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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 10 February 1875

THE HARTFORD HERALD "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISYtTVORLD THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY RACK." ADVERTISING RATES. ' One copy, one year-.; 2 00 Ten copies, one jear.. ........ 17 00 Twenty copies, one year 30 00 An additional copy, free of charge, to the getter-up of a club of ten or twenty. As we-are compelled by, law to pay postage in adrance on papers sent outside of Ohio county, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions in advance. All papers will bP promptly slapped at the expiration of the time subscribed for. " All letters on business must bo addressed to Jao. P. Bibeitt Co., Pablisht-rs, One square, one insert on ..$ 1 00 One square, each additional insertion- '60 One quare, one year...... 10 CO One-fourth column per year... - 30 00 One-third column, .per year... -10 00 One half column, per ytar...... SO 00 One column, one year-......... ............ 100 00 Foribortcr time, at proportionate rates. One Inch of pace constitutes a pqnare. The matter of yearly a...

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 February 1875

THE HEKALB. WALLACE GIIUELLE; Editor. HARTFORD; OHIO COUNTY, KY., 'EDN'-ISDAY. FEBRUARY 10. 1875. HEWS OF THE WEEK. Weilnc-idnj-, X'rbranry 3. Ei-arts, one of Reseller's counsel, 5a to rvceivc cireof S-Jj.OOv), paid by Recclier's In the Mis.-Oilrl Assembly eight of tlie Senators and nineteen members Of the House are from Kentucky. Canaia Bill, the notorious three-card ipnte nanj was arrested in Cleveland, 0., yestcrd.i. At CJevelaqd, O., yesterday afternoon, Andrew Hauck. sr., of the firm of Hauck Bros., while oiling machinery, fell under a fly-tvlicci and wan killed instantly. William Sternloiv Bennett, the English composer and pianist, is dead. Th Ajistin, Texas, shoemakers have struck for pccie payment. A negro who fell two hundred and fifty feet a a Virginia .topper mine, two or three days ago, is still alive, and;is likely to recover. The only cannon left of those used by Fannin at the Goliad, Texas, massacre, is rufiting-laan-ol4-6hl at Goliad. The duties of the post-office at...

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 February 1875

3 THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, 1ST TBS TOWS OF HAETFOED, OHIO COUSTT, KEXTLXKY, " BT JOHN P. BAKRETT & CO., AT THE KICEOr &STworDoUarsa YearinAdvancCBS. Job work of every description done with neatness and dispatch, at city prices. Wobavo a fall line of job types, and solicit the patronage ofthe business community. The pottage on every cvpy of The IIebald it prepaid at thU office. Our tcrmt of nAtcription are $3 00 per year, invariably in advance. Should the paper tu'ptnd publication, from amy cauee, during the year, ire ici'W refund the money due on euhnription, or furnith eubtcri here for the unexpired term irith any jmjier of the tame price they may tetect. J.defrlitemenli of buthen men are eolicited; except thote of ealoon kecpere and dealest in in toxicating liquort, which tee trill not admit to our colutnnt under any circumitancc. All eommunieationt and, contribution for pub lication mutt be addreteed to ike Editor. Communication in regard to aJecr...

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 February 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICU LT URAL. The Apple Orclinrtl. There arc many farms in our pioneer FcttlenirnU upon which no apple or fruit trees have as yet been planted, while in the older states new orchards are annually set out to take the place of tlio-'C pat their prime and going to decay. Here we have two natural causes for a constant demand for fruit trees, and there Ls another also more jwtent than either, which is the in crease in population. Twenty years ago many of our nursorj men aid deal ers in fruit trees predicted that the country would soon bo fully supplied because so many trees were annually propagated and planted; but time has shornr that the demand for fruit ha kept pace with the supply, and in some favorable localities has even exceeded it. Wc can well ramember the time when the very best of winter apples, such as Rhode Island greenings, Spi'z enburgh and fall pippins would not bring fifty cents per barrel in any of the Central or Western New York markets, and farmers in tho...

