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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 6 January 1875

ADVERTISING- RA.TJES. One square, one intcrt.on.........$ One square, each additional insertion. One iqaarc. one jcar...... ...... 10 09 One-fourth column per year........ ...... 30 00 One-third column, per year 40 00 One-half column, per jear......... 60 00 One column, one yrar ....... 100 00 Pot shorter time, at proportionate, raids. One inch 6f pace constitutes a sqnaro. The matter'of yearly advertisehic'nts cVanged quarterly free of charge. For farther particu lar, aaarcs ss Jno. T. Bieeitt Sc Co., PublisH-i. HartfordTKy. Tor The JJartford' Herald. TBOU ART BEAD, MY BRIGHT, BEAUTLFULI "J MY a DitD At the" residence trt fcer m6loer,Wxi Ainanaa jirwn, jn -cape uirarueau, mo., on the JTth of Wotembej1871, Mrs. Moi-tic 1. Kmkit3. yourrrest'danehterof'trie late.OoT.' Wilsoe Brown; fn the 26tffyoafof berage. Thou tit aerny ngujj, ray'fcaulifull " Deaduliliy: beauty's prime, - And life'i perfeetest poetry 1 Haaloit ifs twecUs't rbynei - t-Ca" , thou wtrttoiao ot.woaiinkJnd , TWorJyprfe...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 6 January 1875

E HERALD. Vi'E UltrZLLE, Editor.-. v;u uu hi mrxrv, ky that night, soirc party whi.i not known, wrnt to the rcMencnatr. J. B: Uanwoody and en-leavorcdtto-oall him up. Failing to arouse the Dfetnr; he awoVa a nrgro on the premiaes and told, bun to to awaken the Doctor and tell htm Uafc h wanted to. ire him on important bust net. The ne-ro obeyed! and when the Doctor mm nut in.theysrabewa ihnt down and till ed.. 7 be arsawn. made bif crtape without be ing ideutiticd. vs Gr THE VEEK. V aiit-Jiy." y ,.1U. . ttaa, IlL, v .teii..-, .IfetroteU i of proper' , -".in- rbipjrd from Utah f jit i't j tar. rVh.. at rMiaiinon, Mi, Bicbanl f 11V, tin taocbiMrcn, were burned t f Bi.bi. Putter, of Sew, York, died eer of hir burner in Falruvutb, Va., as nlgbt, aged ti year. S. Il ilmj.i, of fndi ma, formally an maclf a caudidate fur tae U. 8 rn mnrnmg'a Lawrencrbuig lU-giter. n b'rlork ln night, lu Gsmblr alley, . a eu'orrd girl named Mary Lrcbed :ul from Ckr to ear by souie unknown f Roaej of Terra H...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 6 January 1875

THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED KVDBY WEDNESDAY JlOKIiING, tk tbi nn or mum, ohio wum, mimr, . JOHN P. BARRETT & CO., it ths vxics op yrmj Dollars a Unr in Advanee.'H Job Work of every description done with neatness and dif pitch, at city prices. Wo tire a fall lino of job types, and solicit the patronage of the business community. Tie portage on every copy of Tu IIlXALD l j prepaid at Uu office. , Our terme of subscription. are $3 00 per gear, invariably in advance. " lnU tie paper niftnd publication, from j easy taut, during At year, ire will refund the money due on subscription, or fumisb subscri bers for tie unexpired term witi any paper of tit wami price tiry may select,' - ,.-... Advertisements of business men 'earn (solicited; except iko of saloon keepers sft deiUre-in in toxicating liquors, stiek efe'enil not admit to our columns under any eireumr'taicKn, All cowununicatinni mud tontrfltt ions for pub lication matt be addreteed to tie Editor. Communication in regard tb adsertii...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 6 January 1875

1' 4- THE HEBALD. MARGARET. st r. it. uovnox. Then art fairost of (be fair Mr;r.U . . And byftliiiie ijoi fisjwear,' 1'uM many wsid divine WIJ give a iliaiuond lutri !' a eimpled chic like thine. , "Margaret J. And rdat a jsliapcly form I Margaret! It tok tny Ii.-irt by elorm I Margaret! StA atsper liltfc'waist '" And lip one longs to la&ta Ah J all to awect and cLaU Margarell Dot ab I those melting eyes I Margaret! What witchery ill thcia lies, . Margaret! Whilst the tresses soft anil long That round thy shoulders throng Deserve a Byron's tbng, Margaret 1 Thy voice it low and clear, Margaret! ' It ravishes the ear, r Margaret ! "Ti like the low sweet coo Of ringdoves when they woo, And lthlnk you know it, too, Margaret! Why, that perfect little nose. Would drive nc to propose, Margaret ! 'Twas turned ap in a pet, ' The last time that we met, I'll be even wjth yon yet, Margaret! ' " ' AGR ZC'UtL 31 UfB Ad, sc Hoc Cholera. An Indiana farmer informs uelhat fonr years agbJiia neigh...

