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

AOVEKTISIKG ItV'riiH THE HARTFORD HERALD. "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK" One iqore; one jniert on y f lpa One iqaare, each additional insertion. 50 One iqnare, one year.-. . 10 00 One-fourth column pf j- , , , 30 00 a One-third column, per year 40 OS ' One half column, pr ytr ..J. SO.m' V One column, an -jr .,..,. 1D0 00 Por shorter tfme, at proportionate ratci! ! One inch of iptee cnuititatri tqnare. The matter of yearly adrertt'erornu changed" , quarterly free of charge. For farther partlcu- ' Ian, aJilrejM J.vo. P. BlIKETT Co., PnbliiWt, i af .One copjy ne Ttar - Oo Ten copiet, one yer....... ' jj Twenty copies, one year... SO 00 An additional copy, free of charge, to the getter-up of a dab of ten or twenty. Ai we ere compelled by lew to pey pottage in advance on paper tent outside of Ohio county, we are. forced to require payment on fabacriptions'in adrance. All papcn will be promptly itapped at the expiration of the time subs...

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 March 1875

THE HERALD. , and JOHN P. BARRETT, - ) JO IN' I.. CASE. r Pbopriitobs. WALLACE URUELT.E. j WALLACE GRUELLE, Editor. HARTFOHD, OHIO COUXTY", KY., WEDNESDAY MARCH 17. 1875. NEWS OF THE WEEK. H'olnro'lny, .Tfitrch o. The Texas Senate lias paused a bill repealing all laws ri-riuiriug hotels to pro cure license. It is rumored that Plymouth church has subscribed 5125,000 to defray the ex tienses of Beechers defense, and that Bowen protested againrt the appropria' tion. Owlng'to the passage of the civil-rights bill, the proprietors of the two principal hotels at Chattanooga have surrendered their licenses, and will condiictlheir estab lishments as orivate boarding-houses. The Hon. John Young Brown, of Ken tnckv. has won tbe admiration oteverv lady and gentleman in the South for his castiiration of BeaU Butler. Already fourteeo babies in Forsyth coanty,;N. C, . - i ;. navr-ueen named tor mm. Last week we noticed the presence ofmyr iads of rrassboDners in the fields around Staunton. Va. Stra...

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 March 1875

n GENERAL WILLIAMS AND OUR The last iftsne of the .0 wensboro Shield contains an'atlicie personal loathe editor of this paper which demands something more than, passing notice at our hand. "We have no personal acquaintance with the editor of. ;tha S&iefcJbut,- until the last issue of his paper, presumed him to be a gentleman. The presumption was erroneous. We shall engage inno controversy with.him. "e cannot af ford to stoop to his leveL As he is the intrument used by General "Williams to put in printu falsehood that person has been M4ailingJ)y word of mouth all J over the State, right here is about as good a time and place as may present itself to. hurl it back into his teeth. In regard to WnxiAMs' assaults upon the press at Burlington. Flemingaburg, MaysvHle,iGlasgow; and Owenton, we have the words of .the 'reporters of the Cincinnati Enquirer, Commercial, and Gaxtte, and the,elitors of the Coving ton Journal' and Covington Advertiser, Flemingsburg Jkmoanatf "Slays ville, Ea g...

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 March 1875

JLJLJJLLi JULJL2si.ViJLiJL. .2 GRICUL T URd L . One I'onncI nl Pork Prom Fonr mid a llnirPoand of Corn. Several years ugo Prof. J. B. Lmves obtained 100 pound of pork from sf v- cn bmheLi of com, or one pound of pork from four and a half pounds of corn, lhe gram was ground and moistened with water before feeding. A reader of the Herald always com uieiices fattening in the spring, at which time a bushel of corn is more valuable in its results than iu autumn, and con tinucs a regular course of feeding throughout the; season.uhe corn is ground aad ninety pounds of hot wa ter pouredioa every sixteen pounds of meal, and utter standing twelve to eighteen thours. the whole mass be comes thick feed. He finds by mens ured experiment that the value of the corn is fully" doubled by this" process, as compared with corn fed in the ear, and 50 percent, better than meal mere ly mixed with cold water. One bushel of corn thus prepared, after de ducting 10 per cent, toll for grinding, and leaving onl...

