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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 21 June 1876

SUBKCHTPTION HATES- Onct copy, one year. S 1 50 Oen copy, fix months 1 0U One copy, ;hroo months 50 Xo deduction from theso rates under ny circumstances. A I we nr cnmpelleil ly law to pay postage in advance on papers sent outsido of Ohio oun ty, m aro forced to require payment on stilx'triptions in advance. All. papers will lo promptly slapped at the oxpiration of the timo subscribed fur. All letters on business must bo addressed to JOHN BAUKKTT, Publisher, THE ERALD. Odo.. Two. Thre Fonr ? 1.0IH$ l-50i 1$ 2Jr s e . 7 l&.tN fl.kO 1 5.1.0 1 2M 4.0v 7.J lt. I2.H 1I.M 18.01 2J 3.M ! 6.91 10 or 3.H 5.A "i" COME, THE HERALD OF A XOISY WORLD, THE XEWS OF ALL XATIOXS LDMIiERIXG AT 3fY IiACKL" 5-0 7J 1 Col. 1 CoU t CoL G.Ot 3.00 15.00 12.011 SO.OtHM io.tiiJoo 20.091 VOL. 2. HABTFOKD, OHJO COUNTY, KY JUNE 21, 1876. NO. 24. 35.rx to For shorter timo, at pro port innate rates. Ono ineh of spare constitutes a sqnarr. HARTFORD H COUNTY DIRECTORY. ClUCUIT COURT. Tton. J tines Stuart, Judge, ...

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. — 21 June 1876

THE HERALD. JWIX E It.lUKKTT. Kililor. vi:i)xi:sday, jit.i::i. Tin ttciuililirini Xoininrcs. Tin National KqiuMican Conven tion lu'lil at Cincinnati, on Wwlnos tl:ty, Tlitiralny ami Kt May of lat week, after an exciting ballot, liontinatetl lu 15. Hayes, of Ohio, lor I'nvitlcnt and Win. A. Wheeler, of New York, for Vice I'nyidciit. The Now York World j-ives the following sketch of the history of their lives: i:CTi:ui)roni) 11. h.vyim. lhrcn times oleetod governor anil twico a congressman, r. Hayes lias never yet earned cither State or tlis tnet liy a heavy majority. A native of Ohio, Mr. Hayes trained his nc:v domical education within the limits of that State, commanded an Ohio regi wont dnrinir the war and lias ikksciI his entire life at the liar of the State. lie is now iiftv-four years old. havinir lecn Imrneil at Delaware, O , Octolier J, lie graduated at kcnyoti follix'e, (iamliier, O., and obtained his limfe ional education at the Cam bridge Law School. The jiraeticc of proics...

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. — 21 June 1876

THE HERALD. IS l'UULISIIKD EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUSING IX Tn TOTTS OP llAETFOED, OHIO COUSTV, KEXTLCKV, BT JOHN P. BARRETT, IT THE THICK Of One Dollttr and Fifty cent ;xr Y(tr. Job work of every description done with neatness and dispatch, at city jrici. Vebve a fnllline of job types, and solicit the patronago of the business couimuniiv. Tneymtage on trtry copy of The Herald i vretnid at thit efiicc Our term, of hubtcription are $1 50 per yearl ittmriuUv in adcanee Skould the paper tutptnd publication, from any cause, aunny Mf yntr,ice uut riyunn in ihh due on tubtcrintion, or furnieh tubtcri ten for te unexpired tern with utty pajter of lac tane price they May teiccu Advertisement of butinctt rten art tolicited, except thoee vf enloon ketltcrt and dealert in Itrieatinj liquor; uieh we will not admit to our riHMMttf under any urcuMitanccc. All communication! and contribution! for pub' licatton unit It addmttd to the Lditor. Comuunieitiontinrcgardttadcerti$inff,and job mrk muttbe addrett...

