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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 11 August 1893

r . : ( . v It t - . v, -, . i , . -1 i. , i Vv : . f - , r ' -v r ' . f' ' . fe ' ''. ' ' I' 1 3 t Here's Luck, : Good Friends! If times nre tight and you arc blue, come down to Fair Bros. & Co.'s and they will help you through. YOU CAN'T FIND IT EVERY DAY, So when it is handed you, don't fail to grab it. And in the grabbing, he sure to Take Firm Hold of FAIR BROS. & CO They are" not superstitions, they are facts. JnPJ Fill DAY, AUGUST 11, 181)3. The medicine .show has at last departed. & Co. while in town tlnVweek. II yirtf want a new .suit, see Carson o. Coux'and get a Swiss dress at your own price. (.akson x v-o. Our frfrniturc room is chock full of i mi t lire. Cakson & Co. fee for sale at any time and ay 'nuatititv. at Williams Bros, tf Wcpwtltc best ol prices lor all kindjrtJl produce. Cakson it Co. Good rigfor hire, at all times, at Casebicpit Burton's stable rates reasonable. I on C. R. Martin at Williams Drug Store for all kinds of jewclcry. C. R. Martin wi...

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 August 1893

Hartford Republican PiUDAY, AUrjiT ,11, 181)3 XTwayS CATE. I'm (ilwnys Just allttlolnto whcrct er I i.iny o; In whatsoe'er I umlcrlnko I nlwnjatliul It o IMRCt onterytiltcly If tint troiM would oily tvn.lt, liut now I'm mire to lliul mv If n Ulllo bit to late. Wlien but n rlillil I nlwicvn wvnt n lit t to l.ilc (o school; In nmMnK Into tl.n uuno dilii) u,y m lions seemed to rub". For every lltnc I ashed r. maid 10 bo my lot Ipg mate, She'd m), "I'm soiry, jnti'ie n llttlo Ml too lute." I can't recall a tlmo when I let out locaiilin train Hut lint I had to run for It nit hall myinlrflit and main, Am) m I taw It clbllni; nut was forrod to sully wait Tlie while some ono would mention, "Vou'ro 11 little bit too Lite." 1 half hellote. If I should illo as ccrtalul) I be n little bit ton Into to sen my funeral; homo one would say, "Tho l.vuno UKonv; the mourners couldn't wait; The casket went without jou; ou're n little bit too lute." Yet even that I could cndure,but I hocrnter fears That ...

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. — 18 August 1893

y ff).lM n- i n"" my ... ... .... '"'--- . -.. . JJ L-- ' ' '- ' ' ' ' --- - .!!( and The. the Republican Cosmopolitan, The Habtobb Eepitblican, and both TllC Courier-Journal one SSeI'UIILICAN year for only a loading magazine, $1.75. for only $2.00. Publisher, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TSRU3 S1.25 Per Annum, In Admit. JO. B, ROGERS, VOL. VI. HAHTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1893. NO. 3. wiwhAwmiiiiri ' VJ .n - i i " VYjin,.,.,y . - --- -A. n-1 'lIiH. -' J-Ui "' " Jcalou$ Contention havo resulted In misery tho world ovor. People who nro well deposed nnd not liouiul by sulMntcrcsl, nro willing to accord credit wlicievcr merited and due. Clvlllzntlon Is gradually bringing the luimnn rucu up to tills olcvntlon, and in oxnet proportion Is Dr. Fonner's Kidney nnd Bnckacho Curo coining to bo recognized as the correct nnd standard remedy in all hlilncy, femalu, and blood diseases bclmr ablo to curo tlictu readily. It is speclllo in all akin eruptions...

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. — 18 August 1893

I', u ss38 Hartod Republican rUIlUSIIHD BVllUV i'ilttlAY jlbltNlNil. JO. H. RIHJF.KN, Ktlilnr niiil t'roiinlor' FRIDAY, AUGUdT 18, 1803 I Wi: AUK AUTIIOIU.UI) TO ANNOUNCT. I C. SLADE TAYLOR . Of the Cromwell Precinct, as n candidate for State Senator from the 8th Senatorial District, st.jev... U the . action of the Republican party. To Tin; vomits oi Om . candidate for Senator in the District composed of your counties. 1'eiiiR a. Republican, I wilt submit my claims to the Convention of that party. So- lie tine . the support of all Republic-, ".. . .''...- t .... ans in the Convention, I am, Yours truly, 15. D. Gui'iv. Hartford, Ky.. June 29, 1893. Wis akk authoki7.i:i to announck ZEBULON H. SHULTZ, Of the Sulphur Sprin s Precinct, as a candidate for the office of School Superintendent for Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wl5 AM'. AUTIIOKI.I'I) TO AN'N'OUKCI W. L. HAWKINS Of Hartford, as a candidate for the office of School Superintendent for Ohio county, s...

