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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 21 April 1875

SUBSCRIPTION HiVTES- Oaa eopy, one jtir-.- , 99 Ten copies, one year ... II 50 Twenty copies, on jre 38 00 An' addition J copy? 'free of charge, to the rttler-np or a club of ten or twenty. , Ai we are compelled by law to pay postage In adrance' on 'paper sent, outside of Ohio eonnty, we are forced to reqoira payment on subscriptions I n adranee. All paper will be promptly slapped at the expiration of the time subscribed for. All letters on boilneti smstbe addressed to Jaoi P. BitxxrcA Co., FnWlshiirs, KOXTE CASSIXO, f BTXBT W. fcOSOrtlAOW. Beaullfol valley, through wboe Verdant meads Unheard the Garigltano glides along, The LIr, none of rushes and of reeds, The rlvef Ucitnrn of elaiiU aong! , The fcan4 of labori and the Land of Best. Where mediajvla towne are white oh all The hlll-eldet, arid where every mountain cm t 'Ii an Etrurian or a Roman wall! There is Alagna, wVre Pope Sonifaee Wai dragged with contumely from hit throne, Eeiarra Colonna, wai that day's disgrace The Pontiff!...

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 April 1875

THE HERALD. JOHN PBARRBTT," T JOHN L. CASE, I PaoraiMOM. WALLACE QROBLLE. J WALLACE GRUELLE, Editor. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 21, 1875. Wednesday, April 14. An explosion of a boiler yesterday morning in the gingham mills, at South Atl.imti, Mass., killed three men and fa mily hurt "two others: The Spanish official dispatches of the 12th instant, report the defeat of the Carlists at Talosa, with 100 killed. The grocery store of Alden Thayer, at Canton, Maes, was destroyed by1 fire yesterday. Mr. G. W. Dinsmore and I'aniily.who occupied rooms orer the store, were burned to drath A dispatch from Vineyard Haven, Mass . say the resilience of fhilander f . Clifford was burned reslerdsy, and his sick wile, being unable to leave her room, perished. An unknown man was yesterday run over and killed by the cars near Union depot, at Indianapolis. At the time of the accident the deceased was walking on the Union track, and, although warned by the brakesman, be either did not ...

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 April 1875

3 ,18 tTOBtHMD ' -I EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, ' liiTHt'TeiriioP , y ' ' BY JOHN.E. BARRETT & CO., -5riw'iefeo YearkJivcavx." AT TBI f ttd Of Jobiwerk-of , dnniaUoiiTdao. with' eataeM andd b. At city prices. We hare a full line of Job, i . aadAfllicUlbt Dalronare OI UI UMIILII I KfcUrOsttX Tisae-Tablc. The down train for Fadacab leaves Louis ville, daily exeepTSunday at 6:30 a. nLAnd ar rives at Horn Branch at ' Roilna at Sla Lick at Bearer Dam at Hamilton's at MeKeary's at i i Koeknort At p. 2:05 2.-15 2:S0 2:40 2:4 ' HE H rWHWl SM O.tSO I 8:S8' Tbe op tin for LopisTnie leAres PAdaeah dally w ranaaTa a m. ana nl Roekiiort MeHeary't At , 9:58 Hasiltsiit At io:UZ EroT Dam at 10:10 IlalWcAt ' . 10:25 Rortneat r . ' . Horn Branch At' ."" 10.45 ArriTinr At LonlitilU At 4:43 p. m Hartford I connected, with the railroad at' Beartr Dam by stage line twice a day, These trains connect with EUaabetbtown at Oecetian: with Owessboro At Owensboro Junction, and with-XrantvlUe. Henderson and I n...

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 April 1875

9 u. I 3"! THE HERALD. jIGRICULI URAL. Tot The Hartford Herald. CULTURE OFTHE GRAPE. XTMlltllTII. What Co do With Yonr G rape. attkcm. Yes,morninguoon,nnd alpht, and a few between times. You will have a better appetite for your reg ular meals, and sleep sounder and bet ter of night?; and" I should not wonder if you were more cheerful and happy, with more elevated feelings and eentl aieiits,. less inclined to narrow and sel fish motives; and while enjoying and appreciating the happy effects you will want your neighbors and friends to.be happy tot, aad will distribute the luscious fruit around liberally, espe cially among your children, editors, printers, and preachers. It may become a Utile monotonous in disposing of them in this way. If E6' 70Q a wide plank and put it in a cool room, of low and evea tempera ture, and place the bunches side by fide, with as much of the wood to them as "you can conveniently, for .fall and early winter use, provided you have anyof the following varieti...

