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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 15 September 1893

. -1?' '.$" 'Tt 4i X ,v Ik w? r ) ' If, " 't u - I ', 2k Mi ifM viiinVwiriTi'i'i iitiaylwja.tjw,i,j1jgBtihrA Store that is not only attractive iu its fittings and in its goods but which is renowned Tor the politeness of it cm. ploycoa nud the liberality of its pro prictors cannot help being well pa. tronized by a BAND OF Fair lady customers and courtly gentlemen. Wo try to be liberal and certainly our employees are polite nnd pleasant. Our goods are of such n quality and variety that FAIR MAIDENS And stalwart youths, old men nnd matrons all flock in and buy from us because they know they will 'obtain everything from a pin to a silk dress AT Fair and reasonable price. FAIR 13. & CO., PROPRIETORS Hartford Temple of Fashion. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER l.",1893. Call on the new barbers. Trndc with Carson & Co. New fits lit Fair Hros. fc Co. New Ilats at Fair Hros. & Co See Carson & Co's. new neckties. New Clothing at Fair Hros. & Co. llring yoitrproduceto Carson & Co. New...

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. — 15 September 1893

! Hartford llepublioun FRIDAY, tfEPTEMHKR 15, 1803 THE DOG DIDN'T FORGET. The Book Agent round IhU Out nt I ho Cost ol nflnnrlrr. The man v is a bojfe ntr'nt, says the lloston Journal, -There was no use in denying, that. Any person in his right mind would have known that he was a book agent. His trousers were frayed out nt the bottom, his hat was knocked in nt the top, and where the nook agent was vainly endeavoring to conciliate the dog. He thrust both his hands deep into his empty pockets and drawled out: "For a quarter I'll call ofTthe dorg. " The book man must have made up his mind that the chances lor a sale at that particular house was extra good, for he drew out the fourth part of a dollar nnd handed it to the stranger. That individual carefully sounded it in his teeth, and, being convinced of its genuineness, he dropped it into his spacious pocket. Then drawing his slouch hat down over his eyes and turning up his coat collar, he assumed a highly dramatic attitude and in sten...

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. — 22 September 1893

t; n wnyMini'tyiwmi TllO liEPUULICAN The Kepubucan arid the Tie Harteobd Bepitblicar and tan, a leading both one year for only Sine, for only 2.00. $1.75. JO, S, ROGERS, Publish?, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PART? IN -THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, fir Annum, Id A.t.Ui. . yok vi. HAltTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1893. NO. 8. Your next weeks washing rHp trWfT' Will look whiter, will be cleaner and will be done with less la. bop if Clairette Soap 6 used. The clothes will smell sweetcrand will last longer. CLAIRETTE SOAP Is" pure, it cleans but does not injure It does ijot or chap the-hands. . ... MjJJJops uLeit. Do YgJfcf." i" N.K, FAIR BANK 8(C0., MJTS. ST. LOUIS. Utnnhe hat had a great dai. From -A early morn she chased tho Duck ami at dark brought lilm to bay in tho wy of tho Hut In tha chuse sho ran a thorn (lulto through her paw. It has been extracted. A bottlo of Dr. Fcimcr's . Golden Relief lias been poured Into bowl, and her paw dipped In It, bo that 'every part of tho woun...

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. — 22 September 1893

rf. feSfl Hartford llepublioan PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINO. JO. B. KfHIKR. fvlllor itn t Proprietor FRIDAY, dEPTEMBER 22, 1891 Next week is the Fair. It is the opportunity of a lifetime to hear the boy musician at ttie Court House to-night. So iar as we are Informed, do biiiU new house in Hartford is now running a bllml tiger, aud whoever attempts to set up one ngnlnsl the law find the will of the people should Ira frowned down. Mr. W. M. Awtry, the Republican nominee for Representative, is a good man well qualified for the position for which he has been nomiuated. He possesses the confidence of the jwoplc in a marked degree and will be elected. The people have a splendid oppor. tunitytoheara great humorist on next Thursday and Friday nights at the Court House here. Hon. 11. W. J. Ham is one of the great men ot the century, and you cannot afford to miss hearing him. The daily papers are continually giving accounts of daring and unsuccessful train robberies. This business is uo lo...

