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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 18 March 1892

.'. frs i" IWiur Your Job Work "SW KUi i The Haeteoed to L Tin: Republican SUBSCRIBE FOK TIIR I . Wl IO Well Mllll!t'll witli tliuven licstinulL'rirtl CM nnd Imvu in ouruiiitiloy us 8ARNEII I ROGERS, MMm. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF ME PARIV 111 THE mm CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Fer Annum, Id Adracce. 1(00(1 workmen ns cnn l)o found. PrieesrcTsonitlilo. ftis .nil $1.25 per year. i2;H a-". VOL. IV. HAHTPOKD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1892. NO. 33; $5&. State Directory (imemor I. V IIroi.li I l.ieiiluiitit Iminmr. H.1TI lr) til Mull' Attnine) (Irnrttl , 1'tiMvi.r. ,.M c;.Air..nl , W .1 I i J rt Tnin.r, .'.. 1,1, i, j.' Mi Kit, ill. ), 4, I, .1, I (II W I ". I MM.I, I, It, 111, I' -. Kumll, 14, IS, II. II. ('I. I.. Mil-oil, I. . I l',l.l..'Mil.i, .', I, I. I. J I liuiiiUm, I, .', .', W rajtin ui.stiil.l". i rut) Hi hiM ti, t, i, ;, ;. Jit I'lOliilil, I., ., '., .'. (.11 it i ; I.... inn, it, I., p. Ui.oilnul.l, II, II, ItOHl' l.tl.t.ll . I V M iiii), II, Hi, w.'i. ll r .1)i. I", . ". i. ( w I1 Mii...

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 March 1892

""S Remrbiican -J tezxr t FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1802. 1'CBLtSIIKD KVKHY KMIDAV MOKXiNO. iji. 11. noii Wllon ami I'ropi Ift r.. '. M. UAH MF.TT At the close of the lnet fi?ciil ycnr .there ncrc 01,320 in the United Slide?, or one for about every one thousand of population. Nor fiiucc the iliiys when Boyct's eloquence swayed the spiritual depths of Hartfonl'd people, has any series of meetings efl'ected such glorious Jesuits ns have aliendy been achieved at the Cumberland Church. The sermons are powerful, the in earnest, sinners interested and the spirit of Hod made manifest at ever euiniii together. MOVED. We' have moved our otlico from the Collins property to the house formerly blown as the S. A. Williams fur niture store, where c Mi nil be plead ed to see our fiieuclH. Conic to see us. If you me not a suhfcriber.coinc in ond subscribe. If you are a subscriber, come in and pay up. If you are a sulisciiber and have paid up, come in anyway, we wish to see you, besides j oil ought to send ...

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 March 1892

FAIR BROS. c&CQ ffHIGIPTMri PRICES. FAIR BROS. & CO. REGULATORS, CASH OXJB And The Sell Stacks DAnOMETER at a of rather A Small LOW snialljprofit than Goods with Profit Stacked on Them. J. Emphatically and Undeniably THE LEADING HUSTLERS. Ws Ess; Everything in We buy for CASH. We sell for CASH only, And its the true way to handle goods economically for the Consumer. -Wo minis It :Fa3r "SToTjr tc Xnvoestisratto. FAIR BROS. CO., Props. Hartford Temple of Fashion, N.N.&M.V.R.R. wmSSB TKAI.SS l.KiVK RIUVKR DIM TRAINS (JOIMfc WEST. V.t. UU od Kif li.lura. !.. 7, l.liH.4liprM. -II Of. . tkai.ni tiOiMi r.isr .,, Mill 4 liprtai ! . .. i, i.imit.aiir' " FRIDAY, MAKCIIIM, 1892. For cbaap fnrnitnre, call oa T. J. Morton. Tha Beaver Qsra entertain mat iru .a tnecaw. Call on Williams, BcU Sr Co., for fresh drupe, Sehapmiro has just reoeived another bfj( lot of Shoes. Cheap, Cheaper, Cheapojt Groceries ftT. J. Morton's. $1.50 buys a pair of Men's Fina Shoes at SchnpmireV. Several good...

