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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 2 September 1892

aV . 1 flWlV H)'. State Directory (intirnnr I. llnn l.iriitininl Jo irinir M.C Alton! nfWiilw lltwlli) Allerue) Hi in til W .1. Id n.lrick Auditor I' 0 Norm i TrruMircr Ilfiir IIhIp ItegWin.r Lull "Mm ii.H 'minxi. AiljiitmitUuiini V.. I. llni Nn.t. I'lil'llr I!. I'. 'I liiiinii I'lvik ViMhih public I'. I'o1I:.IiiIiiihi ccttit'stit KEssrer. Cin'iiil I'mirl iiintiiim the III, Mmnl i) In Mm) mnl.Ninnnlr. lintce I.IM.iltie Coiiimnnwciillh ' Attorney - .v'"',' 'V'.1' Clerk llurilitlck I'ihiiihIiii'Iiiiii r Il'llirnlt C3V1TST CCTT.S. . . ... . J 1' MiirliM, .V.":::::"""". ... ...... .. n . Kill W" -- - nilKIKTIHHIIH ... KliUiIll Ilnll.rimk Slmrlll :!.t..'1'"l"r jullrr I 1 loin.on roiirtcnnti'iii Hit- lt Muiul") In iiii'I, iniinlli eorr.T. t'uurl toutcnos the Sr.l Monday in Juniwry, Jpril,,liily n.tiitinr. Coa.rt ef Claims. Court ll' 1ft Monday in Oilolnr mid Jaiiinir). Mii.tlce'i. court. In 1 1 m Mnn Ii, J line, ft 'l' ."Iff niul ml r, nt 'iT .Uli ii inn . 1.1 W Tinner, ft, 4,4, 4, Ill ro...

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. — 2 September 1892

Hartford Republican ITBUBUM) KVKIIY FHIDAY MOUSING. JO. II. IMMJIJIS, . IMIInr ami Proprietor. FRIDAY, SKITEMBEU 2, 1892. Wo nrc nutliorizctl to nnnounco W. T. OWEN, As a candidate for Circuit Judge in this Judicial District, coin posed of the counties of Daviess, McLean, Ohio and Hancock, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Republican Ticket. KOK l'HtSIDKNT, BENJAMIN' 1IAKU1SON, Of Indiana. Foil via: rHis!Di:sT, WIIITELAW I5EID, Of New York. roit CONOIMS C. M. BAUNETT, Of Ohio County. FOlt rfllKIUFF, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. FOIl CIltCUIT 1,'OIIUT Cl.lIHK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. Ciioi.kua has reached our shores. Ai.aii.vma teaches the People's Par ty and the world that what the South funr i nut lie; o iliiiiiiiintiiii, hut overthrow of the domination of the the Democratic oligarchy. Nacy Hanks trotted a mile at Iiidpcudencv, Imva. on a Uit. ImptiJ track Wediu'Ml.iy in Three minutes than ever made, liy any other trotter. Huriah, for Ken tucky! Two men were killed with pitols 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. — 2 September 1892

r f km ARRIVING FAIR BROS. & CO'S Mammoth Every Dollar's Worth was bought for SPOT CASH, and we can assure the people of Ohio County that they will be able, to find in our house the best of values for the feast money. We are Too Just now to say much about mir Fall took, but we pause To ZLauLgiL With those who laugh, and remark that the prorpects of Bit? Trade is Just Now About as encouraging as one could ask for. FAIR BROS. & CO., The Dry Goods and Clothing Men of Ohio County. Mm! Junto!! VVHH For Ward -Robes Dressers, or anything in the General Furniture Line, see T. .1. MORTON. i N.N.&M.V.R.R. TWINS LKIVH HKAVIIlt DAM. TKUN3 (H)INfl WEST. No. t. Mull Mill KiprM. 12.10 r. m. Kb. 1, I.lmcted Kprr 11:30 r. M. TKAINH (iOIM! F.Ah'l. Vn.t, Kill on. I Kirr - lMSr. M. No. t, Minllml Bipre - ' " FRIDAY, SEPTEMHER 2, 1892. ...i , i' " Gold rings nt Kahn's. Trado with Carson & Co. Best TicKing nt Kahn's. Get your specks nt Kahns. Get your clothing at Kahn's Trade nt Anderson'...

