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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 9 November 1894

A. fiat- 1 , , 1, r: if "ji :tf if iSR xil Before iPie fTall You could get along somehow without a Wrap, but now that the season is advanced Ociier arments Arc a necessity. Vnv Bros. " Co. have placed on a sale a very desirable line in Fall and Winter weights, at cheaper' prices than those which 1 When times were flush and. money easy to get. To-day you can get a bealiful cloak or wrap for .vfcffcY v' f Cash. Perhaps tp Tariff did not. At, any rate, the weathe'r proves that fslowyba. need onj And Fair Bros. & Co. arc prepared to mcct your demands. In fact the best place to trade is wilh J:he old reliable house of FAER. &co. y Friday, Novkmiirr 9, J 1894. , S Haled hay at T. II. Hem's. 13 4t W.H. Williams wants 1,000 pouiiJs butter. New lot of millinery coods just le aved at Carson & Co. Wc will pay in trade labels jcr ; f?Joz lor eggs Carsov & Co. Miss Viola Woterfielcl is visit!. 14 ' her urarulmother.Mrs. Jane Arnold, Cromwell. W. II. Williams will receive on tomor...

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 November 1894

M , h i 7 Hartford Republican Friday, Novbmdeu 9, 1894. A DOCTOR'S PHILANTHROPHY Thousands Afflfotod by Chronic Catarrh Under Proo Troatmont. The first day of November, 1S93, Dr. Hattmsui gave his consent to take charge of the treatment of 10,000 cases of chronic catarrh free of charge. The announcement was nt once in all the leading papers, when the applications came pouring in from every State in the Union. With a large number of clerks and stenographers to assist him, the doctor actually directs the treatment of thousands of cases by correspondence, which costs the patent nothing, except the necessary medicines, which are obtained at the nearest To become a patient it is only necessary to send name and address, describe symptonsand minute directions as to diet, sanitary regulations, and other advice will be sent promply. Wherever Dr. Hartman is known the name of has become a household word. It is safe to say that no medicine in existence is used by so many families as This is esp...

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 November 1894

V f U --,' f. n. t 'huj ' HAVE YOU PAID iITk tvi:iiTir NO ItATKK THE REPUBLICAN -01'- The Haeteobd Republican. mi ti.h. ARB VKllY K15AS0NAIII.K AND THIS TAG CIRCULATION IS VERY LARGE-. Will show how you stand with Tho Republican. Pay up and onoyoarln Advanco and we WE DO JOB WORK will send you Tho Loulsvllla OF OFFICIAL ORGAN Or THE PARTY IN TBE FOUF.TH CQME5SI0KAL DISTRICT. Unnhltl Pm WUIIIIIIVIVIUI WiniTtl f I WUU arte, n JTUAI Subscrlbo at (VVUUIMY onco. aSxroi'ST" ECLlxxcl. VOL. VII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBBU 1G, 1894. NO. 16. f V ivoRMrV 'iajm 99XoPURE bOTT ACCEPT TM2 PCXCm I CAM-C CO. CIW. rowniwnWiiw irym ? ANYWHERE! EVERYWHERE! QUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS ... o .. vi T-. 6(iBsaDBaKMio&SQutiW6S(era RAILROAD, To ths Sprints and Mesatalns of Virginia. To the Lake and Woods of tho Ntrth, To tho Seashors and the Ocean, TO Abb. IHE PROMINENT RESORTS in Tn UNITED STATES AtlO CANADA Al WILL A. TO .B Pleasant Spots near Home: OHATBON BPKIKI, DAWSOK SPUDfaB, ' OHITTEtJDEN SPRIN...

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 November 1894

r I - - SJ "J - j;. W v. r i r : I ! Hartford Republican ruDLisnnn every Friday morning HAW A. AMtl'.nSON Proprietor. JO. II. HtmEKH IMItor. Friday, Novkmubr 16, 1894. . If King Politics bo willing wo now inovo that everybody tnko a rest. It is u fine ol from five to dollars to hunt on tho enclosed lands of another without his consen t. When may tho peoplo hear from the electric light proposition ngaiu? That's too good a thing lor Hartford tc lose. Heiie's dimes to doughnuts that in a days journey you could not find a task half bo uninteresting as tho reading of an news-paper. The attention of our readers is called to the table giving tho official vote of tho county in tho recent election. Its careful perusal will reveal surprises to him who believes that time docs not change things From November loth to January 1st nimrods are allowed to shoot partridges provided they do so outside of enclosures, or inside enclosures if they have previously obtained consent of tho owner or tenant. ...

