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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 23 August 1895

I ft. T r '- ..' -v, '- fWmWH Wf 'I SEASONABLE BARGAINS -AT- FAIR BROS. & CO I -THE- LEADERS. 18c Cottonado 15c 10c Crash Do 15o Jcana '. 12Jc lyd wide domestic Go Heavy quilt lining lls.it bed ticking 15c Heaviest etraw ticking 10c (5ooil unlaundrod shirt '..40c Beat Percal shirts , . 00c Good " " .....; 50c Balbriganing undershirts 20c Heavy drill drawers 25c 25o Ladies vest J. . . 15c 10c Child vest 6c 15c for.. Heavy black seamless Lose 25c Dm for Napkin 1.00 for Good joaua pants 20c for L..".adiea corsets 85c for K it G Corret 5c for Ladies Handkerchief 8c for Yard wldo bleach 25 for All wool cballioi 12Jofor halt wool challiea 10c for Nice black lawns 5c for Good calico oc for Men's heavy work shirt 12J for Solid navy bluo duck 0 spools Clark O. N. Tv -.for 20c 10c doz for Shell Hairpins 5c per pair for tide combs 5c to 50c forBelt buckles 20o for curtain poled 70c per pair for Laco curtains Fine Dougola tip shoes 8 1 .25 Fair IJros. & Co' "Hustler shoes" $150 worth 82...

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 August 1895

lit " 1 u i 4 f '. k i ti fc !i It &ii i Hartford Republican Friday, Auoubt, 33, 1895. A SHIP. Expoctod to Uovolutlonlzo tho I Ooonn Oarrylntr Trade). Lone and Narrow and Unlit on the r.lac : Car Idea To Crou th Atlantlo In of tho Pr- , onl Tim. I Lying at a private wharf In Alexandria, Va., la a Tory rcmarkablo ship, soya Harper's Weekly. Sho Is tho first of a now typo of vessel in-tended to rcvolutionlzo tho ocean carrying trado. If tho hopes of Mr. Fryer, tho designer and builder of the ship, aro realized, passengers will cross tho Atlantlo in of tho tlrao now occupied by tho ''ocean greyhounds" of commerce. Mr. Fryer has sought to apply tho palace-car Idea to ocean travel. Ho has built a ship whloh, while 222 feet long. Is only 10 feet beam. Its equilibrium Is to bo maintained by tho heavy keel and by tho 80,000 pounds of machinery below tho water lino. Tho narrow prow of such a vessel will cut tho water llko a knife. Rcslstanco will bo reduced ton minimum. Tho heavy compact...

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. — 23 August 1895

.1 ii WfSw Hartford Republican Friday, Atrawr, 23, 1895. A RAZOR-BACK SHIP. Bxpectod to Rovolutlonlzo tho I Oooon Carrying Trado. ' XiOB( and Narrow and llollt on th ralace I Car Idea To Cross th Atlantic In of th cnl Tim. . . Lying at a prlvato wharf In Alexandria, Va., Is a very remarkable ship, says Harper's Weekly. Sbols tho first of a now typo of vessel Intended to revolutionize tho ocean carrying trado. If tho hopes of Mr. Fryer, tho designer and builder of tho ship, aro realized, passengers will cross tho Atlantlo in three-fifths of tho tlmo now occupied by tho ''ocean greyhounds" of commerce-Mr. Fryer has sought to apply tho palace-car idea to ocean travel, llo has built a ship whioh, wbllo222 fcot long, is only 10 feet beam. Its equilibrium Is to bo maintained by tho heavy keel and by tho 80,000 pounds of machinery below tho water lino. Tho narrow prow of 'such a vessel will cut tho water llko a knife. Resistance will bo reduced to a minimum. Tho heavy compact machinery wil...