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 April 1875

-ADVEHTISIN'O HATES, THE HARTFORD HERALD. One eqaare, ene Inurt on- One square, each additional Insertion. I 0 50 One copy, one y eir ... Ten copies, one year- .... S 00 ...... 17 0 SO 00 una fqaareone year..,. One-fourth column peryear., 10 0 30 00 40 .09 m oa 100 00 Twenty copies, on year.. An additional eopy. free of charge, to tie une-tnira comma, cer vear, rttr-np of a dab of tin or twenty. As we tn compelled by liw to pay postage in id?un on papere sent outside of Ohio eosnty, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions in advance. All papers will be promptly sUnped at the expiration of the time tnbicribed for. Ail letter! on business Bust be addressed to Jao. P. Bikkktt A Co., Publishers, une nair column, pryear. One column, one year. "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK" For shorter time, at proportionate rate. One inch of space constitutes a iqnare. Tbe matter of vearlr advert Isementi ehanred VOL. 1. HABTFOBD, OHIO COUNTY...

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 April 1875

THE, ELERAXJ). "VltirxT.TrAnuirr'r. ,,jn;i.rY..rSK".- r v a LT..CE-mrqgM,Ef7 - Prot-nrnToss. U . KTFOKOnil IO COUXT Y -KY1. , 'A -i . CIVIL AXD jriklTAltr CAJiPJSIjt ,. -iWi IX$T(IUPTJVJ2. IJLISTQRYl OF A POniTIGAI. DEAD-WEAK '"Til the follqwuijrfcrteclc w sliall eii: dcavoritoluse sighi-of the fa9ttI1.1t the subject ofit has wiginatoil and pit in tircutitioiij ull lie :State qvcr. about as, one of tbei basest falsehoods, -ever joincd'Jnihc mint ofliuhiah iiralerul-ciiceiiK,- that we, , dieted, A01" the army hirmg;the' war and fled to Can- Ilij 'a .Wjirj Aye cou.-frrf cd with Vfcbels lluh-e cwanliceunpelledthcm .toseek bbtih',a:foreigh laird: .'We propose to rex-iejviiLimbiiiaxccr cnlmTy and dispassiinately, diveting'oarself of erery' feeling of private -aiid personal resentment, as becomes ,oue who is writing history: 3'-''rciiii iu,cc6i6 confiscation," ,AY illiams liastold itwery where that his'devo'tion to the Confederate cause, ahpii&reYlc .qf.Uic 3va'rf'.cp tluni $200,000;....

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 April 1875

2, IS PUBLISHED lARTFOBD, OHIO G0U5TT, KENTUCKY, l A . -'.irftyO.rtv' A ujut niccoi , neatness and dispatch, It city price. We bare full line or job types, and. solicit the patronage of the business community. rr ; . i i , , Itailroml JTliiiO-Table. .-.'V Id.' ;TTi I The down train for Padueah loves Louis ville, fli3y exceptSunday at 8:30 a.'. mihoVar rives at Horse Branch at - - Roiine at 1:55 p. m. 2.-0S " 2.15 " 2:3(1 if , '2:'40 'tiH " 2:58 " Elm Lick at -I Hamilton a at McHenry'1 itf - - Kockport&t Arrivine at Padncah at 6:58 " ine op iram ior-Jvonisviiie imto raaucao Sally except Eun-dayaWa.- m. and'arriVes'a,1 Rorfrnort U- '- .?" 8:45 . fi; McHcnryVat' : " ' ' 9:58"'"'. Hamilton" at-' Be'tTor Dam at Erm Wck'at -Rdslneat' Hone Branch al 10:tJ 10:10 10:25 10:S5 10.45 Arriving at Louisville at 4:45 p. m. Hartford Kconnectea itHVtlie Railroad "at" BeWfIrim"Vrrc1tfie fwfcS.Vd.y. IV Tbwe'-tfsfcis eWneerrffTJlKatthtpi'jrtr Ceiefar;, 'with" TJweJrsbdrV 'at TOwensboro J6hcfon,ano?...

