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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 24 November 1893

MtUittlfn"tniJiAmrmtmmmmMiiht& i Mi MrfWMW" , f rff Wil i H.ifirtlgMK.T. fciJWIWUfc . m ..) . - l ? J .'i fcV CES3K: J" - "TV" ' Kj. '' ' ; ' '.'.y - '?. . " 'V rxjr i. ,,ir jr - 71. A .. '.Ji... 7'V 1i I SV. T wi ' '1d M i AT YOU HAVE And those tTf o feet must have Shoes, for the weather wasn't made on a bare footed plan. r WE HAVE TwpBh.oes That will fit your two feet and make them comfortable. They arc good shoes. The PRICE FITS YOUR PURSE Exactly in accordance with the time and price you wish ' and any grade you desire. W e know that THE SHOES PIT TOUR FEET So, this being a mutual matter, we" ought to trade. FAIR BROS, ft CO HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. CPENC Vh trttt retloi Unriaew 1BBBBBLbbbY nii.tn. Th.T clvo ft ruxiwrl to IiMlMittr, Pr't, J. jr. JUh, Lou1vlll, Ky., Owensboro, Ky., or Evsnsvnie, ina. Friday, NovnMimn i4, 1893. Cron A; Co. lend.-Hanry Nail for your fcad. Tinware at Tracy & Son's. So to Hall's for your mot. 17. H. WILLIAMS LEADS. Best Jeans pants at Pair...

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. — 24 November 1893

; ft" 1 Hartford- Republican Friday, NovKMium 24, 1S93. TilC VAYS OF PnOVIDENCE. Whit tlm trnul 'long llio pathway Of llils rrohu lion Inn Wo meet with circumstances Tlmt we f.ill to umlfrslnn. Somo men we rco fly up'ards. On tlio nines of fortune monntln, WI1II0 1'rovMcnco keeps others, Better fur, forever ettinJIn In tlio nihil t of tribulation, On tlio lows' earthly l&nuln In n way that, think our best, Reaches over Ml nccountln. 'l" Ev'ry day we meet w ItU Dlvos, Full o' wlckelnes an mlirhU v Oppresln some poor Lazarns ir At mornln, noon an night. ( Yet lie's clad In gorgeous pnrplo An the fines' kind o' linen, YVlillo tils nrs ho closes tight To tlio liegjur's piteous pleadln, An keeps ruldln to his treasure, Fotnlglnynnoxcecilln, , Till It teems as If Ills power x. IIal no cnilln or beglnnln. An If this world wo're placed la Was the final en of llln. An nftor death to mortals No futur' etnto was Riven, We'd be right In thlnkln Providence Had missed Its calculations. Butw'c...

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 December 1893

,y -V i '.. '.''3 Vj ! mf ifcwntlf E' Miwny"11"'" T?r ifi . , . If 'i tii - - r l 'i' I The Republican The Republican and the Cosmopolitan, Republican. andx a leading magazine, both one year for on- for only $2.00. ly $1.75. JO, S, ROBERS, Fubliiher. OFFICIAL OKMI OF TOE PART? IN TEE FOURTH CONCESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERMS $1.25 fir Annua, Is Limn, VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1893. NO. 18. B trtr"H y iroiio hcdicuk rn., -i.'i... B W i mi. ) 11 I i ,. jRETTE ESJNQTMEMAttE 'orpurc 'FOR IT WAS 'FAIL TO $0W .. A BBBB.BJBk A V THIS TAInBAJIIVO 15 77IE BEST. OtmClOTfES SHELL 5WBET,0WllNN5KTNli & 7WE HOUSE (S CLEAN AND filNCHT WD WONMR RlBMNKi CLAIRETTE SOAP , FILLS HOVHflflDS WiTH DELIGHT, CjaiRBANK CO ST. LOUIS. t?" JfreA MetioAi enj dlfUJMM fcaT. M. &SNkj ourr4 aaonr efe. r rood am u.e win. The lubj.it kM been Dr. Tamer'. Qoldea XlUft. A n It curt to Bltaj dla.BC.B, T.ltna aW h. . .k t vajaeeuaa wwm aiDMI B eaye tfc. 1UI h loaf. an It'i a lon war from a core" to a "p...