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. — 17 February 1875

SUBSCRIFHON. HATES- THE HARTFORD HERALD. One sqnare, one insert on . .$ One square, each additional insertion. 00 SO One copy, on. yesr- .1 f ft. Ten copies, one yesr- 17 00 Twenty copies, one je&r:.. T 30 OB une square, one year..-.... One-fourth eolnmn jer year, One-third colamn, per J ear One-half eolnmn, per year One eolnmn, one year-..... 10 00 30 00 40 00 60 00 100 00 An additions! copr.J'ree of ehsrre, to the - getter-op of a cinb of ten or twenty. ' ' As we are compelled by law to pay postage in advance on papers- sent ontiide of Ohio county, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions in advance. ' For snorter time, at proportionate rates. One inch of apace constitutes a sqnare. The matter of yearly dVertisements changed quarterly free of charge. For farther particu lars, addrerss Jko. P. BiKirxt A Co., Pnhlishers, "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK" All papers win Do promptly sunped' at to. expiration of tbe t-me su...

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 February 1875

.'4 ' J THE HERALD. JOHN P. BARRETT, JOHN h. CASE, WALLACK.U11UELLE. PaorEiKToss. WALLACE GItUELLE, Editor. HAItTFOHD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1875 NEWS OFTHEIWEEKi Wednclay, Februnry 10. Texas has nearly ninety million acres of public lands. A total eclipse of the sun will occur on April 5. It will not be visible in this hemisphere. Sixty thousand Japanese in Yeddo are studying the imglish language. Houston, Texas, contains seventeen chnrch buildings aud twenty-six Sunday schools. Capt. Henry J.Moore, formerly a prom inent Bteamboatman, subsequently an ex tensive merchant, being a member of the great pork packing firm of John J. Roe & Co., died at at. kouis yesterday, .The Adams Express Company has paid the Chattahoochee National Bank of Co Iambus, Ga., $20,000, to make good the $20,000 of the bank's .money which was recently stolen from the company's safes between Richmond and New York. The operatives in three of the largest cotton mills at Fall River, Mass.,...

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 February 1875

3 THE .HERAID. IS PUBLISHED EVE&:;WIKSDAY' MORNING, J ! ! , nf tb towi of HAETFOED, OHIO COUSTV. KEXTCCEY, JOHN P, BA.RRETT& CO., AT THE PBICE OF 3T.TwoIollaTp a Year in Advance.&& Job work of. eyery .description, done with neatness and dispatch, at city price's. "We have a full line of job types, and solicit the patronage of the business community. The potlage'oh every copy of Tnc IlEEALD it prepaid at thit office. Our termt of tubtcription- are $2 00 per year, invariably in advance. . . Should the paper etttpend- pubttcafum, front any eaute, durinjthe year, tre will refund tie money drfe bn'siiW-if1'0" or fnrnitn tuUcri ten for tit unexpired term with any paper of the tame price they may telcct. Adcertitementt of butinett men art tolieited; except thote of taloon te'eplrTand dealert in in toxicatxutfXiquart, tthick tre trill not admit to our column! under any eirennutaneet. All communication! and contribution! for pub lication muit be addreteed ti the'Editor. Commu...

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 February 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICUL TTJRJLL. Selling Corn. Sell no corn in the ear, have all you tell shelled. A hand shelling machine will answer if vour cron is'n small one. If large, get one "to be worked by a horse- power. Neither will cost a great tietu, ami we are very certain mat me cob.?, if crushed, steamed, and fed to Tour cattle, will be worth more to you in a single winter than the price of a eorn-sheller, whether you get a small or larce one. -We believe there ia one- third as much nutriment in a bushel of cobs as there is in a bushel of grain, and we do know that cows or oxen fed upoirthree pecks of the steamed or crushed cobs, in addition to the usual quantity of hay, or tops of fodder, will keep fat. Then why haul your cobs to market to be given away? It costs as much to carry a bushel of cobs to the market as it uoc a bushel ot corn. Shell your corn, leave your cobs at home to nourish your cattle, 'and through them your land; and where you now sell one bushel of corn, you will be a...

