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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 18 December 1891

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Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 18 December 1891

m S3 eiato whatever nort may do mntic.not nt wii,xtor if thore be merit iu any man, his reward is sure; but this anxiety is born of the coiiciotisncM thut my feeble ability will prove n bar to tlie success which us an humble worker I could hope to achieve. Be this as at may, the solo object of ruj labor shall bo to make the mi nbvocute for thutli mi all questions aud the friend of the people without regard to section or locality. Its political code will bo truly nud tlic members ol the party are called iimn to lend their assitance in niniiituiniugii party nryiiii through which to make themselves felt iu the coming conflict for and honest money. Profoundly grateful for the Aiipporf -of tbV'ieople iu past cirorts and injf to merit, to some extent, the same' in tlds.l .tin Truly Yours, Jo. II. Jodi:i!M. Tin: State of Ohio spent nearly SI 1,000,000 for public education in .1890. Tim taxable property of tho N. N. & M. V. Hailroud iu this county is about $372,000. Tin: skeleton of and...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 18 December 1891

.. V it- 1 $! r.; m : pF J ,,' - M.-M, KAH5J Prop. MX and so will you when you see onu Holiday stock. Instead of laughing in your sleeve you will laugh in your stocking, which won't seem half big enough to hold the gifts you covet. PEOPLE WITH BIG FEET will be proud of the fact when they realize the bargains that will go into the big stockings. We can t spare space to give a list of our stock and to attempt to judge of our display by samples would be like lying down on one feather to judge how a feather bed-would feel. You can't rS - :Put the 0&3& in a Teaemp, And we can't put a list of goods in an advertising space. Come and see the goon's; that's the only way. Feast your eyes upon the array of gifts that are going to make thousands happy. Come! For that's the only way we can convince you that this is no mere HOLIDAY HULLABALOO. leaders in everything, and take a back seat Mrs. J. R. Philips is ill. Cascbicr's 'bus meets nil trains Circuit Court ndjourned ycterdiy evening. F...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 18 December 1891

ri V UETartford Republican FIUDAY, DEUKMUEK 18, 1S!)I. How to Live Long. The body limy bo loukuil ut a living nitiuhiuc. delicate and iu fitriicturc.uiuili! to run u ycure or so, but liable by bad uiunayciiiont to bu ileriingid 'uiid brought to uutimely destruction, write Dr. Francis Tiunblet. That drunkards, dubuuchevs, gluttons, and the devotee ot'bcnaual jjleusurea generally do nut live out half tlieir days is plain to every one. Hut ull continuous physical transgression, however iouocent it may ecetu, ia followed by a like retribution. Such is the punishment which overtakes multitudes who overwork their brains and tlieir muscles; of not u tew who waste vital energy with anxiety, fret and utntunicd care, of many who overlook the great law of their physical being that makes daily recuperation depoml on the interchange of work and rest. Even ministers of the gospel not unirequenlly allow well-meant faithfulness to end iu a fatal mental strain. One of the signal facts counected with...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 8 January 1892

J . yAmSM Vm, UfflcaXViH WWiatvaU St. LIFE. (IlyllHInllnnl.) A sudden glimpse oi strnnco tilings in a strange now world, A little, jHiny protest 'gniiut existence hurled, A lot nl smile? nnd rocking, and u lot of nclies nnd Mrife, Soapsuds tmtli.niid catnip ten Anil that s life. Acliiiiilngliccsnnd butterflies through spring's bright dnrri, A plucking daisies in the woodland wuvs. A little bread nnd nugnr, icid n little lues nnd rife, Mud pies and broken dolls And that is life. A little books nnd music, nnd an "art" or two, 'A sweethenrt, nnd a long dress, and some gum to chew, A ring nnd n "Will you bo my wife!" A wedding veil und bridal tour And that is life, A little home nnd dishes, nnd some rooms to Bwcep, A lot of tumbled castles, and n lot of tears to weep, .Some joys as sweet as heaven, some pnins keen as a knife; Then creeping down 'the shady side' And that is life. A CUKIOUS LEGEND. Savage Retribution of the Indians of Arizona Feud of Syks and Snakes. Moaning of "SUyatky" ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 8 January 1892