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 March 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, MA.ROH 18, 1803. FARM MORTGAGES. farmers Just as Careful and Shrewd as Other Business Men and Just as Prosperous. Cnwpilrrl There urn low, if any, public questions t lint liavu rcceivcit as much attention ami been the subject of gueh il OAiici in lit Ihniinii'.iinhAMAK 1... inn ucfi iij ill uiu uvitriiuiicioiuill UT politicians as the farm indebtedness nt the the Western State?. While it is n subject that merits caret ul investigation and thoughtful consideration with a view of suggesting all possible iclief that can be at the samp time it in very evident there linn been much exaggeration and in relation to this question on tho part of sone who hoped thereby to create secure some personal or benefit. There has been a studious and per- iistcut effort to create an impression that the farm indebtedness is peculiar; ihat farm property not only was burdened with mortgages, but that this indebtedness was an evidence of dtstress, and farm indebtedness was more o...

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 March 1892

State Directory (Jovei nor , I, V. Itrown I.ieuli unnt lovernor M.O.AIford Secretary of Klute Ilcadlcy Attorney (Seneral W. J. Ilcndrick audltar Ii ('Nnininn Treasurer Unit) Halo Register of l.nml tliflce... ,.,.l. II. Sango Adjutant (ieneial A.J. eiross Bupt. l'iiMI Instruction.. H. P. Thomson Oik. .: A. AiUam public Prlnler H Polk Johnson CO'STiT'Z" 35XJ35CrOl2". Circuit Court convenes the 4lh Morula; In May and No, ember. J u r r .l l Lull. Cammonncaltli'a Attorney .....Jo. .No. ri.rii llardwlek CommlVVionfr. -- J p n',rr'u Judge 171Z.Z J !' Mi.iii. Atfnrnet r I. I elt C irk ..... . "' "oil-rook ShVrlli s 'Tyl.r j i' e ".v.. ..." . .V".. .v;:. i 1st Monday In each month ott.a.xitbxsxsT covar. Court MntHi tli' .1rJ Monday In January, April, July Mul October. Ceust of ClCL'.xns. Court begins llin lt Monday in October and lniii.il). ccrnss. Justice's courts held In.Mnreh, June, September sad lieoemter, as per dates names. (J A' Turner, , 4,1, 4, Etrste. .; .1, .1. (H W Taylor lonsta...

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 March 1892

I ii t h it 1) it so in tr & v tli A I'l ja in nl Iv Hi ell till tin ill). tin tin wit fac pe vot pie iler tivi J stri ailv piu ' will cili Tin 1)1)51 I'll VI met of (I (ifn the ttici pun viol tion PUC com ueth tlll'M II III! until ilolli fricn thee It ill ol if hi Iml . men! your liono it iioi the p violiii W nlrem forth fcl'l'llli di-on led w religii weeki !. and ii I'OIIIMI penpli tlmt t wnys COIHtll earth inns ii ttil law ce them inipni Ilartf. Thii ami il 91! Hartford Republican FRIDAY, MAUUII !'., 181M. iunuHiii:i) i:vi:kv kkiijav moknino. Al.UXANDr.it Hamilton' nlil home in New York City wis told Tuesilny Cor S140,.r00. t - As appropriation of 815,000 dollars has been obtained for Hough Hiver. Hartford will have daek.wnter navigation after a little. TiiKOwciisboro Jcf tiger o ncd up Tuesday thusly: "The melancholy (hiyii for Democracy have come; the hilver trouble begins in the to iluv." A rise life sue pot trait of the late Hon. II. D. McIIenry can bo seen at the Bank. I...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 25 March 1892

X FAIR BROS. ft CO. mmrnf nro'll imn.i inCUJLHIUtl. i.j v. ABK ID! BAROMETER of T fT IjU YY PRICES, i FAIR BROS. & CO. CASH OUR Soil Stacks of Goods ut a small profit rather than A Small Goods with Profit Stacked on Them. Emphatically and. Undeniably THE LEADING HUSTLERS. We Keep Everything in our Line Money Will Buy. We buy for C ASPi. We sell for CASH only, And is the true way to handle goods economically for the Consumer. "W Ttiinlc It Pay "STou. tc Investigrace. FAIR BROS. CO., Props. Hartford Temple of Fashion, -v-1 - - It is Elegant d Cheap, -CALL OK- T. J MO It TON. N.N &M.V.R.R. AIMj 1ft'rv??Tii.fW'X 9 TRAIN I.KiVK I1KAVKH IHM. TKU.NS (IUIMI WK.VT. Nu..'., Mil tu.lKipw. l.'.IOr. m. !n, 7, l.lmf (.i Krr ll:K'p. . TRAIN flOINO KANT. N..e, Mil iid Eiif... - VI r. . Uo. t, l.imltwd Bipr.ii - -1:12 . FRIDAY, MARCH 2.", 1892. Read Lcacha "ad." Naw millinery at the U.uaar next week. All Ca'icoca ro a yard at Anderson' Bazaar. If you wnut a nice Hat, visit Carton & Co. B...

