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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 20 October 1893

i . , r "r 1 ' ' If '" '" -v' ""'V- - r r - fc1 W-, if.' -' J I I i ,. , V:. J" .-. . :. V i7?, ,. i. tffe :4b i . ; . i ': Fall Clothing. '-'.. s 'The condition of the mnrket . r ;' .- makes it possible for us to ..:-' spy : 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 sincerity, that there never will be such a time again. But we can't mend matters by ining we must : . BE DP AND-DOING. The 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 get through the winter in a summer blazer why oomb iint 3Lrsri rPetlBLG Your X1o1jl. This means business from the word jump! ' FAIR BROS, &C0 Hard times Clothiers. i . Friday, Octoiirk jo, 1893. Sec our Cloaks. Cakson & Co. Duy the Anderson Wear-for-ever shoes for school. Carson & Co. The best display ot dress goods is at Carson & Co's. ' The best stock or Clothing...

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. — 20 October 1893

t.l, kr ixJt Iwj ti'k3wJ&&i0nieMwuwmamt tiTHM pwMwyjiPEJ y TJiyuimLiwjijwmmi hi hi, nj pwwwimwwjy mn uji nm www jm iyy' wi'iiw anyaa Hartford Republic Kkiuav, Octobku 20, 1893. MY NEIGHbOR'S BOY. He seems lo bo several boys In nnc, 80 much Is lio constantly cvciy where! And tlio mischievous thing I hut boy lifts dont No mind can remember nir mouth declare Io fill tho whole of his slinru f fpncj With his strung, strnlulit fuim mil I.U tactry face. Ho Is very cowardly, very hrm c; Ho Is kind and cruel. Rood nnd bad, A brute nnd a hero! Who will sate The best from tho worst of my nclghbor'1 lull Tho mean and the noblu strive toJnyi Which of the powers will have Its wayT Tho world Is needing his Blretiftth and bI.111. lie will make hearts happy or l.iako them ache. What power Is in him for cood or 111? Which of life's paths will his swift feet takel Will he rlso and draw others up to him, Or tho lltfht that lain him burn low and dlmT Jlut what Is my neighbor's tmy to me More tha...

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. — 27 October 1893

$&! "4- V wv and tho The Haetdrd Republican. and TllO UKL'UllLilCAN tan, a leading both one year for on ly $1.75. for only: $2.00. ' Jfi, l ROGERS, Fublifiher'. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF HE PARTY IMIE FOURTH CQH.RE5SI0M DISTRICT, Fer Amis, Id AdnneS. VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1893. NO.' 13; ftJust as oood rbe Croco- said, v proffering aootiiir brand. pure clairette soap V. SWbat we wanr. Iiave uouanu now on band r Vt'll ccrJaiplij fake noolbtr, wc use Add oil shrewd drakrs keep It. art a Ipm I 7af0 art dlfftrtnl. Chill could Justvms on a llttlo, unarmed band of American sallore, on ahore to mold scurfy, nd "astonish" them with bcrmlllury prowess. Hut when It camo to tlio American nation, tht iust.tha alow toangcr.uuttcrrlblo when aroused, Ukcik Ham wa thero and t hero wan no question , but what ho "wm In It." 1 1 Is worth something, I alter all, to bo an American Citizen, it means a ooon deal Tbfl a imo In truo ot Dr. Kcnner's Kidney nnd Ilackacho Cure. It means e cry ...

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. — 27 October 1893

I Hartford Republican rUULISIIED EVERY F1UUAY MORNING. " '- ' " ' JO. 11. itom:ittt, Editor fiml Proprietor Friday, Ocronim 27, 1893. REPUBLICAN TICKET. roR STATU SISNATOR, . H. TAYI.OK, Of Ohio County. tor RRrnnsKNTATiVR, V. . JI. AWTKY. FOR SUrT. OF SCHOOLS, ). H. I1T7.1UUH. KnonoANizn your Republican Club. What tiro you doing for the Republican ticket? Tun Republican ticket is a strong ono wortliy of nuy man's vote anil influence. BnAVRit Dam is ahead ot us on the brick walk question. When do we expect to niako up? Tun Democrats slowly but surely aro coming over to tho Republican iaea of sound money. Boon wo can say Senator Taylor, Representative Awtry and Superin. tendent Fitzhugh, nnd by the way, quite pleasant expressions all of them. Tjik Democrats with a clean in the Senate cannot oven get a vote on tho repeal bill although championed by the Administration. No Republican should stand idlo during this fight. Let every ono who Jeels an interest consider himself n committee of ...