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. — 2 September 1892

IHl) Hartford Republican FRIDAY, SErrEMlJER '-', 1802. In Memory of George S. San dorlur. George S. rfanderfur was horn Dec. 17, 18G7, .lie.l July 28, 18112. He was converted to Christianity at twelve years of age ami joined tho Methodist Church a few years later. After his conversion he was noted for his pious walk and strict adherence to his faith. It was the delight of his associates to call him "a little His reply was: "I'd rather he a little christian than a hig sinner." This was a great cross for a young christian to hear, but he was never known to falter. In early manhood he adopted the profession of teaching mid for a time taught in Ohio county, where he always gave entire satisfaction, taking into the schoolroom that christian influence which he manifested when first converted. In the school-room he wns always kind and pleasant, thus winning the love and respect of pntrotm nnd pupils. Two years ago he concluded that he could better himself by going to Texas. He bid father, ...

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. — 9 September 1892

m J38 llrii.KVoiir Jul) Work Bl 3? fiSPISMffl to tiii: The Haetford Bepublican. SUBSCRIBE roi: the Vu nro wull supplied with tlio very bust nuttcri'itl N nud liavu in our employ us JO, B, ROGERS, Publisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Fer Annum, In Aimce, (food workmen as cnn b found. Prices re.'isonal ile. $1.25 per year. K VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1892. NO. 6. ?? K ZZL. State Directory Governor J. Y. Drown Lientrnint lovcrnor ...M.C.AIforil lerettry of State....- llesdlcy Allsrney fleiicial W. .1, llcmlnck Amlllor LONormnn Trensuf.r Htiiry llnlo of Liii'l (Mine (t. II. Hwnngo Adjutant Oenern A. J. "rum Hupt. I'tiblle Instruction K. I'. Thomson Cl.tli..'. A. Addmns Publia Printer ....I! 1j1 fct .Inhnsoi i.i eoTTiTtsTT srunesoxi": M Circuit Court comcneii the III, In Mnjr nil November. Jnic LI'Litllo Commonwealth's Attorney .....JOcNoc (3trk 0 llardwh k iuoaitaisslimer J I'llnriclt Jadga ,...., - J I" Miirton Aitornf y r' 1 ' ...

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. — 9 September 1892

Hartford Republican ' " ' f " ' m - ; POBLHItrJ) EVKHY FKIUAV MORNING. JO. n. BOUKIIN, .Blllor nn.l Proprietor. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1892. Wo are authorized to nnnouco E. P. NEAL, Of Prcntis, Ohio county, ns a caudi date for Conimniiwpaltli'fl Attorney of the Sixth Judicial District of Kentucky, composed of tlio counties of Ohio, Hancock, Duviciw and McLean. Election, Novenuler 8, 1802. Republican Ticket. Fon pkfsidi:nt, BENJAMIN HARRISON. Of Indiana, FOR VICB I'lHMlDKST, WHITELAW REID, Of New York. fok conohi:ss C. M. BARNETT, Of Ohio County. FOIt dllKMFl', CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. fou cntcuiT coiikt clkiik, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. Stevenson is to make some speeches in North Carolina aud several other reliably Democratic localities where they cannot do the Republican party any good. Globe-Democrat. Ock genial fellow-townsman, J. Edwin Rowc, was nominated in the Democratic primary last Saturday for for Commonwealth's Attorney, by a majority of about 1,500 over his competitor, Mr. J. G. Tay...

