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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 20 May 1892

joumau a. S HrinjjYoiir .full Work H'l iPK - X The Haetded to rin: KEPIMJCAN. SUBSCUUE tr Office, FOIt II t Wu are well supplied w ith thu very best material nici and lmo in oiiroinplny it a RO.ERS & SARMSTT, Fnblishers. OFFICIAL OMAN OF U PAF.TV IK THE FOURTH COKQRESSIOKAL SISTRICT, Ft. lira, !i Aduui. ifood workmen ns can bo found. Prifos reasonable. '$1.25 pci .ear. Fl i S V VOL. IV. HARTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1892. NO. 42. WAIT FOR THE Not a Day Sooner! Not a Day Later! JOHN ROBINSON'S GREAT WORLD'S EXPOSITION! imwmM ;:S i i jvi ju u u uwu.u as j -., vm W. !'tf,SS; PRESENTATION, BEFORE Af illMil tf .. vm. c? r? i r. vi rrxu E murnvoru rteft Mimiir .'i,aiiiKs jl jw i w. iwivuw1 wuctull. i?" 10 T Iieaver Dam, Ky., Wednesday, V IT A r For tho Timo Iriod Old Reliable,! M k r W All For tho Biggest and Best Show, V AY " J.M.M. M. For tho 10 Big Shows PnmhinnH JLTXl JL M. For tho Spoctaclo of King Solomon GREAT SHOWS AM triple Circus, Double Menagerie, Hippodrome, IrtSrlJo not ...

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 May 1892

Hartford Republican rUBUMED EVERY FHUIAY MORKINO. &?" Kn"'''""""'"!'..!.. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1892. -- - Tub General Assembly of the Cumberland Preabyteriitn Church id iu session at Memphis. If Protection is each 11 curse to labor, why are foreigners continually leaving the old countries and coming tomakethoir homes io America, the greatest protective country iu the world? . , i . Juimb Little has decided that the recent election held on the local option question at Hnwcsvilio was illegal and that the license issued since is YoM.'f his scores another victory for lo-adoption and a black oye for whisky. Tub Nao York Pros, of last Sunday has a supplement giving the like, ness of several great horsemen, home lost horses and a number of jockeys. Among the latter may be seen the smiling face of Ohio county's great race-rider, Pikoy, Ilames. Henry Wattkiison is still busy telling the Democracy about the usclessness of nominating Cleveland for the Presidency. Right you are, Mr.Watterson, an...

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 May 1892

1 i FAIR BROS. & CO.Ii Something A - ELECrRIC! ECLECTIC! ECLECTIC Because we show absolutely everything worth buying in Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Dress Goods, Millinery, etc. ELECTRIC Because our spring display is positively dazzling and electrifying. INSPRIRING Because we show what business pluck and ability' can do in getting together a good stock and a good crowd. Where, Oh Where are our competitors? IXJj.IX.Ej. answers, Come to us in crowds. We can take care of all. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION IS Furniture! FraiW! ,"la .1 J:r &?. V. fcWC.J.' 'T 1 Tr i & ' . ' " 5v & For Ward-Robes Dressers, or anything in the General Furniture Lino, see t. j. mokton. N.N &M.V.R.R. TIIAINS I.KW'K IIKAVKIt MM. T1UINS GOIM1 WEST. No. I., Mull ami Ki'rp 12 10 r. : .Nt.. 7, l.limlrJ KiirriK .11. mr. THV1M IIOIMJ Elsl. Nn.C, Mull (ml l'.xirri. - HI r. : No. , l.lmili il i:Tf - 1 . - -I' FBI DAY, MAY 13, 1802. New Hats at Kahn'ri. New Parasols ut Knhn's. New Calicoes nt KnhnV. Ne...

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 May 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, MAJ 20, im. t HARDINSBURG. May 13. Holnutl Smitli nnd moved to Stcnlicnsport.whero they will make their future home. Hon. B. F. Beard, of this place, is a candidate for delegate to represent this district in the Democratic National Convention. He will in all probabilities be chosen. The new City Council met Tuesday night of last week. Jnmcs V. Beard, was chosen Marshal, and Jesse It. Kkridgc, City Attorney. There Was a red-hot political fight in Cloverport for M.iyor ot that city. Chas. Light foot was elected by a of thirteen. He was the Democratic eundidatc. Mks Tearl Shull is visitnig her Frank ilaswell. John P. Haswell, Jr., Misj Linnie Haswell and Miss Jessie Shull went to Cloverrmrt Saturday. April, :10th. A mas meeting ot the People's ' changer to duplicity or iiulaitliluN ncss, the ot wlucli wasiu no sense admirable to hi-" own mind, nor found lodgment iu the minds ot others with releioin'o to him. His biuiii power was of the lirst the and the eoii...