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 March 1875

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy, one year....... Ten copies, one jean...... Twenty copies', One year... ...... 9 t 00 m 17 50 30 00 JLn, additional icopy.Jree of charge, to .tie getter-np of a club of ten or twenty.) At we are compelled by law to pay postage In advance' on papri tent outside of Ohio eonnty, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions in advance. All paperi will be "promptly stepped at the expiration of the time suoecribed f- r. All letter? on business must be addressed to Jsro. P. Bibkktt 4 Co., Publishers, From. the Aldine. Tin: bouolimc. BT JOIL BEKTOX. Once, spon a golden afternoon, With radiant faces and hearts in tone, Two fond lovers, in dreaming mood, Threaded a rural solitude. Wholly happy, ;tbey only knew -That the earth was bright and the sky was blue. That light and beauty and joy and song Charmed the way as they passed along. The air was fragrant with woodland scents The squirrel frisked on the roadside fence And horering near them, "Clue, ekte, chinl...

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 March 1875

X ."V l ' THE UESALD. lull ! lIAIUlETr Joii.v l t;Asn, I'ujruiKiuB. WALLACE URUELLE iE. WALLACE GRUELLE, Emtor. HABTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY WEDNESDAY. MARCH 24. 1875. fimRr.F. Babes calk his pic Maude, because it will "come into the garden' BO. "She neglects her heart who studies aer glass." And he neglects his health who elevates his glass. "Opportunity makes the thief," says the Latin proverb. Then Radicalism must be one vast opportunity. To purchase Heaven has gold the power?" asks inquisitive Dr. Johnson. A great many people of our acquain tance seem to think it "has. Good old Burton says: "Worldly wealth is the devil's bait" Then Satan has no use for a seine. He can catch & eoul every time he flings his hook. "He that would have fine -guests, must have a fine wife " said rare old BexJonson. Yes, and some fine morn iag he would have a fine Sheriff's sale. A meddlesome, tattling woman in a community is worse than a visitation of small-pox. The latter only scars fa ces; the form...

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 March 1875

i i 3 THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, m TBI totk or HARTF6ED, OHIO COUNTY, KESICCRT, BT JOHN P. BARRETT, CO., AT THE TRICK OP g"Two Dollars a Year in Advance.SO, I . Job work of every description done with neatness and dispatch, at city prices. We bare a. full lino of job types, and solicit the patronage of the business, community. Tke pottage on erery copy of Tat Heeald it prepaid at (lit office. Our terms of .eubecription are $2 00 per gear, innariably in advance. Should tke paper tueptnd publication, from any eauee, during ike year, ice Kill refund the money due on lubmeription, or furniek enbtcri here for ike unexpired term xith any paper of the tame price (key nny select. AdttrtieemenU of hueinen men are tolieited; except tkoet of ealoon keepert and dealer! in in toxicating liquort, which we Kill not admit to our 'oolumne under any eircumetance: All communication! and coutributiont for pub lication muet be adireeeed to Ik 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 March 1875

TILE HERALD. AGRICULTURAL. JFoThe Jartford llerslJ. CULTURE OF THE GRAPE. MUBKRIV. . Diseases of tlic Urnpe. Haviuc planted, pruned and trel- lised the grape vine, we propose notic-: ing some of the- diseases to which the vine and fruit are subject. oidiuji, on mildew, .first makes, its appearance on the un der side of the leaf", resembling white mold. First seen in small spots or splotches, it gradually spreads over the whole leaf, involving the young cane and truit. Jt. spreads rather slowly over the vine, sometimes not attacking thefrait at all, but when it does, the fruit withers and dies in a few days. The fruit is always injured, if not de strayed, where the vine is much affected- Sulphur dusted on the vine while the dew is on, is recommended as a preventive or cure. Another disease less destructive to the fruit covers the berries with small musty specks, detracting more from the beauty and general appearance of the fruit than from the flavor. "We know of no remedy. Perhaps th...

