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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 17 November 1875

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Obb coot, one t-eir- 5 00 en eopiet, one jer............ 17 54 Twenty copies, one year... .....a...... 30 0D An additional copy, free of charge, to tfe gelter-up of club of ten or twenty. As we are eerapeUed by law to pay portage in adranee on pipna cent outside of Ohio county, we are forced to require payment on intxrrintiom in advance. All panera will fee promptly siavped at the miraiion of the time anWribed fur. All letter on baseness ranst be &4dreeJ to . Jso. P. BiT.TTJ: Co., Publishers. For tie Hartford Herald. Heart rtowEns. Trim Friends by the HTny. BT fUBELEtXK. Thtre'are flowers, bright flowera 5n thii heart -'ofrtine, iTanved by' the Weetes' of lore divine. Living for aye in their, -exquisite bloom, brewing aronad tne their aweet perfume, Sparkling with drops that begem the flowen Of amaraath beauty, inhearen'e own boweri, And cherished with care by the heart's winn tear; Would ye mV, wonld ye uk "how came they there?" frienda by the way, tbey gent...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 17 November 1875

THE HERALD. Ja.V V. U VS2Srr ACa.,IublInUera JOIIX V. BAaKETT, Editor. iixnrioau, ojiio couxtv, ky. H E3.VESAV, XaV, 17, 1W5. RAMDLIXG FOIl XOTORIETY. Ol c-iiiroe wc arc nnJer nevrral olilt"i vtlou (?) to the Southern Ariculturalitt, niiil ll.irlltinl IIkku.u. for cnpyiii uur Articled, ami not giving tit credit therefor It Man occasion wlieti to be o noticed makes one feci good in a horn. We Hre not in the iiubil of It-urine up iirinlin if- tli-x, atij making "pie" of Elitori. Imt puntie co'kl lookiujr man will gel hurt at thin fiK)li-liiics3 yet. r lcmlng.ltry Ham LUr. When a newspaper publisher is so hard nm for expedients to draw atten tion to himself as the Fleiningsbtirj llamUer, ivc feel it to be a duty, if not a charitable act, to give him a "notice" free of charge. The idea of any re ."pectable paper, whose editor makes : pretence, of having a moderate share of brain?, copying an article fiom the above sheet is simply ridiculous. Wc Haveno recollection of ever seeinganar- ti...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 17 November 1875

TME HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVEttV WEDNESDAY MOUSING IX THK TOWX or HAETFflED, OHIO COOXTY, KENTUCKY, . JOHN P. BARRETT & CO., . . jlttiii ruuor gST T ico DoVan a Year in Advance. T35 Job work of every deieription done with neatness and disnatch.'at city prices. We have fallliae-of job types', and solicit the patronage of the business community. The pottage on etery copy of Till HERALD it prepaid at Mi t'Jxee. Our ttrmt of ttbtcnpthn are J J 00 per year, t'awi'aU; i adrace. Should tie paper intpind publication, from amy caute, dnrUj the year, ire tcill refund the money dne o 6"eril"o, or fnrnith enbteri bert for the unexpired term tcitk any paper of the wane price they may ttlecu AdeertUemcnte of Iniinef men are tolieited; mwm t at wtionn terpen and dealers in in- toxiatting Uanon, tehich ire tri'H not admit to onr eolnmiH.under any emnmtiance: ' All co-nmnnienttont and eontribnthnt for pub lication mntt be addreteed to ( bailor. Co'mnnicationtinre3ardtondecrtiiing,anJjob nork tnnt...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 17 November 1875

THMHERALD. A GR TGUL T URAL. An Eksiij by a I.h1j- Granger. ThefjUowtngcssav was read by Mrs. M. B. Chaddock, before Pleasant Dale Orange, Illinois, on the anniversary of the order: , "Brothers and sisters, wo are here to-day to celebrate the sixth anniversa ry of the order of the Patrons of Hus bandry, and when I look over this as embly, there is one thing that pleases roc jnore than all the rest that there are more sisters than brothers present. I like to see the women interested in this movement, for this order has done, is .doing, and will do more, for the cn iranchisement of women that all other forces combined, to elevate the sister hood and educate them: ' It has leeh the custom in all nges of the world for men to meet togetherand take counsel, and from these meetings women have leen excluded. Wc have obeyed the Scriptural injunction, to learn of our husbands. But all that lias chanced. We now co to the Grange meetings and learn for our selves. Anew era has dawned on our live...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 24 November 1875

