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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 24 June 1892

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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. — 24 June 1892

Hi Hartford Republican 1 ,. 1'UM JO. I v. .n, R lillci ll but on 01 Ti and lhirl Ti ml' and of w .V from opei and his i Y igati laid i road Gun A' Groi the l'res him and clan E ty si Boyi good scrvi Keid they Ohio pull it. Ti couu IIoui the J ty C spcec iiann ouUl speee repai the v Su attac Kosil euerj hard at th the r (luce: done she v Succi Til A'oid devol and c our oi in Kc page lar J f'oniK an ah We v succe is a fi Km s ofSta He w a you of tin "The quieti tagoti pie a air. 1 lectio He hi drug) ly cii One i across other retire sympi his fei ical i ouiuit wins I Mr thu U for th eral d here i the la tion ai River. i oustac to will i soon a be con ami d dctailu which charac Maj iu elm rivers Jolly !UBM8!1ED V.S'KUV FI1IUAY MOH.VIXCI. JO .n? 'iixiiyi'rr, K'",or "'"' I'rorr,,,,"r FRIDAY, JUNK 21, 18M. Republican Ticket. ion niimiii r. Clayton L. Woodward. rou i itriir n.r.itu, Septimus T. Stovons. Tiik name of the November sac-. lificial lamb is simply Cleveland. 1ts Harrison and Clev...

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. — 24 June 1892

r S3FAIR BROS. & CO.B A Bright Fenny WHl please a child, but you would not think of giving a man a penny. The idea then, of offering man or woman k PENNY BRIBE To draw in their custom! Yet that is just what is offered when a reputed dollar article is marked at ninety-nine cents. A PENJN! Y BAIT Is a small thing to go a-fishing for custom with; too small for a large firm, and quite too small for us. Our motto is SI worth for $1 And we live up to it, and we are not going t lower our standard a cent's worth. We give a premium in the quality of our goods that's worth more than a cent's worth of chewing gum. FAIR BROS. & GO,, top., HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION Finks! Funks!! JBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM WBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBkliHBBVVf For Ward-Robes Dressers, or anything in the General Furniture Line, see ' 1 J. MORTON. N.N. &M.V.R.R. mmSSBk TRAIN I.KIVK BEIVKR DAM. TRAINS IIOINO WEST. N. . Mill nd Kir-- 1 ' tit. , l.luHt.J Kiprr ll:.tor. a. TRAINS OOINO KAHT. N. , Mill ind Kitr M...

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. — 24 June 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, 18V2. THE PLATFORM. Full Roport of tho Commit-too ou Resolutions. Thu a'jiri'sciitntivcj of tliu tlio United in general convention on the flinres of thu MissUsi'i")! river, tliu everlast ing bond of nn indcstrnetiblo republic, vho"c most glcrioua chapter ol history h the record of the party, congratulate their countrymen on the majestic march of the nation under the banners inscribed with the principles of our platform oflSSS, vindicated by victory at tho polls and prosperity in our field-), workshop and mines, and make the following declaration of principles: Till! TAIIUT. We rcnfliim the American doctrine of protection. We call attention to its growth abroad. We inning tain that the prosperous condition of our country is largely due to the wise revenue legislation of the Republican Congress. We believe that all articles which cannot be produced in the United States except luxuries, should be admitted free of duty, and that on all imports coming into com...

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. — 1 July 1892

T '- - BrJngYour Job Work ss i' a iS?" -J-3-Jf xu. TO TUB The Haeteom) Eeplican. SUESCT1IBE rou tiii: We are well supplied N with the very best material and have in our employ hs Mill & SARNETT, Publish!.., OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TIE PARTY IX TIE F0D1TB COMESSPAL BIST&1CT. ?er Annum, Id Adnnce, rood workmen as can bo fun lid. Prices reasonable. $1.25 ner year. m VOL. IT. HAKTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1892. NO. 48. SrTlK -2 Xpg Stat Directory oi.rnor J, V. Urn ii I.iutianl,lottrnor M.U.Alrura aWtUry of Stale lleadhy Attorney (ln.ral ...W.J. Ilendnck A ml I lor - -I U Norman Treasurer ..Unity Hale. k.glaterof liid limrr (I. II. Haaiigo Adjutant Ocncrai . A.J.droaa Muit. Public Inatriiclioii ,.i:. l. i iiuninon II. rk A. AcIiIiimik ruUiefrlnlor ..K I'olk Johnsiai cotrxT'S'Tr aoxxi3rcoxw"x Clrtull Contl mntenea the llh Monday in Ma) toil Neveinlwr. Judg l.l'l.lllie L'oininmweallh'a Attorney ..Joelw dark ' llanlwlek t'oiNiHltilotif r - J I' Ham II COTyXTTZ" eovax, Judi J I' Hprton At...

