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

( M lull U Ar von all run sion of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypopliosphiles oj Lime and Soda will build you up and put flesh on you and give you a good appetite. Paett'a Emnltloo cure Ceafb., eUe, OMumarUon, roAi! h all Anemic ml wnitlM SUtMci. rrartntawMtUrla klUfM. tto.iT (let Bata. llejsaVed 7 "eoH t Bowat, Cbmt Heir lee. 0oM r all Drugttoto. SEPTEMBER Marks tho Openiug of tho FALL ami WINTER TRADE. We offer lor your inspection a LARGE : STOCK Of New ami Desirable Goods at Very Reasonable Friooi AT Tim- HUD RULE m IMPORTED SUITINGS From the fashion centres of Europe. AMERICAN FA1HUCS In new ami beautiful pattern. EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS In fall anil winter uoveltic. Our iiniiir on niij 1'nrhMcr mraaa BEST VALUES for LOWEST Prices 5,000 Fall and Winter Cloaks, latent Styles, $2.o0 to$3o each. C.E. Overstreet&Co 238 Fourth A v., Louisville, Ky. Sore I.Ot'lVII.I.I'.,NT. I.OIUN A TKX. R. K. L1.i3.ill!, St, Louis & Tens ailwiy. HCIIKDl'I.K IN KrHKCT NOV. I. IMI. .So. si, ;o,s...

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 December 1892

Hartford Republican PUBLISHED KVERY FIMIUY MOHN1NO. I. i ! a. JO. B. ROUEHft, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1892. Who of our citizens have the pluck and public spirit to look into the of building n pike to Reaver Dam? That wo ncsd it no one dc nics. Hartford and the people of the southern part of the county will lose more iu the wear and tear of wagons and teams in tho next ten years than it would cost to build a pike. Let's bavo a good road to Reaver Dam, navigation of Rough River and wo will bo in a position to treat railroads that come courting our favor with cold indifference. The painting of tho World's Fair buildings was found to bo an immense undertaking, so much so that when work was begun it was soon discovered that it was impossible to put men enough to work ou the buildings to paint them before the opening of the great Fair. Rut American enterprise has never yet been found wanting and Mr. Frank Millett, the artist in charge,invented a machine by which four 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. — 16 December 1892

r X'. SANTA CLAUS DID IT! The old gentleman came by night and ordered such a variety of Holidays Goods at FAIRBROS.&CO. Popular Store That he simply overwhelmed them and made them hustle to care for them; but now IT'S ALL RIGHT And Fair Bros. Co. have put everything into proper shape. They are ready to show the goods and part with thcmf too, at moderate price's just To Please The Children. Hartford Temple of Fashion FAIR BROS. & CO., T. ID mTXXJXJ3LAJ&& tSDOES THE FINEST AND BLACKSMITHING. a s ecialty. A large stock of best modern P cv., and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. i). WILLIAMS. BeaveI' Lam. y. P FiniittUi FwiiW! For Ward-Robes Dressers, or anything in the General Furniture Line, see T. J. MORTON. N.N. &M.V.R.R. TRAINS LEAVE BEAVKU DAM. TRAINS GOINH WEST. No. . Mull and ExprM HilO ' N, T, Limrtrd Kiprm U:Sr. . TRAIN8 OOJNO EAST. No. I, Mail nd Kxpreii Mir. No. I, Limit. J Expr.it FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1892'.' For Sale. A good farm con...

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 December 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1(5, 18) Facing a Lion. Exchange." In ono of the bkIo shows connected with the circus was n single lion in it. On the cnge was n plncard reading: "This hcast has killed ten men. Ono thousand dollars to any ono who dares enter his cage." A big sign to the same effect was hung up outdoors, and those who didn't go in to sec the fat boy and tho mermaid surely vnnt ed to gazo on the lion. There was a good crowd in, and the lecturer was about to begin on tho mermaid when a little old man, who was bowlcgged and humpbacked, crowed to the Irout and said: "Look here, I want to try for that thourand dollars. Gimmie a show at that lion." "My friend, do you want to ho torn into dog meat?" asked tho lecturer in reply. "You wouldn't live thirty after entering the cage." "Is he a Numidian lion?" "He is, and one of the most savage beasts ever captured." "Killed ten men, eh?" "He hao." "Wall, I'd like to tacklo him. It he kills me that'll he 'leven. I Wnnt that th...

