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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 22 April 1892

in BrinirYour Job Work X REPUBL to Tin: The Haeteoed Eepfblicajv. SUBSCRIBE urn nu: u 11 ru woll supplied with tlio Tory best mutoriul 1 anil have in our employ its mWili, KC02RS, hMm, OFFICIAL OMAN OF TEE PARTY IK HE FOURTH COM.RESSIOm DISTRICT. Au.b. Is idmct. jjood woikiuun ub can bu found. I 'rices reasonable. $1.25 'pen ear. & TiiJ sr VOL. IV. HA11TFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1892. NO. 38. :jm ss. State Directory (Inienior I, Y. Drown I.iaiiuiuiil iuTeitwr M.C.Alf.ird acrretnry of Chile ll.adley Attorney llrnrral W.J.Henilriok Auditor .1, (J Normea Trean.rer Henry Hale Keilalerof l.ixnd Office.... 0. II. Kweiifo Adjutant (leuural A J. (Jro upl. PuUI lnlriii"ll'n E. P. Tlioinien Clark A. Aitilainn PuHie rrihtir ... . K Polk Jolmxm Circuit Court mutine lliv 4lh Monday in May and r. . . , j,l, .-...I. P I.illie Cimm'uneltl.lluri.ey ....Joij .Noe Utfc V llanUkk 0oriaYe'lnner J ' Hum-It ig,l4, J I' Mprtnii ItlninPT H I ri'IlX H..L , Hon All ItnlbtiMik inVrin':::::....: jHfr I 1...

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 April 1892

rUUUOKl llonilblicail ' . ....T. . ., 7.T. . nnni tutiini ..' w ai a. n :... .. - - IMl'nr n.l.l'iiirklori. 'FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 181)3. Camkohnia experienced a ppverc earthquake Tuesday. Considerate ilniniigo was done- in several loenlitkf. Unr.v WonT (To. McChord and Charles 1). I'oynt. hnvc been nominated forRailroadCommiioncrs. Miss Maudi: Kiuk.man, of Ccntinl City, is a candidate for a place as lady commissioner to tho World's Kair. She U nn accomplished lady nnd would icllect ciedit on hem-It and State. Ycu.sci K. Au.ixo.v and W. H. Dnlancy, Louisville; .1. I). Hlnek, Harbouisville; J.W. nnd Dr. J. D. Clardy, Clnitinn county, are Kentucky' World'. Knir Coinmissionei!'. n i mil "."" Aw this U leap year it would lie exceedingly giutifying to the people if Democracy would break its record and propofe something. Rut it will never do it; Mich a thing is diteelly opposed to its akc up. It was our pleasure cot long since to visit the tluiving little cities of. Clovcrport nnd Hiirdinsbur...

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 April 1892

rtattateM Never SKHS" TA.1B. BROS. & CO'S 1 MJT TIYCX? if- Owing to tho fact that our trade lias been for the last three weeks so great thnt 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 offering you 10c. blench domestic 4-4 wide at 8c. I2'.c bleach domestic at 10c. '20c bed ticking warranted to hold feathers at 15c. 25c lurkey red table linen 20c. 25c pure linen u " 20c. 10c crash at 05c. Tie Brown cotton at 6'ic 7c prints nt 5c. 20c cotton jeans 15c to 18c. 80c satines, to close, at 12c. Those are only a few of our bargains. Visit us for prices and largest selections. $PDRHSS COODS.1 .i.i i.i iii .iii.iiiiiiii We play second on the fiddle to no one in the line. We have the stock, tint is telling who is selling the Dress Goods in Ohio county. Our line of trimmings, such as silk, velvets, braids, laces, chefibn, jet ornaments, buckles, etc., are beautifu'. mulched in the latest manner. before...