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. — 18 August 1893

(gtnwwwwerjw srve Here's Luck, Good Friends! If times iiro tight and you arc blue, comedown to Fair Bros. & Co.'s and they will help you through. YOU CAN'T FIND IT EVERY DAY, So wlifcn it is handed you, don't fail to grab it. And in the grabbing, lie sure to Take Firm Hold of FAIR BROS. & CO They are not superstitions, thev arc facts. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1803. New goods at Pair Bros. & Co. School Shoes nt Fair Hros. & Co. I Trade growing In Iter nt Knir Ilros. & Co. If yon want a new .suit, sec Carson & Co. Visit Carson & Co. while in town this wufc. Best shoes ior least money at Fair Ilros. & Co. Novelties in Fall l)re.s Goods at Fair Ilros. iS: Co. Ice for sale at any time and any quantity, nt Williams Hros. tf Tracy & Sou are headquarters for any thing in the Grocery line. Our furniture room is chock (till of new furniture. Cahson & Co. . We pay the best of prices for all kinds of produce. Causon & Co. Good teams and rigt at Case-bier &a...

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. — 18 August 1893

Hartford Republican F1UDAY, AUGUoT 18, 189D A TEXAS NORTHER. We were- riding along this mlddlo fork of tho Concho, Lieutenant Word of tho Tenth cavalry, Caswell, chief clerk at tho poet sutler's, and myself. Wo had been out after antelope- without success and lato In thenftcrooon found ourselves Eorno SO miles from Fort Concho, men nnd mounts tired with n day's pounding over tho plnins. Privato Bilkins, whom tho lieutenant had taken along to spread otir noonday lunch nnd lead tho pack horse-, rodo nt tho rear, his big gray following with tho faithfulness of n troop horse, whilo tho pack nnlmal boro no heavier a burden than a pair of jack rabbits which Caswell had ignominiously potted. A blast of air, so cold that it seemed to almost freeze ono's blood, rushed over us just as tho sun was hidden on tho horizon by tho advancing cloud. A band of cattlo, 200 or moro in compact mass, plunged madly past, their heads near tho ground nnd their long horns Bhinlng In tho glow of tho fnlso twil...

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. — 25 August 1893

ir: in t"r '?" i'i:o(h:nsivi:i,ovi:. llY U'AHMAK.J I remember fair my veiy first love, Ami all that I toUl her was ttitn every word; It ii t inv lnvi! wn.t n .mvifcnrt tilt wlllir.S of a tlove. ' Ami ere she loved me,' in the di.v laii"e I lieanl The sweet voice of dear lllaitche; he was best ol them nil, j And I keep her blest memory fresh ! in iny heart; , llttt the roses orsumnicr must fade in the fall; Ah the night follows diy, so we met but to part. Then Knnna and Isabella, Mary and Maine, Knelt in turn veie loved lightly; nud Agnes and May; My soifg every summer would bear n new mime Hut these like the olheis soon drifted away. And then eaine u season of sadness for me; A season in which I tried hard to foiget The niaivelous fuusical voice of Mtuie And the far-away eyes of I.izclte. K'en ns the gay llirts with the flnnie; I pltiycd lotiud the hearts of maidens I knew; My song every season would have a new name, And others would fade from my mind like the dew, Xow I look at the...

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. — 25 August 1893

H' I! - Hartford Republican PUBUSIIKI) KVERY FRIDAY MORSINO. JO. R. RtMlKRN, Eilitnr onil Proprietor FRIDAY, AUGUdT 2.'., 1803 Wn AKI5 AUTIIORI7.KU TO ANNOUNCE O. SLADE TAYLOR Of the Cromwell Precinct, as n candidate for State Senator from the 8th Senatorial District, si.''jeu i the action of the Republican party. To THIS VOTKUS Ol' OlII , ukro and BuTMiu I am a candidate for Senator in the District composed of your counties. Being a Republican, I will submit my claims to the Convention of that party. Soliciting the support of all Republicans in the Convention. I am, Yours truly, K. D. Gui'i'v. Hartford, Ky., June 29, 1893. Wl! ARK AUTHORIZE!) TO ANNOUNCE ZEBULON H. SHULTZ, Of the Sulphur Sprin s Precinct, as a candidate for the office ol School Superintendent for Ohio county, subject tothe action of the Democratic party.' We are authori.ed to announce W. L. HAWKINS Of Hartford, as a candidate for the office of School Superintendent for Ohio county, subject to the action of the Demo...

