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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 12 February 1892

( t I3ritir Your Job Work W 3?Mf -s? unnuEAi to Tin: The Haeteord Eepfblican. SUBSCRIBE POJI THK We aro well with thovery hestmutcrhil I nnd Iiiito in our employ us mrwh & mm, r ..mm, OFFICIAL F IHS PARTY IH THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Per Annan, la Ate, fjoud workniun n cnu 1 1 found. 1'ricei reasonable. $1.25 per year. VOL. IV. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1892. NO. 28. ffiM Sri State Directory Governor J, V. HfUlMI Lieutenant lovcrnor.. M.O.AIford Itecrelary of Stale lleadley Attorney General W.J. Hendrick Audlter ..I, J Norman Treasurer ..Henry Hale IteglMeruf Land Office (I. II. Hwango Adjutant Geneial A.J. Gross iupt. Public lntriietloi II. P. Thomson Clerk A. Addsms ruhli Printer B I'olk Johnson co: Circuit Court convenes tin- 4 1 li Monday In l) tin) Nuieinlvr. . , . Judg 1. 1' I.U.Ii ('oininun wealth's Attutae) Joe Noe Clftk C Hsrdv,li k Coieralsslcmer J I' Ilarntl C9TBT. tutu- J ,!' ."'.",'; Attorney J1Il,VHi? ClerU Khiii llolbronk Hlienn Jmpr I 1' lOIHKO...

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. — 12 February 1892

Hartford Republican P011UB111.U nvi:uv rmiiAY mohsino. i ')"'nHSKlrr, f l111""" "'"l io.i FK1DAY, FKMtUAItY 12, 181)2 At two ilollar nnd thirty cent per pupil the amount duo the tenelicra of the county lor the school ypiirciuhnj; June 30th rcxt, is 818,8i4.li.. wmmmm It u fiiiii tlutt n mnn mny be known by the company he lcop. He mny also he known by the (junlity of his elinrity. Huttiblicun charily begin in Ainerieii; Do mocratie cluinty, in Knglniiil. Tnr.iti: ore in Ohio county, nccortl in;,' to the k'IidoI census taken hist April, 7,700 while pupils nntl 111(1 colored. A total of 8,202. There arc 117 white distiicts, or an average of one died ict for every 6.) pupile; eight colored dUti'iets, or one district for every 02 pupils. Tin: opponents of the MeKinley Hill argued that it parage would have the cllcct of our for- eiL'ii trnue. Un the coutiarv, our foreign trade has increased. The old eliestniit, to the clfect that a Proteetixe Turill acts ns a Chinee wall, i completely kno...

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 February 1892

FAIR BROS. c& CO, k Wo, I Russell, i Massackelt, WILL BE Next President If he gets nominated by the Democratic Convention and receives more votes than the Republican nominee. We Are Eleected By the people of Ohio county to furnish them during the winter and spring with Boots, Shoes, Clothing;, Dress Goods and Notions. We Have Been Elected To do this and promise by the moon (not the "inconstant moon") and by yonder elm (not slippery elm) to do it satisfactorily. We Have Defeated Ail competitors in our contest for public favor. We thank you all for good-will and hope to greet thousands at our counters during the next few weeks. Come and see our surprises. FAIR BROS, fc CO., Props. HAItTFOlfil) TKMPLH of FASHION N. N fc M. V. R. R. ' I Ti;u.si.i:Kiii:r:uinii TIHI.NS IIUINlI wK.sr. Na 5. Malt anli:irr - Il.lur x. Iiu. 7, l.lmrlr.l i:irr ll.wr. . TIUIM (iOINO KST No e, Hull ami Kirr !' Nn a, l.lliil("li:i'ri' i' FIMi).Vv7 FKHl.UAI.YTijlM. Bead "Hil."ofSar.it.Mp. chow -chow ut T. .1. ...