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. — 16 November 1894

t. ASSE " V"- I .; " ';? fey " . aS96SSl'"' HHHht 1111111? nnwrfwe fi Jr "a!, - 44 tr r t f I AS '.- m .f' k j .- l Mm''' ' v t 'Vi t 1 'Before the JTall You cou!d get along somehow without a Wrap, but now that the season is advanced ".ci'ter arments Are a necessity. Fair Bros. & Co. have placed on a sale a very desirable line in Fall and Winter weights, at cheaper prices than those which wee: & wok When times were flush and money easy to get. To-day you can get a bealiful cloak or wrap for VERY i Call on Watkins, the barber, when you wish a first-class shave, shampoo. Messrs. J. IS. Rowe and Joe Noc, Owensboro, have been in town this week. Mrs. T. II, Beau visited relatives at Sulphur Springs Saturday and Sunday. Watkins. the new barber, will give you an easy shave or a good hair cut. Call on him. ( Mrs. J. W. Ford and Mrs. R. IS. LceSimmerman have returned from j Owensboro. Mr. A. C. Ellis, Kinderhook, lost a fine marc last Saturday morning, by being snagged. Mrs. S. S. St...

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 November 1894

j1 ' r i Hartford Republican Friday, Novismdkr 16, 1894. HARD WINTER May be Looked for, at Least that is What the Backwoods Prophets Predicts. And all tho Timo Honorod Signs Booms to Agroo with Thorn. When it conies to figuring out what kind of a winter this one wilt be Farmer Dunn is not in the race with his country rivals who base their prognostications upon time honored proverbs and the doings of wild and domestic animals. Farmer Dunn is clearly at a disadvantage, however, because his limited quarters on top of the Equitable Building do not admit of the keeping of larm yard animals, and he hasn't time to go over to Jersey to see what the wild ones are doing. So Mr. Dunn doesn't try to compete with the rural prophets and confines his prognostications to the daily forecast of the weather indications for the coming thirty-six hours. He says the old proverbs, in which the modest prophets of the country place such confidence, are nil rubbish, and that it is not possible, even with all...

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 November 1894

B It jk M' 4iiihhiiiiuiiihii mi mniiaaH)MWiwiWuHMWmuMM mtmmm aaauuui i MMrmittmmm run dvi:iitinmii uatik HAVE YOU PAID TOT rsEFUBTJCAK 01' The Hakteord Bepublicak YOUB lllPTION. IHJ V !.., I 1. .b 1 i AMI THIS TAG CIRCULATION IS VERY LAKBf. Will show how you stand with Tho Republican. Pay up and WE DO JOB WORK ono year in Advnnco and we i OF OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IK THE FOURTH COKQRESSIOHAL DISTRICT. Wookly will send Commorcial you Tho Louisville ono year ESTTOirxr T3L1T1 CL rroo. suoscrioo atonco. VOL. Vll. HARTPOED, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1894. NO. 17, JmkG)OAP bON'T ACCEPT TH2 u gamsix co ?5!r7T ? ANYWHERE! EVERYWHERE! CUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS Ana on aia via mm GHesapftMdlo&Souttwesfsnt KA.IL.KOAD, To (ha Springs and Mountains of Virginia. To tho Lakes anil Woods of tho North, To tho Soashore and the Ooean, TO Abb THE PROMINENT RESORTS of IM THBp UNITED STTESHD CANADA At VTKU. f U THIS Pleasani Spoj near Home: aAY80N sparyas, is DAWSOW SPRINGS, ORincaNDEN SPJtlNGS, ,...

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 November 1894

V Hartford Republican rUDUSIIED EVEBY FIUDAY MOBN1NO NAM A. AM)i:ttN(). Froprlrlor. JO. II. RIM1KHN Keillor. Friday, Novrmbrr 23, 1894. ! Hartford doesn't want nuy sa- ( loons. t Rev. Fred D. Hale, the eminent Owensboro preacher, 13 conducting n great revival nt Louisville. The official count in tho Second Appellate District gives Judge Gufly 1,4(51 majority over his opponent, Judge Reeves, for Judge of Court of Appeals. What has happened that the friends of tho open saloon consider themselves stronger now than when they withdrew the open saloon proposition a year or bo ago? On last Sunday morning two men were shot at Oweasboro and both mortally wounded because soraabody was drinking. And yotit is now proposed to legalize tho salo of whisky in Hartford by having open saloons. The people of this county by a majority of over 700 aaid: "We will uot havo the open saloon in our midst." Does Hartford proposo to override this declaration and trample under foot the voice of tho whole county...