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. — 21 June 1876

TIIEITERALD Household and Agricultural. Iiuiiau Corn as a 1'ooii. i Indian corn i one of the most im- j portant and healthful aitiolos of lni- J man food that a lxmirieent Providence j ha bcloucd upon man ; and to its bi"h nutritive value is due in a large n degree the strength and vigor of the race of men who laid the fouud.Uions of this republic It va imicli more largely used fifty or 100 year ago than now, as fine wheat flour, for miiiic not well-founded rca-on, has usurped its place in broad-making, hi; of this city, an independent paper lite several forms, however, of hulled j with Republican proclivities, says in com, popped corn, hominy, sump,corn- U(S ineof yesterday that "Governor starch, maizona, etc., vast quantities are consumed by all classes of people. Meal from Indian corn contains more than four time as much oleagi nous matter than wheat flour, more .starch and nearlv as much nitrogenous material ; consequently in all cold cli mates it is admirably adapted to sus tai...

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. — 28 June 1876

SimsCKll'TlON' ISATliS. One copy, one yesr. S I M Oen copy, ix month" 1 0" One copy, -hrco month 50 No deduction"! from thcio rates under tn; cirrmiiitaric:". A. we aro compelled liy law tu pay iula;;e in adranco iu jtip'ri tent utiUido vfJJIiiv county, w "re forced to rrqulnj payment' tin ulifcriptionsin advance. All pr will bo jinmptlr Uipcd -it tlio cipirMion of tho.tlmr fulirilied for. All letter on tiii'tnoaa Iiiiutbe nddrejjcd to JOHN 1" lUIUtUTT. 1'ubllnlnT. I'lonri-N. Heautlfttl Flowers! wlicrcvcr jro bloom Willi vour sotVtmtcil leaves ami your fra grant perfume ; AVhctlur ti Sjiritig ye come from the groitiul. Or when Autumn scatters tier ilea.il leaves nrqitml ; Whether tn cottage or palnce yc ilwcll, Beautiful Flowers ! I love yc well. Heboid a young girl, in lirr mirthful play Laughing the Fionpf of cliiMliooil nwny. Tlreiiglit wiml8"are waving her sunny hair, n n And her voice is awcttin the silent air; While her fair hamla arc twinins, from .Summer bowcra, Wihl bloomin...

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. — 28 June 1876

THE HERALD. JOIIX 1. UAKKKTT, Editor. WKDSIEfiDAY, JUNK 18... lft. The Democratic Natiunal Con von lion, (o nominnto candidates for Prcsi- Vit, and Vice President, 'J now in (virion at Bt. TiOiib), and next week we will Ihi alilo to lly tho Democratic I'rwidcnUal flag from our mast head. Kallj ono and all, around the old laii ncr, that Plianix like mibt eprinj' to n-ncwwl life from the ashes of its own iesl ruction, giving us once more a free and happy country. GeskkalCampanha, who accom panied tho First Napoleon in his dis xstrotia lltissian campmim, dicil at Lisbon on tlio2d.,inst. Col. J. C. Nom.K, of the Padueali Herald, proposes to sell out n half, or one third intrcst in his paper; as the growing circulation of tho Herald im poses duties that ono man cannot pos sibly attend to alone. If the Henderson News man would give that O' Shaw a good dose of saw- dust, and wrap him up in n wet blank et over night, we think it would make a permeaant cure. Ho has got them "bad". Boston has...

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. — 28 June 1876

s THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUSING IX Till TUWX OP mm oiio couxtf, kbntuckv, BT JOHN P. BARRETT, AT TUB rsics or One Dollar and Fifty cents jxt lair. Job work of every description dons with nfiMnrti and dispatch, at city price. Wo hare fall line ofjob types, and solieltthe patronage of the business community. Tkt pottaet on rrjr copy of Tna Herald it prepaid at lAit office. Our term, of enlecription are $1 50 per year, inrxriably i advance. Slould t paper eneptnd publication, from any cauee, dnriny lie ytar,M icill refund the money due an tubwiption. or fnrnitk eubtcri- here for Ike unexpired term teitk any paper of tke mm price they may eclect. Adcerlitcmente of (hi'hii men are tolicitcd; erceuttkon at eoloou ieevcre and dealer, in f- toricatiny liquor,, vkiek tee Kill Nut admit to our rNMNl under any eircnrnttancee. All communication' and contribution for pub licntiem umI he addrt$eed to lie Editor. Communication! in regard to aircrtitingpnd Job trork mutt Of adarc...

