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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 13 October 1875

SUBSCRIPTION RATES- C fil One copy, one year. - Ten copies, one year Twenty copies, one year ...... " ' An additional copy, free of charge, to tlie etter-up of a club of ten or twenty. As we are compelled by law to piy postage in advance on pap-r tent outside of Ohio county, wc sro forced to require payment on sub'eriptions in advance. All papers will be promptly s'-JDpcd at the expiration of the time subscribed f..r. Alt letters on busine must bs addrcfscJ to Jsn. V. IUsiktt Co., Publishers. From Harper's Weekly. IlKn-TI.tlK. The old clo;V on the nimtcl. Has cbimcd the hour of eight; Papa has issued order, The children must not wait. Mamma, in spite of protest, Enforces the command: She captures both the rebels, Holds one in either hand. These tyrants of the household, That rule with dreadful power, Their sceptre yield at bed-time; The dock has chimed the hour. She leads them through the parlr, And gently up the stairs, The mystery of undressing Is followed now by prayers. When all...

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 October 1875

1 TIIE HERALD. Jf.i I ItAKKI-.rr .V4'J.. rnlilKIirr JOHX V. RAUltKTT, Editor. lI.lltTFttRI). OHIO (Ol'XTV, KV. WEIXKSAY, OCT.. IS. IS73. OUR COUXTY JML. At the May term, 1873, of our Cir cuit court, our county j.iil was con demned, lwing insecure ami not suffi cient in anv rcsiicct. It necessarily devolved upon our County court, at its October term, held last week, to device ways and means to build a new jail. J'lieh mcmler of the court was liable to a prosecution for failing to vote for, or rather for voting against build ing a new jail, or remodeling the old one. The court voted for buildin' a new jail, to cent not exceeding ten thousand dollar?, and voted to i sue tue bonds of the county to run not exceed ing four years, hairing seven per cent. interest per annum, with the provision that the bonds- should not be sold at less than par value, and sold without commission. Notwithstanding the jad has been condemned b the Circuit court, and the members of the County court were bound u...

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 October 1875

3 THE HERALD. IS rUI5M?HED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, I! TUK TOWN OP II1RTF0ED, OHIO C0U51T, KESTUCKV, JOHN P. BAUKETT & CO., AT TItK TRICK UP 3TTicq Dollars a Yoar In Adcancc.X8& Job work of crery description done with neatness and dispatch, at citjr (trices. Wcbare a full lino of jub tvjtes.anl tulicU the patronage oflho business cotniu unity. The postage n every copy of The IIehald it prepaid at thii ojjict. Our term of Hbncriptto. are ;2 00 icr year, inrariabty in advance. Should the ptjer ttptd publication, from amy eaune, dnrtmy the yetrt ic trill refund the tnoney dne oh bcription1 nr fnrnith inbtcrh Vert for ttt nnexpired term tUU any paper of the tame price they tnty tefect, AdcertitemeMt uf turin men are tolietted; ejreept thoie of he pern nnd deafer in tit toricatinj liquor, tchick tee trill nut admit to our colmi uH'ler any circHmitancc. All eojtmmnieatitna and citttriftHt inn Jar pub lication mm( be addrcneed to the Editor Communication i regard toadeertiinjtand J...

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 October 1875

4- Ujrm HE1,VXjT) - AGRICULTURAL Holding Crops for Higher Prices. There has been much dUcus.-ion and probably will be as much more on the advisability of farmers holding crops for higher prices. As it seems to u, this is one of the questions concerning which no positive, invariable rale can be laid down. Circumstances may make it advisable to hold one year and to sell promptly the next. Those who held their last year's crop of wheat until within a few weeks made money by so doing, but to use this as an ar gument for so doing in all years would be very unwise. The lisc in the price of grain was mainly from causes which could not have been predicted. Had there boon favorable weather through out Europe and this country instead of destructive flood; had grasshoppers, chinch-bugs and other insect pests not made their appearance, prices for wheat might have remained as low as they were last year. Our own view is that, taking one year with another, it is better for a farmer who is poor and...

