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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 29 July 1892

saa'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'aaa,a'a'a' llW MBMBtM The Haeteord Eepuelicai.v USrlA.U n m in i i u i m cx. m HringYour .Toll Work m to Tin: SUBSCRIBE I Oil 'Jill We are well supplied With the very bent material CI and hare in our employ as JO, S, ROQERS. PabliffHer. OFFICIAL OMAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Per Annua, In himtt, good workmen us own lie fennel. Price- reasonable $1.25 per year. WL VOL. IV. HAliTFOHD, K Y., JFPtlDAY. J lTLY 20, 1892. NO. 52. fnM Stat Directory totara.r J. Y. llrowii l.ilUuant fiirmor M. 0. Alford waUry nfHut lltailli y Allarasy asiirMl.. W.J. llrnurick laM..r -I. (J Norman Tracsurer ..Henry Hair agister or l.asdonice... II. II. SWHllfll Urnrrsi A.J.linw pi. hibllt Instruction . K. 1'. Thoinnii lark A. Adhllnf 1'r.hlir 1'rlnler ,.-..K I'ulk lohiim COTMiTWX" DrSl3SCX03R."X". iraull Court eonfenra Hip IIIi Monday In May atd Notember. , , JiJt.r. I.ri.illi Cvrninenttratlira Attorney IT1'"? r! Hrfc..... U Ilardwh k BeiuMlsilon.r m J I' Harret...

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. — 29 July 1892

Hartford Republican nml confidently expect ti.e most i:vi:itv rutiiAY mohninq. JO. II. lt(MJi:i(S, . I.'.tllor Kinl l'roirlolor. F1UDAY, JULY '-!), 1892. Republican Ticket roit imaii)i:sT, BENJAMIN 1IAKKIS0N, Of Indiana, xok vicr. riti:iinr.NT, WIHTELAW KEII), Of New York. roit HiiniiiFP, CLAYTON L. WOODWAKD. l'OR CIIICUIT COUltT CI.KIIK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. County week. Convention toniorrow Ohio county litis the bent Institute in this cnil of the State. l'oidONKl) ice cream caused tlio death of Miss Fannie Snilninn, near Covington, hut Monday. Tin: prosecution of thcMitchell ease at Memphis is believed to he knocked out. The defence closed its with a large array of expert evidence. Tin: h'it number of Fetters Southern Mtwzinc, published in Louis vilie, has nppearcd and is a paper of beauty of execution and deserves a long life. C.ii.iroitNi.i Republicans met at Sacramento and indorsed the Minneapolis Platform. Chairman Myers, of the State Central Cominittc, called the Convention t...

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. — 29 July 1892

FAIR BROS. CO. A SUMMER STOCK To unload at COST. We do not say this merely to ge you in our house, but actually 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 mulls reduced from l-i to 10c Crepons " " 10c to 8c l'inc! npplo and canton cloth P-Jc to 10c Vent ginghuuiH reduced from 10c to 8Ac "Prints " " Tctofjc " Cottonade " " ".OotolfSc " Striped linen " " '20c to lfie " Brown linen " " 25c to 20c "India " lfc to 12Ac Also oiler you big bargains in Ladies nnd CJentn Underwear. Lacea, Millinery, MitU, Fans, Umbrellas, White good, llibbona, &c. SLIPPEES. Child rem slippcra 2 to Children ulipporfl ti to 8 Mini .ilipicr 8 to 12 UiMM slipper 12 to 2 Ijidicn toe flippers Idie oxford ties (worth $1.00) Ladif oxford tie (worth $1 ,2.) , Ladle oxford ties...