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 August 1895

f n R i I; &! I . jsAA Highest of all in Leavening ARSOitUTECY tPSJESE which come alter us will call Lincotn a greater man than we do. Washington Star. Marriage Is love's sacrifice. Don't try to pump out the sea. A good deed need no applause. A kiss is n song without words. Covetousnc.ts hoards itself poor. Sunshine is the leaven ol living. GLADNESS. A wnrmth cf cold, all summer storud. The goldenrod up, And filled from sprlnstlmo'e hoard Blilni'S tho sweot buttercup. And from the singing uf tho breeze And low, sweet sound of rnln, Tho llttlo brook learn melodies To sing them back ngaln. Foreotten all tho cloudy Bky Of dark days orerrnati For flower hearts let gloom go by, Dot hold the aunshlno fast. And all year long the llttlo burn, Though wintry boughs bo wst, Pick out tho happy day to The sad ono to forget. Charles D. doing in tit Nicholas. TWO LEAPS. One Was For Liberty and the Other Was For a Life. "Iu passing by tho criminal conrt bnilding tho other day," said Lather Lnfl...

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 August 1895

if 14 lif I 1 llcmcnibor HAVE IV V PAID I ire I the iNcw York you r. i Tribune mid The The Haeteqbd Republican, IIePURLIOAN both THIS TAG Will show how stand with for you for one year, one Tho Ropubllaan. Pay up and oneyoarln Advanoo and wo dollar unci twenty-(Ive official organ or THE party IN the fourth congressional district, will Wookly Band Oommorclal vou Tho Louisville ono yoar cents. iroo. suusonuo nt onco. V VOL. VIII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1895. NO. 5. OABIES AND toUVsOwtns link Mlilurt. nmi nnrii iii II doM not uniLUHtn LuvtjxOT thirt li no opium or other pelisfieue draj In nwEHS Pink Mixture It hit Win uki In ins prsctlctofa ftmotis rhTilclin for oyf tsn ytirs for Teething and 3Hmnttr Com fil.lnt. Ntimolli.f.houlJt without I Ihs child's f con4 lunmir. 200. AND 000. DOTTlll. AU DtAUM. BOOK FRtl. F.W. FLOYD A CO., . Ooimbero, Kr. $1800.00 OIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. $150.00 cvtrrmoetli tivch ftwajr to any encfin p plui through 01 for tht tnott mentoriout piunt duri...

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 August 1895

.' i: y i -- M i h Uh w it Hartford Ropublican FUnUSlIBD EVKRY FKIDAY MOUNINO NAM A. AMU'.llNO.V JO. II. IKHir.ltN .l'rarlc)or. F.illtnr. Friday, August, 30, 1895. Subscription, $1.25 par yoar. REPUBLICAN DEVICE. TO VOTE THE KEPUBLIOAN TICKET PUT THE X UNDER THE LOG CABIN. The Republican Stato Central Conimittco recently adopted the Log Cabin as the emblem to be placed upon tbo Republican ballets instead of the Eagle against the use of winch tho Democrats wero about Instituting an injunction. Tho Log Cabin is the emblem adopted by the old Whigs in tho campaign of I84O and the sug gestion was found hero. To vote the Republican ticket stamp the X in the space below the Log Cabin. Republican Ticket. Governor, COL. WM. 0. BRADLEY. of Garrard county Lieutenant Governor, WM. J.WOKTHINGTON, of Greenup county. Auditor, BAM II. STONE, of Madison county. Secretary of State, CHARLES FINLEY, of Whitley county. Treasurer, GEORGE W. LONG, of Grayson county. Attorney General, JUDGE W. S. TAYLOR, o...

