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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 14 December 1894

i" ..Jfe to it a 1 3 J I! fl I I IB vr V t tt t xiU BBflHfVje"lA HM .iuWr - m'iyi?mu iV'V VH? 17 uiKj jjrjb?: VtfSKSf x i .1 JWtWaf ' tVl I P .''.- " , i' r ; v rs "f &- W'K ' i 1- THE STAR OF HOPE - J. E. Cornelius and W. II. Mauzy have about completed a handsome stock barn for apt. S. K. Cox on his farm in the east end ot town. Nothing but fat calves will be kilK ed by Hall Bros., therefore their meat will always be good. Call on them for anything in their line. Hall Bros, will keep constantly on hand the very freshest and best meat to be found in the market. Give them a call and get the very best. Died on the 5th inst., the infant daughther of Mr. and Mrs. John Render, of Central Grove, aged one month. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the entire community. Mr. S. T. Chambers, ofHtoile, Barren county, Ky., will arrive in Hartford the last of the month and will be the guest ol his aunt, Mrs. D. F Caw- thorn, a few days He will be accompanied home by his cousin, Miss Su...

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. — 14 December 1894

il &s wtv wkA' companied for use. Address rfie Drug Manu-! facturing Company,- Columbus, Ohio, for a copy or their latest" catarrh book. Sent free to any address. ' ' 3 ' m The Whlaky Hnuntw. Please allow me space itf your uable papcrjoxajewwords on the above subject. rtth complete (directions There is but .one v thing to be gained by thPfpeoplefbf . Hartford when they vote Tor sat Sons" in 3'our,midstf, and that is iuore'tnxes to help pay for the school that is in the cause of my bejngjnJhis place if torment." VIsitur.jailsCindOl3k those inside theoprioon. walls cause of their betas: tenths of them will sav whisltv. Nine-tents of the crimes cdnymjtKd the world overpwa$ I caused (rjpnt.thap effects of strondrink. DoctOM pre' scxibe.whisky ag a tonic and appetiz er for the 6lck, whenHie said"! TaOTJS "fhfrtifffW zsmamw So long as thejjhljky keeps fti strength a person feels sireugthened, but as'sobntht 'hltky egini to give away henhe system Is it ft iaui. warsecpadilion than itwa...

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. — 21 December 1894

v ; Wis' LHE'.S f Vi' i VFfc? M JoWV ll" i wrf W n tv 'S3; , tl '1 . uri s J tt$ M,, t II- . . 1 x4o v" a TMB ADVr.RTIIIINU MAT ri ' HAVE YOU PAID XX m THE REPUBLICAN ov r. The Haeteop RMjblicak m sicRiPTim? ARB VERY REASONABLE AND THIS TAG CIRCULATION IS VERY LARGE. Will show howyou stand with A Tho Ropubllcan. Pay up and WE DO JOB WORK onoyearln Advanco and w OF 1 OFFICIAL QB8MF IK PAl'MK Wfmtl CCKSEESSIOm DISTRICT. will Weekly send Commorclal you Tho LbulsVlll) one year Xk. freo. Subscribe at once. iS VOL. VII. paiTPOKD, KY., BIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1894. NO. 21. t.1!,. f. fc IWflBa f r X t ACtl, fnl BJ5 m "Of w fferrVfc yi ,4- WfrtXt S. ' Ht i Babies and Chiliren thrWtTon Scolt'a Emulsion whoa all "tho rest of their food seems to go. to waste. Thin Babies and Weak Children grow strong, plump and htalthy by taking it. Scott's Emulsion ovorcomes inheritnd weakness and all tho tendencies toward Emaciation or Consumption. Thin, weak babies and growing children and nil persona suffering ...

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. — 21 December 1894

rf i " t '.. r ! I "' i V k m t UBRS & kAms . M&. m Christmas, the jolliest of all jolly times, is almost hero and everybody feels the inspiration its annual resources brings. May all our readers have a pleasant, happy time and live to enjoy many more. A courLE of precincts iu Marion county owe a railroad tax, it seems, and the people are resisting the collection. They arc making life thrite miserable for Blackwell, the collector. Tho outcome will bo watched with interest. PERiurs three men bo ill prepared to "hold down" their jobs never tinkered with the peopled interest at the same time as are the trio composed of Gresham, as Secretary ol State; Carlisle, as Secretary of the Treasury, and Wilson, as general Tariff tinkerer. Next week's papers will be full of tho accounts of Christinas quarrels, shootings and killings in four of every fivo of which whisky will play a conspicuous part. And yet Hartford is called upon to set the seal of her commendation upon whisky traffic th...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 21 December 1894

