll of honor. A glance at the t.jiaee we have nteoni niaiui, is Miflleient answer. The parent, that encourages or in tlulKi a child in telling and complain ing of everything unpleasant, it mvw or hears at school, is preparing that child for much uulinpniiiens. It will surely grow up an unloved, dlsplsod tattler, if no worse. Kvkky man, whether rich or pour, should have some practical talent by which lie can convert lalxir into money. So nlo with every woman. She may or may not have to exercise it, hut !lie ought to possess it. If she is rich she Mini have to exercise it ; if he is luxir hhe will. DcinorcDt. Paiuscts tdiouM lie very careful of the diameter of the reading they sup ply to their children. Habit.s in regard to reading are as easily formed as any other, and once formed an1 as o...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 1 October 1879

S I 1 SOH I lT ION If ATI3 S. THE HARTFORD HERALD. -ADVICIlTlSIJfG KATEH. One copy, one ycar............Jl 50 One copy, six month.. ...... 1 00 One copy, three month 60 No deduction from these rates under any circumstances. f As we are compelled by law to pay postage In advanccbn papers sent outside of Ohio Oouuty, we are forced to require payment on subscription In advance. All letters oh business must lie addressed to HARKETT A 1JUO., Publishers. One ' 1 Oftlj 1 2 JO, 4 Obi 7 W CO Two 175) 2 if 400 7(10 0e! IS 00 Three 2S0l 3 M 5 OOi 10 08 15 03; la GO Four 3C0t 5 C6 7 JC 12 ( 18 Oei 30 00 Col 4 GO, 600 8 CO 11 00,20 CW 30 00 KCol (W 8()oKaOI8 0 30 08l U CO I Col 10 00 13 00 20 00t OO,1 SO OW SO 00 " COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." YOL. 5. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 1, 1879. For a shorter time, at proportionate rates. One Inch of space constitutes a square. ISO. 39. DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. CIIK'CIT COUUT. Hon. Jnmes Stunrt, J...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 1 October 1879

THE HERALD JNO. 1 nAKKCTT, Kiiitok. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1S79. llrrnlil for I'irij- Oiiin. We will send the I1hiai.ii to mis address from now until Jnnunry 1st, 1SS0, for SO tvnts. Semi us your name ami money at oneo anil get the full lien elit of this lilteral oiler. Tin: Republicans are crowing largely over the result in California. We can't si-e what they have toerowover. There were 154,070 votes wist of which the Re publican candidate received but G(5,"2; 8il,CSS votes were east for the opposite candidates, thus showing the Itepubli cans to Ik largely in th: minority. IjAst, but not least, the Ohio County Xetc has swallowed the liait hool; anil all thrown out by Jo Miilhattan. lb vr.te to a St. 1mis (taper a eananl about the sale of the Mammoth Cave, whieh wa- exjxMi! the second day afterwards but the Xitrn has not found it out yet. Wi: have alwavs known that the la- lors of an editor had a moralizing and Christianizing iutlueuce upon him. Another proof of this has just been rv...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 1 October 1879

T R aUiTTaT A C li Dry Goods at a Big Discount ! Dress Goods the Greatest Variety, new shades, new styles, new materials, chetrper than the cheapest. Comforts and Blankets, Horse Blankets, Shawls, Skirts, Waterproofs, Flannels, Eastern and Home-made Linseys, Canton Flannels, largest stock in the country and prices to defy competition. Clothing. Children's Boy'siYouth's and Men's in Dress & Business Suits. OVKUCOATS, 1MUCES AND QUALITY TO SUIT KVKKYRODY. Ladies' Cloaks, tho liest and ChcapoM. Ladies' lints a Special Feature. Men's, Youths', Hoy's and Children's Hats and Caps, larger stock than ever. Lad, but not leat, Shoes and Hoots. The entire stock bought at Assignees Sale for Cash. Call anil examine for voursclf. THE HERALD. I.YCUKOUS HAKIIKTT, - Uhai. KniTO". WEDNESDAY, OOTOHEU 1, 1S7!. AxxoiTxrwi i:nts. X. J. Harris, of Greenville, is :i ean didnte for SerseaiU-at-Aniwof the next Senate of Kentucky. Go See Park City Minstrels Admission 25 Cents. Chew Jackson's Sweet XavyTob...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 1 October 1879

