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

(mCORPORATtO. flffyPTW'''Sii E3E2 1 V - Hf " " - - . .' ' ' -..'. ......n 3 OWENS PROFESSIONAL . . CAndf. l. i.M i i.oj Pinft The Habteobb. b.i um. BD.(fi6 Mixture' as IRlxi, Every rtofti flnkMlittirfftt houM hv a bo(U of attorneys ggt jjgaw Teething Troubles aCavrtfexA, 2Can.tva.Uc3r. Will practlco in nil courts of Ohio' naoplat. No harmful drug , MUI..1 , , Tittr , . ..' . . ' and r' by ntiyilrlans aM ovir .;i'V .' If i -ay adjoining counties, Huperiof 10UO 20c. motlwrt, win. AnsOOe br bolJbyallilMlcri. nnk BOTTUS. rrM. OFFICIAL ORGAN Of THE PARTV IN .HE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Court and and Court all legal of Appeals. business attend Collections , cd to. Oflice 329 E. Market Sti ' P.W FLOYD A CO., "tIT P ' ' '"" -- 11 onti i.. i ipfcddMfcyqtw L - - vnanoogno, sr. VOL. VIII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDA DECEMBER 27, 1895. sto;22l ar xjvw&b, 1 I :"-". 8 lmw w ' Ktin&LldUC. LT if Jrfl WR- fPLK DUCED jyKA Kv9l iWIENT'. TRfATED IV , MAI L ran n I OH AOoacU WITH fit SrantJ ULw.n...

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 December 1895

evem1" SANTA fSS: BiHBfc jg HAS SET UP HEADQUARTER Not only in the distribution trix for the cliildren such as Toys, Wagons, Drums, Guns, Chairs, Dishes, Dolls, Oranges, Candies, Nuts, &c, &c, and over so many funny things never seen before. But in nice goods such as are suitable for young Gentlemen and Ladies We have a fine and varied assortment, too numerous to mention. Also lor Families and Housekeepers we have a heavy stock of fine and fashionable Furniture,LAMPS, DINNER SETS, CHAMB ESETS, &c, &c, such as are absolutely necessary and such as cannot be had outside of the City trade. FINALLY, we have the biggest line of STAPLES, such as 500 families need, and these were bought at BANKRUPT sales and are now on the market at abso lutely lower prices than they can be bought in the WHO ESALE Trade. Give us a call at once. Resp'y, HOCKER & CO. Hartford Republican Friday, December 27, 1895. ranLisnED evert fkiday mohmno BAM A. -Proprietor. JO. II. noEs.. ....- Editor...

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 December 1895

l- c afiKH W.. ftr?2Sv llin comts In robts rtCTaH oftrslllng cloud And tar. coronal o f ; nrfgya Trom where time' blllowi rla nd crowd Across ths foamy ban. Through skies of rar (hat stretch away, lltr wild balr flostlncfrts, J3ht cornel to whra hex kingdom Ilea Ily !thtr land or sea. Jor hr th dawn' pal buda of light Art round her pathway thrown, JAs Ilk a banner An tb light Th nlfht I badkwmrd blown. And dim afar th laat Ion tar As on bar chariot so, ,tVhU In th eaat th later atreak Orow ruddy aa m row. And tadea tb old year worn-out aoyth Aa soma half -moon's faint line. And January" hrald tilth In Icy armor ahln, ,WhU round br train tb froien rain. That Bom nlanaia th now, tlaa caught a million bright From out th aunrls glow. And glad ber face aa on h speeds Toward th rlalng sun, JWIth light of hop and nobis deeds Of faith and duty done. And In htr ya th awlft curprls Of alt that round her walls. ,Wher morning, aa h .paeaea by, l!aa opued wide th gatea. ONE TIIATWA'S BROKEN. Sto...