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 April 1892

Hartford Republican I hffrif ?'u,c1' A I lit lto iltar'iiiliiin. FRIDAY, APRIL '22, 181)2. Of Gonoral Intorost. Snuff lias been made from a very early period, first and most largely by tlio Spanish, who prepared it with caro and scented it with various materials. Next the low countries. Scotland and England extended and popularized the use- of smitl'. The American colonies prior to the revolution used the currency of Great Britain mainly. Only some subsidiary coins were minted in the colonics, nml these were all of copper, excepting in Massachusetts, where silver shillings were coined for several years. Barton Turner, n man found in Peekskill by the Jew York census takers, gave the names of seven wives whom he had married in his time. Tney had survived marriage with&liim periods ranging from two weeks to years. He is now eighty-one years old. CoHec bleaches and improves with age, but old codecs, which used to be highly esteemed, are no longer obtainable, as the prices of collee ...

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 April 1892

Lmirtn.iifi iu tin- lil Miiinli) in iui Ii iiiiiiilh Court i niiiriii Inl Mmi. 1 1) In Jiiniiuy, , ril. Jul) iiml i i. Csutt of Cla'.ma. Cmiil UrIiik Urn I ft Mmi 1 1) III Oilnliir iiikI liuiiinr) I ..I iMinr, HtklluLI. I llllt, l.'iMir. iTC. In-lit In Mmilii Jinn-, N- imilrr IK ii ml r, n 1 1 1 il iti i' tin h inn . I I i liiiiur, :., 1,1, I, I i J M. III l llllUlll), I,. i, i, i ijiui i ii . if. I I Nvll ii-, Ii, Ii, Ii, Ii. -. Km l.li. W II-. i r;.i h.. 1 1 IiiuiiU i ( I l l'l)ll. I I I l'i ill Ilium i I: I II. lull r, (.11 II I i)li.r S I. I'lllkllM'll, I' I. W.KI.I.IH l ItiKII All, II, I ,11. II. II, II 111 II 11 .', I, I, I I, .', .', i Mill-. II, ', ii, ", 7. , fi, A, ... Ii. I.', II, II, II PI, II, II, II, II I I M nir), II, In, II, 'i. II I Mur, I", 1-, r ( I' .Mill. 1 11,1,'UM.- 4 inirlk. 1'rom i. - 1 .1 Mil lull, Jii.lii". " I' U)nr, i..i.rl.nl. . i .N (' I'nil. I. -I W I'uiiil, ri tiniili - J I, im L'i 1 1- llolllnx, iimrtliftl. nnTi.iki W I. Iliikiii. Jihlvi.n I II. 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. — 29 April 1892

Hartford Republican rDIJUSHED KVl'.KY 1'MIIIAY MOllNINO. i?y,"n "nxivrr, "'n" ""UT""" FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1803. Tin: number of men working on the Exposition buildings is now more than 0,000. On sonic of tlio build ings work is proceeding day nnd night. A coMri.irri: collection of Ohio birds, including every variety known to live within the boundaries of the State, will bo an exhibit at the Exposition. In the Michigan exhibit " will bo a representation in wax of f00 specimens of fruit which grow in the Statu. It will bo prepared by a Kiil.unitzoo woman. Tun oratorical contest to bo given in June by the College is creating quite an interest, nnd something more than ordinary may bo expected fioin the various contestant?. Miss Lizzii: W.vi.kku's many friends and supporter.- are disappointed that she did not receive the place she sought at the handsof the Woild's Fair Coinmissioncis. She the place most assuredly. Ok tho 75, 3(10.000 feet of lumber required for the Exposition docks nnd elec...

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. — 29 April 1892

Fair Bros. & Cos HARD HITTFRS for the gfext 30 gays. '20 ets lor Turkey Red Tublo Linen. (! cts lor bunt Heaviest Domestic. f II J els for Rent Shilling. J I els lor Good Cnidi. lfi t'ls lor Good Cotton .Il'miih '2 els lor Rest 10 I Sheeting. H 8 vlri (or Drilling. 10 els lor Ret Outing Cloth. W r) cts for Good Calicoes. 8 10 c!h lor Salines, (ti lew styles lull.) '2 els fur Silks( lute.it 'JO eta lor I'migo am' I'inciipplcClntli 10 cts for wool-tilling Diew (JooiN 8, cts for Ladies IK'st Hi nek Hose. 121 cts for Auiciic.in Serges (very stylilij Ti I els for Ciood Ilia'- 1'iiiH. 0 els lor Men's Kiiie I ets Jin Lmliee' Yle. " lo els do.. I'm line Shell Hair 1'ins. T els foi niee Kiirhiug. Til) els lor an Ktiu " Ti 12$ ct for Silk Mitts. 10 els for Niee Tow els. l.'i els lor Nice Neckties. 10 cts tor (Hire Silk Luce, If) eti for Ladies Slippeie (wuimutid not to iip.) .ri ets for Hoy's Linen Cup. 1.00 for Ladies HuiuLnnic Hat, SI. 00 to g.VOO for Hoimcing (1$ yds. pattern.) 8.00 fo...