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 December 1893

1 M. "I r; j' Ss -.1 i i Ui X , ' py f Hartford Eepublican rUDLlHUKU EVERY FIUDA.Y MOKNINO, JO. II. KOUKItN, Editor ftrol Proprietor FlUDAY. DKCRMBKR I, 1 893. ' Rev. T. De Witt Talmaok, tho great Brooklyn preacher, will lecture in Owensboro on tho iust. The schools of tho county aro in a very flourisihng condition. There is n deeper interest manifested than over before, both on tho part of teachers, pupils and patrons. Tho attendance is unusually largo and taking all in all this is perhaps the moat successful school year in tho whole history of our county schools. Ibiaiauuoin a great part to the fact that Ohiocounty posscses a corpso of teachers who are considerably inadvuueeof tho average teacher. This is tho banner school county in this part of tho Ntntc. A pkculiak occurrence happened at the funeral of a lady at Roccster, Pa., last week. The grave was dug by a man by the nnmo of Fish, and it was necessary for him to go in advance of the funeral procession to arrange the box in p...

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 December 1893

if.' . f,, - ft rtri ' r 'jias ym . : .. . r' ' v v.. . , , ,vt 1 ! V V, Sft V!k? " "" it W v "38 J&:. ' 2 .: ;. -- "' T. .'..if ?S?':t lk" i,".y ;;? titr C'flSJRW' ' V?. .'Mt"li k f3i:''l''',,'',:'' 4&lwK " YOU HAVE TWO FEET . those two feet must have Shoes, for the weather wasn't made on a bare footed plan. WE HAVE That will iit your two feet and make them comfortable. They are good shoes. The PRICE FITS YOUR PURSE Exactly in accordance with the time and price you wish and any grade you desire. W e know that THE SHOES FIT VOUR FEET So, this being a mutual matter,we ought.to trade. FAIR BROS, ft GO 5 PENOEgAN Fkiday, Dhckmiiuk a4, 1893. lo to Hall's lor your meat. W. H. WILLIAMS LEADS. Best linscy nt Fair Bros. & Co's. Eggs and DutterutW. Il.Williams.' Fresh bread constantly on hand at nir. 1 - Klegant undci wear nt Kulr Bros. & Co's- Gen. Sam H. Hill, oi Lexington; is town. Fine line of neckwear at Fair Bros. &-Co's. Give S. O. P. Hall a call when you want meat...

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 December 1893

' v lwf la f, i i r H-V mt Hartford Kepublican FRtDAY, DliCKMIWR t, 1893. BIDDING OOODBY TO HIS OWN BODY. Farewell, dear Lwlyl I havo thrilled you tlirouyh Willi nil tlio loo tlint nnccls ever Lnewl Sometime with towering rage and mischief rpltri That wourl drlvo l.uclfer out of paradlsel Sometime Itli kindred spirit e lia 0 met In Muli impolum that I can't forget! How ran no part? Alasl I cannot stay. Ilirocndf the long, sweet, sad, delightful way. 1 mourn for you. I feel sensation creep 1 hat would to tears, but spirits do not weep. How have I bathed, protected, petted )ou. With constant care your lightest wish to dol What heavenly beauty I have known In you, Tlioso shapely limbs, with bright blood mantling through, The supreme air of heavenly forms above. Bright Image of our God, whoso namo Is love! The .Master callcth met 1 must fulfill M destined courso and meet his holy will. AH aching, full of love, dear form, I tell ThoiiMtlnghourlscomo. Sweet clay, farewell! Now I nrlso nbo...

