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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 9 February 1900

wr 1 I WASBEEF WASBEEFFROM FROM ECZEMA Mn Tnrfnro Cnnal tn iho Not much attention II often paId to tha Tartur to theNo 110 nU IUIIUID Equal IU 1110 grit symptomi of Kciema but it II not Ions before the little redneis begins to itch and III burn This Is but the beginning and will Itch InIII and BurnlnIT ofbum Itching g If lead to suffering and torture III mOlt unen A durable It is a common mistake to regard regardThis This Faarful DlslIIS Ills rUdllUI Disoaseerly II local Irritation It Is but an Indica I tion of a humor In the bloodof terrible Eczema tfhleh Is more than skindeep and can not be reached by local appli cations of oIntment ales etc applied to the surface The disease Itself the real cause of the trouble Is ii tile blood although all suffering II produced through the skin the only nay to reach the disease therefore is through the blood Mr Phil T Jones MixorsTllle Ind writes I had Eczema thirty years and after a great dial of treatment my leg was so raw and sore that It gav...

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. — 16 February 1900

Iitwci c1Ltb131a late The Republican and Louisville Commercial i year 125 The Republican and the Courier Journal i year SI25 The Republican and the Toledo O Blade I year 125 The Republican and Louisville Dispatch i year SI 25 The Republican and the Globe Democrat I year 130 S i a1A r I I V c 1 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN ODJDJeDQ Ii 10 m7 Dade Blogoman friend and am glad to say all who hare tried U peak a good word for It Dad Btegeman Perun hu become to be to nnlversal ly recognized aa a speclflo cure for ca tarrh acute or chronic cough cold bronchitis tbt It la amaalng that any one should continue to infer on with such a terrible malady neglecting to take ft course of treatment with It Of eonne It my be that omo people have not yet come to know of thU groat catarrh remedy but It is strnge that It should be so after such multitude have been cured by It and so many papers bare heralded It from one end of the country to the other But the news travels faster and faster every months and no ...

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. — 16 February 1900

l lord Republican l mi FrlJuyl tf Mi Hartford Pub Colmorponlii FON and LON ROOERS Editors = 1PbonD 1nOG o 00 ned it Hartford postolfici as secondclass mall matin No ff RJDAY pnnkURVl6 IlchinOom Paul is dniug for Jhu feems to be a plenty Thlbfn BRYANS swallowing Goebelism jj pe Kentucky last fal will cast him nut cttlonfhan 50000 voles in Kentucky tho thot is COXORES3HAN ROBEKTa li political Ay dead but frorrna matrimnnia stand point he is very much alive Goy TAYLOR is still doing business at the old stand end willremain until liberty is murdered by the Guebelized legislature WONDER what the sturdy farmer will have to say about the rump leg islatures bill appropriating 8100000 to prosecute the aspatsin of Seuator Goebel About the next pass at the Treasury will be a bill appropiiating 8200000 to erect a monument to the memory of Mr Goebel BILLY BRYAN will bo confronted iu the next Presidential crusade bthe endorsement of the Goebel election law and the part he played in stealing from ...

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 February 1900

d f 1i zIII LI jTOt i ± OB5 iMv Tt 2 I WINTBR HI LING BmT ccordingi Arc 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 buyi 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 Mens Rood lined Jeans Pants ilioi Ladies heavy fleeced ribbed Vest 15c Mens rod heavy Undcrablrts 25c Ladies high grade allwool extra length Hose 2fio f Ladies best black ribbed ilecced Huso 25o f Meu home knit yarn Bocks 25o A IMenlJeraeyfleccetl Twentyfive Ladies assorted Jackets regular 810 f 500 f quality now 4 e Ten Ladles allwool Capes regular 8350 quality choice now e 200 One lot of Mines Jackets gocd shades our 85 00 quality now e 8348 q One lot of childrens Jacketiour 8250 8200i Mens fine Beaver Overcoat In black sire 38 40 and 42our 18 GO quality now 508 One lot 1 boys Beaver Overcoat...

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 February 1900

F r i I w i v I ii ii i RUNNING SORE ON HIS ANKLE ii > ° Years of Intense Obstlnlto sores nnd ulcers which r YrfJfuse to heal under ordinary treat tutti bim Cured mont soon become chronic and deep flI Promptly Curedcated and ure a sure SIgn that tlie T hentiro circulation ill in a depraved condition Thoy tare a sevoro drain upon the system and arc con Jlir PiLppbaway the vitality In every case the poison must 00 eliminated lnim tho blood and no amount of external treatment 0 cnn havo any effect Tlnrn il no uncortaintv about the merits of S S S every claim mado for it is backed up strongly by conviHcinjj t iUmor y of those who havo boon cured by it and know of its virtues by experience Mr L J Clark of Orango Courthouse Va writes For six years I had an obstinate running ulcer on my ankle which at times caused me Intense suffering I was eo disabled for a long while that I was wholly unfit for business One of the best doctors treated me constantly but did me no good I then tried vari...