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. — 22 September 1893

K i faiE& '5' .'fa A. Store that is not only attractive iu its fittings uwllu its goods but which is renowned for the politeness of its em ployees and the liberality of ita pro prictors cannot help being well patronized by n BAXTD OF Fair lady customers and courtly gentlemen. We try to be liberal and certainly our employees are polite ami pleasant. Our goods are oi such n quality and vaiiety that FAIR MAIDENS And stalwart youths, old men and matrons all flock in and buy Irora us because they know they will obtain everything Irora a pin to a silk dress AT Fair and reasonable price. FAIR CI. & CO,, PROPRIETORS Hartford Temple of Fashion. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,1893. W. H. Williams I.1.ADS. Stop at the Hartford Hou.se next week. HAM WITHOUT HOC, AT THIS FAIR. Tracy &Son want your eggs, butter and chickens. A inc. ATTRACTION' HAM'S IJSCTURIS Dark Prints 5c. per yard at Fair Dros. & Co. largest line ot kid Glovei at Fair Bros. cS: Co. Newest clothing, Idlest styles nt Fair ...

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. — 22 September 1893

y Hhrtford Kepublicun FRIDAY, dEPfEVIBER 22, 1893 'YOU'VF, NTOI.KX MY HEART." BY (5K0R0K V. OALI?. You've stolen my licnrt; in a moment ungunnletl I glanced in those eyes, then the mischief was done; But the sweet thrill of pleasure that first look afforded, Repays me for all that I've lost you've won. You've stolen my heart and 'tis now in your keeping, Perhaps you would smile if my secret you knew, If you could but discover that waking or sleeping Sly poor heart's imprisoned, held captive by you. You've stolen my heart, yet I fear to reveal it, I suppose I am timid, true courage I lack: I can blame but myself, 1 allowed you to steal it, And I dare not complain, for you might give it back. To llnlnnii, ttrtillriiirn. amkuican hconomist. The Committee of Ways and Means has announced that it will receive hearings from manufacturers and all others who are interested in maintaining our existing tariff during a period of two weeks. One week has almost passed. We are informed on the very...

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. — 29 September 1893

i 4 V N .- The Habteobd Keptiblican! The Republican The Republican and the and a lending magazine, both one year for only for only $2.00. ,91.75. JO, B, ROCEP.S, Pn.liihH, OFFICIAL CRCAK OF TEE FAEI" IK THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. TERM. SMS Per Annum, In Adrince. VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1893. NO. 9. The great nnd of tht age. It Is not tho discovert of a medicine that will euro nil w0 I diseases, lnnio, sore or Aft nchinpv backs; ( that will cure all I femalo diseases, J- restoring Ameri- can woman phytteally to the high plan. In civilization she occupies intellectually, morally and oclolly, giving tono to her muscles, elasticity to her step, a glow of health to her check nnd sweetness to her deposition; nor that will purify tho blood, curing all skin eruptions, wrofula, rheumatism, dropsy," heart diseases, nnd nervous languor. No, that la not whnt is needed, for that Is already done. The medicine, has long been discovered. It Is Dr. Fcnncr's Kidney and B...

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. — 29 September 1893

y - i - Hartford Republican rUBMSIIKl) KVKIIY FltMUY MOHNINO. JO. It. ROUf.RN, Killlor nd rroprlflor FRIDAY, dElTEIUER2a, 1893 JILL HAS A SAY. "That little son of n saw log, the Hartford, Kentucky, Rr.i'unucAN, the Ohio county oracle of the g. o. p , which yawps out the silly lisp of the Huggs of Bugg alley that as how it was noratcd that he 'lowed the Courier-Journal was for Jacob, Jacob was beaten, is admonished that it is never .safe for country Jill to follow city Jack on any errand whatever, but least of all to the poisoned well of municipal politics. There arc things and things, and wheels inside of wheels, and all is not precisely what it seems. The Republican organ in Louisville is a good paper for Republicans to read, and we advise them to read it abundantly. But it is not a good source of trustworthy information touching Democratic politics and purposes, and when it ascribes to the Courier-Journal such awful deeds and dark conspiracies, and proves them by pictures dire, be...

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. — 29 September 1893

X 7 Fall Clothing. The condition of the mnrket makes it possible for us to say A FALL IN CLOTHING You can get just what you need at just about your own price. THERE NEAER WAS SUCH A TIME And we hope, in all sincerity, that there never will be such a time again. But we can't mend matters by we must BE UP AND DOING. The goods were ordered when everybody thought times were good. Our Stock Must Col So, if you can use a suit ancji of course you can't get through the winter in a summer blazer why OOMB IJST AND Tlx. Your xylols.. This means business from the word jump! FAIR BROS. & CO Hard times Clothiers. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2.1,1893. Visit Carson & Co. Hear Ham to-night. Celery at W. H. Williams. Try Carson & Co. for Clothing. Sec our 1 fats. Causon & Co. Ham to-night at the Court House. Buy your Furniture from Caison & Co. Novelties in Millinery at Fair Ilros. & Co. Farmers, try Stevens & Collins lor Groceries. Ifyou come to the Fair, visit & Co. Shoes for ...