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 December 1895

& h sawnsraees: sa 4 sell Below wo mention a partial list of what we have for you. Toys for the- children, substantial gifts for the older ones: Metal calendars, Trinket boxes,Si!ver mugs, Pin cushions, ' Photograph frames, Mirrors Bisque figures," dol.s, Kid body dolls, China dolls, dolls of every description, Sad irons, Tin toys of all kinds, Bell toys, Drawing slates, Surprise boxes, Toy watches,. Soap bubble blowers, Bellows toys, Climbing monkeys, Drummer monkeys, Spider and the" fly, Chinese must go,Baskets, a com- plete line, music stands, Paper dress dolls, Toy trunks, Black boards, Tables, Roller rattlers, Toy banks, Xmas tree ornaments, candles, Child rockers, Doll carriages. Express wagons, Steel carts, Sleds, Buggies, Donkey riders, A. B. C. Blocks, Books all kinds, Rubber balls, Celluloid balls, games of every kinds, checker boards,Toy pistols, Fire crackers, and numerous other articles. The most complete line of Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Rugs, Umbrellas, Towels, Nap...

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 January 1896

I rri t -r: You cn Cure Your Baby of all Troubles arlilnj from Teeth- ' Inj,l)lofdrtd5tomtcliorllowl " Traublet quickly, by giving OWENS PINK MIXTURE. ChHBtt1 frt fron til plimtf ethur p( ihui Atia Aai4 dio tot t'Rwxir ii laf w ysui Writt ! cirmUrt frw. tthtQtnulnt. Sold by til Dcatirs. 25c, and 50c bottles. .F.W FLOYD A. CO.,. POLKA REDUCED PATIEWT3 TREATED OV MAIL fCD PADTICUIAIU ALL (on itDDRcuwrmetsHnn o.w.r.NYDi hmix rfnioitPstnuioicMiiwio THE 1CCIDEHT8 OF LIFE Write lo T. S. Ouincev, M' Drawer 1W, Chicago, ' tary of the Btar AcciOKNr IfHHflBHT Company, fur Information -mm regarding Accident Mfnllou this paper, lly no del n it you cull utl membership fee. Ita paid over 4000,00) W for scchltnul Injuries. Bo your own Agent. HO MHD1CAI, EXAMINATION RltQUIKCn The Lexington Business College. (INCORPORATED. OI3JKAH NHHIJ lrP J " sssH THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. (Cennt4,t teitk tk fittU A dll.Cotltgtl Itlrhrtl OdlrUl HAN linrl b th (Jovprnor nf iLc Com BictiwAlihiindtilrlden(o(...

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 January 1896

v Hartiord Republican rUBLtSUED KVKRY FIUDAY MOIIK1NO MAM A. ANIir.MO.V.H ...... KdlUr. Subscription, $ 1 .25 por yoar. Friday, jANUAnv io, 1896. CUBA'S NAME AND HISTORY. Cuba is the tint and filth name of the largest of the West India Islands. "When discovered by Columbus natives called it Cuba, niter which the invadors called it Juana, Fcrnandina, Santiago and Ave Maria, Then again going hack to its first name, Cuba. Said by eomo writers to bo the name ol a small fruit lound upon the island. Cuba winds its way through tho sea about eight hundred miles and is eighty miles wide. Its coasts are low and scolloped with a dozen or inoro harbors ot moro or less importance. The surfaco of the island raises from its marshy coasts interior to an altitudo oi one milo above tho level of the Bea. About three hundred years ago the famous fortress "Moro" was erected as n defense to Havana. Living un der the rule of a Despotic Governor, ceucral thev are not a people, but have about 400 miles of r...