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. — 27 May 1892

liriiijrYiiur .loli Work Kj to thi: 11 Wo nro woll Hiippliml with tho very liostiimlorial mid liuvo in our employ us 'oo(l workmen us fan lu fun ml. I'ticus reasonable. HAN'S BABY. Mri I clp nil' .Tiiftunis i' IVry ilit I IhiijjIi mo wild tu miw del' ny My eehnmll, young liuhy dry tu funny lectio liuhy. When I look of tllicm lectle lore, Uml biiw dot liinny IccJc hum-, Unil heard iler vny dot rooster uiunv, I gchmile like 1 viih grnzy. Uml vcu I licmil t'er real nice vny Dhcin licnplea totnv vile illicyKiy, "More like his hitler every tlay," 1 vns m bioml like Sometime dliereeomrM lrotlef('liiiinll, Uota vlien vinily vnul Mm mil Itichri in his Icelle bli'lmiiiitck rclunull, J)ot'n too Inn) lnr tier li.iliy. Dot makes him at night so fcIiw'cvI Uml gorrylmric lie end, Uml mint chum dildiry on my Hat To help dot Icelle Iwliy. He hulls my n ho uml Ircks my hair, Uml grawlrt me nfer ef'crv where. Uml chlohbt'rn me, hut vat I care'' Dot vas my ?chmall young hahy. Around my head dot leelle...

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 May 1892

Hartford Republican PUnLWIIKIl KVl'.ltY KltlDAY MOItXINO. jo. n '. .n. FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1892. Republican Ticket. rou sur.imr. Clayton L. Woodward. roit run tit i.r.itu. Septimus T. Stovons. Who is displeased with Monday's nomination-.? Nobody, lint onr friends, tlio enemy. What's the matter with Woodwind? He's all right. And what's the matter with Stevens? lie's all light, too. Louivit.i.i: hud another destructive fite lat ICriday night. Hiay it I.andrinn Manufactory was totally destroyed. U)-i will reach 8100,000, with about 870,000 insurance. Tin: recent Democratic Convention remembered Ohio county very gracefully by placing llownn Holbrook on the Committee on Orgauiation, and making W.T. Hay ward District KIcetor. A MiocKiNd murder was committed List Friday evening at Anchorage Aylum. One of the attendants by the name of Klli and a guard named liuchauau kicked one ot the inmate, Michael. I. Carey, to death. I'itO(iiiAMMi:s of the St.itc Teachers Association are out for the meeting...

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 May 1892

FAIR BROS. & COJMJ Something A ELECTRIC! ECLECTIC Because we show absolutely everything- worth buying in Dry Goods, C.'othing, Notions, Dress Goods, Millinery, etc. ELECTRIC ! Because our spring display is positively dazzling and electrifying. INSPRIRING Because we show what business pluck and ability can do in getting together a good stock and a good crowd. Where, Oh Where are our competitors? answers, " LxLjmALa. j i , 1 ' ' ' " ' Come to us in crowds, Wo can take care ol all. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION 1 Fmitw! Funks!!! For Ward-Robes Dressers, or anything in the General Furniture .Line, see T. J. MORTON. N,N &M.V.R.R. 3iw(tUaf TIH INS I.KU'K UK WiMI MM. TltMNS (iOI.Nd WWT, No. ft. Mull nml Ihprru 12.11) h. No. 7, Mini lisl Kipriuu ll:.TO r. m. TltMNS (iOI.M! KMil. Ni. t, Mini mml Ktprruu - IMHr. m. No. , Miiiitnl Kxprvuu VM a. M FRIDAY, MAY27, 1892. Trade at the Bimtiir. Try trading with us. Cakson A Co. Monday is Decoration day at No Creek. Remember Bryant & Hnyues,...

