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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 7 October 1892

y wy .TAtug Mem IBTWHilllHil'miUi asF nritijrVour Jol) Woik 1 &? a BBPIBLIM to tiii: The Hartford Eepublican. SUBSCRIBE iok tiii: Wo aro well supplied with tho best material REPUBLCAN and havo very in our employ its JO, 8, ROGERS, Publisher, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. TERMS S1.25 ?er Annua. In Advance. rood workmen as can lio found. Prices reasonable. $1.25 per year. lrnD Anl VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1892. NO. 10. i-F VT7I f IHHPHHHTI , SoB ttCa Colds, ConhiJ!or Threat Whooiinf Couth, Bronchitis nj Aiihma. A MrUIn aura for Consumption In flnt stages, and sura rtlitf In aoine.l itirts. Bit at once. Ton will st.tb. (ictlltnt effect nftrr tUHe tho tnt tot. Mold by desltri everywbtrj. iirrj Miles 60 cent! end 41.00. a hatorax. rrmedt for Epileptic Fits, Fallliifr .Sickness, Hysterics, St. Titus Dance, Nervousness, Hypochondria, Melnneliollit, In. ebrity, SleeplrssiiP'.s, l)iz zLucss, Hraiii nml Spinal Weakness. This rnedlclno l...

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. — 7 October 1892

Hartford Republican fUBMsiiKO i:vi:hv fhiday mou.vi.vo. JO. 11. HOMI'.HH. IMitor ml Proprietor. FRIDAY, OGTO HER 7,18112. Wc nrc authorized to nniimuicc JOHN C. TOWNSEND A candidate on the People's Party Platform for Commonwealth's Attor iii! in llin .Sixth Judicial District. Kopiiblican Ticket. li kf - 6aV i "-, ; rJ v i ... '& .r.klJTj Tv, W 9(H SKJMfr V.V rwjr. ' fs &jr KOlt I'lHSIDIINT, BEXJAMIN HARRISON'. Of Imiiiiiin, ron vicr. rur.MPr.NT, WHITELAW REID. Of New York. roi: coNiutnss C. M. HARNETT, Of Ohio County. Km chutit .iiriKsi: I). L. ADAIR, Of Hancock County. 1011 roMMCXWlIVTIIf .Tioitxi:v F. P. NEAL. Of Ohio County. ror. siii:iiiit, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. rou nwnr rotiirr ci.i:iik, SEPTIMUS T. STEVEN'S. Look at tho Eaglo . j He's the same jirouil liird that will ailorn tlio Republican ballot at the coiniii" election. Loud the rent KnglMi ptet, is dead. What's the matter with Harnett? He's all right. WIW WWH !! ! Did you oversee n "fkeered'' Democrat? Look at Alex M...

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. — 7 October 1892

V t( - t ( '. v J . v msjauBiEsaiajiitss!sxssu PREPARE -- FAZRBROS.2cCOa Cim iiioto tlio most favorable piiccs on Mi, JaokoiSp Wraps, Onrtoati, Blankets, Comforts, Boots and Shoes, In fact every tiling in the line of ZERO PRICES OM TEMPERATE - WEARS. Wo are beyond a doubt bead-quarters for everything in S fcBflBBSTfi? We invite you y inspect our line, are not selling- all goods below i our competitors. i We want your eggs, feathers, etc., etc. BROS. CO., PUOP1UETOK8 B Hartford Temple of Fashion. hi i, , 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 wear your calico dress to the city and then come to our Ready Made Suit Department and we can sell you a handsome, stylish suit, all made up and ready, and they fit beautifully. AVe have Blazer Suits, Reefer Suits, Eton Knits all the very latest novelties. The Largest and Handsomest Store a...

