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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 5 May 1893

.1 4 !.! IUM HM You can get the riic Republican Haetdrd Eepublicae and Courier-Journal The Hartford both one year for $1.75. and the New York Tribune one The Republican JO, B, ROGERS, Publisher. OFFICIAL ORQAN OF THE PARTY !N THE FOURTH COMESSIONAL DISTRICT. TERNS ,1.25 fir Annum, la Aduiti. and the Cosmopolitan, year lor SL.25, cash. a leading magazine, Subscribe now. VOL. V. HARTEORD, KY., FRDIAY, MAY 5, 1893. NO. 40. for only $3.00. A ONE DOLLAR every mm U lly enrmd uyniivnun n( ltlur rex In nny I'iri (if the cnuutry, whole willing In Murk Indus. Irlmnly nt tho tiiiplojiinnt wlilili lie fiirnlih. Ii light mid iW'!iimnt, iiihI jnu run no risk whiitovir. Wo lit you out i'niiiiU'tc,Bo tlntt yuu fun give llw IhiiIiium n trlul without i xpenio 'to jiiiirnir, FiirtlioHi wlllltiirlu dun little work, till. Is tho Krnii'lent oiler midc Yuu run wurk nlliliy, or In thiiewnliij; nub. If )nu urc fin. ploed, iitul liaiuil few spine hours lit )unr iitlllit llioni, nml (11I1I In umr Incmnit, our...

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. — 5 May 1893

I I. Hartford Republican PUnt.ISItKD EVKHY KlltllAY MORNINO. JO. H. KIM.KKN. ftlltor sml Proprietor. FRIDAY, MAY 0, 1893. Sai .Tones w nmv t Owenthoro firing his bittei anil uncouth epithet nt that city's legion nf sinners. Jambs Cotximj, a notorious horse thief, whs handed Rt (merman, Ky., Wednesday night by n mob of masked fasmers. Onk of the duties of n newspaper is nt lead to come approximately near telling the truth about the things it presents to the public. Exaggeration is wholly out nt place. Tiin Worhl's Fair wan opened Monday in n burnt ot gluv. dent Cleveland iiuiileii upwrh mid tl.Hii tin hiiituii I tin eet lie iiiiiuiiitieit' ol tli" vut aliow in motion. PHI5IIIST t'l.EVKI.AVII nt 10 o'clock Monliiv ir! '' tlt button that put World''" Fiir tn luiiiiiiiLMiiid ii iln Jimmi". rim' excellent I'trni'in stU.'ges'tR, tliir culls to mind the tact that nlvnit n ciir ul'ii ho loiiuhnd thf buttui Ht Chicago and thn "machine" has been on the run ev ry wiici. (tnspiruniis among the ...

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. — 5 May 1893

'Y Fair Bros. & Co. Twcnty Money-Saving Bargains. a fan Md any of fip! - 1 Best Prints 2 Best Bleach 3 Best Shirting 4 Nice White Goods 5 Fine 'hal!ics 6 Men's Work Shirts 7 Ladies Test 8 " Fast Black Hose ) Men's Seainles Socks 10 " Ilaibriiran " 11 Ladies Hats 50c. to 82.50. 12 Oxford Ties 50c. to S2. 13 " 1893 Fine Shoes $1.50. 14 " Custom Made " $2.00. 15 Child Red Oxfords 75c. 1( Men's low cut Shoes $1.00 to 83.50. 17 " Brogttn. " t 00c. 18 " Blow " 1.00. 19 Boys Knee Pants - 25c. 20 Men's Suits $3.50 to 820.00. Look it all over and come to see us. Hartford Temple of Fashion, I 3i T-.'. FRIDAY. .MAY i.Hitn. PKSWIUM! One nirc l'nU'iit llwi.l CnUnr given toanyone I'.uj niR $25.00 worth of goods (except oil an I pimls) fit my House Iwlwccn this aiui Jaiiuury 1. 1894. $1 00 worth ol o(ls 1 ought nt one time cntitks purchaser to one ticket. 35 tickets 1 jjuitar Rtsp'y, I. H. Ukan. llnrtlonl, Ky. Tracy it Son want your produce. Imyyour ll.its at Oirs.ou it Co.'s Pace is the barbe...