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. — 9 September 1892

f c i v. i H-k J 1 ARE ARRIVING FAIR Mammoth ft- & CO'S Fall Stock. Every Dollar's Worth was bought for SPOT CASH, and wo can assure the people of Ohio County that they will be able to find in our house the best of values for the feast money. We are. Too Just now to say much about 4 OU! Fall To Just How StOCk, but We pailSe With those who laugh, and remark that the prorpects of Big Trade is About as encouraging as one could ask for. FAIR BROS. & CO., The Dry Goods" and Clothing Men of Ohio County1 Fnitan! Furniture!! irSf'E8RIi HK9BE' f mRE For Ward -Robes Dressers, or anything in the General Furniture Line, see T. J. MORTON. N.N.&M.V.R.R. Cli .-$&. train i.eavk heavkk dam. Trains doing west. .. . Mal and Kiprw -. W 1 ' No. 7,Llracle4 Eprr Uior. TRAINS OOINO EAST. Mo, I, M.ll and Eipress H ' " No. I, Limited Errt - 34J A. i FRIDAY, SEPTENlBEttT), 1892. Trade with Cison it Co. IJpnpst G.oods at Maftip's IJpw Jewelry nt Martin's. Fine Spectacles nt Martin's . ,WEDNESDA...

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. — 9 September 1892

Hartford Republican FK1DAY, SELTEMHEK I), 1892. TAUL'S SOHOOLHOUSE. September 5 Sunday School is going on nt this phec, Unclo Nttthnn Hrickcy is on n vMt to his old home in Botctout county, Virginin, after an absccncc of forty-five yenrs. He expects to have mi old fashioned deer hunt before he re turns. candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Brcckenridgc county. He is a gentle-. man well qualified, let everybody vote for him in November. Geoige U. Perkins is in favor of the Government owning tho rail roads. He is of tho opinion if tho Third Tarty is successful in November the farmers will he rich in twelve- months. I am too if. Look out, George Carroll, Dick! tho girls arc all after you. You must marry or recall your promise. Miss Mary Wilson 6ti!I wears the five-dollar engagement ring. It looks like girls all want n Perkins, since the announcement of Mr. Perkins for Congress. How foolish girls are, they all can't get their choice B. N. Wilson, the board or lumber bass at Victory, sti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 16 September 1892

5B tstwtm tBmwisueg$ JK IlriiitfYoiir Job Work T5SK KUJ i,S ifVXV W f to Tin: The Hartford Republican. SUBSCRIBE llf Iffi 1 on nu: Wo nro well supplied DiUH witli tlio best nmtorml ami liiivn very iiniuroinpy ui JO, B, mill Fublisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN or THE party in the fourth congressional district, Per Annua, la Aduccc, jrood workmen us can liu found. Prices reasonable. $1.25 per year. K VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1892. NO. 7. 8n.w XT tfi H w H n mJJk jrJYn . j'l tt Ont.i Ccldi.Cou th,por Threat Ctip. I .lijcn :, Whooping Couch, EroncMtli end A littiln cur. for Comumptlon In flrcttUc"i ("J iur relief In advanrai .tifta. if,, nt -a',. You will f the e irtlltnt effect after UW-1 til Crit doit. Sold by deal.ri cterywlitir, ).i totUettO cants and tl 00. i'A LW' ' .v. "'fe(?ii! -1 - .i..J . H.-.v 4J iBd J iSSSS Lfc2n: 'fRVEToNlC A Happy Orphan, ah, KrNluN Co., Kr Oct. 0. MO. In oar orphan aayltiui here tucie la a 15- ) oar-old child liutl had Ix'cli atllTiriiiK fur joa...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 16 September 1892

Hartford Republican PUBLISHED UVKUY FHIDAY HOHNINU. JO. n. KOUI'.IIN, K.JIHT mid Proprietor. FRIDAY, SFPTBMBElt 10, 11)02. We ure authorized to annouce E. P. NEAL, Of Prentis, Ohio county, as a caudi date for Commonwealth's Attorney of the Sixth Judicial District of Kentucky, composed of tho counties of Ohio, Hancock, Daviess and McLean. Klcction, Novemder 8, 1802. Republican Ticket. KOH PHiaiDKST, 11ENJAMIN HAltmSON. Of Indiana, tor viui: pkkhidknt, WHITELAW KEID, Of New York. KOH COSHKUSS C. M. BARNETT, Of Ohio County. m FOH rillUltlFF, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. FOR CIHCUIT IIOIIRT Cl.KIDC, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. A vote for Harrison means Protection and prosperity; a vote for Cleve land.Free Trade aud poverty. Tub Hardin County Fair is in pro gresa at Elizabetbtowii this week. Large crowds, line stock and good races are the features. The Herald openly admits that the State is in a "miserable condition of affairs." So it is and the Democratic party alone is responsible. The Fair Company a...