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 December 1892

VI - AV-. r I HiTJIpilAJMIliU BHTV 3casiiTi iingtat8eQcrai PX HritiSYour Job Work StSa 1 TO ,11 TIIK 02... The AETEORD EePFBLICAK SUBSCRIBE Wo aro Tjell supplied REPUBLGAN with tho vory bestmntorial r and hnvo in our employ r.a JO, B, RQSEF.S, Publisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY !H THE FOURTH C0M1.OTAL DM&.N. TER1SS 1.25 Ps: Amis, Id Aimed ood workmen an can b found. I'riciisromoiiablo. $1.25 ner ear. Saw B- JgRI Kr 14 I VOL. V. HARTFOED, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1892. NO. 21. I 1 a- Yifm faS? Kr 3HC i J if ras itP. Cxdba - i AS .?&& One reason why Scott's Emulsion of Pure No. wegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites of Lime ond 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 builils up the entire system. Bcott'a UtmiMou ci:roa Cotiehc, Coldu, Consumption, flr.rofulj, and all Annorrlo tintl Vcgtlng DIo...

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 December 1892

Hartford Republican rVBLISIIED BVEBV FIUDAY MORNIMO. JO. B. ROGERS, Editor and Proprietor. J m FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1892. "- r - in TV. 'J ATTENTION. We have just perfected arrange tnenU by which wo can furnish tbo Hartford Republoan and the Weekly Courier-Journal one year for $1.75. The is by far tho ablest Democratic paper in the South. Ttka taete two s year for tho small sura of I1.T5, You can get tho Republican and the New York Tribune for only $1.25, the price of tbo Republican alone. What is the Hew York Tribune It ts the ablest Republican paper in the United States with 24 pages chock full of the choicest reading matter. Tho Retuuucan and the Tribune for $1.25 Again, you can get the Republican and the Some and Farm, a semimonthly agricultural paper published at Louisville for $1.25. The JJoine and Farm is one of ihe ablest and best agricultural papers published. It has 1G pages crowded with information for the farmer and his family. The Republican and tho Home and Farm for $1...

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 December 1892

1 ( V ': y "J f SANTA GLAUS DID IT! Tho old gentleman came by night and ordered such a variety of Holidays Goods at FAIRBROS.&CO. Popular Store That he simply overwhelmed them and made them hustle to care for them; but now IT'S ALL RIGHT And Fair Bros. & Co. have put everything into proper shape. They are ready to show the goods and part with them, too, at moderate price's just To Please The Children. Hartford Temple of Fashion FAIR BROS. & CO., THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST BLACKSMITHING. r a s ccialty. A large stock of best modern P cws, and all kinds of Farming Implements on hand. Call on him. J I). WILLIAMS. Tam. y. Finite: fmik!! Tor YV Dressers, or anything in the General Furniture Line, see T. J. MORTON. N.N.&M.V.R.R. BBByMjSNjF tVmmKmf TRAINS LEAVE HEAVER PAM. TRUSS OOINCJ WEST. No. 5. Mull and Express 2"10 ' " No. T, Umeted Bipross 11.30 r.. TRAINS (101NO EAST. . if .11 .ml Einri i .1:41 r. it. Ho. Limited Kipres ,l,(lt. FRIDAY.DKOEMBER 23, 1892. For Sale. A good ...

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 December 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, 1&02. ' - How Famous Rulers Diocl. Qlole'J)cmocfDl,' King David tiled of old nge. Louis XVI. died on tho eeuflold. III. was killed in battle. Aliraluun Lincoln was assassinated. James A.Unrliold was assassinated. Charles I. Knglaud was beheaded. Louis V. was poisoned by u 4110011. Attilla the Hun died in a drunken spree. Mustiiplui II. wadstiangled in prison. Darius Codoiuus was killed in battle. Milliard Fillmore died of paralysis at 07. Andrew Johnson died of paralysis at 74. Achmet 111. was strangled by his guards. Chester A. Artlier died of apoplexy at .r6. Louis I. died of a fever during a campaign. James II. died in exile of gluttonous habits. Nerva was supposed to have been poisened. General Grant died of cancer of the throat at !'!. Kmperor William, of Germany, died of old age. Tiberius was smothered by one of his favorites. Louis V. was poisoned by his moth- er and wife. Solynmn I. was dethroned and murdered in prison. Henry VI., of Fngland, ...