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. — 28 June 1876

THE HERALD. Household and Agricultural. Horse .TlnitiiRCiiiciit. I'ndwlily there is no animal more vaj;acioiM or more tractable and easily tanuht, uhni quite young, than a colt. Itaiiing this fact in mind, it should l)c the aim of all those engaged in linn-c-brcctling, rillicr for the general market or for llic purpose of improv ing certain i-trains of blood, to com mence. llHrcducaton. so tosncnk, of the young loal as soon as ikhmMc. Foals ttuinot lw accustomed toIc handled any too soon, and if taken well in band be fore they reach such an age as to make strong rixNtenec, the lesions impressed iijwn their mind will never lie lorgot ti'ii, anil much future vexation and trouble will thereby lc avoided. Some noted hono-mcn and breeders com mence the education of the young foal when it i.s but two or three days old. At first sight this would seem to be carrying things a little too far; but nevertheless such ia n fact, and we have the written testimony of experi enced breeders, in regar...

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. — 5 July 1876

- , . : s r r 1 i SUBSCRIPTION RATKS. Ont eojiy, one ycnr- ? 1 50 Orn copy, fix mnnllis 1 One cujiy, -hrco month" SO No deduction from tlicso rates under any circamttanetf. An wo are cnrapelled liy Uw to pay poftac in ndranco tin j)ar fent outside of ! iunty, wo are furred to roquiro payment on f ulixriptionsin advanee. All paper will lo promptly stsnped at the expiration of (lie tine ruliscribed fur. All letter on liuiiirs iniiftlio addrrrfed to JOHN r- UARURtT, PaMishiT. Udu I MO 5-UO Two. TI.o 1.71 2J 3.50 '4.0U 7Jt 2.50 5.80 10.00 ' com:, the herald of a noisy world, the news of all nas lumbering at my hack. Four- 3.00; 1.0OI 500 7Jln 12. CO ICO0I2O.OU lO.OsjlO.OO 30.OOJ50.00 50JK198 i Col fi.fH 8,00 8.00 l2.no 14.011 i Col I C-A. 0.00) 10.001 18.00 :5.0C 20.001 35.00 VOL. 2. HARTFORD,- OHIO COUNTY, KY., JULY 5, 1876. NO. 26. Forshortertime, atprtportinnateratej. One inch ot ipaeo conMitutes a square. 1 " ' - . .AX"V32ri'.rJS120 IlVTES. . THE HARTFORD HERALD, mmr lu.ooi I5.ro ir...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 5 July 1876

2 THE HERALD. .lonx i. iMitieirrr. i:iiior. "Vi:iKSt)AY, JULY i.. ,IS7l. PKM0C1UTIO ltKKOIOl TIl'KET. We don't iiool any rooster In crow lieu such iiamt"- the I'lIIoniiig iltv mill' our Ion-top : I'or Preside tit. SAMUEL J. TILDEN, r Xmv York. I'orVIcv I'rc-sltiriit. THOS. A. HENDRICKS. orindinnu. OiiclIiiiHlrrd 1 cars ami uDuy. To-day issues in the second Centen nial of our National existence. This lay me htiudrcil years ago the original thirteen colonies liaJ proclaimed to the world their hatred of kingly tyranny, and declared the ties that formerly bound them to the mother country in dissolubly dissolved. The l'rt-nch Revolution, although Iwrn in blood and rapine, had dissemi nated ideas throughout the rest of Kti rope that causal the tyraiits of royalty to tremble for that power which they' pretended eminated ahne from Gixl and not from the will of t ho -people These ideas propagated by' 'the French Republic soon found a homo in the hearts of the hardv, libertv-loving colonists ...