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 November 1894

T li" - - - i pi" j,uuiLgifca w - - a,mmm -? r 'Before the ft all . You could get along somehow with- out a Wrap, but now that the r season is advanced Q& (Garments Are a necessity. Fair Bros. $r Co. have placed on a sale a very ble line in Kail and Winter weights, at cheaper prices than those which When times were flush and money 'easy to get. To-day you can get a bcutiful cloak or wrap for Cash. Perhaps the Tariff did it perhaps not. At any rate, the '' .veathcr proves that Njcjw yoci need onS And Fair Bros. & Co. are prepared to meet your demands. In fact the best place to trade is with the old reliable house fFAXR. f. OO. Friday, Kovi:mhi:r 23, 1894. See Carson !c Co's new Furniture. We will pay 15 cents per dozen for Fggs at Carson & Co. Mrs. G. C. Westcrficld is visiting in Ciincyvillc this week. We sell two spools of Thread for 5 cents at Carson & Co For the best of staple and f incy Groceries, call on Carson & Co. We will pay fi.oo per bushels for of Swee...

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 November 1894

yt , Hartford Republican Friday, Novrmiirr 23. 1894. THE BENT WAS NOT ? HniirO A Woinnn Nliowrtl llrrrir 18 Inn Ninnrt For Iter ilorili 'heymet in n street car, the with a golf cape remarked: still have the same house." J'Yes, and at the same rent," remarked the woman with the ostrich boa. ''But I thought your landlord had decided to raise it?" i'He did, but somehow I didn't expect to move, though Tom gave up the house at once. You see, I really can't afford to have any more smashed in moving wagons. I've lost enough already to stock n department store." 1 'So you have decided not to move. ' ' "Not quite, dear. You see, I told the landlord that I was sorry to move but we really couldn't afford a higher rent nud that I, myself, would gladly show the house to intending tenants. Then I set every 100111 in order and waited." ' "Well." "Well, I really thought that the first woman that came would take it. I praised the closets and told her what swell neighbors we had and" "Hut I thought y...

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. — 30 November 1894

C . 4 Nh" W dn ' J. ' A V ,'. HAVE YOU PAID TUB ADVKItTIrllNU HATRB THE REPUBLICAN -Of- The HaetdbI) Bepitblica. roinjpaiRioi! AHR VttHY UltASONAllLlt AND THIS TAG CIRCULATION IS VERY LARGT. Will show how vou stand with Tho Republican. Pay up and WE DO JOB WORK onoyearln Advance and we will sond you The Louisville OF OFFICIAL QRCAK Of THE PARTY in THE FODRTH CONQRCSSIOKAL DISTRICT, Wooklv Commorolal ono veir I freo. Subscrlbo atonco. Elvery IS.li3.ca.. VOL. VII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1894. NO. 18. i 99 DON'T ACCEPT THt PnOCTM a QAMCl CO. CtlTTL ANYWHERE 1 ? EVERYWHERE! 8UMM1M XOURSION TICKETS , tttsapiiikeMo&MfygeslNi t RAILROAD, To tha Springs and Mountains of Virginia. To the Lakes and Woods of the North, To the eashert td the Ooean, TO AIili THE PROMINENT RESORTS in T UNITED STATl AND CANADA Al WIU aH TO THE Pleasant Spotf near Home : GRAYSON SPRINGS, D AWSONje KINO B, OailENDEN SPRINGS, CERULEAN SPRINGS, Famoui for IMi Social, Healthful, and Itconomlc J Advanta...

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. — 30 November 1894

Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOItNINO NAM A. ANDKftftON Proprietor. JO. n. HOMF.KN Editor. Friday, November 30, 1894. Subaoribors Tako Notice Do you owe us any subscription? If so, please send or bring it to us. We need it. We bnvo to pay cnh for everything. In fact,' it tnkes lots of money to run a newspaper. Wo nro now, nud have been, sending somo statements to our subscribers. Don't wait to rcccivo a stnteruent.but examine tbo label on your paper and see what you owe aud send the nmount to us without delay. Per haps your account is small, but we have so many of theso small accounts that they soon make big ones. Bee to it thnt you do not get a dun. Remember, when you pay up for TiiEREruuucANandono year in advance you will receive tho Now York Weekly Tribune or the Louisville "Weekly Commercial one year Free. By all means, if you owe us on subscription, pay up. Allow the open saloon hero and you ruin our school. Peace, quiet and good order are the requirements of a we...