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. — 1 July 1892

Hartford llcpublican rtinusiiKi) j:t.uy kkiiuy sioknino. J. II. IHMlllHN, JMIIor nml 1'roprli lor. FRIDAY, .IUIA'1, 1892. Republican Ticket. ' von rnusiniiNT, BENJAMIN riAHHISON, Of Intlinnn, fok vici: i'itiii)i:sT, WI1ITELA.W HKID, Of New York. roit riii:itii'F, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. FOK CIKCUIT COUIIT CI.CIIK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVK.N'S. A Partial Change. For utmost three years I have labored to establish n Republican organ m the county. With the record of the failuics in this line behind us, and the consequent distiust, even among Republicans, which at first attended the enterprise, most ot our readers know we hare not always had a cloudless sky. Yet, I never doubted ulti. mate success and nm proud to say to the friends who have stood by us so faithfully through storm and sunshine, that the paper is now past quicksand, is on n paying basis, and may be considered a permanent institution. Mr. Alex B.irnctt, to whom I have sold my interest, is a true and tried Republican, and I feel sure ...

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. — 1 July 1892

3 J 33FAIR BROS. & CO. X 10 U 8 In other words we propose to DIMINISH Our stock and we intend to LESSEN The size of it, even if we have to SELL OUT At reduced prices for the next few weeks. Our semi-annual REDUCTION SALE Is now in full blast. Call for bargains at I HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION FAIR !S. & C0 Props-, ' Furniture ! Finks!! Yf.4ttJiflCflBa' VHHHE&'B Hr For Ward-Robes Dressers, or anything in the General Furniture Line, see T. J. MORTON. N.N. &M.V.R.R. 1 TRiiaa UVK nEAYKU DAM. TRAINS QOINO WEST. M. 6, Mall and Exr"" I2, r' " V. T, Llmt4 Eiproi .'. HsWr. m. TRAINS (101 NO EA81. K. I, Mall and EiireM - Mir. u. . I, UmlUdEipr.i S.J a. h FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1892. ' ' - " i Trade at tbo D.itaar. The Reunion at Cromwell next Monday. Fresh lead and oil at Williams, Veil ft Coi. I'be triable Clothing House is Fair Brat. ft Co. Boyi straw bats only 5c, ot the Bazaar, Suits to please everybody at Fair Bros.' ft Co. The program for the Institute will be out next week. lee...

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. — 1 July 1892

fcH Hartford Republican FMDAY, JUIiYl, 18'Jlf. CLOVERPORT. June 2.). Miss Aline Murray is visitng friends in Winchester, Ky., Miss Katie BoWiner 13 n week in Ileiulerbon, with Iter sister, Mrs. Hurk, Miss Nnnnic Murray is in Owens boro visiting her friend, Miss .Jebine, nnd will go from there to Winchester for n few weeks. It ii given to your correspondent by one who is in position to know, lint Judge John Allen Murray will he a candidate for the Circuit Judgeship in this Circuit against Mclicth and Stone. Order gave an excursion to Louiswlle last Sunday the object was to see the Home nnd how it was conducted. The excursion was well attended by the Masons, their wives and children. Dick Hudson, chief engineer of the L. St. L.& T. 11. 11. has moved his headquarters to this place. From now on this will be the permanent headquarters of the engineering department of the road. Will ItaniEcr, Deputy Sheriff, and n few other good Democrats, left last Sunday to attend the Dcmociatic Nat...

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 July 1892

IT'S ' .tory is this that a dry crust with clean conscience is more to ho desirctla than millions of money with an aching heart. ict your ideal be to mid praclico the highest truth,, to muicr hilly the Christian science of right living, and not merely to minister to your own vanity and selfishness by gaining a few more pounds than you can spend, or by intriguing for positions uhich will bring you terrible responsibilties which you arc sadly unfitted to carry. Let your ideal lie to build up a manly charac ter, and then everything will fall into its proper place wealth shall bo yours if you know how to use it, and honor if you know how to use it." A ChtoWi ltilj(er. A letter uns received at the White Houo tho other day from a very modest gentleman in Iow.i, who, having learned that J. G. -Blaine, Secretary of State, had quit work, desired to 1 know the nature of tho Secretary's duties and what salary he received. If the pay was good and too much work not demanded he wished to for the ...

