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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 24 February 1893

n PfeOCTitW J.!tWSlVMW JWKSMKiSHiai You can got the Hartford Hhpuhlio av and tlio New York Tribune one year lor 8L.25, cash. Subscribe now. OWE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR ra .nilly earned hy an v one of i lilu r pcx In ntijr of the, country, wlui l Milling to work linlns. rrt at (ho ouipti)imiit nlilcli e fiirnl'li, 1 he labor la light nml pleasant, mid you run uu risk whatever. Wr lit )uit nut complete, so flint toii on give tlio Imilnm 11 trlnl without cxh.iiiu 10 yourself. Korthou wllllnirtii dun little work, Ihli It thu irnmli.t oiler uinilc ou enn work all due, or In tha neiilug onh. If )ou nro fin. ployed, .ml hatcn fciv spare hours At your dlt. email, mllliu tlieni, .ml mhl tu your Income, o.r business will not Ititi rf ro at "II. You will ho ainaicd 011 thu start at tin' ruplillty ami tain hy which you nmaii dollar tiiion dollar, ilay In nnd day out. Lun In glmirrs nri' rum .fill from thu tint hour Any nut' mil run the Imaliii . none (.11. You ahould try nothing ilc until )ou i.e for...

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. — 24 February 1893

Hartford Republican ruiiMsiiKD i:vi:ky fiiiiiay mousing. JO. B. KOMF.KN, IVIItor unit Proprietor. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1893. OUR NSW DRESS. Owing to tho largo patronngo he- Blowccl upon the Rm'Uiit.tCAK in tbo last fourteen months and to tho fact that wo desire to give our renders a still better paper, considerable ox pensohns been undergouo in order to bring out the sheet inn neat new dress. Throughout the year tho sub Bcnption list has steadily grown and with our iiicrcascd facilities for giv ing tho reading public raoro news for the sanio money ami our determination to make tho Rki'Uomcax a model county paper, wo believe this increase will continue. Tho enterprising merchants of tho county have learned that "ads" in tho RnrunucAN reach tho people and have- been liberal in placing their orders with us. To these wo will say that week after week wo continue to reach a larger number of readers, thereby continually making tho paper a moro valuable advertising medium. Our Job Departmen...

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. — 24 February 1893

i x' -1& Fill iBsiAffPWfl IBIHHMHIMbJ si Washington' Birthday Will be appropriately observed in Hartford tliis year by Fair Jiros. & Co., the recognizers of merit. , PATRON SAINT TRUTH-TELLERS Will Gaze Bcnigmmtly upon the Plainly Marked Goods and Wiii declare Ho Never Saw Such Bargains In Woolens, In Dress Suits, In Business Suits, In Underwear and Shirts, In Numerous Styles of Furnishings. In Woolens we arc offering every yard of Dress Goods at cost. Many of them arc handsome patterns and at the r rices they are going is a sacrifice. In Blankets, Comforts, Casimere, Heavyweight Clothing, Overcoats, Underwear, Cloaks and many other goods are going at ridiculously low figures. Visit us at once. Must have room for our large spring purchase. Want your Eggs and Feathers. N. B. These nriccs are made to close out the Heavier Wear. But Heavy Weights arc always handy to have. FAIR BROS. & CO., Props., Hartford Temple of Fashion. iLJ s?fO Ail We must make room for our spring st ...

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. — 24 February 1893

" 'KU! 'I" if",,'l,'' Hartford Republican FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1811.5. A WrIMIrril liny. Tlie St. I.ouis Republic gives the following tmc story about the good manners anil kindly help of a boy: The mother and her boy were waiting for the train in the Albany station, when the dullness was broken by a funny figure of an old woman inn rusty gown, a catskin muff and tippet, and a" black bonnet made of as many odds and ends as a magpie's 1 nest, and her false front askew. She ! kept chewing on nothing, working her umbrella, and opening ami .: i. ,i., 1 1 (., it l.lnrfc irlovo . .. . . r 1.1 i ' !. niiii?u ii'Hi' m ki 11 11 - ill 1 inniiiii:. 111 lilt ill tJ w -- J- 1 The high school girls began to titter and make okes to each other, watching the old lady far too openly for good manncrs,or any manners at all. The young lady in the smart tailor sttit.who gives readings at Sunday School concerts, smiled back at them, and studied the old creature with a satiric eye. The boy began to laugh qu...