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. — 29 September 1893

X "MMBTWipmgrary - - tmiiji Wi"--i A Hartford Republican FRIDAY, dEPPEMBEU 21), 1803 THE DEATH OF HAMLET. Ho sltcpa nt Iiwt, nml all tlio Rrlef That ulioolc his roul In ninnlinnil'a iirlma Is wafted llku some fmlol leaf Across tlio liorlon of time. llu.' slin.ll ollll)' mi) furcwoll To Mm wlioo olco In utlicr ili s Thrilled liumtin licartn us l- a spell Ami voii tlio Inccnw of thilr irnlcf Like somo iwrvntlo bliut (tint thnkct Tlio fairest bltmom'from llio trvo IstblsKrlm nimlcry tlint tnkra Life's twrfumo nml life's Hon 'r from tlice. Ami inn tlino lips Indeed bo dumb From nhlcli such golden words did fall. And is tlint prince- fliruro numb Tlint ) IfMs tlio purplo to tlio pall? Alas, 'tis sot Tlio prlnco Is dead Who shotted us Denmark's uiks nncT. Mar sweetest rest attend Ills bed And peace tlio ecntlo lienrt nnd truol Tlio lights arc out. tlio pin) Is o'er. His vol co Is hushed. In ery truth. His presence ne'er shall thrill us more, And Hamlet dies In EMw in HootM John E. Barrett...

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. — 6 October 1893

? i ' '. - l A. ' i .-, , ' J. ' W ... .. ..,.,.rrwrr. ,MBiliBfcia)iIMMiMlA.,..,tii .,- Y' " TllO REPUBLICAN '! llO itlU'UJlLTGAN and the Cosmopolitan, The HarthoP Republican. aiid Courier-Journal a leading magazine, bofh one year for on for only $2.00. ly $1.75. 'JO, B, -SOBERS; Fobliilitr, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PAETT IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Per Annnn, In Lima, VOL. VI. HARTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1893. NO. 10. w 'iff s It. - IP- 4 ; ' ! ( f v IsU - "Would yu .enow wiry vt pleasure Our faces so beamf Our Servants Jr Te'er grunible. if efcsJBSttS Is the cause of -p. For all sorts made only by MK.Pairbank t Tht true aotvil tiutundtd. Bridget bin her hind aeslnst tho stove and cries out with pain. Sho applies Dr. I'eqnert Golden Itellef and tho pain It pone. Johnny awoke In the, night screaming for the Pla In stumsch (he cherries lialbrouRtit on. A teaspocsf ul of 'the Ilcllef U Ktvm. Immediately, Johnny Is d naming. The tick mother, just returned from ber Southern...

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. — 6 October 1893

" "Hartford Republican ruBMsiiKi) nvr.nv fihday mousing. JO. II. ItOI'l'lt.N, . Ktlllor and rroprlHor FRIDAY, OCTOIlKll 6. REPUBLICAN TICKET. 'OK STMT. SKNATON, . N. TAVI.OII. Of Ohio County. roil RKI'HHSKNTATIVK, w. .11. AH ritv. l'on suit. 01' scnoow, '. .N. I'lTlll'MII. Tin: uncalled-for personal tlings nt the Itepublican nominee for Senator, Air. (J. d. Taylor, nrc too groundless to need or require any answer, and the pardon of our readers is even asked for bringing the subject belorc thorn. Tin: Kentucky lndurlrudit,n bright little Knights of Labor and Third Party paper, is to be issued at Beaver Dam. Kditor Worsley has already made arrangements to get out the first issue on next Thursday. Wc wish him a pleasant time with our people. Mit. W. M. Awtky has accepted the Republican nomination for Representative and will at once enter up on a canvass of the couuty. There is perhaps no man of any party in the county who possesses greater local strength than does Mr. Aw try, and he is...