SUBSCRIPTION ItVTES One copy, one year.......... 2 00 ten copies, one year 17 50 Twenty copies, one year....-........-.. 30 00 An additional copy, free of charge, to the getter-op of a dab or ten or twenty. Ai we are compelled by law to pay postige in adrance on papers lent outside of Ohio coolly, we are forced to require payment on ubtcriptions in adrance. All papers will be promptly slapped at the expiration of the time subscribed fun All letters on business matt be addressed to Jno. P. BiEtrrr Co., Publisher! For the Hartford Herald. THE XAN-T R6sii. Br ASPIRANT. We can not recret the demise of the rse In question, since dying she be queatbed the odors of her pure soul to the bweet "Aspirant." The last twolines of this touching little poem stirs a sleeping echo in our own heart, which is still ring ing in wistful pathos up and down its cor riders. En. The rosea hare had their iway, I taw the lait one to-day, And I thought, in my inmost heart, 1 wm a very tad thin j to part With t...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 24 November 1875

f iOltX V. BARRETT J: CO., rulilUllCM JOHN P. B.IUBETT, Editor. HARTFORD, OHIO COBXTr1, KT. WEDNESDAY, NOV 31, 1875. In an article on the "pardoning wiver." the Cnrrollton Denmral offers -the. following .6urgestion to Governor! oIcCreakV. "JCtquirc, whenever you mrdon a convict or remit n fine, that kho representations of any influential man 'or men vb.u may be advocating it,, tjgethef with the petition and the names' of the signers, lc published in smne'ncwepapcr ot the county where the offense was committed, if there be ssmy, and if not, in the paper published nearest to tho scene of the offense; and if the case be a grave one, then have it .published also iu some paper of gener ral circulation in the State," The Demo crat also remarks that if all the repre sentations, made by influential parties to UovernorliESUEduringthc last year of his term in aid of persons convicted of offenses against the law, wera pub lished it would furnish some very in teresting reading." Wc think the su...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 24 November 1875

rn- .1. c -V SlALtt'AllAUT I 'A K 1 ' ' mi .1 1 3? i THE EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, fx tat Tows or H1HTF8ED, OHIO COUXTY. KEX1TCKF, BT JOHN P. BARRETT & CO., jlttiii rsicior tar Two Dotlart a Year in Adcance.l Job work of-arery description dona .-with neatness and di'Ditch.at city prices. We hare a. full line of job types, and.rolicit the patronage or the batmen community. Tie pottnye on every enpy of THE IIekalD ie prepata at tnte offieet Onr Urine of nnbeeription are $2 00 iter year, inettrially in advance. SionH tie piper intptnd pnllicatinn, from ann ranr. dnrimt lie ttetr.tee trill refund the maney due on enhtriilion, or fnrnith. 'eniteri- here for IKt nncxptre lermjetlk. any pilfer or ihe enmepnte they tnny eeleet. Adetrtieemente of bneineti men are eulieiled; - rr-nt rlnar of iaM keeitere and deiler i in- toxientinj tic nore, teliek ice tti'H not admit to onr tolnmne tinder any eireniMamcee. All commnnienuoni and contrihntione for put Urntinn tnntl he aidretted to tie Edito...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 24 November 1875

THE HERALD. 'AGRICULTURAL. IHrd Hunting. . The season of bird hunting is at hand Jfywrtsnien are, doubtless, preparing for the fall campaign. This is a sub ject about which farmer? have felt H)ine cancern for years. And, at the present, it is quite a perplexing ques tion. The way these men at present conduct this sport, it is fast Hearing a point when something will have to be done to protect farmers against their raids. They usuallyjenter farms when and where they please, shoot where they please and run over crops in any manner they please. The farmer may have a fiery horse in harness near by, or. he may liave sickness in the family, hut even under such circumstances as these the request to go farther away with their noise, it is often met by an angry rejoinder or bitter oaths, that farmers usually make up their minds to bear the annoyance, inconvenience. er injury, as the case may be (and it is sometimes all of these), rather than risk provoking a difficulty. Often gates are left ...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 1 December 1875