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. — 27 October 1893

.4. '.4 , . V -T . i N k 5- I vJP i' ,J'Y . ! ' . " J ' :-:M' v - 't W'f ' HterfSv '3fc . ,'v- 7? ' '?.s, " ' , ;, : 1 1 " -'- .J" i VSLr .-. 'v. .Nr :v . M ., H aBavsSiiiie THAT BY -Au Plain Statera.ent; - WE SHALL GIVE rxiTDllolt;y, Grreatr Satislaotion, 3rjrGEtt&jr "Xra,TcL&, Bargains, -AND YOU A DOLLAR NOW AND THEN. Fall Goods in Dress Patterns, Cloak, Wraps and General Lines. FAIR BROS, ft CO Tt. "r Cora to Hartford TO SEE THE mfrnj . V , SPRING OPENING OF C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. He will bavo you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60.00 up to 175.00. The Davis Carriage Company has the reputation of building the best Buggy for the money of any Factory in Cincinnati. So come and judge for yourself. $37.50 SOUTHERN hi i it poulblc a Top Buggy with Silver - Hub Hands and Shaft O 13 o as Write for our New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. Auorcsi THE SOUTHERN BUGGY 00. . CIN...

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. — 27 October 1893

' .' Jl Tf -IV 'J' ; ' k: wn wiiiii ii r i "ininw i m maa.r;4S3 r '.'ii ' ' : '---ft. v rr i Hartford Hepublican OCTOUHIl 2J, 1893. THE BEAUTEOUS BEGINNER. ElioMni ilsnll sArclnml tremulous llrforc our rml'licil gli:lit. In (lnlhly enrb.'a tlslon fair Of jouth nml loiitjf brlslit. A I Ibbonril rssiiy In her band , blio trembling liolcln nml rends Hi tnge reflections ns In wl.at Humanity most needs. 8I10 Is so fair, no snect, so puro, As wo behold licr tlicro, Tlint who of us hears hat sho Burs, Or who of us can rare It all bcrthouKlitsnronll licrown Or taken from winio Iwok, Or If her practical mnmiim lias taught her how to coolr Somervlllo Journal. TIIE RED RIBBON. Undo Fred was simply a very nice fellow whoso nauio wiw Frederick Bar-rots. Ho was of n good disposition. That could bo read on his youthful face, such n youthful faco that on Boeing the narrow red ribbon in his buttonhole people EOinutitiics asked him for his story. And he, to nvold tho embarrassment felt in speaking of...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 3 November 1893

't The fcEPUBLIOAN The Repudlicax and tlio Cosmopolitan, The Haetdrd Republican. and Courier-Journal a leading magazine, both one year for only for only $2.00. $1.75. jo. b. mm, hm. official organ or THE fart? in the fourth congressional district, TERMS $1.25 Per Annum, la Adranci. VOL. Yl. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1893. NO. 14. taiMtej JwubC Loots jfontrWMUi "IfithttvpiiUyaJ a Doctor." It Is said, when Dr. Fanner as aerts Mi Golden Itc llef cure InBamma. Hon in any form and as wtU when rlr.a In & drop doses on a lump of sugsr one In X hours In sore-throat, uKj nil consumption, bronchitis u when sppJIed ex In fresh cnta. V .' A tUPJ I bruises and bursa. "lie is trying w fei VI for himself tha hard v'"I?ifai'"5ft earned money of las neonls." nnrom. Ue Impossibilities." "lit is trying to play nil wily trick upon tha unfortunatt poor." "Ha minks the boh amnion will wlii." "Ila would proQt out of the mlafortunei of tha weak and afflicted." "Ha know, tha dread of tha rrar.....

