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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 31 March 1893

t - f. ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR ti easily earned by any one uf either sex In any part uf the country, who l willing Id work liulm. irlouily t the employment which up (uriilih, ine laiwr is nam nwi nicuriiw, nnu jou run no rlik whatercr. Weill ion out ruiiriilrte.io that yoa can give the tulnca4 n trial without expense Is yourself. KurthiiH' Mlltlurtc ! n littlrwork, this li the irnmlen nlTrr made. You can work all day, or In tliur ruing oiili. If )ou arc fin. ployed, ami have n few spare hour at your dls. poial, utllliu thum, ami aihl to )nur Income, ear business will not lull rferc nt all. You will bantuascd on tin mart at tit. i..ldltyand cae by which you ninus lolt.tr upon d.rilar.dsy Inand layout, Even liegltiurrt an .uricMliil trotn the first hour. Any one c:iii run t lie lunlm t none fall. You should try noili'iig ile until you lie far yourself what ou t'lin ! at the builnrtt which w. otr r. No capital rli'd. Women are Irani! worker; mmnditys thev make aa much is mm. 'Ihcy shnul ...

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. — 31 March 1893

Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVERY FXtlOAT MORN1NO. Jf. H. ROUF.RM, K.lllor rniil Proprietor. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1893. An Important Meeting. The annual meeting ot the National Republican League, will be held in Louisville, on May the 10th and nth. On the 9th ot May the State League will convene. Louisville is proud of its first selection as the meeting place of a National Convention and will, for the time, surrender herself to Republican rule. A generous entertainment will be accorded the five thousand delegates expected, among whom arc Reed, Clarkson, Manly, Foraker, Wallace, McKinley, Walcott, Alger, Thunnan and Ingalls, and an effort is being made to secure the presence of General Harrison. Kentucky will be present in full force. One and one third fare has been arranged with the railroads, with continuation of trip to Chicago, il desired. Committees on arrangements have been appointed and liberal contributions are being made by the citizens, irrespective of party. Ohio county wil...

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. — 31 March 1893

Is what some call (lie ident. II is career is like a comet, it is true. He" has an orbit of his own. His success is like 4t, The Great Light That Shines Upon the undertakings of Pair BrH. & Co., the successful and popular merchants, whose Spring Trade is even greater than they anticipated it would be, FOR THE PEOPLE OF OUR COUNTRY No better bargains were ever offered in Dress Goods, Dress Trimmings, Millinery, Prints, Ginghams, Bleach and Brown Cotton, Linens, Cottonadcs, Notions, Shoes, Clothing, &c, than can be obtained this very day. Fair Bros. & Co. Invite your attention to their offerings, N. B. A word to the wise: Come before the stock is culled over. AGENTS Wo SfiSfiST townDEALERS JACK FROST FREEZER. A Scientific Machine made on n Scientific Prin ciple. Save their cost ft dozen times a year. It is not mussy or sloppy. A child can operate it. Ec'ls at sight. Send for prices and discounts. 39 Murray St., NEW YORK. MAKES ICJ3 CREAM IN 30 SECONDS N.N &M.V.B.R. Mii...

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. — 31 March 1893

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1893. WASHINGTON. Jieway Letter KrlnllttR to Rttlrlnir Official. Sctintor Vorhccs, who 1ms been classed ns extremely and in his financial ideas, is accused of having been persuaded to promise his vote and assistance in securing a repeal of the Sherman Silver law at the next session of Congress. Time will tell whether there is any foundation lor the accusation, but the fact that Senator Vorhecs' brother-in-law has been given a nice diplomatic berth, and that he secured the appointment of Burke to be U. S. Attorney and Hawkins to be U. S. Marshal for Indiana in the face of the opposition of every prominent original Clevelans man of that State, adds probability to that statement. Such a howl was raised over these nominations that it was rumored that they would be withdrawn, but Vorhees stopped it by rushing their confirmations through the Senate. A part of the deal by which Roach came to the Senate from North Dakota was upset this week by the appoi...

