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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 16 February 1894

IS N i 4 i m 5-" ''ft :.' y 7 money: yvKes 5H& S5oeK(' BY THE CARGO! tell you we want and it's There's no object in us holding Thieves broke into the smoke-house of Mrs. Tanner, who keeps the Poor-house, last Saturday night and stole .a considerable quantity of meat. Mr. C. R. Martin, our popular and Miss Nora I. Humphrey, of Prcntis, were married yesterday evening at the home of the bride's brother, Mr. Wood Humphrey, of Beaver Dam, Dr. Coleman officiating. Some sneak thief broke into D. K. Ward's Binokehouse Tuesday night and stole nine fine hams. This is the ecoud theft of that kind in that neighborhood within the past week. The People's Party, of Ohio county, will hold a Mass Convention at Hartford on next Thunday the sSd, for the purpose of nominating candidates fdr the various offices to be filled at the ensuing November election. The Oyster Supper nt Masonic Hall to-morrow night promises to be one of the most enjoyable events of the season. The Masonic Ladies will leave n...

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. — 16 February 1894

Hartford Republican Friday, Fijiikuaiiv 16, 1894. Special Notico! We linve just perfected whereby wo cnu furnish Tun ReruiaiCAK and tho Louisville Wccklj Commercial both venr for price the of Tun alone, $1.25. Besides bo ing one of tho best and most relinblo papers published, Tho Commercial contains the political cartoons of thnt great artist, Mr. George Kerr, which in themselves nro worth tho price charged for both papers. If jou want tho news of Ohio county and tho rest of the world every week, subscribe for Tho Hartford Republican and either thoLouisvillo Commercial, The Now York Tribune or tho Chicago Inter-Ocean for only 81.25. Subscribe at once. r 5. a.gkmthdnt7 i Rounding Up Sixty Elk in a Littlo Mountain Canyon. During tho terrible winter of 1871-72 tho lk In great numbers lied from tho elevated plateaus of Laratnio plains on tho northern slope of tho Rocky mountains, nud sought lower altitudes and more sheltered fowling grounds along tho North Flatto river or along the stre...

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. — 23 February 1894

"F i: VJliuf!SIS9i(C tv ;vyjWwv7wy'ivM! wyyw1',1111 mr" i i i -ii i i i .-- i i ii i mf -nil -i iiiiii i-- ' ' and The a the leading Republican Cosmopolitan, magazine, The Ha RTEOHD1 REPUBLiCAN both and The $1.75. Courier-Journal one Republican year for only for only $2.00. JO, B, ROGERS. FiMlikn . OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTV IN THE FOCRIR COMCHIOHAL MS.RICT. ?et Annnm, Id Advance. VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1891. KO.30. c ilSMpIBiiJ may be avoided. It comes from a germ that takes root and grows only when Ihq .System is Weak and Lungs are affected. Scott's Emulsion ' t mm rvcf of Cod-liver Oil, will soda, overcomes all sumption possible, endorse it. Coughs, Colds, Woak Lungs and Emaciation pavo tho way for Consumption. SCOTT'S EMULSION cures thorn, and makes tho yslcm strong. Prepared by Scott A. Cowno, U. Y. Drugefst's sell It. e A crooning tucctu. That's what Dr. Fcnner's OoUia Itellof la. It Is a L specific tor Iks-lam. imtiok, reaching curtnc It nhef ecr Itixlo...