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. — 30 November 1894

lM H8JSMP T .' THANKS FAIR A CO. Are cheerfully rendered by To the many patrons who have come to them during the year,and FOR BLESSINGS PAST. In spite of what has been a rather trying year, we have much to be thankful for, and we all unite -. f in the HO PDk - l''. $lj That, times day on. 7 vt willinrr (help you. fOR THE FUTURE, As in the past, their prices will be down near the bed rock and their stock way up in quality. FAIR BROS. $ CO., The Dry 1 i House of Hartford. aV. Friday, November 30, 1894. See Carson & Go's new Furniture, For general family supplies call on Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. We sell two spools of Thread for 5 cents. Carson & Co. All kinds of fresh groceries at Z. Wayne Griffin & Hro's We will pty 15 cents per d.rcen for IJgga. Carson & Co. ' Wanted. 50 bushels of hickory nuts Call at Republican Office. For Doors and Window Sash, all kinds, call on Z. Wayne Griffin 81 Bro. Mrs f. K. Kowe, Onrensb'ro, is the guest of her father. Hon. B. D. Walker. ...

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. — 30 November 1894

rt M l k ; iv,' Hartford RmHiblican Friday, Novhmbkr 30, 1894. SHE MURDERED FOR BEAUTY TJsod Hor Viotim's Blood for ' Hor Complextion. ConntrM Bnthorl Tortnrra nml Kill 600 Mnldriia In nix TrimTint HnplMNOiir Klilnnpped.Im. prisoned and Nlnln With Gle. No more remarkable criminal ever lived tbau the Countess Elizabeth Bathori the countess of blood a murderess, who almost unaided, deliberately killed 6sopeoplein 6 years. Her diabolical crimes are described in a volume now in press in a leading publishing house in Breslau. The Countess Elizabeth was the niece of Bathori or Bathory, king of Poland, and wife of the Hungarian Count Nadasdy. She was born in the latter half of the 16th centu ry. The author describes her as a woman of much apparent refinement, slender in figure, delicate in appearance, educated and accomplished. In her crimes she was aided by a man servant and two women, all of whom seem to have entered into the villainy with quite as much fervor as the mistress herself. Th...

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. — 7 December 1894

HvwarsR. e v "K7 ' ..V ' ("i' Ti i "V V . r,A"u T -a r ikK - r T &: 'V WW BlWllli I IH 1HJ.JIM mtkm A THE TIIK ADVr.RTMINU REPUBLICAN -Of- BATES The Hart Eepfblicai imwmm HAVE YOVPAIp. v"" .k,.kw,J ! AUK VKRY KAiONA!.K AND THIS TAG .., CIRCULATION IS VERY LARG . Will show how you stand with WE Tho Republican. Pay up and DO JOB WORK one year In Advance and w OF OrrtCXAL (MX Or TBE PARTY IX TEE NOME CQXB&ISSIOXAl dSSTftlCT. Weekly will send Commercial you The Loulsvlle one year e mtrery :E5L1t 3L. free. Subscribe at once. i . T v vol. vn. HAKTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1894. NO.19. r 7 -, ssvf ,0 IvoRf&rv DON'T ACCEPT Wl fllOOTCJI b QAUCU CO, ONTL ANYWHERE I V EVERYWHERE! UMMKR KXOURSieN TICKT ... a. .ai. . . CluiKitiUlelSiilliHujin RAJI.IIOAD, Ta tha 8prlnf and MoaaUlatarVlrilala. Ta tht Lakea and Woada f tha Nsrth, , To the Seaihore and tha Ooeaa, TO Milt THE PROMINENT RESORTS UNITED STATESAND CANADA Al wr.t. Aa TO THE Peasant Spots near Home: QUAYSON SPJUNOS, SAWSOJ...

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. — 7 December 1894

ir' i iT"" 3 F ' v W r ft i s YOUR MONEY ;, WILL NOW BUYA BETTER SUIT OR CLOAK Than ever before, PROVIDED you go where you can get the SUIT or CLOAK you want. Wo have them, and if you will call your visit shall pay you. Our young Men's FINE SUITS cannot be duplicated in this country and they are going. In LADIES WRAPS we defy competition in stylesjmd prices, in all colors and styles and at prices from $2 to $15. GALL AT ONCE! HOCKER & CO. Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING NAM A. ANDEIIAOX Proprietor. JO. B. noOF.IW - ...Ed Hor. Friday, December 7, 1894. Subscribers Take Notice. Do you owo us any subscription? If bo, please send or bring it to us. We need it. We have to pay caili lor everything. In fact, it takes lota of money to run a newspaper. We nre now, and have been, sending some statements to our subscribers. Don't wait to receive a statement.but examine the label on your paper and see what you owe and send the amount to us without delay. Perhaps your acco...