sa 1 . W ? fr 7?C ;-. -i.'.- Mm ' AT V It -1 K m 'i6V i' ' if ' V sat KtrA lAW s' THE STAR OF HOPE . THERE IS EVERY REASON TO BELIEVE TflAT WE SHALL NOW SEE A RETURN TO GOOD TIMES. r' experiment of MAXSHTC CHRISTMAS MSRR7. FAIR BROS. Are HOLIDAY CHEER. Fridav, DncBwnHR at, 1894. Ad Adv Advc Adver Advert Advert! '... Advertis , A Advertise Advertise i Advertise in ' Advertise in t " Advertise in th ' I Advertise in the Advertise in the R Advertise in the Re Advertise in the Rep Advertise in the Repu Advertise in the Rcpub Advertise in the Republ A'dvertfse in the Republi Advertise in the Republic Advertise in the Republic Advertise in the Republican For any and everything you want. A well written, neatly displayed advertisement in Tub Hartford RKruBMCN is a finger-point on .the thoroughfare of business, ever pointing the wayfarer to your place of business. Try one and be convinced. Our circulation is very large, and our rates are as low as the lowest. Read our clubbing list, and sele...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 21 December 1894

3 ,: Eft ' If In U! f 13 I 1 i "- 1 '- eS' 1 J. C"" v7 W ldm fV Hartford Republican Friday, DncBMnrw,ai, 1S94. DISGUISED CATARRH. A Stoalthy. InBldious, omng Enomy to Woman. There are a multitude of women, especially housewives, and all other women are obliged to be on their feet constantly, who arc wretched beyond description, simply because their strength and vitality is sapped awa by catarrhnl discharges from the organs. These women get up in the ' morning tired, drag themselves through their daily duties tired only to go to bed at night as tired as before. is such a perfect for each case that when patients have once used it they can never be induced to quit it until they are permanently cured. It begins to relieve the disagreeable symptoms at once. The back ache ceased, the trembling knees are strengthened the appetite restored, digestion made perfect, the dull headache is stopped, and the weakening drains are gradually cured. These results certainly follow a course of treatment...

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. — 11 January 1895

s S ' 'i rtlieJ LOAT5 ,: BEST FOR SHIRTS. a. ojuioi co. atm ISffiislIaWlSfl Chesoptako Ohio end Southwestern R. R. OCTWCtrl LOUISVILLE - ANn MEMPHIS. At0 mOM AND TO CINCINNATI AND EVAHSYILLE. " " ' t Do not pure hate Tidtt KORTH, EAST, SOUTH OR WEST Until ycu Lrcon.olUj an Artnl flht P.O. &S.W. R.R. TRAINS, ruLtyAsr nui'wfr sfjoinm, MUlMtfeW KaOTftURST ' M BCi!ot.s, T. n. IYNCH, en ija. Lovicvruc. Ky. GRDVES tHtta. TASTELESS CHILL TONIC IS JU8TASCOOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE GO eta, OllATli., 1114., HOT. M. SSI. rTUMtdUtoecoft.ixuia,io. flantloroent We enM lul rear. WO botUea of TA8TKUB8S CllIU. TONIO art lUTO booaul three aroaaalreaar tfctaraer. Inalloer.x. l4riOQce ot II laare. la Ui drvx twalbeoa. har naYvreoll en article that rare auia aalTereutUa taction ci jour Stool lour. mlr. .. - Asr,Cltt 400. ror mIb by WHIUrne lie ll.llrtrlfortl NP$ Ciruu a'd Trid.Muki U.ln.d and all ptftat Votlact. conducted t HODKBITK Ff.ES. Mr tattUlnih.iauto'LLvklnltj.cltt. '.tolOffict. a-ff r...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 11 January 1895

't ; l'fj$ m I heard cross- .o nday and alt y war ol cky young man anu bis were married wniie out Sunday last. What What rig ht has Hartford, with a voting population of less than 200, to override the voice of the 5,000 voters of the county? The street crossings in various parts of town nro in miserable condition. Why could not something be dnno to mend matters? Hon. Bbutus Clay was marritd on Wednesday to Mrs. Marsteller, a beautiful and charming widow. As in his fat her's case, he married in the face of opposition. The street car employers of Brook-. Jyn are out on a strike and serious irouble is anticipated, as both tho jplopers and employees are deter mined not to give in. A Dover, Now Hamshiro bank jshicr, who was (80,000 short in accounts, committed suicide Mon (rben he heard that the marshal liter him with a writ for his ar- Ciiaubeos, of Hawes- ndidato for the Xioa for Bcgister of tho Ho is a good and would make rer. las men anu people realize what a great renienco the d Tel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 11 January 1895