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. — 13 January 1875

S UHSCUIPTIOX Ivi-ES. Ono copy, one jear ... 5 1 po Ten copies, one jear....... 17 09 Twenty ctpics, one jear.. 30 CO An a!ilitiona! copy, free of charge, to tba getter-up of a club of ten or t irmly. As we are compelled bj lan t. pj po.tsgs in advance on pap rs sent out-Mo of Ohio counlj, we arefnrre-1 tor quire pnyinent on jubseriptiens in advance. 4 All papers will lo promptly stopped at the cxpiialiun uf tbe flue ruWtiked f r. All letler uu Lusiueas ioujt be addressed to Jso. P. IIacektt Co., FublMhrrs. One square, one insert on......... ) 00 One square, each additional insertion. 50 One square, one year....... ..... ......... 10 CO One-fourth column per jear.. ....... ...... 30 00 One-third column, per jcar..... ...... 40 00 One-half column, per ycar........... CO 00 One column, one year.................... 100 00 For shorter time, at proportionate rate:. One inch of (pace constitutes a sqnarc. The wattcrjof yearly advertisements changed quarterly free of charge. For further pa...

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. — 13 January 1875

THE HERALD. WALLACE GUl'KLLU, Knnoit IIAItTroKD. OHIO rorXTV, UY. WT.DSCSDAY, .1 ANl'AlJY 13. 1ST NEWS OF THE WEEK. "WVdm'Hiluy. .Tun. J. Thrw jurors were bagcil joiteruay in the Tilt-n llecchcr case. Auutbcr Cuban cxiclition ii reported to be fitting out in Xcw York. The annual Mle if pewr in Plymouth Church (Be-cchtr Iwgnio) last flight, rcaliie.1 $70,0iJil. An f xplofian of fire dump in a coal mir.e at Kolhcrbain, England, yietcrJjy, killed ninety mm. The harbor at Pt. Louis trots last night jjtn nejrrte-a la-luw ru'u at Ifiuaiiii je-etertliy. Two tuldicrs I"t t'ai'ir live iu the burning ot tho ba.rrac'ii' at Ft. Husrell, Wvi-uid,; Territo ry, funJjy uisht. A niirricd man named TCring, nm live a' flreesr, 111., flint and mortally Toumlcd aMir. Brocmer, at St. I.oui', tail night, lfnuac flic n-'usel tj dcicrt her buiband and clupo with hiin. 0. 0. Carr, a St. Louis railroad clck, killed himself with murihiac, lait night, tu end a drunken tprcc. All tbe burinest portion of Orangebu...

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. — 13 January 1875

THE HEBALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUSING, ir the TowK op HARTFORD OHIO COCXTT, KESTCCKY, DV JOHN P. BARRETT & CO., at Tin mice op ST Tun Dollars a Year in Adcance.-Si Job work of every description done with neatness and dispatch, at city prices. We have a fall lino of job types, and solicit the patronage of the business eommnnity. The jmtage on ecery cojiy of The Herald it prepaid at thit office. Our Imnt of tnbtcription ore f 2 00 per year, intariably in adrance. .Should the paper tutptnd publication, from any eaute, during lie 'year, ire irii refund tie money due on tnbtcription, or furnith tub'cri lert for t?ie unexpired term trith any paper of the tame price they may telect. Adpertitemmt of butinea men are tolieited; except thote of taloon keeper and dealer! in in toxicating liqnort, tehiek ice mil not admit to our colnmnt vnder any eircunutancet. All communication! and contribution! for pub lication mutt be addretced to tie Editor. Communication! in regard to advert...

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. — 13 January 1875

THE HERALD. THE BALLAD OF BREAKSECK. BY KISS x. c. rice The mi shinM oat on the mountain erf St: Far down the valley the thadows fall; AW -rimm and gold is tlio glowing west; And wheeling an.1 spirting the eagles call. Tli- gnod ship rides with a filling sail; The f ailors are Ailing, "Away 1 away! W must Ft cm the tide ere the north wind fail; The night and the breeze brook no delay." The yoang mate lingers upon the strand Near a ducky maiden with flashing check; In hi broad brown palms he holds her hand, And cagernnd low are the words theytpcak. "Weep not, Nckama; I shall return; Wait for me on the mountain ride; When the woods in their autumn glory barn, I shall come again to claim my bride." Slowly the Indian lifts ht r head; Dry is her cheek, clear her eye, "Nrkama will wait as thou hast said; - The ton cf the pale face cannot lie. Seeking the sails on the stream below, Under the shade of the tall nina tree. When the beeches arc gold and the sumachs clow. From the mountaia-top ...