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 3 November 1893

Hartford Eopublican rCpMSIIED F.VERY FHIDAY MORNING. JO. B. K041ERM, . Editor and Proprietor Friday, Novmmuur 3, 1895. REPUBLICAN TICKET. I-OR STATB SKNATOR, V. N. TAYI.OK, Of Ohio County. TOR RIU'RKsnNTATlVR, W. M. AWTRV. FOR SUIT. OP SCHOOLS, . H. FITZIIUtill. t " HURK'SOUR KAGLIJ. P01.T.8 cloee at 4 o'clock. Oui Butler will roll up her usual majority Tuesday. Stamp your ballot just under the eagle inside the same square. Votk for Taylor, A wtry and by stamping your ballot under the eagle. What precinct will do the best work for tho Repulxicuu ticket next Tuesday? Try to make it your precinct. Votk tho straight Republican ticket by stamping your ballot immediately under the eagle in the same square. Dr. A. D. James will be returned to tho Legislature from old Muhlenberg next Tuesday by an increased majority. The name of the next Representative from Ohio county is V. M. Aw-try if the Republicans turn out, otherwise it is Tom JelfSmith. Look at the deplorable condition of the countr...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 3 November 1893

-- ? .. kV.' r ft Vsv ' .vi: fc r: Jf- , ". 1 . . : 'i hf T V if' Wffifr sop.? t ii A' ' ' f" V, ,t ',iv.i,; ;'J'it'i' y "X7" Believe THAT BY .A. Plain ent, -A. Fifilxa. StcttezTLexxi;, j3l Pleiln. Sale, WE SHALL GIVE Greater 8atiiaotlon, C3r2ra,tr Value, Greater Bargains, AND SAYE YOU k DOLLAR NOW AND THEN. Fall Goods- in Dress Patterns, Cloak0, Wraps and General Lines. FrtlRBROS.&CO " CPENCEBiANSf HBw Ths frrait nraattcal TimlnMii TrmtnAiir. and Rhorthand College. Thoy jrlTa a pamiport to liunluosa und aurueu. Cfttalnuuo free. Knot Pres't, J. V. JfUh, Boo'y. Address Sponcerlau College at Louisville, Ky., Owenabora, Ky., or Evansvllle, Ind. Friday, Novrmijrr 3, 1893. Carson & Co. lead, W. II. WJLLIAMS LHADS. New Clothing at Carson &jCo.'s. Buy your Clothing at Carson &Co. For a good road wagon call on C. L. Field. Try the 1.00 ladies' Shoes at Carson & Co's. GKOCKRIUS at Stevens & Collins. More new Millinery Goods to-day, at.Carson &Co's. Sec the new sto...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 3 November 1893

Hartford Republican Friday, NoviiMiutu 3, 1893. A BRIGAND LOVliR. Wliy do you look lit infl so, flormslncf Why Is tlint iiUre In jour cirnful eyfsf Troubles we roust lmvc, )ou know, Oermntoog Tliin ) ou'ro a fool to lot temper rise. Wliat though your hair bo a ;rown of (Mat, Need you cnklndlo my linte lo fire? I love lierl Yes, fttiil tliftt's by she came, 80 you may stlllo Jour futile Ire. Deep lire lier eyes M the dusk, Ucrinnlne, Ilccp ns tbo ilnsk Btnl of mournful brown, Smiles like Ilia fnlntness nf musk, Ucrmalne, Ilrows liko a queen's, but too soft lo frown. After your paiulonato Icnoiunl bate, Sweet, full sweet, will her mildness be. Like roollns winds when the day dies Into, I.lko harbor after a stormy sea. There, will you never bo still, Oermalnef Strange that J ou'ro woman enough to cry. What! )ou would strike mo to kill, Ucrmalne? Tasto my good blado for dlel Hero ) 0 arc, men, with tho other one. Yes, dead Is (lermalno, as e see. Thcro wasn't room enough 'nratli tho sun...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 10 November 1893