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 February 1892

rr' "i nja.nu 'jwn,iMar.'. J IJarUbr(UUi)ul)licSui FKIIJAV, lT.IIl.U.W.'Y ll Dr. Talma&o's Now Year's Maxims. M.1U1 ii ttiu host venr of !l vour lirilit.!."'. tlm !iiiijiii'.t .in I , t!w liL"t. Imlni'i . otir li"itl uiili ' llio fri'Muus of tlm illuming, nnr' Will Wltll till' !IRlliU ! iliu diiwn. liy jriiod ilt'iulu itli'l tiioiilili , lo iniiku this tlm must tiiumplmnt , year of your lifo. As u series of short maxims to curry with you ' through this year, lot mo ivo you j those. Mnkt every day lie-in mid ' and end with (od. I Uo content with what you have. I Have a hearty, joyful family altar j in vour domestic circle. ' Kill vour homo with a much j;ood reading and hrit;lit nunic as your menus will allow. Think ill of none, hut well of all. If fort ii no favors you. think of others. Don't sliiuii; he rt'al. Keep liusy and oii nill keep healthy. Kespeet all sacred things. Love (.Sod. School Roport. JJelow is given tlio average grade and deportment of the students of Cenlial Gr...

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 February 1892

' -, I Em m Bring Voitr Joli Work TO THK The Hieteobd Reptjblicai. SUBSCRIBE tiii Wo uro well supplied with thu best materia. I and Iiuyo very in our employ .. BARKETT & ROCERS. Fublfshers. OFFICIAL OMAN OF HE FART? IK IBS FOUATB CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERMS S1.25 Per Aonnm, Id Adr.&... good workmen as can bo found. Prices reasonable. $1.25 per year. VOL. IV. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1892. NO. 29. Stato Directory OriTf rnor i J, Y. llrown Lieutenant lnernr.... M.C.AIford ."rciary of Hllr lledley Attorney flnerl W.J.IIendnek Audil.r I. C Norman Treaurer Henry Hala r.glter of f.nnl Office (1. II. Hnango Adjutant lenrl A.J. Ores npt. Public IciMrurli.ii i:. I". Thomson Clerk A. Aildama rualu Printer K Polk Johnnn zszzzzzasoxv. Circuit (V.url convenes the Ui Monday In MJ I. ..I... -.Ill' Will niiiiuenwc'itli .. Jrte Sne C Alloreey ClUrilnhk Loramlloner I inn ...J I'liarrrlt co--it"T J I' Mr Hon Judge ' I I. I en Allarney ....Itowan lle.ll rni'W Jil"r .."...... ' Ccur...

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 February 1892

uk Hartford Republican j rDBLtlHKD nVKKY t'MDAY MOIININU. i FRIDAY, FEBKUAKY II), 181)2. 1 To the New Yoik Democracy: "Let ilogs delight to bnrk nnd hite, elc." A'. F. Stani.f.y hail been appointed I in the Owene bom district. Tub rotitinued eilenee oi'Dcmocrat ic papers on tho "brutal McKinley Lnw" is becoming pniniul. Wiikiik do yon stand, nuntlo render? Arc yon for or npiiiist the Blind Tiger? For or ngninst j::iinblin;y For or lnw nnd order? Whbn n man pnys money for Gov eminent licence, what does he do it for, il he does not expect to tell somebody plense nnswetV Tiiosk members ol n party who talk the and longest about "party holism" are geneinlly the ones that want to boss. j ;'. W 1 Son it. the bright young editor of the Cential City Uepublidin, is favorably mentioned for District Dele-Kate from the Thitd, to the National Republican Convention. In nnothcr column is found a card, presenting the Hon. Charles M. Blan-lord as a suitable man to represent the 4th District in the Mi...

