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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 12 January 1900

i L Zs y i a iy 1 7 Hartford Republican I luudrrldsysbyth Hatttd Pub Colaeorperali d FON and LON ROGERS Editors Toleplioiao nviclnoco Offlco 33 Entered at Hartford postolfice is second class mail matter FRIDAY JANUARY rza AS CERTAIN AS TIIKRK IS A GOD IN JIEA YEN AS CERTAIN AS THE WATERS TRAVEL TO THE SEA ASCERTAIN AS THE STARS SHINE AT NIGHT AS CERTAIN ETERNITYHURLS US ALONG ON ITS BOSOM i v TO THE FUTURE THAT CER TAIN IS IT THAT THE MEN ELECTED TO OFFICS IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY WILL HOLD THEIR OFFICES OFFICESW W 0 BRADLEY MOST any old thing bearing the name of Democracy stands high in the Democratic legislative circles at FrankfortHarrel for example Tate far Goebels race in the legis lature is anything but Democratic The deeds there done would make Old Hickory blush for shame j TnEBE will be hot eain the old might happily have town tonight been sung by the Jam from the heights about Lsdrsmith Saturday last HAuoiiTV Hera ldU look at my pretty dress See my pretty new heel Sturdy er...

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 January 1900

11 9 FAIR ft CO THE FAIR DEALERS ill Gisatet Tint Iw Happed Is our groat January Clearance Sale Owing to tho mild winter findourselves wo ourselves at this season needthe the money for epnng purchases You in all proh i probability now and let us oxclinnge to our mutual benefit and satisfaction satisfactionMens Mens Over coats 3c Suits Mens allwool Denver Overcoats our t 5 00 Coats now f 308 Our finest grade of Mens Heaver Coats our our8fJO Mens allwool Ulster Coats our 700 Coat now 118 Boys Heaver Overcoats our ttOo Coat now nof OSChildlI Childs Overcoat with cape our + 200 Coat now tl40 140Mena Mena allwool tOOO Suits now K08 dons allwool tSOO Suits now 008 008Mens Mens fine allwool 1000 Suits now 848 848Proportional to MY heru that our line for IIprlllgwill soon he in and they are beauties at WAY DOWN PRICES JACKETS and Capes We are loaded too heavily in those goods Wo want you to help us unload Wo know that it will take low prices to induce you thats what wu will give you youLadi...

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 January 1900

L 8 s1ttO1s ll IL TO THE BOTTOM I I 1 Promptly Readies the Seat of all Blood Diseases and ICures the Worst CasesdlsCIIStI disease whero the blood is In any way inrolr Everyone who has had Inrolrf1II blood diseases knows that there are no ail Iments or troubles so obstinate and difficult to cure Very few remedies waim to cure such real deepsoated blood diseases as 8 S 8 curei and none pan I offer such iieontrovortIb1eovtdenceot merit S S S Is not merely a tonfoIt ii a cure I It goes down to the very seat of all blood drellse and nets at the foundation the very worst cllse and routs thepoison from the Item ijapes not like other remedies dry up the poIson and hide it from rllll temPOrarily I only to break forth again more violently than ever S S S force out every I trace of taint and rids the system of It forever MrsT W Lee Montgomery Ala writes Somo years ago I waa Inoculated with po son by a nurse who Inrected my babe with blood taint I was covered with ore and ulcers from head to fo...

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 January 1900

OJubb1ng Ba1ie The Republican and Louisville Commercial i yeattlJ5 year125The The Republican and the Courier Journal I year 125 The Republican and the Toledo 0 Blade I jear 125 The Kepublican and Louisville Dispatch i year 1 25 25The DiWfAU JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAUTFOnil KY Special attention Riven to nil boil ness entrusted to his cue Office in Court House houseM I M L HEAVUIN Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice bin ptole slon in nil the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court 01 Appeals Special atten tion given to collections SHELBY TAYLOR ATT01WJS AT LA W HARTFORD KY Will practice his piofrssion in all the courts 01 Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals Special atten tion given to all assignments in bank ruptcy CM EAENErr ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY I Will practice hu profession in all the I courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful Attention will be Riven to a business entrusted to his care Col letioal a specialty JNO B WILSON Attorney at La...