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. — 29 July 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, JULY 2U, 181)2. BEAVER DAM. July 18, 16S1. Eijitou Uni'iiiiucAN. There are few things so disgusting to a person with rt well balanced mind and correct tastes as the ignoble scramble for distinction that is seen every day to be taking place among men of not even mediocre talent and of not the remotest prospects ot ever meriting iccognition, and especially in politics the most noise is made by this class. It is a wonder some of them do not grow cars to match their voice and habits of mind and body. The can't word, "check," expresses it great deal, and cheek is often coveted, but it is doubtful if its possession does more good than harm if we take the licld at large. It is this that demands for itself rewards which arc not its deserts, while modest merit, the unfailing token of true worth will lie in quiet usefulness until noticed by sonic scrutinizing eye and brought forthjby the kind hand of Opportunity or the rougher one of Necessity and set upon the pcdo...

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 August 1892

Tiiili M HiyiTn77T.Wyni,SaHTriTa nrin.rVt.nr .fol. Work 'j i ps VS& ."- w; MPifBMCI rt) thi: The HiETDED Eepubucm' SUBSCKIBE ion inr Wo am well supplied with thu very best muturhtl mid have in our employ us JO, B, ROGERS. Publisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL EISTRICT, TERX3 SI.25 ?c? Annua, In Adnnee. jrootl workmen us can b found. I 'rices reasonable. $1.25 per year. V. .S 0 VOL. V. HA11TFOKD, KY., FHIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1892. NO. 1. 3nW CT Krrii rrV j: ssxii State Directory liniemar J, V. Ilrti lut i'i nor M ' Alf.irsl aivriUr) of Wale llemlli) Altiiini') llnunil W..1, Hi mini k Aielilsr I' 0 Net Mini Tri uxiiror Ilrnr) Hale Itt'dlctiT nr l.an.l Olllee II. II. Saiinit" Ailiutniit lUiiFim V ' (n Mil ft. Plll'liii 1 IK t loll II. I. 'I In mi I tl( A. A1I1I11U1 fubha I'rlnli r , I". l'lk JnlinnKi . - -- -1- t'lri'iilt Court iniivini'K tln ttli Momlii In Ma) mi. I Niiteinhci. JiiJd 1.1'I.iUie riiuimneiilili'" Attorney -Joe ."i' cli rk '' llanlnlek IT It in...

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 August 1892

Hartford Republican ronuenr.1) evi:uy fkiday moknino. jo. ii. itoji:i(N IMIInr I rrvTirtr. FKIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1892. Republican Ticket. KOlt l'UlKIDIINT, BENJAMIN IIAHU1S0N, Of Iiulinnn, foh vici: i'kimioi:st, WHITELAW KEID, Of New York. FOIt ttllKIUFF, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. tor cntcmr coiiht ci.niiK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. Totoni:ow is the Convention. Tins is the year of Republican success in the Fourth Congressional District. So let every llcpublicnii in the county turn out to-morrow unil assist in cho.'isir.g n candidate. Tin: Democratic party is afraid of its Free Trade position and is attempting to dodge the issue in the cam paign and take up the Force Hill, hut the people are acquainted with Democratic siihterfuges. HiTixoN TiiATOirr.it is the Hepuhli can candidate for Circuit Clerk of llutler county, and ot course that means he will be elected. He is an energetic and popular young man, who will make an excellent Clerk. Tiik Democrats in Congress are heaping shame upon their own he...

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 August 1892

V i iirwii'jHM FAIR BROS. & CO. REPUTATION. .iri)(!Mi:NT. RELIAIIILITY, merit. SUPERIORITY. variety. PROMPTNESS. i "irmrnrTrrr -- FACILITY. EXPERIENCE. HMTIM HIIMllMfi I VMM MIOS. & CO., Props.. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION Fnniivn! Mm!! 1'or Ward-lobes Dressers, Suits,Kock-1 . ....1,:,.. ,',. tlio in (jleiieral Furniture I jllie, See , T. .1. MOKTON. I N. N & M. V. R. R. fraijrilSwM'njitl tTMi! im i.kwi: ih:vi:k pm. TKMNS l,lllMi WK-I". No r.. Mill nn.lllxi'n I""1 " . No. 7, l.lmrtisl Kin- OOIMI i:s.. No. , Mull nn.l i:xT.. - I'Hr. m. Nn. , I.IiiiIipiI I'.il'U ' - "' '- M Fi7?DAYT AUGUST l, 1HIW." " Cam barber. Always trade at the IWanr. See the Base Ball game. Monday. Nice Lawns, lu per paid at the Bazaar. Call on Cain, the barber, for good woik. fee at Williams Bro, at any hour, or in any quantity. B". Look at our now line of Clothing, I know you will buy, at Kahn's WiieSercen Doors and iic Cloth for sale elu an at Williams Bros. tf Catchier it Burton are always at ' h ...