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 February 1892

.1 t, y FAZK. mwM THE FOUR QUARTERS Of lamb arc very good eating and have spread their reputation over the four quarters of the globe, but George Washinton whose rep illation has also spread to all quarters of the globe, would probably have made very poor eating, had lie been quartered in any other way except on the British. He was MADE UP Of too much bone and muscle to be at all tender, on the other hand his heart was in the i ight place, lie was however made up OF IDEAS, And so Arc the hk i tar fa, If vou want ocular demonstration just look in at our bargains, note the novelties we carry, and the prices we charge, there is nothing like it. Nowhere else ior FOUR QUARTERS Can you get such a dollar's worth as at FAIR BROS. & CO., Props. Hartford Temple of Fashion, JlJ J(T fc M. V. R. R. Ikmeinlier Henry the I IMgSfcMi i'vl' t rrllBTy BROS. & CO. i hum mum: ih'.w i.u not M s. tt.il nn.ll'urr" ... 18.1" r - ' ,V. 7, l.ini'l.l i:i.n -" " M TKUM l.nlMI KIT No llil .ml V.xnf'?.. ....

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 February 1892

iroffli(( her more than the mJM Hartford Republican FRIDAY, FEBUUAItY 10, 18U2. 1 have known her over forty years. She came hero Iron) Summer county, Tciiii., in 18(!'J, and was left n widow in lfJUO. She lived with her son-in-law, Carter Stewait, until last glimmer when Mr. Stewart moved to Kansas, since then she has made her home with V. J. Ai buckle. Sho was buried at the Stewart graveyard i I mi the 24th, at 2 o'clock p. m. Horn, to the wife ol V. .J. ' It, Jan. 23, a tine. boy. Strange, but i under the same roof lay the grand-i mother of the infant dying, who died three hours later. .Mother and child doing well. Born, to the wife of (i. j (3. Butler, a nine pound boy. Cornice's ' face is wreathed wiih smiles. The grippe is loing its grip here, nil the eases arc about well. i - tim. .. . l . Select school under the manage- & ment of Prof. D. Lee IJnrnes, closed . on the 20th of January with success. The Professor opened his fifth school at this place the 25th, with flatterin...

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 February 1892

Mll, r, i, I, 1, I llll.ru, .1, J I lie I on-table, . SXtf i5 Bring Your Job Work Wf to tiii: We aro well supplied with the very best material and have in our employ ns good workmun ns can lit, found. Pricesrensonable. State Directory Omernor J, Y. Ill on n l.ieutcinnt lomnor M. 0, Alf.ird ofHlale llradlty Attorney (!f iirrnl W. J. Auditer .1. U Norman Treasurer ..Henry Hale ISetteriif l,and OfTlcr 0.11. Hango Adjutant Ii ncial A.J. dross upt. K. 1'. Iliomsnn Clflk . A.lrJrtltin PuMic Printer I". Polk Johnson Clrtull Court contend, llio -(lit Monday In Mil) snd NnTcmtirr. JikIs l.P l.itlte Common rallh'sAtturai'y ..J or .Nor Clerk c llrclk'k L'uiaiaiMinner J I' llarrrlt Judge Morton Allonie) K I. Vi 1 1 x Clerk Hunan IIoll,rook M rl.1 8 (."I'HjIor Jailer .7. l PToumnn (.'otitlconrrnr.the lt Moinl.i) In null month, Q.A.XiT3in csvr.r. ('mill tlm .Inl Mnndi) In Jauuar), April, Jnl niicl Oi tnlx r. Coust of Cialsao. Court begin tli" 1st Moudt) In Oilohcr and liitiu.ry. Jutke's courts ho...

