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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 17 May 1876

.SUIJSOHll-TlON IZ.A.TI2S. One eour, ono year- S,l 50 Om copy, fix monlln 1 OD One ciiiir, '.lirce inoutli id No deduction from Uioo rate under ny circumMnnc -s. Ai we nro cnrapcllcd Iij lnw tojiny jioslaRf in advance on papTS font ouImU- ut llhi connl;, w arc forced to rjii i ro payment on suuscriMiuns in advance. All papers will lie" promptly ippcil nt tli expiration of the time ulerilieil I r. All letter on liminem vunst lie mMrrssr.l t JOHN V- IlA.llKI'rT. rublifhrr. COUNTY DIRECTORY. cincuiT COUIIT. Hon. James Stuart, Judj-o, Orrcnbnro. Hon. Jo. Hayerafl, Attorney, Owrnsboro. A. Ii. Morton, Clerk, Hartford. K. It. MnrrtIl,Matcr Commissioner, Hartford T. J. Smith, Sheriff, Hartford E. L. Wiie, Jailer, Hartford. Conrt begins on the second Mondays in May and November, and continue three weeks each term. COUNTY COUItT. Hon. W.F. Gregory, Judge, Hartford Capt- Sara. K. Cox, Clerk, Hartford. J. P. Sandarfer, Attorney, Hartford. Court begins on the Grit Monday in every month. QUARTERL...

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 May 1876

z 3 Millie 7 T 171 1" A t Tw 11 LIU 1 .1.JL1iJLWVIj1 A joiix i haiu.ktt. r:iitort WRD.NKSDAY, MAY 17 , .1876. .Spiriilrmlli ItrKimnil i('Krn lurlij- Volunteer nt Hurt lord. OncoFtlio fir.l mililiivy Camps es taMMicil in RenUU-ky Kir tlio purpose tf organizing rogiinonls Kir tlie Vnion raiiso, (luring the late war, was nt Hnrlfiml alxmt the 1st of Scptotnhcr, I SKI, ly Col. McIIcnry, Wnn rccruitiil . lic 17th rplhittl of Kentucky Infant ry, al lire l'iir grounds near Hartfiml. The, Wtttp was callwl "Calloway," in tumor of a soldier of the Revolutionary War who was the last citizen survivor of Ohio county that took .1 part in that memorable struggle. Cnpt. Preston Morton, who commanded company ".VoFtlic 17th Kentucky nyimentauil was killed nt the battle of Shiloh on . tfic t5l!i ol April, 1802, had raised a ' 'tompany of men, and was on his way to 'Camp Dick llobhison with his com pany, and had rcaehof Litchfield on .hc route to that rendczvouse, and rearing that troops would lie recr...

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 May 1876

THE HERALD. is published EVEKY WEDNESDAY MOUSING, IX TIIK TtlVX HI" wmnn, onio couxtv. kbtccky, B V JOHN P. BARKETT, AT Tn MICK Of One IMhtr and Vijly mil jvr Imr. Job work of every description done wilh nratnrsi ami dispatch, at city price. Webnvc a full tine urjob types, and foiioit tbe patr'inngo of the lutinr community. Tkr foi.tiye on rmy cyy oj TlIK llKKALII it prrtutd iff thta ojflcr. Our term of tuUrriition ir fl 50 r yenr, hrorittlJy odronre. Skoxil tkr jwxr it;xit'f pmMicatioa, from tint rnntr, ttrini the yrnr, i trill rrfimJ the mh ine on tnbmeriotiott. or fnritifh mb'rri- lr for lie MMfxyiiir. term trilk jf ;m;ir of tlie tameprtee tkry moy utltrt. Ailrrrliirmrmti of hutin"l Men rire riliritril. exeritt thone of wnlaov leeie rt oml ilenlrrt im im- tojeieatinj liqnort, rhtrh ire trill not ailmit to our roMMNt tNirr any i,rcwmficf. 4f commamiritttOH and contribution for !- irfffion mn( 6r mill tteil totht hotter. ComMnnientiomtinteaard tontlrrrtitin'j,OHil jh teorL nnt le o...