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. — 29 April 1892

Hartford Republican "Vriday, ai'kiiV'J!), wxl HARTFORD AND HARTFORD PEOPLE. Ky., April 2.'), 2. We could hear nothing of our old colored friend. Pace. His limber- on and on, then, until we the court house and after w.iudeii.i,: about for awhile we dropped in on .Mi-s Annie Lewii and we w.eie ically tempted to u hat any way, although siie had none for the stronger .-ex. but be fore wo knew what we were about we talking with Mr. W turner and looking 1 i 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 hi-shoes, then we were leiuiinied, we were not young again and thai the t'dcu tinie had not letuiued, and so we away fir a v. .ilk, u knew not wlurc, Irit c: lo.ig wo found our.-elves near tin mill dam. A 11,10 often have v ;mn tlieie with our little tiials an 1 wiighing us down, but imv hie w are aftir all these changes in the town we Iniu so well, aft- r all the and can- have tcone of- 1 many years, after our face-are our liair nr" gray, we have come a;aiu to see and heat win r wci.au if the things we loved, and as we l...

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. — 6 May 1892

fftkiiutitw , IV?3 P"S UriiifrYour Job Work S5f? W -Li ivmiEii to Tin: The Haktdri) Eepfblican. SUBSCRIBE FOIt TIIK Wo uro well supplied N wilii tliu voiy best inatoriitl and hiiVo in our employ us nOSERS & BARNEIT, Publisliere. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF .HE PARTV IN.IHs'rkiH C0M6RE5SI0MAL S1STR1CT. TERMS S1.25 Fir Aims, In Adunti, L'ood workmen us i'iiii be vr found. l'ricinrtsHhtiniiblo. $1.25 per year. m K VOL. IV. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1892. NO. 40. State Directory (iiitrnior ... I, V. llrnJn I.iiiitrniiit liniitmr M.C.Air.ird rWirliir) nl HI tin llivll,') A 1 1 . r 1 1 c Utile ml W.J. Ilemlnck ,ii.lilr v .1. J Noriiuin r Ilitir) Halo Itnilrtirnf 1iiiiMitlicK... H, II. Hmingu Aillutnnt (. nf rul rul. 11)1.1 1 liitru Hun.. I!. I'. TliiitiiKiui llcik . Aililmix Public I'l lull I) I'ulk JuliiiM! Ciriint fmirl i mil i in r tin- -II li .Miniila) In Mn) iul .Vivi iiiIn i. , ju.lgt I.l'l.illii' i'piiiiiii.iiiiiir" MiHini'i . . . .,'""..".' (ji,i rilinliiiik CihiiihIIiii r ...I I'll...

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. — 6 May 1892

Hartford Republican ruiiMsiiKii i:vi:ky fiiiday jiokninh. vIViia'm xiit, rMo" "'"' l'l"i,,i,,,,rv TlUDAY, MAY G, 1803. l: On May the 1st at Auchoragc u negro by the name of Henry Heady, witlioutcaiisc, shot and killed n white man by the name of Hillman. Heady made his escape but will be lynched if caught. Tim: St. Louis says all tho "good western men" whom the Democrats nrc considering aro renegade Hepublicans. On the other liiiiid the ones the Hepublicans have in view have always been sound and aic yet. Thk Freed ma nV tiuihfi, a paper publ'shcd at Owciisburo by Colored editors, reached our ollicc Tucday The (Jlnrimt is ably edited and i neat in its Tlic Colored race can be greatly benefited by such a paper, anil they should it their hearty support. In Wyoming a civil war has been going on between the the Cattle Kings. Heeonlly .1 headed by the, Cuttle Kings weiv by about five bundled lern at the T. A. Hanch.nnd the Government had to send tro ps to their relief. RALPH'S CHAPEL. Mii...