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. — 6 October 1893

Iv&KK'',' "? ""' '5XV' y 1 ,l? '- fi V fo"W, . . f A . 'v ' F . feV" A-" ?4,'t tr I - , H UW r.' r & N 7' W :" fsr 5E" CJtP . t.t " , J .'WAvt 7 li wf irr ;'-"?,' ri tvA V? v Fall Clothing. - v A." The. condition of the market makes it possible for lis to say A FALL IN CLOTHING You can get just what you, need at just about your own price. THERE NEAER WAS SUCH A TIME And we hope, in all sincerity, that there never will be such a time again. But we ; can't mend matters by we must BE DP AND DOING. Tiie goods were ordered when everybody thought times were good. Our Stock Must Go! So, if you can use a suit and of course you can't got through the winter in a summer blazer why OOMEI IT" TxlaL YourFioli. This means business from the word jump! FAIR BROS. &C0 Hard times Clothiers. Friday, Octoiikk 6, 1893. W. H. WILLIAMS LKADS. Hoys nnd Girls Shoes at cost nt Kakn's. Sec the new style ol ladies Shoes at Kahn's at 3 our own price. Call amTsettle up with A. 1). White as he is in ne...

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. — 6 October 1893

ffif v " "?, ?SFr ' 'fry ' '" '"'- -n -..-1- rsir;,.'u..:i .":'' " i 'it ; s., v ' ? v '' J L tH'iJlii tliLW" JqHftwd Republican KlUDAY, QCTOUKR 0. LOVF. AND JUSTICE. ore tml Justice onmlitf both wandered awj From tht wni'i! to n, woodnS rrlriM. Iliiio jouinlswd tlicm, my friend? If ou lin o, now ntlcncl Totlialrttory. ulilcli 1 will rtiwat, Anil )uu nlw In turn will t lie rcno iillvcrn V1i It In that with ncltlur juii hntilJusttiO to lino sliowasfhymniloie "I am lints my way Imck I can't find." "Take my hand," wiM Invo bnlilt "I am hot, ) im nru cold. 1 can our wn) out If you'll mind." On tliu way dark as iltch both fell Into a the blind had tried lending thoMlmll Nelly U Drown In Kale I'leld'a Wiulilnfton. A GHOST OF THE PAST. Sir Robert Lislmni anil his wifo wcro not particularly Billy na nowly warricd couples go. For otio thing, Sir Robert was mid when you nro gravity comes. But ho wus very much in lovo with his young wifo. Ho handed her out of tlio f.imlly omnibus carefully, am...

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. — 13 October 1893

.; j, . , .,-' i,'''- - L-. fl J flh , h u fin '. - ? St ' Vj -, .j . . i , ' n-y'-.V, XTX Our life SOAP bliss: of cleaning comes ani88. by Co. St. Loiiis. GARDEN AND CRADLE. tVhen our babe be goetb walklnit In Mi garden, Around his UnkllnK feet tbe aunbesms play, Tlia poalea they aro tood to him And bow them aa they should to him, Aa farctb be upon his klnsly way. And btrdllngs of tbe wood to lilm Make raaalo, gentle rnuula, all the day, When our babe be goeth walking In Ms garden. When our babe hegoetbawlnglngln his cradle. Then tbe night It looketh ever sweetlyilown; The little atari are kind to him. The moon eho hath a mind to him And layeth on Ms head a golden crown! And alngeth then tho wind to blm A song, the emlle song of llethlcm to-n, Nhn our babe he goeth swinging In Ms cradle. Kugene Field in Chicago JASPER'S WOOING. jMper Greeno dismissed the driver when he reached tho wharf after crossing the Ottawa at-the Four Corners and I looked round for Dnoust to carry his baggage...

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. — 13 October 1893

mtJias!efi"XfZ$? KrelfiryiWWSWtatafciaT. "''' ""-11 HT..., Win tw tiiy piyw lll)llht"fl.f r A- Si Hartford Republican rUlIUSIIEI) KVEIIY 1'ItlIIAY MOHNINO. JO. n. KOIir.llS, Editor and Proprietor Friday, OcroniiR 13, 1S93. REPUBLICAN TICKET. TOR STATU SUNATOR, '. N. TA1 1.(111, Of Ohio County. rm Ri;i'nnsr.sTATivn, . M. AW THY. FOR SUIT. OP SCHOOLS, . N. FITZIIIUII. Our school interests will be zealously guarded and cared (or hy O. d. Filzhugh. C. 8. Taylok is well pastel on the needs of this people and as our State .Senator will represent us honestly. Lip E. Pike, one of the heat pro fessional hose ball players iu the country, died in New York last Tues day. C. S. Tayloii, V M. Aw try and G. S. Filzhugh are a strong team and will not be balked by the team that now confronts them. Is the Chattauooga City election last Tuesday the Democratic Mayor was elected by the small majority of 108 votes, and five out of eight Alderman that were elected were Republicans. Don't let the school in...