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 March 1875

SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One; copy, one year T 00 Ten copies, one year............" " Twenty copies, one yer....-. ........ 30 00 An additional copy, free of charge, to the rctter-up of a club of ten or twenty. As we are compelled by law to pay postage in advance on papers tent outside of Ohio eonnty, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions in advance. All pipers will be promptly (topped at the expiration of the time subscribed fur. All letters on business must be addressed to Jo. P,BiaXTI A Co., Publishers. namI of the desert tx as uoirit- (SL.A.SS. nr w. u. toxcriixow. A handful of red cand, from this not clime Of Arab deserts brought, Within this glass becomes the spy of Time, The minister of Thought. How many weary centuries hSi H been About these deserts blown! Bow many strange vicissitudes has seen. How many histories known I Perhaps the camels of the Ishmaelita Trampled and passed it o'er, When into Egypt from Ihe patriarch's sight His favorite son they bore. Perhaps the...

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 March 1875

3 'HIE HERALD. WIS l 3RttSTf, ) jo. iv cm:'.. WAUL ACS URUELLE. j I'XorilETvES. WALLACE (JKUELLK, Editor. IIARTFOUD.OHIO COUNTY, KY., WEDNESDAY. MARCH 31. 1S75. NEWS OF THE .WEEK. Weilnedny. Jinrcli 21. A legitimist Journal of Pans asserts that a Frenchman named Bermon, editor oi the Crlist Official journal, has been captured liv the AlfonhiKta ami shot John Hiley, ged twenty-three, and John Uonahan, aged twenty-four, rest dents or South Brooklvn, quarreled yes' terday evening, and Monalmn was fatally shot, Andreas Egner, who has been on trial at Cincinnati several davs lor the murder of Schilling, or what is commonly known as the Tan-yard murder, was to day found guilty of murder in the first degree. The jury was oat about twenty hours. Dr. Moody, a physician in good stand ing in Green county, Ga., was tried last week on the charge of shooting a negro. T he jury brought in a verdict against hiui, aud lie was sentenced by Judge Bartlett, on Friday, to two years impris onment 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. — 31 March 1875

OUR KELLOGG OASBr The cause of tire Commonwealth vs, Cant. Titos. C. Jones, changed with usurping an office Avhicli he is ineligible to hold under the State Constitution, was called in the Court of Appeals on Tuesday of last week. Mr. Isaac Cai.dwkix, counsel for the defendant, asked for a delay of proceedings until next morning, to enable him to exam ine the voluminous brief of the Com' monwealth's counsel", Mr. M. C. John son, which had been filed but the day before. The Court acceded to the re quest At 11 o'clock Wednesday morn. iug, Mr. C. began his. argument, and consumed three hours and a half in its delivery. Thursday morning, Mr. Johnson delivered his argument in be half of the Commonwealth, occupying less' Atari two hours. Both pleadings were highly eulogized by those of the legal fraternity who heard them deliv ered. Jt will probably be several days before the decision of the Court is an nounced. So we don't know yet wheth er the tactics and practices of Kelloogi ism are 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. — 31 March 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICULTURAL. Point Tor Fanner. Early pasturing is a mistake. The block is made dissatisfied, and lose their appetite forjdry food. Tramping is very injurious 10 uie suit sou, which does not get over it for several years. The injury to the grass is serious. Wait until the ground is dry, and there is a full bite upon the pastures. Never pastureTa meadow in the spring. Roads axd Paths. Surface water should not be allowed to remain upon roads or paths, or in ruts. Let it of', and fill up the holes or ruts with dry earth or gravel from a bank. A dry road will stand many times as much wear as one that is- wet and muddy. For The Hartford Herald. CULTURE OFJHE GRAPE. SUMBEKV. Tliellentl'rcvonilvefor nil nUcnxe of ilictirupc Is' to plant where you can train on porches, porticos, out-buildings, or walls of any kind, when you possibly can, as nearly all varieties do well when grown in this way, and nearly every family can find enough suck places to grow a sufficiency for home use....