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 May 1876

THE IIETtALT). Household and Agricultural. w. , , , .Spirit 11I Ammonia. Tlw.m is iw. tn)Vm,r u0,. .. i.;,. :n do till you try it. I knew animonia, ililuted in water, could re.-tore mstv iilLs and clean coat collars, but when I got a green spot on the carpet, I tiie.1 j lw,sml 01 c(Tor:,s 1,1 fiu waiLT M"" half a dozen things before I thought of - '0"t c,'"r f,vu I'tU""N of &Hh that, and that is jnt what did the work j1"1'" Hie good nml lot them remain effectually. I put a tcaspoonful into fiflro" "". tWn ,;,1;0 0,lt 1,10 alwut a tcacupful of hot water, took a 1 cloth and wet the spot thoroughly. just rubbing it slightly, and the ugly ppot was gone. It is splendid for cleaning your silver; it makes things as bright as new w ith any expenditure of strength; and for looking-glasses and windows, it is best of all : and one day when I was tired and my dMi-doths looked rather gray, I turned a few drops of ammonia into the water and rubbed theni out, and I found It acted like a charm,...

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 May 1876

su;n:j,rpi,rf n.v tics- One rijrr one jcr 'ten cr, fix month One ruiiy. -Urco ino-itlis i 50 ! 1 ou 50 Xi. Ieiluctiuu from these rotes under an; rireumstanc s. As wo lire eomjiclled by lin to pay postage in advance on papers sent outside f Ohio count y, we are foreeil to require pay-i- i t on subscriptions iti advance. Alt i.aprrs w" lie promptly s'.-ppeJ at the lir3liMU ut (he time fiWrilel r- I. MI letter on lmsines tumt he addrr-- i JOHN l UXltUrrT, Publish. r. COUNTY DIRECTORY, t . vei l r co' ;st. lion .iL.uet :. -'udo, -i-tiO.oro. Hon. J.. Haj.. .'f '. nt'.J, 0.n.l A. I.. M.utnn. Clc' . lUrlf '. u. H. Jl-irell.Ma.-tcrCom -. . '. 1 T. J. Smith, SbrrilT, liartf.ir.l. ". I.. Wile, Ja.Ur, Hartlor.l. v, . irt i u tho secun-l M-"J.i I it.y i.aJ i. caiW. -.nd con'lmcs three week each tirm. COI'VTY COVU' Hon. W. 1. . y, J II. :.rd. Cap. Sam. K. Ua, Clcr. . .j (f .1. J. I'. Sanderfer, Attorney, ilar'f.ird. Court begins on the firt Monday In every month. QUAIITKHM coma, llrgins on the 3...

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 May 1876

rl T T "T7 TTT7lT- A T Tk SOUS l HA It IC KIT. K.lltorv WEDNESDAY, JTAY 21 8r. The alisenec of editorial matter this -tetk is owing to the ituliHfititn of tli editor. Please excuse. I.oainvillc r.clfcr. Editor Herald: It is with pleasure I read tlic call in the If ei:am for a reunion 01 mc old seventeenth Ken mcky Regiment at Camp Calloway in .September next. A year ago I wrote io Col. McIIenry suggesting that wc should at some fuhu-e time lmve-a re union. "Without swne unforeseen hinder anctv I will ntteiul the preliminary meeting on the first of July, and trust wo may le able to ndopt some plan by which the proposed gathering in Scj- lembcr will be eminently successful The members of the old regiment and their friends should come together for a jolly handshaking. Many of them had friends on the other side with whom they tire now living In affection ate relations; it 3e hut proper that tlu-p shonW bo invited to our meeting, In fact this is the spirit that should pervade the society...

