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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 8 September 1875

-i r SUBSCRIPTION IiVTES. THE HARTFORD HERALD. .ADVERTISING RATES. One copy, one joir.... 8 2 CO Tea copies, one jeir.. ......... - ...... 17 SO Twenty copiej, one yes.r........ .. SO 00 An additional copy, free of charge, to the getter-op of a. clnb of ten or twenty. Ai we are compelled by lit to pay postage advance on pap-rt tent outilde of Ohio county, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions in advance. . All papers will be promptly stepped at the expiration of the time subscribed f r. All letter on business most be addressed to J so. P. BiHSKTT & Co., Publishers, One square, one insert od.hJ 1 00 One square, eaeb additional insertion- SO One sqaareone year..-... ......... 10 00 ne-iourtn column freryer...-. uo ne-thlrd column. r Tear.. 40 00 One half column, prrenr...... ...... SO 0O One colsmn, one Ttat. ...... ............ 100 00 "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK" For shorter time at proportmnate rates. One inch of...

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 September 1875

THE HERALD. W.MXACT. GRIT.LTX, Editor. HAHTrOHD. OHIO COCJCTV. KY. wr.:VEs.vY. skit.. . ii7. I'AHTIXG V'OIiDS. Having transferred my interest in Tun Hartford Herald to my young friends W. II. IkNNi:r. and W. A. Gm-ox, in consequence of my having accepted an offer to take the editorial management of a daily Democratic ju jkt in a neighboring State, my connec tion with this paper ceases with to-day'e iuc. In departing from Hartford I leave behind mc many pleasant ties and as Koclation?, but will cany with mc many blessed memories of the kindness and hospitality of its goodly people. My intercourse with 1113- associate in the printing business has been of the most pleasant character, and I am sure that we part with mutual regret. Jly successors are young men, Hart-, ford boys both, just starting out in life. They arc sober, intelligent, industrious lioys, and will alwa-s have the paper out on time. They will receive edito rial assistance from a competent source, and I am satisfied will...

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. — 8 September 1875

3 THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, IN TBI TOWN OP HARTfOED, OHIO C0U.TT, KEX1TCRT, DT JOHN' P. BARRETT COe9 at rns rnicr qp &3rTtco Dollar a Year in Adcancc.-&Si Job work of every description done with neatness anddi;p&tcb,atcitj prices. Wehnre a full line of job types, an i solicit the patronage of the business community. Tc potayc on ercry copy of The Herald i prfftaid at thU office. Onrtertniof inscription are 2 00 jer yeart invariably tit ddeonct Sslhotild the piper tntptnd publication, from any cam$e, dttrimy f ycarire wilt reand the money due on ah-triptiont or fttrahh $ niter i tert for the nnerpired term Kith any jmpcr of the tame price they tnay telect. A.deertiemtnt of bnninen men are iolidted; except thoac of taloon keepert ami dztzUrm in in (orienting liquor , tehieh tre trill uot admit tb our column! under any eircM1ancef. All comma n tent ion $ and cotttribntioH$ for pub lication $nntbe addreteed to the Editor. CttuMKnicatioHi in regard toa...

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 September 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICU LTURAL. TJic Value ot Red Xtnst VroOTOnUt. In the Rural for Attzust. 1874, I published an experiment with red oats, that several friends nsscrted was ex- wniinniMp 1-wiino "it. was frrowinf t , - o I 6:its too cheap." Another year has come and gone. I have repeated the experiment, succeeded equally as well, the Place properly cared for and se- their cattle will relish the hay thus pre nnd am pleased to say, I have witness- cured; his tools, implements and flock pared and how it will take them d a better success with more than one of my neighbors. Red oats can be frrown at an expense of twenty-five cents per bushel ou any ordinary farm m the oautu, every sucn uusnei win i w . . fiii ii i -. i.. ...!, a - r Tfeigu uuriy piuus, uuu a puuu oaU will produce just as much muscle and fat as a Dound of corn. 1 have tent a horse far two years without ever feeding him an ear of corn or a blade - I of fodder, his d uly diet being shelled 6ats aud straw, or cut oats from the h...