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 August 1895

f m -i FIRST FALL ,,PI,B "Shipment or NEW GOODS Arrived at Fair Bros.& Co's last week. Opened now and ready for inspection. Kever So Qheap vjvfever 60 Beautiful Don't buy n dollar's worth until you see this line. NOTE OUR PRICKS. Good heavy bed ticking ... . ioc Very best bed ticking 15c Heavies shirtings ' ... 7c Good ted flannel 15c S6In. red tabic linen 20c Good cotton jeans ioc tf table oil cloth 20c tf sheeting 20c Heavy brown cotton 6c Good cnsslniere 35c Yard wide white Linsey . . '. .25c Cate yarn (none to ciual it) . . . 75c Good fast color calico 5c Might grade dress glnhams ... 8c Wool finish satincs 12 'Ac Pine black satincs izjic Remnant stock summer dress, goods at your own price. NKW DRESS GOODS. La Belle Crepon 15c Gros De Londros 15c French Plissc 15c jftin. nil wool serge in black and navy bine 40c all wool serge in navy blue and black 65c 3dn, Henrietta's, nil shades . . , 20c Novelties in all the late weaves. Pretty line curtain drapery from 5 to 15c New line...

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. — 30 August 1895

!.'J A ((WMnH Hartford Republican Friday, August, 30, 1895. A BIG LEAK. "What Booomoa of All tho Monoy Paid in Taxoe? What becomes o! nil the tuonej paid In taxes? is n question just now ogitotlng the people of Kentucky. Kentucky has for many years been victimized byagang of "sllckducks," who have been diverting the money from Its proper channels to the pockets ot themselves and their friends. Read below what Governor Brown says In his message ol August 15, 1892, vetoing House bill No. 59, entitled "An Act Relating to Revenue and Taxation:" 'Auditor's agents have been appointed since 18S0. For the last four years the agent for Jefferson county has received exceedingly forty-eight thousand dollars, more than twelve , thousand dollars per annum. The remarkable fact appears that the Auditor has had a subordinate, who has received annually nearly four times as much compensation as the Auditor himself was entitled to underthe law, and more than twice as much as the Governor. For four yea...

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 September 1895

V I tlt f. liemembor you H'l V h tub tAlli h set the New York Tribune mid TUB Haetded Republican. RbiotlioaN both THIS TAG for for Will show how you stand with one year one Tha Ropubllcan. Pny up and ohovofwln Advnnoo and vo dollar and will sond vou Tho LouIbvIIIo Wookly Commorclal ono yoar fivo cents. froo. Subsorlbo atonco. VOL. VIII. HARTFORD, ICY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER G, 1895. NO.G. Va can Cur Yur Baby of nil TreoHe arlalug from Teeth- ' teg, Dlaordertd Stomach or Dowel Trouble quickly, by jiving OWENS PINK MIXTURE. OwinlMd fr fnw kit PflM Mt(tr poMMMit tliTtf An E4 dt nini v4 ir it fffwa. Writ Ir tlntUara fro MUtlhtGtnutM, Sold br til Oiitrs.i 25c and 50c, bottles. .F.W.rL0YD4C0.. $1800.00 OIVDN AWAY TO INVENTORS. $ito.eo ererymonth rlrtii (My to imy enoS through b. for tho moat meritorioua pauot during lb. month pvccrdinff We ecura lliq beat patent fbrottrellent, . fco4 lh. object of thu offer if to encourage Inrcotori to keep trick of their bright Mm. At III. lam lim. wo with 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. — 6 September 1895

Hartford Republican rUnUBUED EVERY FIUDAY MORNING e ,, , , NAM A. ANIl:UHO Vroprlelor. jo. it. mxir.n.s :uior. . i ' - Friday, SniTiuinuR, 6 1895. Subscription, $1.25 por year. REFUDLICAN MI CI f&2 w tfWJKJXTOCCV "X TO VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET TUT THE X UNPERTHELOG CABIN. The Republican Stato Central Coramittco recently adopted the Log Gabinastho emblem to bo placed upon the Republican ballets instead of tho Eagle against tbo uso of which tho Democrats were about instituting an injunction. The Log Cabin is tho emblem adopted by tho old Whigs in tho campaign of I84O and the suggestion was found hero. To vote the Republican ticket stamp the X in the space below the Log Cabin. Republican Ticket. Governor, ' COL. WM. 0. BRADLEY, of Garrard county Lieutenant Governor, WM. J.WOKTHINGTON, of Greenup county. Auditor, HAM H. STONE, of Madisou county. Secretary of State, CHARLES FINLEY, of Whitley county. Treasurer, GEORGE W. LONG, of Grayson county. Attorney General, JUDGE W. S. TAYLOR...