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 May 1876

THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVEKV WEDNESDAY MOltXING, IX THE ToWX OP HARIMD, OHIO COUNTV, KENTUCKY, BV JOHN P. BARRETT, AT THE TRICK OP One Dollar and Fifty crtij per Year - Job work of every description done with neatncii nddiipatch,at citv pricei. We have a full line of Jol t jpet, nd solicit the patronage of the buiinest community. The ye om every cwjiy f TlIK IIkraI.O i' prepaid at tkU office Our term of inlteriptiuH are $1 50 per yetir, ittcartahly in entente. Ahomtt Ike Miter npta publication, from amy eamet tlnrimii tie wmrtw rill re f nml th tmvmey tine om nixriptioM. or urnith wb4c.r ter far tke nnepired term irttA y paper vf th ttmeprn-e the mimt leleet. Attrertivememt f butimem mc are mtiettetif ervept tkote of mf?N keeper ami denier m tn tojriemttmj Hqnvr, trAieh tet teitl mot attmit to onr tin mmuer amy umtmttamee. All ticiit- atul cvUrittntiu fvrpH licnlio Mf b adatd to tit AMiwr. OuutMMiticatioM in 9 qant taaifrertiimg.aHd jub trort: mniiw aaareei fo the i'Hblffier, A FE...

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 May 1876

THE HERALD. . Household and Agricultural. OOE.. i Iiiiiiioiinp Clip lor ISTd Derliiietn I'rlcvs ol Ilie Itnw .llnlrrinl. tni 111 I riic regular sheep shearing season in!. , , , . . . - Kentuekv will begin about the first of V . . , . . aldc-vold weather. Wool" growing in the State, and especially in our imme diate seotioiii 1ms received n large share1 of attention and solicitude dur- mtr (tin nnct nlrsi until tf la yi ill-- . . . . . . , ing among our most important indus-' tries. In view of tl le near approach J mi, we o er some (arming friends in ot the shearing season suggestions to our farming friends in regard to the article. Fioin informa tion and data of a reliable character it is safe to assume that the wool clip iii the United States will lie near twice as large it has ever been lefore. The price ot wool has been steady declin ing for sonic time, and in view ot the forth-coming immense clip to be thrown upon the niarkot, and the large quantities of the old clip left over, c...

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. — 31 May 1876

THE HARTFORD HERALD. Ono toys, ono year- I SO 0n copy, ris months 1 OU Ono copy, three months 10 No deduction from thco rates under any circumstance. A wo uro cnmjicllcd by law to pay postage in advance on papers sent outside of Ohio county, u aro forced to require payment ui subscriptions in advance. All papers will bo promptly stMpcd at the expiration of the timo sulncribcd for. All letters on business must bo addressed to JOHN V- BMtltKTT, Publisher, SUBSCRIPTION R.V'ES. ZD f I I 1 A A k -a 5 O 3 3 S W JT S" 5" Ure J I.Wtt I 50 5 ZHt a m TM flUM Two- 1.74 4.W 7.5. . 1Q.0C JW? Three 2.5 3.50 5.( ia.M IJ.9 M Four- 3.W S 0 7J8 12.M lvt 5.M 1 Cel. 4.M C.Ol 9.M 14.M 20.0f 30 HI i Cel fi.3 8.00 12.CA lS.g 39.0 tf8 cmJ io.mI 15.oh .(h as.Goj .o! u.m " COME, THE IIEliALD OF A XOTSY WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL XATTOXS LUMliEMXG AT MY HACK." . . i VOL. 2. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY MAY 31, 1876. NoTl. ForshorUrtlmc, nt proportionate rate', '" One ineh of paee eenatitates a winare. COUNTY DIRECTO...

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. — 31 May 1876

rnTTTT' TTT7r A T T -v JOIIX I. HAKKfcTT. i:11lr. VEICi:SlAY. MYM ..1MB Cait. Dick 1'owi.kk ami A Multi- Kin, of P&ilucnh, wore among the lost n tlio explosion niul burning uf tho steamer Pat Clelnimo, near Sliawnre- .tvn last tvwk. V cosslin:i:.r.i.K fire occurred in Jtttsscllvillc last w eek, htirniuir Ai-liltys .slcain tannery. Losw alioiit 5,000 ; in Mtrancc $3,500. Tin: Vaudeville Theatre, Louisville, was consumed liy fire last Friday morning. The building, wo undcr- vtand, was insured fur about $.",000. The Kcpublican National Convex lion meets in Cincinnati on WcdneS' day, June l-llb, 1870. Tub Democratic National Conven tion meets in St. Louis on Tuesday, Juno 27 tli, 1876. Mn. V. T. Ki.t.ts, a nromincnt lawyer of Owcnslioro, lias boon chosen ' Democratic elector for this Congres sional District. Tin: National Prohibition Conven tion, which met at Cleveland, Ohio, on the 17th inst., nominated Gen. Green Clay Smith, of Frankfort, Ky., for President, and G. T. Stewart, of ...

