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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 27 September 1895

N gel Hbpublioan Tribune Itomember llio Now mid York both The you The Haeteokd Re PUBLICAN HAVE THIS YOVPAJD TAG Will show how von stand with for one your, for one The Hopubllcan. Pay up and onoyoarln Advanco nnd wo dollar aud OFFICIAL Of ,KE PARTY IN .HEJODHH C02T&RESSI027AL DISTRICT, Wookly will sond Commorclal you Tho Loulsvlllo ono yoar conts. froo. ibsorlbo at onco. n I VOL. Vlll. HAll'JLTOllD, KY., FllEIMY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1895. 0.9. t r . h i s VBsnanstmsGBSWBBaiaxsiBBBaa nil llio llmo ntiout llio nrent BABY remedy utiles It iloea wlint wo elnlmi lliHO mothers don't Klvotlielrrlillilren OWENS PINK MIXTURE Yrlien teetlilnir, for tho fun of It. 5T SAVES BABIES' LIVES undiloetora' Mil. nnl sleepless nights. 'J i Iter 21 rents mul u ccnls, nt nil drug store. (lot tho genuine, look for Frank W. Fiord sslgnatu.ro on everr package. " "iiSoEoo GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. $150.00 every mocth given away to any one who p oIim throw ih ui fur the mott mentonoui patent dunng t)it month pre...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 27 September 1895

t'l i ? ;l Sir fc. t'lpT V Hartford Republican rUDLISIIKl) KVUUY FItlDAY MOIWINU NAM A. AMir.llNUN Proprietor. JO. 11. IIOMKHN Ktlllnr. Subscription, $1,25 por yoar. Friday, SniTHMnER, 27 1895. Do more gallant candidato than Col. C. SI. Bamcli over carried the banner of a great party to victory, nml tho Republicans of Ohio county will seo to it that his majority is in keeping with his ceaseless and untiring cflorts in tho canvass. Let it bo 500 hundred and upward. TiinLouisvillo Commercial says: "Ono of tho chemists of the Chicago University says tho essential iood elements of a 1,200-pound steer can bo placed in an ordinary pillbox. Tho difference between tho size of that steer and its essential elements forcibly represents tho diflcrenco between the promises and tho performances of tho Deraocratio patty." Dunixo tho three months ending March 31, 1895, we imported farm products from the Canadian Provinces amounting to 81,50-1,301.13, or a yearly avcrago of $0,25G,39G,52 This repres...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 27 September 1895

1 MR t r fcC ?'- I K i ,S I : "N FAIR IF'slU D U H 3 D IROSg Wo bavo nn immcnso stock and liopo soon to luivo a chnnco to show you thorn. Wo lmvo tlio correct tilings nml nt lower prices than any competition. lllnck Is decidedly the color, nlillo navy bluo is much used, us lira mixtures and Plaid. Hough Cheviot, Crcpon and IJniicH cllbcts arc the reigning fad, and Mohair fancies nro exceedingly popular. Black Goods. Wo felt suro that black would to tho leader, so wo bought the largest lino wo lmvo over shown. Wo havo about 10 styles in Serges, from fino twills tothoo new Storm Herges with twills an inch wide. Prices rango from 25c to $1.00 per yard. Mohair Dress Goods. Hich, soft "Oros Grain" Sccillians at 00c to 81.00 a yard. Figured Mohairs, both smooth add rough, from 4O0 to 81.00 a yard. New Diagounl Mohairs in Serges and Florentines Mohair Crepons in stripes and figures, nll now in domaud. Rough Black Goods. A fino lino ofllouch and Cheviot edicts in- now weaves. These will bo ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 27 September 1895

Hartford Republican Priday, SnrrKMngR, 27 1895. POPULAR PEOPLE And Incidents Of Ev- ery day life. Cathorod From Dlfforont Sourcos and Compllod for Our Roadors. Adrlpiiian. The boys of tbe Adelpblan Society have more genuine fun and amusement than any other crowd of young men that ever associated together. Almost every Frldav night something comes up that would make a smile sweep across the face of the most sanctlmo. nious person like a wave on a goose pond. Last Friday night and everybody was prepared for a grand time, knowing that some young ladles were to be present A good subject had been selected and the speakers groomed ready for the fray, which was to be a heated contest from beginning end. The subject ior discussion was Resolved, "That Nature is more Attractive than Art." The speakers were ar ranged and while the fair damsels gazed on in raptured bliss and Nature and Art were both put to sleep '"by the eloquence of the young orators, and the collegewalls resounded the eloquen...