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 May 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1892. HARDINSBURQ. May 17th. Mrs. Dr. Willet, of Vinq Grove, was visiting lior sister, Mrs. Hardin, last week. James Patterson, one of Clover-port's onergotio Republicans, lias received an nppoin'ntnient as Government Storekeeper. JoeTaul and son, Gabe, of Hall-town, were in town Friday, tlio Ulth. G. Haswoll lias just put into operation a large poultry yard. It is furnished with an incubator and brooder. It will bo n paying business. James Gardner and Judge Mercer returned from Louisville Friday. W. H. Hell, lately elected Mayor of this place, has resigned. Ho goes to take chargo of the commissary on tho I,. St.L. & T. II. S. Skilliuan,.oiir efficient and accommodating Circuit Court Clerk, is u candidate for ic -election subject to the action of the Democratic party. The office of Circuit Clerk, needs a man who is well iju.ilified to fill it. Mr. fckillman has held the office for twelve years. His party could not nominate a better in m. lticl...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 3 June 1892

NMMMHtfffSttASttlBx MMUfiftMfattM mmmammmamamm HriiijrYour Job Work Kl TO TIIK Oict. The Haetded Republican. SUEECEIIE von tjji Wo nro well supplied with tho very best material REPUBLICAN and have in our employ us mm & eaaii, paiiihm, OFFICIAL ORQAK OF THE PARTY !H THEJOUR.I. COKGI'S 1101 At fflM, TERHSILiS Fir Annum. !a Aiuoct, 'gool yvo'ikinen us can bo Wlouiid. Prices reasonable. $1.25 lci j.ar. FlK' . VOL. IV. HARTFOED, KY!., FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1892. NO. 44. Sn.W State Directory li.m rnur J. V HfHn l.uulriiiiit laurnur.ni M.O. Altonl H ctftiil) ql Hlnte .i mi ) Minnii) (Irni'Ml W.J. Ilfii.liiik Aii'liicr... -1. C Niiriimii TrnJiriT ..Ilnir) Hull' Lnii'Mitlti'.7 v J. II. Hwimvci Wjlll'llllt (If in ri... ....'. .- J. "" S iiil.'l'illif.c tlnii II. I' 'I Iiiihh I,, ili I 4iM.iii. I iililir I'l llitrr I! Polk l.ililirm csnrrv Bsixsr.T, Clicnll C.l.ll fi.nt ! i till M.imli) III Mn) n,. .Niifriniirr , , , I I' In it L'Jt i nmiiimiiliir.ltiriii'.v -Jip " 1 1, 1 1, V Ihililitlik l I Jl...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 3 June 1892

Hartford Republican PUBLISHED KVKHY F1II1IAY MOKNINO. jo. n v. a, ROfJKHN. 1 111...... A.l BAKXKTT,'""" "' " FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1893. Republican Ticket. Mill N1IKI11FF, Clayton L. Woodward. rou ciiut'ir m.f.uk, Soptimus T. Stovons. Co.M.Mi:NCEJii:Nt is grand. Tom Pctit is milking things very interesting in the Second District Congressional race. Ir this Democratic Congress keeps on, the only (s)cent left in the Treasu ry will ben bad smell. Tin: attempt of' n certain class of Democratic politicians to estrange Blaine and Harrison has so far failed. "lli:i,i, on Wheels at Syracuse," is what tho calls the recent Cleveland Democratic Convention in New York. John Lowi.ow, the veteran showman and genial gentleman, was with John Robinson at Beaver Dam the 'J.'ith, ult. He is the originator of tho well known nnd popular expression, "13ringon another boss." Winds and floods continue to do their desolating work. Kansas lias been visited by dreadful clyclones, the lower Mississippi country bv fl...

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. — 3 June 1892

v UNFAIR BROS. & COii BIG REDUCTION THIS WEEK IN Military ui Ribbon Departments. Ladies Desiring To Purchase a Nice mid-summer Hut have now an opportunity of receiving the very Intent nl SUCH LOW PRICES Ah will astonish you. To our atock Inn been added the Latent "STorHs: Stales In Clielloii, Crepo tie Clicno and French Crepe Hats. From now until the nca3on closes our entire line of RTKKONS, FLOWERS, LACES, etc., C!o at n great reciiotion. Come to tbu great MARK DOWN SALIC mid fee tho rnre llarguins ofl'ereil. Vim, Vigor Is our watch word. Our store is HEADQUARTERS IN HARTFORD For Active Participants in the eager search for Bargains during the summer of 1892. HIUNG US YOUR WOOL, GINSENG and FEATHERS. We pay tho highest price. FAIR BE. & ML Props., HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION Fnmitnre! Fuiitin!! bBBBBBMrrBBBBbu? BBBBa For Ward-Robes Dressers, or anything in the General Furniture Line, see 1 J. MORTON. N.N.&M.V.R.R. jjgsrt TRAINS I.EAVK RKAVKK DAM. TKA1NH GOING WEST. N. . M...