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. — 7 December 1894

aaaaaMiraMaMiajsjiaiMtBiisaawawawaBeaaaaiaaBastMSMaaakJsaMiiaBBiWJaaB hbhh vi Hi , 'ir wrssBflwiia - ' THANKS FAIR A CO. HOPE MUW v Are cheerfully rendered by returned from Call on Watkins for a good, easy have or a nice hair cut. Watkins, the barber, is prepared to gWe you the very tst work. We will pay 1$ cents per dozen for Kggs. Carson & Co. Miss Mattie Sanderfur is visiting Miss Mamie Sallee, Henderson. ' Mrs Jennie McHenry and Mr John J. McHenry visited Buford last Tuesday. Mrs. E. D Guffy and Miss Mercedes, were is this week. Miss Viola WestcrBeld after visiting Several weeks in Cromwell will return home to-morrow. The Bon Ton Social Club gave a very pleasant dance at the Court House last Friday evening Mr S T Aruoid au I .uothr I. .. A. J. Arnold who have been visiting in Daviess and Ohio counties returned to their home near Cromwell Wednesday I will preach at Old Salem, near theoldCaney Prscinct njxt'iatli at 11 o'clock, and at Rosine at night f. -. To the many patrons ...

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. — 7 December 1894

Vn' r. lV FT L rr i i If 7K K I jv W' i ' ., , - - . Hartford Republican FRibAY, Dbcrmber 7, 1894. MEDICAL BOOK FREE. Vnlnnble Informnllon for the or fttnrirnt. Any one or more of the following described books will be sent free by The Drug Manufacturing Company of Columb us, Ohio, to any man or woman of family in the United States, Canada and Mexico ing December and January. Orders should be sent in early as the issue may be exhausted. 1. The Ills of Life Fourth Edition A short, plain description of all diseases, and the treatment for each. A complete home guide to health. a. Family Physician For 2 Second Edition. The best popular book on the prevention and treatment of catarrh and other diseases of cold weather in print. 3 The Almanac. This Almanac contains.bcsidesthe regular monthly calendar, a Jewish calendar; information of particular value to farmers, machanics, and business men; tables, statistics, eclipses, and much valuable medical information. A copy of this Almanac should ...

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. — 14 December 1894

BYSaSBa1. y- -- -- - - ' . r i 1-, I 9, TnK ABTKBTIBIBB BATB y aa SB ' ,W,.j w Iff ARvKnvA.oKA,KAHD X H vi : XxiijQxJjUJxJLf M Hi VOL. VII. . 1 Ivory ! 6oaP) Mi . aaaaaaaaa btbbibbtbi EamUiUJ5i?. DUDE'S LATEST FREAK. lhat ln harryfUffb tSernit With the God I lSJPl ltlrt, ave we know her BEST FOR 5HIRT5. TM pnoortn a oamdu eo. onm. CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EXCURSION. SATURDAY DEC. 22. HALF RATES Between all Billion, wilhln adl.tancc of loo Mile. Ticket! Cooil Until Dec. Jjd. CMstnas art New Yurs ExcwsIms. December tt, J, u, 3. and December Ji and January I. TWO-THIRD RATES Between all Station! within a dl.tancc of joo Mile.. Ticket. Cood Until Jan. j. 189$. For Rate., Ticket, and further Inclination, call on any Agent of the C. C & S. W. R. R. JOUN BCUOLS, . II. LYNCH, GEN. MQK. OtN. PAS. ACT. Cotton 'Belt Route (tit. Louis Southwestern Ry.) iTO Arkax&as, Tcxm M 1 THE ONLY LINE With through Car Service from -mm to iim. No change ol Cars to OR IVTEllMEDITE POINTS. Tvo Daily V ais Ca...

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. — 14 December 1894

f I-?" WJT t v -- ( &&&&. Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOBNIKO HAH A. AWDERSQltf Proprietor. JO. B. ROC1EIW Editor. Friday, December u, i894. Subscribers Take Notice. Do you owe us any subscription? If so, please send or bring it to us. We need it. We have to pay cash, for everything. In fact, it takes lots of money to run a newspaper. Wo are now, and have been, sending some statements to our subscribers. Don't wait to receive a statement.but examine the label on your paper and see vnat you owe aua sena ido amount to us without delay. Per haps your account is small, but wo have so many of these small accounts that they soon make big ones. See to it that you do not get a dun. Remember, when you pay up for The Republican and one year in advance you will receive tho New York Weekly Tribune or the Louisville Weekly Commercial ono year Free. By all means, if you owo ijs on subscription; pay up. i i m Good Reading Free. Besides giving our patrons one of the b...

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