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 January 1896

! i f' C ft at E M I A' nmuwsgr it jfTPPB THIS IS A COLUMNI It is our colum. It is ours became wo want it. It is ours because we pay the Editor cash for it. Dictionary says a col umn is "something placed perpendicularly and usid for support." That's it, this'column helps support the paper; also help3 support our customers every time it calls their attention to articles on which we can save them money. We can save you money on Underwear We can save you money on Ulsters. We can save you money on Overcoats. We can save you money on Suits. We have a large stock of winter necessities. Wouldn't have it if we didnot buy it cheap; would not buy -it cheap unless we intended to share the savings with our customers. Kersey Pants Are a specialty with us this year. FAIR BROS. & CO. Hartford, Ky. THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Cough-cure, tho most prompt nml effective remedy for dlienscs of tlio throat mid lungs, is Air's Cherry l'ectoriil. As nil emergency medi cine, for the cure of Croup, Soro Thr...

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 January 1896

V. Hartford Republican Friday, January io, 1S96. AN APACHE PERIL. "There nro streaks In the Indian makeup," said Paymaster General Stanton, "not to be understood by the paleface. In illustration 1 mlflht tell an adventure which happened to mo long ago In Arizona. I recall It as one of the closest shaves of my life. It will servo to exhibit, how-over, n sldo toHho Indian character not readily to be explained. "This was tho winter of 1871. I was paymnster for tho troops just then engaged in fighting tho Apaches in the far southwest. One morning, I left Fort Apache on a pay trip. My outfit was made up of tbree wagons, nn ambulance for with an escort of 20 men. ''There was plenty of snow on tho mountain; still for all that the region wus thick with hostile Apaches, and no man's llfo was safo a moment 40 rods from tho command. I knew all this,' and for that very reason kept my wagons, ambulance and escort well together, and did not permit tho outfit to string out or break into pieces as ...

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 January 1896

$t K vt im) i iV OWENS PINK MIXTURE ton TIITHINO CHILDREN. rcnrccTLY HAnMLtsa, uiel (or 10 ytsrs hy ttimitsmli of mothtrs. HlnkMmurtnevtr fall la ralltv chllJren of all , Teething Troubles Doctors Pink Mlvturs etcsgie II li known to contain no opium or ottitr eolionous urug, vrnii lor circulars irtt Soil fey ill dsslsrs, In 20c. and OOo. Borrits. F. W. FLOYD CO., 0sntboro, K. li '.I' ix. ' FOLK RVwmiy vm Nfc DUCED PATIENTS THEATEO dv riAll. fOQ PABfltULADa tAll onoootuwnnol5ti,4j u.w.r.3Nvni'iiKOi nVKitcumuTMOiCAOC THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE A Write to T. B. Quincbt, jjBj2 Drawer 150, Chicago, Secre- 'jHpr tiry of (lie Star Accinrmt fVHUKT Compakv, for Information VBR rrgardlng Accident Intur fltlPK ancc. Mention lhl paper. Dy so doing you can save ntmbcrsnlp fee. Has paid over fOW.OUO.OO (or accidental Injuries. Do your own Agent. MO MlUtlCAT, EXAMINATION REQUIRED. The Lexington Braes College.i 4 (INCORPORATED, ) fcN. G9 THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. t&mmeUd utt U FUU A, 4 Jtf....

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 January 1896

Hartford Republican rUBUBBED EVKItY F1IIDA.T MOIIMHO hah a. AnnKimo.t r.itiicr. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. -'' " -' - -Friday, January 17, 1896. Ho.v. Henry 8. Tyler, Mayor of Louisville, died Wedncsdny morning IIo.v. E. P. MoAdams, acandidato Tor Delegate to the National Republican Convention from tbo Second District. Hon. J. 0. W. Beckham has been chosen by tlio Nelson county Commitlco to tbo race for Representative to fill the place made vacant by tho death of Mr. "Wilson. The marvelous success of Dr. W, G. Hunter ns a politician, evidently arises from a cause more powerful tban the mind of man. Tho Doctor is doubtless carried on to victory by tho loft hind foot of a rabbit, killed in a graveyard in tbo dark of tho moon. Gov. Bkadley's Message is meeting with tho hearty approval of every Kentuckian. It is a manly document, and shows clearly tho idea of a great man on tho liviug questions of tno Hay. Uov. Bradley should be supported by the Legislature and cro his term of oiGco ...