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. — 3 June 1892

tin i Friir...l'fl 1i.l.llll.f.lUi 1 i k- i FKID.VY, -IV si: 1, ISO J. t i ( HARDINSBURG. Mav 2.1,-1)?. U J-. Hnyo, of, (,'lllv:lort, mu m town ItK week on pi (ll'cfwioinil l)UitieJ. ' , Morale Eskriiluu autl.C!. ... lluawull went to Cloveriioit on tlic lStli Hubert W'.oWt, t T;tr Fork, n in ton on the lSll. , Tlio ' VMiiii'olliiiiw tti'i' Mnick by liLfhtniiiir Tuiadiivltlio 17tli. Onu ol'1 tin1 chimin1! a wits torn in tuiw down J .... ., . . ii I to t lenml. Hid M'liuinij Wcre u i teirilily Iriglitcncil, bill lickily nil' olmiicI nnliml. ... . (I II.. !....! ftlllll rilll't.OI I.Ulllvine, ism muni;. Uu Iiti" been intending Jtvrant and I .Stralton's DiiMiieM College. Hiiius St. Clair and Jlw Kllie lilnek weie nmriied May the 1 7th, at the lesidenee of Linn Illsiclt, the I Inide's I'alher ' Will Hook retiiiiieil home 1'ioni ' Louisville May the 'Jlst, where he had ' been attending the iaee. j 1$. F. Iteiiul V Co. have minethin,' in the way of'n linv in their Mine, j It is it dainn li...

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. — 10 June 1892

better with iis. It Low Prices that the bound Green River Country. A., 'it' ' 1 1 - .lhr r .&F&&- ennsiriiTwI il is til., ' , (, '. PALACE! is clear to everybody only handle Judge of Goods is bound to buy, is bound to return for some other trade. HARTFORD TRADE PALACE ZEaToprietor it.hhur FINE, FINE, we do the Business - P$E We buy for CASH ONLY mid consequently WE buy CHEAPER Than those who have to buy on CREDIT. 0(JR MOTTO: QUICK SALES and SMALL PROFITS. in the county. We to be satisfied and ' and compare Quality somewhere else, are $1.00 to18.00. shoes. can't mention to-day and receive 9 f,fflgR7?T?'?TF fig? gs i'TnTrrTriTTi7i''waTrrnr 51 s ' ' UM I TO BrhifjYoHr Job Work W jo iiii: Dice. The Haetdrd Eepublican. SUBSCRIBE roii iii Wo tiro well suiiliu(l REPUBLICAN witli tliuturvliuHtiimturiiil mid liav o in our omi jtloy n.i XT, & BARNSTT, Publisher!. ornciAL organ or the party k tce fourth cqmp.e.l district. .SMS SU. Pir Annan, In Aiutct, yood worktiiun ii.s can ...

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. — 10 June 1892

Hartford Republican THE3 XrS7S70 GrUJEJ -A-T LEI OJP n.3E3ITJ33IaXO jLJXTX&2K. mnxxz; .- ;nillltllllll)E!lll!llllllHI1I M'lltltlf I .MUlIlm III! ! Lit R.'jEvsm s,nW ' v' T Uff " t, ' ri r'r xmm 'MliluVW) S7 tf , 7 .. li .;'..'V?'4j y mi a a "vL'i: rtmt.ifciiia i:vi:itv pmiuy mokximi. Mil. J. I. (Vine, (lll(lti)rt Jruo Kami, hoiua WI.,.h)ii "Alurlrjlnif tvr) I.iiumm 1 iiinowMl u larve lluncli .III. II. IIOfJI'.HV ! 1 IMitOi mill Proprietor. uf tuo j earn hUuhIImk, Iruiu a J tur ulu Ully. ! V. St. IIAII5I.1T ltli lliiuoulipllutllouaor C FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1802. QUINN'S OINTMENT : I nijilhct)otprcrrntlmi 1 liAAesveruiedor heard I Republican Ticket. f. 1 It loull UurMnicn." 5 Wchtnc hunitrr ill c such ittttmonlalt t'OIt rlintilt. A.k vour.lruiiifUtlurlt. Kliti Clayton L. Woodward. 7J!IIHtf.tC ilovrt not Kitp a Mfpau. J.c. utniHur t irr. ftrtrlnUrfx. sue II11Y .V CO., Wl Ui'liall, N. X. K iifBfAniiiiiniinmiiinioiii .siis.s:ssi .isiii..4iiiini.aiiiii foii ci u hit m:kk, Soptiuius T. Sto...