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 December 1892

If i ;l . . l ' ' J JRVM X.., IJriiiYour Job Work TO lMli i IT qu .-, i IPiMEl to Tin: The EOED BePTIBLICAN. SUBSCRIBE roit Tin: Wo aro vtoll supplied witli tho vory liost inntorial ami linvoinoiiroiiiploy workmen lto na JO, B, mm, Publisher, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL BISTRICT. n USUI tl.25 Per Amo, Ii A.,.b... good iih can found, l'rioosronsonablo. V $1.25 per year. fax SufJ MS yol. v. IXAllTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2$, 1892. NO. 22. ( IV. & sft&tf &&W and soda That I What shall stay F ft. I - say rjcotts cod liver oil has Gltrccl us stages. Have you a cough or cold acute or to consumption? Make no delay but take Peon's r.tnulslun euros Cougho, Coldo, Coiioiimption, Scrofula, tinil nil Anaomio nm! Wasting Uioonsos. ProvontB wasting In Chlltlron. Almost ut tuilntnltlo ns inllU. ttrt only the genuine. Pro-runs! by Hcott .t Hownc, CliotuKts, Now York. Hold by all Dru'Iste. TTTnr.TT i- ; SEPXEEEBEK Murk (lie Opuiuii.; of tin' FALl.timl 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. — 30 December 1892

vm& Hartford Republican TUBM8IIED EVJ.KY FUIDAY MOKNINO. jo. n. Rour.itH, K.lilfir unit Proprietor. FRIDAY, DECEMBERS!), 18!)2. Cmoi.eiu is spreading in Hamburg. It's time to pick out tho now leaf you propose to turn over Sunday. CimiHTiiAs brought the usual nutu bcr of killings, tight?, drunks ami broken heads. Bonv, to-morrow night about the wile ot Father Time, a bouncing boy, 1893. The Democratic leaders havo an elephant on their hands in tho Turin question. They realize as everybody else that "they'll be damned if they do and bo damned if they don't," and they are uncertain as to which is less dangerous "to do" or "to dou't." In the mean time the Republicans will look on and "just let 'cm fix it." It is not without sadness that we announce the approaching demise of a very worthy being, who has been for many days tho companion of us all. But such is our duty. We all know him. Ho has been a friend to us all. Wo may censure him, perhaps. He has given us gifts and has taken fro...

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 December 1892

t V i- . V , gggA iUw, -if FAIR RRfl$ ;; I GUESS NOT.' Can't get tliem cheaper than that? I GUESS NOT. "Well it's the lowest anyone giving- CUESS NOT. HOW? Why at Fair Bros. &Co.'s they are rather bolter and rather cheaper. ITS THE SAME WITH EVERYTHING. Just Come Hartford Temple of Fashion FAIR BROS- & CO.. Props. Funuinn Pnwiitaiwm IB For Ward-Bobes Dressers, the General Furniture Line, see T. .3. MOKTON. N. N & M. V. R. R. $m sSgggtefe TRUVII.KAVK HKWI'.lt 1HM. TiuiN" iiOiNu WKar So, It, Mall midllipro WiW' . Mo. T, l.ltiielej r..n U:ir. TKAINt MMNtl IIAS'I. No. 6, Mall ami Kiprc" " ,!" r" " No. , Limited Kiprrin - " M 'U - .'CI FRIDAY, DKCEMHKU 30, 1892. Incorporation Notice Notice ii horoliy givon tlmt tlio Articles of lucorpotntion, pursuant to chapter fill, (ionoral Statues of Kentucky, of tlio Ciainos Coal Company hao boon duly acknowledged mid lo.lj'o 1 for record in the Ohio County Clerk's Office. The names of tlio Incorporator are W. S. Gaines and W. O. ltoiul....

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. — 30 December 1892

SSSiM. Hartford Republican FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 192. " ' A WEIRD TALE Of the Death-Rain of Moto-ors in Dakota. The I.nrenit Vllilcli TrIN How II"" Nionx cr .Villi il li Mrriil ltnl Up AkiiIiisI I lie 'row- lalHiiit Kroin Urn on nhlrli HroimtiU'oMii II Ion KnrtThM nHwtloii l lhe t'ouiitrr In Ntrrwn with Homul Meteoric Nlnnra. 'a 'e. Probably tbe Btronjjest tale of show or ol meteorites linn been liatuleil down by the Sioux Indians in Dakota. A 6iory is told by the old men of tho tribe, and tliey say that received it from tbeir nucest ns, who wore pnrticimnt8 in the lijibt by the intervention of tho Manituu. Tho itory has been liundrd down by tra. ilition from lather to mm until it ban beconir a part ot tribe's history. and is firmly believed by all tho Indians on tho Coteau range. Nor is tho story without evidence to prove its truth. The very name of the Cannon Hall river in derived from the traces of this miraculous intervention of the heavens of the Indian li'lit. The "Cannon Hall r...