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 October 1875

sunscrtiprroN kates. One copy, one jcar....................S 2 fX) Ten copies, one ycar......fc 17 50 Twenty copies, one ycar......n 30 00 An additional copy, free uf charge, to the etter-np of a club often or tenty. As wc are compelled by law to pay postage la adranee on ap-rs sent oatsidc uf Ohio connty, c are roreea to require payment on ubcriiition in idrAnce. All iiMrs will ba promptly sapped at the eipir.sion oi me rmt suofcnueu I r. AtS letter on buine rautbe addressed to J o. P. I! ir&ktt Jt Co., Publishers, tiii: court of iii:hi.i.v. King Frederick of Prussia, grew nerroas and ill When pacing hit chamber one day Because of the sound of a craiy old mill That clattered to over the way. "Ho, miller!,, cried he, "What turn shall yon take In lieu of that wretched old thcll T It angers my brain and it keeps me awake" Said the miller, "I want not to tell." "But jou must,'' tald the King in a passion for once "Bat I won't,' said the man in a heat "Gods J thii to my fies? Te are...

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 October 1875

a THE HERALD. . i. n:t.tsrr acj., piibiNiicra JDMX V. M.MlttKrr, EillJor. ii.:tTrjs:, o:ut county, ky. OCT., 29, 1S75. Tin: B ink of California lias resumed sprung up imprccept.ibly over the people AXO TIIi:i: S.i:ttj:i: l lUKl CtttS.U mmc, and seems to have regained At lir,t . .1 few i.,.i'..ifie.t comt.nnie.-. of "J " the public confidence. There was no rtih of ansious depositors to withdraw their fund; Tls only null was for precedence by depo-itors eager to tes tify their faith in the institution and commit their gold t. its guanliaii'liip. When the hour for closing had arrived SI, 130,000 had lc?n paid in on depos it, agaiii't S23 1,000 withdrawn, mak ing an excels of deposits over with drawals of SST'i.OOO. Tiu:un arc eight hundred convicts 1 1 the pinitentiary at Frankfort. This ii tho largest number ever confined f !i nt. nun tunc. COLO X Eh -lUUX r. Jl.llilibl r. -rx -1.. 1..:.. nitr-hmirintni we always eiueriiuiicii a Kimm iHKLaiivuiiK. n"r- " the Kentucky State Lottery Swi...

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 October 1875

THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUSING, IX THK TOTTX of mm, oiiio counv, kexitckv, nv JOHN T. BARKETT & CO., AT TIIK rttICK or Job woric of every description done with notns aad UiptcUtatcily price. Vebavo a full lino of job types, an I solicit the patronage of the business community. The p'tttffe every copy "f The IIekaLd i jtrtp'tbt if tliU ojjirt, UrttrMif tliwrrtptivH nre 2 00 cr yoir, MCtr!ilhty ih ttdntmcc, Shtntt the piper nptud publication t from any cautCf ritrSmg the ye-ir,tc! tcilt renut the M'tfiry tin's m iHftc'iplioNt or furnitk nhcrt' hen for the unexpired term tcitk titty pnper vf the tame price they m ty teleet. AdrerttetHeti uf bnitHeii Men are olteited; cjrept th'e " mitm Iwper td deulerm in it tuxtctij H'ptor$t trJtick tre toill not admit to oar c-mhcm under amy ctrettmitnitcci. AU roatiHHitic'iti attd contrihutioHi for puh litntio Mtt be nddremeed to the Editor. Cmt mmai C'f ( f im t f n rejunl todceiiigtand Job teork Mittbe addreht&l to the Pi...

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 October 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICU LTURAL. WAs. rardcner U tormenteil, including mealv-bu". I have had several battles with thi detested enemy, but so l;r, thanks to soft-soap and my own clear nrcsfcht Cl would not trust any other I c -v - pair of eyes besides my own),! have been able to kill the animal without materially injuring the vegetable life. Soft-soap will nlo kill mildew on peach trees much more speedily than sulphur will. The ini'dew on ro-es is harder to The so-ciUcdbjU is the larvel state k;,!. 1,1,1 cve h wi" succumb ton or the common gadfly, which atticks tolerably Mrong .oc. It should be t!ie Iiorsc while'T.izin-' late in the sum- Pi'i " evening aner ic m . nwr. iU obiect lwins not to derive sus- """the plants. tcnance, but to deposit its eggs on the cir.it, and this is :iLVOinplihcd by tiaous material caii-iii" the ova to ad here to the hair. The parts of the an imal selccteil are chiefly tlio?c of the rhouidcr, neck, and inner-parts of the fore legs, especially about the knees, fo...