suBsoitiPTicrsr bates. k THE H strarlXorB Urh'St.X-i -?I I & I One copy, one year- 2 GO Ten copies, one jcir..,...... 17 50 Twenty conic;, one year....... ...... 30 00 One Une square, tacnjitldtlional iniertioa. all Due qnare,oiie year.-..... 19 01) OnfrfArtfr-eillirni'S prekrI.XJfl.i.H Sfl 00li'. OdB-thlrd ctilamn. per jt ar-.... 40 CO Otic eoIamnoner-.t.:il..:..1. fcOO1" ForsWi -yme. alpropt!oBa(.e(rje?. One inch of space cootlifulci a square. -The matter of jearlj aTTyWlffStnents changed qtmteriyir&ef.Wt34fWfdrtbrtaiet'fr Jxo. P. B JRKITT i Co., Poblisaers. An additional copy, free of charge, to ,tho retterinn or a clnb of ten or twenty. A wo re compelled by law to pay postage in advance on pap-rs seni omsiuo oi unio coonty, we are fereed to require payment on subscriptions in advance. All papers will be promptly steeped at the expiration of the time subscribed f r. All letters on business must be addressed to Jso. P. m-.rr.TT & Co.,' Publishers, "I COME, THE nERALD O...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 1 December 1875

THE HERALD. Jon.Y P. m.RRETT4.-C(K, Publishers JOII.V 1 BAKKETT, Editor. hartfokd, oino coL'arrY, kt. WEDNESDAY, DEC-, I, 1875. Tkxas will bold an election on the 7th of December. Tub National Grange lm Lccn iu ses.-ion at Louisville lorn week or more part, and the delegates present have been doing a goal work for the order. Tun crooked whisky ring at St. Loins are having a hard road to travel jut now. Joyce and McDonald were found guilty, and Avery is on trial with fair prospects of conviction, It is estimated that this ring has swin died the Government in tax on whisky to the tune of from five million to ten million dollars, but thanks to Secretary Bristow, their thieving h at an end for a time. TnK telegraph announces the ap pointment by Gov. Ingersoll, of Con necticut. of ex-Gov. James E. Exg- as United States Senator to fill the vacancy created by the death of Mr: Ferry. The appointment adds another to the Democratic Senators makine the total representation 29 against 19 in 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. — 1 December 1875

THE HERALD. .IB PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOBXINO, IX TBI TOWX 0 H1ETT8P.D, OHIO COUSTI. KEXTCCKT, IT JOHN P. BARRETT & CO., at tb( riici or XSrTivoDoU&rsa Year in Adeance.-&1 Job work of ererr description done with neatness anaaispatcajavci. price. nuv a fallline of jobtypes.and solicit the patronage of the business community. Tke pontagt on ecery eopy of TBI UcixLD " prtpnid at tkie office. Onr ttrmt of tnbeeription art 1 2 00 per year, ineariably in advance. Sktuld ike paper tatpend publication, from any nnnte, during tkt year, teill refnnd tkt money dm on mbtription, or fnrnitk snl.cn btrt for tkt unexpired term tcitX any paper of tke JLa0trUemenl oj onemeew wtn arm vomciicu, xctattaiMC Mton terpen ana aeaiert n tn- ca.w.y If,.., . we Kill not admit to onr mwm under amw eirenmitanett. I All eMiaafeilieiis and eontribnliont for pnb- iieadoa mnttbe aidrettea to the hattor. I Commnniemtiominrtjardfndterti.iny.andjob teeri mmI6 addreatd to tke Pnblitkere. COUNTY DIRECTOR...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 1 December 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICULTURAL. Wiud-SucUiBK. Siump-SucIUii anil ejrib-Uiliug. A veterinary contributor of the Chicago Tribune thus answers a corres pondent Inquiring about 'what ho Miould do to the horee with the above vices: Wind-sucking.istnmp-sucking and rih-hiti'j'r arc essentially the same 0 . . vice. The only difference consists in the greater proficiency of the wind niir&rr: for the same are ablo to swallow air, and .to belch it out again, without support for their teeth; while crib-biters can not do it unless they have something manger, pole of a wagon, neck-yoke, tc. of which thev can take hold with their teeth, Both vice3 once fully developed are incurable; -aud horses that have ac quired them can be prevented only temporarily from exercising the same. The most common and may be the most efficient method of suppressing the exercise of these bad habits, con sists in buckling. a, .strap. rather tight around the horse's, neck, sawing be tween the horseVtcetb or driving a wedge...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 8 December 1875