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 February 1900

I 14i rz L1 ItL 11 I 0 h il If E 1 theGe Deiotht I year 1 3o c u zg lf J l i FfrJ I iT T IrointheiiumberOI 1ogstbatbq qs ed down Rough rIverl f JIIF H IJ = v rtR 9 1 = L 1 cures mace y ur cltl if jfobcrc It sjieciaity IF Gr TIEnl 11 fI nin IICfIP71 = ljL DII c t ll the Kilmer peat a SwampRoot kidney liver o h J = t tnd bladder remedy J l hll V i V V r V is Iho treat medl u iI I 1 iL HARTFORD KflUD YBLRY 231900t > b iry Jlj fer 1 J I V V V f Ji V rsofth t kJ4r1CD ira iraI I fI aMJTa tt ti HEf AT LAW Al rIt 1IIt I iViIIIoe his profcttioa IB mil the V fc OWo aDd jMtHaiag counties J 4 1 App ti Spec11 attHl iittt J all tro lB ef entrusted to Si 119MJ e Ia Gwaty AtUraeys Iseirthoe 1r I X 1t WBDDINO ti ttornoy atfLaw i EA1FO1D itY fill i1r teeelo 10 the adjohulEfy y AvtitTy PuMio rII p jOUNflON r id ORNEY AT LAW 1CETMTOWNKL vr thIo MN4 aJeIuIEruf 9 rci App U spetia4eii WuIIetIeui eIPU W u II Uabh tt1Dboor 2 I tabtNI apt M lIIIal i H lion lIP J1goi I L Nboa 1110 neUpo U ECb rthBoath J OA...

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 February 1900

and 5 the acts i5r and the acts of b reports that men hardly J to say toe half has never been auflered to a greater or less extent and In a state of unrest What is the cause I 0 and unrest What is the cauee of the gigantic chTrTgGa and counteroharged DJ they como as the result of chance i the natural effect ofa cause No rational man would conclude that art of our past six months experience has come about br chanceliutai ssult of cause The warm winds that play upon ocean lake and rivulet Land carry away watery vapor to heights at which the satuiated air is d and falls to earlh in the form of rain The sleeping germ of the ok is not aroused by chance but by the operation of the laws of nature jg suns and showers arouse the sleeping oak and nature does the rest j phenomena of nature appear by chance The fruit of mens deeds good or bad come not by chance but all come about as the natural effect of cause A fool might gaze into thcair for the cause that forces an object to earth or search ...

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 February 1900

1 LvIj 7 i T2T rT TTTTcT7rT 1L T 01 fiLRBINtRS OF SPRINGz 1t it di1 i k I + 1 j Sf i those dainty now Laces and > t + t Embroideries we are showing Ii L IiTen pieces Swiss Em broideries 4and Insertions at 5c tt Ten pieces of fine Nainsook Edg ings and Insertions at lOc 1 ft Fifty pieces Hamburg Edgings and Insertions 5c to 75c yard t FivQlpicces of Sheer India Lin u yardy II y piftCGS ofpxtra sheer quali ty India Linen at lOc II Fi i e pieces oft beautiful quality i I fIndiA Lined at 12c + jcii pieces f nicer quality India u a Villb 1TIftt 20c + JtDiL III 2 e1IoIIifo U IIk ccs I Dimities Oc to 25c + I nuc1o + 11 z lIIrtlt 1Iolb tuitn Ji I Isiday atl I p ra lrTrr Ay trtnliur Hey J C Ie lUplUt Churchflerlew fc NIGiHIIRT5iiOIoi nth moth > t II a m aiil I hutk4n iIK Tutor TtKndqr rente < lJ AtJonl Tr lIull f f t 1 Tu u u It Tllo St1b7TIorIWFotdAI un Tr1IaII T Colfls y showing the iatest etocttt I d < iaIDta cod aDd T shirts See our line ll < bnofE J itrtort tonilfilc Ktjb...

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. — 23 February 1900

ce f1 y < < > v = q < t > < > 5f f > f J ItppPrr r rf Kind You Have AlWays Bought and which has been use for over 30 years has Lome thQ signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision slnco Its Infancy S Allowiio one to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgoml two but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infhuts and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Oastorla is u harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic riubstnncc Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS > 9 Boars the Signature of ttio The KM You Have Always ...