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. — 25 August 1893

'a- . v , v 7 ' ETO Wfc J sasrsK Ht$tOWM mtf0mmmtmimmt m if i M"'" J Confidence Restored. The feeling of timidity that has proved so disastrous to commercial-ventures is sure to be at an end whenever UNCERTAINTY IS OVERCOME And the public allows itself to feel assured that it can once more ' . trust mankind, INTEffBITY OF Meanwhile, owing to the unprecedented stringency in the ey markets, cash is still WORTH ITS FULL VALUE Valuable and serviceable Goods that are on the shelves must be moved. FAIR BROS, ft CO., Thank their customers for the continued evidence of their faith in them, and beg leave to say that they propose to preserve their ' credit. In order to meet their obligations they must dispose of Even though they do so at a complete sacrifice of hoped-for profits. They offer their entire line of Summer goods at Cost. if.a.xir biros, as, co. -PROPRIETORS- HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2r. 1893. New Grocery. Trade nt the New Grocery. Fancy a fresh lot at A. I) White...

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. — 25 August 1893

n Hnrfcford Republican Fit! DAY, AOOUoT 2fi, lS'J'J THE DUDE'S HAT. Wasn't Up to Shakedown Jones' Standard, Nolle I'llleil I t'llllol lltllli'l Unlet mill I nl roil n ml Ihr Young I'cltou In it Men' Jli'xlco Ihr rtotc.ilir nil ihp Wny Irom Itoilini unit umhOIii I I'iioiikIi In 'ct llnrk Wlirrp lie Could IJrl Another. STTItlUV II..I)i:. "I have been engaged," says a ro turned Iioston man, "hi the work of trying to build up a new country in the southwest. It was in New Mexico, and John and I went out there filled with an ambition to grow up with some wild locality and help make it a city. We thought that perhaps in two or three years we might be in the legislature, and the next year in congress, perhaps. When we struck the station on the Atchison and Santa lfe, which was to be our point of departure for the city wc were to start in life, everything was at high pressure. Saloons were crowded and cowboys, and thieves comprised the principal inhabitants, Of course 1 was dressed rather fo...

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. — 1 September 1893

.J- I -- -1 -i ' jt 'C ' fm ;!$ J"' -J-- 'ms,' - - i r . rsm immiml,ifUmf1pm'i i L'"'," Tho XlurujiLtcAN 'I ho .KI'L'JIMCAN and tho Cosmopolitan, The Hmtdrd Kepdblican. and a lending both one year for oii. ly.SI.T5 for only $2.00. JO, B. mill Fublisker. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN TEE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERMS S1.25 Per Annum, In Aim... VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1893. NO. 5. J)imi)pninlmtnt i felt at tho prematura (Uvlhiu of Amur-lean women. llublts of llf.i lmvo much to ito with iirevalllnp conditions. Their correction will Improve coming nud corroctlvo medicines have Just us much to do with tho present. Dr. Gunner's Kidney nnd Backache Curo Is n, poslllvo spccKlo In all ktdnoy comphilutn, gravel, stono In hlnddcr, fcmalo weakness and Irregularities, moth on face, etc., Improves nppotite and digestion, corrects and restores to normul notion nil organs of tho body and purliles tho blood. Also cure hciidntfhe, backache, dropsy, rheumatism, skin diseas...

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. — 1 September 1893

Hnrtford Republican I'UHMSIir.D I'.VKKY FltlllAY MORNING. JO. 11. IKHJI'.ltH. K.lllnr an I Proprlclor KIUUAV, nKlTHMBEUSr., 1803 I . ; Wi! aki; Ai'Tiioitizcn to announci; C. SLADE TAYLOR Of the Cromwell I'rccinct, ns a candidate lor Stale Senator from the 8th Senatorial District, si.oj..i to the action of the Republican party. To tiik votkks or Om , and Uuti.i'k Countiks I am a candidate for Senator in the District composed of your counties. Being a ltpiitililienii. 1 will submit mv claims to the Convention of that party. So-' iiciiing tnc support o: an Kepuoitc ans in the Convention, I am, Yours truly, K. I). Haitford, Ky.. June 29, 1893. Wi: auk .i'Tiioni.i;i) to annofnci: ZE13ULON H. SHULTZ, Of the Sulphur Sprin s I'rccinct, as a enii'liilntc for the office of School Supetintendcnt for Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic lrty. Wk iti: AL'riioKi7i:i) to ann'ouxck W. L. HAWKIN3 Of Hartford, as a candidate for the office of School Superintendent for Ohio county, sub...