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. — 5 May 1893

if l ," Hartford Eepublican FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1803. nirtl nl lilt. CINCINNATI KNQUIMKK. Mrs. Robinson was n colored wont an. She was lxrn In the town of Maryland, in the state of Virginia, in Februrary, 1764. Her mother was born in Africa, and brought to the United States ns a slave. Mrs. Robinson married an Indian who was token prisoner by the family with which she was living, lly him she had fifteen children, three of whom all girls are still living. They are Maty Withers, aged 89 years; Fannie Rout, aged 52 years, and Uzzie Jones, aged 46. The first lives nt Crittenden, Ky., and has given birth to fifteen children, all of whom are dead, Mrs. Jones has given birth to seven children, four of whom are in the land of the living. When the Revolutionary war broke out Mrs. Robinson was twelve years old. She remembered up to the day of her death and was able to tell of the red-coated British soldiers and the forces of George Washington as she saw them with her own eyes. She often told of ho...

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. — 12 May 1893

9 A iv if i: nf You can get the The Republican Hartford Reptjblio The Haeteoed Eepublicak and Courier-Journal both one year for only Ay and the New $1.75. York Tribune 'one The Republican JO, S, ROGERS, Fnblishor. OFFICIAL (ROAN OF THE PARTY IN IRE FOURTH C0N.RE55I0NAL DISTRICT. TERMS $1.25 Per Annum, la Airance. and the year for 81.25, cash. Cosmopolitan, a leading magazine, Subscribe now. VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FRDIAY, MAY 12, 1893. NO. 41. for only $3.00. ..- mil 'I- '" ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR In enillr e arned by anr mm of either sex In anjr I art of llio country, win, l willing to work Indus. Irluuiljr at the vmploruunt which wr fumlih. Hie labor Ii light nnd lrn.atit( nml you run no rink whatever. We lit oil out cniiiiiIc(e,o that you can glvo the liu.lnrsi a trial without expense in youneir. Kur thole willing lii il a Utile work, tlil. Ii the gramluit olfcr luiuli. You can work all dar, or In the online only. If you are m. plojcd, ami harcn few spr Im'iri at your dls. ionl, uil...

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 May 1893

!- x. ' V Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. JO. B. BOUF.Rfl, Editor and ProprUtcr. FRIDAY, MA.Y 12, 1893. Ohio county always come in for her share of the honor. It was estimated thai the largest crowd in Louisville for many years was there Wednesday and Thursday. At one of Sam Jones services the other day three thousand women stood to testify their determinations to fight the whiskey traffic in the city. It is no t a little queer that everybody who went from Hartford to bear Sam Jones left home condemning him and came back praising him. Sam is truly u man of magnetism if more. We would call the attention of our ' readers that while there may be a good deal ot wind used in running a newspaper, there is another ingredient called money, it is also quite nee essary. Make yourself and the editor feel good by paying up and a year uhcad. The meeting ot the National League, of Republican Clubs, at Louis, ville marks an era in the political affairs of the South. It means, i...

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 May 1893

1 V & -V BIG BARGAINS Wl A VR '-IM"!"- A J? AAA J3JCTWWO. . G WWU & Popular Store. Every day is a Special Bargain Bay. , .We TiO. not sell our Large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Carpets, Trunks, Mattings, etc., to match competition, but we propose to seli them lower than eorr. petition. So each farmer desiring to get goods cheaper than any house in the country sell them should not fail to see us at once. Mothers love to bring their children to us for Clothing, for three powerful ' reasons. First: We have the Largest and Loveliest Stock in town. Second: We have the politest salesmen in town. Third: The prices are' lower than any house in town. Here are a few leaders: Children Suits 1.00, worth $1.50; a much better one at 1.50, worth twice v the money. Men's Suits $4.00, worth $6.00. Blue Cot- tonade Pants 50c. Plow Shoes 81.00. Good Prints 5c. Good Ginghams 8 he Fine White Goods 5c to 20c per yard. A Special Sale of Millinery Goods the balance of May. We Inve th...

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 May 1893

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, y. AY 12, 1803. FIN DE SIGCLE FUN. A fine old Rtntlcrnn!" you know th sort With courtly nlr an I consequential port: In dress fastidious id tlio degree, But favoring style (if tome pnst centum One to whom all tin' twst inlaid hold wnsswMt, Old saws, old lived on Chestnut street All thlnjrs to byEono standnrds ho referred, And "the. old sehool" vas his familiar word. Ho loved to Kibe at "this df irencrntc age," Klrlnc fomo special x liters nt our ktasc, Citing the elder Booth, Macrrndy, Kean, With lesser Unlit his favored eyes had seen. Thus nt lid club the oldest In the dally doings met his nightly frown, Until hla frlemKis low their patience ran, Iteaolvcd to trap tho "flno old Rentlcman." fk) on a night when ho waa at his worst And tho whole modern unherso accursed, When dinner, sen ed as olden time approved. Win under way, tho soup but Just removed A well Instructed steward brought tho fish. Tho "flno old gentleman" essayed t'io dish. Then, nil dlguftn...