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. — 31 May 1876

THE HERALD. IS PUBLTSIir.D EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUSING, IX Tn ToirN op HABTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, BY JOHN P. BARRETT, AT THE rlSICE OP One Dollar and Fifty rent per Year. Job work of every description done with neatness and dispatch, at city prices. We have a full line of job types, an J solicit the patronage of the business community. The pottage on errry copy J TlIB IIehaLD u prepaid at thit ojjiee. Ourtermtof tulicription are SO pertear, incariably in adcance. Should the paper tntptnd publication, from any caute, during the ycar,se icill refund the money due on eubteriptiou, or furnith eubtcri btn for the unexpired term Kith any paper of the lame price they tnuj telect. Adcertitemrntl of butineti men are tolicited; except thote of ealoou letpen 111 detilert in f toxicating liquort, which tee will not admit to our column! under any -iircumttaHcei. All communication! and contribution! for pub lication mutt be adttrctted to the Kdilor. Communication! in fyard tnadcertiuuijflud job...

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. — 31 May 1876

THE HERALD. Household and Agricultural. Foot! for Voiiiik Ii-;. The value of hkiiiiiiietl milk from tlic ilairy for il-cding young pigs lias lianliy lieen cstimatcil high enough ly the majority of farmers. Corn meal is selling now at only nltout a cent and a third per pound. Milk is sometimes climated to be worth about half a cent a pound for feeding to hogs. We have not found it worth that, and yet, if we should sell all our milk and buy meal instead, it is doubtful if the pigs would make as much pork for the mouev as if a portion of the milk had been re taincd. A dollor's worth of meal, at the above price, may feed a pig a lon ger time than the milk would have done, and yet it does not follow that the meal is, on the whole, the cheap est or the best food. Cow'a milk, after most of the cicam has been removed, seems to come very near supplying the pig with the best substitute for its natural food, while corn meal, although rich in fat and heat, is so concentrated and so want ing in ...

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. — 7 June 1876

THE ADV1CRTIS1NG IiiVXKS. One copy! mc year- , Oen ropy, fix month flne ropy, "lireo month? $ I SO , 1 0(1 :o No deduction from tlieo rates under any cireunntane;. A wc aro campelled ly lavr to pay poftnpc in advaneo on papers cnt outji.l" of Ohio roanty, wc are forced to require payment on mheriptionin advance. All p!por will ho promptly s.pped at the ejpiration of the time r uWrilird f r. All letter en business mnt ho addressed to JOHN 1" lUKRETT, I'uMislier, I Am J 5 Tk.! J.SI lo.m u.m I6.O1 20.01 MU.U is.oo IS.0O 30 (70 1.7 4.M Three 2.J0 3.0 3.5 50 r..o. . s.w TJO ' COME, THE 1IEIIAM) OF A NOISY WOULD, Till NEWS OF ALT, NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY I'.AChV Fnr- I MM 1 C..1 4.01 6.91 10 0( 8-W ll.Of Col. IH 18.0M so.mi U.ftM JO.Ort VOL. 2. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., JUNE 7, 1S76. NO. 22, For shorter time, at proportionate rate?. One ineh of tpaee constitutes a sqnare. SUUKOHIPTION KATES. HARTFORD HERALD, COUNTY DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT COUUT. Hon. Jame Stuart, Judge, OwcntWo. Hon. J. Ilaj...