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 March 1892

kt&exagtjja&asxaaaaacsu i .. MnpHm'il Unniih Ihii I FIUDAY, MARCH .', 1 802. CERALVO. ! .March 18. Not a l' .Same say: "A strange thing in this aye of ouii', is to liii'l grown-up men nnil women profcteinji to ilotilit even the existence of a Ciml or the cieilihilityol Sciip'me." We people can believe inn thing who me capable of iluuliting in the fact of Mich nccntmili'teil proofs anil evidences'. Thev aio to he pitied but not petted .ier Mich mental or initial ohliipiity in this nineteenth century. Probably a majority who may chance to read this will iuy that it U i, but don't be too in your judgment in the c.i"e. Is it Hob causing the nbovc nieiitioneil unbelief? I trow not. ho then? First, the man who calN an for and chuns to declare the whole counsle of God, and tccU a little too modest to -:n: "Woe iintohini that giveth his neighbor drink, that pnttot the bottle to him nnd lnnketh him ilttiiihi'ii, abo, that thou innjoM look on their Thou art lilh:d with nlmnm f.tr thy ...

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 April 1892

I'lreiilt i'oihI I'miTrnoii the Itli .Mnn.l.j In Mnj t.. .Viti In'" ! In I; 1. 1" I.ittic ri.ii.mi.riMi.tllh'n Ittnr".' Ikc.N'oc (ImI r ( niHiihii i Il'll.itelt Jf.iUe .In. n,. ?. I In...'.... ,l,.rill. ... Jan i.. rnijii ..rtr t "i u 1 1.1 1 ti t ' ifii.i 1 . nlirli. wirn .1 I' .", Hon F I. r.llx . . I.nt.uit llll.riuk . . s r'lntlur I I 'IVnNf'ii Uttriltill'lM'r llif Ul Mulil.) Ill Ull ll IllOlltlt 'iMir, oniriie. llii Ilril Mondi) in .liiniliry, 1 III, I III) llll "" lnl"T. i l'ln Hi.- I"l Mmiiln) in (MhIht and Itililltl.t. Jiiiluo'Hi'iiiirli lit 1 1 In Marrl., June, s' ti'inlaT ,.I,U lllthlir, 111 pi I iltllr mJ'JkiIU'IIii ! Mill" f I turn. llil I.tllll t'.all.lll I. ii irutt. 1 1 .III. I I V III .. 1,1, I, .'. ll.Kii.il..;. I, , .1, ,. ( U lull... t ii- Ir I If. i e, I Muni-, in, in. ti, In. , .. I..I.I n, i4, i , .1. II. I I ii ,11-tall. I.Mip Mill, i, 1. I, I. I. - i i I i", ., .', .', t, ( I IN Til) III' I ..li'tiil..', I I I ii) I., mi. a, ;, i., ;, ;. j i: i 1..11.1.1, i.,...

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 April 1892

"Tin: College I booming. to Tub 11. 12. C'n are idiiindnntly nblo kike euro ol'tliotii'Hlviw, 1'ixix I'ooi.i:, who vn sent In the. penitentiary from thU place tevernl vcni ngo, Ims been pardoned by tiov. Hioxvn. In the ilentli of.lutbe.Ioliii O'Klnli eriy the .lonrnalistie lielil one of its mot ciiiiiet oiker. Although, not nettvely I'liiriitri'tl in the Ihmiipm nt the time of hi- dcutli, his tyinp:i thy xa nlwins with ihnt profr.inn. Hv mere nceiilent, several good coniiiitmic:ilioii4 that wen; .-out to this ollice for pnlieatinn?, have been lost, and the contributor will confer n favor rni u by -ending u the news again from their localities Till- in: are men who aic not tiiat the Southern sugar planter receives n bounty from the Government, but raise their hands in horror when the Wnsiern and wool-grower ik reasonable to their industry. Mi:. V. S. Yatc, who taught in DiMrict No. ")S. Iui .-cut lo the Superintendent'. otlicc nn elegant photograph of hi school. Air. II. II. District...