Hartford Republican rmunntx) hvkrv fxuiat hcrm.no. S?ii" -SEW. Ml,6' " """ YIUDAY, JAXUAUY 8, 181)2. GREETING! The Hr.runt.iUAX corue to Its many readan this niorniujr. wishing them, one and all. a happy and prosperous year, nnd bringing an unusual amount of dean and interesting matter. We propoio to make such improvements as, from time to time, suggest and in all things strive to merit tlio reputation the Hepuiimcax has already gain ml, as being one of the best and newsiest county papers in tho State. Kromasurvty id the whole field, we can truthfully eay OUR FUTURE Is, lixleed.vcry bright and uuspiciour. Never in tho history of Republican papers in Ohio county has there been one to firmly established nnd so sure of continued suoccss as is the to day, and every Republican in the couuty is called upon most earnestly to assist in making this the brightest and best paper possible. We propose as OUR MOTTO To be right and to do right iu to far n in us lies, and promise to treat nil men f...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 8 January 1892

. K i L II FAIR BROS. cfe CO. be active! , That's energy. BE PRUDENT. That's economy. Match Energy with Economy, and drive the pair to Prosperity. By being among the early customers that will surely throng our store. You will have your choice of some of the llnest goods we've offered in many a day. It will pay ypu to exercise a little energy; we will attend to the economy part of it Remember that cash always illustrates something and as we adhere strictly to buying and 'selling for cash, we arc able to sell you. goods on closer margin than our buying competitors. Our prices arc the lowest. Our goods the very best. We make no Debts, therefore lose nothing. We are anxious to ca: ter to the. wants of those who have resolved to buy for cash only; the acquaintance of any other we do not seek. From now until closed out, we will Give you Our Bst Box Toe Booti at. . f .00 " Plain ' " 11.75 to 12.50 " " Oil Grain " $2.50 worth 13.25 Medium Oil Grain 11.85 mhI 12.00 " Beat Boys Booti from II....

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 8 January 1892

Hartford Republican riilDAV, JAiNUAIIYS, 1W2." Papal Audioncos. A writer in ' lliu Uhtenun Jntirii.il Iir tliw in n.iy: Tliu k.-uw luivu marked Mil! luviit il (JIllll.lC 111 Fl'!licl VMIlklllCll III lllllil! may tender inlereatiii; it ilicripiinii ol'llip iiututiiiitii.il uWtvi'il tit tliti tin thence grunted by the pope in who ca'l on liini privately, iiiul nut in large numbers jis nicniber of pilgrimage or 11 religious association. Tho etiqtietto to lio followed in ihece cases has beon described in the work of Signor Felix Frimaldi, the "Roman Congregations." The question of the costumo in tho first to. bo attended to. If you urc an ecclesiastic you must wear thj black "soutane," or robe, over which is to bo put the Unman cloak called "ferralolune," you would run ihe risk of having the entrance to the pope's apurtmeuts closed upon you. If you aro a layman it is eui. ficient to present yourself in a dress coat with a wiiito cravat. It ii not permitted to officials of a foreign gove...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 15 January 1892

i ."i VJSET Bring Your Job Work W1 TO TIIK The HiETDED Bepublican. SUBSCRIBE -FOR THE- We aro well supplied with tho vury host material UN nuil have in our employ us BARKETT & ROGERS, hMm, OFFICIAL OMAN OF THE PARTY 111 THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Fer Annum, In Adnnce, good workinun aa can bo found. Prices reasonable. $1.25 per year. VOL. IV. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1892. NO. 24. State Directory finvcrnor J. V. Itrown Lieutenant lovernor M. 0. Alford H.cretary of Stale lltadley Attorney Oenerel W.J. Ilrndrick Audit. r LC Norman Tre aiure r -H nrjr Hale Kegiaterof Land Office M. II. Swengo Aigiilnnl General A.J. Oroa. Supt. Public Instruction K. 1'. Thomaon Cirri. A . AiMim PuMie Prlnte r K Polk Johnson cotriTXTT szxsEcroxvx'. Circuit Court convene tliu 4 tit Monday In May ami Novemtwr.. Judge LP Lithe Commonwealth' Attorney Jo. Noe Clark .0 llerdwlck Uomsalsaloner J P llarrclt COVET. Judge -J I Morton Attorney K I. Felix Clerk Itoweu llolbrook fcherirt ..8 0TjF...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 15 January 1892