'it H . A. subscription hates. ADVERTISING- RATEH. THE HARTFORD HERALD. .. . r " COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALIENATIONS LUMBERING AT MY HACK." One cop'j, orie jcir- -. t 00 Ten copies, one year...- 17 50 Twenty copies, one ytr 30 00 An additional copy, free of charge, to the jetter-op of a dab of ten or twenty. A we are compelled by lw to pay pottage In adrance on ppre tent outside of Ohio connty, we are forced to require payment on inbseriptionj in ad ranee. Alt papen will be promptly stapped at the One sqptrre,-one insertion-.........? 1 (in One square, each addttionl'inrtlo., in Onesqaare,Beyeari..- 10 00 .One-fourth colamn jnrjtxf......... 34 00 One-third colamn, per y tarin.. W 09 One half colamn, pirycar . 60 W One colama,-ose year-... -C. lO'OO' For shorter tiine, at proportreaale farter.. One Inch of space constitute a jqn&re. The matter of yearly adrertbeinenU ehsngrd quarterly tneottfnrgt PorfartherperttM' Ursrd(Iressi Jo. P.B4HMTCb:r?B6lijh'er!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. — 8 December 1875

1 n THE HERALD. CROOKED WHISKY. Chief Clerk Avery was found guilty atSL'LouiTon 2ndinst. One by One the rincrare convicted anil marched on JOHN P. BARRETT, Editor, j t theI'cnffintiary. Vc ;ii&s it wily n.inTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, UV. WKOXEttnAY, IKC 8, 1S75. , l)c IkbcoeU's time next, W 1. s asithtf devel? opments every day continue to MirowJ suspicion itpoiilnhi. t)n the same day Tate and Weinicr were found guilty at Milwaukic. A special to the Chicago Time, nmiMWt3 VJ.alililri Mil f T I II" r I'M' 4- the CROW HOUSE, Opposite the Courthouso iubt'uhd, kt. -3 .fornrjfo B. OF THE Ol7J COUNTRY S JUNG Ell. The ino digressing suffering h the ronsonueuce of Turkey's horrible devil-iflec. 1, c trv towards the- Ilerzeitoviniau Chris? Oarpenter wfth the crooked. inm - whrtrc-lirirnrtoitchcwdra many brutes, and their Headless bodies Secretary years ago, millions of revenue lsft on thestrccts for dogr, or thrown that has. been, embezzled and stolen into the rivers as food for fishes, and a mi...

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 December 1875

t t IS TUBLISHED -liEfff M, .01110 mijj KESTCC W, JOHN P. BARRETT fc CO., at Titt raicE of 'XWTvxi DdtarsitYcar in Adcancc.-TBZ Job work or every-' description' done with neatness and dispatch, at city prices. Vr'ebave fall line of job types, and solicit the patronage f the business community. rrMjeH erery topj of Tni IIkrild i prepaid at tiie office. 0r term of mnbetriptioo art Z 00 per gear, intarinblj adeanee. Sioold&vpopir mtipeJ piillteation, from any emtte, dtrtnj lie year, ire k!11 refund tie money dtcn tti'tripluS; or furtiitk ,-iUeri-ten for tie unexpired term Kith any pnpcr of tie tamtprieetieytffelteUt- Adeertieemente of bouneit men are toliciteJ; except tin of tolooo-keepere and denlert in i JtoxienlUg liqnprt, viiek e.cill uatjodmilto our column' iitr 4) circnmttaltcit. All aniMiiilu 'and -eontribitiOnt for pith (notion t lie adtlretecd to lit Editor. Commnniontionninrejord toitdretiiing,and job I frersV ie addremd to tnrPMitictt. - COUNTY-DIRECTORY. ' CIRCUIT COrBT...

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 December 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICULTURAL. Farming it IVc fusion. Fanning is a profession, and a most polished profession nt that. No other profession lias such co-workers ns his. Every farmer is practically a chem ist, making and unmaking, composing 'and decomposing material things in a labratory and on a scale that strips the manipulator of crucibles of his honors. Assisted by the Great Architect,the farmer, on .the floor of his labratory, mother earth, plants the tiniest seed, which through chemical action germi nates and sends forth a small bud that by accretions from surronnding mat 4er is formed into the great tree. Or Tiy changing the elements of the earth through skillful chemical frctilization, he produces in astonishing perfection, all the cereals and fruits needed for man'e sustenance. Another change and the cereals and grasses of the field arc changed, through chemical action, into the most luscious of meats and the most nourishing milk to gratify man's appetite. Again, he converts the g...

