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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 8 October 1879

TRAD 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. Clothing, Children's Boy'slYouth's and Men's in Dress & Business Suits. OVERCOATS, PRICES AND QUALITY TO SUIT EVERYBODY. Ladies' Cloaks, the Best and Cheapest. Ladies' Hats a Special Feature. Men's, Youths', Boy's and Children's IlaU and Caps, larger Mock than ever. Last, hut not leat, Shoes and Books. The entire stock liouglit at Assignees Sale for Cash. Call and examine for yourself. E. SMATJL. THE HERALD. LYCUIIQUH BAmtKTT; - IxCAt. Kiutor. WEDNESDAY, OCTOHEU 8, 1879. ASSOllM'KMr.XT. X. J. Harris, of Greenville, is a can didate forSergeant-at-Armsof the next Senate of Kentucky. Bargains in ticking, Haxar. at Anderson's Chew Jackson's Sweet Navy Tobac co. The bes...

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 October 1879

r.niTi:u nv w. i- iiawkins. A State Superintendent of note says: "The time has come when the kinder garten should be engrafted into the pub lic i-ohool H.vMein of the State. Where it has lioeii fairly toted in this country, it has given eminent satisfaction. The few holiools under tIiis3teniot)i!lihed in sonic localities three years ago, haw more than quadrupled .-inee." In less than ten years a kindergarten should 1h connected with every .ehiol having more tliau three departments in the Stale. It will hiereaM- the t.Riic tof conducting our m-1iik1 at the Iiegin ning, hut it will le-en them in the end. The time in which a child will acquire an average education will lio hhorteiusl two years. Tcss attention will need to U given to the t-tudics now taught to the primary pupiN. An impulse will U Mipplied to enlarge and orfeet home in Mniction; and m less early training ill need to Ik.' llllwrtfd by the m-IiimiN mi jxirted by piililienu-:m. Wichita lyiylt . The ittintoscof the iiuliINIi...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 8 October 1879

HARTFORD HERALD THE LOVE THAT UVED. II Y C. SOKMAN OUNXlHON. C. G. TACIIAU & CO. Manufacturer of The love that lived in other times Hs never more grown cold The muie of life's morning chime lias never yet piuwn old; And Hill the number tlmt we mng Adown the di.-tanee float A sweetly a when life was young. Nor Iohj a Mnsle note. "What matter that the years have traced rii..ir furrows on the brow? The friendships which our childhood graced Are all tlie sweeter now. "WliHt matters that at times a load Of weariness we boart The flowers that hlosom on our road Grow whiter, blooming there. AVe grow not older with the days, Jlit- tiage of the y ears, Jtjiiil.is htill its sweet old -ways, Un'blotted by our tears,. And till the music of its chimes Are glad upon each tongue; The love that lived in other times Still lives, forever young. " Mamma. I have told you as kindly Grundy would bo suro to bo disagroca-1 as I know bow, tbat I do not want to bio. If only you wcro married now, marry tb...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 8 October 1879

FUNNYGRAPHS. "When yesterday I asUed you, love, one little word to say, Your little brother interrupted u, so please say yes-tcr-day. AVmVtei'i Herald. Mr. Talmacik is Mill exciting groat interest in England, jib the only A iner ican preacher who can twist hislog up over his shoulder and use it for a neck tie. Christian lTnion. Customkii " What did j-ott think of tho bishop's sermon on Suiulay, -Mr. TSWigsby r Ilair tlrcssor Well, re ally, sir, there was a gent a sittin' in front o' mo as 'ad his 'air parted that crooked that I couldn't 'ear a word." Hushanh " .Maria, my dear, you Heom to bo very lonesome, in my com pany Do you not love me now as you did before our marriage?" "Why, of course, Gerald ; but you know since our marriage wo have become one, and I feel lonesome without a second party." JIkv. 31 u. l'ortsox, ot Bridgeport, is tho father of a boy who will probably distinguish himself! The evening be fore the last circus in that city the rev erend gentleman was talking to hi...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 8 October 1879