Hartford Republican E rCnUtHRD EVKKT FRIDAY MCKMN'O. FK1DAY, JANUAKY Ifi, 181)2. It is now Governor McKinley. . i . . sion tr cay iv won! loluting to tlic If there is any man in the world present Representative. Mr. Crow-that is worthless to the community in needs no apology otl'ered for his he lives it i the hard timcH tion on the two committees. He did ..croaker. Wi: me pleased to give our many readers this weekm henutiful poem from the pen of Hartford's talented young poetess, Miss Lizzie Walker. Hon. Wit.UAM McKini.ky was Inst Monday innugurateilGovernorofOhio. .The demonstration was the greatest over tendered any Governor of the State. i . Hev. Bunton, of the Methodist Conference, died Jan. 3. He was a mau of considcrahlc reputation in this part of the State as a preacher and an author. A silk plush plant will now ho transferred from Kngland to Portland, Maine, and ouo more establishment for the employment of American hi hor will heouis. Mb. Fiikd Uakucii, Hartford's expert you...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 15 January 1892

) m '! FAIR BROS. CO. BE ACTIVE. BE PRUDENT. That's economy. Match Energy with Economy, and drive the pair to Prosperity. By being among the early customers that will surely throng our store. You will have your choice of some of the finest goods we've offered in many a day. It xvill pay you to exercise a- little energy; we will attend to the economy part of it Bern ember that cash always illustrates something and as we adhere strictly to buying and selling for cash, we are able to sell you goods on closer margin than our long-tint ed'credit buying competitors. Our prices are the lowest. Our goods the very best. We make no Debts, therefore lose nothing. We arc anxious to ca: ter to the wants of those who have resolved to buy for cash only; the acquaintance of any other we do not seek. From now until closed out, we will give you Our Best Box Toe Boots at $2.00 " " Plain ' $1.75 to 82.50 " Oil Grain " $2.50 worth $3.25 Medium Oil Grain $1.85 and $2.00 " Best Boys Booti from $1.00 to 82...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 15 January 1892

i i I 1 i a f B J. 0 ii h A ei ai E il 01 I SI r 01 I'l ou W ho tl ev all ba J ha tta cu foe pn yoi cut hei tioi of I be tmi uur rest that ! Hartford Republican PRIOAT, JANUAHYl 181)2. COLORED NO fE3. KltlTORB I.k.'UIii.ican. It U with tuueji timidity ami great caution tlml I rit! upon tins rorjr tldiuuto uut extensive but limited. Your very ably edited journal, wlii.li i u Vttrj pleasant visitor to not a few who maiticatc ami dhjont the coiitentd of it, I hope will not be b to lined or alarmed when reading Mich n literary production. I look upon your jour nnl as a olitical and litcrnry field of insruction, not for the few but for the many. The great and general purpose is to benefit tlio people ami tin fold tho budge. 8 nf intricacies, to make a race inoro noble and to ameliorate factious, indeed, we are not Ilomaus, uor are we in lairs of discomfort as ther were, unless we can produce inch factious. We are a people of peace, both our brother in white and in black, for a thorough d...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 22 January 1892

P1 . , I T)9--x ' v? I i a Bntip Your Job Work If '-M The Haetiw Republican. TO TIIK I SUBSOMB; i I i I FOH 1r I We are well suppliod with the very best material REPUBLICAN and have in our omjiloy as BARNEII & mil fiibliiheii, OFFICIAL Ofi.AH OF TBI! MI T IK TEE FOM C08SSESSI0NAL DISTRICT. Per Annum, In Airaui. good workmon as can he fonnd. Prices reasonable. $1.25 per year. VOL. IV. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1892. NO. 25. 2? 0vtmer.... .- IsC? Lieutenant loverner ' HT Secretary of fltle........,..... fa Attorney fleneral. T r Audller -.. Trea.urer. ...... ........ l llajl.ter of Land Office . Adjutant General". p ' Jpt. Poblle inltructlon... - Clerk..'....- . - Bi, i r i i ' V I It lt Slat Directory J, Y. Brown M.G.AIford Headley .....W.J. Hendnck .li 0 Norman ..Henry Hale .......0. 1). Bwango ..... ......A.J. flrois ...E. I'. Tliomapn A. Addarn. PuUia Trlnler ...R I'olk Jshmrai Clrrult Court convene. the 4th Monday In May and November. - . . . Jndge.,1 -- LPLiltie Cem...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 22 January 1892