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 March 1900

It rI I r t Ra t 1 jvIIIonimrcJa1unycrfi I2 I3I l2AI I I New York Tribune I 1 Iilomeand Farm 14 I Toledo Ohio tllnd 123 I Ht looln MoUlobenemocrat Ito New York TrI Wrekty Tribune 173 or Memcbls ITotl COmmnI4IAnnelll 1311 c t j 1 J I Wi THE llARTRDJ4uiELIAN BLICANr Subscription 1 a I xir HARTFORD KY FRIDAY lARCH 21900 NOl 32 W1IwltlfJlr mfI V iI iIuiIonMentori lonM Senators W P Undsay and W Mr lbfiKacntatlTe1 It Hmlth ntfAJTs Ohio county U C Jarnagla I Oiito Count furt W T Owen Jndfre J E How nwensboro T II Illiuk Jailer R A I lOrk1 Ilowan llolbroot Muter Com U II Ukens Trustee Jury Fundi 8 E Hhtrltt Hartford Deputy IIbrllIlI ft T II Urn too J II Taylor WH M J Conrt eonTenes trst Uouday In March j losAandcoBtlnuca three weeks and third Fin llay and Norrmbvr two weeks y Court J IV Miller Jndini > I llss ll rt ift r M I leyrii = hartford tI eonrtnM tint Monday In rack month rly Court Heglna an tsaeud Monday InortflT 1COao lIt Vonday la Jan Jsn1al 11001 r r ft bnn orai Va 1to lIr 1t ...

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 March 1900

i < F fi i r = uITw < c > J > t i t r 1 < s i r y i y iw = lepublican IOERS Editor VUUOBO Oiaco 33 ow tlit Hartford Pub Caliiccrfiomti irtford ptstofflci is secondJus nail mitt FRIDAY MARCH 2 PpArrn ten days ofincmantfightinj the Boer General Cronje surrendered to Lord Roberte UNDER the operation of the Goebe election law the result is not left to cjhance Watterson bncoWa1tersonTIlE THE legislature and State board did just what THE REPUBLICAN prcdictet stole the election but the fight con tinuca IF there is to be any stealing done in this election I am ready to bet the other fellows will not do it Black burn at Majfield BLACKBURN asked the Republicai Governor to sign his election certificat and now be wont ask the same favor of a Democratic Governor lent tbat funny funnyWn WHY Senator Blackburn has not called on Governor Beckbam to sign his Senatorial document is signifi cant that he considers Beckham a pretender THE election commissioners threw out the vote of the ci...

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 March 1900

pill2U p w S rxJ U p i1KRBINGERS OF SPRING S U g i r S jlfjI IAre those dainty new Laces and S SJ Embroideries we arc showing i Ten pieces of Swiss Embroi ilcrics p and Insertions at 5c S j Ten pieces of fine Nainsook Edg 1 I I f ings and Insertions at lOc 5 J f Fifty pieces of Hamburg Edgings I nt tov11l Insertions 5c to 75c yard S LID In tf w T1I mIiq aSkrno4 lolld fhqtijinct MoiIej irvOT1P yqr d UIJnoal1Ao ordAYUJ Eon Lifk School Mdt Hntwdmt hartford I W Want pjfln olinrtK nintli nintliOonm Ta CoUrtli I qUlIIi cwmbl t wmbl I lnbo I ItoO S AV TA r ToTtvr5iFrt FunlMlll Mrthl > nimr Jm 1111 tM 2 beautiful quality j UraUrt lWc mlirr 1VUO I 4 1O1 ny Dram IlilordUurb It J ° pf Ann Iii i4TC yf trmtwrM mvrmbn s > IPIO y tI tr II II 1tlbuall na Uab toes 30 of nicer quality India art UlxU J n IJoDl U Troll Ct 2 2Jlap I nUc1oIUI C S U E north Hoilh8mln h ces DhnitlCsJOc to 25c M < h month tllam i > il z Kandar at T p in Inuer tnf dR7mnth8eJrtrtPiiirbmosthtIImn4 + + + oloiiIiIoio...