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 February 1875

THE HARTFORD HERALD. "J COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS, OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK'' One square, ene insert on.. ..........$ 1 08 One square, ei.cn additional insertion- SO One square, one year 10 0 One-foarth column per jear....... ...... 30 00 One-third column, per year ...... 40 00 One-naif column, per year; 60 00 One column, one ye&r-C - 100 00 .For shorter time, at proportionate rates. One inch of ipace constitutes a rqnare. The matter of yearly advertisements changed quarterly free of charge. For farther particu lar!, addretai 3xo. P. Bikrctt A Co.", Publishers, Ono copy, one vear- $2(0 Ten eopie;, one year....... Twenty copies, on jea'r.. .. IT 03 ,S il 311 00 An ad-IItion.1 copr, free of cSrjeVjo th getter-ap uf a clan of fen or twenty." ' ' As we are compelled, by law to p.iy pastas9 io adranew' on 'pp-' rs sent nntd-le1 of Ohio county, we are forced to rtqaire payment on subscriptions in advance. , All papers will be promptly s 'jpped at the expir...

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 February 1875

r THE HERALD. citv. JOHN P. BARRETT, JOHN L. CASE, WALLACE GRUELLE. PtOTEIIIoRJ. WALLACE GRUELLE, Enrroit. HARTFORD, Q II 10 COUNTY, KV., WEDNESDAY, FKBRUARY 24, 1875. EWSOfiTHE WEEK. Wetluradny. February 17. A wrious fire occurred in Canton, Chi na, January 3; one hundred and fifty liousfs were liurncd. A Berlin ditipntch to the London Daily News reports General Von Moltke .seri ously ill. ' John Mitchell has been returned to the British Piirltament Irom Tipperary, Ire land, without opposition. N. II Hendricks, a Mater, pairing the roof of a house, in NetOrleanH, yes terday, fell into the yard below and was killed A YoKonoma dispatch ears the iron rteamrr Berlin, latelv running between pert on the inland sea, under Japanese management, has been destroyed by bre. The crew and passengers are reported lost. Particular have not been received. The body of Michael .Heike was found near the railroad station in the town of Lake, Illinois, this morning at 8 o'clock, terribly cat and mutilat...

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 February 1875

;j;THE HER AM). IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, ix tei Ttnrx or IAKTNKB, OHIO C0U5TT, KENTUCKT, BT JOHN P. BARRETT.& CO., at tbi price or JCy Two DoUan a Year in Advance. ""8 Job work of every deieriptioa done with neatness and dispatch, at city prices. Wo hare a fall lino of job types, and f ohclt the patronage of the business community. Tit portage on rrcry copy of The Hibalp is prepaid at tkie office. ' 0r term of inscription are 2 00 per year, invariably in advance Should tke paper eutptnd publication, from any eante, during ike year, ire trill refund (He money, due on eubteription, or furnith enbtcri bert for At unexpired term with any paper of the tame price tkey nay eelecU Adoertitemtnte of butinctt men are tolieitedf exeept thoee of eabion keepert and dealer! in in toxicating liqnore, tchick tee trill not admit to our eolumui under any eireumetanece. Alt communication and contribution) for pub lication mnet he addreteed to the Editor. Communication, in regard to ad...

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 February 1875

THE HERALD. AGEIGUL T UttAL . s?T the Hartford Herald. THEORETICAL FARMING. l Tho method of fanning lias, perhaps been more -fully discussed, more mi nutely patronized, more completely dl sccted, than all other callings or pro-1 ftv5?i)nsin which men are engaged, ly. Who would not be a farmer under short asticlcs, by first planting the vine, bushel of seed is sufficient to sow five from the fact that it i-a science that such circumstances? He doas or could Prepare the ground with plow and hor- acres. In the South, fall sowing is be all, from the king to the vassal, are make all the money if he would. His row. or garden-fork, to the denth of lieved to be preferable. A good arti- jHjrfcctly familiar with. I exclude 1 none, of any calling whatever, except the farmer himself, who of course, ha no chance of informing himself, no time for concocting fine theories, his iihvaical nature being overdone by his . f. ... - - j m . :r I. uauy exertions; nis mma iuvcistu we admit he lias one is j...