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. — 6 January 1893

t i i jiiLWium i nni' 'j.wiw.1" wwwwuw 'l .uum'w" ij"i jiwwi'wwumuimmiwLWjmnijiMW pM? UrinYi.iir .Mi Work 1 iS? W35" IS Ti Till. TI-T HlETDBD REPUBLICAN. SUBSCRIBE roti tiii: 1FHIE1 aw W ,tw i n W ;iro wall supplied RLPUBLCAN with theu'r) bent nmtevhil . and havn in. ur t'iploy as JO, S, ROGERS, Publisher, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IH THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL BISTRICT. TIRMS S1.25 hi Annum, In Admce. wood wnrkliHMi as call ho foiiml. Price rem wimbli'. $1.25 per year. 7rnft S.i SrC v VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1893. NO. 23. fel 7Wl ,11 "P trkTTfS ymi .tt, W yril rj I H Hi It is n wonder fill remedy, which is alike benefi cial to you and your children. Such is Scott's EmuIswk of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and of Lime and Soda. It checks wasting in the children and produces sound, healthy flesh. It keeps them from taking cold and it will do the same for you Kcntt's rt cures Conhs, Colds, Consumptun, Scrofula and all Anaemic a-.d Vastiiip Di.riasci. Prevents wasting-...

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. — 6 January 1893

Hartford Republican - , . m, ' m -tt: TUBLtSIIED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, '.' ' JO. n. nOGEIlN, alitor mi! Proprietor. FRIDAY, JANUARY G, 1893. PROSPECTS. The Work of tho Republican During tho Past Year and Its Outlook for tho Future. A VmT HATINF.UTOKYMIOMIXU. The Republican is not much given to boasting, but wo feci that tbc bounds of propriety would not be overstepped it we should modestly call attention to whatever measure of success hns been attained in the past year, and the prospects of tho Republican in tho new year just beginning. Tho present management 1ms had control of tbe paper for littlo more than a year, aud in that time tho circulation has been doubled so that it is our pleasure to state that it u now 1,500 and steadily increasing. Tho merchants have found that advertising in tho Republican would reach tho people, and this department has been liberally patrouized. Our spaco is worth to the advertiser twice ad much as it was a year ago, because we reach twice os many peo...

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. — 6 January 1893

a" 'i I t -i !9 FAIR PilUdi "I GUESS NOT." Can't got them I GUESS NOT. "Well it's the lowest price I ever heard of anyone giving u5 USSN HOW? Why at Fair Bros. & Co.'s they arc rather better and rather cheaper. IT'S THE SAME WITH EVERYTHING. Just Come Liratford Temple of Fashion FAIR BROS. & CO., Props DAM packers' practical institute. SIMtlsJTsiSlONOPENS JAN. 3193. yjiMssassscsi rnrio:. '"ok tkum Ill J"niriwrr J)fU Ituoi Ill InlpniudSite Department In High ScIhmI Department In Collegiate Derailment li'unl in private families Iiom Wo have LWmm of Study to Hint all and very decidedly guarantee to all tanicM ttiuleuti. Soul ior circulars for further information. K. R. UA Y, PreMdent; DOHA E. GIBSON, Vice 1'res. Watch this space ;ibr SCA'RSON & CO'S .Announcement mext week. N.N, 4&M.V.R.R. ! i"Mffinrrifc TRAINS LEAVE 11KAVKU DAM. TRAINS GOING WEST. No, 5, Hull and Kiprrs 210 " No. 7, Umeted Kiprcsi 11:30 r.n. TRAINS GOING EAST. No, 6t Mall and Eipress - l:r. ". No. 8, M...

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. — 6 January 1893

Hartford Republican FRIDAY oTUAlTvrrsOnT HAKDINSBURG. Miss Mary E Bowmcr is making nil extended visit to friends in Earlington and Mnrii&onvillc, Miss Lucy Frank, a vivacious and accomplished youug lady of Bewlcy ville, is in town, tbo guest of Miss Lillio Scott, Mr. Henry M. Eakridgo, Secretary of the McIIeary Coal Co., was hero last week in the hands of his friends. Mr. Graham Eskridgc, of tho Mc-Henry Coal Co., and Mr. Thomas Bowmer, of tho L. fc NM wero at homo during a portion of tho holidays. Prof. It. P. Shacklett was recently on the sick list. The social event of tho season nt this place wilicorao offJanunry 9th. The Hardinsburg Fieh nud Gatno Club announce their annual banquet on tho evening of that day. The following portion of an editorial in the Breckcnridge News is, to say tho least of it, highly interesting: "Asthetirao for seating the new Democratic Administration approaches, the thirst f:r office nmoug Demo crats increases. This is probably natural and just." A d...