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 March 1900

1 1 t 1 T v Y V I v V TT rv y yX it pIPTT 1 i V LJr DASTIA For Infants nnd Children rhe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use I JIFor Over Thirty Years OASTRIA TMC Cf NTAUH COMAN MtW ORC CITY r I AN UNPRECEDENTED OFFER NEWMOXOT V ORKI 111 OAT > A rlCAIY TflIWEEKLVux A DAILY TRIRUNENO Tn I lIIUI ciiivirsr UNonN A new and remarkably attractive publication profusely illustrated with portraits and halltones contains all the striking news featurcsof the Daily Tribune Special War DespatchesDo mestic and Foreign Correspondence Short StoriesHumorous Illustrations Industrial Information Fashion Notes Agricultural Matters carefully treated and Comprehensive and Reliable Fi nancial and Market Reports It IsI mailed at the same hour as the daily edition reaches a large proportion ol subscribers on date of issue and each edition is a thoroughly up to date dally family newspaper for busy peo ple Regular subscription price 150 PER YEAR We furnish it with the Republican for 17...

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 March 1900

ftg 1hg Ra1es irue e f 4 LootoTlBe Commercial oni jMr lortM i Tr1 CoorleislonrnM 115 115V 125D fI 11 Tolldo Ohio Iliads T lis t LuItMoUIoIDmocrftt Ito Tb 1b ItoI I TrMVertlj Trlbanei In NentpDlii Tran CommerclalApieai Itt Ion In all the r ort ol NOI2 Klren to collection F Hate road CMM and Itnlra Griffin block ING pI tLOR at uW KY all the court 01 jiutlM and the Court bt Ap ntlon Kirch to all bnnlnm ffloeln Kiruntieiii building WEDDING urOed I re7tll Any 4 11Wtlve tlve our opinion fres concerning concerningllt7 sI ivetic4 fur sale at our enpenee LeO out through urn receive sprea1 sprea1utcharge 122tJIlenuficturer Ilenuficturer od lnvetorn nIplecopyFREg AdlrC i C TORif EVANS CO IstcntAttorneps I Iiig WASHINOTor D IiUWiIjrl t II I I lhelhibla prrsu prrsuI IhlFysnIeipnI I tun iii L Au i For relief of Y thai = uisvTab1etwoidclcan uisvTab1etwo r c1 Asale nndcLOCALTn itnr MaJed on r ut4RTII Ho RDOCK Cwu red 2i2i3o S tlNge 204453 p J S r cJ THE HARTFORD KEPTJBJC il 4 88 oo Q6 Fire and Cata...

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 March 1900

u Rail to millions ol n firms wbicb ant to thousands ol vW 8 TAYLOR is being favora lentioned for temporary Chair f the National Convention nets in Philadelphia next o better choice could be e people of the whole 17 want to tee Kentuckys out ged gbvenor and that honor it justly his We are for Governor TaylorWIZEN WHEN President Lincoln was assas sinated by John Wilkes Booth 85000 reward was offered but when Goebel was assassinated in the attempt to de stroyed free government the Legisla Ittie offered 100000 reward one naturally asks the question why so much when the United States only offered onetwentieth that mm Veri ly it must be to pay the expense of Goebels contest TOE Louisville Commercial has assed from the control of one indi lIfdua into the bands of the Republi can party of Kentucky The board of directors is composed of Gov Tay lor exGov Bradley JnoWYerkes Judges Buering and OJRear with a number of other leading Republicans The CbmmerctaZ will be made the lead ing Republican...

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 March 1900

I w i r I II I S f r s a I LV Yon Have Always Bought and which 1ms been a1 In use foi over 00 years has borir tlio Bl imtnro of of2P 4 8onRl supervision slnco Itlllnlnncy ll y Allow no ono to deceive you in tliltf All Counterfeits Imitations and Justnsgood are but ImtEXICrlmentK Experiments that trlllo with anti Cl1llllUJfCr tho health of Infants and ChildrenExperience njfanst Experiment nMt What is CASTORIA Gntitoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare Parej contains neither Opium Morphlno nor other Narcotlo Worizrnr r mill allays Kovcrlslmcss It cures Diarrhoea and AVliul Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation find Flatulency It assimilates tim Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving VaUlty and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho v thcrs Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears tho Signature of V Tie KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years l T w r CtKTOK eepv TT KUCIIUT ITCIIT NIW V OP U CITY K I I I IfNasal I CATARRH yII1tgsucIIe rNasal 13...