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. — 7 October 1892

Hartford Republican HiJIMl, urfOHL' 7 IM. GRASS. The roso la pritul fur Its fat-o. The HI)' (or niliitly wlillum,! We loo this Mourn rir ll Iniinl I Rrnco, And Unit fur Itaiilr) Wo ea.) of llio imk, "IInv rruti'l iif ulrt lit Ofthewlllun uo mi), "linn idriiilrrl" And jet to tlioHoft ttrins, clotliliitt earth. How slight U tlio pmlso ho render! Dut tho urnni knnwH cll In licr mi rot hi art How u Ioio hir tool, Krecn rnliucul. So Rlio pin) a In alienee her lo el) part Ami tnrcn not nt nil for ui)intnt rJuch liar licr butternuts nod nnd drowse. With Bunnnil lcw brimming oicr; Each )car iilio plean thu Krudy cone With mi mm of hone) id elm it. Each )cnr on tho cnrtli'a wldo hrenst shi nroH. From bjirliiB until Mem Novemlnr, And then aho runuulurs mj imiti) uincd That no ono cltto will remimbcrl And in uith (.'Induce iiiuU In tctnrn fnrbucli scit dialing Wo trcud her cnreleisly under foot-Yet ho neier wound her fciliupd rnnrctt. Wliero Clinnielron iiro I'lcntlfiit. Almost ns frequent as ...

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. — 14 October 1892

it i i;. v iUW SS llriiiLrVoup Job Work PN K33 to tiii: OSce, The Harteobd Bepubltcm. SUBSCRIBE roit 'i in: Wo uro well supplied with thu best material REPUBLICAN uml have very in our employ us JO, I ROGERS, Publisher. ornciAL organ or the partv in the fourth congressional district, TSRMS tl.25 Per Annum, In Advance. r( kkI workmen us run Iid found, rnres reasonable. $1.25 per year. $k. rn?j ?nfl & VOL. Y. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1892. NO. 11. x iKlBl It Cura Colda, Coajai,Bora Throat, Crop.Infl,ien tt, whooping Comb, Bronchltil and Aitbmn, A ccit.In cure for Comumptloa In flnt tUget. and aura rtlitf In adranc.d atijrta. Did at once. You will if" tho txetlltnt effect after taring tha frit d.. Sold by dralira eTtrywb.ua. Linra kottleaMtcntiandJlCO, - hi."'3 m 17'? jmi: w Bhhwfv ? V -'5 n ttt lVorrat I'omi, Ijif. 0 Vila., lire., "88. Itwr. .1. O. llngeri ouciie lor tho follow Ins: Jnuiol llouney, lio km auIturluK from Villi. Daticolu Ita wont form for nbout 1 4 joita, w...

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. — 14 October 1892

Hartford Republican runi.isiii:i) i;vi:itv ikihav moiinino. jo. it. niMit:i(N. IMiii r kii'I I'mprlilnr. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1802. We am authnii.cd to .nnutiunce JOHN C. TOWNSEND A candidate on the People'- Party I'lutfoiin for Coininniiwealih's Atlnr. net in the Sixth Judiuiitl District. Homblican Ticket. ? f v v Kolt I'ltlVHIllKNT, RENJAMIN HARRISON. )f Indiana. Koit vn i: I'liKsmnvr, wiiitklaw rich). Of New York. run O. M. RARXEI'I Of t)lilu CtilllltV.' rtu rii.cn r .it'inii: I). I.. ADAIR, ir ti UN a t '1.11111 v. rou ro. i mi wi:tr .'-i .rio ,.vi v F. IV ni:i.. ()i ( ),iiu i '.nil y. lint CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. rou ciiiccir imihit ci.niiK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. Look at the Eagle. He's tlio same proud liird that will adorn the Republican liallot at tin) coiiini" election. SUPERINTENDENT'S REPLY. Knowing, as I do, the sincerity of my motives and the honest, faithfulness with which I have tried to discharge the duties of the ollice, the people have vouchsafed to my care, mid feeling ...

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. — 14 October 1892

r I 1 . V tmiwNHjSwggagsggg ggarats osKngaav!Ba.is FRIDAY, OCTOBER M, 1892. Trade with Sat a it Me. Chldrcn shoes 25 c per pair at Fair Bros, it Co. Buy Cate's jeans and yarns at Fair Bros, it Co. 2,000 pounds of leathers wanted at tho Racket Store. See tho hauilsonic lino of carpets at Anderson's Bazaar. New millinery received at Fair Bros, it Co. every week. Largo si.o bed blankets, S1.00 per pair at Fair Bros, it Co. If you want dry goods nt your own price, buy of Carson it Co. Our stock is really newer than ourselves. Causon & Co. Tho most stylish hatn that have left Hartford this fall have gone from Fair Bros. & Co. ciowr 'KKPAItK KOI! WINTER. FAXRBROS.&CO. Can iiiotc tin1 most fuvornlilu prices on Cltih, Jackets, Wraps, Overcoats,' Blankets.Ccmforts, Boots and Shoes, lu tact everything in tho line of ZERO PRICES ON TEMPERATE - WEARS. We are beyond a doubt head-quarters lor everything in We invite vou to come and inspect, our line, and see if we. arenot selling all ...