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 April 1892

.1- N. N & Ml. V. R. H. If you want a bargain, trade Carson it Co. . Buy youT Hats Carson it Co, BROS. & COB Big stock of Spring Goods are here, ready for inspection. Every day brings crowds of people to gaze upon the most magnificent Stock every brought to the Green River country. The styles arc novel, the quality the best, the prices the lowest. Wo make special announcement of our Millinery Department, which is with Flowers, Laces, Velvets and Hats of every description. MISS HELEN FOSTER, of Louisville, an experienced trimmer, up to the latest in everything, will have charge of this department. Our goods are bought low, with a view of making this the most interesting season since we have been in busi ness. Owing to our great rush this week, we will be compelled to defer prices until next issue. For unexcelled bargains, visit. Headquarters. Hartford Tempi of Fashion. FAIR BROS, & CO., Props, fJ If It If It ultyj. i It is Blegani u. (kj!, CALL OX- with and Shoes from T. ...

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 April 1892

k y ' rrjnffTiriirMl'Ml77pnir""twtlwnmIlii?. As to tlm va LEITCIIFIELD ITEMS. ' Judgo A. p. Baird nt. Rest. 4V. AX.MuliiHii lmtf;)n K.lm, )nU t,u wrung mlu of Miirch '-.). Our i-ns wull U still Wrlt:iti:.H, It hath plrascd God in "Jr . . . r f .' r, ... " ilio lino, it N thp first tiuiolhat I over going ilnwn liml nny oidcm Hi iiiplerimis to call '-J! il kil irs hoard ol it and it ia Hot a fad and I jroiu John Cliimiimiii to top, do 1 I from lulwr to his tiutil reward, oiir '. f ' do not admit mivtliiiiir or kind. I ' iiiic.4 tvii will Imvu to kiu'o on. and if ludovcd and CliiiMiiin - iThat Survey Again. j Again Mr. says let in follow v.jot ntoiv than uu nivd can call in In"ihij Haitl'tid IK'rald of tin1 Mirvpyniittlu lurtli mmiio of our to take tin her 2.1, ISill. tion I 'ruin Mr, I rmj u cnsnmm. S. Uciinett, headed a above, in which the writer in a col' unin article deaN almost wholly in iiiisiepicseiilations without oneo a word in regard to his portion or why the work of fie arbi...

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 April 1892

I awn mMmmmmttmmmmilalllimmma I Haw if EEPITBLICAN. SUBSCRIBE roil Tin: Wb are well suppliod - with tliu rory host limteriul N ami huroiuourumploy as 8ARNEN & mm, FitMin, OFFICIAL QR6AN OF WE PARTY IN IBS FOBR.H C0K6KE8SICKAL SISTF.ICT. TERMS J1.25 fir Anna, In Aiusct. good workmen ah can lit Ion ml. I rices reasonable. $1.25 per year. VOL. IV. HAKTFORD, KYFRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1892. NO. 36. L I Jl H State Directory ot e rnor ' V. Itroa n I.ieute nam loeernor M U. Alfurd Secretary of Stal -. llsadiey Alton..; O.neral W.J. HenJriek audlter -I' C Norman TiMiurtr Henry lisle Register of IjxikI onic. II. U. Homigu Ailjutanl (len.rat A.J. limn iupt. I'oblle Instruction E. 1'. Tliuini.li elerk A. Addams fuMis Trlnlrr 1! Pulk Juhnsm COTTXTSTT 3XZl33CSOSl"2T. C'lrcnlt Court cenftiire the 4 111 .Monday In Msy nl Jadge I.I'I.illie C.mmenweallh's Alloraey Jo Now Clerk ! Commissioner J t' llirrell COVXTXTT Ji4ga J 1' Morton Attorney K I. Velli CUtk Hnwen llultmok Sharlfl .. Clnjlor Jitter -I ' l...