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 May 1893

. H l I I m it .?. -v I by of this place bo sent to Chicago as a ' tiieeinien of Puyallup s interior tinns MovLiland seconded that water is it moro dj&tructito clement than (Ire. Resolve 1 that ILimkt was deranged, n-id th ;t .lames Owen O'Conor's conception of the part was correct. Vote I that an old Spanish mission bo irecteil here at nn early date, located at tho terminus of tho Puyallup and addition lino of horsocars. Resolved that this town has always had a gon.l. steady, healthy growth, aud that wo do now adjourn. Coming north from Los Angeles through tho great groves of cactus near tho Moliavo desert I got off a good thing. We wero a merry party, filling 15 sleeping cars. Wo wero all crowdod, of course, but gay. I slept with Peter who was going to play at Stockton. Iu tho morning, as wo lay thoro awako and waiting for tho gents to get all washed tip and givo tho gentlemen a clmnco, i said to Mr. Jackson, "Pete," I says, "do you know what tio it is that binds this country ...

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 May 1893

I ,- .1 t',v V L ' Hartford Republican PUBLISHED KVKHV KIUDAV MORNING. JO. . MOUKKN. K.lllor mil Proprietor. FR1DA.Y, MAY 19, 1893. 'I'm: good people of Hartford arc hiterectcd in what the Grand Jury will do bo are the Blind Tigers. A. V. unPoNT, a highly respected and public-spirited citizen of Louis villc, died suddenly on Tuesday in that city. A latk novelty is an entire suit of clothes made of rattle suako skin, buttons aud teeth, which is to be worn at the World's Fair. A mix has been introduced into the Legislature to abolish the Kentucky Institute lor the Feeble Minded, aud the man who introduced it deserves the condemnation of all thinking meu. II anythiug at all needs doiug with the Institute for the Feeble Minded it is lor the inmates to change places with the Legislature. Tiik editorial column ot that enterprising paper, the Ltvermorc Chronicle, was headed' last week by the following interesting item: "Mr. J. Kdwin Rowe, our affable, but erratic, Commonwealth's Attorney, ...

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 May 1893

A - A' i. r' " . X BIG BARGAIN - FAIR BROS. & CO.'S Popular Store. Every day is a Special Bargain Day. We do not sell our Large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Carpets, Trunks, Mattings, etc., to match competition, but we propose to sell them lower than competition. So each farmer desiring to get goods cheaper than any house in the country sell them should not fail to see us at once. Mothers love to bring their children to us lor Clothing, for three powerful reasons. First: We have the Largest and Loveliest Stock in town. Second: We have the politest salesmen in town. Third: The prices are lower than any house in town. Here are a few leaders: Children Suits SI. 00, worth $1.50; a much better one at $1.50. worth twice the money. Men's Suits $4.00, worth $6.00. Blue Pants 50c. Plow Shoes $1.00. Good Prints 5c. Good Ginghams 8 Jc. Fine White Goods 5c to 20c per yard. . A Special Sale of Millinery Goods the balance of May. We have the largest and prettiest line in Ohio co...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 19 May 1893

I j"5 Hartford Republican F3tDA.Y, MVY 10, 1893. A Plnrky nor. UXCHAXCK. The boy marched straight tip to the counfer. "Well, my little man," said the merchant complacently (he had just risen from a glorious good dinner,) what will you have to-day?" "Oh, please sir, mayn't I do some work for you?" It might have been the pleasant blue eyes that did It, for the man was not accustomed to parley with such small gentlemen, and Tommy wasn't seven yet, and snnll ot his ago at that. There was a few wisps of hair along the edges of the merchant's temples, and looking down on the appealing face the man pulled at them. When he had done tweaking them he gave the ends of his cravat a brush and then his hands traveled down to his vest pocket. "Do some work for me, eh? Well, now, aootu wnai son 01 wars liugui. your small manship calculate to be able to perform? Why, you can't look over the counter?" "Oh, yes, I can, and I'm growing fast, there, see if 1 can't look over the counter?" "Yes by .standi...