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 April 1875

SUBSCRIPTION JVTES- One.eorJi one jeir...-...S'............... 2 C Ten copies, one year 50 Twenty" copies, one year......... ; 3" 00 An additional copy, free of charge, to the tetter-op of a club of ten or twenty. As we are compelled by la to pay postage in advance on papers tent outside of Ohio coanty, we are forced to require payment on lubscriptions in adrance. All paperi will be promptly stspped at the expiration of the t"tne subscribed fcr.- A1I letter on business must be -tuMres-el to Jaoi P. IUhrktt & Co., Publlshtrs. ADVERTISING JIATES. THE HARTFORD T. One square, one insert on. ........ Ons square, each additional insertion." One sqnare;one year.... ........ Ono-fourth column per year... One-third column, per rear. tlV 10 00 30 00 40 00 60 00 100 00 One half column, pr year-- One column, one yenr.......- "J COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS 'OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK.' Forsborter time, at proportionate rates. One inch oTipjce constitutes a sqnare. Tb...

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 April 1875

I ccs for each member of the family. TH U: II li. A I j ). familr of six children, am some of . i who died leave families equally HBarceVlen the robbery was completed the IThe ten men will be taken in chargetfyl cuard told him not tostir from Ihe house the British Consul to-day and will besent 1 m three- hours, upon peril of his life, as home. I pome of them would remain and wateli. They then went away in an unkrovrn dt- TlmrMlnr, April I. rection. Col. D A. Nutterfield, in a personal lhe bparta (lia..) rianter lias several JOHN I' TMRKETT, JO IN L CASK, WALLACE nBBT. .LE.) Protriktobs. WALLACE (jUITELLIJ, Kihtor. llAUTi'OKD. OHIO COUNTY, KY. VBDNKSDY. A IMUt. 7. IS75 HEWS OF THE WEEK, AVofliirMlny, Mnrcli 31. TiipCmiaiiclirs at KeniotlliO have in Ihfir p n-e--ion a young American wo ninn KiibiecleJ to the moat heliums out- rises, whom they nre keeping till a large ir'iiiiiim is ottered tor her ransom. .V 111:111 bv the name of Kelly was pur wil bv a uartv of unknoivn liven and over...

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 April 1875

The Stole election Connecticut Monday tis pretty much a one-fided affair. Inoeksom., Democrat, was elected Governor over both the Repub lican and Prohibition candidates. "The Democrats also elected three out of the four Congressmen, besides retaining their supremacy in the Legislature. The same day the Democrats swept the municipal platters clean in Cincin nati and Cleveland, Ohio. Gen. Williams recruited another bolt at Bowling-Green Monday. If he doesn't uccccd in turning the Democat ic party deathly sick at the stomach before the May convention, then polit ical ipecac loses its virtue when you call it "Cerro Gordo." The honor of J. Proctor Knott's birth place belongs to Blairsville, Pa. St Louii Zbnu ,Qrect; except for the slight orthgraph ical error that Blairsville, Pa., doesn't happen to spell North-Middletown, Bourbon county, Ky. The "salary grab" stuck iu the pock ets of some Congressmen, and sticks in the craws of a good many honest voters. How would it have been liad the h...

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 April 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICULTURAL, notation ofC'rajis. Tt is evident the cmirxw of rotation of crops which arc practiced bene ficially in several urocait countries, on farina of imxlerafc sizo, and fn a elimatc favorable to the production of green crops, would not be suitable in some parts of the United .States, where the farms are of great extent,-and the climate unfavorable to the growth of green crops. Yet rotation, suitable to the M)il and climate of this country, may be arranged without difficulty. It is lietter to prevent the exhaustion of the soil than to cure it and the ex haustion may be obviated by the alter nation of unlike, crops. Iradopting the-alternation of crops man copies from nature. In the furest, wan generations of broad-Teaved trees livcnnd die and succeed each other, but Jbe time comes at last when a gen eral pestilence seems to assail them; the broad-leaved trees disappear, .and a narrow-leaved race succeeds them. A natural rotation takes place, even iu tho meadows 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 April 1875

t SUBSCIUPTION RATES- THE HARTFQSD HERALD. , - t i?;ti ( - . . rTZ ' "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." ADVERTISING HATES. .One copy, one jear................ jf 00 Ten copier, one ycr I 50 Twenty copiet, one year "u uu An additional copy, free of charge, to the retter-up of a. club of ten -or twenty. Ai we are compelled by law to pay postage In advance on ppr sent ouUido or Qbio county, we are forced to require payment on aubierJptioni In advance.- ' AH papers will be promptly tUpped at the expiration of the time tuoseribed fcr. All letUrt on tnitlneiunuit be .addrMsei.to Jao; PiUiEEKiT i Col, Publishir. One square, one insert on f j 00 One square, each additional insertion- SO One sqnare, one jcar...... ....... . . 10. 00 One-fourth column per year...... ... 31) 00 One-third column, per y ear . ...... 40 00 One half eolamn, per year 10 00' One column, one y" ,., , ,, , , 100 00 For shorter time, at proportionate rates. On ineh of s...