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 February 1892

?B53!23 FRIDAY, t&U. 3Z,$9A Hartford Republican ruBUntiKD i;vj:uy mousing. jo. n. itonr.its c. .it. iiakni: T. I 1 ftlituir niul I'rnptlrlnrii. - feMHTjn I'nwii I T iLiii: 5i, 1892. Lnr every Republican conic to the County Convention. Don't forget tlio Republican next Moudny week. Lookout for the mil mud; ehc U coming. Then Hartford will not only be the best, but (lie livest town in the State. Did you every see a Blind Tiger with Iiih hide on a polo? Well, you will have that plcaauro if these fellows don't stop selling whisky. Our walk and life nrc known to the!e people". Hartford Herald. Indeed they nrc, and every issue of your paper tells more of them. We had nrranged to present the likeness of Miss Walker in conncc. tio'j with the tribute of Mr. Ridpath, but the cut did not conic in time for thisissuo, nnd will appear next week. Tun Inst Kentucky Legislature protested against the Direct Tax Refunding Bill; but we have heard no protest from the present Legislature against rece...

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 February 1892

'& 1 8- l t r. f: r FAIR BROS. & CO Br IP THE FOUR QUARTERS Of lamb are very good eating and have spread their reputation over the four quarters of the globe, but George Washinton whose reputation has also spread to all quarters of the globe, would probably have made very poor eating had he been quartered in any other way except on the British. He was MADE UP Of too much bone and muscle to be at all tender, on the other hand his heart was in the light place. He was however made up OF IDEAS, And so k tie Heads of our House. If you want ocular demonstration just look in at our bargains, note the novelties we carry, and the p ces we charge, there is nothing like it. Nowhere else for FOUR QUARTERS Can you get such a dollar's worth as at FAIR BROS. & CO., Props. Hartford Temple of Fashion, N.N. &M.V.R.R. THAIS I.KAVK 1IKAVKK !l. TKIJ flOINO WEUT. !. S, Mill nl KiprrM ,sl ' " . tU. T, UiuftrJ r.irf - .lluWr. TRAINS nUINO KA8T. No.S.M.il nJ Kir-i - .l:lr. . K. I, Mmllr d Kr...

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 February 1892

FRIDAY, Jr 3-6, ??. Hartford Republican !fe trusyz. 2ETNAVILLE, KY. I'VI). I.'l. -It is rumored tliat in a few iluys our school building will lio moved to tliu May property in order to be imro convenient for the children of the entire district especially Duittiefiuld. In oaso this should take plane we will bo ablo to support two good teachors this fall, and our school in the future will (as it has always lieen) ho placed ainonr the best schools of the county. Miss Coleman fell a fw day jjo and sprained hor ankle very badly. She has not been able to teach since and it is thought by her fiibtids that it will bo ninny weeks before she is hlo to finish her school. Frank Westurfield has quit farming and gone into the poultry business. He has three largo geese, two wild turkeys, one ton yoarold peacock, five n Into ducks, four young roosters, two old hens, one guinea, three young pigs. Has niso ordered three incubators. Any one wanting a sitting of eggs call to see hint and get thoin nt 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. — 4 March 1892

HSE?" Bring Your Job Work to xiu: The Haeteord Bepublhm. SUBSCRIBE FOR T1IK We are well supplied with the very beet material I and liavo in our employ ns MWi I ACtt Publishers. OFflCIAL QMN OF THE PARTY IN TEE FOURTH COMESSIONAL D.5.RICT, $1.25 Per Ansnm, Id Limit, good workmen us can b found. Prices reasonable. $1.25 per year. VOL. IV. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1892. NO. 31. State Directory fiovenior -...J. Yi Brown Lieutenant Jovcrnor M. C. Alford Secretary of Stale Headle j I Attorney flencral W. 1. Heiulrick Auditor - -I' 0 Norman Treasurer....- . ..Henry Hli Itcilslcrof Ijind Ollloe 0. II. Haango Ai(Jutnnl (lenernl A.J. Oros. Huit. Public Inrlrmtlni E. I'. Thomson ( A. Addama f'uolie Printer E l'olk Johnsiai SZSECTOr.?. Circuit Conrl convenes the 4 111 Monday In May ml Noveiniicr. ..... Juilgo m . ConnnoimeuHli'n Attorary...... - .Joe Noe Cle rk U llanlwk k Cpimal.sioner J I' llarrett i COTBT. Attorney ........K LVjIIx lerk.... Itiman llolhrimk "(J Taylor Jailer....- ..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. — 4 March 1892