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. — 23 February 1894

y Hartford Eepublicn punusiiEi) iivmi'.y vr.m.vY iionsfixu. Jo. II. It(ft:i:;i. rMlmr nnt PropiMor Fmn.w, Fhmuwrv 23, iSa.. DANCING RUN MAD. It shall not be the object of the- writer to.cnter upon 11 dfecuj'ion of the merits or demerits n( dancing n an independent proposition, but rath er to point out what appears to be, and in fact it, a gioss violation of the lawsol ft decent and conservative propriety. As for the Mashed Hall of last Wedueiday night we shall not express nn opinion but leave it wholly to the unb'aseil judgment and the untramnielfd conscience of the and guests as to how on-lightening or elovating it may have been in Its tendencies We .dm II not at thi! time at loast nttncl: dancing in- its uual haunts nnd in tho eourv of its wonted levelingtt, but ulien it csfciv to ingratiate itn preimuptiuu' into new and lew fields, when it eeks to force an enhance it. to an acquaintanceship hithuito al 'ivc its tinkling wheii it raises its unwelcome head and with audacity demands...

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. — 23 February 1894

.-. i - h HM. J S- y money: vrh;s gpis s5oeK0 BY THE CARGO! ' aS"11' MONEY Wc all need just now. We have the goods, and that's what MAKES " om to you A, There's no ohject in us ftQflK" Eor advance in Prices when wc can see there is no prospect of a rise. They must vX" take your pick of the Bargains in Sight at FAIR. BROS. & CO PUOPRIETORS OF HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. FlUDAV, 'IMKUAKY 23. 1894. Hear Ralph Bingham. Hall wants a few small fat hogs. New furniture at Carson & Co's. Hall keeps all kinds of fresh meat. F.ggs, butter and bread at Williams. ' If you need tobacco cotton, see Carson & Co. New goods arrive daily at Stevens & Collins. Stevens & Collins' is the cheapest place in town. See Stevens & Collins' fruits, can dies, nuts, etc, Fresh cabbage just received at & Collins. Circuit Clerk G. B. Likens went to Owensboro this morning. Cabbage sweet and Irish potatoes at W. H. Williams.' Don't fail to visit Carson & Co. while in town Saturday. C. ...

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. — 23 February 1894

i! Hartford Republican FlUIMV, KEIIKUAKY 23, IS94. . HE WANTED A WIFE. BY MAUV E. 11RYA.V. A forlorn figure sho was. Showas sitting on her trunk nt a landing on, tho banks of Red river, wnlting for the down boat. About her was a group of amused buteympathctlc bystanders, and sho vri9 telling them her story. "I answered It In good faith," sho said. "Hero Is his advertisement. 1 cut It from a matrimonial agency paper." Sho took tho clipping from her pocket and read it aloud, her black eyes snapping dangerously: '1 urn a widower, thirty-four years old. I llvo with my two littlo girls upon my cotton plantation. I havo ono thoimnd ncrcs moro or less my own unincumbered property, situated on tho beautiful bayou St. Lucas. I havo s nlco cottauo homo cmbowored In lncs, with gardens, chickens, cows, harness nnd sadillo horses, flowers, fruit every comfort except n wtfo. With a view to supplying tho deficiency, lDska correspondence with some rcspoctablo young lady, hoping to pcrsuado her to "...

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 February 1894

; THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN EXTRA. REPUBLICANS IN TOWN. They Hold the Largest .Delegated Convention Ever Held in the Court House. Horn Mplrjr HperhrM Miulr ntil n flood HARTFORD, KY., FEBRUARY 27, 1894. TlnieUrnrrnllyA NlroiiK ' Tick!. Turauant to call the Republicans of Ohio county met in Court House Monday evening at 1:30 o'clock in Delegated Convention for the purpose of nominating candidates for the various offices to be filled at the coming ing election in November. Considering the inclement weather the crowd was immense. Promptly at 1:30 o'clock Chairman J. S. R. Wedding called the meeting to order, and Secretary Alex Harnett read the call of the Convention. At the close of the reading Mr. Wedding ' made a clear cut and ringing Republican speech, full of vim and enthusiasm. The speech was well received. Mr.Wedding closed his remarks by stating that the Executive Commitee presents the name of Mr. S. B. Bishop, ol McIIenry Precinct, as Chairman of the Convention. On motion his nom...