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 October 1875

SUBSCRIPTION' RATES- rHE HA One copy, one year-. S 2 TO Ton copies, one year........... ............ ... 17 50 Twenty enpicj, one year 3D 0 An additional ropy, frre of charge, to the gcttcr-up of a clal of ten or twenty. A wc are compelled by law to pay postage in aJrancc on pap-rs ?ent outside of Ohio county, wc arc forced to require payment on kuhription in advance. All paper will be promptly Aliped at the expiration of the fine subscribed f r. All letter on business must be addressed to J so. P. IUrsktt & Co., Publishers, One half column, per vear- 10 W One eoInutnoTie ye:irl..i..K. ............ 1UU OtJ " CP.VJ, THE HERALD OF A XOrSY WORLD, THE XEWS OF ALL XATIOXS LU.UBEMXG AT MY BACK ForhfUTtiine, at jropnrtfonate rates. VOL. 1. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KYV OCTOBER 27, 1875. NO. 43. quarterly Cr'ecof cliarva. For further partirn- iro. P.-BiEBnTA-Co.TPnuhil'cr?, Fj V i Hi El W Q k ! EJ B fe . H ST M 1 - H " ne quare, cacti addltiuuiO r6-t'iun 5 HHl J 0 1 1 2 H & I ' F ft I ...

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 October 1875

THE HERALD. J3f I. BSKSrr CO., Publishers JJUV P. BARRETT, Editor. MtirroBs, enio cobxts, ky. WttXZ?3VY, pcrnS7,1875. blows upon the back and shoulders. He then turned upon his heel, left the hotel, anil went to the house where , community, but I will pass them over he had Mopped. Noxt morning! as being loo numerous to record, and hearing nothing frrmSiiA'tP. he left go on to the social state of this strange THE: FRA XKFO R T TRAGEDY. "A I.sxtngtou correspondent of the Ciatianati Cmmsrcnl furnishes that paper with ahutory of the murder of Hdlomos P. Sharp by Jekebdam O. Bea'cciiampe, nt Frankfort, on the night of Novcmler 0, 1825. This his tory .while in the main correct, is erro neous in several essential particulars, ns is shown by the testimony in the iase, which was afterwards published in pamphlet form. The true chronicle of the'tragedy runs thus; Solomon P. SriAHP who was killed m hu thirty-eight year was a vcrv popular man in the State, who ( racking the substantial elements ...

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 October 1875

' 13 PUBLtSIlED EVERY WEDNESD KY MOUSING, I.X THC T0TTX OP mmn ohio mm, ksximf, BT john' p. B.unErr & gd , AT Tat peicz or &Ta3 DtHirsa Yeir in Alcmn.t Job work of erery deicription dom with liUaui and lipitch,ateity prion. Wo hire fall lias of jab types, an 1 soliait the patronage of thi buiineii com amity. Tke ptitaje on retry copy of TSC HctlLD ' prepaid ntthie ofi c. Otrttrmtof bter!pl!o are J2 01 per gear, imt triablif i cleancc. . . . .Skitld te pip'.r miptnl pnblicition, from any nut-, dirinj tke yeir, ire nill refund the ntney due itbicriptbm, or furnieh ii&icri itrt fur lit ezpire I term uitk any paper of the a price they mty eeleel. A tcertteeJiiili of bitineee men are eolieited; or sept t of e ttttn tceepe'e dealer in in tetiettimj liquri, teiich let will nit admit to oar ttmmne under any ciremtcce. All csihw utc-trioee nnd contribntione for pub. tiettion met be nidreteed to the Editor. CjiKnunientioHtinrtjird to dcetieimj,and Job vctrk mult be adlrtiied to th...

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 October 1875

THE HERALD. AGHICUL TV UAL. Gralijrer Politics. Tlic Order of Patrons of Husbandry is now one of the greatest powers on I fQ be Q ;n5tant in thought, in season the American Continent. When it first ! an,i out of ,.cac0n as tiat 0f the house began to attract attention, it was wif0. -yiC.x cooking, ihc must have rnouglit unworthy ol any serious notice. Jeers and ridicule were deemed fully ti,ree iumm revolutions in the min cqualto its destruction, and when it ' ute or fomc 0f the numerous irons arc negan to lie evident that, regardless of 1 tliec, it was growing at a rate aton- jng con"ce and numerous other things, f-diingly rapid, the enemies wheeled I must be attended to at the right mo about, and sought consolation in what went, or wc sit down to burned cal-c, they supposed to be analogy. Said , they, "the Grange organization grows too quickly Ij -.and long. It is mush- roomy m character; it springs up in a night, and in a like manner will pass away. J. Ins is a fair sample of what...