1 i- rSeen employed (School at Alexander 5ea8th. Dr J. S. Coleman is able to be out after being confined to his room lor Bcvernl days with bronchitis. Leave your laundry at the Hart lord House and It will be sent to the Richmond Steam Saundry, Miss Clime Gray, of Denver Dam, happened to quite a painful accident Tuesday by falling and breaking a finger. Sever! new students entered Hartford College Monday, it being the first of the last term of this schol astic year. Mr D.L Daldwla was qualified yesterday as Deputy Clerk at Beaver Dam. He will make a nml 1 - - . , 1 ' Mr. Ike Kinder, Beda, who has been visiting relatives near ton, has returned, and made us a pleasant call Tuesday. I Mai riage license ThoasA.Al.eJ ' to Miss Suian A Burden, E. I,. Davis to Miss LurvWatd, Alonro D.Stewart to Miss Janejtc McMilHon. Clyde Wedding agent for the Richmond Steam Laundry requests his customers to have the cash ready when he dulivers goods. Mr. J. Ed. Davidson, one of the foremost teachers of th...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 11 January 1895

Ill if y loss of a are as who fills so loiestic heaven so unwaried ' ar that falls on ckv y ivere J. ner prave an(j n J?4L seems an .uway where the sun shone u beautiful flowers, or the stars .aunt glittering overhead. Fain would the soul Hager there. No thorns are remembered above the sweet clay, save those your own hand may have unwittingly planted. Her noble, tender heart lies open to your inmost sight you think of her as all gentleness, all beauty and purity. But she is dead. The dear head that so often rested upon your bosom now rest upon a pillow of clay. Those hands that administered so untiringly, are laded, white and cold, beneath the gloomy portals. That heart whose every beat measured an eternity of love, lies under your feet. There is no white arm over your shoulder now no speaking face to murmur "Oh, it is too sad!" There is a strange hush in every room. No smile to greet you at nightfall, no kiss, no tender caress, no heart to beat against heart, no soul to hold sweet ...

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 January 1895

inr 4nv 'T'rf L . H r an ! liiihi ADTRATtnilfU RATJsd Ol'- THE REPUBLICAN ARIt VXRY KKAtOMAlI, AMD CIRCULATION IS VERY LARGE. r WE DO JOB WORK J3Li.ick.cx. VOL. YD. ) Ivory 6oa? - If Floats 3 BEST FOR SHIRTS. Ti rnoonn A qamihc co, atm. f;Sl; CJitsapeaka Ohh and Soufhwettcrn R. It. 1M3CE B15S1 1VXIM13 BCTWCtN LOUISVILLE AND MEMPHIS. ALIO FROM AWD TO CINCINNATI AND EVANSVILLE Do not purchase a Ticket NORTH? EILST, SOUTH OR WEST Until 7011 have consulted ia Agent of the O. O. & S. W. R. R. uumn TRAINS, l'UI.I.MAN DUJ'l'UT BUlttriiRA, KOUI.RS IIQCITMXNT IOnv ECHOLS, D T.VSCII, OlM. Mi.R jlh AS&. Aul Lou1svn.11.rr. GROVES TASTELESS CHILL TONIC 13 JUST A3 COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE SOcts. OlLATIA, HXa.(NCT.lft,0!. pull UdlelDa Ca, ei Lout, Wo. (jnUmn W ocM )- Tear. 000 bottlM of GllOVlCS TABT1'.M:S3 CHILL. 7OMC and Mto bought thr trow already Ihu year. In all cmr ptrtoc of It rearc. In tho tfruff tmiiMM. hart toll aa aril eta lhatfivro twb xUTnalaaU taction M yvur Tonic xu...

