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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 26 May 1875

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy, one year ..... $ 2 00 Ten copies, one year... ....... ......... 17 50 Twenty copies, one year.......-......... 30 00 An additional copy, free of charge, to the getter-op of a club of ten or twenty. As we are compelled by liw to pay postage in adrance on papers lent outside of Ohio cosnty, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions In adrance. All papers will be promptly stopped at the expiration of the time subscribed for. Alt letters on business mast be addressed to Jbo. P. BiaaKTT & Co., Pnblishrrs. THE KEXTCCKT CLIITS. The fist number of the Rittnlde Wetklg eon taint a beautiful poem nnder the above title, contributed by Frankfort's fair and gifted daughter, Mrs. J. C. Moetoit. We reproduce the concluding stanxas, and pronounce them as exquisite a bit of word-painting as we have come acrcis In many days. Ed. Hesald. With portals wide, and towers strong, 'Neath vaulted roofs of blue, With aisles and pavements broad and long, All spanned by ...

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. — 26 May 1875

THE HERALJX Jons F. BARUETr A COM PDbliober. WALLACE OmtEIXK, Editor; HABTFURD, OHIO COUXTY, ICY. WEDXESDAY, MAY 20, 1875. IJE.UOCIt.tTIC STATE TICKET. For Governor. JAXEfl B. SlcC'REARV. of Madison county. For Lientenmt-Gnrernor. J OHS C UXDEBWOOI). of Warren county. Yot At'orney-General. THOMAS E. MOSS. of McCracken county. For Auditor. d. iiowad smith. of Owen coaut) . For Treasurer. JAMES W. TATE. of Franklin county. For Pprintendent of Public Tn'tructioa, XL A. 31. ITE5TJCILSOX. of Bourbon county. ForTtriter of T,nn1 Office. xii w 71 AS Ur5TAKCU5ir of Lawrence county. Resolution. Wc hold it to be abeolutely euential to the preterrati n of the liberties or the cititen, that the tereral Stateii shall be maintained in all their rights, dignity and equality, aa the most eomplite and reliable administration of their wn domestic concern, and the sorest bulwarks aint anti-repnblican tendencies. Every attempt on the part of the Federal Government to exercise a power not delegated to it...

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. — 26 May 1875

THEfSEKALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, II TBI tovx or BAETFOED, OHIO COUXTF, KEXTCCRY, BT JOHN P. BARRETT.& CO., at TBt rstoc or JBZW Two DoUars a Year in Advance."!. Job work of every description done with neatness and dispatch, at city prices. We bare a fall line of job types, and solicit the patronage of the business community. The pottage on every copy of The Herald is prepaid at thit office. Our iermt of tubtcription art $2 00 per year, tnvartabty in advance. Should the paper tutptnd publication, from any eaute, during the year, ire nilt refund the money Out On tuotcriplion, or jurnttk inoicrf ben for the unexpired term Kith any pnper of the tame price they may tried. Aacertitenentt of butinett men are tolicited; except thoie of taloon teepert and dealert in in toxicating liquort, uhieh tee Kill not admit to our tolumne vnaer any arcumttaMcet. All communication and contribution for pub lication mutt be addreteed to tht Editor. Communication in regard to adcertiti...

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. — 26 May 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICULTURAL, Feeding Ntviue in Summer. A corresdondent of the Germantown Telegraph writes: "During the hot sum' mer months I would feed very little solid food, such as corn in the ear or nncracked. I would keep the hogs upon green food constantly.either crass. oats or rye, and feed them at regular intervals, once or twice a day, upon mashed food, either short?, chopped oats or rye, buckwheat, etc, fed in troughs. When fed in this way, and at the same time allowed access to wa ter and shade, hogs will bear crowding brough the hot months, a very good time, II not the beat,- to tato on ncsti. This puts them in the best of condition for corn feeding, which should com mence about the 1st of September, when the new corn is still soil and ten der." This writer is on the eve of finding out that the hog requires bulky food as well as the cow or horse. Because Pork is usually made by feeding grain many farmers have almost ceased to retard the hoc as a frrass-eatin tr animal. When...