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 January 1896

fe .V .. v& , - K EV ,'.4 'fl JSSt" a" s 8 Hj&l THIS is . ' A' ,. I. ; COLUMN! It is our colum. It is ours because wo want it. It is ours because we pay the Editor cash for it. Dictionary says a column is "something placed perpendicularly and used for support." That's it, this column helps support the pa-par; also help3 support our customers every time it calls their attention to articles on which we can save them money- We can save you money on Underwear We can save you money on Ulsters. We can save you money on Overcoats. We can save you money on Suits. We have a large stock of winter necessities. Wouldn't have it if we didfiot buy it cheap; would not buy it cheap unless we intended to share the savings with our customers. Ktersey Pants Are a specialty with us this year. FAIR BROS. & CO. Hartford, Ky. A Sufferer Cured "Every season, from tlio tlmo I was two yenrs old, I Buffered dreadfully fnom erysipelas, which kept growing worso until my hands wcro almost useless. Tl...

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 January 1896

'' 1'npfliyw i prT' "?- ' ' ' mr,mfmi V 1 v T 'V i Vl J in mitm ..In. ii I 2 Js Vfc T2L VJ F MAP OP 800THEKN APMCA. BnOWtXO TIIK TIIAXSVAAX. ItKTUBUO WITXBS WIS BMTlilt SOUTH ATMCA't COV- TAirr'i ronosa mron'oR. jamrsok mt dkticat at in Bairns or Mas. LIKE DARIUS GIIEEN. Thrllllnn; Advonturo of a Lithuanian and Hla Flying Moobln. Frightened, Excited Villagers Think II Un Vampire (ram Internal Region and Urine Him and Ilia Maehlna to Grief with a Hide Ball. Jan Ilolodnock, a poor Lithuanian living1 at Cranberry, a mining hamlet near Ilazelton, Fa., thinks he has In- . Tented a machine that will fly. die tried It ono night and came to grief Jn a different way from Darius Green. Under the pretcuso of being1 ill, Jan has heM aloof from his fellow countrymen and devoted months of time and abor to his intention, which he jealously guarded in the attic of bis home. One Saturday night he decided to test the maohlne. lie gathered his apparatus together and by traversing alleys In order nof t...

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. — 24 January 1896

k i HARTFORD, dcuco ot "Mrs. 'Thompson, next door. The tramp, who was slow In In departing, witnessed her exit, and as ho reached tho lattice work which separates tho front from tho back yard, turned carelessly around, smiled In a taunting manner and walked away. Tho alarm was sprcud throughout tho neighborhood, ahd Mr. Zertanna, who reached tho houso a monment later, ran wildly Into tho street to look for the miscreant who had done his daughter such a grievous wrong. Hut no trace of him could be found. He disappeared as mysteriously as he haul come. The w hole neighborhood turned out to search for him, nnd the police were notified at onco and joined in tlie chase, but no clew to tho perpetrator of the outrage could be discovered. Miss Zcrtnnna is a comely young woman of 21 jenrs, and a decided brunette. Her great beauty lay In her hair, and it was tho talk of the neighborhood, and her distinguishing feature among her friends. Whenever sho attended a ball and woro her tresses loose,...