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 July 1892

runustiEi) nviJiiv ntiiuv mohnino. JO. II. HOfiKIIN, IMIIor nml Proprietor. Republican Ticket. Fon vKEsmnNT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, Of Indiniin. FOR VICE I'KiaiDKST, WHITKLAW REID, Of New York. FOIl rillMtlFP, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CI.UHK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. Evi:ry community in tho county should have a Harrison and Held club. Tin: summer number of tho School Journal, published nt New York and Chicago, is a mammoth educational paper full of the latest and newest things in education. The Journal is a great p.iper. Kentucky's is tho greatest do-nothing Legislature on record. A Democratic Legislature, in fact a Democratic anything, is a very costly luxury and the people arc beginning to find it out. Tin: chances are that the Little Owen contest of six years ago will be repented this summer and some straws seem to indicate that Mr.Rowe may yet not have a walkover in his nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney. Taking all in all there are prospects for a big Democratic scram...

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 July 1892

r U : ' f?" V FAIR BROS. & CO.e T II 1 X 10 0 8 In other words wo propose to DIMINISH Our stock and we intend to LESSEN The size of it, even if we have to SELL OUT At reduced prices for the next few weeks. Our semi-annual REDUCTION SALE Is now in full blast. Call for bargains at i n n HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION FAIR BUDS. & CO,, Preps., Fwifa! Mm!! BLbLbLbLbHbbLbLbLbLbLbBBbbV BbV For Ward-Robes Dressers, or anything in the General Furniture Line, Bee T. J. MORTON. N.N fcM.V.R.R. "WUKfSf TRAINS LEAVK BIAVKB DAM. TRAINS OOINO WE8T. V. , Mall and Biprtii ' V. T, Umt4 Kipr.it 11:30 r. at. TRAINS OOINO EAST. V. , Mill and M . . I, Llmlt.d Expp.P ,.. - "" Friday, july s, i92. Trade at the Bazaar. The best rigs on short notice at C. L. Field. Fair Br&s. fe Co. are the reliable clothiers. Buy your Trunks, Valises etc. from Sara & Me. Extra all wool suits 8G.60, at Fair Bros. & Co. Big bargains in Luster coats, at FaU'Bros. ft Co. Cqmo andBiiy7o""elfa new bug gy at 0. L. ...

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 July 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY," J ULY 8, 1 892?" " jrJTAVILLE. Since my last I liavn't ntrytliing of importance to write, except n revival of religion which conimcnccil nt Deancficld on the the 18th tilt. At first there was but littlo religious interest manifested, but the good brethren, Miller und B.irrett, seem to be men of untiring energy, standing on the good promises of God, and laughing nt impossibilities nml let ting their prayers and supplications asccud the- hill of tho Lord, until it seemed that the power of God wns resting on the entire community. After the meeting had gone- on several days it looked ns- if every door in tho place was opened lor the reception of Lord's servants. On last Sunday morning a Sabbath School was organized, which promises well for the future. On account of having no house it was thought best to move tho meeting to this place, where services can be conducted in Hardin's tobacco factory. Our citizens welcome the ministering brethren nml are just makin...

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 July 1892

UringYour Jol) Work "3S? K The HlSTD Republican iu TO TIIK ir . ice. rd SUBSCRIBE rort ti.k Wo are wull supplied with tho vary best material nil have in our employ us JO 8, JOiKRS, Publisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THD FOURTH CONCESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERMS S1.25 Fer Annnm, la Aim:!, mud workmen as cuu lie 8 mid. Prices reasonable. $1.25 per year. n m. ssnfi VOL. IV. HAllTFORDJKY., FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1892. NO. 50 tVG. ,H I. K 81" ill Stats Directory av.ni.r J, V. Ilrnwn Ij.nt.nBul J.trnr , M. (I. Alf.irH ii.ir.tarj elStal. lleidlcy Atl.raeT li.urrnl W. J, lie udrirk AN.Il.r I. (INiirin.in Tr.AMir.r Unit lluln R.litrof Laui' l.Rle. II. II. Snuiigo ArfJntBBt (len.ial . J. (!lo- M.ft. rutiii. ihkiiiitiinii 1:. r. Tiioui.on Cl.tk . AiMbiiib Plie Printer 1.' I'ulk Jnhnmi Olrriill (iiil Hip 4 lit alnndiy In May .dNe,fftnti. Jn.5. l.Pl.tlti. l'.tiiiii.aapallli'a Altoriipy Ine Noc ni.rk I' lUnlttii k eiiiaalloiier J Pllarrcll it j .r ."t"," Ail.ru.; r11',.'''11; clrrk.... Ilowun llnll.rn...