EDITHl UV W. L. HAWKINS. The law fixing the iinniberof months a school must be taught, frequently j works as much mischief as good. In many districts, there are perhaps half, or more than half, who will pay noth-1 lug for tlie fciipiwrt of a school. They know that the number of scholars in tlie district entitles them to a live months' school, ami this satisfies their j every desire. They have no objection to a good teacher, but the trustees must procure one the hot way they can. It ! the children. They will pay no money. Men who are anxious for tlie proper ed ucation of their children are, thus ottcn forced to send them to jxHir teachers, or send them away from home to In-taught. The trustees should Ite allowed to make tlie best bargain with :i teacher they can, proclaim so much of the school as tlie fund will pay free, and thus have a school fur all alike tlui-e who pay, and those who do not. Tkach your pupils tlie praet ieal tilings that, in vour opinion, they need to know. lieep ...

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. — 8 October 1879

ADVKUTtMNG KATKf. THE HARTFORD HERALD. Uiiocoli.v.onejear . 50 Ocecopy.slx months . 1 w One copy, three months 50 No deduction from tliee rotes under any clrciimsuuice. M r j K fF A Ve are compelled by In w to pay. Kstni;e USdvanee oil inpeni "ieiittoutilrto of Ohio Oouutjf, we are forced to require payment on subscription III ndvunee. Alt letters on lusliie mutt lie addressed to ltAItlll-Trr.t IlltO., Publishers. - I I 00,3 1 2 56, J 5 OH.J 7 3$ J ueo rw is ce 20 U 30 00 50 GO SO 00 i.VK 3 20; 5 U 10 00 15 061 3 00! 5 Out 10U 4 OX 8 00, 8 Out It Otti 2a (Ml a ool 8 oo ii oof w col 3u OB! 10 U0 15 OS 30 U); 36 COj 50 ooj " i com J-:, the herald of a noisy would, the news of all nations lumbering at my hack." For a shorter time, at proportionate rates. One Inch of space constitutes a uiaare. VOL. 5. 1IARTFOBD, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 8, lcSTO. XO. 40. x. Two Three Fnnr JiCol 'iCol j- I Col DIREOTOItY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. rlUClTlTllH'ltT. Him. James Stuart, Jnde, OivenslMiro. A. U Morton, Cle...

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 October 1879

THE JSO. P. HAKRETT, Kmtoh. TT "IT " ill"") Vrot. I'!dj;erton mid wife, of Whites-' AJj.1-. viUo. nro hi town, the guests of the' llarttor.1 House. TheiTofessorinteniis touching a class in vocal music at tills place iK-ginning till- week. Urcy Woodson of that spicy little J p:iper, "Mulilt'iilnTK Hell"," vas a visi-j tor at tlie Kair on Saturday and left for i home Sunday morning. ; I X.J. Harris. Circuit Court Clerk of; MuhlenlterK county, spent the iiin-t of en-hip, certificate. the week at our Kair. He is one of the i Kins ..No. -. best scwiiik .lever.-.!. nnhlt.t men of our ncunain- l ' "iwisoc, lremmm. ;ni(; o. ii WEDNESDAY, OCT01JEK K, 1S70. Ilrrnlil lor rirty 'miIh. Wo will send the Hr.KAi.D to any nililrexs from now until January 1st, 1RS0, for 5(1 cents. Send us your name anil money at once anil get the full Ih-ii-cflt of this lilieral oiler. 1 Tin: Mclx-an county Kairltejjins next Tuesday anil will continue live .lays. Ijet's all go and have a bin time. TintocKMOirroN, who...

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