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 March 1875

ADVERTISINGS HATES, Os'faKTS, one1 insert on..... ..$ 1 00 .One fjaare,ah additional insertion. One iqairi,"one'year....... ........ ,On-fourth eolamn per year...... ...... One-third column, per jcar;..;.... OnVhilf column, per year. On eolamn, one y tar-.i...'...' 10 00 30 00 .40.00 00 00 100 00 . PorborUr')ime)Jat,propjrtj"onit rates. One irrch of f pice constitutes a eqnarc. . 'The tnattefof yearly advertisements changed tin erterty,freo of charge. "Fr further partica a'rjj'addrer'ti p : 3rd. B'. Bibkett Co; PuttiHiera, TEACHING rKEXCIC BTTHEODOESIILTOJr. Aimer, aimer, e'ett a rtrrf. . Io love, to ltve,'thii Ss to lire.) j Teach yon French? I will "Ay dear! , -EitanJ con jonrjeieon hcje. i What did .Adam aay to Eve? WA,imer, aimer, cVf a rtcre. -Weeve.T said! but what', the harm If-I really jrieani yonr, arm? , Mine shall twine it, (by yonr leave,) Aimtr, aimer, e'tti a virre. . Xea'rnlng French Is fnlf of lip;" So" a I do with the lipar Here's the right way, yon perceive, Aimer,...

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 March 1875

THE HERALD. JOHN P. BARRETT, ) JOHN L. CASK. PaomiEioBs. WALLACE GRUELLp. J WALLACE GRUELLE, Editor. HA.RTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3. 1875. NEWxOFTHE WEEK. -Wrdbenday, February 24. A farmer near Parroltaville, Tenn., has lost 150 liraduf bogs from cholera, wilbiii a week. Rome, F-b. 22. It is understood that lit the next cousistorv four ecclesiastical provinces will be created in North Atner let, in order to proceed for the rapid ex Unsion or the church in.those regions. A colored woman at Macon, On., who was in the net of yawning a dav or two Hiro, unhinged her jaw. Sbe was for a time about an badly frightened as though t-he had been chased by a bugging Molly. The united efforts ot Dra. Blackehear. Hall and Wright succeeded in restoring the weapon to its normal condition, fitting it tor use ns beiore llie accident. Philip Olwell, a laborer, surrendered to the New York police last night, charging himnelf with having killed an unknown man in a drunken affray at his ow...

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 March 1875

3 General Williams told Holland, of the Eminence Constitutionalist, the other day, that he was approached by one of 3rakt's emissaries last winter, Who said to him: "In the new order of things you, General Williams, will be a Royal Duke." "An honor," quotha modest Old Borghdm to the astounded editor, "I respectfully declined." This little story, like nearly everything else that falls from Williams' lips, is exceed ingly apocryphal. Had any such prop osition been made him by a genuine emissary of Grant," Sorghum would have swallowed it as eagerly as a hun gry trout-gulps down a fly, and instead of running over the State yelling, "Look at me! I am the he-ro of Salt villel" we would hear him shouting at the top of his voice; " 'Rah for GrantI" The Know-Nothings of Illinois caught him with a less glittering bait than "His Royal Highness, the Grand Duke of Sorgo." The "Managers" of the Public Li brary Lottery announced, the evening before the drawing, that only thirty eight per cent, of ...

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 March 1875

THE HER ALT; AGRICULTURAL. KcpiUchs Watermelons. The Sutter (Cah) Jiauner sap: Wnn Informed bvMr. Wm. Maw- ., n. one of die champion watermelon mtcrers of Sutter county, of a novel ww of nrcxlucinc seedless watermelon? "When the vine begins to-bear be lets ,., first watermelon on each branch rmw midisturbeil. but covers the branch up with dirt from thefirst mel on to the second one, or within six , inches or more from the end of the vine will be a seedless watermelon, the mel on nearest the body of the vine having kept alL the seed." THrnlps Hd Com. A "Westchester county, (N. Y.).far Jmer is in tho Libit of sowing Yellow Aberdeen turnips among bis corn at the last passage of the cultivator -when tbn nlants are about five feet in height. t; The turnips do not make much growth until, the corn is cut, after which they swell rapidly. The cost is nothing except for seed ana harvesting, anu me cum hpirur alreadv cut is not injured when the turnips are gathered in. From ono'to four hundred...