1 J I 1 I .V. I I IV I i I TH Hill r f& i y .lii.c. sw. ": rtfS l&rV& V j&3M CR I Mb -1 fiaer.TTBBitKTBafflBLu k . i -" - ifw j !; mm mm -N ?Xl .' iqjb ir h..L "nil DEWEMOE waya ask for Guovn'S be lust as good. Gro PSffig&ZptFyT&rs:'? " ' V '--'--. vi KA fiM "'i Hartford Republican ntlMKXD EYEHT FRIDAY MORNING. JO. B. IIOfJKRN. Iniitari r..i !..., .i. im. e. H. IKTT.J " " FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1892. ift'JuDOE Lindsay declines. Tiib Trigg county court house was burned last week. . John Sherman will bo Scnntor fMj another six year. Cardinal Mannish, the grcnt Engllah prelate, in dead. The young Duke of Clarcuco nud grandson of Victoria died recently in England. Jhsbe Biiow.v, u negro, was hanged at Padticiih luct Friday for the murder of John Larry last January. The McKmley bill continues to vindicate iUelf before the people, and the "triumph of lying" will triumph no more. The Green River tlyublirun has changed halids, and now it is one of the brightest and uews...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 22 January 1892

l!J- fc' ; I r m& m & u. ?. 1 KfeT'l iHGn "Vs cwv vii!vi!t w'j'wiejw ? ..ji . 3 FAIR BROS. $ CO. A n A vy 4c a Witt.? Every time he Opened His Mouth, He puts His Foot in It And in this instance it is we who have put our foot into it, and this is just the way it all happened. Two weeks ago the bright, sunny days that remind us so much of early spring time, prompted us to look around and see just what Winter Goods must go, if at a sacrifice. The search was made; the result being that our Customers found our entire line of Winter Boots, Shoes, Jeans, Lindseys, Bed Comforts, Blankets, Shawls, Cloaks, Overcoats and many other articles advertised at cost. Winter has just made its appearance, and, so by opening our mouth, we have,be--yond a doubt, put our foot into it. The mistake is burs. We are men of reputation, and never go back on our word, so you can get all our Winter Goods' at Springtime prices. , , Our Mens Boots go from $1150 to 82.00; Boys, 75c. to 8100; Chiidrens Coarse...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 22 January 1892

f. A Hartford lie publican FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1892. Items of Intorost. Ncnr Crnwfordsvillp, Itul., Jan. 11, a train on the Motion railroad was wrecked ntid three penutna worn killed and thirty-two others uumlcd, bo mo of whom will die. SV bile sitting before the family fire, Andrew Jnckton, Richmond, Mo.. killed his brother William. Abe Garrison, who lives in Calhoun County, Y. Va., eloped with another man's tvifo nftcr abandoning his tamily, Mealing to horses and firing the house iu which his father was dying. AtSedalin, Mo., recently, ft seven-year old boy and his liltlo five-year-old sister were- burned to death in the house, while their parents were nwny from home. A man and wife named McDonald, living near Barhoursville7 arc sixty-even and sixty-six years old, respectively. They have 13 living children, 104 grandchildren, nnd 11 aud the whole McDonald family live within three miles of Bourboursvillc. At McAllister, I. T., recently, a ruiue explosion caused the death of mora th...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 5 February 1892