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 April 1875

JHFHERALP. AGRIGU L TUBAL. Profit ia Cows. There are but few farmers who .fully realize the true value of a good cow well kept. As a general practice three cows do not produce aa much milk, butter or cheese as one would if treated rightly and proper. No account is kept of the amount of milk or butter produced by each cow in the year. The farmer with his cows U in the same cituation as he is with the balance of his firm. He keeps no account and knows nothing about his business. Two hundred and fifty pounds of but ter per cow per year is not a large yield, yet there are aa ore that do not produce more than half that amount thaatbfcre is that exceeds one half. There is no poorer policy than starving and freezing a milk cow. There can be no more improvidence in any branch of agriculture than half starving and exposing to the storms of winter the cow that is expected to furnish the family, with milk, butter and groceries. We have seen this spring from three to five cows staggering about ...

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 May 1875

SUBSCRIPTION KATES- THE HARTFORD HERALD. .T . . , One square, one insert on.... -....J One sq,care,'en additional insertion. 1 00 M 10 00 30 00 40 00 60 00 I One copy, one year-....- - I CO Ten copies, one year. -...... 17 SO une square, one year. Twenty copies, one J ear iv uv One-fourth column per year...... An additional copy, free of charge, to th .One-third column, per year-. I gctter-up or a elub of Un or twenty. One-naif column, per yeu. As we are compelled by law to pay postage a advance on pap-rs sent outsMe of Ohio One column, one year- 100 00 For shorter time, at proportionate rates. One inch of space constitutes a sqnare. The matter of yearly advertisements changed quarterly free of charge. For farther particu lars, addresss Jxo. P. BiBsiTT 4 Co., Publishers, 'J COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY SACK." I county, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions in advance. AH papers will be promptly sUnped at tbe expiration of 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. — 5 May 1875

THE HERALD. JOHX P. tfAIUlETT, ) JOilN h. CASH. WALLACE t.riUEI.I.E. J 1'norKir.Toss. W.VI.lACJE GRUELLE, Editor. UASfTFOItD, OHIO CQUXTY, ICY., . WXDMESDAY. MAY 5. 1875. WnY uot confer degrees upon mui cinns its well as lawyers, physicians, etc? Let's lave a fiddle D.D. "Ax Boston woman," is how the St. Louis 77mwputTrof. Noble Butlek'.s teeth on c1tc. Now that Lent is over and gone, and wc have bidden an affectionate adieu to mackerel, allow us to observe that, after all, the best of fasts is fast asleep. Stop abusing Gen. Ben Butler for Failing to appear at the celebration of the battle of Lexington. It is a consti tutional weakness of his to be late in reaching the battlefield. This is the conundrum that is wor rying old Sorghum bald-headed: "How the h 11 did the world manage to git along before I was born, and what's to become of it after Jam dead?" Why didn't they put Mrs. Tiltox in the witness-box, as they boasted they would? Because Beecher fared too badly at the hands of Fu...

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 May 1875

I THE HERALD. .IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, is Tns tows op MRTFOED, OHIO COUXTV, KENTUCKY JOHN P. BARREHTt CO., at Tin rsics or SSTT ico Dollars a Year in Adianal.'Ba. Job work of every description done with neatness and dispatch, at city price. We have a foil line of job types, and solicit the patronage of the business community. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5. 1S75. JNO. P. BARRETT, Local Editor. Go to E Small for the very best brands of calico at 9 cents per yard. We are authorized to announce B. F, Berryman as candidate for Police Judge. Election Saturday, July 31, 1875. Wanted. Five hundred bushels of good wheat at SI 20 per bushel at the Hartford Steam Mill. Moose & Wise. Transfers ol Real Estate. The following is the only real estate transfer lodged for record during the week ending May 1, 1S75. Job. S. Arnold to William n. Rice, 75 acres of land on Caney creek. Con sideration,. $500. Fnneral Notice. Dr. J. S. Coleman will preach the fu neral of Mrs. Sallie Taylor at Green Bri...

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 May 1875

It THE HERALD. AGRICULTURAL. How to .ttake Corn-Growing Pay. I consider tho cultivation of corn to be the most important crop in this or any of our western states, for if we have plenty of corn we shall have fat hogs, fat cattle, fat horses, and, if needed, bread for the family. Many fail in producing a good crop simply from a lack of cultivation. There is a shoddy system of corn culture, as well as in many other things on the farm. A great many over-crop by improperly attempting to cultivate too much land. Many trv to cultivate forty to fifty acres to the hand, and in endeavoring to get so much land planted they plow too shallow, slash in their corn with a ulanter. without previously harrowing or cross marking the land, and when it comes up they find they have a bad stand, in some places the corn being too thick and in others too thin. Of course they cannot get the time to thin it where it is too thick. They therefore let it go, and when the corn and jreeds are about knee-high, the...