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 January 1900

Hartford Republican I liiiHd ftldayi tn Ml Hartford Pub Co Incorporated cncpolIt41FON FON and LON ROOERS Editors = ersphoaw Z3lelnoo Oiac 33 Entered it Hartford postoffici u jecoBicliss mail matter FRIDAY JANUARY 19 THE dead and dying about the Capi tol hotel inFratidfnrt made uo change iu the BryauBlackburn Gicbel feast MOILMON ROBERTS of Utah wag excluded from Congress by a vote oi 6 against him to 2 in favor ot seating him and then expelled him later The action of the committee will be approved by Congress and the entire nationJunan JUDOE PRYOII in attempting to aid Goebel again found his honor in the way He has stepped down and out entirely of the Goebel contest busi ness Honor is a very scarce com modity among Gocbelites but is often found among true Democrats WERE it not for three men Ken 1 tuckians would now be engaged in the peaceful pursuits of quiet home I life whereas as the situation now 1 stands they await impatiently from i one day to another in the fear oi serious tro...

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 January 1900

Fill 4 COTHE HID DEALERS Tna Crtit That Evu Happai Is our great January Clenrmico Sale Owing to tho mild winter + fe find oursel yes nt tins mason with ton ninny heavy goods on hnllllft need tho nionuy for spring iurcliarus Ycu in till prob ability will loud tlio goods lieforo spring Coma now and lot us exchange to our mutual benefit and aatislactionMens Mens Over coats c Suits Mens ullvrool Beaver Overcoats our t 500 Coats now 303 Our finest grade of Mens litnvor Coats our S > 0 Coat now IUS Mens nilwool Ulster Coats our 700 Coat now 488 nowtoys Denver Overcoats our 100 Coat now 1804 1804Childs Childs Overcoat with cape our 200 Coat now tUU tUUMens Mens allwool tOOO Suits now 40S Mens allwool 1 800 Suits now 4008 MOils fine allwool + 1000 Suits now + 848 Proportional reduction in bode lint Wo want to say lioro tint our lino for spring will soon ho in and tllOJuro beauties at WAY DOWN PRICES JACKETS and Capes We aro loaded too heavily in these goods Wo want you to help us unload ...

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 January 1900

Boils and Pimples IBoils Give Warning i AH UNFAILING SIGN THAT NATURE IS APPEALING rr FOR HELP and U the onlyono that Is absolutely free from potash ana mercury I promptly purities the blood and thoroughly cleanses tho system builds up the general health and strength It cures Scrofula Eczema CanCtr Rheuma tism Tetter Boils Sores etc by going direct to the cause of the trouble and forcing out all Impure blood Books free to any address by the Swift Specific Co Atlanta Oa I > hepghin les The word cheap haj two meanings it may mean cheap quality or S cheap price When I use the word it applies to the price Thats not gotlsmIts business Ive built up the biggest shingle business in thin section ol the country just by sticking to Highest Grades and Lowest Prices And I could not have done that if I had used the word cheap carelessly Of course I sell some lowgrade shingles but even on them the price cheap same as on the higher grades BERE AEE TBE PRJCESa Common grades sin dimension Cypress ...

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 January 1900

OJubb1ng Bates The Republican and Louisville Commercial I yell125 The Republican and the Courier Journal I jear 5125 The Republic in unit the Toledo 0 Blade I Jtnr i 25 The Republican and Louisville Dispatch I year 101 25 The Repur liean and the Globe Democrat I year 1 50 M DOCTORS USE PERUNA PERUNAH H 0 0 I I nuE W PENCE NEWAItK 01110 D P Nlehnrt M D I of Nebraska City Mo proscribe Po run cTrrri1 r I head the throat tho lung bowel otc I proscribed It hundrodi of time for th 010 dUcuci durtng all the following even teen years and I havo never I lout a single case during all this time although I hare often related this to my medical associate who at llrst oxurolliod L ttiolr doubts and sometimes very em tnatlcally bat after I had treated a largo number of esses that had been given up and cured them they began to believe what I Bald f1 whatlsaldI I roly ao wholly upon Poruna In very disease that affect tho mucous membrane lining the Internal organ that 1 never for a moment think of pr...