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. — 5 July 1876

r: I. I t I THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVEUY WKDXHSDAY MOKXIXG, t II THE TOWS OP HAETMD, OHIO COUXTV, KENTUCKY, Br JOHN P. BARRETT, AT THE TRICE OP One Dollar and Fifty cents jkt Year. Job work or every description done with neatness and dispatch, at city prices. We have a full line of job types, and solicit the patronage of the bufines i community. The otaje c every copy of The IIeraLD it prepaid at tkU ojfiee. Our term of Httcnptton are $1 50 per year, invariably in adraneei Skould tk paper autpind pHttieatian, from any ctlut9 during the year,we trill refund tk money dit on inscription, or furnih frri-ix-rt for th nnexpired tern teith uny mjxr vf the ime price they may select. AdrertUement vf huine wen ar tali cited; xceptta aloon ietpert and dealer in in tnrieating liquor, irKcA rt will nut admit to nr coiMNf under any ireumrta.ner. Alt communication and ntntrihvtion for pub lication mutt I addrctl to the Kditor. Communication in ttqard tadrrtitnt.nd jtb trork mutt be addreed a the...

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. — 5 July 1876

KM JLV111II LWLL." 'U "JHUJ.l,n".L.,.,S,l3Jr! THE HERALD. Household and Agricultural. The Cow. A "man that will starve or abuse such a mild, beautiful, forbearing ani mal a3 a cow, la fit only for the loneli ness of the tlcscrt. Even when she U kicked and sworn tit, and half fed, nnil, when maternal affection in most strong, wc take from her, her first bom, that she would like to lick and ramble about the green pastures with, so that wo might make from lier yield of milk, still turns up her mild eye in calm resignation, and goes uncomplain ing to her HKr and rlovcnly shelter, without a murmur or a look of re proach. What human beast would Kiibmit uncomplainingly to such a fate ? tVe always rejoice when the time comes to let the cows run on the pasture. It in less trouble to take care of them, and, as a general rule, they do better on grass, which eccnis to bo their nat urafTc?,ktiian on dry hay. Besides, wc like to see them apparently enjoy ing themselves, as they do. "Wo do not pri...

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. — 12 July 1876

SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One cony, ono year. ...........$ 1 SO Ocn copy, fix montln......... 1 00 Ono copy, three rngntln.... ........... ...... CO No doilaction from theso rates tinder any circatjjjtnnces.- r j AiVo-ore-fhipfllecl by law to pay pottage in ndronco' ufi rmpra rent outsitlo of Ohio .county, wb aro lorccu to require payment on 'fubscriptlonsin advance. All paper vf ill lie promptly (topped at tho expiration or tbe time tuuscribcu lur. All letter; on buitncrs must bo addressed to J01IX V- IIAHKETT. Publisher. A Country School. Pretty ami pale and tircJ, She si Ih in her stiff-backed chair, While the blazing summer sun Shines on her no(t brown hair; .Ami the tin v brook without. That 6he hears througli the open door, Mocks with Us inurmiir cool liar J benches and dusty tloor. tl seems ettch an endless round (J rammer and A, B. C, The blackboard and the bums; Thefctudied geography When from teacher to little Jem Not one of them cares a btraw, Whether "John" is any "case". Or K...