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 July 1892

Hartford Republican rum.tsm:i i:vi:nv ntttuY mounixo. jw. ii. iton:its, IMitm itrict rprilr. 1.. FK1DAY, JULY Hi, 18!l Republican Ticket. VOU ril!Hr.NT, HKNJAMIN llAUUlSOS. Of Imlimin, ym vioi: WHITFLAW HKII). Of New York. roit iii:iiiff, CLAYTON' L. WOODWARD. FOR ClltCllIT rOUIIT CI.KIIK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS Coi II. C Kino is eentened to be hanged at Mcniphi", the 12th of next month for the murder of lion. Dnviil I'oston. At Pnducah u molt of negroes attempt to rescue a negro prisoner that was in jail. The Militia was vnllcil into action to defend the jail, and one of them, Elmer Edward-, was mortally wounded. It is time for the Kepubli'ans of every precinct in Ohio county to or ganize clubs for the present campaign. They are organizing in other counties. The IJepublicans of Hart, ford precinct will organize to-morrow night, the colored voters of Hartford precinct will organize a club to-night, ami there nre already clubs organized in Cromwell precinct and at Taylor Mines, but it i...

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 July 1892

r FAIR BROS. A CO. A SUMMER STOCK r unload Wo do not say this merely to gel . you in our house, hut aetiia'lv have marked all our Summer Goods at exactly their COST in order to make room for our Large Fall Purchase. "By having the largest line of Spring Fabrics carried in Hartford this season we, of course, necessarily have some of the left, which from this date are going at some price: Fine in 11 1 1-4 reduced fioiii Crepitus " " , Pine apple and canton cloth Itortt friiiliatiiri reduced from " I'liutH " " " Cottonailes " " " Striped linen " " " Hrown linen " " " India " " A No oiler you big liargaiiiH in I.ikIich and (lontH Underwear. Millinery, Minn, Fan-, White goodi1, ISiblioii", An. SLIPPEISS. Childfciii' (lippers '' tu ." Children slippers 1' to S Miwe (dipper.- M to I'.' clipper V2 to '-' 8."e Ladies toe (dippers "tOc I. :u I i is oxford lies (worth $1.00) Hoc L.idie oxl'oid lies I woith $1.'J. ) !)5c l.jibr.i oxlniil lies t uoilh (J 1. 75) .'2 tt?We haw a Liege Line of thes...

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 July 1892

- 1''' qiiiirji.ainintTriTr,"",,a"tTm, llarllord Republican "" KIM DAY. .'. M. I""-'. Resolutions ol' Respect. WirriiCA". It Inn plwiMil tin' Al. nnktv ('ixl in li i-" wi'i" proviili'itoe t miniivp fnilll till' I'lHMO "I "'I'' !'""" eihood, our veil lielnvnl IViciul and hrntlicr Stunt Kid-on, 1'. N. V. "I"! our b'u, who depattcd till- lilo Mavl'.lt tsiVJ. Wi'.Ii'h tin ."'' Im- v"e liuvi' in tho -ever i. i. ;.. - .ii. :.... .,!,,.;. L'lll'l! Ol U 1111 K III iurini"iiii - wi.n.i. He win milil inul ttoiitli' in tiim, ii heart lull of .ymputhy tor fiiileriiiK humanity !'"' " "an,l ov' cr ready to evtend ii'liel'tn tlieiui'dy. A lu'iticn he va upiijlit and true eiiihiiiliiiiuiit ol manhood: 1!ioi.vi:i. That in hi" death we hope Heaven liti" piined a .-mil and c:eh ol ur ha.- one ever dear; not only lor hi- and viiloni in In- l.odjre, hut a hrijjht and shilling eauip!e of n ihm1 Odd I'ellow and loyal eition. Kixti.vi'H, That in memory of our dear hrolher the Sacred Alter and Chaiterhe dra...