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 August 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, J 1892. - Retaliation Against Canada. l.oiii"MII fi'iMliii'li'ml'J Tlio by both lioii'esof Con gross of n bill ntitliori.ing the torctallmteon Cniintln for her violations of the treaty with us in regard to the Wclhiiirt canal ia n step in the right direction. Some of the Ca nadian papers speak of it as a piece of campaign bluster, which shows lioth ignorance and assurance on thci part. Ignorance, because they do not know that our Senate and House arc controlled by different parties, nnd assurance, because the sham negotiations about reciprocity, which the Canadian Tory Government pressed last winter, were surely one of its tricks to gull Canadian voters. During those negotiations the Canadian commission era agreed that the discriminations against our vessels passing the canal should be abragated, but no sooner had the by elections in Canada been carried than the-e discriminations were formally renewed without any explanation for another jcar. Under such c...

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. — 12 August 1892

r - The Haetded Eepublicak v.? IPX UriiijrVour Job Work W !Wu t m. to tiii: SUBSCRIBE it it mr Wo MID Woll Supplied witli tho very bosttnutnrinl 0 imil have in our employ us JO, B, ROGERS, Publisher. OFFICIAL OMAN OF THE Um IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL 2ISTRICT. Per Amm, la Advance. jjuoel workmen as can lio found. Prices reasonable. $1.25 per year. friM yerrP JVI 171 VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1892. NO. 2. 'Saw rtv AtVV State Directory lintcnior -I. V. Ilrmtn l.iciilcniiit Jntriir M. 0. AITonl AwUIJ of Ht.ltP - lli'iillrjr Alfnriny ei.n.riil W. .1, Hi mini k Atnlll.r I. e) Norman r ID nry Ituln of (1, It. Snnnci Adjutant fleni rm t..l. CIiiim IHiipl. filllie Innlriictlnn I'.. I'- 'llwni.nn I'lcik t. Add on. I'lihliei Printer I! I'nlle .InhriBm cotr:rir Diascroii": Circuit (,'onrl pniivrni'ii the llh Monday In May mitl JnaVn I.I' l.itttci e'l.iuiniiiHtMllli' Attorne) -Iop Nop Clerk (' lliirdnlck J I' llirn It CSTTZIT'. J ml I I I' Morton .', Allnrniy I' I. Veil CU rk I...

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. — 12 August 1892

s Hartford Republican ronuinKD evkhv i'kiuay mousing. JO. II. MOHKIIN, . IMItor mid l'rnrli'lor. FIUDAY, AUGUST 12, 1892. - Republican Ticket. kou I'ltiinnNT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, Of Imlinnn, for vicn ritlSlDKNT, WIIITKLAW REID, Of New York. FOIl dllKltlFf, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. FOR CIUCUIT COTIltT Cl.i:ilK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. Ohio county should lmvc a full delegntion at Kluabethtown to-morrow. A voti: for Democracy is n vote for Free Trade so is a voto for the Third Party. A Democrat always laughs in his sleeve when he hears a Republican declare himself for the Third Party. Coi,. H, Clay Kino, who murdered lawyer Poston, in Memphis, Tenn., a year ago and was sentenced to he hanged August 12, was commuted by Gov. Buchanan and will serve n life sentence in the penitentiary. Wiif.n in the history, of the couu try would a dollar buy more of the necessaries or luxuries of life than nt the present? Never! Yet the Free Trade fanatics are continually crying that Republican Protection is rob...