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 January 1900

r Hartford Republican luati frlJati ly till Harlfortt Pub CtJnntporal FON and LON ROOERS Editors 1 Voiophszio SuaiacC3 C it 11 Entered it Hartford p lffice as sec dclass mail matter FRIDAY JANUARY 26 EVERY man who ranctiout I lie contest r test should remember that Rrpiobi Hand is ready to pat him on tbe back and whisper You are my kind of a man You are in my crowd lit THE more light that it thrown on the coutut the more sacred is the South Trimble letter It will finally be the Gobo De icratfC Bible from which all Democratic sermons and lectures must flow Jons RcfKty the great Eoglieh f critic and lecturer died January 20 at tbe ripe age of eightyone He was one of the moat noted Englishmen 01 the nineteenth century His great lectureentitleil Sesame and Lillies made him worldfamous and stamped indelibly hie exalted character upon civilization THE Herald attempts to find apart in a mistake that passively eccapci our attention last week However d the Herald should remember that the i C...

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 January 1900

FAIR A co THE FAIR IMS Thl rlMGSy That Effflf Bam hour fjront January Clearance Sale Owing to tho mild winter we find ourselves at this season with too tunny heavy floods on hand Wo need the inoney for spring purchases You in all prob ability will need the goods before spring Coma now and lot us exchange to our mutual benefit and watisfactionMens Mens Over coats fc Suits Mens allwool Beaver Overcoats our tl 500 Coats now t308 Our finest grade of Mens Beaver Coats our J8BO Coat now 008 Mans allwool Ulster Coats our fTOO Coat now dOS lies Denver Overcoats our 1400 Coat now t2U8ChIMIOercoat Childs Overcoat with capour t2UO Coat now HMO HMOMens Mens allwool 000 Suits now 108 Mens allwool tSOO Suits now 008 Mens fine allwool 1000 Suits now iU8 Proportional reduction in boys line We want to say hero that our lino for spring will soon ho in and they are beauties at WAY DOWN PRICES JACKETS and Capes Wo are loaded too heavily in these goods We want you to help us unload Wo know that it will ...

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 January 1900

i ILl F CANCER IS DEADLY Results Fatally in Nine Cases Out of TenA Cure Found at Last 1 This fearful disease often first appears as a more scratch n pimple or lump in I the breast too small to attract any notice until in many cases tho deadly disease is fully dovclo pcd Cancer can not bo cured by a surgical I oncration because the disease is a virulent poison in tho blood circulating throughout tho system and although the sore or ulcerknown as the Cancermay bo cut away the poison remains in the blood and promptly breaks out afresh with renewed violence UTho wonderful success of S S S in curing obstinate deepooated U blood diseases which wore considered incurable induced n few do IIpuirin sufferers to try it for Cancer after exhausting the skill of too phicians without a cure Much to their delight S S S proved Anlllli to the disease and nromptly effected cure The glad news spread n rapidly u and it was soon demonstrated beyond doubt that a cure had at last been found for deadly Cance...

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. — 2 February 1900

Ji c1ubb1zag Bate The Republican aud Louisville Commercial t yearf 125 The Republican and the Courier Journal i year Sr25 The Republican aud the Toledo 0 Blade I year 1 25 The Republican nnd Louisville Dispatch i year 1 25t The Republican and the Globe Democrat i year SI 50 r 1 r f WI THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PAST W FOURTH CON6RE55IONAL DISTRICT Subscription 1 a Yl r VOL XII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2 1900 No 2b HOMEH FEAR LA CRIPPE AND GfeTABBi Peruna a Reliable Protection MRS TiiEorniLE BCHMITT OF CHICAGO Nn Thtophlle Sehraltt wife of the crw ot the German coruulatc wT1I the following Utter to Dr Mart aa from 8417 Wabath Are Chicago fit Un Bohmltt ttyit 1 inffered Mail vtnUr with a severe attack of U frtfpa and having repeatedly heard of de T lme of rerun In such cue I ftoojhtl would try It hued it faith fully and began to feel s change for tho totter the leeond day and In the cour o of a week I WM very much Improved After Mini thr...

