DUBUQUE DAILY HERALD
On March 1, 1864, Dennis MAHONY, Hutchins and Hodnett left the Herald permanently.
I need not say with what mingled feelings of pleasure and pain I make the announcements-pleasure that I am no longer obliged to fight a profitless battle, pain that I thus become virtually separated from so many brave, consistent, self-sacrificing Democrats. (Mr. Hutchins) (1)
We do not enter upon the undertaking without some reluctance and a full appreciation of the duties, difficulties and responsibilities which the position involves. We shall endeavor to make the Herald thoroughly Democratic in its principles and usages, dignified in its tone, candid in its opinions, reliable in its statements and particularly valuable for its news, always seeking the harmony and welfare of the party and the preservation of our free republican institutions. (Patrick Robb, F. M. Ziebach and Moses M. HAM (2)
Under the new editors the Herald was mild and agreeable to what it had been. (3)
As the Dubuque Herald, the paper was published until October 1901 when it was merged with the DUBUQUE TELEGRAPH.
The 1859-1860 Dubuque City Directory listed the corner of Main and 5th for this newspaper published by J. B. Door and Company.
The 1878-79 Dubuque City Directory listed 6th and Locust.
The 1899-1900 Dubuque City Directory listed 120 6th for this daily and weekly publication.
1. Oldt, Franklin T., History of Dubuque County Iowa. Chicago: Goodspeed Historical Association, 1880. http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/franklin-t-oldt/history-of-dubuque-county-iowa-being-a-general-survey-of-dubuque-county-histor-tdl/page-17-history-of-dubuque-county-iowa-being-a-general-survey-of-dubuque-county-histor-tdl.shtml
1. Oldt, Franklin T., History of Dubuque County. http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/franklin-t-oldt/history-of-dubuque-county-iowa-being-a-general-survey-of-dubuque-county-histor-tdl/page-15-history-of-dubuque-county-iowa-being-a-general-survey-of-dubuque-county-histor-tdl.shtml