Hartford Republican rUDLISHKI) KVEUY 1'ltlDAY MOltNINO. f!V'llTlYi!ri!1fJll,or",,',,nl,f'',,' What about Reed's tilling now? Cl.KVr.l.ANl) seems to be ju.t about up (or all time. Dora tho deny thnt there nre parties in Hartford who bold Government liccme? K not, let it stop in tirade ah nit names. '-i i Why nre not hriek wnlks cheaper in the long run tlmn plank ones? At any rnte, Hartford U nblo to alh'ird tbein. Why tint have tliein then? Not lonpago we hd tlie pleasure of visiting our neighboring little city of Leitehficld, wbieli wo found to be n model county scat. The business men mo wideawake and energetic, the citizens pobto and obliging. Tun Executive Departments and other branches nt Washington employ '2,393 colored employees, whose total annual wages amount to $1,.170,G2.V !)8, and yet the Republican party is accused of being undue to the Ncgio. Tin: balance of Hade in our favor in 18!)1 was 8142,0:,G.'iG. If an old farmer sells more than he buys it would taken gientdeiilof...

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 March 1892

- J ( i I- T I m & .Av ar fe $ n '. n & k' M . A 1 "Jv, T .! m is FAIR BROS. A CO. $!ve was tbe fkst Ifaid, Though the male repreresentutives of the genus homo have always claimed that Adam was the first made. ffaat's immaterial, fhougb, Sufficient it is that we are here. Now that we are here, we've got to get a living somehow. Let's not get it directly out of each other, one out of the other, but if we both act, and act together, we'll get along first-rate. You help us to sell a lot of goods by buying of us, and then we can sell them cheaper, and of course as you save so shall you prosper. Logic isn't it! And fasts as ill, Previous to spring buying we shall move all our present stock. We shall move it in installments, and we should like to have you carry away some portion cheap. For comparison we give our prices and what same goods sell for at other places: Our Prices: Best Tobacco Cotton 2c.' Best Hcd Tickinii Ific Bcxt Shining 7ic! kt Itleadi c Beat Cotton Jonnc ific lici...

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 March 1892

X A Hartford licpubliciin FRIDAY, MARCH J, 1802. - t i. ...; ... ,:.... ( ' to sing. - t jrr Short Tai'iil Sermons. f iiipihmii i:i'ii(niai.i Our import (Indus nru laid with u view to coviriii the iliffore noo in eott of iirodnetion hero and nlirnmt. Labor uost, or wnire, constitiilo fully IK) pur cant, of tliis of production. (Jonseqiiently our workmen receive nearly nil tho lionofit derived from l'rotootion. It is conceded liy till tlmt American wniros nre from 00 to 1 30 per rent. liiolitTtli.tn in Ktijjlund mid from 100 to 1,000 per cent, ifrt'iitur tlinn in other ooiniuios. Tlio Ainorirnn farm liiltoier yets on an nverajft) .0.00 n month, while the Kni;!i1i rami Inltorer yets hut W.OO. Tho American iron workers yet 5.50 per Ion for puddliny, wliilv the Englishman gets but $2.00. The American potter gets three times ns minch for the same work ns tho English workman Our textile workeis earn from two to three ti.ities ns much at tho toxtilo workers in England. And mi wo migl t go ...