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. — 16 September 1892

Y r irj p" ','-" -HC FAIR BROS. & CO. They Are Here! Not drives by moonlight for there is no "moonshine" about this but "drives" on special lines of NEW FALL GOODS That have been selected with care to the wants of the people of Unrtford. And NOW COMES OUR DISPLAY. It is an event in the commercial .annals of our beautiful town. OUH LEADERS ARE . . But these are simply features in the General Plain. We can show you the handsomest line of No- tions. Latest Novelties, that were ever introduced in Ohio county, besides the largest line of Prints, Ginghams,Bleachand Brown Cotton, Shirtings, Bed Tickings, Jeans, Yarns, Bed Comforts, Lin- , seys at prices that down competition. Farmers purchasing large bills should call on us at once. FAIR BROS. CO., Props., Hartford Temple of Fashion. Mm! Furniiure ! ! For Ward -Robes Dressers, or anything in the General Furniture Line, see T. J. MORTON. i. N.N. &M.V.R.R. TItAttB I.EAVR IIRAVKIl HAM. TRAINS OOISO WEST. N..I, Wll andEiprc - 12.10 r.x...

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. — 16 September 1892

Hartford Republican. KHUUY. sni'iKMIilW 11 I:'-'. WHO KNOWS. W'Uo kiiut.n wc liuti" nut II t it befur In forum that felt tlillulit mul luiluT If ilentli U iml the opt'ii iloor Thruuttli which u tu life tiuulnl Tlio fruitful rust ln'iuiitli tho rutl In Infant bml ami bloom may rise; Hut by the Hi rnal law s of tlotl ' liUiiatiiikkiH'il till It (lien. The lrnu' that tritnhlu on the tri-o rirmththutrokutif autumn's Btornni I3ut, by Mimo inlulity With Mirlnif return In oilier forms. As currents of tho sureJnK sen From uuillsioMntl rources flow, tk hat e were ntiJ ct may be, In this brief life we may not know. Hut oft some unexpected gleams Of last nncl unremcinbcrwl jcars Ilreuk through the doorway of our dream And roino familiar face appears; A ccntle spirit, lost awhile, Amid the change from death to birth. Vhoe lie uinltig ce and Io Ing smile Ilrcall some former scenes of earth. And thus unconscious of the tie. The rajstlc link that luvo creates, I'crhaps wo sro our own who die. In n...

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. — 23 September 1892

f tf ciivch n liiislmnil.pcvornl children nnd a hast of friends to mourn her low. Her remains whh interred m IJcthif lira Conietcry Friday at 2 p. in. Tolmcco cutting is the order of the day. .lanies Walker will finish housing n largo cro) this week. Married, at tlio hrido's home near Hell's Kim, August 31, Joe. i'ark to Miss Inn Yates. Both arc of liiulily refipcclcd families. Wujoin with tho many in wishing them a lifo of and prosperity. Madam rumor eays "the wedding hells will ring in tho panic homo ere thu frost has claimed the last roso ol summer." '& - - Programmo Of the Teachers' Association, of Hartford Magisterial District, which convenes in the College Hall at Hartfird .Saturday.Scptcmber at U o'clock a. in.: Opening exercises. Klectiou of ofiicsr. The Value of Teachers' Meeting H. Foster. The .Situation J, B. Wilsou. NOOX Moral Training in School John B. Taylor. How to Employ Small Pupils Miss Gibson, Miss Kate Coomhes. Es.-ay Eva Pirtle. Arithmetic A. P. Thomas nnd A...