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 January 1895

3 3s m f f F jp M V)i hS?V l .iV? ( j - , si' SSJ .JiLULUmi i iMLiuuiuini .H,LLLIMl J LV?.si S?"t ,' different form. er ana sister. and Sunday Lthe saloon question Snesday. 'at your unbiased mind Sience tell you to do. lawauau question is again fo Congress, but in a somewhat Judoe John Allen Murray, of Cloverport, died last Sunday after a a year's illness. He was a lawyer. If the men of Hartford will vote next Wednesday lor what their en lightened conscience approves temper ance will win two to one. Mr. Samuel Feland, father of Judge John Feland, died at his home in Hopkinsville Monday at the ad yanced age of eighty-five. When Hartford votes open saloons sho says to tho rest of the county, "I, Hartford, am greater than all Ohio county." If she knows her interest she will not do it. Brooklyn for the past twelve days has been suffering all the horrors of a terrible strike, Tho militia has been called out to quell the riots and considerable bloodshed has occurred. Last Saturday evening...

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 January 1895

r r - k i ,. i mv f 5! . 5: .(, T I Fmdav, Januaiiv 35, 1895, Mr. M. Dean is In Loutsvllle tills week. Mr. Henry Carson mide a business trip to Paducah this week.. Miss Myrtle R6we's school at Central Grove closed last - Saturday, Miss LIie , Barnes, Beaver Dam, visited her sister, Mrs. Shelby Taylor, this week. Mrs. A. J. Casey, Owensbtro, Is visiting her parents, judge and Mrs. 15. D. Walker. Mr. A. M. Smith has closed his school kt lllghvlew, and has entered Hartford College. Miss Laura Render, after teaching n verysuccesful" school at Elmwood, closed last Friday. Don't you forget It, that Lunch Counter of Hall Bros, is superb. It will satisfy the appetite of anyone. Prof. Win. Poster, of Hartford College, will lecture at Alexander Schoolhouse Saturday nlght,belng the close of the school, which has been taught by Mr. C. H. Ellis. Kvery&ody invited. Thclmapyfricndsof Mr. O. W. MattlnGnil be glad to hear that he has recovered frem his recent illness and that he will be out agai...

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 January 1895

1 M X ? "- I Hartford Republican Friday, January as, 1895. GroatQlJPortunity toMalco I have bad such that I can't help writing to you nbout it. Ijiave not made less than fs.and some days from $15 to $15. I am really elated, and can't see why do not go into the Di3h Washer business at once. I have not canvassed any; sell nil my washers at home. They give such good that every one Bold helps to sell many others. I believe in a year I can make a profit of Three Thousand Dollars, and attend to my regular business besides. When a Climax Dish Washer can be bought for $ 5, every family wants one,and it is very easy selling what everybody wants to buy, For particulars, address The Climax Mig, Co., Columbus, Ohio. I think any lady or gentleman, anywhere, can make from $5 to f 10 a day. I would like to have your readers try this business, and let us know through your columns how they succeed. The fame oK'arlUlr. The practical deicat of the Carlisle currency bill Is a personal rebuke, of course...

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 February 1895

r w 1 h n ti 'f !-- & a ,. . BIG BUTCHER WAGONS. Mammoth HorsoB of Somo of Chicago' a Packing Housob. The Teams When raisin- Thronch the Streets Tresent a Very Impoelne; and Are nbjecte er Constant Admiration. Chicago has one of the largest wagons In tho world. It has been asserted that there Is nono as largo elsewhere. The builders of the mammoth wagon, however, make no such claim for it, but are justly proud of tho product of their skill. I This wagon Is the property of Kelson, ' Morris & Co., the packers, nnd was built in the car shops under the supervision of Mr. Illtt Tho massive, springs and axles used in its construction aro about the sizo of those on cars, and can sustain fifteen tons. This would have been good car load a fewycars ago, but cars, nt well as wagons, liavo been increased in siza and capacity, and tho car load of to-day Is somewhat larger, , The ordinary two-horse wagon has a capacity of about six thousand five huudred pounds; four and one-half times thi...

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 February 1895

& I I t fc . . ,.f ' ir . s n Hartford Eopublican PUBLISHED EVEltY MIIDAY MOKN1MQ AM A. AKIIEIINOX Proprietor. JO. 11. IHKIEHS Editor. Friday,' I'whiuaky i, 1895. Subscribers Tako Notioo. Do you owe us any subscription? If bo, please sond or bring it to us. We need it. Wc havo to pay .cash lor cYcrytliing. In fact, it lakes lots of money to iun n nowipapor. Wo aro now, and liavo been, sending sorao statements to our subscribers. Don't wait to receive n statemont.but examine the label on your paper and see what you owe aud send the amount to us without delay. Per haps your account is small, but wo have so many of theso small accounts that they soon make big ones. Bo to it that you do not get a dun. Kcmembcr, when you pay up for TiiEEETUBUCANandono year in you will receive the New York Weekly Tribuno or the Louisville Weekly Commercial ono year Free. By all means, if you owo us on subscription, pay up. Good Reading Free. Besides giving our patrons one of the best papers In the Sta...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 1 February 1895