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. — 20 January 1875

JLPVERTISINa- RATES. One iquire, one iniertion......... ....$ ) 00 On square, each additional Insertion One iqaare. one year...... SO 10 00 30 00 40 00 One-fonrth column per year, One-third column, per jear, une-nau column, per vesr.. One column, one year ........ 60 00 100 00 Tor tnorter time, at proportionate rates. One inch of trace constitutes a eqnare. The matter of yearly advertisements changed quarterly free or cnarge. or lurinerparucu lirt, address! Jso. P. Bakeitt 4 Co., Publishers, From' the Woman's Journal. TO ONE "WHO WILL VXDERSTA.XD. nii friend, on whom I lavish many a thought, And many a longing waste, by thee unknown, Sometimes to me, in forebodings brought. There esmes a time when each shall stand alone; When each, apart, purines the separate ways, In wide diverging paths, that no more interlcan; And time and absence, through all coming days, Or change,or worse,ehall fall our hearts between. If any time t noma come so aarK ana ia That bitter thoughts 'twiitthee and ...

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. — 20 January 1875

THE HERALD. WALLACE GRUELLE, Editor. HARTFORD. OHIO COUNTY, K.Y., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 20. lS7.r NEWS OF THE YEEK. "Wednesday, January 13. Bx-Oovernor Thomas E Bramlette died at his resilience in Louisville tester day afternoon, after an illness of several wccVs dunTtion. lie was born at Colum bia, tAilair county, Ky.. and waB in liis SSlh year at the lime of liis death. Gov ernor Bramlette had been much in pulilic life, havine r- erred in both branches ofthe Legudaliiri, on the circuit bench, as a Col- n J' f I . 1 TT " net ana ungaaicr uenerai in uie union nrmy durinc the .late war, and lastly as Governor of Kentucky. The convicts of the Nebraska peniten tiary, at Lincoln, under the leadership of a notorious convict named Mcwiiatters, about 3 o'clock Sunday overpowered the inside guard, jained possession of the ar mory and then drove the outside guards from the walls, shooting one Julius Go shen in the knee, and wounding severely another, who is reported dyimr. They fired several eh...

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. — 20 January 1875

3 .THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY" WEDNESDAY MORNING, IK THE TOWK OP HABTFOBD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JOHN P. BARRETT;& CO., XT TI1C PRICE OP S3Tveo Dollars a Year in Advancc& Job work of every description done with neatness and di;p&tcE,at city prices. Wo bave a full line of job types, and solicit the patronage of the business community. Tie pottage on mry copy of Tbe Herald i' prepaid at thi office Our term of -mltcriplion are $2 00 per year, invariably in advance Should the paper lu-pind publication, from any eaute, during the year, toe trill refund the money due on lulKriplion, or furnith lultcri ben for tie unexpired term tcilh any paper of tie mm price they may telect. AdeertiittAent of butintu men are eolicited; oxcept thoe of ealoou ieeper and dealer in t'n toxicating liquor, uiich tee will not admit to our column under any tircumttancet. All communication! and contribution for pub lication mutt be addrened to lie Editor. Communication.! in regard to adrertiing,a...

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. — 20 January 1875

THE HERAJLD. MOTHER IS THE OLD HOME LOSELY. sr o. Eonri.cs bibhs. Mother, ii the old home lonely. With no children left you there? With no voices ringing gayly, And none hushed in tolemn prayer? Do too miss onr thoutand questions That we 1 in wild delight? And our tramping np the stirwy After biding you good-night? Mother, is the old home lonely When yon realize this fact. That "Old Time," with all his chants, Will not bring your e'aildren back? I yon In your idle moments (Now your boys are grown-up men) Ak yourself the solemn qoejtinn, Are they happy now as then? I will answer yon that question, In a simple, careless way, That as men we live to lb-r. When as boys we lived to play. So it is while older growing Joys and plessurcs are but few; Those nur recollections cherish Patted when boys at home with yon. HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Loosn ess of the Bowms. Mix twn tnKlAsnnnnfnls of wheat flnner with i,..-ftriiii- nVnurrli tn mniatpn tln flnnr- drink it If the first dose does not check tliA r...