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 May 1893

" You en got the Hartford Republican and the New York Tribune one year for $1.25, cash. Subscribe now. ONE DOLLAR EVERY MR l tn.lly turned by iiiiy one of c ttlicr six In nnjr I'.ntuf ihucmintr), li l mIIIIiik In work Indui. ulouily at tliu I'liiplm mint ulikli r (iiriilih. ini'lubor l light mil ilr nnd Jim run no llak whatever. Wcllt )ou nut cimii.lite.ni Hint you run che tli ltilui ah ti tiiul without i xptu. In toiirsrir. I or HniM" nllllnn lit iln n little work, (lil'i h the ollVr iiimIi. mu tun work nil lny, or In tin i lining iinl. If 5011 are iiikI Imvpn few linura nt your uUllto tlioin, uml uilil In )our luconi., our business will not lutirliri nt nil. i on will tin nuiiiri il 011 tin1 tlurl nt tin ruiildltyniid mie ly which ou iiuntti ilnll ir ii m dnllnr.rirtyliiHnd il iv out. I.wn bilum r tin miii i o.ftil fiom tho llrst liutir. Any out 1111 run tin biialinsa none (ill. You should try iiiiHi'iik 1 I"' until )ou tec for wlmt jnti 11111 lo nt tin huiliitti which wcoflir. .N...

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 May 1893

ft I VM" mvKmrtrTTmmtmmimmmmm Hartford Republican fUBLISHED KVJCIIY PltlDAY MOItNlNO. JO. M. KUUKRH, Kitltor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1893. 0k lain Jrcd men armed with Winchester rifles and under command ot United States Marshal Blackburn are now at Central City to eniorce the collection ni' the Muhlenburg Bond taxes. It seems that poor old Muhlenburg is about at the end of her row. Tin: pond on tbe negro lot at the turn ot tbo Beaver Dam road needs draining badly. It is but a harbor for malaria and typhoid fever and cholera and every other ailment that can nrice from Btagnaut woter and filth, when an hour's work would drain it completely and effectually. Tin: Kentucky liaptitt is coming to be one ot the most popular religious newspaper in the country.lt is bright, crisp nnd ncwy. On May 11 it came out in a twelve page issue with bright colored covers nud a number of cuts and sketches of eminent divines ot tbe denomination, among them our own Dr. J. S. Coleman. The llaptU alw...

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 May 1893

'i i. h f .(i : v am.rx ViMSiii "" -" nir" iln iTniln' iii'iiYauiii BIG BARGAIN - FAIR BROS. & CO.'S Popular Store. Every day is a Special Bargain Day. AVe do not sell our Large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Carpets, Trunks, Mattings, etc., to matcli competition, but we propose to sell them lower than competition. So each farmer desiring to get goods cheaper than any house in the country sell them should not fail to see us at once. Mothers love to bring their children to us for Clothing, for three powerful reasons. First: We have the Largest and Loveliest Stock in town. Second: We have the politest salesmen in town. Third: The prices are lower than any house in town. Here are a few leaders: Children Suits SI. 00, worth $1.50; a much better one at $i.ou. worm twice tne money. Men's Suits 4.00, worth $0.00. Blue Pants 50c. Plow Shoes 81.00. Good Prints 5c. Good Ginghams 8 :c. Fine White Goods 5c to 20c per yard. A Special Sale of Millinery Goods the balance of May. We...

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 May 1893

; ,!! I M 1 J7!t tTv fWl "iwvityKmb" v" affy V ifwuiMPum in.jyy ''""'"JMHIWSIWWWWMW ''iulWBiitjm'iiwr!TCryBmrawiiatKnTaw8gai.iJMU.uw"i " I ! E 1 Hartford Republican I-' UOVYMAV 2d. INGLET0N. Re Introduce lilii r..i' lu tl. Ilett of (ha C Irrl.. Himjlctnn was chuckling to himself all the uioruliiK, which was rather siiiRtilnr, for Ulnjduton wuh h morose nort of a UU fellow bo!'.:!itt'i)jM at Barker, IeL'.s & Co.'h bunking establishment hml frequently nvcrred that Dlngleton whs u convincing exhibit in tlio chain of evidence, proving tlio evolution of limn from t!:o vegetable kingdom. Bingle-ton's original ancestor, thoy wcro certain, hail been nothing morn or less than u leuum, anil in tlio growth from lemou to Diagleton nothing but tlio form and MlMbilltlM had been changed. nil remained Suddenly, however, Miiglcton began to i;in out a now kind of ore. ns it were. Occ.iJumil chuckle had been noted for i'.;iml'::i. but such u scries of them as this morning had adduced was something...