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. — 3 March 1893

H entlly earned hyntivoiio of itx In any part of till' counlryi who It Hilling to work Indut. irloiitly at the oinpln) mrnt wlilili we furidih. inciaiiorii ngni nun pienrniii, nun rim run no rltk whatever. Welti win oul rmni Iclc, fi Hint 'on rnn give um niitinctt h irini vuumtir cxp, nte. I, i vnurelf. 1'iir lliiu wllllur tniln 11 thli It the grnudcit iiifcr made. You run work all day, or In thu evening onlv. ( j tit nre I'm. plovrd, niil have a d'vv spare houri ill yuur ills. JKiinl, 11IIII111 llu'lii, ami mil In inur liicuuiv, or hmlnctt will nut Ifii'ili'ii' hi nit. You will ticnimuid 1111 the Hart nl tin r'pldltyand enso by which) oil iiumiiilnil.ir tiin it.ill.ir.ilaylillind diynut. r.tin hcgliincrt nn tuiesilul from tlio rlrt linur. Any one can run th Imsliu ft none full. Von should try nothing llic until il tee for ynurtclf what yon can do lit tin- hinlnesi wlili h weoiur. No capital rlfl.nl, Women lire grand norkrrt; nownuays thry mule ni much K mm. flicy should trv thlt Ih...

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. — 3 March 1893

R1893ft SEE ftia93 WCSSF CARSOU & COS Klf BB B IfflnaBliBnMn B B Him Wi miff J$illilrl.wwl3M ' nn IB iWilWlB B S3 Irl HflBmW IpuHBBSam if iiiif II i iii I n wi i Uvuuo j& . Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVERY FltlDAY MORNING. JO. B. RUCIERH, Eilltor ami Proprietor. FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1893. 0 MUD, thy home is Hartford! The railroads in Minnesota and Wisconsin were blocked with snow Tuesday and Wednesday. A rich, though illiterate, old farmer living near Knoxville, Teuu.. was victimized last week by the gold brick schemers to the extent of 83,-500. These sharpers should secure the services of Green Goods Wallace; who would no doubt bo a roan after their own heart. At uoon Friday, last, John W. Mackay, the Bonanza King, of Cali ioruia, was shot in the back on the streets of San Francisco by a crank. The wound is not thought to be The would-be murderer is a gray-haired man of seventy, named W. C. Rippey, formerly of Cincinna ti. He at once shot himself, it is thought fatally. John...

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. — 3 March 1893

V FAIR BROS. & CO. AN EARLY SPRING Is predicted by all the weather prophets, local, official and laymen. We thought so too and bought our first installments of Very early. They are now arriving every day and will be open and ready for inspection, approval and delivery. If you want high novelties you will find them. I' you want plainer but fashionable styles, wo have them too. Yours For Early Business. FAIR BROS. & Z9i?w IH l.hWK ItKlVKII DIM. TUUN .HIN() WEST. n S, Mill uniM'spr"' 7, l.linrtl KiTi ..... iiiii.Nn No.C, Mail ni.il Ktp. No. , I,linllnlKxr. K.S1 . .. 12.10 r., .11. Mr. m. i S.A. FRIDAY, MAifUll :i, 1893. Pace is the b ubor. Lunch at & Collins'. P'resh fish at Stevens & Collins' l!r.y your Shoes ntSchnpmire's. llr'ing your produce to Carson & Co. See our G. A. R. suits.a't Kair Uros. & Co. For cheap Flour' call on Hoover & Collins. Karly Collins. Rose Ktatoes nt Stevens & Trade at Kahn's Clothing House for bargains. You can get the best me...

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. — 3 March 1893

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1893. The qimlnl old IJrntlrninii. llOSTON AVltllTISI5U.J A friend who has met n real ghost is the object of my deepest envy. Her story is extremely interesting, and ns she is n remarkably truthful person, I do not see why we should deny its credence. It certainly would be far from clever in her to depart from her habit of speaking the truth, to tell n story that no one is likely to believe; - which seems to me n strong reason for believing the improbable talc. It happened in the winter about five years ago. My friend went to a country town in New Hampshire to visit some people whose acquaintance she had made during the previous summer. She found them living in a beautiful old house in the outskirts of the town. It stood in the midst of a growth of trees that was almost a forest.and everything gave evidence that the, house had been there at least a century, My friend was delighted with the place, which seemed more like an old English manor than a...