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 September 1875

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. THE HARTFORD HERALD. . One prjnarc, rne insert on. -..$ 1 00 One square, each additional insertion- in One fjuare, one year... ......... 10 Oil One-fourth celuinn pcryrar... ...... ...... 31) Oil One-third column, per jfar.... ....... 43 01) One half column, per year-.-.. . SO (ill One column, ono year.................... 180 0(1 Forahorter time, at proportionate ratcj. One inch ofpaeo constitutes 3 jqn-.rc. The matter of yearly ailrertinenwnta ehan-nl quarterly frco of charge. Far further particu lar?, nMre??4 J so, P, TiiCNETT & Co., ruhlijber?. One copy, one ycir... 2 00 Ten copies, one year......... 17 50 Ttrenty copies one year.... .... 30 00 An sJJitional copy, free of charge, to the gettcr-up of a club of ten or twenty. As we are compelled by law to pay postage in adraoce on papers sent outside of Ohio coanty, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions in ad ranee. All papers wilt ba promptly tUnpcd at the expiration of the time subscribed f .r....

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 September 1875

THE HERALD. JOII.V P. !!AItlU7rrA-COI,mll.llcr. JUV I. IIAKKKIT. IMilor. H.VKTTOKn. OHIO 1HW. KY. Ti:nxi'.si.iY. nj:it 13- istji. WALLACE CUUELLE Mr. Wallace Gitrr.u.i:, formerly editor of tills journal, IkuIc sulien to liis many warm friend f thi place l.wtvoi-k. He lias accepted a titiu- lion as editor on a daily paper to be pubUVliul in the city ot Decatur, Il linois. Mr. Ui:ui:u.E i one of tlic moinble journalist--? wc know, and we linix! that be raiv be crowned with success in la new enterprise. Da tur should beprond ofher new citizen, while Hartford s-hould regret the ls of one of her most intellectual men. Ho i; affrecable in ofiicc and society; and will be missed many times from the editorial staff of this paper. We, fBoxsi:R & Gin-ox), return our most Miiccre thanks to Mr. Giu:i:lli: for the Und and complimentary notice he trace us in lat week's issue, ami must say that wc hope the many pleasures -we have had with him arc not severed forever. Kind friend, wc say "good b...

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 September 1875

THE HERALD. is ruDLi-unn EVERY WEDNESDAY MORXIXG, IS THS TOWS OF iiafjford, omo cocxit, kesicckv, nv JOHN' P. BARRETT& CO., it Tin rnics op JCZTTirj Dollars a 1 "ear in A-leancc'SiS Job work of every description done with neatness anJdipitch,atcity price. Wo bare a fall line or job types, an 1 solicit tho natron age of the business community. The putty; .i ecery ey The Herald i" prepaid fit tkii oiee. Onr term uf nnbncriptiotk ore : 2 00 per year, iurarittbly in adconec. 'ShnnLl the piper tK.ptnd publication, from any canc9 dnriny the yetr, re trill refund the money tine on mnbeription, or fnrnih mttlncri bert for the nnerpired term irith any paper vf the name price they may eclect. Adcertitementi of bniincti men ore noticitcd; ercept thoie of naloau. l-eejert and dcilcrn in in Vyrieatinj Honor, trhieh ire rill not admit to onr colnmn under any cirenmntancet. All communication! and contribution for pub lication mnit lie addreteed to the Editor. Commnnic'itionnin rejard tondrerti...

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 September 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICUL TURAL Kinut in Wheat Cause ami Rem edy. The above reflections were called to mind from facts recently told me. Judge SpotTord and other gentlemen and ladies of Pulaski were spending the day, looking at the stock farm, etc. We had "horse-talk' most of the time, then farms and farming. The Judge told: "I (the Judge) have 100 acres in wheat. The seed put upon 07 acre3 was thoroughly soaked in bluc stone water. My manager, Mr. La Mave, a most excellent executive of ficer, seeded 97 acres thus: The blue- stone water gave out and rather than go to the country fctore to buy more, concluded to seed the remaining three acres "dry so." Result no smut on the 97 acres, and any quantity of it on the three remaining acres. Mark you, it was all sown out of the same bin, same seed, soil and preparation. Here is the most conclusive proof as to the efficiency of bluestone as a prevent ive. Why does not every one else use it? The cost is a mere trifle, the result sure. My neighbor,...