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 December 1893

--. . --.T ' f I' "fY" -4 'i'"i irn"m 1 J inl"'"t . , mlf ij.i.ii"wP')''JV'3tn''' .,.. "f 111 iVi'"""!' ! mi hi M"n t' ' 'i?! 1 3 tAi mi n mH vf ' 'WT"? y - I: "', Tire Republican rPhe REPtTBLlOAlf '. v7and the Cosmopoli- The Haeteobd Republican. and il r tan, a leading both one year for on-. I ' ziiie, for only $2.00. ly $1.75. Ch JJtstii JO, I. R0QER5, OFFICIAL QRBAH OF TEE PARTY, IK THE FOURTH CQME55IQM DISTRICT, hi Annan, h Aimii, , tan- VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FUlDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1893. NO. 19. !6 r C - 0 h trt - V , t.t r m V t f ro x ' -l 'vr IW n r" j. -.1 iW, .J IAT1 ' ia firr' I v " .M illrMCT.r JRlEE .i j Bfirr i Mi Vk. IIJI I1 M 9k J yijL" CLAIRETTE SOAP IS THE BEST FOR EVERY HOUSEHOLD USE. ALL GROCERS KEEP IT. yvpt ONLY BY N.K.FAIRBANK&CO. WZ U JfeiCi( " $& 7fl tterntr and more molting phes of llfo are subdued and the higher tjnalitiea of friendship and lore obtain on the yielding of human suffering and the restoration of health, strength and contentment. The fol...

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 December 1893

V f4 .ft. t II namora .ivLpuuijmu rUnUSIIED EVKIIY FRIDAY MOItNINO. JO. II. KOUKKNt" Kdltornd Proprietor Friday. Drcbmdru 8, 1893. ANNOUNCEMENTS. r!t AN.NKKNOH, Wit ARI5 AUTItORIZISD TO ANNOUN'CR DimL. Miu.hr As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio county, subject to thc action of the Democratic party- - Ccnore83 convened Monday at 12 o'clock. Prenderqrast, tho slayer of Mayor Harrison, is being tried in Chicago. Tjik types made us speak of tho teachers of the County, last week as a "corpse." Now, thoy are uot a corpse in any sense of the word, or if so they aro a mighty "lively corpse." In the'mining distticts ot Michigan over 12,000 people, who aro out of employment, are suflering from hunger and cold. Tho Governor has been asked for aid. Last year the peoplo were self '(sustaining. J. J. Van Allen, bought the appointment of Ambassador to Italy by contributing $50,000 to tho Cleveland campaign, has resigned the appoint ment, after receiving the just condemnation of all good people. Th...

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 December 1893

r 'I j 4 -- v4 iT" -. - . wr V -3. L.rV' . WwSS AX , - & WO ?rf k V - J - wirn L. j )mw itjimmw pDMMMSp N 1 ! jit" V 1? GORGEOUS LS THE ONLY WORD THAT CAN EXPRESS FAR BROS. Messrt. Shelby Taylor, of Beaver Dam, nnd W. H. Barnes,of this place, were admitted to .the bar here at the last term of court. Mr. Taylor is a splendid young man, and is. very popular, having been In the business at Beaver Dam for several years- He is now attending law school in Louisville. Mr. .Barnes is a successful teacher of the at Hartford College a few years ago, where he won the prize in the Oratorical- Contest." AVe wish;, them much success. 6 IMMENSE DISPLAY OF CELERY, CURRANTS, PRUNES, RAISINS and MINCE MEAT all NEW can be found at Tracy & Ron's. Call on C. R. Martin for nice Xmas goods. He will have a beautiful lot of new goods In a few days. Wait Miss Collins, our Milliner, is always on hand, ready and willing to tell you just what will suit you in a Hat.t Carson & Co. We head our announc...

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 December 1893

f . , n Ti . ? - ' - 'I , -v "' ' "' ' "'. tA. - '. V "" ' " i "" -.- jp Hartford Republican Friday, Dkckmiikr 8, 1893. THE BICYCLE GIRL. TIic blujclo (,'lrl la plump ami mum), Her checks nro rnsy, licr skin Is hrowncd, llcr 0) cs iro bright Itli health. n licr modest kowii nf nvy blue, Bho gets nil lhaadmlrntinn tluo Ton w Oman's crcnlrot wraith. Her (lcsh la linn nnd Iter mnclesMrnn2, llcr rounded limb mlKht.ucll belong To a eoddcu of olden time. As alio glides nloiur on licrsllent wheel All men Admire, for nil men feel That her Igor la aubllmo. Then linll to the bicycle clrl.Knd long Hay alio lUo and grow mora atrong, Aan noman ought to do. Till her weaker sinters alo try With her In her health and her strength to vie, And got them blej clcs loo. Toronto MalL GOODBY. Tlio two friends bnd finished their dinner. From tho windows of tlio enfo thoy overlooked tho boulcvnrd, which at this hour wna crowded with peoplo. Tho soft breezes that sweep through tho streets of Paris on wnrtn s...