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. — 10 March 1893

V &EftTKV' met SB nmamenamn You can get the Tlie Haetdbd Republican. and Hartford Rkpuhlio The both one year av and the New $1.75. York Tribune one The JO. B, EOBERS, Publisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF IKE PARTY II! THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL SISTRICT, 1ERKSS...5 for Annuo, In Adtance. and the year for $1.25, cash. a leading Subscribe now. VOL. V. HARTFOllD, KY., FRIDAY, MAltCH 10, 1893. NO. 32. for only OE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR h ra.lljr raruiil liynni one of rlthir mi In nnjr art oi iiiucnuutrv, ivuu i, wuimr urnm iimm. rlon.lr at Mm' oiiinldMiii nl ulihli c fiirnlOi. 1 he labor la light mid iiiul you Mill ho tUK wlinlnrr. He lit ion imi ii,jlilr,nj that um run (lire tin- lnuliie 11 Midi without ixpuxu n.nur.rlf. wllllllf In ilu II Utile ork. tlil. It tin' irrimli'.i iiunlc. You mil work nihil, or In Uiui'teiilug null. If )uu nre nil. pliiinl, un.l have, n few rpire hour, nl )uur till, poial, utllltv tlit'iu, uul mill In mtir Income, ntr Imi.Iiicm iHI nut limrliro lit nil. Ywittlll he nii...

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. — 10 March 1893

a ms93m fcSEEfcfc. CARSON & CVS A MAM MOTH Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINO. JO. B. ROGER, Editor and Proprlttor. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1893. Home Rule is gaining ground in Britain. Covington had a (400,000 fire Sunday morning. The State Senate is without a quo-, rum about half the time. If Prohibition dosn't prohibit, why are whiskeyites opposed to it? Ix was a cold day Saturday for Cleveland to be inaugurated, but still colder for the Nation. The Democratic party has full control of the Nation's affairs. May the Lord have mercy on us! Our roads are almost impassible on account of mud. O, for a Legislature that would pass & Road Law! An appropriation of $65,000 was 'secured for the Rurasey Locks in the closing hours of tho last session of Congress. Ex-President Harrison arrived at his home at Indianapolis Monday and was tendered an ovation. Thous ands of citizens turned out to do him honor. Bon Barrett, negro farm-hand in Henderson county, was killed by four b...

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. — 10 March 1893

k V KEEP AN EYE OUT ' FOR - BARGAINS! BSTYOU WILL FIND THIS 1'LACK FOR IT WflF.N YOU SF.F. OUR-a SPRING DISPLAY OF Quality and Elegaxicel Our Seasonable Stock Lacks Nothing but Buyers. They will Conic. They will be Satisfied. They will Huy nt ffae fairest .frizes gver Ja4e FOR SUCH QUALITIES! Visitors are not asked to BKLIKVK but are shown goods to CONVINCE them that we are Leading the Trade in $ ! $Mfo flying, jfo. fyw HATS, CAPS, FCJRNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS. If yon wish to sec the latest novelties and newest ideas for the season COME SII3E5 T7S. If you wish to sec the very best in standard styles and reliable makes COME JL.TVID SE3E3 XJS. MJi,IF YOU WANTv. Value for your Money Come and Sec Us. Truth brands our Goods "Honest Quality." Fashion pronounces them "Correct Styles." Economy recommends our "Low Prices. If you want to enjoy the FULL PURCHASING POWER OF YOUR DOLLAR spend it with FAIR BROS. & CO. PROPRIETORS OK Hartford Temple of Fashion. S&JOSN Z. Keeps constantly on ...

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. — 10 March 1893

Hartford Republi can FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1893. ARRAIGNED. (CONTINUKIJ ON PROM FIRST PACK.) performance, ami snap and snarl ntul whine like "a stranger cur" at the manner in' which your two immediate predecessors performed their duty, and HOWL OVKU T1IK CltAVli of the lamented Mackburn as if to drag his honored bones in the arena in extenuation of your own delinquency. Shame on such petty exhibitions of malevolent spite! Unless discontinued you may yet enforce upon some grand jury the unpleasant duty of presenting you as a common scold! "Assume a virtue, if you have it not." Tut on, if you can, at least TUB SKMBLANCU OI' TRUK MANHOOD, and, though there may lie within the same petty passion which now disfigure you, put on "a swashing and a manly outside," that the people may fondly delude themselves with the hope that you are not altogether unworthy of the confidence they once reposed in you. While the manner and the language in which I have replied to your communication are entirely my...