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. — 1 September 1893

ntvv tPt '. ?, : v a "" ax A !" ?'- n? k k. " , . - -' t C- Si B' m" . " K? VT m i - 1 ire t jt -.I ; V w -tat.' Confidence Restored. The feeling of timidity that has proved so disastrous to ventures is sure to be at an end whenever UNCERTAINTY IS OVERCOME And the public allows itself to feel assured that it can onco more trust mankind, in ran of promise maimed. Meanwhile, owing to the unprecedented stringency in the money markets, cash is still WORTH ITS FULL VALUE Valuable and serviceable Goods that are on the shelves must be moved. FIR BROS. & CO., '1 Thank their customers for the continued evidence of their faith in them, and beg leave to say that they propose to preserve their credit. In order to meet their obligations they must dispose of Even though they do so at a complete sacrifice of hoped-for pr They offer their entire line of Summer go;ids at Cost. (5b CO. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. FRIDAY. StilTEMIIKIl 1. 1!)3. Try the New Grocery. Tiy Sa;olio nt V. It. Williams. (...

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. — 1 September 1893

'iJf :7c rrspwssBTTjaTc Bar iiotftl Hep u bii call FRIDAY, dtil'l'ISMIItiirJfi, 1SD1 PASSION TIDE. The f oodk child Jeaui linil n cfttilcn Full of nxearuro ntiil Anil tlirlco tiny ho watcml them To mako n pirlnml for lili lientl. When tlicy were full blown In tho gardca, Ho cnllcil tlio Jculrli rlillilren tliorc. Anil cacIiiI lil pluck nroo Until tlicy BlrliHil thu gnnlcn bare. "Anil, now. how will you mnloyour For not a nio your imtii nuorns "Hut jou foritot," lionnswirol tlicm, "That J nil lnuc left mo still tho thorns." They took tho thorns nml nmilo n ptulnml I Anil lilnrnl It on lili tlilnlmi licml. Anil wliero thu nwi tliouM InuoMiown I Were little ilronsnf blooil Ingtrml. ltlchntil Henry StoOilnnl. A WITOWS WALK, i Tho Marquiso do Dcanmlnols had mourned suldcieiitly for n gouty nml unreasonably jealous husband. Slio hail recently lnlil nsido her weeds nml liegan n ncuvninc, when nn order from the king enjoined her to lodge u cnitnln and Ids squadron, which had been sent to cl...

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. — 8 September 1893

mwiKKwW ,.. 'ni.y.MWtefr: i'ifiytfrrf'"''"' m.jvu i. - Tlie Republican I lie Kkpujilican and the Cosmopolitan, The Harteord Republican. and u lending magazine, both one year for on for $2.00. only ly $1.75. JO, Br ROGERS. Fublisber. CrriCIAL ORGAN 0F TEE PART? IN IRE FOURTR CQMESSIONAl DISTRICT. TERMS 1.25 ?ir Annum, la Adn&ei. VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1893. NO. 6. ... ' M CMPI ?K hit chant of tho , I. usually tuken when lis "goes south." Ala. how many never return allrel Dr. Tenner'. UoMenllellcf taken ,' In 6 drop dose, on a r X la .malt lump of sugar JW once in two sour., c. cones Consump tion. It has been .tigmutltcd ss a "cutesll." That is unjust. It cltltns to euro but one dlieasc, vli.t INFLAMMATION. Hut that appearing In so many forms make, a longllat of names. It certainly looks like a big Jump from ooms and felons toconsutnptlon. Dut uih Is Inflammation, ami .Inflammation can no more thrh e under the application of this remedy than potato bugs can u...

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. — 8 September 1893

mmmm iigwiiim i 'injiii'Miiif Harttord Republican I'llIIIJSHKll lJVKKY FKIIlAY MORNINO. -T JO. It. HIH1KKN, E.lltor ami Proprietor KlUOAV, riKIMTMBKK 8, 18ii:J Sni.Pi:XAMlN.Tloj is the only road to lilc at uprightness, and the man wlio studies himself, nine cases in ten, will do to trust. Tin: key to the situation is tlmt the people hnvo not confidence in the ability ot the Administration to suo eessfully conduct the nflairs nl the eonniry. Ajiomi ninny oilier Republicans the following have heen suggested f.ir tho Legislature: Capt. David Dnucan, A. S. Aull.J. H. James, II. R. Wedding and V. M. Awtry. Tuixik .1. S. Gi.i:nn last Monday at the Convention in his effort to explain away these Democratic hard times, had the heartfelt sympathy of tho entire congregation. Foim children weie left at home by their parents at Washington, lud., Monday, nntl when the former returned at night they louud the children dead. They had eaten Rough on Rats Tin: great argument ot those who placed Tom. S...