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 February 1894

' Money Saved is Money Made." Therefore save money by buying your Groceries, Wagons, Plows, Mowing and Heaping Machines from TRACY & SON. We have repairs for the Oliver Chilled Plows cheaper than you can get thorn anywhere else. So cull on us when you want repairs of any kind. We also have a full and and complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, which are always fresh. We also have the Celebrated Olds Wagons and Acme Harrows, with repairs for all kinds of farming implements. It is hard times we know but wewiil make you the lowest cash price in everything we handle. Respectfully, I'u.C"" cSsSOIbT, . Hartford. Itlvil. Mrs. Mahala Smith, wife of James Smith, a former resident ol this court ty, now living near Calhoon, McLean county, died last Wednesday and the remains were interred nt the Cliinti burying ground, near Liberty Church, on Thursday evening. She was a most estimable woman and had many friends in this county who with the family mourn her loss. Her two sous, Worth and ...

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 February 1894

EARLY SPRING GOODS! IF'.A.IH BROS, cfc OO. Have this week placed on their counters a shipment ofi early spring goods, including brown and'bleached domestics, plain and fancy shirting, tabic linens, napkins, oil cloths, prints, ginghams, satinet,, princess duckings, cashmeres, woolen dress goods in all the spring shades, notions of every kind Dress trimmings in the latest novelties, Hercules' brands in cotton and silk, serpentine brands, silks, velvets, etc., every thing suitable for spring 3NT0T7I03X"1S. lot plain white handkerchiefs, sc, " fancy bordered " ' extra fine plain " " " " imported " 5C, IOC 25c 40c worth everywhere for 10. Kxtra quality ladies black hose, sold everywhere for 25c. IOC IOC ISC 40c 50c men's gingham bordered handkerchiefs 5c, sold soc C. B. Corsets, best sold, worth $1.50, our price,$i.25. Endless variety of hair pins, from 5c per dozen up to 5C Royal kid gloves, all shades, worth $1.00 and $1.25, every pair guaranteed. Our notion department is full too man...

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 February 1894

DR13 M PUTTING GOODS IN ATTRACTIVE STYLE Moas 0 O e Grocery Business. RIGHT AT THE HEAD OF Tilt? PROFESSION! EXTREME LOW PRICES! FAIR SQUARE DEALIFG! IS OZ. Z?OTJL:n.cLS''"g2: DOING JUST AS WE ADVERVISE, TREATING EVERYnODY NICELY. KEEPING EVERY "GOOD THING TO EAT" FROM THE BEST MARKETS that the V. S. AFFORDS. CLEANLIFESS AND PROMPTNESS. BUYING FOR CASH AND SELLING FOR CASH! These are a few of the many reasons we assign for our "CHEiKiare nnfflB." Our music is a little hard for some of our Brother Grocers to donee to; but we can't help that. THEY ARE TOO SLOW. WE CAN'T WAIT. LIFE IS TOO SHORT. " IBIS &. SHiTI, Join the Procession. Go with the Crowd. Buy your Groceries at STEVENS & COLLINS, - HARTFORD, KY. REPOUI.IL'AXN I. TOWS, Hartford: For Magistrate A. S. Aull For Constable Hosea Shown. Cromwell; For Magistrate Jont B .WilsonConstable R. B. Martin. Rosine; For Magistarte C. L. Woodward For Constable Thomas Allen. Buford and Fordsville held no Conventions, but will make nom...