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 September 1875

THE HARTFORD HERALD. "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY HACK" ADVERTISING ItATES. One copy, one year... . 2 00 Ten topic, uao year........... 17 SO Twenty copier, one year ..................... 30 00 An additional copy, free of charge, to the getter-np of a dob of ten or twenty. Ai we aro compelled by law to pay postage in advance on papers tent outside of Ohio eonnty, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions in advance. All papers wilt be promptly siappe-1 at the expiration of the time subscribed fur. All letters on business most be addressed to J no. P. Biuret? t Co., Publishers. ne square, one insert on 1 00 10 One square, each additional insertion. Oore square, one year. 10 mi 20 00 40 CO no m' 100 00 une-rourth column peryear........ One-third column, per year........... una nan column, per year- One coJiranoae year.......... ...... Forsfcoftef trine, at proportionate rater. One inch of Wee consulates st sqaare. The matter of ...

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 September 1875

9. HE IIERAT35T ::.-. i'. MiRitirrr.vrn.. in5iisiipric. I32 I H.VItltSirr. F.il.i:r: HARTFORD, USUI) CIU.TV, KY. ivexi:sd.vv. sr.j'T., sa, ists. oun pvnuo school Sonic exception h:u been jtnkcn to' .t"ie r-tatoniciiuhat. many oi'tlie wealthy rl;i5 arc hiiiiitcal to public; sdiooK "Wc believe it to be true. Wc tbink t'wt mnnv wealthy, ami al.o many r.d v.iiicfitl ami progre-ivc people, look ilovrn upon our public .cboo!.. More trinn that, wc tbink the feeling is per fectly natural, perfectly jtit, and en tirely the result of natural causer". The reason thai many people think anil feci that the public school is not r. fit place.for their children, i locniic the public school is not a fit place for anybody's child. Wc arc not inclined 't-i the opinion that the fcoling coma? from anyortof aristocratic iii-tinct, or a de-ire for cxcluivciie.. The f and arising from the s-chool lax is n insrc nucleus and must Ik; so reganl cj. The prevalent idea is that the present fund is provided cxprcl...

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 September 1875

V V t "THE SEE ALL. 13 ruiiLisiirn EVERY WEDNESDAY MOItNINO, IS Tns TOWS OF HADTM8D, OHIO C0UM7, KESTCCKr, nr J01IX P. BAttttETT & CO. AT TUR PRICK OP XZTTivo Dollar a Year in l'raiiotS3a Job work of rerj description Jon with neatness anJ.Upiteli.at city price?. We bare a fall line of job tjrpM.an I solicit tbo pfltronjge of thobusincei community. The ptayc on erery copy of TllE JlKKALD i prepaid at thi rr. Onr term of itbicrijttott ore 2 00 er year, invariably in advance. Skoff-i the futper 0npn2 pnbticitianf fmm nny cnie9 dcig the year, ire trill refund fA money due on nOriptioit9 or fnrnt$h nuttcri beri the unexpired term KttU uity jmper of the tame price they may teleeU A.tieertieutttt9 uf Lnntttenn men are tntteited; ercepith-ie of keeper ttnd de'iferw in in toxi&ittnj liqaortfjrhieL tee trill not admit to our coNNN tinder any tireumitaHerm. All commit nieat inn n and contribution far pah Hcttio he tddreeeil tt the Editor. (Jommnnicatiot in rv'rr toalcertiingtand jb wor...

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 September 1875

r THE HERALD. J1GRICULT URA L . Middlemen. Fiurr no Granger, though not inif.i vjrablo to the Onlcr. I bill God speed to any society that will do good, and if die Patrons of Husbandry do not too lar lose sight of its original principle, I believe it will do good. Still, I do not propose to Join them, as I believe the good they will do could be accomplish ed in a better way. But this U not what I intend to write about. Middle men is my theme the hunted, de 5pised, forsaken middlemen. The Grangers say they want to make them producers, instead of useless consumers. Thcobject seems to be to drive them on to the farm, make them plow, sow, reap and mow, and add to the already overflowing granerics of the West. Would this really benefit the farmer ? Is it to his interest to increase the num bcr of producers? "Would it not be bet ter to double the number of consumers? This is the very difficulty, itself, in the "West. There arc too many producers, and not enough consumers. This is Avhat mak...