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. — 6 May 1892

A Fair Bros. & Co.'s HARD HITTERS ot the gext 3 gays. 120 cts lor Turkey Bed Tublo Linen. II vtH for best Heaviest Domestic, 5 (J eta for lk'ht Shirting. 4 I cts far Uood Crush. IT) cts for Good Cotton .leant '2u etx foi liepl 10 1 Sheeting. 8 etc lor Dulling. 10 els lor Best Outing Cloth. 5 ets for (j'ooiI Calicoes. 10 eis for Snliii(r. (n Jiw si vies left.) V2 cts fur Fine .lii 20 cts lor Ponge am' litiu:iiilcClotli 10 cts for lrcss (limils -SJ cts for L ulius lleit Black Hose. 12elsloi Aimiicuii .Scige (very stylislij 5 I els for (iooil llinw. l'iiw. 5 cts lor Men's Fine lliindciehiifs 10 cts for Ladies' Vests. ') 15 ets iln. foi line .Shell Hair Pins. r foi nice Uuehing. T)0 ets lor an Extiu Coiset. 5 12A cts for .Silk Mitts. 10 cts for Nice Towels. IT) cts lor Nice Neckties. 10 cts for pure Silk Lace. 7.") ets for Lathes Slippers (warranted not tu tip.; " cts for Bos Linen Cap. SI. 00 for Ladies HaiiiLome Hat, SI. 00 to S.V00 fur Flouncing H ).ls. pattun.) 8S.00 for Mens Pu...

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. — 6 May 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, MAY G, 1893. Owensboro Correspondence. There is great deal ot tnlk going on here about the future bright prospect of dear old Haitford, most everybody conversing on that subject is impressed that Hartford will be the railroad town after all. They think there is no trading place like Hart, lord in Ohio county. It is the only place away from the railroad, these people carry the style of the season with them, in fact, there is nothing in the world that Hnitfori.'s inei chants don't bring on. Theic is the well-known firm of "Sara it Me," which always has the latest style for Hartford's belles. There is the old reliable and largest trading place in the county, M. M. Khan's, known better us Hartford'" Tunic I'ul.icc, an establishment, which only can Hud its equal iu the largest cities carijing the finest stock of clothing and gents furnishing goods at uaouallc pi ice. So that people i'luin all adjoining counties go thcie to .-cine the bt bargains it oll'eis. Wh...

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. — 13 May 1892

1 HeirrUr) iiIHIhIh .... Ilixillr) Attorney lleiiinil .W .1. lleinlni k u.ll tor .Norman 'Irm.iirir He nr) Hale KiKl'I'rnr .anlttHie H. II Viljultiiit !) in J.llni Supt. I'lihlir InMiiiillon I". I'. l,,r)( A Ad. tain. I'ublie 1'iliilrr ' K I'olkJi.linani COTTiTSTT 31 Circuit 1'nutt roiitrnta tliu lib Monday In Mn) Jlldgv ..I.l'l.lllll Oiimiiuiivrriillli'n Alturui) .V,J".' ;".' (jjgfll M I Iltlhlv.il k UuMinla.lonrr J ' "'"" " cotroT'STr Judxe - "' "W'VL' Attorney f ' r"i cm, rL Ituwuii IliillruoU Mierlll j ' lr jailer -' ' I "Wwii luurlioiiene.llilt .Minuli) hi . hi Ii month Q'W.A.nTIISSii'jr CSVBS. I'ouil content the Vcl Mon.li) In January, April, July mid Ik toUr. Csutt of Claims. Court beiilui tin' lit MoihIm In t' ll r an. I laiiu.r). Ju.tic hi Id In Mil nh, June, Si .ti .nU r .ml liooml r, n. .rilili"ii.loiiiilliHiiiiii.". ( J it liirmr, , 4,1, I. Itiri.il. ij MiKlmll.), li '. '. II tt in) ll)UllllH'. H. I II., II, l -. Kiiimii, H, I'. II. 'I.li. Wllmli, n ii.tiihlr I K.I In- ....