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 February 1900

Hartford Republican laved Friday by tlit Hartf art Pub Co Incorporatt FON and LON ROOERS Editors TIphgno Svielxiesa Cilro 33 Entered al Hartford postoffici as sessndclass mail matter > FRIDAY FEBRUVRY 2 It DcntNfl the Au dersm L kens con I test in 1807 a prominent and promis ing young Democratic Attorney told the contestants if they wanted voles they should get them befjro the eec tion and not wait until the bird had flown Ve kindly suggect this to this young Attorney for hid esptcial ben efit and for others ot his kim BEFORE the election G jebel and his cohorts of political highwaymen do clared everywhere in the State that his law was impregnable by Republi can fraud When the returns com menced coming in these MUle political daredevils commenced crying aLd howling Republican fraud and intimi dation and now they can howl to loud as to be beird to the remotest points in the Eleventh district They are splendid howlers INDEED nature has provided as suggested by the Herald men fur al...

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 February 1900

Hartford Republican Iliutd Friday by the Hartford Pub CtJitcorptratt FON and LON ROOERSEditors 9al plioxio > SueixiGca CiAco 33 Entered at Hartford postot ficias setindtlass mail matter FRIDAY FEBRU lRV 2 t DcntNfl the Aiiuersiu Likens coin teat in 1807 a prominent and promis I ing young Democratic Attorney told tie contestants if they wanted votes they should get them before the elect tion and not wait until the bird had flown We kindly euggeH this to this young Attorney fur his espicial ben efit and lor others ot lib kind BEFORE the election Gebel and his cohorts of political highwaymen do clared everywhere in the State that his law was impregnable by Republi can fraud When the returns com menced coming in these wiuie political daredevils commenced crying and howling Republican fraud and intimi dation and now they can howl so loud as to be heard to the remotest points in the Eleventh district They are splendid howlers INDEED nature has provided as tuggeateti by the Herald men 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. — 2 February 1900

FAI IR 4 CO THE FAIR HUB WINTBR BltLlNG BLAST Are still with us and according to the weather prophets we are yet to have much cold weather Right now is YOUR TIME and OUR HOUSE is the place to buy CHEAP heavy winter wearables Good stock yet of Ladies and Mens Underwear Ladies Capes and Jackets Mens Overcoats Duck Coats Jeans Pants Bed Comforts and Blankets Linseys Flannels etc Ment good lined Jeans Pants 750 Ladies heavy fleeced ribbed Vest 15c Mene goal heavy Undershirt 0 25c Ladies high grade alt wo 1 extra length hose 25o Ladies beat black ribbed fleeced IIose 25o Mens home knit yarn Socks 25o Men Jersey fleeced Shirt and Drawer 60c Twentyfive Ladies aborted Jacket regular 810 quality now 500 Ten Ladies allwool Cape regular 350 quality cbolce now 200 One lot of Mi we Jackets good shade our 500 quality now 8348 Ono lot of children Jacketour 250qualitynow150 Meoe fine Beaver Overcoat in black size 38 40 and 42 our 850 quality now 85 98 One lot of boy Beaver Overcoat size 1315 and 16...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 2 February 1900

T r T Ii1 1T dJfAIR 4 CO THE FAin DEALERS iitrtC1UN LA5T2 Are still with us and according to the weather prophets we are yet to have much cold weather Right now is YOUR TIME and OUR HOUSE is the place to buy CHEAP heavy winter wearables Good stock yet of Ladies and Mens Underwear Ladies Capes and Jackets Mens Overcoats Duck Coats Jeans Pants Bed Comforts and Blankets Linseys Flannels etc Men ROod lined Jeans PAnt 75o Ladle heavy fleeced ribbed Vest lOc Mens good heavy Undershirts 25o Ladies high grado all wool extra length Hoec 25o Ladies beet black ribbed fleeced Hose 25c Mens homo knit yarn 8ockI < 25o Mens jersey fleeced Shirts nod Drawers 60o Twentyfive Ladies aworled Jacket regular 110 quality now 8500 Ten Ladies all wool Cape regular 6360 quality choice now 0 8200 One lotof MitK Jacket good shade our 8500 quality now 8348 Ono lot of childrens Jacketiour2GOqualitynow8150 qudrtynow150Mens and 42 our 8850 quality now 85 98 One lot of boys Beaver Overcoat sire 1315 and 1ft year...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 2 February 1900