t v. r 33 t.. Awnrdl Hllhe.t Honor World' Fair. CREAM BAKING POWDffl MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Gripe Gum of Tartar Powder. Pitt from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THB STANDARD. Friday, Fkiiruary i, 1895, Mr S. L. Casebler is at Webster county. Col. W. II Moore.SulpUur Springs, was In town the first of the week. Miss Dessle Duke, of Sulphur Springs, is visiting MissAnnie Dean. Mr. J. W. Tabor, of Hocker & Ta-W, Fordsville, was in town Monday. Hon. K. D Wnlker is attending United States Court at Owensboro this week. Miss Stella Dennett, Bed, has a position in J. B. Poster's Cash Store. Mrs. P. K. Nelson, who has been quite sick for several weeks, N slowly Improving. Messrs Lee Stevens and Iem Mc-Henry 1 Louisville, came home to vote Wednesday Scth lett and Mist Mary Daniel, oi Haynesviliv, were mirried yesterday at the home ol the bride. Rev. R. P. Carson, No Creek, lelt last week for Milburn, Butler county, where he will attend school. h Mr. C II. Ellis opened Il...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 1 February 1895

A "iPV Hartford Republican k IV fK t ii I w r Friday, FnnnuARY i, 1895. A ChancotoMako Monoy. I have had my first streak of luck and I want to tell you about It. A little over four weeks ago I began selling Dish Washors.ntid have cleared in that time about $oo. Isn't that pretty good for the first month? I am sure I can do better every month right along, as every "Washer I sell helps to sell others. I can wash and dry the dishes for an ordinary family in two minutes, and as soon as people seesuch a machine, they will buy it quick. This is a business anyone can do well at, in any locality. You can get full particulars by addressing the Iron City Dish Washer Co., E. E. Pittsburg, Pa. Don't wait till some one else gets your home territory, but start to work at once. Mrs. W. Hrnry B. - llro. fowler lUrtnvfntrt. The Madisonville Hustler says: "Ira J., son of Rev. and Mrs. Sam Fowler, died Wednesday alternoon about 1 o'clock. He was about tea years of age and was a bright and intelligent ...

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 February 1895

ueiwr mr mout w wi, mw -v. ile rod incnlculAble aid to those whose cause he advocated. He has always been it llbtr.il contributor to hli party, nnd in this wty. He made his first race far office In 1870, defeating W. D. Hopper, a man of fine legal attainment and great personal popularity, for county Attorney ol Garrard County, bj a small majority. Judge .George Denny ran on the same ticket for county Judge and it is still conceded to have been the hottest, political fight ever had in that county. In 1872 lie was was chosen Elector for the Eighth Congressional District, but later on was nominate 1 for Congress and ran against Hon. Milton J. Durham, who was then in his prime very popular and a forcible debater. He was defeated by some 600 votes, greatly reducing the lormer Democratic molarity.' In 1874 he was again tendered the nomination, but I declined. In 1876 he was again nom-I inatcd and again made the race against Durham, being defeated by an increased majority.which, however, w...

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 February 1895

1& ! Hartford Republican rUBUBIITJ) EVEnY FRIDAY MOHNINO AM A. ANnF.IlflOK Proprietor. JO. 11. HOIir.tl Editor. Friday, 1'bdroary 8, 1895. Subsoribors Tako Notice . Do you owo us any subscription? If so, please send or bring it to us. We need it. Wo havo to pay cash lor everything. In fact, it takes lots of money to run a newspaper. We are now, and havo been, sending some statements to our subscribers. Don't wait to receive a Btatemcnt.but examine the label on your paper and see what you owo and send the amount to us without delay. Perhaps your account is small, but wo have so many of these small accounts tbat they soon mako big ones. He to il that you do not get n dun. Remember, when you pay up for Tuz Republican and one year in you will receive tho New York Weekly Tribune or the Louisville Weekly . Commercial ono year Free. By all means, if you owe us on subscription, pay up. 1 m - Good Reading Free. Besides giving our patrons one of the best papers In the State, wc have made ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
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