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. — 13 May 1892

Hartford Republican rutJUHiiKt) liVhiiv ntiuAY moiini.no. Jo ' To Who wish no(ii:its. ) ,. .11. I..- .. " ' ' ' ' n. nAnxtrrr,""" FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1802. P. Backkh, ex-City collector of Covington is short 831,000 in his accounts. Josi:rn W. FiKi'.it was nominated for Govenor of Illinois nt the Republican State Convention at Springfield, May the 5th. At Franklin, ICy., May 5, Sam Wickman, colored, rode into town with a double barrel shotgun, and surrendered himself to the Sheriff, saying he had killed James Ford, n white man near Middletown.a place near by. Wiekm.iii h.i I yon to Middlctown to buy a uiflin O hi-dead child, and Ford N s.ii I to have provoked an cngngt'iiient. W'ickiuiii is industiious and lias tin; sympathy of the people. Younii man, if you have not chosen u trade or a profession already, choose one. Don't waste half your life i.i trying to decide what you will do for a living. Set about studying your abilities and your, inclinations. Call 'n judgment and common sense t...

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. — 13 May 1892

corbie to s:eei tjs. I Cpes, who has married the semi idiot-Graduate students and other t ieson ofn rich man, who is a dhgrace dents purHiiug special lines of to his people. And yet, k well docs ligation in any field in Lelaiid Stan- he love the hand that heats him, so ford, Jr., Univereitv, are allowed . like a wretched enr i he that he wi Iree access to the great Sutro Library in San The library, founded by Mr. Adolplms Sntro, contains ' It has always been generally be-1 lieved that snow keep; the ground (inning, accordingly, it N interesting to learn from observations niadc recently al that at n depth of fourteen inches of the soil, when covered with two feet of snow, wa ten degrees warmer than at the The British Treasury again rejoices in a small surplus. Last year it was about 83,000,000. This jcar is a little better, amounting to S.'MIOO.OOO. The largest sou ice of British revenue last year wiw tobacco, the tax on which produced SoO.OOO.OOO. The Pope, who is a great biblio phi...

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. — 13 May 1892

41 lias far C,V ''- -' Tr Hartford Republican i'UiiuBiiti) r.vi:r.Y i'iiiday mousing. .."Jl'HiVrr '' '"" "l"1 ''r"l '""'" ( .-I. IS IV.S I. 1 , I FR1DYY M VY 1 5 ' lStd '-- , Don't fail to attend the Republican Convention, Monday, May '?). Tin: recent municipal election in Indiana don't seem t" indicate that the people are going back on the Republican p.uty. Not much. Tin: Republican- of 1'ieckeiuidge county will hold their Convention Saturday, May ',', at The call will be next week. Wat I i:i;son says he's tued of telling the truth for the Demociatic paily, and no wonder. That'- a mighty unthankful job among the Demniics. In Lecd, 'England, u fue trade city, population, it i slid not one laboi crowns hi-home. In Philadelphia, Ph., population, 1,000,000 mote than 1M),000 home-arc owned by working people. This is the way Wutterson puts it: "At I ceo if, we can only elect with the vote of Now York, w liieh the faction- in the Empire State make hope-le--i for any nomination identilied ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 13 May 1892