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. — 14 October 1892

Hartford Republican " KKUAY, OLTOHKU II, IS'.IJ." Fourth District The following is list of the Cliairmi'ii mill Secretaries of tlio various Iiepiiblicaii County in tlio Fourth Contrretsioiml Distiict; District Cliairiimn (J. M. Hartford. Ilreekenridijo Miller, Cloveiport; .lessn Kskridjfe. Itullitt II. T. Troiitin.111, ('. T. Trniituiiiii, Grayson Dan O'liiliiy, .1. 1J. Wooers, l!nnoill". II. Milliy, ' It. I.. Fostor, Gruuin') r . Iliinliii W. Kerrick. S. K. Smitli, Hurt .1. li. Duins, .lolin V. ltruiits, l.ulttiu Cud IJnrlci, Hudirenvillu; .lolin Atlierton, Miijjiiolin. .Marion -I.. .M. Dryo, Hra 0. A. Johnson, l.ehimoii. Meade -It. I. .Simpson, Me.idvillo; C. C. l'arluii;li, lirandenburi,'. Nelson -.1. .1. Irvihu, IJurdstown; John 15. Waller, Hardstown. Ohio Wood Tinsley, Hartford: Jo. IS. lingers, Hartford. Talor W. I.. .Malum, .1. !'. Carroll. Villi'. Washington Major J. I.. Springfield; W. ). lined, .Mil ltTbiirg. KINDERHOOK. Oct. I. Miss Situ Shiner, of (irav.son county, is vi...

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. — 21 October 1892

y rtrag "i Y i 1tr,flltirVmTTI MMWOAjfr ' tzt .?.-. .., K iSwiTiwif nVaSwiiffiS WS5W22K& BUUMaaKaiHWHH MttwaWMMMMMaBMIWHaHB Htfal SB a. Miiii.fVour Joli Work '5LJ' . iiij I ,.T"'' - jo tiii: The Harieobd Kepublican, SULSChtLE j miici ii4Hl ' 10 : l nn Wu am 1 Hiiiilit'il , Mini with haw llnucr itiouroinploN best material ns JO, B, ROGERS, Publisher. OFFICIAL 0ROA1I OF TKE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERMS SL25 Fer Annum, Id Advance. . ILrUDLIUHIH iood workmen ns can bo fouiitl. I'liecsri'ascinnhk. $1.25 per year. faV. K VOL. V. HAllTFOllD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1892. NO. 12. f' SEPTEMBER Marks the Opening of tho FAhhund WINTER TRADE. We oiler lor vonr inspection u LAIWK"; stock Ol .New iiihI Goods at Vory Reasonable Prices - at mi: 111 III IMPORTED StMTING.S I'lom tlio of Europe. AMERICAN FABRICS In now mill beautiful p:itterti. exclusive designs In Tall ami winter nnvoltie. Our on uti.i iiifiiiio BEST VALUES for LOWEST Prices ,)()() Fall mul Winter Clonks, Ia...

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. — 21 October 1892

Hartford Republican PURM8HKI) i:'KHY KIIIDAY MOHNINO. JO. II. U(HJi:ilN, lMltnr inil I'roprlrtnr. FRIDAY, OCTOHtilltM, 1892. We are iiutbori.cil to nnnouiicc JOHN C. TOWNSEND A candidate on the People's Party Plutfonn for Commonwealth's Attor ney in tho Sixth Judicial District. Republican Ticket. fS m & ffllH C &J &$ FOU IMIIUdDKNT, BKN.IAMIX HARRISON, Of Iudiuna, for vtcr. rnr.iioi:sT, WHITFIAW KEID, Of Xew Vork. FOit CONIIWXS 0. M. HA UN KIT, Of Ohio County. roit cikcuit juixii: D. L. ADAltt, Of Hancock County. ron co.mmcsvi:atii a atioiini:y F. P. NEAL. Of Ohio County. FOIt CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. FOR CIIICL'IT COtlKT Cl.KllK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. Look at tho Englo. He's the same proud bird that will adorn tho Republican ballot at the coming election. PARTING NOTICE. The Herald finding that it had failed to make a case out of the shameful assault upon me in regard to my being short in the school fund, skulks in-gloriously away from its lying insinuations and comes out un...