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 December 1893

V ia" I - fcfc i. Vtr it.. r V 7,-v ,, . .vrrir . r.jWY'.itr i r i I rr i f if ' St i m i,t v and Tho tho" Republican Cosmopolitan, The Haeteord Bepublicae and The Courier-Journal Rei'UBLICAN ii n a leading magazine, both one year for on- F $1.75. , for only $2.00. ly JO, B, ROGERS, Publisher. OFFICIAL OP.DAK OF THE 'PARTY IK IRE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Fir Annam, In Admit, VI VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1893. NO. 2 . . ,-'"5 r p) -'a cp AWww,t I'll A fc$v&it?fj$ WfV. 1 ' BShWSr r. VAimrfT:" VB youn FUTURE JJ-M I wfll f ' f r.w. v: ic IB IN YOUIt OWN IUND. PilraUtry tuamn to tell what thn llnealn jocii haud I nd kite li will amnrc jou.lf notblnL'uiortv The aborc UliLTnm almnat rxiUin (licit. Th. lentlli of tho LINK OP I JFK Indicate. If Uhl. an to whkh you will live. MtACKLKT crWee ih thirty year. Well marked l.l.N li OP IIBAIi d.iiutr liratn ronrr; clear LINK OK KOItrUNK. fama or cklua. llollj combined mean ancctoa In life; but you muat Lrrp tip with mwl...

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 December 1893

:$- r' . v., Hartford Republican jaPUBMBHED EVKRY FKIDAY MOIININO. JO. II. KOdF.It.S, . Editor "nil Proprietor Friday, Dkckmbrr is, 1893. ANNOUNCEMENTS, Foil AHSVJiSHll, Wit AMJ AUTHORIZIiD TQ ANNOUNCB DlJIJ I. MlM.KK As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOB JAILOR. Wl5 ARK AUTI10RIZI5D TO ANNOUNCI5 J. E. ASIIBY As a candidate for the office of Jailor of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party and the will of the people. .uouiaviLLE wuti a uoasteu population of 160,000 could only give Sam Jones, at one of his recent appointments at the Auditorium, an audience of 000. Last summer whilo in Hartford be was greeted by an audience of 1,500. Shame on Louisville Utah jvill no doubt soon be oue of the States. A bill is before Congress proposing the admission of the Territory as a State and the friends of its passage are quite hopeful. Polygamy it is claimed is almost dead, and this idea of polygamy is about all that ca...

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. — 15 December 1893

? v "".' lUTiM. .- Sfn,fi.rV ' ' vt l5. v " r e y " . . . m L.' .. t y '?' ti ft i ( 0- r Ml ' . 4 'ffl fw. Y p! $ 3. O. P. dines, etc. GORG IS THE ONLY WORD FAIR Hall keeps oysters, sar New Millinery Goods for Christmas at Carson & Co's ' For l)cst fruits and candies, call on Stevens & Collins. Miss Jessie Ford went to Wednesday. Don'l forget to call on Williams & Bell lor Christmas goods. Mr. Dan Wilson, of Horse Branch was in town Wednesday. Sec our stock of Umbrellas. Causon & Co. We are full of everything for the Christmas trade. Carson & Co. Don't tnlss seeing WilUams"5t Bell's line of Christmas goods before buying. The handsomest stock of rugs that was ever brought to Hartford is at Carson & Co's. The Fourdeaf Clover Shoe, tliebest Shoe on catth, ean only be had at Carson & Co. 20 6t If you need nice Xmas goods, C. R. Martin will serve you with any kind 'of goods kept by a jeweler. Owing to the inclement weather no meeting was held by the' Cromwell...