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. — 2 March 1894

it "". i IL, li IS". ty -- , wp r - "" f JfJI "w'lf"r " twwf lyqyjwy wm qpp i f ymnpfnii , and Tlie the Kepublican Cosmopolitan, The Haki Dffl) Bepitblicaj and Tlie Courier-Journal a leading magazine, both one year for only for only $2.00. $1.75. . JO, B, ROGERS, Fnblisher. OFFICIAL OMAN PARTY IK THE OF THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL SISTHICT. TERMS- S1.25 Per hum, It AdTance. VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, .1 MARCH 2, 1894. NO. 31. That Hacking Cough if allpwcd to run, will destroy the lining to Throat and Lungs, weaken the system and invite the Consumption Germ. Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil, with hypophosphitcs of lime and soda, builds up the system, overcomes Chronic Coughs and Colds, and strengthens the Lungs. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. SCOTT'S EMULSION It the moit nourishing food known to science, It It Cod-liver Oil rendered palatable and eatyto aulmilato. Prepared by Soott A Bowne, N.Y. Drucftata sell It 'i Itiamlng and CemptatianL The fecllnir eilsllnir ta the t...

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. — 2 March 1894

TTnS.fnWl RpnilhllP.n.Tl I MJ-U 1 I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. t - .n. JO. 8. ROUERM, Editor mill Proprietor Friday, March 2, 1894. What's the matter with tho Republican ticket? It's all right. Ohio county's last Sheriff was named Calvin. Her next Sberifl pleads guilty of bearing tho same name. The Grayson Eagle and tho Caney ville Herald have been consolidated, nud tho latter ceases to exist, but tho Eagh soars smoothly on. Jacou Smith, tho oldest Mason in tho United States and tho oldest Methodist in Kentucky, died at Thursday nigit, aged 97. The Democrats got mad because with about one hundred majority in Congress they could uot get a quor um, and they resorted to a wholesale arrest of absent members and finally backed down. Tub Metmgcr is just about as near as it ever is to tho truth when it speaks of the Republican primaries in Ohio county last Saturday. So iar we aro informed tho Republicans of tho county have never at any time 111 tho history of the party held a primary ...

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. — 2 March 1894

EARLY SPRING HOODS. DFVfiLXXl. BROS, cfc OO. Have this week placed on their counters a shipment or early spring goods, including brown and bleached domestics, plajn and fancy shirting, table linens, napkins, oil cloths, pripts, ginghams, satincs, princess duckings, cashmeres, woolen dress goods in all the spring shades, notions of every kind. Dress trimmings in the latest novelties, Hercules' brands in cotton and silk, serpentine brands, silks, velvets, etc., every thing suitable for spring wear. i lot plain white handkerchiefs, I " fancy bordered ' i " extra fine plain " " " " " 1 imported i M it ii ii it 1 " men's gingham bordered handkerchiefs 5c, sold everywhere (or 10. Extra quality ladles black hose, 20c sold everywhere for 25c. Children's hose, double hect and knee, 20c worth 35c. C. Ii. Corsets, best sold, worth $1.50, our price, $1.35. Kudlcss variety of hair pins, from 5c per dozen up to 25c Koyal kid gloves, all shades, worth Ji.oo and $125, every pair guaranteed. Our not...

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. — 2 March 1894

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, MAttCU 2, 1894. THE CASE OF SKEGGS. ; nv i.uiti: Kii.uir. Mr. George L. SkcgRS, the gcncnil tnanngor of the G., X. & M. railway, sat In lils sumptuously furnished dining-room enjoying a most excellent dinner, when tho servant entered and said thcro wcro a couple of men in tho hall who wished to speal; with him. "I can't sco anybody just now," said' Mr. Skeggs, testily. "You know you mustn't announco people whilo I nm at dinner. Tell thcirt to call nt my oflico to-morrow If they have any business with mo." Tho servant stood there hesitatingly. "Come now," cried the manager, "what tiro you waiting thcro for? Did you hear what I said?" "Yes, sir, but tho men told mo to tell vou they, must " "Who arc they? Toll them I cou't see anyone just now." "They're policemen, sir." "Policemen? What do they want? Send them away.'' "I beg your pardon," said a policeman, stepping in, followed by another who dangled a clanking pair of handcuffs. "But the business won't ...