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 September 1895

FUST FULL mm "Shipment 01? NEW GOODS Arrived at Fair Bros.& Co's last week. Opened now and ready for inspection. Kever So 60 Be&aiifal Don't buy a dollar's worth until you see this line. NOTE OUR PRICES. Good heavy bed ticking ... .toe Very best bed ticking 15c Heavies Bhlrtings 7C Good ted flannel 15c S61n. red table linen 20c Good cotton jeans mc stable oil cloth 20c tfsheeting 20c 1 lea vy brown cotton ... . ,. . .6c Good enssitnere 35c Yard wide white LInscy ... .25c Cate yarn (none to equal It) . .. . 75c Good fast color calico 5c Ilight grade dress glnbanis ... Re Wool finish satines i2tfc Fine black satinet I2c Remnant stock summer dress goods at your own price. NEW DRP.SS GOODS. La Belle Crepon 15c ' Gros De Vndros 15c French Plisse 15c 36in. all wool serge In black and navy blue 40c all wool serge in navy blue and black 65c jCin. helirietta's, all shades ... 20c 'Novelties in all the late weaves. Pretty line curtain drapery, from . . . - 5 to tsc New line percal s ....

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 September 1895

v Hartford Republican 1'lUDAY, SKfTliMllltR, 6 I895. Nrjcro llnlrr llnrilln, If there ever was n man who tried with a desperation almost manical to make political capital out of the "Ne gro" domination cry, that man is Negro-hater Hnrdin: Defeated on every pojnt which he has attempted to discuss, afraid to discuss State issues, completely routed on the "bloody shirt'1 yell and ingloriously repulsed on the currency question, Hardin docs nothing else but raise the Negro yell. Col. Bradley explained his views on this subject fully and plainly at Louisville, aud yet Mr. Hardin is not satisfied. At Hopkinsville he devoted more than half his time to the Negro question. , Gen. Prolific Wonder Hardin, this gigantic museum freak, should be exhibited all over this country. We think he would draw well. Ken. tucky Leader. A Btnmllnic oner. There are two methods of teaching Book-keeping-one by the "Text Book Copying Process," the other by 'The Patented and Copyrighted System of Actual Business f...

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 September 1895

9 ...... . .. v rr - - - . . 1- -, , . . r i' H i i - - - .m ,m,m . ii !,' mvm4 nmmiwmpim -.a, I got Tribune) Romonibor the New nnrt York both The you THE HAETFORDi E UjIEYOVVAIB TllISTAG wm for one your, for ono Will show how you stand with The Republican. Pay up and dollar mid nnnvanr In A1tfntirn nnrt. tun (lvo OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE PARTY iflHE FOURTH CONGRESS W DISTRICT, will Bond you Tho Loulsvlllo cents. Wookly Commorclal ono yoap iroo. tuusonuo ntonco VOL. VIII. HARTFORD, KY., JSiDJSEPTEEsEfriS, 1895. NW OWENS PINK MIXTURE. ron TtKTHiNa chilomn. punrceuv HtnMUii. uttJ for 10 v.ifi by Ihoui in ii of motn.rf. rinKMiiture ntvtf rails lorill.veclilMr.nof nil Teething Troubles Doctora trtt crttt Pink Mlxtura Vacauia It It known (a Contain no ODlum otlitr rolsunoui arur. wnn ror circular irta, boi by all dailtrs, la ,2Bo. and 60o. Bom ft. F W.FLOYD & CO., Owintboro, Ky ! - - $1800.00 OIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. (isaoo every month given twsy to any one who p plwi through ui for the...