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. — 12 August 1892

.1 f FAIR BROS. & CO. IMPUTATION. JUDGMENT. RKLIARILITY, ixiucnaoi MKKIT. SUPERIORITY, VARIETY. PROM 1TN ESS. FACILITY, EXPERIENCE. PAIR BROS. & CO., Props., HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION Furniture! Furniture 1 1 For Ward -Robes Dressers, or anything in the General Furniture Line, see T. J. MORTON. N.N. &M.V.R.R. ux&S?gTil TRAINS l.KWH IIKU'KIt MM. TIU INS tiOIMl No. S. Mali IMOr. . No. 7, l.tmrtnl r.ri'i lino i'. . TI1XINS f.tll.NO l'.ASI. No. C, Mail nml - H r. M. No. s, l.lmlli'.l Kit"' f - . JIAAUOUST 12, 18i)L Trade at Anderson's Biunnr. Still in the Ring Red Front. Hats at tho Red Front at cost. To make room for fall stock, goods go nt the Red Front. The newest styles of stationery nt Williams, Rcll & Co. I am going to Kalin's fur a suit, lint, shoes nnd socks. Ico nt Willinms Rros., nt any hour, or in auy quantity. tf. Go to the Red Front forDryGoods, ns tho Good must be sold. Fur Goods sold cheap, enter your appearance- at tho Red Front. Wire Screen Doors an...

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. — 12 August 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1892. "Washington. Tlio Uepublicnii Semite, uiilikc the Democratic House, is fully nlive to the necessity of a new Government Printing Ollice, anil it has passed a rcsolu tion authorizing the committee- on Printing to sit miring the recess for the purpose of taking testimony in regard to the selection of a site upon which to build it. Republicans kept out of the disgraceful secncsdaily enacted before tho committee which pretended to investigate the charge that Democratic Representatives had been on the floor drunk during the present session made by Representative Tom Watson, a People's Party member from Georgia. The committee has not submitted its report, but from tho evidence taken it will have to render the Scotch verdict "not proven," in the case of Representative Cobb, of Alabama, the only member uufortuuate enough to have his name brought out during the so-called investigation, although no names wero mentioned in tho original charge, but a...

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. — 19 August 1892

The Haeteord EepublicaS VS3 i pk W83 nringVoiir Joh Work W to thi: SUBSCRIBE roit Tin Wit are wiill supplied REPfJGLiCAN with the very Ixst nmturial mid liuvu in oiirotiiplny iiM JO, : ROGERS. Publisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TEAMS Sl.25 Per Annum, la AItum. good workmen us ciin ho found. Prices reasonable. $1.25 per year. JhK js; SaFia VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1892. NO. 3. m& sS&i KnC State Directory lintcrnor .1. Y llritii ii Kirtilrit mt .on ru.ir.... M.CUr.ml Sut ri lur) nl HIiUi lleullpy Altnrne) (!( in ml W .1. Ilemlrnk AHilllnr Hl. (' rVoritmu Tri'inrir , llinr) lliili' of Lull' ottice II 11. Siiimo A.ljulJint it A.J.Iln. Kupt. I'ul.lie Iiitiriulim i:. p. 'ri hi Clerk t. AiMnm. t'nl.Iiu I'rlnliT I! I'oll; .liilmii CO"! rir sir.ECSor.T. Cite nit I'nurl lien II"' llli Munil i) In M) ml Smi lulu I. i i, i 1.1' l.illiu .-I"'' 'N"."' Clerk li,,i,."il.'lM".k. I'uiiiiHls.lniii r ' I l f JuJk.' ' .!' "y;'1;'' Atlorn...