j I Zr 4 7 I I r C j I If r Hathaway Treats All Diseases Ills Method Invariably Cures 11 Catarrhal Droncliinl Lung Stom k iff ndi Mvcr Kidney miJ Otiirr Com lilalnts as Welt us All IlUcasci and Weaknesses of Women Purifies tho Dlcod In DrHatliami i tnOit cMenslvo jiactko COT piinz a period cf more tluuaoyivihlic toil xfa ciiUcu upon to Itl4It1I CUUIKT Ct UjSCUt of nwn aal women anJ clans tlw whole lob of liumau ailment lie liis been uniformly suc cessfulDr IJr llatliawayn IMP UioJ of treatment geU dirrctlr at tho scat of Ibo ttciitlc linl1 Ire blood tones ui hot wliolo lyrtem and neutralizes the i < otom nblcli IlrodllCO the dlslIStd tnndltnoi All Diseases Treated Yearly he rr tore to wrfwt heallli thousands of iiflerers from CAtarrh nronchltls As thma Hay Tcvcr Ling Complaints Ktnmach Mm and KUney Dtaisri met Tumor Can rcri Eczema nnd all manner or skin affection Diseases of DisoasceofWomen Dr Nathanay also treats with the erratMt fiicrcm oil thosi many distressing weaknescs ant...

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 February 1900

< J f J t 1 i T T r f B orutlDTDlJOS Bates f The Republican nud Louisville Commercial i yeatf 125 The Republican and the Courier Journal I year SI25 The Republic and the Toledo 0 Blade t year fol25 The Republican and Louisville Dispatch i year ji 25 The RepuMlcan and the Globe Democrat i year i 50 SoTHE HARTFORD BEPUBLICAN Tenth VoWinteo regiment itatlonec at Macon OLln i recent letter to Dr Hartman fron Washington D C ar I thin there Is no botto medicine on eartl than your Poroni for catarrh It ha urely cured me I nI fa 1 UU ftV u umo to tell you all JOc the good It baa dona me Pe runs ii the 8roa1 remedy ever prepared and I think I bare tried them oil s A A Mabonp Poruna attained great popularity among the ofooers of the army aa well M tho navy daring the late war with Spain 0 A great many latter were recet red from I fleld and boepttal cope Indicating that t tbl popnlarcllma remedy baa become t well nigh indispensable to them Pe I rnnail not only a National remedy butJ has pro...

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 February 1900

I y I r f ford Republican cued frldayt by tae Hartford Pub Con oporare d FON and LON ROOERS EdItors 1phonDu1noo CSo 33 Entered it Hartford postof lei is setindclats mail coati n FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9 IF the hungry office seeking cm s think that Gov Taylor would dietur b the equi ibrum of G ebelism in Ken tucky by filling the executive chair one term they should prepare to im peach him and not sneak around and steal his rights under the tliaotcot the lawMn Mn J E WOOD of Danville Ky iR an aspirant for delegate from the State at large to the National Repub lican convention Philadelphia Mr Wood is a true blue Republican and if given this post of honor would b ° but recognizing a truly good and loya min to the party IF Taylor was not elected Governor then the same votes could not elect a legislative body and Ju Come Step ping Blackburn bears a hollow title It will be a blessing for Kentucky and certainly she needs a few if the Unit ed States Senate would refuse to seal this public Xuinnce 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. — 9 February 1900

l1I c I II I 0 ff iI It A I < r it VJ1NT B I1CL L4T ingi I Are still with us and according to the weather prophets we are yet to have much cold weather Right now is YOUR TIME and F OUR HOUSE is the place to buy CHEAP heavy winter wearables I Good stock yet of Ladies and I Mens Underwear Ladies Capes and Jackets Mens Overcoats Duck Coats Jeans Pants Bed Comforts and Blankets Linscys Flannels etc Mens pood lined Jeans Paula 7fio Ladies heavy flcccid ribbed Veet 150I Men 1 cood heavy Underihirls 210 Ladies highgrade allwool extra length Ilote 25cI Ladies beat black ribbed fleeced Hoto 25o I1len homo knit jam Socks 25c J Mens jeney fleeced Shirts uud Drawers 500 J Twentyfive Ladies assorted Jackets regular 810 quality now I 500 1 Ten Ladies allwool Capes regular 350 quality v choice uow 0 S 8200I One lot of Mines Jackets good shades our 8500I quality now 348 I One lot of childrens Jackelsour8250qualitynnwSlCO J Mens fine Beaver Overcoats in black size 38 10 I and 12 our 850 quality n...

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