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. — 7 June 1876

2 THE IIELIALI). JUJtX I IMItHs'.TT. iMitov. vlu.vi-sihv, ji;xi: ...1370. EEon. .I:uiifH . 3ifli-tt.ic. tll . . Mils geilUi'.liiail is :iiiiioii:u-ih in tin iviKMif ota- a)HT as a oaiidiilUe for I'ongfcfs Inmi this district. Mr. Me-K-ii7.ie Is rol:iMy unknown to agivnt Ay of our reader--, ami lituer wo think it proper ami right to give tlieni a short statement of his puMio service ami political lire. Mr. McICenzie was lioni ami roans I and has always lived in Christian county, licisaltout .." years old, and was elected to roprcM'iit hi county in the Legislature when hut '27 years old, and v:ls MiWipiently re clcjtetl; and during the four years' service in this iKisitioii he won for him - If quite an enviable position as a legislator and an ahle debater. When the loth Amendment was adopted it gave his county in to Republican keep ing by a huge majority; but in 1871 bis part' called ou him to make the race for Senate in the district composed of Christian and Miihlenburg, and al though...

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. — 7 June 1876

THE HERALD. IS l'UBLlSHKD EVERY WEDNESDAY MORXINO, IS TUB TllTTS OP DAWF8ED, OHIO COIiWY, KENTUCKY, BY JOHN P. BARRETT, IT THE I'KICK OP One Dollar and Fifty cents jxt Year. Jot work of every description done with nratnrss and dispatch, at city prices. Wchave a full lino of job types, and t olicit tho patronago of tho business cotuuiunlty. The plnge o enry eiyiy iJ The lltUALH it prepaid at tkit of. Our ltrt.it of Hln'rijiriuii lire I 50 jier year, iHrarialiy in adcanee. Should the fmfir ikjmu.I mJiniliW, ! any cautr9dHriny the year, we trill refund the twmry tine cw tiHteriotion, or furuith tultcri ben (or ike tineji jiiretl term teith any jmjicr vf the tame price they nay teteet. Adetrtitmteul' of limine men are talielttd; tjetpt thitte taliuiu Iteejtert and deulert in in toxicating liiBon, nhich tee trill uot admit to our eolnmnt Hnder any ireumttancet. All eommnnieattOiit and eontrihutiiintfor ml licatioH mult he ada: ueil totht Editor. Communientiant in rrqard tnnilrertitinjran...

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. — 7 June 1876

A.JLJLlli i AiliLWUUl.. Household and Agricultural. Ho Nocinblc VilU lour Cuttle. H:iid a fanner to mc, last spring: " When we were drawing manure, I stayed in the yard, because I eonld put on lieltor loads; and the cows coin menced to ivc more milk right off." Now this man is an active, industrious, intelligent, experienced farmer; and yot, .when he is piling manure in the ynrd. liis cows give a pereeptihlc in crease in their milk. "Why ? One of his handsome grade Short-horns that he i so proud of, seeing him around, goes up to him and says as plainly as a cow can sir, "(Jive me a lock of , hav," and he gives it to her. Another siys, "Mr. Steven-, don't you think that rack tvaiiLs eleanin? out ?" and ' on IKikiiig, ho finds to his surprise that there is a lot of dirt and wet hay seeds and rubbish at the bottom. He scraps it all out and rubs it clean with sumo straw, and while he is wait ing for the next wagon, he gets a little feed. and puts it in the nick, and the cows eat it 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. — 14 June 1876

SUBSCRIPTION ltATES One ropy, one Tcr $ 1 50 Ota copy, fix months 1 00 line cony, '.Oreo month! 50 Jfo deduction from thcie rates under any circumstances. As we are compelled by law to pay pottage in advance on papers sent outside ui unto county, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions in advance. All paper! will be promptly slapped at the expiration of the time subscribed for. All lettcrr on business mutt lie addressed to JOHN P- BABRKTT, Publisher. COUNTY DIRECTORY. CIP.CUIT COURT, lion. Jamca Stuart, Judge, Owensboro. lion. Js. Haycraft, Attorney, Owensboro. A. l. Morton, Clerk, Hartford. K. R. Murrell, Master Commissioner, Hartford T. J. Smith, Sheriff, Hartford. K. L. Wise, Jailer, Hartford. Court begins on the second Monday! in May and November, and continues three weeks each term. COUNTY COUUT. Hon. V. F. Gregory , Judge, Hartford. Capt. Sam. K. Coz, Clerk, Hartford. J. P. SanJerfer, Attorney, Hartford. Court begins on the first Monday In every mouth. QUARTERLY COUR...