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. — 19 August 1892

Hartford Republican rtniusurjj i:vj:by khiiuy .moiixi.no. JO. II. ItOdlJtS, lMllor nml Proprietor. FRIDAY, AUGUST 111, 1802. Republican Ticket. FOlt vitiinr.NT, BENJAMIN HAIUUSON, Of Indiana, F-on vici: ritiwinnsT, WHITELAW REID, Of New York. KOIt C0NHKK8S C. M. BAUNE1T, Of Ohio County. FOlt rilUMtlFF, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. FOR ClltOUIT t'OtlltT Cl.KUK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. On to victory. Ho, for Central City tomorrow. Montgomery has had his last walkover. Baiini:tt will give Montgomery plenty to do. Nancy Hanks is Queen of the Turf. Her record is 2:07 1 4. It matters not which is right, the Legislature or the Governor.itis Democratic incompetency just the same. Lirr's have a joint discussion bo tween the Republican and Democratic Electors nt Hartford light soon. What do you saj? In view of the recent Legistive farce jdayed at Frankfort. we ate compelled to exclaim; "0, inconsistency thy name it Democracy." Ilutitt O'Donniiu, began work for the Carnegie Company at (!7cents per day an...

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. — 19 August 1892

f 7 FAIR BROS, & CO. KKI'UTATIOX. .lUDOMLNT. KLLIAIIILITV. MK I J IT. SUI'LUlOltlTY. va kilty, l'HOMITXFsS. ' j - T m Minim FACILITY i'aih mtos. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION Furniture! Furailurel! For Ward -Hobos Dressers, Suils,Bock-ors oranythingin the General Furniture .Jjine, sep l ' .).. MOUTON. N. N & M. V. R. R. ifoLJtA. Js&Vi rtfc rnMMI.KWIIUKWKII I.M. tuvins koimi wiar, N. 5. Mull niili:Ti I2.1r. .Ni, 7, l.lim lo.l r..n Ill'ir. . ('IUISS COMi Klb'l. tyi. k, 1II uti.l l.jr''f' " ,',l,r " &.', l.liiiilnir.r.' : !" SFUID A yT A UG UST 1 Ul 8027" Hurrah, for Coleman v. Co., Buy your shoes of HnckerifcTubnr. Coleman & Co. will i-ell nothing on credit. Come and sec the new stylo Buggy at C. b. Field. - If you want men's h.ils dont fail to pall at Bed Front. Oxford tics me filing cheap at tho l'.ol Fiont, Hartford Ky. Finest line of calicoes in Ohio county at Coleman & Co's, White goods dirt cheap at tho Bed Frontjtheso goods must go. All Summer goods nt the ...

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. — 19 August 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, AUGUST HI, 1892. HIGHLAND PARK. August 8, '1)2. Exiled, ns it were, Irom the free unrestricted rights ami liberties of country life, 1 tun located hero in a thriving little town, n suburb of the grcnt metropolis of Highland l'ark, a beautiful plateau, is situated on tho h. & N. railroad in Jcllerson county.Kcntucky about 1$ miles youth ol the business center of Louisville. Our town is of considerable magnitude in area, 1 miles in length by 1 mile wide. We have about f00 inhabitants, 100 Residences, 4 general stores, .'I Manufacturing establishments, Planing mill, Brick Plant, Furniture and Tile factory. A.woolcn factory is being erected here alto, which will add very much to the progiess of our town. The Planing Mill and Brick Plants arc the most complete concerns of their kind in tho state, employing 100 hands and turning out every kind of manufactured articles, in their line, for which there is any demand, we have every facility lor manufacturing an...

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. — 26 August 1892

t H3H HriiitfYour .fob Work & TO TUB Office, Wo are well suniillud with thoVory best material ami have in our employ ns fjoixl workmen lis can be found. I'ncos reasonable. V. K sss State Directory (f oTirnor ..I. V. llrimn Lieutenant invenir M.O.AIf.ird (if Hindi Attorney Oeiieral AN'.. I. ilendrick Auditor I. ! Norman Treasurer ......Mi Dry Hull' Register of Lniidlltllie., ...II. It. Httntiirii Adjutant General ..... A. J. firm. Mupt, I'uMir luiructlon. ....I I. Thorn-on t. Addiims Public I'rlnliT ..K PiilkJolunMsi covitt: anjEsrssr. Circuit Court mini lies the -I tit Miiml.1) In May and Juge.'...rt I. I'l.iltl. ('oiiiluoliucallh's Attorney loe Noe Clerk......,....: ' llnnlwii k CiMallier J 1' Horn tt , . covar. Judge . -I I' Morton Attorney I' I. Fell Clirk Hi. vv .in llnlbrouk Sheriff H C Tii) lor lallrr..... ....l I'Tomsoii I'oiirtconvtne. the l.t .Monday In est h inutili osvsr. 'iiiirl coiivhics tin' Jnl .Monday In January, A 1 r 1 1 , July and Hi Oturt of Claims. Court Ik....