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. — 21 October 1892

JS 11 FAIR BROS. & CO. NERVE" Th Makes the successful man now-a-days. The big- merchant is the merchant with "nerve" to stand up to adversity and hit (lie blows that KNOCKS OUT The Arch Unemy of Trade. Fair Bros. tSv Co. have nerve enough to put the knife clear into the vitals of prices. Timorous FRIDAY, OUTOBKK 21, 1892. Trade with Carson it Co. NEXT FRH)AYCT. 28. Hon. Augustus K. Willson next Friday. More new hats just received at it Go's. Col. J. S. It. Wedding speaks at Whitesville to -morrow night. New crop of sorghum inohisses nt Williams Bros. fino quality. Hon. Augustus K. Willson will speak at Hartford next Friday. If you wnnt n thave, shinglo or shampoo, call on Archie Cain, tho fancy barber. Wo havo a big lino of boots. Como ' ganizcd. and sco our stock. Causon & Co Iu this issuo will bo found tho statement of tho Beaver Dam Deposit Hank. Tho Bank is m a flourishing condition. high Shrink from doing this, but it's the only way to move seasonable goods. FAIR BROS. ...

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. — 21 October 1892

QU8S. nw iarwmr Hartford Republican QUIT cussing Whon tho Old Man Camo Down tho Tree." liliir.lul) 1 V1 1. !. A. I.. Clark, of tlio Seeond Ken-lucky District, who has uioru jack kuiven that were voted him for lining the ugliest man on thu fair grounds than any other man in the statu, told a Blade man how the Hon. lames MeKeime, World's Fuir from Kentucky, gave up swearing. Mr. McKeiuio U the orator of the South, a wit, and a gentleman of the polish and finish necessary to make one as universally popular us he is. Here is Clink's st:ry: "Jim's father was n strict churchman. He had ideas ahout liiinging up his boys winch were too high to be ..rnn.innl Ynn knmv it won't Jo to , " . " I " cnpaiiiu hi nil iiiim jjret to ,vaL.h licrf.j,l0. try to make a saint out of n boy, j,;., f,iy, but two of every spcc'ci 1 "Lot mo have tho pleasure of in Kentucky. One day after f livnig'tliing found upon tho earth, ing you over tho steamer," ho said, a lecture from the old man, Jim and , evt, 0f ever...

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. — 28 October 1892

f MtoH ti m iiipi mm '"mupwft m H33 UriimVour : Jul) Work tfL ipiiii! . Tie Hartford Eepublican. SUB3CIUJJE FOR Till. Wo art) wull supplied nud willi havo thuvury in our best employ material iw JO, S, ROGERS. Publisher. OFFICIAL OMAN OF THE PARTY IK '.THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TEPvMS S1.23 Per Asnum, In kinm, good workmen us can hu $1.25 per year. found. I 'rices ruasonitblu. m SL x KnC VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FIUDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1892. NO. 13. mx smii PEECHOFE.P.NEJM. Candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney On Republican Ticket. AT PLEASANT RIDGE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY NIGHT OCTOBER 15, 1892. Fixi.ow Cm.uxs: In what I may have to say for your consideration, the nhii'c ami ridicule heaped upon ineaiid my candidacy DyMr. Kowe and hi organ, the Hurlford Herald, render it more personal than ordinarily the canons of good tuetu frcuni to res ipiiro. Hut, when a candidate, ns Mr. Kowo has done, seeks by his' own selection, u race by contrast and com. parison ol records and conduct, prof...