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. — 10 June 1892

r. '-. WAIR BROS. & CO.! mm BIG REDUCTION vw mimnrsy m Ladies To n Nice niM xiiiiiinrr receiving tliu 8UCH LOW PRICES An will ii'lonMi wi. 'I'o Inn been added the Latest "Toicik: Stales In Chcllnii, Ciepu ill Client! mill French Crepo lint. From now until llio seaum our entire line of RIBBONS. FLOWKKS, LAlitiS, etc., (So at n great reeuelmn. Ctmiu to tins great .MARK DOWN SALF mnl see (lie rare Vim, Vigor and Victory In our wateli words. Our fturt is HEADQUARTERS IN HARTFORD For Aetive Participant in the eager search for Bargains iluriii' tliu summer of 18112. BMNCi US YOUR WOOL, GINSENG and FEATHERS. Wo pay tlic price. i i HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION Mire! - Furniture ! ! For Ward-Robes Dressers, or aiiy thing in the General Furniture Line, sec T. J. MORTON. i N.N. &M.V.R.R. Mlllfc TI1AINS l.KH'K lIKWIUt lM. TRAINS ClOINll WKST. N.i. .1. Hull ml Kxpri' 2."' '" " No. T, l.inii'lr.1 KirrM II..Tur. . TRAIN!) OOINI1 K.Wl. No. 6, Hull n,l Kiprr I'r. K.. I, I.lmltf.lEiprc . FRIDAY...

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. — 10 June 1892

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, .lUNKJO, IS'J'2. HARDINSBUHG. May .'!. The District I'.iil'ereiKV of the KluiibetlitoWn District of the M. Vj. Jliureli,H,)iiih'couVcued at this plnwi Wednesday, May 'Snh. The doors of the town were thrown wide niipii. the ministers and ly welcomed. The following mini-. t'e.s were vk: .1. 1. E ling., ton. (i. H. King, It. C. Ale.xhnder, , W. C. Ilnyes, Jl. K. Cuiidill, T. L. ' Orandell, IJ.H.Campbell, S. P. Styles, i A. H. Prater, L. AV.Hrowdcr, C. Y. Smith. L. M. .J. 11. i way. Wiling ministers: II. C. Sent-. lc, Louisville; Hanson llrowder, oi the Logan county reniale College; J. P. Bedford, of the Nashville Pub lishing House and 0. P. Hartford, of Pordsvillc, Among the visitor present, were Mrs. Dr. Smith, of Clover-port; Mr. and Mrs. Abe Morris, Pita Robinson, of Rig Spring; Mrs. Dr. Whitehead and Mrs. Alfred of Vine Grove; Mis.Riewcr.of Louisville; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. SioNo and V. H. Gardiner, of Leitchlield and Mrs.Malcn.of Urandenburg. Wednesday even...

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. — 17 June 1892

J ( Job Work m K wx H IJrinj,'Yoiir HaktMB to 'J in: Office. The Eepubligak - SUBSCRIBE 1011 tiii: Wo are well rtiiijiliud BON with the best material mid buo very in our uniploy us mm l BARNEIT, FabliiherB. OFFICIAL ORQAM OF THE FART? INISE FOURTH tiKlY.milimi TERMS S1.25 Fir Amco, h Admct, LrM)l workmen mi can be ihs fonnd, 1 'rices roiiMtinublc. per year. xm VOL. IY. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1892. NO. 46. ;J5zk 11 i State Directory Hnvtmor ., . J, Y. HniHii Lieutenant tavrmar., . M.C.Air.ml A.irelary ol rltitlej..... . ... llnilli i (((in nil- VV J. Ilrndrick Auditor .h 0 Noniinii Treasurer ..llinrlll of Ijiti'1 Olll. " II. Hanngo ,lJuUht Urnrra A '"" Mill t. Public Itflriicllnn I!. I'. Tlmin'oii CI,. , it .K Polk Johnson coxriT': CiriiiifOonrl rai' ! Oh llonili) in Ma) iu.Nticmiirr " - I. P Lithe l'iniiiiilirullir .Mlnuiey "..'",,' N",1' ej.,c I' Hindu ick ) ' '"It Jmlxr I !' pr'n AMnriit r I' I' I l,ti. Itnttllll lliilbriHik i rrirv:::::::.::::..:.. -I ;-.;---- I' 1 Monda...