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 March 1875

SUBSCRIPTION RATES- THE HARTFORD HERALD. "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY RACK." One moire, ene Insert on S 1 00 50 I One copy, one year -. $ 5 f Ten copies, one year-.... 17 00 Twenty copies, one year . 30 0O One iuut each additional insertion. une squirt, one jear .. One-fourth eolamn per year, One-third eolamn, per year, One-half column, per year One eolamn, one jeai 10 00 30 00 An additional copy, free of charce, to "the 40 00 gettcr-up of a club of ten or twtnty. 60 00 ioo oo As we are compelled by law to pay postage in advance on tj.d n seat oatsid. of Ohio por shorter time, at proporllonate rates. One inch of space constitutes a tq.ns.re. The matter of yearly advertisements changed quarterly free of coart. For further particu. lars, addressi Jxo. P. BisiETT & Co., Pablishers, county, we are forced to require payment lUDs-cnptionj id advance. All papers will be promptly looped at the expiration of the time subscribed f-r. VOL. 1...

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 March 1875

THE HEKALD. .IOUX P II KKETT, jo'ix i. c.vsn, PnnrRiETons. WALLACE UMTET, -T.E.J WALLACE GItUELLE, Editor. HARTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10. 1875. NEWS QFTHE.WEEK. AVp-JncMlny, JInrcIi 3. A Louieiat a vlit'rifT lin nnineJ liis new l.ily iilircveport 'nine", in honor of his Jnrorite newepnper. Tlie Smithsonian Institute records kept in St. Paul. Minn., show the mean tern peratnre of the winter to have been two deerees coMer than that of nny previous record in f.irty-tivo years, 6ince regular observations at Fort Snclling were insti tuted Curtis Pope, a younc man about twen tv years old. coinmiitcil suicide at Col um bos, O , yesterday, by taking a mixture of laudanum and morphine, lie has been criminally intimate with a Mr. Ewinft a young widow, Tor some time, ana died at Iter lodgings In a tort of "nnmentionable" suit, tried at Charlotte, X. C, day before yesterday, Col. H. C. Jones took the rather novel po- eilion that he had a right to introduce s negro man as docum...

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 March 1875

THE HERALD. . - q ; IS PUBLISHED r " " EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, .1 - is Tff'fOK op " ' " IABTF0ED, OHIO CNJHIT,. XEXTCCKY, JOHN P. BRRETTa& CO.,- ' AT THB PRICE OF 'J&rTuv Dollars a Year in Advance.TB& Job work ot every description done with ne&tneis and di spate b, at city prices. TTehave & fall lino of jobtjpestnA solicit the patronage of the bopineei eommnnity. The x9tage on every copy of The IlESALD it prepaid at thit office Our term of tubtcription are $2 00 per year, invariably ? aantnct. Should the paper tvfptnd publication, from any avr during the year, ice wiU:Tcftrnd the money due on eubicription, or furnith tubtcri' here for the unexpired term with any paper of the tame price they may eelccL JLdccrtieemente of buineta men are eolicitcd; except thott of tatoon heepert and-dealere in tit toxicattna liquor, which ice will not admit to our column under any circnmitancct. All communication! andcontribntiontforpub lication must be ctddrtteed to the Editor. C...

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 March 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICU LTURAL, Cnrulj- Stock. It will bo uow but n short time till 0 . . u . . tt a sweet morsel lor the animals tnat an - i ,w ri a..5: j. enilly shut off their stock from the main pastures in the spring till the grass isfairly started, the scanty pick- ings that ai afforded in their limited ,.:n i,ii :i i,,. ti, w lalaJLlW 414 IUUUI f lOU MJ lilt w allA, I ofivWtinrr rather than Mtbfvinir the growing appetite, Then are laid the ..j-f: rri., i i-.. .- ,.o.nf: . growing wheat and destruction to the Joung corn, habits against which even Une fences are not proof, and which ,a oi jr i,cn, U1CCU VI UtlA 4 tlUAA UUfllUUUUVUVdg I Ummin,);, A Hnv anont . now by way of precaution may prevent serious annoyance and avoid injury to i i, J ' jiUttu.uup. .... ... v arr. Ktafintr Avhnt is nlmnst a sell- evident proposition in saying that we believe pWW insufficient fences are .t .f e i .1 mestic animals are generally quiet by j . .i i Z I b of undisturbed and unharmed captivity. A you...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
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