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. — 13 October 1893

; v fa" ftv , 1 c. 5 - I' 'ft- " . mt fSA BWTv.. V if Rmm i HP?' r "." . '$IA $&?. V' '. 1 V Fa ' " "f ' l , & -' ' r . ! hV J - n f, . . jeswii . ; ' v- )J-' JST. .. .- I Fall Clothing. " . The condition of the market makes it possible for us to say A FALL IN CLOTHING You can get just what you need at just about your own price. THERE NEVER WAS SUCH A TIME And we hope, in all ity, that there never will be such a, time again. But we can't mend matters by we must BE DP AND D0UJG. - The goods were ordered' when everybody thought times were good. Our Stock Must Gpl So, if you can use a suit and of course you can't get through the winter blazer why 0O3VL3E3 IPO" AJSTTD ToJLi. PlolS.. Thismeans business from . the word jump! FAIR BROS. &C0 Hard times Clothiers. Fkioav, OcToitr.n 13. 1893. Smoot for pictures I'lournti'l Meat at Williams'. See our Cloaks. Cahson & Co. Try Stevens & CollinsforGroceries. Duy your boots at Fair Bros. &Co. Stevens & Collins for Sweet...

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. — 13 October 1893

ELssMflMMlfl - w Uil.JUU' ir w a aH.miiBtiitiM'ilMl u i Ijwwa, j ii m.i. mf! h.i .aafctaar - fr f r," r7ffltBWt''ffy,Trtlrrwrt7' WftHMwumwiMNnrtiny n-i iiniffPfflwww Hartford Republican Fkiuav, Octobhr 13, 1893. THE LITTLE BROWN WREN. There's a little brown wron that has built lu our tree. And scarcely as big as ft bli bnmblebtc. She has hollowed a houso In the lipart of a limb And mado the walls tldjr and raadp the floor trim With the down of tho crow's foot, with .tow and with straw, The cczlcst dwelling that ever you saw. This little brown wren has tho brightest of eyes And a foot of a very dlmlnutlro alie. Her tall Is as trlff as the sail of a ship. Bhe's demure, though she walks with a hop and a skip. And her voice but a fluto wero moro fit than a pen To tell of tho volco of the little brown wren. One morning Sir Sparrow came sauntering by And cast on tho wren's houso an cnvloua oye. Willi a strut of bravado and tons of his head. "I'll put In my claim here," tho bold fellow sai...

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. — 20 October 1893

Ark"8Si" " .r ta It la as It , i ad r 6 t '" 'lh v j P 'Ho t , r .' ,i t i 1 , 1 V f (t1. "! ?rd cr Soft Wattr iljis'Soap worKs o well, that Wonw want NO OTHER n foiJt y Ms roim. Its been I great problem with .Dr. Fenncr not to bring hit Golden , , Relief to cur all- menu having so many different II Mi "noss names, but to to represent it aa that people would understand and believe It really U a spcclflo In one disease, vlr.t Inflammation. Hut that dlscaso bas o many f ortra and name. Thus t Ily Its ex tcrnal application It cures any toolhacho In ono minute. Any neuralgia or rheumatic ualn In one to cl(ht minutes. Any headache In I to 5 minutes. Any backache la 8 minutes. Cold sores on lips, one application. One drop cures an Indolent Any cut, bruise, burn or rheumatism It cures at once and without soreness or Can work with comfort-while tho wound rsw, Ily Its Internal uso, colic, or pain In stomach, 6 minutes. Dyspepsia, relief at once. Radical euro, follows. Diarrhoea, dysentery or...

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. — 20 October 1893

JT t -' i HjWii uy awpwy Hartford Republican runUBHKD KVEHY F1UDAY M0IUUS0. JO. B. KOMKKM, Editor rind Proprietor Friday, Octodkr ao, 1893. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOU STATK SENATOR, C. H. TAYLOR, Of Ohio County TOR RKPRK3KNTATIVU, w. n. AW TUT. for surr. or SCHOOLS, U. N. riTZIIVUII. Jack Frost has come ogam. Mr. W. M. Ainnv continues to grow in popularity. Hartford College and the Beaver Dam High School are both having a very proeperous year. At a primary election in Owcnobo ro last Monday Alex C. Torakins was nominated as the Democratic candidate for the Legislature. The campaign is warming up in old Muhlenburg and day by clay the majority for Dr. James, "Wal'' Lewis and Slade Taylor continues to grow beautifully larger. The Democratic party is a party of broken pledges. Young man.you cannot afford to give your vote and influence to wuch an organization. The recent victory of Vigilant over Valkyrie in the great yatch race is another example of our seeming man ifest destiny to excel th...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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