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 July 1892

R 'Taa'illaalMMia'WaaiaaT tMcmU jHirtiiitur W& jjYotir Job Work 'JilS fZl fi a -J ,'ij TO THK The Haetdrb Refuelican. SUESCUIBE nut nil; Wo are well supplied with the rery host material I mid li:iTu in our etujiloy us JO, B, ROGERS. Fnbh'sher. OFFICIAL OROAK OF IHE PARTV IH THE FOBP.IH COMSSIO SISTEICT. MS S1.2S Per Annua, la Ata, flood workmen us can lie fonud. Prices reasonable. S1.2L per year. nl J?fil VOL. IV. HA11TFOKD, KV., JflllDAY, JULY 22, 18,)2. NO. 51. m nC State Directory utaraar J, Y. Unix n l.ifiUteiiAiil .oTeriinr.... M.C.Air.inl .Imelary ol Hlatr ll.i.lliy Alt.mv) litiirrul W.J. Ilendriek itiJil.r I, C Norman Trau.ur.r ..Unit) IUIi Ragltiarnr l.an.l itflle II. II. Haiuik" Wjnliiutljriiri A..I Urn Napl. PiiMIr llinlruetiiil V. I'. 'IIioiiimmi t.rk A. A,l,l.mi Pnalie Printer K Polk.lnliii.ni Dir.rcror.Y. irault Court mum ne. tin- 1th Monday In May ail .Siitrllltiol. t.l'l.lllla romiiiainiiiillli'" Allornvy -J'.' rl.rk C llurdnlek ttuiMl. .Inner -1 I' Marred cewsT e...

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 July 1892

Hartford Republican rUBMSllKD KVlIltY KKI1IAY MOKNIXO. JO. II. ROMKHN. IMIIor nn.l l'ro.rittor. FRIDAY, JULV 22, 1802. Republican Ticket. KOll l'Hiailil'.NT, BENJAMIN HARK1SON, Of Indiana. fou vici: I'luamiivr, WIUTELAW REM), Of New York. fou -minim', CLAYTON J,. WOODWARD. FOR CIRCUIT I.'OUIIT C'l.UIIK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. If you wish to "ote for Free Trmlc vote the Democratic ticket. Rain 1ms Inlleii every ilay for three weeks at Jackson, Miss., and Peail River ia higher than at any tune since 1857. Lct the man who says this isn't a billion dollar country look at the total exports for the United States, for the year ending June the 30th. Tiik Fourth Congressional District Convention is .called to meet at August ltftli, at which time the Hon. A.B. Montgomery's successor Mill be nominated. Tin: death of brilliant Tom Robinson, which occurred at Kli.abethtmvn last Monday, Bhould be one more object lesson to'young men to leave strong drink severely alone. Wk thought there was somethin...

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 July 1892

. i: FAIR BROS. & CO. A SUMMER STOCK To unload at COST. We do not say this' merely to ge( you in our house, but aetua'ly have marked all our Summer Goods at exactly their COST in order to make room for our Large Fall Purchase. By having the largest line of Spring Fabrics carried in Hartford this season wo, of course, necessarily have some of the left, which irom this date are going at some price: Fine mulls reduced from to 10c Creponn " " 10c to 80 I'ine apple nnil etuiton cloth V2c to 10c Host (.'inclining reduced from 10c to 8u " Prints " " 7ctjf)c " Cuttonndes " " to 10c " .Striped linen " " -'Oc to Ifie " Itrnwii linen " " 2f)c to 20c ' India " " Ific to lUJo A leu oiler you big bargain in I.adie nnil (ieuts Underwear. I.acea, Millineiy, Mittx, Knns, Umbrella, White gondii, Ribbons, Ac. Children flippers 12 to . oOc Childrens slippers li to 8 '"0c Miitses slippers 8 to 12 "fie Hi slippers- 12 to 2 8fic Ladies toe slippers 0c Ladies oxford ties (worth $1.00) 8"c Ladie. oxl'or...

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 July 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1892. A California wondor. Nun KrMioirn Kxiiliumr.J "The queerest country I ever saw," said Simon Asking, fur twenty-eight years a soldier on the American frontier, yesterday nt the Grand, "is thnt immediately about Dry Lake in county. I was u Sergeant there under Gen. Whcaton during the Modoc war. It is almost and arid plain, with some alkali scattered here and theic over it, and its area is about two and a half by four miles. On one Bide arc the Pit River Mountains and on another are big pine woods, while to the west are the famous lava beds in which the Indians hid during that last great California strugglo with the savages. "Well a winding road leads up from the valley below into the curious basin If u horse walks on this KINDERHOOK. July Kith. The wheat thresher ha pas.isd through this vicinity nud threshed nearly every crop. The yield is good, better than it lias been for years. Miss LulaThixton, Owensboro, and Miss Unth IIulIinan,Kvauville...

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