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. — 2 June 1875

4 SUBSC11IPTIOX ILVTES. One copy, one year...... $ 2 00 Ten conic, one year - 1 50 Twenty copies, one year 30 00 An additional copy, free of charge, to the ecttcr-up of a clul of ten or twenty. A we are compelled by law to pay VZ in advance on papfrs tent imtiude or Ohio county, wo arc forced to require payment on subscriptions in advance. All piper will be promptly stspped at the expiration of the time subscribed for. All letter on business must be addressed to Jso. P. B-ebktt A Co., Publishers. THE Jir.3HHH.VI. I'OEJI Bead at the Dedication of the Ladies' Memo rial Monument (Confederate) aVliCiing ton, Ey., Wcdesday, May 2G, 1875. BV BESET I. STASTOX. And still a mindful people turns To such as wear their crosses, Beneath a way of waving ferns And interwoven mosses. And still, with knots and crates of bloom, With soonest blowing roses, Thy como to break tho night of gloom That o'er the hero closes. And still, by fingers deft from love, The wild-vino's tendrils matted In tribute wr...

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. — 2 June 1875

THE HERALD. ii.v i. ninr.Err.toi.. Pnbiuiicrs. WAM..ICE KT0IM.K. Kilifor. iititTrunD, oiiio vovsty, iiV. wr.D.xrsn.iY, jvsr. 2, isrr,. UEJiOCKATIC' STATE TICKIX For Gnrcmor. JAMUN II. .UrClIKAKV. i'f .Mit'li!u;i county. Vnr I.ieutemnt-CSrtVormtr. l'.viii:kivooii. uf U'arrcn cuunly. Tor At'orncv-OcntTal. TIIOJIAS 'll MOSS. Bof McCrackeu cvuuly. r" Auditor. :. iio-.va M.uirtr. vf Oiveti ruutiM . Tor Tn-asurer. JA.TUS W. TATC of i'rankliu county. IVr Fanerintcndent f Public Instruction, 11. a. m. iii:ni:itsoN. of Bourbou county. For Register of Land Office. TIKW.VS I. MAItCUM. of Lawrence couuty. Iti-Nollitions. fft bold it to be absolutely essential to the prcscrvnti m of the liberties of the citizen, that the Feveral States shall be maintained in nil their rights, dignity and equality, as the most complete and reliable administration of their own domestic concerns, and the surest bulwarks against anti-rciiublican tendencies. Every attempt on the part of the Federal Government to exer...

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. — 2 June 1875

THE HERALD. is rcnusncD EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUSING, IS TIIR TOWN or HARTFORD, OHIO COICTV, KEHCCKV, r.r JOHN P. BAHRETT.& CO., AT Tnt FBICE OF SST Tim Ddhir a Year in Advance.-! Job work of every description dono with neatness and dif patch, at city prices. We bare a full lino of job types, and solicit the patronage of the business community. The pottage on even copy of The Herald it prepaid at thit office. Our termt of mUcription ore $2 00 per fear, inrariahlv in advance. Should the piper nfpind pnllieation, from any can', during the year, we will refund the money tine on euOeriptfon, or furnish 6crt bert for the unexpired tern with any paper of the game price they may eetect. Adeertieemente of butinen men are eolicited; except thfe of ettloon keeper and dealer in in toxicating liquor, which we will not admit to our column under any circumntauce. All communication and contribution for pub lication mutt be addreteed to the Editor. Communication in regard toadcertiingtand job rori m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 2 June 1875

THE HERALD. A Gil I C U L TUR.'IL. SoitocI t"rii lr I'ursigo. 7!ia experience of the pat year ha- "Ivon rie to the otuvtion of the mer-, ucn n. i its of coin own in drill for fowling pitrpodurh.gthodrou.huhichfro qucutly occur, and ulilch lessen the hay crop to such an extent as lo reader a substitute for it necessary. TllL practice ot r-ouiug com as :i reserve i crop for feeding purposes when needed is loo much neglected by the majority ! of the farmers. Few crops yield a. greater return for the labor of produc ing it, and in no other way can so much wholesoincand nutritious feed for stock be producwl as by sowing corn. "Vc have already alluded to Hungarian grass as a reserve crop, but for dairy men, a crop of sowed corn is just the thing fr midsummer and winter uc. The corn crop may bo sown from the 1st of June to the middle of July. The yield varies from five to ten Ions per acre. The quantity of seed re quired is three and one half biuhels of the large Dent corn to the acre. Thi...