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. — 2 June 1893

r ii .V1J .' -II ,;i JO, B, SOUR!, Publisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTV IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, T&RUS S1.25 Per Annum, Is Aim... year for 81.25, cash. Subscribe now. VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., ERDIAY, JUNE 2, 1893. NO. 44. OME DOLLAR t tntlly by nnv tine itt tltlnr rex In nnjr part of the country, wImi l wlllliii; tumuL at tin- oniplnuiiiut nlilih we furnUti. llio labor Is light nnd plf Mrunr, uml j on run no llk fthatrvrr. Weill mil mil r'Untilete, m tint Toil c.in gho the limine., n trial nlllinut i'Xpi ! jourscir. I'lirllioMj Hlllli'r loilo ii nurk, tlil t tho granite! oifiT iiuiili, u run work all iUv,ur In tlioivinliig null. It Jim arc nil, il)ril, uii.I hsien few fjmri' lionn lit )oup ills. jio.nl, ntllliP llirm, uml Ml. I to innr Ineouio, nur hu.liie.. will nut ln,"iu it nil, Yuu vtlll lie iiiii ttdl mi the tirt nl Ho i i n lltv nml m hv Mlilcli juu anno ilull ir 1 1 ' I, ir, ilny Innui ilijrouL. Lvm liiglimei. mi' -in i liil from Ilia MrAt hour Anv mie r.ui r...

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. — 2 June 1893

SZuSI rr .,,,., r Hartford Republican PUBLISHED UVKItV I'MDAY MOltNINO. ' JO. II. MOI.KKN, Killlor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1893. Tin: Cancyvillo Herald is the latest a'ddition to our exchange list. It isa neat seven coin inn paper, and is published by I j. C. Newman. Tins will no doubt bo the best newspaper week Kentucky 1ms had for yeais the editors are not only not out of town, but clean out ot the .State. Liirr the good wotk done on the streets be followed by u general clean ing up. Without it typhoid lever and cholcru aro given a special invitation to visit the town. TntTi: to its record of general cdncss the Legislature has passed a .bill abolishing the Institute for the education of feeble minded children. .Shame on the per diem dead beats. Khstcuky is enjoying a rest this week the editors aro away and if she could only get rid of the Legislature her peace would bo perfect, but it is all right; we could not stand too many good things at once. Tin: graduate should nut f...

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. — 2 June 1893

:;' 'V v fAIfiO.&eO.' SPEGIAlBfilVIS THE TIME rtrnT'T'i -' T,'''TrfTr''g Wo propose to 3"CnT beginning A memorial one in Prints, Ginghams, Dress Goods, Silks Hosiery, Notions, White Goods. A Genuine Sale. Our Stock Must Go. "And the. Good Work Goes on." . JlW'tg'll'J l Fin day, .ir !:-. im:i. I'HEMIUM! One nice Patent Head C'.uit.ir Riven to anyone Huyinjf Si; oowoilh of goods (except oils and aiiits) nt my House Wtwwit this and Jnmuiry I, 1S94. 51 00 woitli ol tioids boiiKht nt one time entitles, purclmerto one ticket. 25 tickets : RUitar Kisp'y. I.. II. llaitford, Ky. Ice for hale nt miv time nnd any quantity, at Williams llros. tf If you want anything hi the line, call on Tracy ii Sou. If you w.itit 11 noo.l job of Watch repairing or anything in the Jcwerly line, call on C. It. Martin. Joshua Miller, living n-ar Koek-port, lost n fine horse last V'riday, by it's falling into n well. Mr. I?. W. Taylor and family left last Tuesday for Greenville where they will make their futur...

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. — 2 June 1893

Mmvjill HiiiUBHl bJu X 'vlxf, 7 0 t , " gftrw;ti"VLW"rttiti.")im"i wmawLrttMirMBfcwvTra.i.'i''ir.w Hartford Republican ntinvY, .iusii i infrf.""" Thr IIiioUn nlTlir llllilc IN MltTRlCAf. Olllililt. The follow tug lutes were composed liy nn old guiitieiiiuii now icsiding in Aitu.tgh, Ireland, It was written on oraiotithis eilit ictli bittluliiy. "I hive known liini." adds tlic who sends them tp us, 'lor thirty years, and never knew a sweeter or mole consistent christian. Till; OLD TUSTAMliNT. In Genesis, the word was made by God's. Untighty hand. In Kxodus, the Hebrews matched to the promised land. Livitictts contains the law, holy and just and good; Numbers records the tiibes enrolled, all sunt ol Abraham's blood. Moses in Deuteronomy, recounts Clod's mighty deeds: Uravejoshun, into Cauanon's land, the host of Israel leads: In Judges, their rebellion olt provoked the Lord to smite, Uut Uuth records the faith of one well pleased in His Sight; In First :iad Second S.unuel, of Jesse's ...

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