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. — 28 October 1892

Hartford Republican puhmsiiki) r.vmiY fmdav mousing. JO. II. UOHItllH. IMIliU mill I'l.iprlclnr. "Kimu v, dcn'onEU asTjsnar Wc itre nuthoiized to announce JOHN 0. TOWNSEND A candidate on the People's Party Platform (or Commonwealth's Attor iiim in the Sixth Judicial District. Republican Ticket. y FOK ritlAIDlINT, BENJAMIN HARRISON. Of Indiana. FOR VtCi: I'KKtflDKNT, WIIITELAW REID, Of New York. roil c'oxiuit 0. M. BAHNKTT, Of Oln County. ron circuit .iiiimii: D. L. ADA1K, Of Hum nek County. roil rOMMONWIHTJl'.S ATTOUM'.Y l- P. NEAL. Of Ohio County. rou. nuiri', CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. FOIl C'lltCUIT COTIliT Cl.OK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. Look at the EarIo. He's the saino proud bird that will adorn thu Iiepublieaii ballot at tin coining election. MRS. HARRISON DEAD. At 1:40 a. m. Tuesday morning the beautiful life of the coinpanion of our sorrowing President came to an end. Although she had sufl'eied many months and her condition wis known by million of people to be critical, yet when this...

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. — 28 October 1892

V - .... ii FAIR BROS. & CO. NERVE ?? Makes ilic successful man now-a-days. Tlic big merchant is the merchant with "nerve" to stand up to adversity and hit (lie blows that KNOCKS OUT The Arch Enemy ol Trade. Fair Bros. fr Co. have nerve enough to put the knife clear into the vitals of high prices. The Shrink from doing this, but it's the only way to move seasonable goods. FAIR BROS. CO. Propose to lead the trade in Hartford by showing just how they Win by Nerve. FAIR BROS. & CO., Props. Hartford Temple of Fashion. It Tastes Good. w& One reason why Scott's Emulsion of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Ilypopliosphitcs of Lime and Soda has had such a large sale is because it is "Almost as palatable as milk;" but the best reason is that its curative properties are unequalled. It cures the cough, supplies the waste of tissues, produces flesh and builds up the entire system. Hoott'n KtuuMlon curoa Coughs, Cold, Consumption, Scrofula, and all Annomlo nnd Wasting Diseases. Provo...

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. — 28 October 1892

Hartford Republican " FRIDAY, OtTOKfWJS, bW2. T'HOFFSSIthXA 1, CA UP. ATTOWNKY AT llAHTKOItl), - - KKXTUCKY. Jl. tltlw ) . K, ll I'IMI. Glenn 6s XTocidiiior, HARTFORD, KY. (mini', uti r Amli'iaini'. II (Mir.) Will pin. Hi i- lli it- j.i ..r. In .ill i Ik irl ii 'Miliinml it.lini mhI null ful ApHlll Slt'litl .tlltlill.'lt Ik I'lllmlitl prm In' ana" ..lluil , V.'lliit) Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will prni tii'e li1 111 Ohio and Riljoln. IhKioiiiitics.iihil tln court u( Appi'itla. .peui Htlriillnn rIii n to collet lion.. iflic k north aide public rqtmre. S 7It K. Il.f.UKKV. H. H. 1UNG0. 6S ElngO, Attorneys at Law. Will rn In nil rinill" ol lhir .ilnlii.ljointng rountlt a, iiml in S ijm imr I'nurt nil. I Court of Ap. I ln. C'olltvlion nml nil Ii v'iiI nlti tided In. (llll. c, Nn.:i.M K.MiuLiI rtllHrilorJ, ly. Perry Westerfield ATIOEXET AT LAW, JEZ. K. "Wedding, Attorney at Law, Rosine, (iiilnt'lii I'ltntdi i nnildiii).'.) Will prm In" hi" n"'itii'ii III nil tin' rnurtaol iMi'm nn.l ...

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. — 4 November 1892

VJKS3 75XX BringYour Job Work The Habtford i rj TO Till Eepfelicajv. SUBSCRIBE ro tiii: o uro woll supplied mid with liuvi) tliu in ory our host omplov material us JO, 8, R05ERS, Publisher, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF IRE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Pep him, Id Advance. PB Lid good workmen us can ho found. Pricesroasonahlu. iw r VOL. Y. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1892. NO. 14. $1.25 per year. CSSE9IBR! FA..STOLINE dav or HER wstjjWjft CASEBIER'S 'BUS .MKKTrf ALL DAILY oisrus PRICE TO ALL. MS 2 mm ALIKK. SPECIAL ATTENTION Given to the Traveling Public. fir- ' fi'V" MA if ' ur i7i I 7-i- .OAtW r iiipm v nighl. -- Va rAbJ&Yv ilMf. MiHl vs.vr wis V Vi htY Also keeps a Livery and Fwd Stable, win; re you can have your Horses Fed. and gel ihc besi of rigs Leave jour orders willi I BURTON. SEPTEMBER Marks tho Opening 0111)0 FALL ami WINTKR THADE. We oiler for vour inspection a LARGE'; stock Of New and Desirable Goods at Vory Reasonable Prices AT TIIK in in mn IMPORTED SUIT...