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. — 9 June 1875

THE HARTFORD HERALD. ADVERTISING HATES'; One copy, one year-..-......- .......$ 2 CO Ten copies, one year........... 17 SO Twenty copies, one year......... 30 00 An additional copy, free of charge, to the gctter-up of a club of ten or twenty. As we arc compelled by law to pay postage in advance on papers cent outside of Ohio county, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions in advance. All papers will be promptly stepped at the expiration ef the time subscribed fir. All letters on business must be addressed to Jko. P. Bieeett & Co., I'ablisht-rs, One square, one insert on $ One squire, each additional insertion One square, one y r ar.... ......... One-fourth minion perycir..... One-third niluran, per jcar........... 1 00 .JO 10 0(1 .10 ,1(1 40 fO 60 tm 100 00 une nan eolumn, prycr . One column, one ar "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." Forshortcr time, at proportionate rates. One inch of space constitutes a sqnare. The ma...

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. — 9 June 1875

THE HERALD. JOII.V r. KiltKETTACO., Pul.lKliprs. W.ILL.1CIT ;UEI.H1, i:t!ilor. iiAitrronw, oirio coram, kv. i:dxi:s.vy, ji'xk n. isrJ. UEJIOCIEATK' .STATS: TJC'IiKT. Pot Governor, jaw; n. Hrriti-.titV, ttf .Madison cuaniy. For Lieutenant-Governor. joiix c vxnv.v.woon. of Wimn county. For At'nrnev-General. THOMAS "K. 3 OSS. .ul'McUrackcn county.. VW Auditor. I. IIUWAD .SIEITII. tit' Ocea county. Fr Tr'a-urer. jajies vi. T.vrr of 1'rauklin count;. For Superintendent "f Public Instruction, II. .1. 31. IIKXMEKSO.V. of Bourbon county. Ft I5f jristor of Land Oflic. THOMAS I. MAllt'l'M. of Lawrence county. . The presence of ladies at the speak itig Monday robbed Harlan of half Ids speech, by squelching his vulgar anecdotes. Wnirx Gen. II.uslan took to the law and politics it was the ruination of a first-class "cud man" for a negro min strel show. Oxe of the mysteries of matrimony is concealed in tlii Let a. man, who-e wife dins in his cars from morning till night the aggravating assurance ...

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. — 9 June 1875

3 THE HERALD. is published EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUSING, IS TUB TOWS or HARTFQUD, OHIO COCSTV. KCMCCKV, ' BT JOHN P. BARRETT CO., AT TIIK TRICE OF 3TTco Dollars a Year in Atlvancc.BSi Job work of every description done with neatn? andtlupttch.atcity prices. Webaro a fall lino of jub types, and solicit the patronage of the business community. The otfjt oh aery copy of TilX IIecalii m prepaid at tht office. Oar term of mnbncrtption arc 52 00 per gear, tnranabljf t adcancc. Should the paper tutptnd publication, from any cause, during the teir, tr nUi refund the money clue on subscript iout or funtish ubcri r for the ttnerpircl term iritk any paper of the auie price they may select. Adcertisements of business men arc moUcitcd; except that of sabto beepers and dealers in in toxicating liquors, trhick vc trill vot adittt to our columns under any circnmitauccs. Alt communications and contributions for pub lication, must he addreseed to the Editor. Cttiamunicationsin regard tondreefisiuytand 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. — 9 June 1875

THE IIERALD. AGRICU LTUn.'lL, Snort Potato Cull tiro. wiii -vxi) preparation. Almo-t any will grow sweet lM)Uitx:. Some kinds do better on cer tain soils than othcre; but, on the whole, I find all kinds do best on rath er dry .-oils containing a considerable tiiiioiml of clay, and if enriched with manure, the yield will be greater in proportion. To have the toil in prop er condition at planting time, it should have Ixjen plowed once or twice during the .-piing and rolled, and so prepared as to be as free from clods as possible. I find it best to plant in ridges, which p hould be about three aud a half feet from center to center, and about four teen inches high. PLANTING. The plants should lie dropped but a j-hort distance ahead of the planters, ten to fourteen inches apart, on freshly-made ridge. The planter should be provided with a bright, sharp ma son's Irowl, which be grasps in his right hand, straddles the ridge, picks up a plant with his left hand, pushes the trowel into the e...