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. — 12 July 1876

THE HERALD. JOlfK S. MAiSHiriT, ttlllnr. ViI'.ISlKlAV, JULY IS .1876. DEMOHUaTIU JtKrOItM TICKET. l-'or E'rcsltlent. SAMUEL J. TILBEN, Ol" fltow Yorli. For Vice PrcKlcIonl. THOS. A. HENDRICKS orinrttnnn. The RRflifr'nlitm KIccIImr. The Tildcn and Jlcndricka ratificn lion meeting wcs hold at the courthouse hero hrt Fattintay. On account of lite FplenrtM fanniug weather of Iho jiost week tlic attcr.danco was much smaller titan it otherwise uould have lcn, Jmt the proceedings had the true honest ring of the genuine Simon pure metal, and what it lacked in numbers it rondo up in the amount of cnthusi" iisin and old-time hvyally displax'ed by llio iKulieipants. Tlic morting was called U order by Dr. Tyler Grifliu, wliui It. J). Cooper waa cha'cu Cliair man with Henry Ballzcll as Secretary. Mr. Cooper, in a few brief and pointed remarks, thanked the meeting for tho iionor conferred upon him, and called on all true demosrala to Eland by the old lttnner of Democracy, and amid rounds of appla...

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. — 12 July 1876

3 THE HERALD. is iHiiiusnui) EVKIIY WEDNESDAY MOKXING, IX TUC ToTTX OP liAli!F05!, OHIO COli.WV, KHMUCKV, BV .JOHN P. BARRETT, AT THE rCICCOl" Vac Dollar nnd "Tty roils per Yair. J i.li work uf every description Jc.no wltli nratnrKS anddifpatcli,atcity prices. Webavo n lul 1 1 ina f job typos, ami solicit the patronage of the business community. Tie m trrrg copy Tun Herald t't ftrrftnid ill till office. Our tin Wr fplioa arc J 1 CO jwr year, inroriohty in I'fmnw. .V4nM lr r K'yKii'I jwiiruliea, from uirny raN, ilnrimg tie trir, c Kill refantl the , y i( u MtxcnfiiioH, ur rnuk &crt Iter for tie nHcrpircd term trill tiny Jnjm r " 1 Jtriee lit if milif nr-lect. Aitrerti'ri' nit lm.!cit mm ore nofeiferf ci"rtlt.e " afl JL-trrr itd tlenltr tn in t'iricti2 irnart, irAtVa kc will not utlmti to onr ivfawm vender ajty ti'mMi finrr. A -m in kp. ivtltom ami ciiMlrilmltoii for inL linitm tit! vff'rrt:a' lo lie Eililor. OliwitlimieiitiuMtiMteytirtl tonileertltingtandjoh frmi tsiHtbc mhlrewei...

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. — 12 July 1876

9- THE HERALD. ItulcM Tor Farming. la the course of his business transac tions this past winter, Mr. Popinjay, of Fulton, l)ecanio possessed of n. small farm, and this spring, feeling that he was likely to he without business through the summer, made up his mind to cam- it on himself. II is ex perience as a fanner has been brief, but ho'll have no trouble at all, for ho has been injuring nil about it of his friends, and the information that they gave him, and which ho carao in and got printed yesterday afternoon, he is going to lack on tho barn door, whero he can consult it whenever he feels at all doubtful as to the method to pursue. The following are a few of the Items: To milk a cow tie her tail to a man ger ; get a small bag to hang on her head ; then put a clothes-pin on each teat; and go about your other chores until tho pail is full. Take your com to tho mill; never take it in a liquid state, for it interfere with plowing. Always keep a largo flock of sheep on hand; their ski...

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. — 19 July 1876

SUBSCRIPTION HATES- One copy, one year- 3 I 50 Den copy, tlx month I 00 One copy, vbrco mouth! 50 No deduction from tUcso rsUs under any circumftanc.-f. Aiweare eempcllcj by law to pay postage in advaneo on papyri sent outside of Ohio county, we are forced to require payment on cubteriptionsin ad ranee. All paper will bo promptly slapped at the expiration of the time cubseribed fur. All letters on buitnesa muntbc addressed to JOHN P- 11 AUKETT, Publisher, THE HARTFORD HERALD. "7 COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." ADVERTIHING RATES. tji N W Ck re o a 3 r? c- o- Ono i I .Oil $ 1 50 2.5U $ 5 ot- 4 7.4M:l.ui Tno. 1.7 2.51- 4.M 7.5 10-0 I5.MI Three 2.50 3.50 5.00 jo.ftf. 15.0o 13.00 Four- 3.00 5 On 7Jju 12.00 lC.Of 20.CO I Col. 4.00 8.0t 8.00 1-1.00 20.00 30.0.4 I CoL 8.00 8.00 1 2.00 13.0C 7.0.00 50.00 j Col- 10 00 15.00 20.00 3j.CiO 50.00 0 09 VOL. 2. HABTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., JULY 19, 1876. NO. 28. FoMhorter tlrae, .itproportiontrate. 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. — 19 July 1876