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. — 8 September 1893

7 ' ' n?-l' i J-1 LIHL1I.SJL Confidence Restored. The feeling of timidity that has proved so disastrous to commercial ventures is sure to be at an end whenever UNCERTAINTY IS OVERCOME And the public allows itself to feel assured that it can once more trust mankind, AVD INTB9B1T70F FR0MISE1S MMKTMNED. Meanwhile, owing to the unprecedented stringency in the money markets, cash is still WORTH ITS FULL VALUE Valuable and serviceable Goods that are on the shelves must be moved. FAIR BROS, ft CO., Thank their customers for the continued evidence of their faith in them, and beg leave to say that they propose to preserve their credit. In order to meet their obligations they must dispose of Even though they do so at a complete sacrifice of hoped-for . They offer their entire line of Summer goods at Cost. PAIE IBIROS. z CO. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. FRIDAY, SKPi'EMBEtto. 183I1. V. II. Williams I.KADS Mrs. C. L. Field is no letter Coafoilat'w. II. Williams. See the new lints at Carson & ...

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. — 8 September 1893

j., iij "n Hartford Republican FRIDAY, KITKMHKK -8, 18!13 lining Work on Tlmr. UOMIt ASM) I'AHM. Wcnrc familiar with no calling which demands better judgment or more prompt decision than that ol the fanner, and careful study and close observation covering n long period of years leads to the belicl that success depends more on correct judgment as to the best time to do the work of the farm, and the ability to do it at that lime, than any other one thing. This laculty ol correct judgment can be cultivated, and is acquired only by I those who put their minds Into their work, nnd make themselves familiar not only with the ptcsent condition of their ciops, but also with the ernl laws and condition of plant growth. This is perhaps one reason whv so few farmers ate successful who J begin fanning late in life, and try to farm by rule. No other man is called on so often to change his plan of operations as the farmer, for in no other calling are there so many exceptions to general rules, and ...

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. — 15 September 1893

fc r FAIRBANKS . CLAIRETTE SOAP i Owes its IT IS PURE, UNADULTERATED.ANDFOR RAPID Cleansing Power hasnoequal. IT IS INVALUABLE. IN rITCHEN & LAUNDRY. Sold by all Grocers. ecfaseibanic&co ST. LOUIS. 4kl 1 wonderful trent. In Mich a htato of clvlllznllonns ours, where merit Is Mire to lx nclcnon lodged, is It n wonder thu factory of Dr. Feuner is worked to its fullest capacity to Kiipplv tho medicines tluit nro called, after such acknowledgement? ns the following come, to bo known: Wm. Furfiuny, Stevens Station, Ind., writes: " Dr. Frnncr's Kidney and Backache Cure lies cured a man hero with kidney and bladder disease wham tho best pliy&IcMtis had given up. Ho is now well nud sound. It is regnrdoil here as a moit wonderful event. Ill i medicines arc all good and (Tiro great satisfaction." Kiiually certain in feinnlo rheumatism, blood diseases, headache, dropsy, heart disease, eta. Quarautccd to satMy or money refunded. Take homo a bottb to-day. ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR I. ra....

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. — 15 September 1893

Haptfotd Republican rausni etxxt jximT xoes&o. Mm. u. FRIDAY, aEPfEMBER 15. lS93ion neaneia.T nigoi. tie wai teen f tv, ...LChL.,, j Ir you want Tour man to get there, I I bare tbe tn oppose bim. ' The etpouttd the cause cf Jacola in tbe Louisville MaYoraltr race and as uual carae out second bet Affair? are growing mononto noui in Kentucky. Could not Gov. J Brown and ex-Governor Ikckuer bkin each other some more? The Democrau are beginning to realize that to administer the affairs of this goverumeut successfully requires more thao to merely "turn the weals out." If the Democratic party bad some body to successfully manage their financial and industrial questions aud let them fill the offices they would be passingly happy. The eople last November fell in with tbe Democratic idea that the country needed a change, and if ignn fail not they will still hold to that "changing" idea and demand another in '90 The judges appointed to decide on the work in the School Exhibit made their re...

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