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 December 1875

SUBSCRIPTION KATES- One cony, on year . ......$ 2 00 Tea copies, one Tear........... ...... 17 SO Twenty comes, one year.................... 30 00 An additional copy, freo of charge, to tho sctter-np or a club oi ten or twenty. At we are compelled, by law to pay postage in adrance on papers tent outside of Ohio ooonty, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions in adrance. All papers will be promptly stacped at the expiration oi tne time enbacnuealcr. All letters on business must be addressed to Jko. P. BiREKTT Jt Co., Pabliihrrs . For the Hartford rtcrald. SOMEBODY'S DARLIVU. BY ALEX. II. CUMMIXS. Beneath the cold drifting snow a female was found, tier cold, wrinkled face bearing traces of past beauty. A orfAcra Paper. She was somebody's darling, That poor ehrieveled thing, "With Aughtlmt thin tatters To keep out the sting , Or the cold, biting blast, Which swept down the street, And pierced to the bone Her uncovered feet. - She was somebody's darling, That low, bending form...

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 December 1875

THE HERALD. JnX P. BARRETT CO., Pnbllshen JOIUt P. BARRETT, Editor. BABTFOED, OHIO COBMT, KT. WEDNESDAY, DEC, 15, 1875. THE PLOT DEEPENS. The removal of General Henderson frosi the prosecution ofUbe St Louis whisky swindlere and government thieves is a scliem'e of Graft's to save liia net nrivate secretary. Gen. Bab- - ' cock, who has been indicted by the grand jury of complicity In the ring fraud. We took occassion last week to say the thieves were sunning them 6elve3Ui close proximity to the White House, nd' we would not be surprised, if this matter W03 sieved to the bottom, to find one greater than Babcock con nected therewith, if not the ruling spirit in this infamous business, as well as chief ruler of this misruled and out rageously plundered country. The re moval of Gen. Henderson h declared to le in conseouencc of some uncarded re mark which the cabinet think had bet ter been left unsaid, but ostensibly to save Babcock and shield Grant There is jaot the posjbility of doubt a...

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 December 1875

THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUSING, is Tnt tows or SASTF8BD, CniO COUSTT, KEXTCCET, BT JOHN P. BARRETT & CO., AT THE TEICI OT JTaoDo&ma YearinAdvance.TSn Job orkwf hrtij description done -with neatness and dlspateb, at city prieei. We bare a fallllne of Jebtypes.and solicit the patronage of the business community. The ;t'fA on ery copy of tac BibaLD it prepaid at tkie ojicv. Onr ttrnxt of tubteription art $1 00 per year, t nvor.itJv adpance. Should' tie phptr tuiptxd publication, from any cautr, during lie jrear,tc vill refund tie mavcy W ' 6eripfi, or fimiink ler ir or lie unexpired term aid any yar tkt axe priVe tAy Miry e fcef. .AtfcertiVmrats o imi''t men art nlieited; except live o vojuov. teeperi and dealere in in toxicating liqmoro, trfcfe we loiil not admit to our eolmmnt under any eireumttanee: Ml communication! and contribution! for pub licntion mutt be addreteed to tie Editor. Communication) in rrjard to adeertiting ;and job murk maertc addrened to t...

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 December 1875

V THE HERALD. AGRICU Ll'URAL. xnmivss IVrforr flic vr T.Uprfy Grange, ejlilo I ounly, lij'. nv tiii: jiasticii. and immorality abound. There will but home will be a pleasure to them, seem to lie no ambition or aspiration and they be saved from vice, degree for cultivated society, and the rude daiiun and ruin vulgar actiqns of scmi-civiliEition, such I have now answered the question as hunting and fishing and strolling on I propounded by the worthy lecturer, the sabbath day, and many other such in a brief and somewhat desultory man- practices,' will be the order of the day.- ner, and I maintain that the Grange I refer my hearers to their own obscr- i directly and indirectly a moralizin ration for the truth of this statement, institution, and that the prejudice ami From these reflections, I conclude then I bitterness entertained by some to- that the Grange U indirectly a moral-1 ward the Grange, is but for the want izinjr. institution. of a proper knowledge of its workings I take the ...

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