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. — 11 March 1892

!S 'fK Ufiiiir Your Job Work vzr K TO 'fill! The Haetfokd Eepfblican. SUBSCRIBE 'FOIt THE- Wo aro well supplied N with the bestmatoriiil and have very in our employ us BARNEII i RCQBRS. Fublfshers. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN TEE FOURTH CONCESSIONAL DISTRICT. fir Asian, la Aiunct. good workmen as can bo found. Prices rouBonable. $1.25 per year. VOL. IV. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1892. NO. 32. W iSEfl wo. State Directory Governor J. V. Brown l.teiiti niiit lotamor M. C, Alford 8iTflut) ofWale lleadley Attorney lieneral W. J. Hetitlrick Aiulitor '' C Norman Treasurer Henry Hate RigMerof Land Office 1. II. Hwango Adjutant tlencral A.J. (lro Bii.l. Public Instruction 12. !' Thomson Cldk . Addiitna Public Printer K I'olk Johimcti covzT'S'sr s:nB:35H7. Ciri'iilt Court tin- sill Monday in May and NuvcihIht. ., Judge M l.ilie Commonwealth's Altorae) .-Joe Noe t'lirk O llardwlck t'oiaaaisaiuner J l' Barrett Judge J .!' "t'V'n Attorney '..V'"1 llrtk,,, ltowan llulbrook bi.din ;'f!,(...

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. — 11 March 1892

Hartford Republican FnibAY, march n, im. ruoLisiiKO r.viajy pkiday mousing. f.'Vii Yiwt'rr, fcMI,or" "'"' Tin: most unwelcome citizen ofn town U the innii who never loses an opportunity to say that his is a Ocml town. Tin: Kri'itnucAN is prowl of its corpo of correfponi'entf. They arc ns nble and faithful us thoso of any paper in the State. We highly the efforts of thujc ladies and gentlemen in assisting us to mnkc the paper interesting to all the people of Ohio county, and we hope they will continue in the future, as in the past, to help us gather the county news. Let the nous Iciteis come in. Tin: Democracy claimed thatlleedV ruling, that a man was present when he is in his seat, wns unconstitutional and that the MoKinley Hill, which was pasted under the ruling, tun also unconstitutional. They boasted loud and long that the Supreme Court would declate the whole thing illegal, but the Court has sustained both the ruling and the law, and another Democratic prophecy has gone "where t...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 11 March 1892

FAIR BROS. dCQ - ie was th prst if ai4, Though the male roprorosonlnlivrs of the genus homo have always claimed that Adam was the first made. $ bat's immaterial, fboagb, Sufficient it is that we are here. Now that we arc here, we've got to get a living somehow. Let's not get it directly out of each other, one out of the other, but if we both act, and act together, we'll got along-first-rate. You help us to sell a lot of goods byB buying of us, and then, we can sell them cheaper, and of course as you save so shall you prosper. Legic isn't it! M Fads as ml Previous to spring buying we shall move all our present stock. We shall move it in installments, and we should like to have you carry away some portion cheap. For comparison we give our prices and what same goods sell for at other places: Our Prices: Hot Tobacco Cotton '2c.' lvt Bed Ticking. -. 1."h IK'M Shirting Blench tic Cotton .IcaiiH 15e Colored Carpet Clmiii '20c Hot Wliitc Carpet Chain 18: Hurt l'lllltS 5c lloM Hi-own Cotton ...

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. — 11 March 1892

Hartford Republican "' FRIDA Y,tXHOln 17181)57 ' FACETIAE Xitliinir that can offend the must fastidious nor nt which tlio most taste may bo wounded shall over find its way to this column. He Was llijjht M want t:i tuko the no.t train to Toledo," said u lucly to tlio ticket younirman nttlin Michigan Central station. "You can't do it madam," he replied with a stilitila smile. "Why not?" she asked in quick surprise. "Hecauso madam" and tli? yoiinjj man looked solemn, 'because, we have h'i engineer and conductor to do that, and we don't feel disposed to fill thoir places with an entire stranirnr.'' -Detroit l'reo Press. Ills A young man in u Southern town applied to the keeper of a livery bte for a horse and buggt. "Who is going along with youV" nsked the latter. "1 am going to take my wife's mother out for a ride. She is not well, and 1 want her to have some fresh air. I wish you could put a hatchet and a spade in the bottom of the buggy." "What do you want them for?" "I want to dig up...

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