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. — 16 June 1875

SUBSCRIPTION I-VTES. One copy, one ycnr........... ......... 1 CO Ten copies, one year. .. 17 SO Tirenty copies, one year........ SO 00 An additional copy, free of charge, to the gcttcr-np of a club of en or twenty. As we are compelled by law to pay postage in advance on papers sent outside of Ohio county, trc are iorced to require payment on subscriptions in advance All papers rill be promptly sticped at the expiration cf the t'mc subscribed fcr. Alt letters on business must be addressed to Jy P. F. BaEEETT i: Co., Publiahns. "I LCXT, YOIT LOVt" OM Jones, the Tillage pedagogue, The grammar lesson called one day; Young Bess, a maid of street sixteen. Began the well-known words to say: "first person, I love," first she said, fly Tom, beside her, whimpered, .Vr"?'' "Second person, yon love," Bess went on. "Ayr, that I do," said Tom, "love thee." Third person, lie loves," still said Bess. Torn whipercd, "Who is it?" "Oh, Tom,'" said Besy, pleading Ion, "Do hold yenr peace and let me be...

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. — 16 June 1875

THE HERALD. JOHN P. BAURKTTACO., filblNJlcrs. WALLACE GRUELLE, Editor. ninTionir, ortio covsty, kv. intoXESDAY, Jl'.VE 16, 1S75. DEMOCRATIC STATIC TICKET. For Governor, JAMIX II. JIct'KEARY, uf Madison county. For I.icutenant-Gorernnr. joiin r.Mi:it-A oon. of Vrren county. For Xttorney-Gcneral. tiiomas t- noss. ;f .McCrckcn county. For Auditor, n. iioir.m SMITH, of Owen county. For Treasurer. JAM US W. TATE, of Franklin county. For Superintendent f Public Instruction,. II. A. M. JIKNIKItKOX. of Bourbon county. For Register of Land Office. TIIOMAS I. MAKCL'M. of Lawrence county. Rrsolntlono. Vie bold it to be absolutely essential to the preservali id of the liberties of the citizen, that the aereral States shall be maintained in all their rights, dignity and equality, as the most complete and reliable administration of tbeir own domestic concern;, and the surest bulwarks amntt anti-republican tendencies. Lvery attempt on the part of the Federal Government to ezerciso a power not dele...

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. — 16 June 1875

J THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVEEY WEDNESDAY MORNING, IS TOE TOWK OF HAETFOED, OHIO CQUCTV, KENTUCKY, BY JOHN P. BARRETT CO., AT THE FBICE OT XSTTtco Dollars a Year in Advance.mX3& Job work of erery description done with neatness and dispatch, at city prices. We hare a. fall line of job types, and eolicit the patronage of the business community. The pott aye on every copy of The II E BALD it prepaid at this office Our terms of subscription are $2 00 per year, invariably in advance. Should the paper suspend publication, from any cause, during the yeart tee nill refund the tnoney Hue on subscription, or furnish subvert bert for the unexpired tern with any pajicr of the tame priee'thry may elect, " Adcertisemrntt of business men are solicited; ercept those of saloon, keepers and dealers in in toxicating liquors, which ire Kill not admit to our column under any circumstances Alt communications and contributions for pub Ucation mutt he addreseed to the Editor, Communications in regard ...

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. — 16 June 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICULTURAL. The IJct Ilrcert ol" Swine. When I first considered the impor-t.-mce of changing my stock of hogs, the fjuesticn presented itself, what I should select, as breeders all claimed their stock was the best. So I conclu ded to commence on the Magpie large coarse, white hogs, with a few spots on their bodies. But after a careful trial, I was convinced that this was not the hog that would suit me, so I crossed them with the Poland Cliiua or Butler county hog. This added some good qualities to the Magpie stock but did not improve in any respect the Poland China. The pigs were strong and grew rapidly, but did not fatten even. Some that were bred in the Poland China blood were fat and ready for market nt ten or twelve months old, and the rest of the lot had to be kept until nearly eighteen months old. So with this result I thought it best to con tinue my experiments, so I selected some' of the best Poland China blood, then added to it the improved Berk shire, and soo...