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. — 7 April 1893

EVERY HOUR fa riully riirnvil by liny one uf tllliir K x In any part uf the country, who I) willing to wurK liulu. trluiiilv at the ointiliiviiiiiit MlllCII Ml' fumlili. ihi labor Ii light ami ntul von run no rllK whatever. Wnllt you out ciiiiij.litr.so I lint yon mil gtictlie (unities, n Irlul without expriuo to yourself, Kurllio'u wllllugtoilon Utile wurk, tlt li the crnndcU offer inwlc. Vnu enii work BlMur, or In thu evening only. It )u lire cm- I plu)cd, uml hntcn few spare houri nt our till' ' puai, Millie mem. Him mm in )our income. our limine will not Inlirfrrr nt nil. You will li numti'il mi the start nt llii' riMlty ami ate hy which you ninmi dollar iihiii iloll.ir.ilny In and iltyout. Kvi n lieplnncra uri' ums.ful from tho flrt hour. Any one run run the huiliiesi none full. You thuiiM try imili'iiff ile until you lee for yourself vthiit )il eau ilo nt the business which w. oin r. o capital rl'kfil. Wnmcu .re grand workers! nniniu) they mnVe m much t torn. I hey should tn t...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 7 April 1893

K AST WEEK "WlS Last week we Displayed aGreatLine of New Goods, Ready to Meet the Wants of all. SHOES. We carry the largest line of Shoes in the Green River country, of only the best brands, from the Kangaroo down to the Buff Shoe, at 11.25, all shapes of toe as well as patent leath er Slippers. Ladies Slippers are out of eight, from 75c to 2.00, in all the styles. We buy these from reliable firms and can give you a better Shoe for the money than the common Shoe dealer. Ladies come in and see our Slippers and Shoes for children. Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORJJUJO. JO. B. nOUERM, EJitor n.I Prorrlttor. FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1893. Thk National Republican League meets in Louisville May 10th and 11th. One of the most important meet ings ever held in the State will be the Road Convention at Bowling Green next Wednesday and Thursday, the 12th and 13th. Everyone who can possibly go, should attend. The railroads have given reduced rates, and there is no reason why Ohio should no...

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 April 1893

s - Y A new line of all Kahn's. T T trtt1 r''r tf rJ t is what some call the President. His career is like a comet, it is true, fie has an orbit of his own. His success is like The Great Light That Shines Upon the undertakings of Pair Bro5. & Co., the successful and popular merchants, whose Spring Trade is even greater than they anticipated it would bc FOR THE PEOPLE OF OUR COUNTRY No better bargains were ever offered in Dress Goods, Dress Trimmings, Millinery, Prints, Ginghams, Bleach and Brown Cotton, Linens, Cottonades, Notions, Shoes, Clothing, &c, than can be obtained this very day. FRIDAY, Al'Ml,7, 1893. Bros. & Co. Invite your attention to their offerings, N. B. A word to the wise: Come before the stock is culled over. PREMIUM! One nice Patent Ihwl Guitar given toanyonclhtying ?5 oo worth of goals (except oils .iwl paints) nt my House Utwccn this and January 1, 1894. 51.00 worth ol goods Iwiight at one time entitles purchaser to one ticket. 25 tickets 1 guitar Rcs...

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 April 1893

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1803. ' - ftanthrrn Isutaslrlr. manui'acturks' rbcoud. A company from Minneapolis, Mtnn., is at Tallutah Kails, Ga., looking for n site for a manufactory of hardwoods. They have taken an option for sixty days on timber up the river, and propose to put tip a $50,-000 plant. The Tampa Lumber Company of Tampa, Fla., has just erected a new building that will be used as a barrel factory. The machinery has been received and is now being placed in position. At the convention of the Southern Merchants and Cotton-Growers' Association, "held InMemphii, February 22, about 100 delegates were present Jrom Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, 'Mississippi and Louisiana. After considerable discussion a number of resolutions pertaining to the reduction of the cotton acreage and Increased planting of brcadhtufis were adopted. Two interesting papers were read, one on the subject of cotton cul tivation, and the other on the need of reducing the acreage. Among the prominen...