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 May 1875

t SUBSCRIPTION KATES- J- . ADVERTISING TIA.TES. s-J . " One square, not insert on. .;;....$ 1 00 One square, each additional insertion. SO (lmiiinpiiii.i, , , 10 00 One-fuarth column per jear.... 30 00 One-third column, per jr 40 00 One-half colamnper year-. HM. 60 00 One column, one year- 100 00 For shorter time, at proportionate rates. ' ' One inch of space eonstitntes a sqnaro. The mat tereT yearly advert ti eraents changed quarterly free of charge. For further particu lars, addresss Jso. PJiismi Co., Publiihers, THE HARTFORD HERALD. "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK" Ob sepy, one year.. ...... S3 2 00 Tea eooies. on jtu......... . 17 59 Twenty coplei, one year 30 00 As additional copy, free of charge, to the getter-op of a dab of ten or twenty. ,1s we are compelled by law to pay postage In advance on ppr nt outside of Ohio county, we are rorceu to require payment on nbscrintions in advance. . All pipers will be promptly clapped at...

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 May 1875

THE-.HERAX.D. JOIIN'J.-BATIKETT, JOUN'KCASn. Paorairroxs. WALLACE GRUELLE. WALLACE GRUELLE, Editor. JFJf OCRATIC STATE TICKET. .For Governor. jjl3.es n. mBEABV, - of Madison coenty. Tor Lient-naot-GoT-rnor. lOHV C TJTDERWOOn. t of Warren county. For At'orney-General. ' THOMAS E. MOWS. ' Jof MeCracken county. 1 For Auditor. 1IOW AD SMITH, of Owto county. , For TrMMorer. JAMES W. TATE, of Franklin county. Ior 6unrintendent of Poblle Itintrnctlon, , II. A. M. nrccDEnsox. ' of Bourbon-county. " ' " Fr Regtter of Land Office, r " THOMAS D. MARCUM. ff ' of Lawrence county. Relatlen. vr hnlJ it t6 be ab-olutelv eisentia! to the prMerrati n of the liberties of the citiseni, that W. ..V-ril States shall be maintained in all their rights, dignity and equality, as the most complete and reliable administration of their own' domestic concerns, and the surest bulwarks araiaet 'Bntireoubllctn tendencies. Every attempt on the -part of the Federal Oorernment brezcrolse s power not delegated to it in...

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 May 1875

TflE HERALD. i 18 "PUBLISHED 4 EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, 1 TBI towk or HARTFORD, OHIO COUXIT, KENTCCKT, BT JOHN P. BA.RRETT & CO., AT THE TRICE OP Two Dotian a Year in Advance.Xca Job work of erery description done with Ee Linen and dispatch, at city price. We have a fall Una of job typei, and lolicit the patronage of the baiinen community. The pottage on erery copy of Tbc IIeialD it prepaid at tkie office. 0r (emu of eubtcriplion art $2 00 per year, innariabty in advance. Should te paper eurpwd publication, from mny caute, during ike year, ire iei7 refund the money due on eubnription, or furnith tubtcri ten for the unexpired term tcith any paper of the eame price they may.tclect. Aacertitemente of butineit men are lolieited; xeept thoee of taloon heepert and dealere in in toxicating liquort, irAt'c we vill not admit to our eolumnt under any circumttancet. All communication! and eontributiont for pub lication tnutt be addreteed to the Editor. Communication) in regard to adrertiti...

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 May 1875

THE HERALD. A CULT UB A L . "isTlie future of tlie order of the Fa- iij acting 'upon tlie real questions that belong to it, and of steering clear of those in which they are not concerned. In short, if the order strengthens the social ties, if it induces the farmer to read mpre and thereby become better informed as to the nature of his soil, -the vatue of fertilizers, the time" and manner of sowing, etc, its worth can t Hot be told- But in addition to all this, ..more direct advantages may be gained if th system of agencies established by thel&e Granges. Success will !nodopbtedly attend these if properly ecidSctedand a capacity for concen Wstha of business is deyeloped by the Patrons, Two or three thousand dol- fore of east trade a day is an alluring fcalt to hang out before merchants and manufacturers. It is like putting up corner Jots at auction. The bidders are only restrained by a fear that the wititiition nlfiy be of short life. if-Will the Patrons nut at rest this fear, by ...