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 April 1892

Hartford Republican iunt.i8iiK i:vi:ky i'kiiiay morning. ! " FRIDAY, Al'lilLP, 1M3. THE PLA.TPORM. Bi: tT misoi.VKt). Kiit l'liin l,iuciili'in dues utlirm lid tii.ii of, iiinl lull lullierencr to its past history, uutl to the meson! piiiicmlex mill policy ' llie Keptihlienu luriy. ijicnnd We luvnr tinil imloroe the McKiulcr Inrill'bill, imd tin- )Meui ol ueipn.city, na now inaugurated liy our i.niy, mi. I tin; euriiesl jiuiico of the liiiinir anil dignity ol' ilu. lti'iiiililio in ils relation to Imvigii mill uo i.p.teand enter our protest nt'iiiiiBt the In-e anil unlimited cuimigi: ot silver. Third Wo must cordially indorse the Ailmiiiisliiilioii ct President iiinl Jo rruoiiinienil that the delegates ami alternate it acting, I'leetc.l liy this vote lor his iciinmiiiutiuii as I'n'.ileiit liy tliu next Kepiihlieiin Uoiivtiiii A GYMNASIUM. It ij a lawol hoiii l lie uml Huiiitual wmhU that men gnr.v ami litvoiue stiuii liy I'Si'ieisf. Xo man ever jjruwii liiitimllv milerf he puts into ...

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 April 1892

HI- FAXB. BROS. 2c GO'S Big stock of Spring Goods are here, ready for inspection. Every day brings rgowds of people to gaze upon the most magnificent Stock every brought to the Green River country. The styles are novel, the quality the best, the prices the lowest. We make special announcement of" our Millinery Department, which is with Flowers, Laces, Velvets and Hats of every description. MISS HELEN FOSTER, of Louisville, an experienced trimmer, up to the latest in everything, will have charge of this department. Our goods are bought low, with a view of making this the most interesting season since we have been in business. Owing to our great rush this week, we will be compelled to defer prices until next issue. For unexcelled .bargains, visit Headquarters. Hartford Temple of Fashion, FA!R BROS. fc CO., Props. im La im m taiu iai funffiriiiiE A v Ainl A n v nini t . T T T 5 3-1 9 telffi (IS i I I . ' It is Blegant an. Cheap, CALL OK T. .1. MOUTON. " " I Ni IJ fc KL V. R. Rr. I.KIVK...

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 April 1892

e Hartford Republican VltlDAY, AlitlLtt, Jill!. FACETZE A nun nuod to cure for no moro klH)wlu(lgt) lllUII t() kllGVV llilll'L'lf, tm more pleasure tlmii to ovosromu himself, no more tlmii to enjoy liimwjlf. Bishop Hull. Hard workers nre ii'tinUy lionost. Iwlustry lifts him above temptation. Texas Sifting. Old Bullion-Ali, my hoy, 1 often loiip for the jrooil old times. Kriend That's very strange. You are rich now, hut in thoso old days you were ou overworked, barefooted plowhoy on a farm. What had you then that you liuvn't now? Old Bullion (sadly) An njipetile. C5ood New. The Utility of Diffidence is the most Imnliful man 1 ever saw "Well, how ou earth did hu ever come to jet man led V "lie was too bashful to refuse." Puck. Teacher "Now, Miss Mildred, you ma) doeliue a kiss." Miss Mildred mo but Idon't think a kis. can hu declined I never could decline one.1' The fun of the nbovn lies in tha "Miss" of fun nud the newness of tlio idea. English us she is understood Doctor (ten n. in....