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 September 1875

THE HARTFORD HERALD. "J COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY SACK." ADVEKTISIN'O HATES, Ono copy, one yrar. Tea copies, one year...... M r a... .$ 5 00 One srjnare, nne insert on...... ..-....$ 0ns square, each additional Insertion- 1 0a it to mi 17 SO . 30 00 1 WfUl V "UUCP, WM J " " ' An additional cop, tree of charge, to tb line square, one year. One-fourth cnlatnn tier year 30 on 40 oo ...... CO oo ...... 100 oo retter-up u ctuu uv w. . j. At we an compelled by Uw to pay ptaf One-third column, per year. One half column, per year-.. in advance on pap- r . ranntv. we re farced ta require payment on One column, one year . VUUU.J , Fornhotter time, at proportionate rate. One. Inch of pace constitute a square. The matter ofy e.1rly advertinrmenKehanerit qo.ifte rly-free of charge. For furtherpartle lars, ad dress. Jso. P. S 1KXKTT Sc Co., Tnblijher', All papers will be promptly ttJPned at the xpiraiion ' ' All letter on business must be addressed...

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 September 1875

THE HERALD. JTOIIV P, BARRETT CO., rnbllshrrs. JOilS I. BARRETT, Editor. HARTFORD, OIIIO COTJXTV, KT. W EDNESDAY, SEPT., 29, 1875. THE FINANCIAL ISSUE. Itelowwe print n letter from ex-Sec- rctary of the Treasury, McCoi.ucn, Upon the financial question, which ap peared in the New York Tribune. Hhall wc have more Greenbacks is the question of the hour. Upon this issue the political panics are in a sad mud die. In New York,lwth parties declare f jr hard money, in Ohio and Pcniisyl vania, Democratic conventions declare for inflation. If the money question becomes the main issue, it must result that parties will reorganize, for of both parties there are many who are for hard mon ey, many for more money of any kind, and many who have no opinion about the matter at all. It strikes us that we need something to get money with corn, wheat and pork and that in pome way our currency must come to a par with gold. As to the best ways and means to accomplish this end, wc shall hare more to say her...

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 September 1875

THE HERALD. IS rUBLISIlED EVKRY WEDNESDAY MORNING, IX Tfl TOWS OP nAEiFOED, onio coonr, khiccky, BT JOHN P. BARRETT & CO., AT THE FEICK OF gZTTito D dibit & a Year in Advance. t Job work of every description done with ne&tnft addif pitch, at city price. We bare fAUIine of job types, an! folicit the patronage f the baslcesi community. Tke portage on tvtry copy of The llEitALD it prepaid at tit ojfiee. Qurternuof nhicriftien are t2 00 per yeart tucrtnfeW in advance, Should the pipzr euiptnd publication from any taute, during tie yenrftet frill refund the money f on ubtriptiont or fmmxtk 9 utter i her$ or the unexpired tin teitk any paptr of the mme price they may teleeU Adeertiemnt of bnninc men are eolieited; except thite. of ealoon keeper and detier in tn toxieatimy liquor t which ve tetll not admit to our colnmne under any tireuwi$tancet Jill com m anient lone and contribution for pub Itctfiom mmtke addreetrd to the Editor. C-)MMniethin regard toadtcfirinyjand job ork M...

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 September 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICULTURAL. Damaged AVlimt Tor Seed. Nothing but absolute necessity would bail nic to sow damaged wheat. I would as soon think of raising colts from heavY.ring-buiicd, spavined, used up parent. Musty seed will not grow if the must has come from lieatinir in a mow or bin. Seed corn is perhaps more likely to be injured than seed wheat I once lost a planting of corn by using seed that had been for a short time in a bin. It was in good, mer chantable condition for grinding, and we had no thought that it had heated at all, but it did not grow. On one occasion we had a pile of wheat heat a very little on the barn floor, which we had intended for seed. Before sowing tests were made by placing soil in a pan, And planting in it a known num- ler of kernels to test the question of vitality. A very large percentage failed to germinate under these very favorable circumstances. Many year? ago we had a harvest so wet(rain fell eleven successive da-., when the wheat was iu just condit...