I BRZD CEFOHD & CO. Msnufsctureri of the Great Wood Cookbg Stoves American Kentucky Belle Also COLriUHIAX. for Coal ami Wood. Hotel anil Restaurant Ranges a specialty, l'articular attention given to all pisTippy wopp. J.J. Harbison. J. 11. Cathrlght. 0eu Cathrlght, Jr. HARBISON & GATHRiGHT, WUOLESAIiE SADDLERY Ami Sailillory Hardware. 257, 259 and 261 Main St., bet. 7th and 8th, North Side. LOUISVILLE. KIT. Agents in every Town and County in Kon- tueky, li uisuia, loiinc-M-e una the South for the THE BEST FAMILY PAPSE IN THE SOUTHWEST. ONE DOLLAIi PKK V 12 A It. Special Rates to Club ami Agents. Evening Post and News, - LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW DEPARTURE! IS THE ORGAN TRADE! er D. H. BALDWIN & GO. Realising tilt fact that there art hundreds of parents who would tie gUu to pire their children a muaical ed cation, could they afford to purchase for theni a poo-1 instrument at a reasonable price, we have decided to sell the liuudred One Cabinet Organs on the following terms : We ...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 8 October 1879

8 Mr 4 m as NOVEL AND INTERESTING. The New York Central railroad lias an engino that ran 80,000 miles with out repairs; the Hudson River one that ran 100,000 miles; and the Delaware and Hudson ono that ran 115 810 miles. A rkcekt invontor, hailing from liuHlmeU, III., claims to bo able to make hard wood lumber out of common wheat straw, with all tho effects of polish and finish which is obtainable on tho hardest of black walnut and mahogany, at as littlo cost as clear pi no lumber can bo mado up for, and the samples ho produces would go far toward verifying his claim. The pro cess is as follows: Ho takes ordinary straw board; such as is usually manu factured at any paper mill is used for tho purpose. As many sheets arc taken . as aro required to make tho 0 tliickness of lumber desired. These sheets aro passed through a chemical solution which thoroughly softens up tho fibre, and completely saturates it. Tho whole is then passed through a succession Of rollers, dried and hard ened du...

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 October 1879

SlinsOKIP'lTON KATES. ADVKRT18ING IJATE8. THE HARTFORD HERALD. One copy, mp j car.,...... One copy.Mx month ...... One copy, tliree months i III I r g 5 5 One J 1 0o' 1 2 5ft 5 7 CO Two. 173 2! 40M 758(1808 MGO Three 2So SM 5 Oei 1 W 1 08 WOO Four 3U? 5 H 7 W 12 Otf M 09 20 00 MC'ol 4 0 6 00) 80MU0W2B0B 30 00 jjcoi oo sowiiowwoejaooe sow I Col. 10 00; li OOl 20 09 36 09 50 08 WOO A. - ' ' 1 51 50 i co . OD Xo deduction from these rules under tiny circumstances. An wcnrecuiiicllcd liy l.nv to my postage In advance on p.iH'rs xont outside of Ohio County, we are Torccd to iisjiilre payment on subscription In ndvuiice. All letter on IiiisIiichi must lie addressed to llAllUKTTA llKCPulillslicrs. " COM:, THE HERALD OF A AOAT WORLD, 'ME SEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY RACK." For a shorter time, at proportionate rate. One inch of space. conatliates a aqaare. VOL. 5. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 15, 1879. NO. 41. DIREOTOHY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. OIIICUITCOITKT. Hon. James St uart, Judge, On e...

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 October 1879

THE HERALD. JNO. P. BARIlETTt Kditok. WEDNESDAY, OCTOHEK !.", 1870. Ilrrnlil lor I'lll.v (Vuls. Wo will send the llmi.M.ii to any address from now until Jummry 1st, 1SS0, for AO cent. Send u ymir name nnil money at once anil get the full U-n-efit of this liberal offer. Amoxh our csfliaiiRes this week, wo acknowledge the Daily Time, from Madisonvillc. It was deMiniuiI to fur nish the visitors at the Mctjiodixt Con ference with new. It contained the proceedings of that laxly, which we know must have liecn a great favor to every inemlierof the Conference. "Wi: take very ureal pleasure in an- uounciiur this week tlie connection of rrof. ( .1. orwool with the lltrahl- Kiitrrnrixr, as one of the editors ami lniinetors." llaniUl-Knterprixc. We welcome the Prof, into the frater nity. Srns-i!ini(xs to the Hkuai.ii are the oritur of tlie day. lie in time to coni'iete for the premium-; at the Ae,ii ciilturial Pair. Tlie orn emn is alxmt maturitl and tokicco is generally in tlie house and in pk...