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. — 14 June 1876

0 the lL;fM, jjt.W hi, Li srw in the ub- " ' -1 ' .rneetf tho M..:ikor vWt. Ho filled the place with dignity jjihI honor. 1 would bo Iad to sro "Me. sent to ls''MC'.nipro from thi.. district. Hp ha- , , " " " ' j done mmi' for the Demon. it io party mu. i..A. m,.nt, runor 01 n.e .May. mn aii. of ani, nV(.;V(,a fo;i 'hi UadiraKMn fir oliitv when he JOHN I 1SIKHKTT. SUUor VKINLSIAt, JUKI". U city I:u-t Mummy week, fh:irr-l with rehiring rojji-tcrcd loiter. It is state! that, he has confessed his jiiiill : Oh, it it rfr! ye, 'lip queer. That an editor or,wonl.l come in Per ii flinri' Of the ?xU of the day, Which wi hear Ilic liillm hay. .Are allotted to iione.litit -a Congressman. So tills poor needy wretch, Ul an editor which Tried to ape those so high, lias gone up to the sky Or rather he's down ami iuut bitterly murn. That he in't a lir-uxK, Wl. could tlo it anin, With eo sneaking detective' To give the corrective. Or sneak nt hi 3 heels; hut jtiM think how lie lecls. With the fiitu...

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. — 14 June 1876

U'M .X: y: j THE HERALD. IS punusiinn EVKKY WEDNESDAY MOUSING, l tiir tows or HARTFfP, OHIO CQUNIY, KENTUCKY, II V JOHN P. BARRETT, at the rnicn op One DJlar ami Fifty cent jvr Yaw Job work of every description done with rirntnr.M and dispatch. at cily imccn. U'ehate a full lino of jtriitjpc, and solicit the patronage of the business ooutmututy. Te ta$e on trery ropy of TllK UrSALTt it prepaid at ri otce, 0r term of tnbieriptton are Jl 50 jvjfar,. invariably in advance. Shontd the paper rtitjund publication, from any rauet during the yearttce trill refund the money due on nbcriptiont or furnUh nbcri hert far tht unexpired term trttk any jutjn-r of the tnme price they tnny teleet Adrertitcnent of buunett lien are toUcited; ereept toe of tafinu keeper and dealer in ti toricating Hquore, lehicK ice trill not admit to our column under any ircnmtnucc. Alt communication and contribution for pnb Ucation nwtlt addrml to the Editor. Cerrtmunicatfonti tqard toadccrti$inijtand Job trorfr fnnrt...

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. — 14 June 1876

THE IIEIl ALIX Household and Agricultural. Clour- WuW-r nntl flenu FocmI-t'ou. Hu ll) onlcr to Ikivc pure ami healthful milk :is:in artido tfliiiiiisin fiH.l, the cows must lie suiiiiliiil with clear wa tcr and food that is Uvtitule of matter in a ftate af ileconiixwtioii, and that free alo fnm all lmsimnt odors. Milk of prime quality cannot bo made liy frcding li:ilf-iecnyol aiiphs, defective potatoes and moldy food of any sort. A writer in the Farmer Adrocate states that "milk is a scavenger of the cow's Ixnly, which is a fact well im derstood lv medical authorities. We once owned a cow on one side of the face of which appeared n bony tumor, I. O CJ. T. Iro'-eUns; ol Ohio roimly Con 11-IIIIIMI oi i., Held- lit (Cosine, liy.. I'f tilny mill Snt urtlii.v, June 2d mill IUI INTO. milk was unfit for human food, for the reason that the fresh and smoking li quid smelled as offensive as the tumor, The cow was allowed to rear a calf, but the excrcmentitious matter of that young aninml emit...

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