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. — 9 March 1894

" " V,S" ty mid Tlio the Republican Cosmopolitan, The Hart DM) BEPHBIICaN; and 'The i s&HPUBLlUAN a lending magazine, both $1.75 one year for only A i for only $2.00. JO. B, ROGERS, Fublither. OFFICIAL OR&AH OF THE PARTY ill TBS FOURTH C0K6RIS3IQNAX. IISIRICT. TSHH3 SS.25 Fep kimt In Advacse. VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1894. NO. 32. ir; ; ii . - . i.odihvii.m:, sr. i.uih ti:x. it. r LouisTilli. St, luh mi iilnj , BCIIKDtll.K IN KFKF.CT N0V.1, 1831. , fio.M, No.M, WIST lOUNl.. Pnlly. lllj. f.T. LoiiImIIIk - 7.15 n. tn. S.21 1.!. Went Point :lla. in. T:2Dp.;. llrniuU nliiifg Ml m. S.07 p. m. lnlnjUnii.. .. P.I n.ni. t.1Ti.ia. iplifniorl HUM, in. 9.21 p. . ClonrKjrt 10.11 n. m. :4 p. . lUwctTllle i llilln.ro. lO.lop. . Lrwlnrwitt....... IliMn.m. lfl.:Up.n. OwnMuro 14: in p. in. 11:11 r. n. Hpolistilli' l.'H !' in. 1.!." P. u. Ar. Ilenilwcn 1:24 p.m. 12S0. m. .No. 6'4, No.M, KAhrilllU.m l.lljr. Ily I.. IIni.lrrn 7:18 . m. 3: n I!.f)llvlll 7t17 . in. 3 87 p.m. Ilwim...

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. — 9 March 1894

fS Hartford Republican rui)i.isii):i) i:vi:uy fkiuay mousing. Jo. It. llom:it.H, . Killtomml Troprldor FRIDAY, MARCH 0, IS94. Ropublicau Ticket. i:i(rllnii, v. . For County Judge John P. Morton. For Sheriff Cnl. P. Keown, For County Clerk D. M. Hockcr. For County Attorney- K. P. Neal. For Assessor X. C. Daniel. For Jailer Jown V. rilack. For Surveyor G. S. Fit.hugh. For Coroner G. C. Wcstcrficld. MAGISTRATES! Hartford A. S. Aull. Kosinc C. L. Woodward. Ctomwell Jont 13. Wilson. Fordsville Huford coNSTimu:: Hartford Ilosea Shown. Rosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell K. B. Martin. Fordsville Buford Tiiniii: were nominations made for eight tlillcrent county olliecs nt last Saturday's Democratic Primary, but there were announced candidates ior but seven of these offices, there being no candidate announced for Survey-or. Candidates for live of these seven offices announced themselves in the 1ehtiilican and four out of live ol the candidates chosen, or eighty per cent were those who had announce...

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. — 9 March 1894

VV -1 EARLY SPUING GOODS. PAIR IQH.OS. cfc CO. Hnve this week placed on their counters n shipment of enrly spring goods, including brown and bleached domestics, plain and Taney shirting, table linens, napkins, oil cloths, prints, ginghams, satincs, princess duckings, cashmeres, woolen dress goods in nil the spring'shades, notions of every kind. Dress trimmings in the latest novelties. Hercules' biands in cotton and silk, serpentine brands, silks, velvets, etc., every thing suitable for spring wear. i lot plain white handkerchiefs, 5c, worth 10c " bordered " " roc 1 fancy 5c, " extra fine " " 1 plain 10c 15c 1 imported " 25c " 40a " " ' " " 1 40c 50c : " men's gingham bordered handkerchiefs 5c, sold everywhere for 10. Extra quality ladies black ' hose, 20c sold everywhere f jr 2:. Children's lioau, double heel and knee, 20c worth 35c. C. H Corsets, best sold, worln $1.50, our priccjli.25. Kndless variety of hair pins, front 5c per doen up to Iioynl ki.l gloves, nil shades, worth i.oo...