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. — 27 January 1875

THE HARTFORD HERALD. SUBSCIilPTION R.VTES. One square, one inscrt'on......... .. One tquare, each additional insertion One square, one year ........ One-fourth column per year ..... One-third column, per year....... , One half column, per year.... One column, one year........... ? 1 '. 10 , 31) , 4.0 CO Ono copy, ono yenr ...S 1 10 Ten copies, one ycar................ 17 00 Twenty copies, o.no year....... ...... 30 00 An additional copy, free of charge, to lb.' gcttcr-np of a club of ten or twenty. Aa we are compelled by law- to pay postags in advance on pap'rs sent ouUlJo- of Obis county, we are forced to r.quiro payment vn inbteriptions in advance. All rutjivrs will bo promptly tapped at tb. expiration of the t mo sabjcritn.il f r. All letters on business must ba idilressej tu J.io. P. Bibkictt A Co., Publishers. 100 00 For shorter time, at proportionate rates. 'J COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." trL. nf nr!v ntlrrrtUninml rlian igr...

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. — 27 January 1875

JL. II. Ill ULJiii.jLlJJ.7. WALLACE GRUELLK, Ei.itoi:. II UtTFOitD, OHIO COUXTV, KY., WBDN'BSDVY. JANUARY 27. 1S73 HEWOKTHEWEEX. tVcliit'lfiy. Jnnunry Ji'J. Yotrplay. al Waitliintoii City, White law RcM, i lie cililor of the Xeiv York Triluuii, alter t"-stil iti before riicJWnyfi mil Means coimii litre, in tlic 1'acilic Mail matter, wan nrrefUil at the instance of !ns Shrplieril on .1 charge of libel. Extei'i- fit Ciaral inns are making at Mrmphi fiirtliccelcbrition ofManli fira., wliitW falls on the 'Jth of February this J ear. W. II Aspinwall, tiie great New York sliip owner nnl financier, died last nighr. All Europe is iniiinjr.'ivith prospect for a general war in the near future. Uermany is going to prohibit the impor lation of American jotatocs into thai country. Serious alarm was felt in Ret ne yester day for the health of the Pope.. About three Iiundivd convicts revolted yesterday afternoon nt the llisfonri peni tentiary, but the uprising was squelched without blnodidicd. The...

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. — 27 January 1875

5 THE HERALD. is published EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, 1ST THE TOUTS OP HABIP0F.D,' OHIO COT', KFJTCCKF, ar JOHN P. BARRETTfc CO., IT TITE FEICK OP JT2T Tico Dollars a Year in Adtance.Ba Job work of every description dor.o with neatness and dispatch, at city price. We bare a fall line of job types, and solicitthepatronage 01 me pqsincss community. The pottage on rery eo;iy of The IIcu-ald i" prepaid at thi office. Our term of eubteription are 2 00 per year, tnrartavij in oaranee. Should the paper euptnd publication, from any cavte, anrtng the year, tee Kit I rejuna ttti monev due oh tulfcriolion. or furnith tubtcri cert for the unexpired tern tritk any paper of the taste prtet they may teleeU AdcerterenU of buine9 wet are olicitcd; except thte of ealoon keepe-e and dealer in in toxicating liquor, tzhich tee trill not admit to our column ttnaer any eiremmtlancc. All communication and contribution for pub lication mutt be aailreteea to Ike Alitor. Communication in regard loadrertiiny,and...

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. — 27 January 1875

THE HERALD. A G 11 ICU LTUll A L . The Coniitotit Heap. Tlic winter, says the American Far mer, is the lime to prepare the comixist heap, to gallier the niclcrials and in corporate tliein, i that in spring they will lc in a condition for the crops to digest easily. It is a work which is easy of aeooiiipli.-hiiient if it is i-tcailily pursued, Imt unfortiinatelvit receives mil Mine aucii'iou iroin me niiijoiuy of Southern planter.--. There arc very few ptices where the materials for a l.trgo iui.1 valuable comp)t heap can not lie collected during the winter months, if wc would only take the necessary trouble. The fallen leaves from the wiwds, all refuse vegetable matter, c,rcck mud and a little lime will make nn excellent compost with stable manure, cotton seal, and all other matter which will produce fer mentation and decomposition. It is atomhing what a largo pile of fertil King matter ism be collected in a short time if attention is given to it ercry day. Wlicrcvcr river mud or mu...