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. — 24 January 1896

n ? r' N y: PW.WH ' Hurlford Republican UULIB1IKI) liVKUY FIIUIAY MOHNINQ NAM A. AMU:ilSO. ...i:ltlnr. Subscription, $1.25 poryoar. Friday, January 24,1896. Jon I3t,ACKiiui!N ought to write n book 011 "How I lost my confidence In being to tbo Scnnto." Tun falluro of tho Queen of Korea to stay dead may result In seriously complicating eastern affairs. Why doesn't Mr. Cleveland Invite Too Pulitzer and Charlie Dana to cat a reconciliation dinner at tho W hi to House? Is retiring tho base ball actors ono good step was taken. Now let the public irost drive the pugilist actors from tho stngo and it will bo another. Now that our sympathy for tho poor Armenians is, in somo cases, being accompanied by tho cash contributions, thcro is reason to hope that some practical good will bo done, in spito ot tho Sultan. Hon. Chas. Blauiord, Speaker of the llouso of Representatives, evidently feels tho full forco and cflcct of that old and trite saying, which runs as follows, viz.; "Uneasy rests the he...

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. — 24 January 1896

fc .- f, S . FT Ff , , H . ' r1 r1 " ' Jr ,1 p V i -J TO REDUCE OUR STOCK OF Fall and Winter goods wo have placed the entiro lino at cost This is no idle talk to draw crowds, but an actual fact. We guarantee every article in winter wear to be as stated. Below we give you some prices on goods we wish to close: Heavy woolen dress goods 35c; former price 50c. 54: in. Water proof 40c,former price 50c. 54 in.Ladics clothOOc former price 75c. Fancy Eiderdown 10 and 15, worth 25c. Dark calicoes oc, worth Oc. Fancy ginghams 7c, worth 9c. Dark satines 10 and 12i, worth L5c. Bed blankets 75c, SI and$1.25,worth$150 per pair. Bed comforts 96c, worth $lv " Ladies ribbed vest 23c, worth 35c. Ladies woolen skirts 99c, worth $1.25. Millinery reduced 50 per cent. Ladies woolen hose 24c, worth 35c. Ladies union suits 98c, worth $1.25. Ladies and gents overgators 73c,worth SI. Boys boots, size 10,11 and 13, for $1, worth $1.50. Rubber boots $.75, worth S3.25. Ladies heavy shoes 98c, worth S1.25. Men h...

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. — 24 January 1896

ft -- v '9 i I I r !7 i i e. 'r rSA) jy -v y It Jlii' ! ns Jliuli lor loll. Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, 111 , writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years with severe pains in his back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many so railed Kidney cures but without any good result. About n year ago he began use of Electric Bitters and found relief at once. Electric Bitters is especially adapted to cure of all Kidney and Liver troubles nnd olttn gives almost instant relief. One trial will prove our statement. Price only 50c. At Williams & Bells Drug Store, lil III. The Anaconda (Arizona) Recorded gets off this piece of journalistic philosophy which every newspaper man can fully appreciate. If everybody would act accordingly, the papers would fairly effervesce with local news and the society and personal columns would be more spicy than a woman's tea party. Don't get mad if "your visitor's lisme docs not appear in the personal column Perhaps you did not tell t...

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. — 31 January 1896

a I h w L r . tv j "Y I& 7o c2seLc' rI CUCISSsmsQ' nil llto time nhout tho great BADY remedy nnleas It does what we rlnlmt lLWU mothers Uoa't givo their children OWENS PINK MIXTURE when teethlnr, for tho Dm of It. IT SAVES BABIES' LIVES uod doctors' Mil, unit sleepless night. 2sltes, !H rents and to cents, nt all dm stores. Oct the genuine, look for Frank W. Floyd's signature on overj package. CATFOLKS REDUCED B Bm m Cr lantim vj m btnn titr&lmptil li vino Uclnff tMlrUn Yf SO jMW'eipfrit'i.c. Hotfcffnpcordftt'nUonfnuiibuBiufM. Mttftlarrln. wrlnktm nr fliMilnML Im pmtf gturnl hUU Ami lauunftfl n mplMloii. I'liy tlcUas aiul mclf'tf 1 lrdoro It. 1 bmutnila curwl PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL fonfldentUtlr, Fnr tumiculara with it&rap. nn CMlnnD mTi.rtt'MF.ntir.fi,ii.M THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE A Write to T. ft. Qcimckv, Drawer JM, Chicago, ''VHR! ,,rF r "" 8rA" ACCIDENT fHHU? CourANV, for Inforroatloa qMF regarding; Accident sat. Mention this paper. lly o dolnir ou con Mve nemberihlp...