MA"2 1892. May, May, May! m r f ' ar a7graagTgfarjpyra;a Ye, you iimy ileal with u ns iiiiicIi u you wih, became we know we e.in nii in GOODS mid PRICKS. May is a niontli tlint wo nil want .Spring Goods not only want tlicni hut iiiiipI have tliuiu nml tlie U where to go. Well, we ndvio you to follow ttii' in I they will leid y m to Hartford Temple of Fashion Where Good are wild lower than at any other houeo in Ohio county. Everything ho.ight nml sold for CASH. One hundred cents gets One Dollar' worth of (iooili. Fanners who want hig Spring hills at living price, arc solicited to conic ami bring their family, huy their hill ami fee if wo arc not in lor what i riht. Keail what we have in our dillWent Department". DRESS GOODS. Our dock in this Hue is immciifc, ol the la-tort weacs io Cotton anil Woolen Fabrics, such us Cords, unpolled Plaids Henrietta's Arnicniau Cloth, Chevron Suitings, Pineapple nml Pongee Cloth, Vnh silks, Silks, Coitl ilu Roi, Lawns, White Goods, Crepou in hhick an...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 13 May 1892

ton, or cows more than he needs d rs. "Now, if two employer.' are after one laborer, as hi Montana, wage tobcr, and it will take a great many more 'dollars' to get one pig than it .would take if the pig had no of their value. Dut the.-e extra 'dollars' will do the man who sell-the pig, no good, because the man who .-ells spools of thread anil calico will want more of them for hi- goo K This hanneiis.iiot because tne inr u'ui c.r.ico urge that a far in ire popular measure will be the passage of a law nine a do.n." A Protective Tariff llio B"St lor P.ovoniic. .i . lulu .j Vhnii ihe I! ! a" !n!o jiower in 1M1 firm 1 n ri venue svstem totally iii:nl,iiiiatu lo tho cjuiis a of the Cinxeriiiiieut. Mr. 13 ic'i.in.m' a.liiiiiiistrit'o.i l.a 1 upo'udud alio it n'i ),(i;),),(l!ii), inorii than i:. tei'cipl To top-i-this i stem, in wi'II an to provide as far as possibli for tin) epf i. lit are- of tho war. a new was u d n'i a jir ace lien lino. .Many clianos lia I eo i in ule sinco then, fir t...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 13 May 1892

J rir fiiTimiiMiiifanrriHtiMigrfnimriri mi r fin i wammmuamaagBsaam ANDERSON 9 s BAZAAR STILL LEADS! Thi ; (erar.il S(oiv has, b.y induslr.y and linmsl v. Imilj up a (rmle to he. envied !,y all: Tlic HAZAAIi S.yslrm is to have no "jruin" or "dickering''' aliout lio price on any anidu, IniUo have the price marked plainly on each arlicle and (hal is (lie, prire at which said article is sold. "ONUS I'RICK TO ALL" is our moHo. Here is where wmr Child can Inn iotls i ehi';'p as (he shrewdesl, closes! buyer The !5 ZAAH is now chock full of now, seasonable goods and is having a magnificent trade. Wc can't tell you all about our harness here, but if you need any goods, we feel sure it will be to your interest to drop in at the Bazaar and post yourself on prices which are always right. DRY GOODS. We have a'.l (he staple and fancy Dry Caoods i;. iicrally carried by a first-class si or-1. Here you can buy Calicoes, Lawns Mulls, Toweling, Table 1 iind brown t'o(loiis,Tickings, Shirting. Sheetin...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 13 May 1892

Hartford Republican " FRIDAY, MAY 13, 189 a. HARDINSBURG. Tho grand jury of this,onr county, lias distinguished itself. During tlio past year tlie. train lias been run over the I.. II. & W. U. R. on Sundays for tho purpose of carrying out "timbers, l'lic me" who sont out tho trains, mid also those who assisted in loading tho timber, have all been indicted. This is right. Tho Sabbath is made Holy by Divino proclamation. If a sense of right does not constrain men to it, the strong nrm of tho law-should ma ;o itself folt on all offenders. John Casio, of Clovorport, was in town last week. He reported municipal politics at fever heat i i hi- town. Charles I.iglitfoiit has boon nominated by the Democratic party fur Mayor, while Iliiho Miller islioToro the people as the People's candidate. Charles Ole was i.i ti v.i I ut week. Frank Fraier, Dudley ll.iuibleton and It. L. Xewson, all of Cloverpnrt, wero attending court List ueek. .1. Y. Lewis, a Idi lin r o; the Brandenburg bar, was att...

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