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. — 3 February 1875

THE HARTFORD HERALD "I COME, THE HERALB OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." --SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One tqoire, ene lniertioa-... $ J 00 One square, each additional insertion- SO One tquare, one year-... .-. 10 00 One-fourth column per jear......... ...... 30 00 One-third column, per' year . .. 40 00 One-half column, per year. GO 00 One eopy, one jn: ' 3 1 Ol Ten copies, one j e 1 r . 17 O'l Twenty eopie;, one jear. ............ S3 00 An additional copy, freo of eharse,to the getler-up'iif a clubo1, ten ortwtntT. As ne are ompelInl by law to pay p9tar;9 in adrance on paprj cnt" outsMe of Ohi eonnty, wc are forced o require payment oa subscriptions in advance. All papers will be promptly tapped at the expiration oftbe t mo snbicribnl fur-- Alt lettCM on basine mmt be adJrefseJ to J.o. P. BaR2ktt i Co., Publiibrrj. One column, one Tear........... ivv uu For shorter time, at proportionate rates. One inch of mace constitutes a sonarc. The matter of yearly adve...

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. — 3 February 1875

THE HERALD. vrjLLL.vn-: CiliUELLE, Ebrrora. II !ITF0IM). 0:iIO COUXTV, KV., V-:DXH5D Y. FEnUfARY 3, 1875. STOWS OF THE WEEK.. IVdlrioilny, Jnnnnrj-27. Andrew Julniion was tlecteil to the U. Senate yrsicnlay ly tlie Tennessee Leg iUturo. A fire !n the nppcr slorv of the Navy Department lniililitis, vcMcnUy after- ivn, uns the formation at WMsliinetoii. The coroner's jury returned n verdict of iliiul murder against Christopher Ma Innr, who nUMied an J killed James Koe irjn at Chicnso Saturday nielit. Tlicfiiltof ThodoreTilton against Hen rv Ward Beeclier, for poaching on his marital preserves, h drarpine its slow length through the Brooklyn citr court. Antonio Vacarn, an Italian saloon keep er ol v ickeuurz. Wi.,was found dead in his doorway Sunday morning, having heeu murdered the previous night, it is supposed by eome negroes who were teen in liis saloon at a late hour, and it was Iviiown that he bad about 3,000 on his jierson. Tom .Iohnon, colored, who waa to have lecn hung next Fr...

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. — 3 February 1875

3 THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, I!C THB TOTS OP MMF0HD.1 OHIO COUSTr, KESTCCKY, BT JOHN P. BARRETT CO., - ATTHI PRICE OF 3rTux Dollars a Year in Advanced. Job work of every description done with neatness and dispatch, at city prices. We bare a full line of job typesand toheitthepatronage orine business community. The pottage on erery copy of Tue IlKSALD If prepaid at tnti office. Our termt of tubtcription are $2 00 per year, tnranabty m advance. Should lie paper mutptnd publication, f,vm any caute, during the year, ire will refund the money due on tubtcription, or furnith tubteri bert for the unexpired term with any paper of the tame price they may ttieet. Advertitementt of butinett men are eolicited; except tkote of taloou keepert and dealert in in toxicating liquort, which ve mil not admit to our colnmnt under any circumttaneet. All communication and contribution! for pub lication mutt be addreteed to the Editor. Communication in regard to adeertitingtnd Job tr...

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 February 1875

THE IIERALD. .1 G R IV utT.ttlift'b. HOUSEHOLD MINTS. - , " ni:.vxiiOTnnn's Gingerbread. Cup and a half of molasycsT "cup rieh sour cream, tcasncon salaratus, table- , !-joii ginger; mix. i ' W.viiivt? rtANxns. Scald flan- ml lycfore you make it upyas ithrinks -jat the lirst washing. Much of the Miniikm;; nn-c ironi there tons too much roan, ami the water 'beinir too icold. Never use soda for flannels. I Uaceioh lASfAitiis. UccasionallyJ ffllacc in the water a email niece of thel extract flicorico-antl put between the I wires, 'at one end of. the center perch, I . piece of white sugar. The seed-boxes should contain sulucient seed tor the rflay. Admixture of the canary. Tape I 'and henipjsecd is usually given, tmtj-t lieiiqi'EceiLJs too fattening. AVehave always found canary and rape the best f I ...M 1?a1 f - jooa wun occasionally a muo ucrman '"bT- A,,! a - 1 VJ vivi.'. .A.- a iiiL.ii;i a sa a. mf 1. 1 . . .. Jl . . . .J... 1 . 1 SS"K M,ius .u , ...w..- large end down because the a...

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