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 September 1895

u h Hartford Republican J'UBUBIlBD KVERY FRIDAY MOIUONO HAH A. ANHKIWON ...Proprietor. JO. n. JtOUEIM ...Editor. Fiuday, SRPTninnR, 13 1895. Subscription, $1.25 por yonr. REPUBLICAN DEVI CB. TO VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET PUT THE X UNDER THE LOG CABIN. The Republican State Central Committeo recently adopted the Log Cabin as tho emblem to bo placed upon the Republican ballet instead of tho Eagle against the use of which the Democrats were about instituting an injunction. The Log Cabin is tho emblem adopted bj tho old Whigs in the campaign of I84O and tho suggestion was found here. To vote tho Republican ticket stamp the X in the space below the Log Cabin'. Republican Ticket. Governor, COL. WM. 0. BRADLEY. of Garrard county Lieutenant Governor, WM. J.WOKTHINGTON, of Greenup county. Auditor, SAM H. STONE, of Madison county. Secretary of State, CHARLES FINLEY, of Whitley county. Treasurer, GEORGE W. LONG, of Grayson county. Attorney General, JUDGE W. S. TAYLOR, of Butler county. Supt. of...

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 September 1895

.. f FIRST FULL """ Shipment OF NEW GOODS Arrived at Fair Bros.& Co's lust week. Opened now and ready for inspection. Kever So ""ffever 60 lSeetaliful Don't buy a dollar's worth until you see this line. ' NOTE OUR TRICES. Good heavy bed ticking ... . ioc Very best bed ticking 15c Heavies shirtings 7c Good red flannel 15c j6In. red table linen aoc Good cotton jeans ioc Stable oil cloth 20c sheeting oc Heavy brown cotton 6c Good enssimere 35c Yard wide white Llnsey ... . 25c Cate yarn (none'lo eqnoN It) . . . 75c Good fast color calico 5c HIght grade dress glnbatns ... 8c Wool finish satines :Kc Pine black satlncs istfc Hcmnaiit stock sum mer dress goods at your own price. NEW DRESS GOODS. La Belle Crcpon 15c Gros De Loudros 15c l'rench I'lisse . . . '. 15c j61n. all wool serge in black and navy blue 40c all wool serge In navy blue x and black 65c jCIn. henrietta's, all shades . . . aoc Novelties in all the late weaves. Pretty line curtain drapery from Stoisc New line percals . . ...

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 September 1895

.!- "mS all iillil 1 i'i iMi " a Hartford Republican Friday, SnrrnMnrm, 13 1895. WASHINGTON. . How Undo Sain Prints His Grocmbaoks. Special to TiiKHKrunucAN. All the paper money now used in the United States is now engraved nnd printed at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing In- Washington, D. C. The plates, described in a former letter, from which the money is printed, are stored by the ton in an enormous vault on the ground floor of the building. Here, a short time before work hours begin, the printers form in line and receive from the custodian the plates they are to use for the day. The plates arc numbered, and each man gives a receipt for his precious charge. The presses, some two hundred in number, arc all hand presses, and each requires the attendance of two persons the printerand his assistant, usually a young lady, whose duty it is to place the sheet upon the plate for printing and then remove same and examine it to see if the impression taken is perfect. The assistants rec...

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. — 20 September 1895

v ft l I & mt"' - got llomombor the New "York you R m M iI2 Haetded Tribune Ukpurlioan and botli The The "17 PTTPJ W AW (or one for one Will show how you stnnd with your, Tho Hopubllcnn. Pay up and r dollar and oneyoarin Ativnnco and wo i 1 twenty-live OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THEjPARTY CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Weokly will sand Commorclal you Tho LouIbvIIIo ono yoar cents. : W i froo. Subscrlboatonco. 7 VOL. VIII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1895. NO. 8- 5j8?r HnMH88, C jvthcrc Ant oTHina nurA rOWEHSPIHK MIXTURE V U Ibt ttilf Mm.; to. pMldlf for V U Twttiihg tlitt iBUint Ml OrUtrf ( i K ty hlud. UiirfitiH to . tnl kit Uk kftl uti Ifi.rrh Trout.). FUtnt U Uh. M rW 25c ano COc. Domta. 1j Vk All 4tIrt. WrlUMtf f or irtUn Jm Ks. r w. not o a, co.t my $1800.00 OIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. $150.00 ertrymnth girtn awijr to any on wfio ap plies ibrouf h ut for tht mott mentonous patent durinf ft month prtccdinf AVeawiire thnbitpAtentaforourtllfnta, and tht olSJtet of thU offer if to encour...