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. — 4 October 1895

( f ? ' I . Iff; Is- I. f i- : I I i : OWENS PInh Mixture' A Chlldr.n'.M.illrlna Cvtfy hom itiouM hv . bulllt of rinu mxiurtror Teething Troubles NoopLt., No h.rmful drajf. by phviicltna nf over KU) moth.ri. boll by ill dultrt. as. N BOo. Dorm.. wnu (or Da riM. P.w.rioYO&co. owin..9nQ, rr , R?9 ft w R fr i- i Iff LrrliKc Ibt l.at).ttHk1hr. ei.t tr Umli Imwhlin Mk t hum tn4 Srirf ihM Without W'ltlnf ibi I ftntt Ytl atnhlbwiitf, lbtehiHttMS ) "wis &s. ff . tns fit Krttkr, pllbH hbR. ftitl brfl lf. N Hthlr4 VSntfti seiIMIikfttfirlifcli Nnbraltnitlthtl, !. Ckrta ftbU,ftrrdt4 OreilutfrM W, P. UAIUIISON A CO Clrk . It, Calasibas, O. $1800.00 GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. $i 5oo every month given awiy to any one who plitl through us for the most meritorious patent during the moath preceding. Vs secure tho best patcnta for our clients, and the object of this offer is to encourage Inventors to keentrsck of tbeirbright Idasi. At the urns Urns wa wuh to Impress upon the public tha fact thai...

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. — 4 October 1895

Hartford Republican rUBLIBHED EVEnY F1UDAY MOIININQ NASI A. ANnr.HHWN ...1'roprlf lor. JO. n. IMHIKIW Alitor. Subaorlptlon, $1.25 por yoar. Friday, Octobur 4, 1895. SrAND to your colore. boys, nnd wo win. Reitjbijoan victory Is assured if only Republicans do tbclr duty. Let every Republican bo at his post from now until tbo polls closo on Novcmbor 5th. In tho Russellvillo Scnatonat dis trict Judgo Pctrio, of Todd county, was nominated and while tho district is slightly Democratic he is likely to win. The saloon is open every day in the week and half tho night. The church is open only once or twice a week and sometimes only once a month. Gen. Hardin is still following Col. Bradley over the Stato and persists iu perpetrating tho sanio silly negro domination speech upon tho people. The Kentucky Press Association, which met at Hopkinsville on the 23rd, ult., had a most delightful session. Tho trip to tho Atlanta Ik-position was a great success and the press boys now havo visions of Ni n...

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. — 4 October 1895

; J "S PRICE CLIPPINGS That will mako this week a lively onoat Fail' Bros & Co's. Magnificent array of SSqw JUitll and Win der Goods, together' wiui magic lnuucncc of popular low prices " inspire customers with Confidence and an eargerness to buy whiio all lines are complete and thus gives business an impetus, which keep our house crowded. Note these low prices on such articles as every family must have, and that right away. BOOTS AND 8HOES. Men's good boots . . f I 35 worthji 75 " " " . . " 1 75 3 35 " best " . . a 00 " a 50 " medium fine boots$2 50 " 325 Ladies best grain button shoes 1 50 Warranted not to rip Ladles glove grain button shoes $1 35 ' worth ft 50. Ladles fine Dongola kid tip shoe? 1 as worth $1 50. Children's coarse shoes 50, 65, 75 93c Ladies coarse shoes . . . 90c to $1 25 Old ladles lace shoes $t 35 Children's button shoes 75c to $1 35 .W.- I -,17- . Wo guarantee to save niiv fnvmnv tnnnmr mm 1 (&iL lliuilbj that will come to us for this line, ; t STAPLE ...

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. — 4 October 1895

Hartford Republican Friday, OcTonnn 4. '89s. CHRONIC MALARIA, A Voir Provalont DIsonso Following tho Hot Sums lnorof 1895. The continuance of hot and dry weather Is sure to produce the prevalence of chronic malaria. The past summer has been exac tly suitable for the production of a great deal of mala rla. Even in localities where mala ria has been previously unknown many cases of tntlaria are developed. This form of malaria is distinguished from the old fashion fever and ague by the Insidiousness of its attack and mid the difficulty with which It is cured. It does not come on quickly, like chills and lever. The symptoms pester and provokesouietimes for several weeks before the patient is made sick enough to take medicine. Slight, chilly sensations, cold, sweaty spells, frontal headache, biliousness, furred tounges, bad taste in the mouth, sticky mucous In the throat, constipation, languor, etc. A medical treatise on chronic malaria will be sent free by The Drug Manufacturing Company...