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 May 1875

SUBSCRIPTION KBYTES. One copy, one year- S 1 fO Ten copies, one year 17 50 Twenty copies, one year 30 00 An additional ropy, free of charge, to the cetter-up of a club of ten or twenty. As we arc compelled ly law to pay postage in advance on papers tent outside r llhio county, wje aro forced o require payment on subscriptions in advance. All papers will be promptly st-irpcd at the expiration ol the time suliseriucil I r. All letters on business must lc addressed to Jxo. V. lUKurrri Co., PublUhers, AMAI.FI. Br HExnv w. ix)xcrnLLo;v. Sweet the memory is to mo Of a land beyond the sea, AVhcre the wares and mountains meet, Where amid her mnllx-rry trees Sits Amalfi in the heat, Bathing ever her white feet Jn the tideless. Summer seas. In the middle of the town, From Us fountains in the hills, Tumbling through the narrow gorgo The Canneto rushes down. Turns the great wheel of the mills, Lifts the hammers of the forge. 'Tis a stairway, not a street, That ascends the deep ravine, Where 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. — 19 May 1875

THE HERALD. JT.TZV i'. ClIt3Sr.4rj.,Pj:;Mi?r4. sr. ; irn'oan, c;n: cou.vt; ky. WCI.VnS.VY, 31.1 Y 19, IM75. ME'IOriMTK' stati: ticket. For fliivernor, j.uie it. ;icnuAR, uf Madison county. Fir I.iutenantG(ivf-rnnr. aous c. oncutruon. of Warren county. For At'orr.cy-Oenrral, tsiom.vm ".. ;xos. J-t McCrackcn couuiv. Fr Auditor. n. iiuiv.vn .smith. f Owen count. For Tvnnrer, JAMUS W. TATE. f Franklin county. For Superintendent f Public Instruction, II. A. M. Ili:MKlt)i(.Y. of Bourbun county. For lUciMer ()f Land OfiVe. TIIOJIAM I. JIARITJ1. or Lawrence couuty. Rr-nliitIoii. We bold it to bo abolutely essential to the prcservati -n f the liberties of the citizen', that the several States f hall be maintained in all their rights, dignity and equality, as the most eompl-te and reliable administration of their own domestic concerns, anu me surcsi uuiwaras eziin't anti-renublicn tendencies. Every attempt on the part of the Federal Government In exercise a iotrcr not iieieiratea to it in tne...

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 May 1875

THE HEK ALD. i IS PUBMSIiKD EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUSING, is tne n r HARTFORD, OHIO COtltf, KENTUCKY, john p. baiuii:tt& CO., at the rr.icn op TzyTico Dollar a Yiatr in AdeancCZl i Job work or erery description uone wun neatness and dispitch, at city price'. We hare a fall line of job types, an J solicit the patronage of the business community. TAe;w(o.7C on erery eipy of Tire Hr.CALn i prrpaid at t&ie office. Our term' of tnUeription are "2 00 per gear, fnrariabltf in adranec. Should tie pap'r tntptnd publication, from any cautc, dnrina the year, ire rill refund the mnnry due on nulfeription, or fnrnith eubtcri len lor the unexpired term teilh any paper of tie eavtc price they may mclcct. Adrertitemenf nf lutinent men are mlieited; except thote of talon l-eepcri and dealer in in toxicating liquorn, which ice tcill not admit to our olumne under any cireumntaucc. All communication! and contrilntiont for pub lication mutt be addrttced to the Editor. Communication in rejard to adcc-...

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 May 1875

THE 11B LI A L I ). . AGRICUL TIT RA L E-icoiirav M iiiiiiurlorifs. It i only in the sclionl of experience Hint the ni3.cs ot the triple come ton realization of facts :is tlicy exi-t. There are 1 lit few- who learn, cxceiit i:i tl i-s comparatively dear s-ehool. Farmers, from the" nature of their occupation, will, a? a nile, admit of na guide ex empt this. Aggregate fact, learii)g up on their lni.-ine.-s, cons-titule the basi upon which they build. With them all utilized labor is money. There is no lack upon their part of introducing improved machinery for this purpo-e. J5y its introduction, the fanner is en abled to triple his capability of pro duction. This would all be well enough, and his prospects would be assured, if the coiiMimption of his pro ducts could lie proportionally increa.-ed. There are other tilings for farmers to consider, as well as the best methods if increasing the productive capacity of their landj. In this latitude, corn is king, and the hog is no second rate ...

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