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. — 17 June 1892

Hartford Republican rtTBLIIIIED EVKHY FKIDAT MOKNINO. JO. B. ROfiritH, lpj,,. ,l Pronrlolnr. C. .. BARM SETT, J FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1892. Republican Ticket. for NiicRirr, Clayton L. Woodward. FOR CIRCUIT CM.KK, Septimus T. Stevens. THE WINNERS. Tho Minneapolis Convention Presents a Strong Ticket tJpon a Faultless , Platform. TIIP InNllci'oeil lllnmi'lTM llll Wlillrliiw ltrlil ih I'rovlilriif. The Minneapolis Convention met Tuesday, June 7th, ami after ti very lively session nominated Benjamin Harrison lor re-election to the and Whitelaw Reid for Vice- BENJAMIN HAltlUVON. President. The opponents of Harris-ou were very enthusiastic for Blaine's nomination, but when it came to u vote the President eame in on the first ballot with a good margin, lllniuc's best friends were Harrison's strongest supporters, the Blaine contingent merely taking advantage of the great popularity ofthe magnetic emteman id order to defeat Harrison, it was opposition to Harrison and not love for Blaino that promp...

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. — 17 June 1892

4 r UNFAIR BROS. & COi A Bright Fenny Will please a child, but you would not think of giving a man a penny. The idea then, of offering man or woman A PENNY BRIBE To draw in their custom! Yet that is just what is offered when a reputed dollar article is marked at ninety-nine cents. A PENNY BAIT Is a small thing to go a-fishing for custom with; too small for a large firm, and quite too small for us, Our motto is $1 worth for $1 ) And we live up to it, and we are not go ing to lower our standard a cent's worth. We give a premium in the quality of ' our goods that's worth more than a cent's worth of chewing gum. FAIR IS. & CO,, Fro;:., HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION Fuiitm! Mm!! PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPHjlF u ppiM For Ward-Robes Dressers, Suits,liock ers or any thing in the General Furniture Line, see T. J. MORTON. - i i . N.N tfcM.V.R.R. mdSEL TK1INS LEAVK BEAVKR UAH. TRAINS OOINO WEST. V. , Mill Eipr. 12.10 r. a. N. 7, Ure.tW EiprtM llsiOr. . TBAINH OOINO KA81. U. . M.il .id Eir - Ml r. . ...

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. — 17 June 1892

Hartford Republican F1DAY:JUNE;17, .18IW. ous, too." Navigator to L Said tobePunny. Mitor. "It'stnkes ino tli And ma has trouhles(dat) coudi. at tin j nients) "Canyon darn tockiugti,It belie?" cd a man to kill all our time, time, and are thinking of discharging In iti he has .o little to do. What, going?" Huston Xcws. I'Olt IIIMi:r.M and l.lt.r Vlii.ilnt. .MiiihiM'i. pitnteil KUirantir imeiei) l.tlli'ot Sliilnh'i. VU11I101. Mn;m '.riilin.vllni SHREVE. .Jiiiu !. llusiness in this vicinity is very f lull on account of the j rain. ! MeHxrs IJruce Potty and C. W. ' llos.son, of It. dial. .1, nro relatives at tliis place. Messrs .lames anil Willie. Porter, of Hartford, pent Saturday with j their (r.uidp.ireiits, .Mr. anil Mr:-, t.rant .Mrs. Taylor Murphy is on the hV'.c " list. I Miss Deo Tttt.stall has typhoid fever. Prof. J. lojflii has closed his school. It is thouidit ho uill do (tart for Tua. v Mrs. Elizabeth Porter anil Mrs. Ellis WiLson, of 'l'owsey, Grayson county, spent Saturday...

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