. Hi mr. V I. Q; '.' and Tile tlio Republican Cosmopolitan, The Habtded Bepitblicm. and The Courier-Journal Repuulioajt a leading magazine, both one year for only for only $2.00. $1.75. JO, B, R0SER3, Fubliiher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TEE TEE FOU&TH CONORISSIOKAL DISTRICT. TERMS S1.25 Per Annum, In Adnnei. VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1893. NO. 15. TKE(giDEf4 Rule kJ f i W Wk In n 'a i a -v KioM r. i 111 ;."ibauii iynviK i . -. - KM ' ' JbOjW lnrJL Jiffc3IZ!Il3J y" Vv jfrUtrttMjfl I j Mamma Uses j, JU fit clothes u taw too- ' I tfOiiirtifarra) Aj Momma Boe5foyou! USE aAIR ETIE SOAP aptr,oift)rg. Mi BttaUhw In lit amrtaeX. Too often, when th ltutlon bocoinm fully known. It U too late. That If true ot Kidney Disease. A little soreness a llttl. lamene of las back. Three excllo no usrlclon. Huddenly acuta symptoms supcrrcne .nil death ensues. It la Ilka toe fatal spring of tho wolf. Lelu reason together a II t tie. I. On the sllftht.nt symptom why not uaa Dr. Fenner'a Kid...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 10 November 1893

wammmmmmmmmm " P ' 'r,SiB(jWyipp'r " ' T ' "J H r V H fe ! Hartford Republican rUni.lBUKU KVKKY FRIDAY HORMINO. JO. II. lllMiRRN, Ritllor ii ml Proprietor Friday, N'ovkmiikr io, 1893. Givk us back the morning mail. Good morning, Senator Taylor. Btrrxui county went Republican. Tayix)k is a runner from way back. What has gone with Tom Smith's old time majorities? WiiirrAKEit ha the appearance of being very badly Tay lured. The race iu Grayson county was the closest in a number of years. Whatever Ohio county lacked Ohio State made up a thousand fold. Had this been a Presidential year the country would have gone almost as solidly Republican as it did Democratic last year. McKini.ey was re-elected Governor ol Ohio by 80,000 majority. He will no doubt be the Republican can didate for President in 1896. The corrupt Judge Maynard.whom the Democrats attempted to foist tip-on the people of New York was overwhelmingly defeated. Mr. P. W. Pirtle, against overwhelming odds, made a strong fight. ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 10 November 1893

Eft i - 4 1 ' t J- I V V : -hi Ml " i -' "A - r i. W' ' " i If 'Xt? 1 . .'I Am'. Casebier & Burton's trains. Freshest Collins. Go to Carson & in their line. nuiciii'iiiiii"" xiiiaft 'TTvT'e 33liv"e THAT BY .A. Fletlia. iBtatom exit, . APlaln arK., .A. Eletli3L Seile, WE SHALL GIVE Greater DPnTDlloity, Goreatex Scalar, taction, Grreater Value, Bargains, AND SAVlB YOU A DOLLAR NOW AND THEN. Fall Goods in Dress Patterns, Cloaks Wraps and General Lines. FAIR BROS, ft CO ;ai"t 1 1 i jT''EgTcj' f CPENCESM 'bus meets the Groceries at Stevens & New things in veilings atFairBros. &Co's. Great bargains in Cloaks at Fair Bros. &Co.'s Co. for anything Best stock ol ribbons in Ohio county at Fair Bros. & Co. Call at Stevens & Collins and see their new stock of groceries. Call on us for groceries. Cahson & Co. Fair Bros, & Co. carry the line of gloves. Buy from them only, NKW CURRANTS, DRIED AP-PLUS, etc., at Stevens & Collins. Ourclothtngroom is full ol 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. — 10 November 1893