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 October 1895

i- hr Jr- I fc' k K & P4i k fe BABIES AND rate CHILDREN LOVE " ... . ro flfftPi fur tn.rs Is n opium or other pelsenoua ofI In - 0WEHSP1MKMIXIUEE It tin Utn uuJ in ih erscllctof a nmmnthyiicun for over tin years for Tstthlnc and Summer Com. plaint. No molhtrshouM be without II inechllj's itconj summer. 26o. andCOo Dottlii. AH DSAUR4, BOOK mtD. F.W. FLOYD . CO., Owintboro, K,. IlUa a wwii Nnim iMrtiwy. ! Kuril Iritfc n .-, wtM illtat tot ft nil U MlftiW HMH'1 (! rtra if-! ifcLuSRil til at ftwlM Tn ft ) ihMhtitm, iMmwtliiar1sl lt ft flrtfbi, ft- iW, I MM !.. ttM. VN Ibd rfaarrfsjl klffi Ha li tm nMHdbM4frraloililr bnkfnHflh,tnM'.(brp 4i.ll varrBHirfl W. 1. IIARHIMIN A fin. li.- k. if, Olumljai. . $1800.00 GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. $130.00 every month gtren awy to any on who p. phe 1 lltroufh ui for lw root nuntorioui patent duriag y mooth pjtteJinf MecureOio beat paUenU for and lha ot)cl of this offer it to a ocouraga Inventart to keep track of their bright Ideal- Altht tttnt tun e...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 11 October 1895

37H3E3 GASH STORE WILL BE WIDE OPEN pijy JLji U'JU JQU AJ HF'ODFt OHIO GOUNTY TEACHERS t i i u i i OSrESIXlT SATURDAY. TJ tJ '-'-'-' Td. j J w niimnij "' Have been made to give the Teachers the BEST BARGAINS Ever offered in Hartford. CALL AND SEE US BEFORE Purchasing elsewhere and be convinced. J. B. FOSTER Proprietor. Hartford Republican rvBuanai every Friday muukmiu AM A. AXDEIMO.V. ....rroprletor. JO. D. ROOEIUi . Editor. Subscription, $1.25 por year. Friday, Octoder ii, 1895. 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 Public Instruction. W. J. DAVIDSON, of Pulaski county. Rigister of the Land Office, CHARLES O. REYNOLDS, of Fayette county. Commissioner of Agriculture, LU0A8 MOORE, of Marion c...

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. — 11 October 1895

B J - sffi M tf 4 PRICE CLIPPINGS That will mnko this week n lively one at Fair Eros & Co's. Magnificent array of Now Fall and Goods, together with magic influence ol popular low prices inspire customers with Confidence and an cargerness to buy while all lines are complete and thus gives business an impetus, which keep our house crowded. Noto these low prices on such articles as every fam; ily must have, and that right away. BOOTS AND SHOES. Men's good boots . . 1 1 35 wotthfci 75 " " " . . 1 75 " 2 25 " best " . . a 00 " a 50 " medium finebootsfa 50 " 335 1,-idles best grain button shoes 1 50 Warranted not to rip J.udlcs glove grain button shoes $1 35 worth $1 50. Indies fine Dongolaleld tip shoejt 35 worth $1 50. Children's coarse shoes 50, 65, 75,90c Ladles coarse shoes . . . 90c to $1 as Old ladles lace shoes ft 35 Children's button shoes 75c to $1 as Wo guarantee to save any farmer money that will come to us for this line STAPLE ARTICLES. Bed blankets 75C Bed comforts , 75c...

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. — 11 October 1895

I p. Hartford Republican Friday, Octohkr it, 1895. A DIVE FOH LlM UV JOHN C. WKHNKIt. Tho American sea otter hunters made their first appearances olT tho Island of Itooroop In 18715, which henceforth for fifteen yeara or moro was to bo tho stage for so many of their adventurous exploits. Tho otters, having never been hunted, were tame, and for thrco or four years afterward tho vessels engaged in tho business mado big hauls. Of course, tho skins had not yet reached tho enormous valuo that they havo at tho present day, but, oven at dollars a skin at an average, a good plum could bo mado during tho summer with from two hundred to thrco hundred skins on board. ThoAlnos had, during the winter of 1872, killed over thrco hundred otters by simply clubbing them on tho drift lco that had filled tho bays on tho cast sldo of the island, and this wholesale slaughter Induced a party of us to try "whothcr wo could not emulate them tho following winter. We were nil young fellows, nono of us ovcrflu...