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 December 1893

M i -" C "rV . a b't fll ,.' J , Hartford Republican I'aidav, DitCKMnim is, 1893. ALASI A little thorn-lit of dnnlitful kin Ciini'j Ikium'iI my heart within, And Kilcd about, nnd furled Ills wlnm. And tiled ny liuurt's lonj silent alrUigs, And to the Miun.l lie wakened tlicro I annu 11 tout: tiiwn tlio air A sonR, nnd tones, and ever raoro I neer sane so sweet lieforo Until a w hlspcr came and staid Tlio sn eetest songs I cicr made. And told me 'twas n very sin Had made himself so snug w Ithlnt And so I took that busy sprite, Tliat tv as my helper and del lent, And ilroto him far hefore my fears And cleansed his dwelling with my tears. Hut since t turned him out of door I sing my hainy BonRi no more. Maud Egerton King. THAT UMBRELLA. Patterl patl int! Tho rain was pouring down on the glass portico. A sudden storm had swept up out of n cloar sky. Evory ono was caught unawares. The stray cabs wero seized in a moment, tho omnibuses crowded before you could look around. There was actual...

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 December 1893

J ' ,' V The Republican The Republican and tho Cosmopolitan, The Haetdbd Bepitblkm. and Courier-Journal a loading- magazine, both one year for only for only $2.00. $1.75. JO, B, ROC-ERS, Publisher. OFFICIAL OMAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH COMEHIOM DISTRICT, TERXSU.25 Per Annum, Is Ata, VOL. VI. HARTEOBD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1893. NO. 21. T gPffl W bfmtfout sow? tb3ar CLAIR , tl K SOAP,VvoId usfou MS ritfbtsroarraMtb.cwmroipfolks Er COaP ST. LOUIS. YODIt FUTURE II Mir Jl -TL-CM I J yrl IS IN YOUIl OWN nANI). ministry assume to tell ulist the line In your hand Indicate. It will muc joii.lf nollilnuuiore. The abut. dUrarn almn.t explain luclf. Th. leojlh of the LINK OK UFK liHlk.tr rmluhl. 10 which you will lire. Knrli IIKACKLKT We you thirty year. Well msikeil I.INi: OK BAD denotes train power: clear LINE (IK KUIt rUNK. fame or Hold combined mean succers In life; but )oumnt kcciiup wlihmtxWrn Wea. to win it. You will find .ltnly of llicm In IWtrwre"!'. K.mlly Macailne, to attrac...

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 December 1893

I , U V Jrf .Vti z MrTT'i!1 Wl - ,i7ITWrV n TVT ii nHtli In IT wTi mi ii l. i .wJrwWW fu , 4 Hartford Republican PUBLISHED KVEIIY FIUDAY MORNING. JO. II. IIOUr.HN, Editor rail Proprietor FrUDVV, DfJCKMDUR 32, 1893. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I'OK AN.SIX.SflR, Wn aris Airrnonizni) to announcb DeiJ h. MlU.HR As n candidate for Assessor of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic part)'. run jailor. Wk ark authorized to announce J. E. Asiinv As a candidate for the office of Jailor of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party and the will of the people. We ark authorized to announce John V. Black As a candidate for the office of Jailor of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party. In the recent election for State Senator in this District, Taylor received 3,750, Whittaker 3,204 and Bean 859, giving Taylor a plurality of 540. After much wandering our old inend, Judge B. L, D. Guffy.of Mor. gnntown, comes back on the Lord's side and says he is henceforth a...

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 December 1893

$. 1 ) t V '' f ' V f . 1 r -, i. 5. lit &- CHRISTMAS CHIMES RING OUT on THE. FROSTY AIR! Listen to their Merry Tones CHIME FIRST: Come in! Come in! Come in to Fair Bros. & Go's CHIME SECOND: And see their stock j of Christmas Goods! ' CHIME THIRD: . Their assortment is .The host in Town! CHIME FOURTH: Their prices now Are Marked way Down! CHORUS . Swing out, ring out, clang with all our might! Call the people in to sec the Merry Christmas sight! ZF'XIES BIROS- && CO. PROPRIUTORS OF HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. S PCI ttreui WBsBH wy,n itm., Ttttainnsa Oollcift'8. They k'lvct i 11 nnport to Imitliios nml iio chs. Catalnmio froo. Knoa Pnii't, J. K. Klxh, B"o'y. Adilrt'M Hponcorlnu CnlleffO nt Louisville. Ky.r Owonsboro, Ky., or Evansvlllo, lr)d. Friday, 1)i:ci:mhi;r 22. 1893 W. H. WILLIAMS I.HADS. Hall wants your butter and cg. Hall has the finest meat shop in town. If you want a bargain, call on Henry Nail. New Millinery Goods for Christmas at Carson & Co's. Take y...