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. — 20 September 1895

Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVKItV FRIDAY MOlUtMtO HAH A. AMII'.IUtO.V lroirlrlor. Jo. n. iioar.itN Kiiitor. Subaorlptlon, $1.25 por yoar. Friday, Sbitbmiier, so 1895. Hon. G. W. Long will speak at the Court House in Hartford next Monday, the 23d. The leading question of the day h it hot enough for you? Louis viu.Ehas a Girl'sIIigh School and a Female High School. "Democratic Harmony" what is it? There ain't any such thing anyway. The man who has the courage of his convictions will oppose the evils of the times tho Democratic party. Kenhjcky has had many deadly feude, Ac, but tho quarrel of tho Democratic party promises to be tho greatest of them all. Inconsistency is tho most notable thing of the Democratic party. In fact that is one of the things it is noted for. The stampede in the Democratic party is inevitable, and tho men who arc attempting to prevent it aro tho ones who want office. President Cleveland may bo all right as tho umplro of a baby show, but when it comes to umpi...

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. — 20 September 1895

?? .- A' 'fc: ! FAIR flBtm HBk aA A CTN UTeuLl ZDress We liavo nn immenso Block nml hope soon to Imvo n clianco to show you tlicni. Wo linvo tho correct things nnd at lower prices than any competition. Black is tlio color, wlillo navy Lluo is much used, as arc mixtures and Plaid. Hough Cheviot, Urcpon and Moucll (.fleets nro the reigning fad, and Molintr fancies aio popular. Black Goods. Wo felt euro that black would' bo tlio leader, so wo bought tho largest lino wo havo over shown. Wo liavo about 10 styles In Serges, Irom fino twills tothoso now Storm Herges with twills an Inch wide. Prices rango from 25c to $1.00 per yard. Mohair Dress Goods. a Itich, soft "Uros Grain" Sccillians atOOoto 81.00 n yard. Figured Mohairs, both smooth and rough, from dOe to 81.00 a yard. New Florentines Mohair now in demand. Rough Black Goods. A fino line of Houcli Theso will bo much Sample Black Goods. Wo havo all the staplo Armurcs, Drop DcAlraa, used. Colored Dress Goods. Everybody will not want bla...

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. — 20 September 1895

iaiw iwiiiHi WWPMMM I Hartford Republican Friday, SntTRMiimt. ao 1895. HIDDEN TKEASUItE. Fabled Exlstenoo of Vnet Wealth on Oooos Island. The Concealed nooty of IMrate Futlle Attempts t Hecotrrlna; the C0U1 Henderson's Story of 11 Sons; Kortnne. Dispatches irom Panama tell in an uncertain way of tho finding of $1,000,000 In Spanish gold and silver on tho island of Cocos, near said tho San Frnnclaco Chronicle, recently. There lias always been much mystery about the which was supposed to be hidden on the island. A plrato who was vaguely known as Capt. Martin roamed the sea early in tho present century. Ono of his cruisers lay along tho coast of Peru. After dropping anchor at many of tho principal ports along the shore his crow of freebooters boldly Invaded tho churches of tho towns and took with them ecclesiastical treasure of great valuo. Houses were robbed and burned, stores were pillaged, and rich men who fell into tho hands of the pirates wcro forced to purchaso their freedom at a...

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