m(ta4RiMiili4Mi ""W kvt 1- v Hartford Rep ubli can FlUDAY, Novkmiikii lo, 1803. I WANT TO KNOW. Olio 'lino from way don n cast, they said, Anil 'iclirj IntrcxluccJ slio led He litre to recillnliUe Tlieclt)'s i liases up loilnlo. And when my full directory I liml retailed idic said to rao "I wont to know" I told hr everything I knew Tlmt worthy was of Interview; Retailed to her each chopping mart, The homes of drama, music, art, Tho drives, menageries nnd parks. Dcrlbl with eloquent remarks Tho watering places roundabout, Knthuncd o'er each excursion route, Talked till. In fact, my tonguo grow weak, Then heard ncaln In accents mck "I want to knoHf" Angels of mere) t Had I then Obcj ed tho ImpulFO born of men And w llh warm maledictions hurled That spinster to tho low er w orld From open window whero I sat. Would not the gods npproml of that? I want to know? Boston Courier. TIIE B00MII0USE MAN. What appeals to tno ns my most experience ns n writer occurred n winter or two ngo in a lit...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 17 November 1893

i' STILL LIGHTING! VICTORY 18 The house that defies competition and I.OVK AND HATE. BY NIGHT OWL. Oh, I will tell yon of a fellow, Of a fellow I have seen; Who is neither white nor yellow, But is altogether green, But his name, it is enchanting, For he is only common Bill; And he wishes uie to wed him, But I hardly think I will. He has told me of a cottage Of a cottage among the trees; And don't you think the yankee Tumbled down upon his knees. While the tears the creature wasted, Was enough to turn a mill; And he begs me to accept hint, But I hardly think 1 will. Oh, he whispered of devotion, 01 devotion pure and deep, And it seems so very silly That I almost fell asleep. He was here last night to see mc, And he made so long a stay, That I begun to think the blockhead Never meant to go awny. At first I learned to hate him, And I know I hate him still; Yet he urges me to wed him, And I hardly think I will. I am sure I would not choose him, For the very deuce is in it; And he says if...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 17 November 1893

St 4?B1MCjS II llJIMlkJlfllffflW HffilJ "1 . H'U'Uoa'd llopublioau i" . imir.ii i:vi:r.Y fmday moiinino. Jt. i:. i:;)Uf.::s. - E.lilor an.1 Proprietor iV.nw. XovKMnitn 17, 1893. When you've got n thing- to say ,Say it. Don't t.ikc half a day. 'Viien your tale's got nothing in it, Crowd the whole tiling in a minute. Lite is short .1 110611115 vapor Don. tyoufillthcwholc blamed paper With a talc which at a pinch, Could lis crowded into an inch. Itoil her down until she simmers; Polish her until she glimmers When yo'e got a thing to say, Say it. Don.t take hall a day. W iu.Omiiii, ot the tragedy, is being tried at Mor ganlielil this week At Tcriicr, Ark., .Monday night, a mob of negroes took D. T. Nelson, a negro murderer, from jail and after (hooting him burned his bod v. Mi:. 1Ii:.niiy HttAitx, tho wile of n niedicul student is in jail 10 Louisville charged with receiving stolen gonds. iShe 13 from Indiana and is well connected. (low McKixi.ky's exact majority in the State ol Ohio 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. — 17 November 1893

.u 1? : t v Met ? A?k && M 5tte '.- j&: V K rV 1' K A ' . -' '-. C fc i .1 6vV"V' E-. - 1 jmtAiWJ&&& tnaaL.c r.j' : YOU HAVE " '-. , "v VArid those two Shoes, for the made on a bare WE HAVE Siloes That will tit your two feet and make them comfortable. They are good shoes. The PRICE FITS Exactly in accordance time and price you any grade you desire, that THE SHOES FIT YOUR FEET So, this being a mutua1 matter, we ought to trade. FAIR BROS. & GO :e3i.e:ilij3,i?,03R.s HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. s PEP Tho irroiu practical lluslnoss ColleceH. ThiiT ulvo n niuuroort Eno Bpflncer, rros't, J. F. JTUh, Boc'y. Addres Bpancorlan Cnlletro at Louisville. Ky., Owensboro, Ky., or Evansvlllo, Ind. Friday, November 17, 1893. Carson & Co. lead. Circuit Court Monday. Sec fie Kid Gloves at Carson &Co. Buy your neckwear of Carson &Co. See the Clothing nt Cai son & Co's. The 30th ol this month is Thanksgiving Day. If you want the latest Nove't ies.see Carson &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. — 17 November 1893