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. — 23 September 1892

TEE wsssma miiMi iiMiiiiwniiiMiBniiiiirinMiiw :zra flBawan WmnHaMXKiMBMX v I ho Prettiest Line of Hats and (Bonnets over seen in Owensboro, entiickv. Everyone who sees our line of Millinery and Dress Goods say they arc Hie prettiest they have ever seen. Imported Pattern HATS and BONNETS on exhibition a week before and during the Fair. St eosts you nothing to see them, and our sales-ladies will politely show you through. All the latest Fabrics in Dress Wear. Our Stock never was as Large and Complete before. Souvenirs to each purchaser. We will be closed on Saturday, Oct. 1, of Holiday. Hartford Republican PBBLWIIKD KVtillY FHIIIAV MOJININU. JO. II. ROMIHIM, K.lllor ami I'mprlil'ir. FRIDAY, SFITKMHBII 23, 181)2. We are authorized to annoucc E. P. NEAL, Of Preutis, Ohio couuty, as u eiindi date for Commonwealth's Attorney of the Sixth Judicial District of Kentucky, composed of the counties of Ohio, Hancock, Davichs and McLean. Election, Novemder 8, 1812. Republican Ticket. FOR I'KEfllD...

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. — 23 September 1892

FAIR EROS. & CO. They Are Here! THOSE - SPLENDID - DRIVES! Not drives by moonlight for there is no "moonshine" about this but "drives" on special lines of NEW FALL That have been selected with to the wants of the people of Hartford. And now (omks ont dislm.ay. It is an event in the commercial annals of our beautiful town. mm Ll.ADKKS A..K , . But these are simply features in the General Plain. We can show you the handsomest Hue of Notions. Latest Novelties, that were ever introduced in Ohio county, besides tho largest line of Prints, . Ginghjuns,B!eachand Brown Cot-Ion, Shirtings, Bed Tickings, Jeans, Yarns, Bed Comforts, at prices that down competition. Farmers purchasing large bills should call on us at once. FAIR BROS, fc CO., Props., Hartford Temple of Fashion. . Hi i. j. mm .... Invites the people of Hartford and Ohio county to visit them during their visit to our "Fair. They want to show you the handsomest line of Dress Goods, Cloaks and Ladies Suits you ever saw. You can ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 23 September 1892

Itrehanl Monarch, .Te. V.Onri'n,Viofl'ron i Tl II Hartford Republican QWENSB0RJ NATI0NAl 84NK FRIDAY, SFlTEMBBitHSOa , g DEPOSITORY PALLS OP ROUGH. wrv IT Since our last letter to the Kituii, UW3IlSD()rO, i.y. l.tCAS, several important changes litive taken place. The nxe luimllo SQOUlity FOE Deposits factory that Inn been shut down lor m ..n. two mouths is now ready to resume p gsj mJmmm work again. The large s aw mill that ccn,ts f Farm-is being erected on the oposite side ot Rough Crock, from Col. Green's Iioumj Cl'S i II 1 O II (I 1 I' V is near completion, this null was built by the famous Jos. Hunter, and when completed will furnish employment for about fifty men. Business teems to be good here owing to the amount of timber that is being shipped from this place. There are about forty wagons that make two and three trips a day to our little town hauling timbers. We have a Meant boat hero that makes trip fiom here to the forks of Hough every day for the purpose of bringing down t...

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. — 30 September 1892

J f ' HriiijrYour Job Work K to tin: The Haeteokd Eepublicajy. SUBSCRIBE roll tiii. Wo urn wtill Htippliod with tho very best material .qui and Jiavo in nnr employ as JO, B, ROGERS. Publisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE FARTV IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERMS- $1.25 Per Annum, Is Adnnce, jrood workmen as can ho found. Pricusruasonahlo. $1.25 per year. w Sr && vol: V. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1892. NO. 9. iH M kiB m 1 V A B A. Lv h tkili It OiiTnOoldi.CoushiJoM Throat. Orcoji.In!uju u. WhM,lnK Cough, Bronchltli and A.ttnu. A tettiln cure for Coniumptlon in lint itarn, anj 1 tun rtlirf In adTincxI Itarn. Uie at once. Yo'i will itth tictlltat .fleet aftr talna? thu frit ilcu. Bold b oV.l.ri tverywhm, iargl UttIci50ctnli.ndJl.0O. a ilaiip)' Orpliuu. AIL Kinton Co., Kt., Oct. B. "90. In our orphan nsylam hero there li a 15. child thnt hod bueu .utTcring for yeara luii mrvoumif'. to ucli an ciUtit that lb. ultltiwn lu tUu tilclit kut up, and with f.ar do. plcted o...