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. — 26 August 1892

Hartford Republican ruBLisiiKD i:vi:hy kkiiuy mohnino. JO. II. KOMEIIN, Killtor ami Proprietor. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2G, 1892. Wc arc authorized to announce W. T. OWEN, As a candidate for Circuit" Judge in this Judicial District, composed of the counties of Daviess, McLean, Ohio and Hancock, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Republican Ticket. KOH I'ltlSIVUXT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, Of Indiana, ron vicn rmaiDKNT, WIIITELAW REID, Of New York. FOIl CON1IIIES3 C. M. BARNETT, Of Ohio County. FOIt rillEMFF, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. FOIt CIltCUIT COURT Cl.r.KK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. Tiik big switchmen's strike at Bufla lo is at an end. Tin: Union Sunday School Convention met at Princeton this week. Several delegates in attendance trom our county. Tin: success of the Republican party means high wages and prosperity; the success of the Democratic party means low wages .md poverty. Tin: Commercial says: "In cleaning up after the Legislature adjourned last week, Governor Brown found u little sm...

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. — 26 August 1892

r V ' ' v U ; FAIR BROS. ft CO. -THE a a a e r reputation. OF judgment. 3 "va. o c e s s - RELIABILITY. MERIT. SUPERIORITY. VARIETY, PROMPTNESS. FACILITY. EXPERIENCE. FAIR BROS. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION Finito! Furniture ! ! For Ward-Robes Dressers, or anything in the General Furniture Line, see T. J. MORTON. . - N.N. &M.V.R.R. TRUSS I.KU'K DKIVKH HAM. THAINS OOINO WHT. Wt. I, Meil snd Kiprrs 12:10 r. Ko,,T, Llmeted KlTOH ll:.V)r. u, TRAINS C10INO KA8T. Wo. , Mail nl KiprrM .l:r. it. I. I, Limited Kzrrrm Mi i. FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1892. The best Hats at Kahn's. ''Hurrah, for Colt man it Co., Tho best Dry goods at Kahn's. Buy your shoes of Hocker & Tabor. The best Ladies Shoes at Kahn's. Coleman &Co. will sell nothing on credit. Remember the Bchool Suits at Kahn's. Buy your School books from Williams, 'Bell fc Co. McHcury vs Owensboro, September 8, at McHcury. Buy your Campaign HaUof Coleman & Co., Beaver Dam. 3t Williams, Bell & Co. sell school books at very reas...

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. — 26 August 1892

Hartford Eepublican FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1892. CENTERTOWN. August 20. Mies Fannie V niton, til Ureenvillc, is the guest of Misses Btelln and Ua Stroud. Mies Etta Bennett returned from Owensboro Monday after pleasant visit of several week to relatives and friends. Kcv. Win. Godbcy and wile attended the quarterly meeting at McIIcn ry Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Ida Paxton and son, Tom, ot Louisville, arc spending the summer here with relatives. Miss Julia Hopgood.of Morgantield, who has been visiting Mrs. J. K. Smith, left for Lexington Monday, where the will spend the rest of the summer. Miss Sallie Koss was the guest of Miss Blanche Greenwood last wecK. Prof. A. Lee Bennett will move his family to Kosinesoon. Wc regret to lose such a good citizen, even for n short time. Mrs Addie Styles and little son, Guy, of Louisville, are the guests of her parents, Kev. nnd Mrs. Airs. C. L. Woodward visited relatives at Hartford and Sulphur Springs last week. Dr. Drake, South Carrollton, is in town ...

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