?S?!5n5?wv P'F'rTwF VW$pH vmmmiminm &!$'$Ft vrwim ; -- KSV i T 3 V e- Hartiord Republican I'iudav. NovKMium 17, 1893. A BURIED TREASURE. ItsIIlding Piaco Kcowu to OnlyOno Man. llimU of i:nliiliil A ill I'd In llii ViiIiip orXriirt.1 Inn .Ittlltnii lloN Inrn Nnlil.y lt ocd In llin It Hilly ofllip 'Jmtii il I'lntn. COMIKN PAYS SotncwUcr: no ir the town nf Li Plata, in the Argentine Republic, thctc lies tiu ritil Bank of England notes to the v.ilueof $1,750,0 .o.but no j)erson has yet been fortunate cnoiigh to find them Here is how they came to be hidden: When the revolution broke out in Chili, 1're.sldent II ilinacid.i thought it would be ft good thing to have a better navy. 0 he coiintiKsiioned a Iriend, Col Pinto, to go to England and purclnsc, if possible, two f.it cruisers, man them with picked crews mill then ben I them to Valparaiso He was given bills oi exchange to the amount of $1,7,11,0000:1 .evertl London banks to pay for the vessels. Pinto took parage at Valparaiso in a...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 24 November 1893

- MUMiMto iHHialaWla ilf. nil IHMinWWiilrtil 1 1 i Mwy r ii itri sM K- and The the REPUBLICAN Cosmopolitan, The HAETroe Bepublkm. and The Republican a leading magazine, both $1.75. one year for only for only $2.00. CH3 'JO, B, ROGERS, Publisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TBE PARTY IK THE FOURTH CONQRESHL NSTRI.T, TERMS S1.25 Per hum In Adnnci. VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1893. NO. 17. "LI rf K . i? I 1 -1' rt ' '. K :L 4 rv K 4, A Hi mT&itt" X. IItI 'V m VSvy69"'1 ?rfc Ortreomi tv Off vnfortiH. Tha man with kidney disease ma y flrst apply (or relief from drojny or sliln eruptions, or fh woman with kidney disease, orfemale weakness nay flnt arply (or treatment (or lamo back or fnllnrss about the eyes, or moth on tho (ace. Pcoplo ortcn find themselves In the situation so aptly figured by tbe Hon. John Allen of Miss , tb. lt of tha 51st Congress. Hero Is ted rhyme, " let fly" on tbe Boor of tb. IIoum to the treat amusement of that body. " There's TVanny run. tbo post efflo...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 24 November 1893

'I X Hartford Republican runusnnD Kvnnv friday mousing. JO. II. nofir.r.N. Kdltnrand Proprietor Friday, NovtiMnnn 24, 1893. Thr Hartford nml Uosino MngiMc rial District 'lynchers' Association meet to morrow at Beaver Dam and Rosino respectively. The progressive teachers will bo in attendance. Althouoh only loui tenchcrs out of cloven wero in attendanco at the Cromwell Teachers' Association nt Union last Saturday, it was a marked success. The next meeting is to bo held at Cromwell, audit is hoped a larger uumher of teachers will be in attendanco. In view of tho recent di'cneiinn of the road question over tho State aud the growing and seemingly almost uuiversal verdict in favor of road working by taxation, it will doubtless bo quito asurpriso to many to know that Ohio county's Representative elect is opposed to such a system. Tun Nashville Ikpublimiit is a new paper published in Tcnncsseo's capital city. It is 0110 of tho brightest and clearest sheets published any wherointhe country ...

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