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 October 1879

TRADE PALACE: Dry Goods at a 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. Clothing Children's Boy's Youth's aud Men's in Dress & Business Suits. OVERCOATS, PRICES AND QUALITY TO SUIT EVERYBODY. Indies' Cloaks, the Best and Cheapest. Ladies' Hats a Special Feu tun;. Men's, Youths', 15v's and Children'" Hats and Caps, larger stock than ever. Last, hut not least, "Shoes, and Booi.s. The entire stock bought at Assignees Sale for Cash. Cull and examine for yourself. THE HERALD. I.YCUKOUS IIAKUKTr, - Ik-ai. Kl'lTim. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 187!). ANxorxcr.jt i'.xts. X. J. Harris, of Greenville, is a can didate for Sorgeant-at-Armsof the next Senate of Kentucky. Go to the Hartford Water Mills. Chew Jackson's Sweet Navy Tobac co. Henry Field is htll...

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 October 1879

Oxk of the best systems of obtaining good order ami eiUTgi'tir work in tin M'hitol-rtvmii, is to adopt a system of monthly or 'veUly rc'torte. A form with all tlicdili'crvnt liranehi's of Muriy, ami alMi svu'e for "deportment" ami "Xo.of day alsent," upon which the teacher ran render a monthly rv'Hirt to utvnls. This ran not failtoheof great assKtaiuv in tlit m'IiixiI. Tin llint.u.ii iilllce has a largi'MlppIy of thcM'hlauks, which will lie furnished at low rates to f teachers. ThN system is highly nvoin iiicn'ded by educators ami Hie County .jl)inmi-ioiu;r. 1 in: following extract from a paper tvail by Miss Xannetta It. II. Daisey U'fore a Teacher' Institute, Sopteinlier ill, contains some line hint. I-t every teacher rratl this to their trulvs: "a i.itti.i: UKI HIT, in a hollow, Mirnmmieil by hills on all but tine hide, smiled on by the Mill once in twenty-four hours, from twelve to one o'clock, not a trace of whitewash, . inside or out, to conceal the ni-ticity of the roughly hew...

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 October 1879

sunsi'iui'TioN i: Ti2s. One copy, one year....... 50 One copy, tlx month.. 1 (AJ Or.ccopy, three month. 3j No deduction irom ihce mtes under uny circumstances. As wo HrccomncHixl ly law lo juiy hiMuc In iiilviince mi imikts sent ouNMo of Ulilo County, we nre forced ti nsiulre inyiueut tin MibM-rlptloiiK In mlvnuce. All letters on bHlnos must Ik' lultlrcssetl lo liAiuii-rrTA imo.,i'iiiiuiicrs. I .A. II V 1C 1 iT 1 i IJN'O nATES. THE HARTFORD HERALD. 1 1 - f J - c - S 3T 4 out 6 UN K 0)4 14 CM If U)j 8 UK K J( IS Oft! o oof 15 oof an not ss ay, ' I I ai uv no co 3u0u' 0t0 ai ouj 5i no '7 CO.VJV, THE HEHALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS I.UMIIERTNG AT MY BACK." I Col. For a .liortertline, at pro)rtlonato rote. One Inch of tyam constitutes a Miuare. VOL. 5. HABTFOKD, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 22, 1879. O. 42. DIREOTOKY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. ciucriTtxirur. Hon. James Stuart, Ju.lo-. Uwcnslsiro. A. I.. Morton, Clerk, Hiirtronl. li. It. Mum-ll, Mii-tor I'oiiimlHslmior.lliiitfonl. C, V. Ph...

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 October 1879

TTTTC TTIT'il? A TjI") jxo. r. Barrett, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1870. llrrnld far fifty OMn. We will wild the Hnt.vu. to any iiildress from now until January Ut, 18S0, for 60 cents. Send us your name , and money at once ami get the full Irmi elit of this liberal otler. Tin: Ohio county Xrun has been jniUMiiiiK a eoutinueil ttory entitled, "An Unpunished Crime." It is well written, heiisational.eveu thrilling, and no doubt will create a morbid taste for tlctitlous literature among Its renders. Tin: yellow fever still reigns supreme in loor Memphis. Then' were 20 new eases last Sunday and two or three deaths. The citizens, what few are left and alive, are longing for the visit of Jack Krost, whose visit will proltubly kill part of those already sick but will prevent auy more new oases. T. 1). Makccm, late register of the land olllce of Kentucky, begins the pul llcatiou of a new iiaiwr at Oatlettsburg, to lie known as the Kentucky Democrat. It promises to be a true orthodox Dem ocratic ...