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 December 1893

i"irrvM'''H" " ail-J- sjfJMSjTffi i n-iy i i" ,i i ' -, 'i,imv r '?S!S9!f i Hartford Republican 1'iuinv, DrcRunKR 22, 1893. SLAIN. 8. Jf tly the shot from my rlflo sped To bis brart, and No fell In this ilcaill With never a tremor, never n sigh. I tnvt my enemy bleed nnd illo. "And now." t wild, "Is my iwacc secure: 1 shall fear Ills hand nnd liM (into no more." The. black night ennio with n Mcnlthy pnen And laid the shadous over his face. Hidden forocr from mortal low. And only Ood nnd tho darkness knowl Hut what would I barter of good und fair To tnko tho place of tho dead man there. As 1 face the future tho llfo to be, With Ood and tho darkness haunting met Frank L. blanlon In Atlanta Constitution. TWO CITIES. For Borne tlmo Biulgcrtown had entertained tho most iorvoreo nntngonlsm toward Alkali City, nnd, on tho other liand, Alkali City had looked upon Dadgertown with supremo contempt. Each town regarded tho other ns a trespasser nnd n menaco to tho prosperity of Cactus county, n...

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 December 1893

j 4 if i The Republican Hie Repuijlioa'N and the Cosmopolitan, The Haeteord Beptjblicak and Courier-Journal a leading' magazine, botli one year for only for $1.75.' . only $2.00. JO, fi, mm, Publisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH 'COKGRESSIOIIAL DISTRICT. J1.25 Per Annum, In Admit, VOL. VJ. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1893. NO. 22. A U V ftlY UCER PUT hr: ONTO u' I rr V.IS apb .TS HA Hliott'.,f'vV i! Tmr' .-, v' , U ' SOAP. . !'i ' -A H and if does iuct wb&t he clauTisfor il. - j and msiGT on having it. THE BEST SOAP MADE FOR ALL HOUSEHOLD PURPOSES. MADE ONLY BY MK.FAIRBANK&CO. St.Lqu.s. ""vis Awn' f ' TOUK FUTURE V ? "& y IS IN YOtJH OWN' HANI). Pilmlatrjr wnmc to tcllwl.at the lines In your hand IriUlcafa. Jl will amuac on,lf wiihiniMunrv. Tli aboa illiram almo.t einlaln. Itaelf Tha Irliflh of til. LINK Of lilt indicate, linkable .C. lu Hhkh you mtIII live, Kuril HUM Kl.KT rirpi yii ininy 3Cr wnnnatkeii uk fi I K I fletiotc. train iioucr ! cltr.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. — 29 December 1893

Y I y M i. I'V Hartford Ecpublican ronuenni) nvr.uY hiiday moiinino, JO. n. ItiMll'.KN, . Edlmr n.l Proprietor FlUDAY, DRCItMni'.R 2t), 1893. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ion A.ssr.ssoit, Wn Ann authorizrd to announci; Dkr I Mir.T.Tm As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. run JAILOR. We Am; autiiohizeij to announce J. K. Asimv As a candidate for the ofTice of Jailor of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party and the will of the people. WE AKE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOU.fCE John W. Black As a candidate for the office of Jailor of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party. Let our Court of Claims take advantage of tho good features of the new Road Law, and iu tho meantime the Legislature should pass a hotter law. Tlio age and interests of the peoplo demand it. The mails this week have been loaded with tho advertisements of the green goeds man, and it may be that Ohio county will furnish a few more victims to this swind...

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