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. — 13 January 1893

as SUS i.x'.i HrinrrVfitir Joli Work riYi s&: S5r ius H Ifflffii to Tin: The Haeteobd Kepitblicae SUBSCRIBE rou tmi. Wo nro woll supplied I QUI .with thuvcry honttitatoriul unci li;ioiu our employ aa JO, B, Mm, Publisher, OFFICIAL ORQAK OF THE PARTY !N THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TIRES IU5 hr AaiQB, la Aimtt, good workmen ts can bo found. I'ricusruasoiialriu. $1.25 per year. waw rv: Knffl ftx: VOL. Y. HARTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, 5! JANUARY 13, 189. NO. 24. rj& VYt 1 T.- M Ft MMW7 WE DOLLAR U 'fttly earned by nnv one f llh r h In mijr art of tlm count ry wlio I uilllnptnunrU Indn trlomly at the fuiiiliitin nt which v fiirulli, ilidnuorli light ami pleiiuint, find joti rim no r!k WhMrvir. Up lit )ou nut roiiitkte,fM that you run jrJo the huInrm tiliil ullfmut exptti'0 to oiirclf, 'r iliop ulllhiKl'nIo a lltlli' work, tlil U the grnndext titlrr made. You fan work all day, or In tho evening ntilw If )im nri' cm. plojtd, and hate a few ppaii hour nt jour utilize them, and nM in...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 13 January 1893

Hartford Republican runusiwn i:vi:v JO. I!. KOHEI11, " rs.i..sjm:airma KIUIUY MORNING. Editor anil Proprietor. FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1893. A i.i. tho Stnte offices in Kansas arc now controlled by the Populists. In 1888 Kentucky had in corn V IGO.GGS acres or 133 acres out of every 1,000 in area. Skxatok John K. Kenna, of Mar tinsburg, W, Va , died in Washing ton lat Wednesday. Tin: average yield of corn per acre. in the United States during the laet decade was 24.2 bushels. TvnxTYsEVi:N miners were killed at Como, a small mining town in Colorado, by a premature gas explosion. Hon. Ci.aiui: Matthew's was inaugurated Governor of Indiana Mon day, and Gov. Chase retired to private life. Gi:n. Bus jam in P. Butler, law ycr, statesman, politician, million uirc and soldier died at his homo in Washington, D. C, last Weducsday. Luther Bjlnsox, Indiana's great Temperance Lecturer and author of "Fifteen Years in Hell," has been giving a series of lectures in The Steamer, New Mary Houston, a Cinc...

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. — 13 January 1893

" J f , ml l N . ! m FAIR BROS. GO, A REIGNING RULER Who was young in years asked his prime minister how he could make his people think he was the noblest man in the world. "5y being the most noble," was the answer. So we make the people think our prices are always the lowest by actually making them the lowest. This RULE OP ACTION Is the basis of the confidence the people have in our store. When we say January and February must witness a huge diminution in our stock the people know we mean business and know that there is NO RUIN IN THIS RULE For them or us. We make a clearance sale to give room for new arrivals, from the mint of fashion. FAIR BROS. & CO.,-Props Hartford Temple of Fashion BEAVER 0AM HIGH SCHOOL Teachers' practical institute. SPRING SESSION OPENS JAN. 3V93. TUITION FOR TKKM OF TEN WEEKS. ....$3.73 In Primary Department ln Intermediate Department 'r In High School Department In Collegiate Department Board iu private families from 2,00 to 82.23 per week. We have C.....

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. — 13 January 1893

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1893. FAMILY GRAVEYARDS. UnMonio Sight Thnt Aro to tto Bern on Southern Imltnna Farm. There is no plnco llko southern Indiana for gravoynnls," said William Yakoy, of Bloomflcld. "Now, that section including Green, Monro, Brown and Sullivan counties is a wonderland to traverse. It looks as though tho old settlers of flfty years ago wanted each ono to havo a graveyard of his own. Every milo or two, often far from any roadway, totally iuaccessihlo to wngons without laying waeto tho fences, you como upon littlo rock walled or rail bound inclosurcs containing tho dead of ono family. Father, mother and several children Ho there, and nono others. "Theso places havo long been forsaken and forgotten. Weeds flourish in profusion and hido tho wind and rain stained tombstones from view. Often with a companion I havo entered ono of thoo littlo inclosures, trampled and torn out tho weeds and righted tho fivo or six headstones that had fallen and buried oven...

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