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. — 6 October 1875

1 THE HARTFORD HERALD. "J COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY RACK" ADVEHTISING Tt-A-TES?. ; - One copy, one year........... ..............$ 2 (H) Ten copies, one year. 17 50 Twenty copies, one year............. 30 no An Additional ropy, free of charge, to tlie getter-up of a eluliof ten or twenty. As we are cnmpclled by law lopsy postage In advance on p.ip-rj sent oatside of Ohio county, wo ire forced o require payment on ubicrlriUuris in advance. All piper will be promptly stepped at tlie expiration of tlie fine subscribed f .r. All letters on business must be addressed to Jxo. P. IUrbett & Co., Publishers, One square, one Insert on... ...... ....$ J ,00 One qu:irr, each additional insertion- S One .qiMre, one year..-........ ......... 10 69 One-fourth column peryear. .... SO 00 One-third column, per year...... 40 00 One half eofuinn, per year-- ...... CO 00 One column, one year-.........--.'... 180T00 Fonihorter time, at proportionate ra...

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 October 1875

THE HERALD. Jou.v r. n.iR!ti:rr xco.,i'iibiiior.t johx r. b.vkuett, Kdiior. 1IA1UTORD, OHIO C'OUNTV, KY. WEDXE.HUAY, OCT., 0, lS7.f. Tiiu war forthc M-.iyorality ot Louis ville still wuxeth hotter and hotter. Governor AMUs doe3 not want any white militia to help him keep the peace iu Mississippi. , PitEiiDEirr Grant has at last made n speech, hut it was not an impromptu, as he said he had jotted down a few things he dcirM to kiv. The Daily Paducili Herald sus pended lat week. We regret this for it was tnc of the liva-t and most wide awake exchanged we had. The husi iicss men of Faducah have made a sad mistake iu failing to give sufficient pat ronage to sustain it. The publication of the Weekly Iltrald will he con tinued. W. R. Haynes, E-sq., of Leitch field, U getting up a history of the life and doings and daring deeds and crim inal acU of Dock Brown, alias Dock Hopper. Dock Brown's crimes were committed in this part of the world, and the work is written up in a very pleasant and e...

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 October 1875

3 - TS'PUBLtSIlED' EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUSING, IX TIIK TOWS or HARTFORD, OHIO COUMT, KEXTLCKY, ST JOHN P. BARRETT fe CO., at tbk reiCK or JE3Tico Dollar a Year in Adcance.-M Job work of every description done with neatness and dispatch, at city price. Wehavo a. 111 line or jou types, ana folietttncrntronage of tho business community. Tke potlaye oh ererj copy of TBS HekaMi .' yrfjMXiU tt thit office. UkrTcrm if tuhteription are ;2 00 per year, trirfiW in adeouce. VAwf&t lire piper etfptud publication, from any caite, lltriity the jreflr, vt ,e'" refund the moucf tltnt on eubcrifHiou, or fnrmitk tnLecri' ten for te unexpiretl term trilk any paper vf the awe price they mty telect. AdoertUeoitmtt of bntiuett men are tolieited; except tkome of tnloo keeper nml denier itt in txicatittj lirptort, Khick tre Kill mt ndmit to our coin un'lcr any tireumttintcet'.' Alt coMMmmicitittn in eoutrihHtiout for putt- licoUon mutt be addreneetl to the Editor, OftmmHHtcatiom in rejnrd toadccrtimiitg,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. — 6 October 1875

XHJE HERALD. AGRICULT URA I, JIaungi;iiii'iit of Horses. As the health of the lion-e is the highest object to be gained, I will begin by a few hints on that subject. The most effectual way of attaining this object is to keep the horse in a good, cjnifortalilc, Will-ventilateil stable, work him fairly, feel hini well, and irrooin him well. The stable ought to Ikj high-pitched to give it proper veil tilation, without the necessity of cur rents of cold air. In the case of a badly ventilated stable, the air is re breathed, and, as in the inhalation of air and oxygen i exhausted to a large c i tent, and carbonic acid gas takes its place, it quickly shows its effect on the inmates of the stable. The air that lias been breathed, being warm, as cends, and consequently loftiness is es sential to carry it off. The slable should, however, le constructed so as to be regulated as in warmth.according to the time of year and climate. The stable should lc paved with f tones or very hard brick, on a...

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