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 April 1892

co--itt: III inn. Ikultlll toal.tULl Uatimn. UuialOLT. Kcilvr. 0PLUISVILL wirn 0EP ituli,(li. 001 SEsronr, Circuit Court iniirrno llit Mti Mumlny In Mu) mul itc inlii r. tinier I. P l.illu LfiinniiiiiHiKllli'ii Wormy lo. rsi.p I'lrik ( I1.1I1UI1 k LummUMoiii r ' P Hum II csrri.Tsrr eovi.r. Judge J P M.irlHi Atti.imy K I. Iillt til ll. IlllHllII HullriM.I. M.i rin S (' I ii) lor Jnllrr I 1' I urn. on ( mil untrue It.- l.t Moml.) in imli month csvr.r. d.iirl Limtriii iIik .inl Mon.i) In Junimry, ril, Jnl iwnl in Couitof GLa.s&c. ('nun Ik'sIik Ihe lt Monday In Oi lol r mul j.roinr). JimlirS ntirt tit Id in MhtiIi, June, Si mill I'trunli r, a pot il iti.uppoili tin hunt . I.I, I. I J t 'I nun r, 'i. IS l,:i. J, i. Ill U lnjlnr i oh-l it'll . is. r iii, in, ii,, ii.. J A , l.liimi, II, It, W. II. (I ll, Mluiit i ( Miller, 1. I, I, I. i ChulliWln, .1, i, i, i. (J W I'ayiimoli'ilftlill'. (1'iiry lninitt,7, , 7, 7. i II T lt'iiili r, i, :, 4, .' (.11 ll 'I uvlor cnriHiitl.lc. I, I'lllk,...

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 April 1892

Hartforcl Republican PUnMSIIKD KVKRV FRIDAY MOltMNQ. JO It. ROnRHW. llMlinrinii.lPronrlrlnrt. v. .n, nARSKiT,) - -- FRIDAY, AI'HIL 15, 1892. Somk of Hartford's Blind Tigcre linvc sufficient uc of tlicir optics to walk the streets and catcli (?) victims. Juimik L. P. LlxrLi: has appointed W. G. Ilardwick to (ill out the term of Circuit Clerk Clarence Ilardwick, deceased. The is nn eminently proper one and but voices tho wishes of the good people of Ohio county. Billie is one of the best and most deserving young men in our Tin: Louisville Cmmcrcial says: "The bill putting wool on the free lit passed the House byn party vote. The free-traders hold that n protective duty is n bounty paid to the of protected articles that gives them n great advantage and makes them rich. The free-traders also clnim to be the special fiitndsof the farmer, and yet, by this bill, they deprive him of the protection on bis product, but leaves tho manufactures, whom they are continually denounce nig as robbers...

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 April 1892

( FAIR BROS, (ft CO'S W$ gig Owing to the fact that our trade has been lor the last three weeks so great that an opportunity for proving to the people that we are leading in every line, has been denied us. We conic to the front this morning by ottering you 10c. bleach domestic 4-4 wide at 8c. 12 ic bleach domestic at 10c. 20c bed ticking warranted to hold feathers at loc. 25c turkey red table linen 20c. 25c pure linen " " 20c. 10c crash at 05c. 1q, Brown cotton at (He 7c prints at 5c. 20c cotton jeans 15c to 18c. 30csatines, to close, atl2ie. These arc only a few of our bargains. Visit us for prices and largest selections. igpRESS GOODS We play second on the fiddle to no one in the line. We have the stock, that is telling who is selling the Dress Goods in Ohio county. Our line of trimmings, such as silk, velvets, braids, laces, cheffon, jet ornaments, buckles, etc., are beautiful. Everything matched in the latest manner. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. Never before have we had a more satisfac...

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 April 1892

1' 1 Hartford Republican ; FK1DAV,"AI,KIL IS," ., , ,, - r FUN IN POLITICS. P ungent Paragraphs Expressly Pointed for Jovial Readers. a si.vmp is kii.viiii. The silver men were tnsy Anil thought they would win it; The other men weie colid And silver wasn't in it. WHAT DOIIM IT? Plenty in tho jmntry, . Riches in the hind, Oil of gladness even-where in This Impny hind. Everv worker busy, Cnsh in plenteous showcis, Toiling in ii profit In u hind like ours. Other tuitions follow, None hnvo equal powers. KOK DIIMOl'IUTS ONLY. As a statesman pure and simplJ, A politician true, As am honest, clean hard worker, How will A. P. Gorman do, Tor Piccident? mom: i.EMOcitvnc iiakmosy. Cleveland Man. -"Cleveland is a Free Trader." Hill Man. "Hats! He's the tariff itself." Cloveland Man "How tarilf? dill Man. Plain enough. The taiilfis a tax, isn't it?" Cleveland Man. "Yes." Hill Man. "Well, ain't Cleveland a tax? And a tax we're going to get rid of, too, you bet." NKi:iKI I'KAYINII FOK. Flossie's m...

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