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 November 1875

ADVERTISrNG KATES. THE HARTFORD HERALD. One copy, one year-..- 5 2 CO Ten copies, one year..... .. 17 50 Twenty eopic, one year........ 3" "0 An additional copy, free of charge, to the gctter-np of a club of ten or twenty. As we are compelled by law to pay postage in adr&ne on papers sent outride of Ohio connty, we are forced to require payment on a abcriptionfl in advance. All papen will be promptly st-mped at the expiration oT the time nberibed t r. All letters on bntinrss must he addressed to J HO. P. BaRKKTt k Ho., Publisher. tie squire; on. injsrtioo-... 1(0 ne jquare, each' additional iniertUrOw SO ne nqnare.one year....... 10 0 One-fourth evlcrmn per jettTV.. One-third column, per jear.., One half colitinn. ixr Tear- ... 311 CO ... -III. OCT Cll 00 . 100 CO Ine column, orre Tear....... " COME, Tltfi HERALD OF A N0I3Y WORLD, THE NEf3 OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT M HACk'.' Porshorter timr;nt proportionate rates. One inch of sjnee constlfates-a sqnarev tnall.r n I vrl v .ilrt...

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 November 1875

THE HERAXD. ilHt I BlBUErrC.. FHbllilirr aTOIIX I n.VICItKTT, Kilitorv HARTFORD, OHIO IWNTY, KY. WEDNESDAY, HO X, 1S75. Iter. J. A. ffanfiihr7 prohibited from prcnchiiis in Ilnrlford. The Greenville District Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church, held at No Creek, hut week, passed the fallowing preamble and resolutions: "Whereas, One 1 readier has no pastoral right ia any Icrritary other tlian that which is included within tiie lxjuixUof Ids own work, or that may be included within it, and especially in the territory which is embract d in the work of another, without the invitation of the pastor, thereof, and, Whereas, The Kev. J. A. Hum phrey, of the Kv. Conference of the Methodist Ej isccp il church, Scottvillff circuit, has violated tins right by making aud filling appointments with in the bounds of the work of Rev. It. G. Gardner, and without his consent; and without consulting him, lie being a member ot the same Conference, therefore, Revival Tlrat wcj the members of 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. — 3 November 1875

THE HERALD. 13 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, ix ibi lows or EARTHED, 0&I0 C0U5TY, KENTCCKY, JOHN P. BARRETT & CO., at tbc mice or ST Tiro Dollars a Year in. Adraicc.&S. Blustrcy last week. Miss Carrie Jarboc lind a congestive chill one day last week. Wanted To know who that mid night barker belongs to. Don't forget the Good Templars con vention. neitaes and llip.tch,at city price. We hare Evansvillc. Indiana, a fnll lint of job tjpei, ind f olieit the patronage of the htttUci commanitj. Counterfeit money U circulating in The pottage on etery copy of Thb UcitaLD prepaid at tkie ojfi.ee. Or term of enbtcrtption are 2 00 per year, mirtabty in adettnet. Should tke piper exiptnd pttll teat Ion t from my camee, dnrimy tne year, we teiM rrfnmd the money dme om etbeription, or furniek eubicri here for tke unexpired term tettk any paper of tke mmepriet tkey may eeleeU AdrertUementt of bntineee mem. are eolieited; ojccptlkoee of taloon keepere nnd dealer in in toxicating Hqno...

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 November 1875

THEjKERAtl). . c AGRICULTURAL. Iloir f .Halfo Hays Ilntc Furming. A farmer wrote to a member of the Scw York Fanners' club, requesting him, if possible, to find for him a boy who h honest, truthful, not lazj-, and who will be likely to love fanning. He -wanted a boy to pick up stones, chum, milk the cows, tuni grindstone, etc., and one aI.o that will not hate farming and run away every chance he ets. The chairman handed it over to Sercno Edwards Todd to answer who replied as follows: If a boy is justified in running awny, most assuredly he would be when he is directed to go alone to perform a job every faithful laborer hates. If you wish to keep a boy on the farm never ret him alone, when the birds are sing ing, the squirrels arc chattering and the violets are unfolding tl'eir charming etal5, at picking up stones iu a large field. The truth is, those little arms and soft muscles are no more suitable for handling stones than the muscles of a young colt are for drawing a sub soil plow...