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 October 1879

TRADE PALACE 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 jmces to defy competition. Clothine, Children's Boy's Youth's and Men's in Dress & Business Suits. OVERCOATS, PRICES AND QUALITY" TO SUIT EVERYBODY. Ladies' Cloaks, tlic Best and Cheapest. Ladies' Huts a Special Feature. Men's, Youths', Bov's and Children' Hats and Cap, larger stock than ever. Last, but not least, Shoes and Boots. The entire stock bought at Assignees Sale for Cash. Call and examine for yourself. E. SMATJL. THE HERALD. IjYCUHOUH BAIIKKTT, - lACKl. Kdituk. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1879. AJfSOUXCEJII.XTK. K. J. Harris, of Greenville, Is a can didate for Sergeaut-at-Annsof the next Henate of Kentucky. Chew Jaokaon'n Sweet Jf avy Tobac o. Who nald wchiul no rain last Thurs...

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 October 1879

4- f ! (Educational (Column, is ravm dinto. Teachers of the county tiro tufonued v ixteis is now approaching, mul be that a form of merit card can bo hntl nt tween this nnd cold weather is a period the Herald office, at M) cent ier him- of leisure with f.iriifas. We offer n sug- I'AnUfAII AND HLIZAlUJTU- I:i effect Sept. 7th, lO. dred, showing tlie percentage -of suuidits:eitioii, which, if carried out, will ..'... Tii.vi.NsiiouNii.wr.sT. ingin eachl.rinel.irTfi.a.v, l5ii.lthenu!i?lii a j!Siid,inflf?Siloli-'Or Swilf w" '!A"'- g.Mu.nUcHmd.ctuaVhlhly nnner h, the,,,,,t.v U J J jd' " oinmende!,1! and U-aclicrs Jean UM'thcin SiTiii: profits to tlief fanner-i-ousi.-t j "J Nortouviiu- .g isj-.r. M. with profit fotholr pupUs, nlid.credit to , ohielly in the taring of. ikIiN unil end-v Arrlul'aiVnViV..'.'V.V.'. " - ' ir.. i. -.11 iv ." i 7 - . - " linm;ln..elll. - " . Many ihtiiiU all their profils to go I" waste fur want of a little care- Kr.i:iixi ptorl: in :Y dry hum during 1 f themselve...

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 October 1879

tganjnnnnmwMin snnscTrrnioK itivnos.' One coprnrwivw- - w Qamy,traanbiwm. i.m.i ..am w One copy, three raththi.H.JHV.!l 00 Sn rieAueUon rrom these, rntes utuler uny clwtnWnec.14-- J" A cJ!r0f5nfHcJ h'Mff 1 wy,ltngo. In mivanro oti pilfers sent outside of Ohio County, wo'nrV foreed' to require payment on Mubucriptiunii In kdnuiw. .Ml letters on business must lie iiddressed to Jl.aittnTItUtt.,l'iil.lMiers. T a.u-IJlIflstrVG ISA-TICX. HARTFORD sl If: THE IIERAUXr I'-- 3" ?! . 2 a r " ; !" i ! ' - llWllM 2&t5(ti.7&3 li Is I 751 2 M 4 Gu 7 &K W Obi li U : 5cf iat 5 oui io of n umi is hi S Of & Uft 7 Mft 12 ttfl W f! IV 09 Col .H 0oia8 W( 8Mll(KaiM . W " COMIC, TJlKllKllAI.lt UFA NOISY WOULD, TJIK NEWS OK AI.J. NATIONS LUMIIKIUNO AT MY 1SAGK." it, l 6 601 suit rzaw IUi W Ul BO 10 tt! 13 00! 08 S5 OH, W OW (0 60 Yomr. - r For a shorter time, at proportionate, rate. One Inch or spare constitutes a aqoare. ? 5 HERTFORD, KI3NTUCKY, OCTOBER 20, 1870. - I AXA A O 3 1 Three IS co...

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 October 1879

THE HERALD. JXO. P. BARRETT, EurtoR. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1879. A "rao baby," lodged in the larynx in the effort to swallow it, will choke one to death us quick as a euckold-brr. If you don't believe us, ask the family f any late prominent Ohio Democrat. llrrrkrnrtdgc Xete Well, well, Wallaee that's a new hur on us. We had heard of a cockle-bur, but the other sort, never. Tub editor of the Hartford IIkuai.d says a man brought snakes intohissauc tuui a few days ago. He says the man Is an insurance agent, but everybody knows that an Insurance agent's bite would kill any snake in the world; The (serpents are probably in the editor's UiotK. Iiducah AVtr. Wrong ugaln, as usual. Tho Insur ance agent did not bite the snake, nor is his serpentshlp in our boots, but in a kittle in our cabinet of wonders. The Xetrt editor must not judge his ncigli Ikhs by himself by a large majority. Wi: flip the following from the South Oarrolltou letter in last Saturday's Mad isonville fiqntblican : "Mr. ...