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 April 1893

I , You can got the Hartford Republican and the New York Tribune one year for $1.25, cash. Subscribe now. one dollar EVERY HOUR Is taillr cnriml byniirune of tlthir sex In nnjr firt of uiu country, wnu 14 wiiiinir lowutk niuui. rlomlr at iiii ointiloiniint which we furnish 1 lie labor li limit nml 1 pleasant, niu rim run 110 run whatever. Wcllt ran out complete, mi that oicansltcllic Iui.Iupi. n trial without exptnt. to joiirielf. l-'or Ilium ulllliitu ! n lltllrHurk, Ihli li the grnmli.it nfTrr lunde. Von am work slldnr, or In thorti'iilug mil). If )nu nrc em. plojrj, nml havoa few spare lioiiri nt your disposal, utlllte them, uuil nild In )our Inronm, oir liuilnen will not lull Hi re nl nil, V in will he Bi11nzc.1l 1111 Hie shirt nt llio 1 plillly uml isio by which) oil niinlii iloll ir m un il llnr.ilaylnand day out. f.viuliegintiiM mi iiu(liil from tlio rirsthnur. Any one run run the Innlimi none fall, uu IhiiiM try tioKi'iitr ile until )on sue for yourself what ou rnn tin nt th...

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 April 1893

I. V WAST SHOES. We carry the largest line of Shoes in the Green River couutry, of only the best brands, from tho Kangaroo down to the Bufi Shoe, at $1.25, all shapes of toe as well as patent leather Slippers. Ladies Slippers are out of eight, from 75c to $2.00, iu nil the styles. We buy these from reliablo firms and can give you a better Shoe for the money than the common Shoe denier. Ladies conio in and sec our Slippers and Shoes for children. Hartford Republican FRIDAY, AP1UL 14, 1893. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORXIXO. JO. II. IKKJKHS, . Elltor nnil Proprietor. At Owensboro last Friday afternoon four warehouses and 19,000 barrels of whisky were destroyed by fire. R. Monarch was tbo heaviest loser. A hand of twenty convicts to work on the roads of Ohio couuty through about eight or nine months of the year would make a vast improvement in the condition of our highways. Tin: Democracy is always boasting of its love for the fairer sex as postmasters and used to severely criticise the R...

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 April 1893

THE ALMIGTY DOLLAR IS TII15 DOLLAR YOU SI'ISND WITH US, Di'CAusi; wis givis Tin? Greatest Value FOR YOUR MONEY. QUALITVis of FIRST IMPORTANCE. QUALITY JOIN1JD WITH -IS mmm We Keep Quality. VE SELL it at LOW PRICES. riTSlSIS OUR SPL1SNDID AND FOR SAI.IS AT PRICKS THAT MAKI? TIIK DOLLAR MIGHTY. Hemcinher we want jour Wool. Kggs and Feathers. Fair Bros. & Co. OF. Ilaiffoid Temple of Fashion. FRIDAY. APRIL 11. 189.1. PREMIUM! One nice Patent Hcail Guitar gicii tonnj one lliiyiiiB 25.00 worth ofgooiLs (except oils anil p.iinth) at my House between this ami January :. 1894. $1 00 worth ot goods taught at one time entitles purchaser to one ticket. 25 tickets I guitar Resp'y, I.. II. Khan-. Hartford, Ky. Tiado with Carhon & Co. .New Millinery .it Carson & Co's. Uriug your wool to Carson & Co Wc lead in Clothing. Carson & Co liny your neckwear ofCar.son & Co. llring your produce to Carson & Co. Milk Shake nt Stevens & Collins. Novelties in Veiling at Fair Hios...

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 April 1893

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1803. Tlir (titration. Sonic years ago the good people of Ohio county voiced their sentiments in regard to the whisky question, and the result was n complete victory for prohibition. Hut now Hartford steps to the front, regardless of the will of the people of the county, nud says by a petition to the court that she wants open saloons. And as a matter of course the court didn't have backbone enough to say nay to these petitions, but shuffled the responsibility on to the voters, who, it is to be hoped, will, on May 2d, administer such a stinging rebuke to those who had the effrontery to sign the petition, that they will not likely have the impudence to again petition lor a redress of grievances, as they arc pleased to call them, and perhaps justly enough as far as they arc individually concerned. I do not know an' ol the men who signed the petition, but venture the assertion, that they are cither men who expect to profit by the sale of whisky, or ...