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 November 1875

u SUBSCRIPTION KATES! One copy", one year Ten copies, one y-'.-ir.. ........ 17 50 Twenty rnniej, one year..................... 30 00 An'addllidBdl "copy, free of charge, to the gettcr-up of a clou of ten or twenty. in advance on papr rent ti. litfhle of Ohio eoanty, we are forced o require pay-dent 'ih ,All pipers will be promptly st-Mijlcd at the expiration of the time subscribed for: All letter on business mnethe addressed to Jit o. P. IUkiktt Jc Co., Publishnrs, a iatti.e Ktnow.notiji. O'obd friend, don "t f queue fo very tight I There room 'enough -for two. Keep in your mind that I've a riglit To lire aa well at you I You're rich and ttrong; I, poor and weak; Jjul IhinV you I presume When only thi poor boon I ask, A little elbow-room, 'Tii fueh ai you the rich and ttrong, If you but had the will Could give the weak a lift along, And help them np the hill. Xut do 1 you jostle, crowd and drive ! i'OU ttonsi and fret and fume ! Ton are the only man alive In want of elbow-room ! Ba...

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 November 1875

a THE HERALD. j s:cv p. nvnTir.rrr.. pnsiwifn JOIIV P. KVKUETT. Editor. iiaiit'or!, onto cotwrv. ky. -.vr.nxExn.vY, xov. 10. xsts.' Tin: Ik)!!.-; of Nelson county, not to le outdone bv the hordes are luxurm- tli in the ojiizootii-, Falmouth wants a National Rink. Lot lier hold on a while. The Demo oratie party prnrKi-'e to wipe out tho.c things in a year or two. Hon-. Hkn'ry S. Blayiic-, Mfiyor f Augusta, Ky., and a jovial, witty srcntleman. died the other day. An other victim to the "flowing lwwl." Tub President has Cuba on hrain. Ctmrirr-Juurnal the How can he help himself, he is so fond of Bourbon (s). Harrison county is killing liald ea gles that measure six feet nine inches from tip to tip of their wings. That is lxHcrtlian killing dentists in the streets of their county-town. 'GoM), m inexhaustible quantity has been discovered within ten miles of Atlanta Go." This occurs down there ever four or fivej'ears, but somehow or other tluit gold is never mined. Fouk hundred and twenty...

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 November 1875

THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORXIXO, ix thk toitx or IiAETFOGD, OUIO -CODXTT, ROIUCRY, JOIIX P. BARRETT & CO., AT TltK TRICK OP tSTTico Dollars a Year in Adcanc&1S& Job work of ererr description done with rie.itnM nl Jtpttchtatcity price. Wobava tv fall line of job tjps, and roltcit the patronage l the bain?f icotntnamty. Tie pottage on eeery copy of TflC HERALD i'c prepaid at tiii office. Vh term of nbieription are (2 00 per year, immriabty m adcaee9 Sionld tie paper $nptud publication, from any erttet dnrimj the year, ire tcitt rcfnnd tic money due on nb-cription, or fnrmitk N&rr btr for tie nexpircl term Kith any paper of tfte tome price tiey moy telect, A'leert te menti of tmtineii men are maticitnl; erccpttiotc of anloom kecpern'ond dcttert in in tosieatinj tiqmortf which tee wilt not admit to onr cafnt nnder any etrcumttancei Alt eammnmientiont andcontrihntiontforpnb ttcntiu rl be nddrened to tie Editor, Gtrnmnnicatiom in regnrd toadretinimytand jo...

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 November 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICULTURAL. The BrncIilM or Full Ploughing. That tlw pIoHchniK oflwsivv soils in the fall id ntfendeil with excellent re sults is generally admitted. That anj benefit accrues tea-soil of lighter text urc, is questioned by many asricultu rists,. with whom wc do not altogether reci Alt admit thnt the tenacious character of a clay soil is reduced, and its texture opened and rendered less "eompact by the operation of frost, The ftimps fall apart, and are disintegrated by the mechanical effect of the expan sion in the act of freezing of the water held between.! tlic particles. The field, which at tho-commencement of winter exhibited! only a surface of shapeless clog?, in. tlieppring L seen, tn-huve Been-- Wrought into a condition of mellowness which no amount of plowing.or harrow- l ig could have effectcdi But is thi the full effect of the forces of nature, which operate in small things as per fectly as in greater? The power which has forced asunder the clods, and re- itice...

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