THE HERALD. JOII.V l IlAKKIiTT. Cfliinr. WEINli:AY, JULY in 1S7(S. ih:moci:atic hkioiui tickkt. n'R rui:Mii:xr, SAMUEL J. TILDEX, or xi:w yokk. ron vicn president, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, or INDIANA. ron siiKKirr or oiuo county, CHARLES W. rniLLIPS. Miss Tkxmi: Poir.i:. nil! le:io accept the cordial tli.Tik- nf ourrdf anil earn qxva for tho ox-qtii-ifo rmuqtiot jent us liy her hand ; the liosli many tinted libssoms of which seem jut ki.otl into life and bcauly hy the Flo ral Godded. Its inciting influence we notice too has sunk not onlv into our own grateful souls but reached nway out lo the home of the fairy humming bird ami decoyed that daintiest of epi cures to our window where he in now pipping the nectar from the blue and golden cups that blend together un derneath his fluttering wings. Thanks again to the fair donor of our flowers ! May her sunny young brow be CYcr as free from care as now, and her life as radiant with light and love, as her sweet gift is full of fragrance and be...

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. — 19 July 1876

2 THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUSING, IN THU TOWN OP HAKTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCRT, FT JOHN P. BARRETT, AT Til TRICI PP One Dollar and Fifty cent prr loir Jnli work of cvcrv description done with nnlDMi and.lispatih.ateity prices. We have a full line of job typi-s.anj rolicit the patronage of the buiincss coaimuntty. The pontage oh ere ry e ojty of The Herald is ftrrjuid i( thi ojficc. Our term' of nl'.rn'ifio orejl 50 per year, inrarialty in adranrc, SSlnnld lie ixi.tr tntmnit iimMiVrIiaii, from any ram', during tie year,Ke vill nfmd the money due on iHbcriptiwt, or fumiih tulteri lert for lie unexpired term mi it any pxtper of the tame price tWy may eelerl. AdrertimenU of buiine,, men are ealieitetl; eieehtthwe of mho terpen and dealere i ih- VjtimUitg lianort, trhieh ire will not admit to our nihmi Muter any :ireunulaiieee. All cowmtmVnliom and coutrihutlaHffor pub' lieotiu innithe ad'lr.ieed to the Editor t'ommunieathniint'eard loadrertitina,andjol iraris ttuttbe...

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. — 19 July 1876

THE HERALD. Murlt Twhiii, An uia Editor of a I'lr.;.4.'lRRM Auric ult II nil l'nprr. From Sketches of Mark Twain. The editor was looking Fad, mul per jilcxeil, nml dejected. lie surveyed Hie wreck which that oM rioter nml these two young farmers had made, and then said : "This is a fail business a very sad business. There is the mucilage liotlle hreken, and six panes of glass, and a spittoon, and two candlestick?. But that is not the worst. The reputation of the pa per is injured permanently, I fear. True, there never was such a call for the paper before, and itucversold such a large edition, or soared to such celeh rily ; hut docs one want to he famous for lunacy, and prosper upon the in firmities of his mind ? My friend, as I am au honest man, the street out here is full of people, and others arc roosting on the fence, waiting to get a glimpse of you, because they think you arc cra zy. And well they might after read ing your editorials. They arc a dis graco to journalism. Why, wha...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
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