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. — 18 October 1895

I , J f You can Cura Your Baby of all Troubles srlilng from Teeth- Inf. UUordtretlitomach or Dowel Trouble! quick!, by giving OWENS PIIIK MIXTURE. OotranlM't r n fr n in t m r lhf i ii ildnif An l 1 ili ti ttittny nwt f t )u ycrt Wrltt (or ' ircuUrl free MM lh Otnulnt. Sold by all DoattrtJ 25c. and 50c. bottles. J. W. FLOYD A CO., eWINIIORO, H rri,",r.,ABenl3.$75 lithM for k UMllr Inn. mUit. tht wml.ff th. kad Ym I wh lb. fcttlM, tlt.nftM.4Mi th rM HHf kt, tttl Dam. "" . in I rfcmfMl wlrti. If. Mtfcttd .0llMB.ld.9f tWWltf. . - l i ! .rrtt4 ClrlrifrM V. S1"!' -l . CO.. (WS fit, IS, CslHBbBt. O. $1800.00 GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. ftjo. oo trrry month girn my ta ny on who p plici I trough us for lh noil ratrtiorwu pi tent during lht month preceding. We rcnr llio but patonti forottrcltcntf. ud the otjtct of this offer it to encourage inventort to keep track of their bright Idea. At the tame time we wish to itnprtii upon the public the tact that irSTIIBSIMPLE.TRIVIAUNVENTIONS THAT YIELD F...

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. — 18 October 1895

and some to another. We do osTiTwlmt brought it,lmt it is Want of space forbids the Proprietor Big Cash Store, qEI3Lr?.,,I?DErrOEl.X3, - Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVEKY FIUDAY MORNING HAJI A. ,l.Mli:it.SII' lroirlclor. Jo. 11. uoai:iiN ....iiiitor, Subscription, $1.25 per year. Friday, Ocronmi 18, 1855. REPUBLICAN DEVICE. faJqgitJyfaarSiaiaa ! Mm?4Hr?i I taw ' I Republican Ticket. Governor, COL. WM. O. BRADLEY, of Garrard county Lientonniit Governor, ; war. J.WOUTIIINGTON, of Gieenup county. Auditor, SAJt II. STONE, of Madieon county, Secrelnry of Stnte, CHARLKS FINLEY, of Whitley ootinty, Trwiiuror, GEORGE W. LONG, of Grayson oounty. Attornoy General, .1UDGE W. S. TAYLOR, of Butler county. Supt. of Public Inretrucliou. W. J. DAVIDSON, of I'ulneki county. Rigistcr of tho Land Olloe, CHARLES O. REYNOLDS, of Fnyotte oounty, Comiulsaloner of Agrioultuie, LUCAS MOORK, of Marion oounty. Railroad Commissioner hi Dut. JERRY R. l'ORTEIt, of Illckninn oounty. v For State Senator, t PR. A...

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. — 18 October 1895

PKICEOLIPPINUS That will make this week a lively onoat Fair Bros & (Vs. Magnificent nrrny of Now Fall and" Goods, together with m::g!c hiiiuonco of popu'ar low prices inspire customers with " Confidence and an oaruerness to biiv v. lii i5 all lines are complete and thus givvJ3 business an impel ue, which keep our house crowded. Note these low prices on such articles as every family must have, and that right away. BOOTS AND SHOES. Mui's goad boots . $i i$ wort'uft 75 . 1 75 '" 2 15 " best " . o " 50 " medium fins booths 50 " J s Ildlas best grnin liU.ton shoe I 50 Warranted not to rip Iidiw glove grilu button shoes $1 35 worth $1 50. Indies fine Dongola kdl tip shoofi 15 worth $1 50. Children's coarse shoes 50, 65. 75.9JC Ladies coarse shoes . . . 90c to $1 15 Old ladies lace show $13$ Children's button shoes 75c to $i t$ We guarantee to save any farmer money that will come to us for this line, .. STAPLE ARTICLES. Bed blankets . . 7S lied comforts 75c White linsey ajc Colored lin...

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. — 18 October 1895

' " Hn m jUkjUhM V . Hartford Republican PRIDAV, OCTODBR 18, I89S. OAT A RRH DESCRIBED. A Short HiBtory of a Bad Ma lad? by anEmInontMod leal Authority. This is the way chronic catarrh usually begins: A person catches cold, which hangs on longer than usual. Then follows a sensitiveness of the air passages which inclines to catch cold very easily. At last the person has a cold all the while More or less discharge from the nose, hawking from the throat, nostrils stopped up, lull feeling in the head, and cracking in the ears. treatment for this disease is the only treatment that has withstood the test of time. Peru-na should be taken without interruption until every symptom disappears. Send to The na Drug Manufacturing Company of Columbus, Ohio, for a copy of their latest book on chronic catarrh. This book is a complete guide to the cure of all forms and stages of this dreadful disease. ENCOURAGING Are the Chances of Hon. C. M. Barnett, of Hartford. Skotch of the Brainy and Popular you...