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 April 1875

THE HERALD. JOHN P. BARKKTT, JOHN I. CASE. WALLACE CRUKLIjK. J rnurstKToRS. WALLACE KRUELLE. Kihtor. iiaiitfokd, oino corxTV, kv., DAY. APIIIL 14. 175. SELF-DEFENSE. CV1. NtoiIlnr.l Joliiwlon. In HrirlIliiK J-ru William I.rlnir AwinlK npon tl int. In f'o'iipfllcxl l Mrlp llio I.lon Nklu rrnas Vf Nolny Jf .nlsmTT ti A 1'ivHljr i'irlnroriiMiiiiiiIlro iih N-ru In lhr Iiittwrllal IlnM or IIIx lory Jo-limlvn'MNprrrli. Delivered nl ,.... 1 1 j: ..ii am M fi fi tl ;l V- Atirll . itfl Nuiiveuientl- Itrprnlcd nl Hop- klitoviiir. Peixow citizrns I appear before ou trt-lnv Inilefrrencf toaceiisenfihity which I f-rl" that I o.te no le-s to my own eflf- nwtwrt tlmn t mv frienils Iiere unci il.nm .limit ilie State. Mv name lia- before the Dcni-icralic parr of Ken Itlr.kv ns a candidate lor the Giibtrnatori I .Kimin.ition for more than ft year. Without anr intimation of such intention, nnil whollv without anr suggestion from ir rtnimultMtiou with me. or any of my friends, my name waa precented as ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 14 April 1875

THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, IS TBK TOW or HAMFQUD, OHIO COUNTY, KENICCKY, BT JOHN P. BARRETT.& CO., AT Til PRICE OP JBT T too Dollars a Year in AdcanccT& Job work or every description done with neatness and dispatch, at city pricef. We have a fall line of job types, and solicit the patronage of the business community. Itnilroad Time-Table. Tho down train for Padacah leaves Louis ville, daily except Sunday at 8:30 a. m.and ar rives at Horse Branch at 1:55 p. m. Rosine at 2-05 Elm Lick at 2.15 " Beaver Dam at 2:30 " Hamilton's at 2:40 " McIIenry'i at SAi " Rockportat 2:58 " Arriving at Padncah at 8:58 " Tbe np train for Louisville leaves Padacah daily except Ennday at 4 a. m. and arrives a Roekpbrt at 8:45 a. m. McHcnry'i at 9:58 Hamilton's at 10:02 " Beavor Dam at 10:10 " Elm Lick at 10:25 " Rosine at 10:35 - Horse Branch at 10.45 " Arriving at Louisville at 4:45 p. m. Hartford is connected with the railroad at Beaver Dam by stag line twice a day. These ...

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 April 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICVL TU'R.IL. CONSTITUTION Ol'tlir Xiilioaal ;nttK'si" Kj isoil unci H'orrorleil hy tlie 'Iccshii; "I" tae Anlioiial iiraiiRc itl I'imrle.s t hi; Koulli Carolina, at Ihrir nebular Convention, in IVbrun rj; 175. "Hunian liimpincss U the w l nc acme 01 n eartlilv aniliitioii. I Individual liappi- ness depends 111111 general prosperity. T lie jnwiKiitv of a nation is in pro norlicm To the " value of its prodtic t ma. The soil is the source from whence we derive all that constitutes wealth; without it we would have no agricul tareno manufactures, no commerce. All of the material gifts of the Creator, the various, productions of the vegeta ble wprld are of the first importance. The art of agriculture is the parent, and precursor of all arts," and its pro ducts "the foundation of all wealth. " The productions of the earth are subject to the influence of natural laws, invariable and indisputable; the amount produced will consequently be in pro jwrtion to the "intelligence of...

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