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. — 17 March 1893

tiMWW'JUWiUgg1 irewttggaiMMBBBBWiMgWWEMg You can got the Hartford Rpiplmhjo ,vy nil d the New York Trihunc one year for $1.25, cash. Subscribe now. fW iiiijwiig w ji.wwir w OWE DOLLAR EiEffif HOUR t cuilly cur I brum "tic M . Itlnr m hi nuy pari nf tlipriiuiilri, ulm i mHuiF tci nurl. Indus, irlomly nl Ilic omjilot im in nlili.li luriiHi, molilioris Unlit ii 1 1 pli jimi Km no rlik wlmlftiT. We ill urn inn iiiimi.Ii le.fii Hint ni. run Blvelhr lmlin n 1 1 IhI uliliuiil i xhmio In toimflf. I'lirihoM' willlim iiiilnii Utile work, thl't In tlic 1i r ii. uli. Vou mil nnrk nllilar, or In thf wilt. H '". nrr rm. pliixil, ilnil iHiir i Ow ii4i hours ill )our ills. pn.nl, titllWi) I h , Mini mil to Miiir Incuine, nir limliwn will nut Imirlii.' nt nil. Yimi will lioniiKHil im tin- "inn ill ili i pi III nml i'.m tir tthlch Jim .l..'lur n. .i . I.ir.ilnvlnnml itijriint, i;n ii lnvlii. iimi. ill Ironi tlio lirt hnnr. Ant inn' run rim Hit liuslin.i - lione full. Vim should try iiui'i'ng until Ji...

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. — 17 March 1893

Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINCI. JO. B. MOHERft, Editor ml Proprietor. FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1893. Cleveland is President nnd England is happy. What assurance have the that the blind tigers will go out ol business if whisky cart ies? The World.s Fair Restaurant will cover 137,892 square feet, and an order has been made for 100,000 knives and forks; 200,000 spoons and other things in proportion. No editor need apply. Grover Clevtland. Being as editors may cause me some trouble, I'd better take back what I said about not appointing them. So back it is. O. Cleveland. It is disgusting to hear the fawning whine of the whiskyite that Prohibi. tion does not prohibit, that men violate tno Prohibition law, and that to prevent such a thing as a broken law, why, just take the law out of the way altogether. The whiskyites all at once pretend a great love for the law and its observance. Well, the community is in-, deed glad they do love the law, for to tell the truth the public h...

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. — 17 March 1893

.o f ( 1 I KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR - BARGAINS! 8STYOU WII.I, FIND TUB PI.ACU FOR IT WHEN YOU SBB OUR-S SPRING DISPLAY OF Quality and Elegance! Our Seasonable Stock Lacks Nothing but Uuyers. They will Come. They will be Satisfied. They will Buy nt The fairest f rices lives Hade FOR SUCH QUALITIES! Visitors nre not asked to HISMKVK but are shown goods to CONVINCE them that we nre Leading the Trade in i (unit, f iiig , looti, fym HATS, (JAPS, FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS. If you wish to sec the latest novelties and newest ideas for the season COME AND SEE TJSL If you wish to see the very lcst in standard styles and reliable makes COMB A.NX SEE T7S. hIF YOU WANT- Value for your Money Come and See Us. Truth brands our Cowls "Honest Quality." Fashion pronounces them "Correct Styles." Economy recommends our "Low Prices. If you want to enjoy the FULL PURCHASING POWER OK YOUR DOLLAR spend it with FAIR BROS. & CO. PROPRIETORS OF Hartford Temple of Fashion. N.N &M.V.R.R. TrUINi 1.KAVK HKAVKIl...

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. — 17 March 1893

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1893. TOWN TATTLER. Has it ever occurred to you that many times niornl mid intellectual worth counts for very little with a young laily when she chooses her gentleman associates or husband? Too many times young men of very questionable morals, fast young men, corrupt, lecherous gambling young men arc welcomed in the parlor of the first ladies of the land and sometimes their company is even almost openly sought, while the young men of good habits, good breeding, good sense, good morals; young men who are noble in heart and virtuous in life knock in vain at the threshhold of these fashionable homes, seeking the association or perchance even the hand of the fair inmate. Why is this thus? Can it be the young ladies nre ignorant of the life of those gay young riien? Then, shame on their fathers and brothers who know it and who keep their daughters and sisters ignorant of things they should fully understand. Is it because the moral young man is not su...