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 March 1900

w Iii w srr ty I rI J A e L + SPRING ATTRACTIONS < < < + 44 In Clothing Our entire new line is now on hands and to say that they are BEAUTIES and low in PRICES would fully ex press it e Mens allwool Suits in check andstripe at 500 Mens fine fancy Suits nicely finished 750 c Mens stylish black worsted Suits 850 cheap enough at 1000 Mens fine blue flannel Suits 750 Mens extra fine Suits in fancy plaids and solid colors 10 regular 1250 Suits Full line of Childrens and Youths Suits from 75o to t 500 per Suit One lot of Mens and Boys Odd Coats and Vests at half value Remnant stock of Overcoats Mclntosh Coats at exactly cost = SPRING SHOES 1 ti i Mens fine Shoes coin toe at 8125 Mens Vici Kid Shoes lace and Congress broad toe at 82 Mens good solid fine Shoes coin toe at 8150 Mens fine Viol Kid Shoes In lace latest last 225 7 Mens highgrade fine Shoes black or ton 250 1Mens very best handmade Vici Kid and Chrome Calf Shoes latest last at 300 l 4 Mens heavy work Shoes high cut seam...

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. — 16 March 1900

L4 = G Itbttkg aa1ie s1 Tb lt H toMII pnMIiinnnilonlrlllConiiMrd one 8rr3 Ik lurlournal 13 IdloloyfJlIJIIIltb 1211 4 Nw York Tribune 1211 IIomi4 rn125 h 121U fl q1 U gl1noUllloimoUminoTiit lt0 1 Se W v ort Trtwrkiy Tribnni In InI LAXATIVE I LAXATIVESYRUP 9 r JK tfl X F J onI I NATuncacune ron I COMSIIPATJON lljmaJe from the dici extracts of I iveeetabrw mJ fn ntiins no in Ijurlous drugs 1J I tlie best pre ijunous that c n cxii ninJeJ prtI the cure of Coni > i i Uiliounes < Ik lIeJJ1h u JCS mJ t Jpel ColJu TiJ L c II Jrh1 Jrh1ut miKestlie complex 1 cir t jIJf11 l1dO not Ic i Ittcr than lIW butlie you he cvr uJa your your1r1Jlslst An Idt tmtoy I r c Wren well ias adults For ale by druggists at j 5 < x per bottle I M 3TOSI fBAT S 37 LYONS1IleAI A lyJ J II 14 1111 4 MM llnrllnnl UT R UyI I A IHMII t < U llnlpli H IId KyJ JUliN X TA Yi011 IiiuiinirII UfI CUUD with coabl O RO PSYCUUD IhouId L 110 CU tt allod bopIi III tee 4ty tllt twoihiMenfell jmptom rtmor t fMtlmonlali and T...

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. — 16 March 1900

Hartford Republican HartfordRepubIicaiPON PON and LON ROGERS Editor 1 VolojpaeikO Saauoaa Ofaco 33 i allIl It mill Frlaaui tg tfii Hartford Pub Coli nrponti Entered it Hartford postoffici is send cIass mail mailer RIDAY MARCH J6 THE Goebecrata failing to defea the Republicans at the polls now pro I pose to get rid of them by arresting them at five thousand a take MEN instead of horses are wed to handle the guns of theSouth African all available beasts of burden beinj commanded for other purposes THE Dempcratic take out is no on hand at Frankfort and decen people over the State are reminde that vultures are always found where the scent is the strongest UREY WOODSONS aristocratic gov ernment seems to be materializing Urey deserves better recognition thai he seems to be getting Why not givi him some of the rake oflf TnEElizabethtowu Veirs says The lust for office is the greatest curse 01 Kentucky and it is responsible loral OtiijfuuU bu jSTTHe Vor 7 t Democratic its not out of order to...

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 March 1900

tSPRING ATTRACTIONS < < < c O i + + + + I oioofooiJio > + + cloci U Iii Clothing Our entire new t 0 line is now on hands nnd to say + that they are BEAUTIES and if low in PRICES would fully cx press it Iprcss Ions allwI Suits in chock and stripo nt 500 4Mtm5 fine Icy Suits nicely finished 1750 + I Mens stylish black worsted Suits isi Ochenp enough + r at UOOOJ I Mens fino liluo flannel Suits 750 T I Mens extra fino Suits in fancy plaids and solid colors if j 10roKular 125 O Suits T Full lino of Childrens and Youths Suits from 75o to + 500 per Suit Ono lot of Moris and Boys Odd Coats and Vests at half i f vnluo 1 1 Remnant stock of Overcoats Molntosh Coats at oxactly j i cost 1 1 I NGSi I it > > IW = > W IW = t1i Mens fine Shoes coin toe at 8125 1Mens Vici Kid Shoes lace 8125i MenlI good olid fine Sheer coin toe at 150 i F Mens fine Vici Kid Shoes in lace latest last 8225 l Mens highgrade fino Shoes black or tan 8250 i Iens very best haudmado Yici Kid and Chrome ...

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