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 October 1879

2EL TRADE PALACE ,Dry Goods at a Big Discount ! Drew 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. Clothinr. Children's Boy's Youth's and Men's in Dress & Business Suits. OVERCOATS. PRICES AND QUALITY TO SUIT EVERYBODY. LtviW Cloaki, the Best and Clieajx-.-l. Ladies' lints a Special FcAttirc. Men's, Youths', lioy' mid Children' lUta ud Cp, larger tock ihnn ever. Last, but not least, Shoes ami Boots. The entire stock bought at Assignee Sale for Cash. Call and examine for yourself. E. SMATJL. THE HERALD. I.TCCRQCB BARRKTT IM'AI. EDITOIt. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1879. AIMVWn EXT. 2i. J. Harris, of Greenville, is a can didate for Bcigtaat-at-Amri of the next ifeaate of Kentucky. Mules Wanted Mr. Steve Bridwell will be in Hartford next Monday with the ca...

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 October 1879

f .(JhUtciittotml tEolnmn. " Vavm ht$. urtaTft&OTEAVHEns.-5'otrWlltr tiixl it to work wejl fortbestliool iiiler- malic -pirit, whiehjvoulddictate tonn cstsof your community to inaugurate other man what he should do, yet we weekly cut rtdlnin?nts at the school think the following creed, from the huuc ! t J i:vs ix Tiin-rt itr.io I SCHOOI. It 'Is n fad worth thinking about that the U)V.-of the brightest its, the liest schol ar hi our public school are Jews. They are also noted for their sinicrior cleanli ness of npiicaranci', pun I U'havior and attention to studies. If a pmfoipaj!is , not always lie maintained, Jews atvapt , .,..,...1.!.. I.t. 1. Ill III.-H III uiimiriiip ...... ..... droit next aud (ionium third. The fainilyi$ovrnmHitJof the Jew's, t as well as the inherent quickness of in-1 tcllcct or the race, gcs far to explain I this creditable record their children are j making in ourpublieschooK They arc ' Mihjcctcd to discipline at home, and are taught a reicet tor parenta...

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. — 5 November 1879

s 1 1 list !in p'i'iV) 1 1 A'j'iss. One copy, one ycur , ,,,.tl SO Oue copy, six mouths...-.-. 73 Ont copy, four months 30 Xo deduction from thc rates uutler any circumstance'. Am we re coinpclleJ by law to pay jRwtagr In adyanrv on paper xeut outsLlc of Ohio County, we lire forced to require payment on Mibwrlptlom In advance. All lertem on business mut te iKltlrrssetl In u. uiarrr a into., rubiuiicm. ADVKRI1SINO TtA-TKM. THE HARTFORD HERALD. i ' J I - X 3 r if f 2 t ? i jam Wl 7 WW SOU 10 Ok H M 18 00 7 aS 13 Stt 1 0 SB 00 saKMwaBoef oo tKi, tr;i, , i ' t'O.V:, TTK HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD,? TM& NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK.". 8 Ml IS 3 1 GK W M MOO 14 IM 15 00 30 OK 36 08 Gtt M( For a shorter time, at proportionate rate. One Inch of space coasUtBtea a tqaarc , HAllTFORl, K3 KOYEMBER 5, 1879. .NX). 44. I 4. One i TWO Three Four ,, ScSl I Col DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. CIHCUITCOl'llT. Hon, Juiucit Htuart, Judge, OwciiRlioru. A. U Morton, llerfc, Hartfonl. K. It, Mur...

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. — 5 November 1879

Mil ! II HI!' I I ! I II HiillM 111 I II i Ml l II i I l H i I I II I THE -HERALD. JXO. P. BARRETT, EniTon. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3, 1879. Foster's majority over Ewing In .Ohio Is officiary reported at 17,120 and his majority over all is 3,835. Tin: election for State offices in New York, took place yesterday. At the hour of going to press wo are not ad-vlscdoftherwult.- . Wu have been convinced long ago .tUaUUrev'NVooJson can'rposMbly l rrvae the hizc of hinuelf; hut he should certainly increase the dimensions of ills Kcho.lIcndcron AVtr. Tun printiuK material heretofore uod by the Marion Press lias been taught hy parties IlviiiR hi Dixon,Weltere.mnty, where it will lie moved ami a (Jreen liack wiper published. This hcheinc is hacked bv Judge C. W. Cook, the late Greenback candidate for Governor.who will, if anv one eould,make it a bum. Muhlenberg fieho. M. Jan N. Hanks of Henderson former alitor of the llejwrtcr, willas hM Cant. T. 1. Marcum in editing the new paiier to bo published at ...

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