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 April 1893

r . T' You can got the The Republican Hartford The Haeteoed Republican und Courier-Journal both ono year for and the New $1.75. York Tribune one The Republican JO, B, ROQERS, Fublisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Fir Annum, Is Adnnce. and tho year for $1.25, cash. Cosmopolitan, a leading Subscribe now. OL. HAETFOKD, KY., FRDIAY, APKIL 21, 1893. NO. 38. for only $3.00. magazine, ONE DOLLAR EVERY MR re rii.ily innicd liy nnv cmo of cllliir rex In anv part of lliu ccnitilry. h l willing lonork Indue, trlimsly lit Hid rnipln inriil which tp f uriit.li. hi' labor l light ninl plru.nnt, nml ton run mi rlik whatever. Wo lit )ou nut e Iik'tc, r that ion cull gUo tlir biiliiiii u lilnl without xHiiie lii)niirfrir. l'lirtlioM' willing to iln n lltlliMvork, tlilt li llie grninlct inter iiimle. Vim inn work Alliltr, or In Ihi'i'vniliig null. If )nu nre fin. pto)ril, ami hnto n few fpiin1 Ihuim nt )mr UL hiiiiI, nlltlro them, mid mid tn Tour Income, our Iiu...

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 April 1893

v Hartford Republican punnrnmin bvkrv p' nuv jrortNRJo. J4. ft. RAOXKM, Rilltnr unit Proprietor. FRIDAY, VPRfL 2L. 181)3. Tm? recent f intd nnged the crops in Tenncdee, JnKii;pi and Arknn. PkoiuaJII., wcit Republican Tuesday in the city election, the first time in many years. At Park Rftpids, Minn., snow ha fallen fn the liwt few Hays to a depths of twenty inriie. TnR firfnrmrr in a newr tempernce pnper at Brtwliiijy Greem h m a splendid little sheet. OnnnoB ,f TTi?KWi.ayouiir, farm er Iivinor near M.arrodnlmrx, commit ted suicide Tuesday hy taking strych nine. He had been drinking. Brvjium hna taken another step toward Republicanism. The Chamber of Deputies through fear of will grant universal suffrage. 0VR.Nuono is making ettensfve arrangements to entertain the G, A. R, Encampment on the 2l!th four. Ohio county should be well represented. CosoRRKWAy, Asher G. Carnth, 01 Louisville, who has been sick at Washington for some time is improv ing in health, but losing in political popul...

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 April 1893

v V THE ALMIGTY DOLLAR IS THK DOLLAR YOU SPKS'D WITH US. BF.CAUSK WE GIVE THE Greatest Value FOR YOUR MONEY. QUALITYis of FIRST IMPORTANCE. QUALITY JOINED WITH - Prices IS THE wmw mxmte We Keep Quality. WE SELL it at LOW PRICES. wrSEF. OUR SPLENDID STOCK.- AND FOR SALE AT PRICES THAT MAKE THE DOLLAR M1UIITY. Ucmcmher we want jour Wool, Eggs and FwHIhts. Fair Sros. & Co. -PROPRIETORS OF- Hurlford Temple of Fashion. FRIDAY, IbOS. PREMIUM! One nice Patmt Head Guitar given toanyonc Buying $25 ooworthofgoods (except oils and paints) nt my House between this and January '. 894-$1 00 worth ol goods bought at one time entitles purchaser to one ticket. 25 tickets 1 guitar. Resp'y, L. B. Bias. Hartford, Ky. Buy your suit at Fair Bros. & Co. Fair Bros. A: Co. are bargain-givers. Fair Bros. Ac Co. want your Pest line ol Pants at Fair Bros. & Co. Bargains in Millinery at Fair Bros. &Ca ' Finest line of Clothing at Fair Bros. & Co. Indies Slippers irom 50c to $1.75 at Kahn's. ...

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 April 1893

jrw vrr Hartford Republican FRIDAY, Al'IUL 21, 1803. A CITIZEN Wrltra it Very lVrllnrnt Article, t'litnrliijf ? WI1M1). IlAUTi'oni), Kv., April 15. Kditok Rhithmcan. Whether you acted wisely or unwisely in my first article to the columns of your paper, I am unable to say. but I do know that In doingsoyou license me to inflict another batch of my unvarnished opinions upon n much patient community. If I could write as rapidly as 1 think I verily believe that many useful thoughts would be saved to the world, which as it now is, owing briny slowness in the use of a pen, must be lost forever. So that If these thoughts scarce seem worth the reading you may depend on it, that those others which I thought out but which I could not write quickly enough were very fine indeed. Uy no means must you question my ability ns a thinker, it is only in the writing that I fail. If I could employ a stenographer who could put on paper all the product of my brain I am quite sure I could in a short time ma...