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. — 9 March 1894

.ssTyysgzz r - : . :-Tl mm i.iiii mil i 1 II 'II 1 1 II n ililmn StW.i r Hartford Republican i'lUUAV, Makch y, 1S94. A LUCKY ACTRESS. And Slio Dlarotrnrda Every Too. MIm Jnntrn Ono of tlio Tow In Her I'm- feulon Not Afrnlit or it Hnoiloo How Ono 11ml I)ay' I'urtiino Wim Ilcvcrsnl. When you meet nn nctor or nn nctress who can sec n peacock feather without n shudder or who will calmly walk under a ladder without emotion you have met a wonder. Probably no class of people in tho world are as superstitious as professionals, and none would jjo to greater lengths to obtain a nirmcot or to escape a hoodoo, says tho Boston Globe. There arc certain well-recognized superstitions that every self-respecting nctor will live up to, and some of them are ludicrous enough, but it has remained for Miss Marie Janscn to oppose the traditional superstition and in every way lay herself open to infection from the baleful germ of tho hoodoo. She carries a bunch of peacock feathers In her trunk, and they orn...

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. — 16 March 1894

- . ? i i aim i. -777 ,.,-.,- -. .--.. b li' '- and The the Republican Cosmopolitan, The Hartford Republican. and The Uepuhlican ournal a loading magazine, botli one year for only $1.75. for only $2.00. JO, B. ROGERS, Fublither. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONUEIHOM DISTRICT, TEBXS 11,25 Per Annan, Ic Admce, VOL. VI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JL MA110H 16, 1894. NO. 33. I.(I!1MV1MK, NT. l.Olll.H TKX. H. K Loiinillii St, Lub mi iilny , BCHEMJI.B IN KKKECT NOV.l, IM1. No. SI, Ito.M, WEST 110UN1). I"11- I,t. I.oulmllle 7.15 R.m. 0 M I', m. WNtrolnl MU.m. 7.20 p.m. ItrimlrntKirK " "' '07 !' "' lrlnfclnn V.I "' SMp.m. m.'il . ". .2 I', m. Clntrrport 1h.Hs.iii. U 10 p.m. llRwmtlllc llilU.m. 10.10 p. ro. .rlporl ll::Wn.m. inMp.m 0rnlra 1 to p. in. Mil p. m. Hpoinmltr 1-W l. !' " Ar. HcmlirKon "!'. 11. K. m. No. 62, No. 4, KAsrnotiNii. iy- "''y t.T. Hnnlwon 7 18 . m. 3; Up. m WTs.m. 3J7..m. Owd,.'jrc. ".. 7 . in. i p. in. I.cwl.pnrt !ii9i.m. 6 us p. m 1U OAIn.ro. :"P m tloterporl...

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. — 16 March 1894

I CO w w a o 0 9 4 O M o o 00 u o 0) w o P. a 9 9 CO H 0 CO d O CO CD A U o s 4 1? P i I .3 H P rt o o 09 O C3 o h cS O & Pi 0) i Pi ft O rt ft S! hi hi $ i j CO o 4 9 U Pi 9 t Hartford Republican ruBLisiinn evkby fkiuay MOHNINO j. ii. koui:kn, Editor unit Proprietor. Friday, March 16, 1894. Ropublicau Ticket. Election, .Nov. 0. For Couuty Judge John P. Morton. For Shci fl Cal. P. Keown. For Comity Cljrk D. M. Hockcr. For County Attorney K. P. Neat. For Assessor N. C. Daniel. For Jailer Jown W. Black. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. For Coroner G. C. Wcsterfield. magistrates: Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosinc C L. Woodward. Cromwell Jont B. Wilson. Fordsvillc Buford consthiim:: Hartford Hosca Shown. Rosinc Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin. Fordsvillc Buford TO HAVE A HOME. The Reivtiilican is soon to have a homo of its own, scructhing unknown to any newspaper so far as we are informed, that has ever had an existence in the county. In iact it now has the place of its permanent secured,...

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