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. — 30 September 1892

Hartford Republican PUBLISHED i:VKKY FHIDAY MOHNIKO. J. II. ROUKItN, Killlor aii'l Proprietor. I FRIDAY, SF1TEMHER !10, 18H2. We nre authorized to nnmiiiiicc JOHN C. TOWNSEND A cniuliilute on the People's Party Platform for Commonwealth's Attorney in the .Sixth Judicial District. m Republican Ticket. koii riaatiiKNT, BENJAMIN HARRISON. Of Indiana, KOK VICK WIKSMIKST, WHITELAW KEID. Of New York. KOK COM I UFA C. M. BAKNETT, Of Ohio County. m ' m roit cikcuit juixh: D. L. ADA1H, Of Hancock Cntmty. KOK COMMCXWIUTIl's ATTOKNKV P. P. NEAL. Of Ohio County. FOU rillKHIFK, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. roll CIKCUIT COUNT Cl.NHK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. Look at tho Eagle. &"tKQrat " He's tho same proud bird that will udorn tho Republican ballot at tho cominjr election. EhSEWUKitK will be found the Judge John C. Town-send as a candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney ou the People's Party ticket. TiiKiti: must be a letter somewhere fromG. Cleveland to Charley Ross. If the detectives would keep a watch o...

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. — 30 September 1892

V '4 . A - V 'V"'' FAIR BROS. & CO. They Arc Here! WCH H H49 & - mm Not drives by moonlight for there is no "moonshine" about this but "drives" on special lines of NEW FALL GOODS That have been selected with to the wants of the people of Hartford. And NOW COMBS OUR DISPLAY. It is nn event in the commercial annals of our beautiful town. OUK LKADEIIS AUK Fine Millinery, Dress Goods, Fall Wraps, Fine Goods, Clothing. But these are simply features in the General Plain. We can show yon the handsomest line of Notions, Latest Novelties, that were ever introduced in Ohio county, besides the largest line of Prints, Ginghams, Bleach and Brown Cot-Ion, Shirtings, Bed Tickings, leans, Yarns, Bed Comforts, at prices that down competition. Farmers purchasing large bills should call on us at once. FAIR BROS. CO., Props., Hartford Temple of Fashion. ft" A. f. V t' T" T -J T T lj - Invites the people of Hartford and Ohio county to visit them during their visit to our Fair. They want to show ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 30 September 1892

Hartford Kepublican FRIDAY, Sl'TrJSMliKK 31), 1W2. JETNAVILLE. Mr. Floyd Baize and Miw Sue Miller were nurriuil in ltoelqmrt, lnd., last Sunday. There were no objections to their marriage only went away for the trip. May joy antl happiness ever he theirs A couple of men becamo intoxicated with cider and ued each other up pretty badly. They had been Iriends previous to this and the fight would not have occurred hail the two men been sober. We failed to learn their names. Miss Harrison, who has been ijuitc sick with typhoid fever, is much im- ' proved ami will soon he well. Miss Reynolds, who was supposed to have very suddenly disappeared some time ngo troin Owensboro. i not dead but liveth. Sho had only gone on n visit to friends and relatives in the state of Illinois, and by some mis take took the wiling tuiiii and mi about two d,is Lite iiMcliing Iht It tinatioii. We me icli.ilily i that Mi-s Reynold- will iviurn m her, parents when her vir.it is I'mUlie I. Our sclin.il is Mill umv...

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