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 October 1895

- j Ti ity iklt I'tn, In .) Oomit. Hmteord E LAUD. OWENS PINK MIXTURE R.l.aurri. B. 11. rimi ron PinrCOTLY tcctmino HARMLttS. CHiioncN. The EPITBLICM. Giay Sz 3Kl:n.fro. IHCjrIOv(rthyllKiutiJuf Ittornoys nwners. rinK mrnure never gt Jgaw, urn to Mists ctirkirtn of nil ill practice in nil courts of Ohio Teething Troubles and adjoining counties, Huperior ' Court nnd Court of Appeals. Collections Pur'"- mescrlbs it hnnfn Pink td Mlxlurs eitntsln ' OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH C0UK DISTRICT, and all legal business j t , a rr ttibtt polfonouf to. Office 329 E. Market St. i Owentboro, Kf. Tra Bi '"'ssBi.wfej. ORA.TtU) PJfilfiiOc. KHHHi 9 :: a. - msam llfl Lcfjt.raw THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. iCnnntetfduHhthf State A t V totlttfl lllitirat OlllrUl FndorMnirnt, fit." Ooit rrnnr of Hit t umaiuiiMenitti, tin I'ttalitrrr it tint Htatt Collrgr, and tin ftrcrrlnrr unu Trrninrcr of lb Hcurllr Trusl and ttafet auli tk Ynin,? Ha IMplomiM. llI.(OJIl.f:MKl n Uaaimyof nrc sfol FUi...

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 October 1895

r i i t j a HARD TIMES! This has been the cry for the lust two years or longer. Some lay it to one tiling and some to another. We do not pretend to say what brought it,but it is hard times and we know it. We have never been half so well prepared to serve the people as at the present time. We have the goods to sell ycs,plonty of them. Bought 'em right and going to sell 'em right. WE ARE HUNGRY For more trade, we are hungry for more money, so we are prepared. If you are prepared WITH THE Cash, come and see what you can do. This season we have the most complete line and best Quality of Goods thatwe have everhad, and will sell them aw-fully cheap for THE CASH. We can Save You -" A Dimeor aDollar (or moro) on every purchase of a Suit of Clothes or a nice Dress Pattern. We have just received a big invoiced fall and winter Merchandise, embracing all the Latest Styles of seasonable goodsClothing, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes and other Merchandise all of which will be offered at prices l...

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 October 1895

OUR NEXT PRESIDENT Is hid behind tho veil of political obscurity. The firm of Fair JBros. & Co., however, is not bothered by any political drapery; and politics may coiue and politics may go, but wo sell on forever. Wo have again replenished our stock plcinished our stock in ail lines and arc now prepared to offer to our patrons getter bargains than ever. Read below the rare bargains in store lor you: BOOTS AND SHOES. Men's good boots $t 35 worthfll 75 . . 1 75 " a as " best " . . a 00 " a 50 " medium fine boots Ji 50 " 335 Indies bcit gtalu button shoes 1 50 Warranted not to rip Ladies glove grain button shoes $t 35 worth $1 50. Ladles fine Dongol.i kid tip slioejl 25 worth'$t 50. Children's coarse shoes 50, 65. 75,90c Ladies coarse shoes . . . 90c to $1 as Old ladies lace shoes ft 35 Children's button shoes 75c to ft as We guarantee to save any farmer money that will come to us for this line, STAPLE ARTICLES. I!el blanVets 75c Ited comlorts . 75c White linsey . . . 25c Colored...

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 October 1895

I 4 H 3 ) U Hartlord llopublican Friday, OctonnR 25, 1895. REPUBLICAN DEVICE. iL Placo tho X Insldo tho Squnro t Undor tho Log Cabin. THE HUMOR OF IT. She wns dressing very carefully and exquisitely for the Haverton's danco, and yot with u certain nervous abstraction. Now and then she would stand still, lost in linnlnins; then she would set her teeth, and dress frcnzlcdly for a spell. Clearly it was not easy to rehearse a scene of reproach nnd scorn and put In hairpins simultaneously. Out she realized that a perfect confidence In her own appearanco might materially Influence her courngo when the momentfor the sceno came, and that the moment should como to-night at the Haverton's dauccshe was fully and desperately determined. Surely if ever man deserved punishment at tho hands of woman that man was Ashby Eldon. Ho had behaved unforgivably. She had met him for tho first time at Ntco, In tho early part of this winter. She was there with an enervated aunt. Ho was thcro on mere pleasure,...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
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