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. — 24 March 1893

"S The Habttobd Republican. You can got the The Republican and Courier-Journal Hartford" both one year for only and the New $1.75. York Tribune one The Republican JO, S, ROGERS. Fnblfslier. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH HSSIONAL DISTRICT. IERW 11.25 Fir Asmi, Ii A.m.i. and the year lor $1.25, cash. Cosmopolitan, a leading magazine, Subscribe now. VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1893. NO. 34. for only 83.00. ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR h .ailly f trn.il by anv one of cither iz In any part of lh country, wliol willing to work Indaa. trlouily at the employment which we fiirntah. The labor ll light and pleasant, ntul you run no rlik whalerer. Went you out complete, so that yea can (Ire the hmliim a trial without exprni l yourarlf. For tlioio wllllnjrto do n little work, Ihli Ii the grandetl offer wade. You can work all day, or In the evening only. If you are .m. plored, ami haro a few spare hour, at yvnr ullllie them, ami mhl In your Inrum., ear huilnea.wlll not Interfere...

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. — 24 March 1893

Hartford Republican rUBUSHKD EVKRY ritlDAY MORNING. J. B. IMIUKK.M, Eilllor ami Proprietor. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1893. .Ex-Commissioner of Pensions, General Green B. Raum, will prnc tice low at Chicago. The young ladies of Rockport, Intl., have a Cooking Club. They are preparing for matrimony in dead earnest. The Kentucky press still speaks favorably oi the appointment of Dr. J. S. Coleman, of this city, as Consul to Havana. The Rockport (Ind.) Journal is n welcome visitor to our exchange table. Tho Journal is a neatly executed, well edited, newsy paper and is quite popular in Southern Indiaua as it deserves to be. It is pretty safe to say that no roan should go where be would be ashamed to die and that he should do nothing in the act of which he would be ashamed to die. Wo hope every voter in Hartford will remember that on May 2d. Sculptor Harry KrmoN and Miss Theo Ruggles, the popular girl sculptor of Boston, are producing iu clay, figures of an ideal man and woman of a purely Americ...

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. — 24 March 1893

A KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR - BARGAINS! WIM, l'INI) THIS l'l.ACIS l'OU IT WH15N YOU SI5IS OURtBa SPRING DISPLAY OP Quality and Elegance. Our Seasonable Stock I,acks Nothing but Buyers. They will Conic. They will be Satisfied. They will Iluy at f he fairest fffkes gver $Ja4e FOR SUCH QUALITIES! Visitors aic not nsked to imi.IKVK but are shown goods to CONVINCE them that wc aic Leading the Trade in T T V HATS, CAPS, FORNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS. If you wish to sec the latest novelties and newest ideas for the season If you wish to see the very best in standard styles and reliable makes 0O3VHE3 ANID SE.E3 XJS. IF YOU WANT Value for your Money Come and Sec Us. Truth brands our floods "Honest Quality." Fashion iirououuccs them "Correct Styles." Economy recommends our "Ijow Prices. If you want to enjoy the l'l'I.I. PURCHASING POWER OF YOUR DOLLAR spend it with FAIR.' BROS. & CO. riiOi'itiKTOits op Hartford Temple of Fashion. agents wow?oS?;;r ""-dealers JACK FROST FREEZER. A Scientific Machine...

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. — 24 March 1893

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1893. WASHINGTON. Onr Rejcnlstr 'orrrnpondnt Writs Letter Full fNonnd Katie. The political event of the week is the defiance of Mr. Cleveland by the anti-Cleveland Democratic Senators, exhibited in the organizatin of the Senate committees. There can be no rimiht that the Senators acted with Cleveland, in a conversation with a personal friend made the prediction that before half of his term has expired Mr. Cleveland will be openly depending upon the Republican Senators for support. One thing certain, the Republican Senators do not propose to allow themselves to be used by either side to whack the other over the head. They will as a rule act as a unit and will vote for what they regard as the best for the regardless of whether it be on the side of Mr. Cleveland or of his opponents. Secretary Carlisle's order directing that no news concerning the national finances be given out by anyone except himself is anything else but popular with the newspaper...

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