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. — 31 January 1896

! r 0 ei 1 Hartford Republican VUMJBIIED KVEIIY FRIDAY MOBNINO HAM A. ANIUIIIHO.V ..I'.illlnr. Subscription, $1.25 poryoar. Friday, Januaiw 31, 1896 It conferences couM settle the question tlio fllvcr men wnuW lone nn Imvo ended tliu "financial Yis, lor mice the croaker arc right; that Senate Monroe Doctrine- resolution U inloiided lor effect cllect np ou Kurupenn nations. S 'MB people seem to have nn idea tlmt Haw. Iliirri.'ou U doing something cri'iiiiiil in getting niHirit'd ucniii. Whv, nobody cuiM explain if ihey trteiK Till! gentlemen who liavo bi'cn h al)iroiily declining a third term nomination lor Mr. Cleveland nro (till waiting to hear Imru Mr. Cleveland, Tin: Congressmen who utteuded Yvette Quilbert's Washington coui cert were disgusted to find her much less naughty than some of thesociety women they know, Washington didn't get any of tho political National conventions, but she ban a cinch, ou tho inauguration of the man elected, which, after all, draws the largest crowd....

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. — 31 January 1896

m. H i . v, ""M-" " MM .4BV ! 1 W OUR STOCK OF Pall nncl Winter goods "wo have plae the entire line at cost Ihis is no idle talk to draw crowds, but an actual iact. We guarantee every Article in winter wear ' to be as stated. Below we give you some prices on goods we wish to close: Heavy woolen dress goods 35c; former price 50c. 54 in. Water proof 4()c,fornier price 50c. 5d in. Ladies clothGOc ionner price 75c. Fancy Eiderdown 10 and 15, worth 25c. Dark calicoes 5c, worth 0c. Fancy ginghams 7c, worth 9c. Dark satin es 10 and 12, worth 15c. 13cd blankets 75c, SI and1.25,worth$150 j) or pair. Bed comforts 9Gc, worth St. Ladies ribbed vest 23c, worth 35c. Ladies woolen skirls 99c, worth $1.2;"). Millinery reduced 50 per cent. Ladies woo'en hose 24c, worth 35c. Ladies union 'suits 98c, worth 81.25. Ladies and gents overgators 73c,worth SI. , ' Boys boot's, size B0,11 and 13, for $1, worth $1.50. Rubber boots $'2.75, worth $3.25. Ladies heavy shoes ' 98c, worth 81.25. Men heavy jeans pan...

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. — 31 January 1896

h ar I 1 I- '" . rfj' X I ' f cw - 1 I recoierlng irom the shock. A POLU HAILWAY IN XOVA SCOTIA. Several of these blcturesquo railways ore In use In tho lumber districts of Nova Scotia. They cost anywhere fiom J75 to II.V) per mile, according to local Tho expense, of course, Is greater vhen the road has to be carried across ravlncs.aslndlcattd In our engraving. Tho SNAKE IN TIIE HOUSE. MoOannon'a Pot W9 Quito Frlondly with Strangers. Bat a Casual Visitor from the Eait Ob Jecteil to Slreplne with It The Krptllc Colled Around the Drummer's Ankles. Thomas McCnnnon, ulio represents a New York firm, nnd lives In Jersey City, met with nn experience the other week near- IJlnghanipton, Minn., that nearly whitened his rnen locks. McCannon, whose business lies among tho country merchants and rural districts, engaged , n vehicle and drove to n hamlet near New Mil ford. He renched his but his stay was unexpectedly protracted, nnd dusk had fallen when he ngtiln found himself on the road. Thicker...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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