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. — 23 June 1875

THE HARTFORD HERALD. "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." -vrrVRRTISINO I2-.VTES. One copy, one year. S 2 CO Ten copies, one year. 17 50 Twenty copies, one year 30 00 An additional copy, free of charge, to tlic gcttcr-up of a club often or twenty. A: ire arc compelled by Ian to pay postage in advance on paprs rent nuttidc of Ohio county, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions in adrance. Alt papers will be promptly stopped at the expiration of the time subscribed fur. All letters on business mnt le addressed to Jko. P. IUkrett & Co., Publisher. ne sqaaro, one incrt odhh.hHn..$ ne fquare, each additional insertion ne jMjuare, one year-... ... ne fourth column per yc.xr. 1 00 SO 10 DO 30 00 -to oo r.o ou oe-thinl column, per yr... ...... ...... une hair column, per year. Une column, one year ....... 100 00 Forshorter time, at proportionate rate.'. One inch of space constitutes a sqnare. The matter of yearly advertisement c...

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. — 23 June 1875

THE HERALD. JOHN P. B VimETT A CO.. Publisher. WALLACE ttRUELLE, Editor. IIARTI'ORD, OHIO GOCSTY, IiV. WEDXESOAY, JX'.VE 23. 1S75. IEJIOCn.lTIt'STATKTICKET. For Governor, JAM IIS It. McCRKARY, of Madison county. For Lieutenant-Governor. JOHN' C. UNDERWOOD, of Warren county. For Attomev-Gcnrral. THOMAS l MOSS. ;of McCracken county. For Auditor. D. 1IOWAD SMITH, of Owen county. For Treasurer. JAM IS W. TATE. of Franklin county. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, ii. a. m. iir.xbr.uso.x. of Bourbon county. For Register of Land Office. THOMAS D. MARCX'M. of Lawrence county. Revolutions. Wc bold it to be alwolutcly essential to tbe preservation of tbe liberties of tbe citizen , that the several States sball be maintained in all their rights, dignity and equality, as tbe most complete and reliable administration of their own domestic concerns, and the surest bulwarks against anti-republican tendencies. Every attempt on the part of the Federal Government to exercise a power not dele...

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. — 23 June 1875

THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, IS TnB TOWS OF HARTFOED, OHIO COUSTV, KEXTUCKT, JOHN P. BARRETT CO., AT TBE PRICE OP 5T Two Dollars a Year in Advance." Job work of every description done with neatness and dispatch, at city prices. Wo bare a fall line of job types, and solicit the patronage of tho business community. The pottage on every copy of TlJE II E BALD it prepaid at this office Our terms of subscription are $2 00 per year, inrariably in advance. Should the paper sutptnd publication, from any caute, during the year, tee will refund the money due on subscription, or furnish subtcri here for the unexpired term tcith any paper of the tame price they may select. Advertisements of business men are solicited; except those of saloon keeper and dealer in in toxicating liquors, which we will not admit to our columns under any circumstances. All communications and contributions for put" Heat ion must be addreseed to the Editor. Communications tn regard to advertising f...

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. — 23 June 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICULTURAL, Cutfiusnml Ciirins Clover liny. As many of our readers in the south era states are now ready to commence cutting and securing this valuable crop, as few crops suffer greater injury from mismanagement than clover hay, we make the following suggestions Clover, when properly cured, is fully equal to the best timothy hay for feed ing purposes, and when thus cured, contains at least 1.15 percent, of sugar. The amount of sugar in the clover is the greatest when in full blossom and the heads are nearly matured. Clover should never be exposed to the sun longer than is necessary to expel the external moisture. If the weather is fair, and the mowing is commenced in the morning, that which Is first cut, should be put up in small light cocks, of 50 to 100 pounds each, before night, and that which is cut in the afternoon should be put up in the same way the following morning as soon as the dew h off. Put up in this way, it will gener ally cure sufficiently in two or thr...

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