The Saeteoed Eepijelicaiv. P Bring Your Job Work $ K to Tin: I SUBSCRIBE ron Tin: Wo are well supplied with tliu very host tnutui i.. I REPUBLICAN mid haveiiiourompluv as mm & rc, Miiiim. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN-TRE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TER.,5-,1,25 Fir Annua, Is Adunce, workuiun good as can bo found. Price reasonable. i.K Knffl $1.25 per year. VOL. IV. HARTF011D, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ,5 1892. NO. 27. i i State Directory (loiernnr I. V. llrrmii Lieutenant Inrernur M. :. Alford Secretary ofHtule llendley Attorney llcncral W.J. Ilendnck Ati'lltur -DO Norman Treasurer Henry Hate ltptfltTf l.nn. (nii c 1. It. Hxnniio Adjutant lleneial , J. (Iron Supt. I'uhlle Intriielioti B. I'. Thomson l'lerl A. Addinn M.lic Printer I! I'nllc Jidmii ? Bir.ssror.'r. Cln nil Court the 1th Mnnda) In May iid.Swlnlr. ImlK I.lM.itho I'.iiiiinonueillh's Alloraey ...tne.Nne UlerL ' llaidwick Commissioner J I" llairill covirnr coxvs. j i' ,Mc.rV;n Altoin.jr r I. rellx Clerk..." Hin llollrm...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 5 February 1892

Hartford Republican rnnutnrD nvunv Friday morning. '. .11. nAHXF.TT. f Kn.I 'm rli ton. "lTlUAY7KEliUUAHY T 18112. " Do tint fnil to rend Jottings on first page. Rf.v. C. H. Si"Urokon, the world's greatest preacher, is dead, Democrats opposed to the Hill. (lorinaii'Hrire combine, feeling that Clevolanil U out of the question, nre talking of Senator Carlisle as their candidate for the Presidency. Tin: next Republican State Convention will meet in Louisville, March .'50, to choose delegates from the State-at-.Large to thu National Republican Convention nt Minneapolis, June 7. Wi: call attention to the article from the Louisville ('itmincicinl found in another column. The Commercial is the best paper published south of the Ohio river, and this aiticlc is only ti sample ol the excellence of its cdi tniial page. Read it. Tiunti: is little doubt that other men are selling whisky in Hartford than those who have government license. In view oi this fact, one of Uncle Sam's sprightly secret s...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 5 February 1892

6 t FAIR BROS. & CO. On. Win, I !W1, of Massafall, WILL BE Next President If lie gets nominated by the Democratic Convention and receives more votes than the Republican nominee. We Are Eleected By the people of Ohio county to furnish them during the winter and spring with Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Dress Goods and Notions. We Have Been Elected To do this and promise by the moon (not the "inconstant moon") and by yonder elm (not slippery elm) to do it satisfactorily. We Have Defeated AH competitors in our contest for public favor. We thank you all for good-will and hope U) greet thousands at our counters during the next few weeks. Come and see our surprises. FAIR BROS. CO., Props. IIAHTFOItl) TEMPLti of FASHION N. N fc M. V. R. R. I 'mcWj'WSVPI ta. POI Tltll.VS fiOINCl WKST. N. J, Mail nlKiiif. I2.1 r u, o 7, MinM'J Kiprfi. I1..TH r. m. I THUJH (.DIMS KMT. o. t, Mail ml Kiprr" I'll r. . .So. I, l.lMiltnli:iirra. -Hi . FKUAvTl,,KHl,AKY 5, 18927 Son! iitWVterfield fc SniiV. Boots are ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 5 February 1892

Hartford Republican " I'lUDAY, KKHMTAUY B, 16tf." SULPHUR SPRINGS, KY. Inn. li(5, 1M!I2. IlitvliiK proii.ueil von it I'liiiiiuiiiiicMlioir iniiii 1 1 I plncc sonit tiinu ngo, 1 now roniily ttitli nltlioiili I inn unruly tililu to In m, lor I huvu tli "Hiip." Tin' fact U no luivu mot the ciit'iny mid uu are lik Tliu pcojilc me nltuiist nil eick. Dr. Frank Dean iimiIp seventeen prolcssionnl visits i! one day last week. Dr. Charlie Felix, of Olutoti, is constantly in the looking alter tlie interest of liii ja tienlH. Nutter Hurt is clanjteroiisly ill. A .small eliilil nt Tlioiiiui U not expecluil to siuvive. Win. F. Acton Iiiid a violent attack of pluio pnoiimoiiia, tuipei induced hy lagnppc. .Mie. Tliomas F. is alter an exceedingly violent attack ot the old L.mdoii Unities has been eon-tined to his mom for a lung time of In grippe. U'icle ilolui Cra'g died hut week, after a two days' illness of la grippe, and his aged wile Inii the disease and is not expected to survive. Jesse Aliigai...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
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