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. — 4 November 1892

Hartford Republican I runMS!ii;i i:t.uv riuu.w moiinixu JO. II. ItollDlts. IMItnr uml I'ropiUtor. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER!, 1892. We arc authomed to announce JOHN C. TOWNSEND a ...... ,i;,i,iir. mi tlm Venule's Party Plntfiinii fur Cuiniunnwoulth't! Attor i net in the .Sixth Judicial District. Republican Ticket. IWKtI vrj crtg kou riirmnNT, 11ENJAMIN HARRISON, Of Indiana, kou vici: i,ihmii)i:sti WHITELAW REID. Of New York. KOIt coxukkss C. SI. HARNETT, Of Ohio County. wit ciitci'iT jumh: D. L. ADAIR, Of Hancock County. ron rOMMCSWKATlfrf ATTOIINBY f. i. neal. Of Ohio County. ron HiicitiFP, CLAYTON L. WOODWARD. KOU CIltCUIT C'OT'ltT Cl.i:ilK, SEPTIMUS T. STEVENS. Look at tho Eagle. He's the- muiiu proud bird that will adorn tho Republican ballot at thu cominir election. Von: for B.mett. B.itxi:iT for Congress. Ri:ad Sam James' letter. Von: for E. 1'. Neal for Common" wealth's Attorney. WtioiiAiii) and Stevens are both good men, vte for them. C.wr your ballot for that gallant young Republica...

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. — 4 November 1892

V h f V ' !- . 8 c THE FM y.v yi reSB c& i v Ntt ?SRtTw III I III I""" 11 .nmaire.VtssWJismljMismjj ixmxttmivMrrx (vtssssssKaui yjjKEfTytfifiJiMMak THAINfl I.R.IVK IIKAVKR DAM. TH.UN8 OOINO WKST. Nil, S, Mull and Impress 12:10 r. m. No. 7, I.lmotcJ 11:.10 r. . 'WAINS (101 NO KA8T. No, 0, Hull anil Kire - 1:48 r. M. No. I, Umitnl Exprens - 3.43 a. m FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1892. The following named partios attended the Hollowo'on party at the homo of Miss Mnry Nail, Monday night: Missus Ida Duke, Emma Fair, Helen Fostor, Mattio Sanderfur, Stolla Thomas, Eva Morton, Maggie Nail, Messrs. John J. Mollenry, T. J, Morton, Jas Smith and Marvin Bean. OREAT Bargain Center is BROS, ft CD Mens nice suit, all wool G. 50 to 820.00 guarantee FAIR BROS. & CO., Props.. Hartford Temple of Fashion. onsumption .csit That dreaded and dreadful disease! IWhat shall stay its ravages? Tliousands 'say acotts Jimulsion ol pure Norwegian cod liver oil and hypophosphitcs of lime and soda has cured us of co...

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. — 4 November 1892

flartibrd liupulilicaii fki dayTno V KM Wk 4, mti Suporiutondont's Visits. fOSC'Oltl). Monday, Oct '24. District No. fiO; Albert London, teacher. PupiUen. rolled in Ceunus Report, !!); pupils enroled in Bchoool, !5; pupils present, '28; pupils absent, f; cause of absence, sickness. Visitors, Mr. "Phillips, Miss Tula Phillips, Mm. Frank Sullenger and Miss Clara Sullenger, Total, 4. No improvements in bouse or furniture. IIAIW. No. 3; A. II. Kenfrow, teacher. Pupils enrolled in Census Report, aO; s enrolled in school, 4'V, pupils present, !)2. pupils absent, 11; cause of ah sence, sickness and work. As the teacher had'unt received no-. tice of my coining no visitors were present. Au elegant new house has been built and the school will move- into it next week. The trustees and patrons deserve great credit for their in building. SUNNYDAI.K. No. .")8; Mi?e Kcrtlin Felix, teach, or. Pupils enrolled m Census Report. 2; pupils enrolled in xehnol, 'JS; pupils absent, 24; cause sickness. Visi...

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