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 April 1893

l ' t a!umaimim3ffoan You can get the The Republic Hartford The Hakteord Eepublicm. both and one year and ilic New $1.75. York Tribune one Tho Republican JO. S. R03EES, Publisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE FARTV IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Fer Annnm, In Lima, and the year for S 1.25,. cash. Cosmopolitan, a leading Subscribe now. VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FRDIAY, APRIL 28, 1893. NO. 39. : h3 ONE DOLLAR IVEBY HOUR h rnilljr r.mu'tl liyinn cim (if illlur cx III any part til Ihcciiuiilryi win, l Mllllnc li nrk Imlui. iriiiiMlr at lliu ciiiplotintni uhlili r (uriilili, ine Ithtir l light iiml plenum!, nnd nil run no rlk wlialercr. lit you mil iiiiiiiiiclr,au that yoit run give tlio limine., n trlnl ullliiuil expem loourrlf, l"or llion ttlllliigtiiiln u lltilework, llili U I lie gnuiilint mlcr muiIi, Von mil Moils alldaj, or In Ilni hi nlii)! null. If on nrr Mn. ploxil, mnl luii i'it feir apart' hour lit Jour ul, utllli' tlinin, hihI mill In jnur Income, oar ImdiirM will not liiliriin ...

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 April 1893

tT b . ' ; M lfartford Republican PUBLISHED EVr.HY 1'IUDAY MORNING. JO. B. KOflEM, Editor and froprltlor. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1893. Lexington is overrun with burg lore who are continually committing depredations. A monument to the great American naturalist, Audubon, was unveil ed Wednesday. The Kansas City ministers aro thinking of playing a game of base ball May 8tb. A St. Louis Court has decided that Henry Gocbel is the inventor of the incandescent lamp instead of Thomas A. Edison, ns is commonly understood. SiXTYiEKiirr cf the 300 men who supported Grant in the Republican Convention of 1880 have formed a pcrmament organization in honor of the event. Gov. Brown's little veto ax has fallen heavily upon the Louisville charter and so far as he is concerned it is dead. A strong effort will be made to have the Legislature pass the .bill over the Governor's veto. On Saturday night, May 18, the great and only Henry Watterwm will lecture at the Court House on his favorite theme, "Money and ...

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 April 1893

A . ) . Mir - a. 'V. V f&. Fair Bros. & Co. Groceries at Stevens & Collins. Shaker brooms nt Stevens & Collins. " - Arbuckles Coffee 25c, at Stevens & Collins. John C. Thomas has had his dwelling newly painted. If you need, read and liced Pair Bros. & Co'.s offers. Granulated sugar I7lbs for $1 at Stevens & Collins. You are sure to look well in one of Fair Bros. & Co. 's hats. IS. . Guffy's elegant little law office is Hearing completion. Colored dress goods for cheerful la- dies, at Fair Bros. & Co. Ice for sale nt nny time and any quantity, nt Williams Bros. tf We pay cash for eggs and butter. Sti:vkns & Collins. Cast-away your old clothes and buy n nobby cut-away suit, nt Fair Bros. &Co. Stoj) anywhere nlong Fair Bros. & Co.'s counter and you will find bargains. Cnll on Casebier & Button for hauling of any kind orders promply filled at nil times. Born To the wife of Win. A. Kd-wards, No Creek, on the night of the 24th inst, a fi...

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 April 1893

Hartford Eepublican FRIDAY, Ai'fl.L i8, 18U3. HAS IT COME TO "lHrii When womm.lnv lyunmiin.linMlrrlnrril that It elmll bo, How focUenre tl court uf law to change her lianl decree! Wemnynn well I yiuran nur rartls and ijlvt up In tlcnl ; We cannot bttnitlitailreuilful thine that the It bound touenr. And to let up, prcpiun tn Ikiw wllli meek and humble mien Ik'furu IIiIk llilnii wt urciid no ninrh the mm Intr crinoline-. A on tho street dtie trln nlonc, when winds nru bloulnulilt;hi From urnntl slnnd. we may lcw her aa aha Kft)ly flutters by. And a Into the restaurant rhe makes a bluff tOKO They will lint c to open both the door to sire lierlinlfalior. And when rhe sin upon his lap, poor Georee cannot bo scent for he'll be out of night beneath the coming crinoline. When elcntors triko her up In solitary state. Our statesmen nnd our orators bclotr n 111 hare to wait. And If a fellow nskn a girl If she will be disown He'll liaxuto imptliequcstlon through a mod. ern telephone. And yet, i...

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