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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 7 February 1896

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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. — 7 February 1896

WS y i Hartford Republican rUDLIBUED EVEHY FRIDAY MOKNINO HAH A. ANDERSON.. , ,iSa ...KdllDr, Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. Friday, Feuruary 7, 1896. Speaker Blanford nnd Hon. C. M. Harnett seem to bo in cahoot. Another oration from Hon. Cy Brown, of Christian county, is in or-, dor. It will bo tho boom that booms in Ju'no that will wear tho laurel wreath Of SUCCCSS. Mrs. General Grant cclobrateil her seventieth birthday tho other day. Sho is in excellent health. Bro. Howard, of tho good 'county of Butler, is making his mark. Great men aro quite numerous in Butler, The best thing that can bo said ot tho State of Kentucky, is that it is not under Democratic control. The Republicans In Congress, being now provided with a Cannon in both House and Senate, aro ready for tho battlo to open. The death ot Hon. Theodore Bun-yon, U. S. Embassador to Germany, gives Mr. Cleveland another $17,00 position to dispose of. A silver Convention is to bo held in St. Louis on July 22nd. Tho rest of tho ...

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. — 7 February 1896

'" ii(Bii wi.ii.1 MJjJ' PdBPWlBft TJrvsSrirErftjrs. i ;.jt "'IS D 62 '" W tj. . E V V? " h V J "i I'W 1 - p V t f I. 1 V 111 OUR STOCK OF Pall and inter goods wo have placed the entire line at cost This is no idle talk to draw crowds, ut an actual fact. We guarantee every article in winter wear to be as stated. Below we give you sonic prices on goods we wish to close: Heavy woolen dress goods 35c; former price 50c. od in. Water proof 40c, former price 50c. 54 in. Ladies clothOOc former price 75c. Brancy Eiderdown 10 and 15, worth 25c. Dark calicoes 5c, 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 9Gc, worth SI. Ladies ribbed vest 23c, worth 35c. Ladies woolen skirts 99c, worth $1.2:1. Millinery reduced 50 per cent. Ladies woo' en hose 24c, worth 35c. Ladies union suits 98c, worth 81.25. Liidies and gents ovcrgulors 73c, worth SI. Boys boots, size F0,11 and 13, for $1, worth $1.50. Rubber 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. — 7 February 1896

V : .. r Tribal G Hartford Republican Friday, Fkiiruaiiy 7, 1896. A CURABLE DISEASE. Cliromo Catarrh Is Pro-. nouncod Curablo by Dr. Hartman. There ore nn nlmostcountless number of remedies said to cure chronic catarrh. The most of these nrc of no use whatever, and many worse than useless, being actually harmful. A few arc successful in a small number ber of cases those which are very slight and easily curable cases which might almost get well by simply taking care not to catch coldagain. But of all this vast multitude of medicines it can not be said that there are more than two or three which ore actually specified, and withuot duobt the most reliable is It always cures when it is faithfully and consclen tlously used. It not only cures ca tarrh of the head and throat, but catarrh of the stomach, liver, bowels, lungs, bronchial tubes, kidneys, and in fact any ot the organs of the hus man body. It is indeed n dreadful case ol catarrh, wherever located, that can not cure, or at least ...

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. — 14 February 1896

1 u SS? " J ,m.:mmmiu.UM mm y"T' ' $ BABIES AND tatikaOmni I'lnk MUture. piiuFFaional a- tw .'jtztkuxvs, oard. nim nnpii t niif II Joel rol UIIILUHtif LUVfc !,"; Ha ETDKD Republicis. la lletp. fur LAV Y E-K drug Ihere li In no opium or olhtr poisonous OWiJN3nORO. KY. Owens pink Mixture Will practieojils profession in Davien It hit been ui.J In the practice of a and adjoining coutitfee. Special famous forovfr trnycui for Teething; and 5umnter Com- given to collections. OfGce, r fllnl. No molhtr second shouM summer. In without OFFICIAL ORGAN OP TEE PARTY IK THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Bank of Commerce Building. ' r I II I - " 20O.ANOC00 B0TTLC8, AIL DEALERS. I100.C, TIUV. Fi W, FLOYD A CO., OntMboro, Kjr. ? ft or aulas KJat gm 3 srtaarnj taiaj aimtt VuuJnni.Jaal sin Wees' aaaW aoJaw H-VE! xoo Per Cent. t3a.o 3E3Ct33La.j5J03Q3.ojst. minim" J " "' " '"" ' mi 1 1 iiina The Lexington Business College., (INCORPORATED.) THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. (Caaarcf.it onta fse Hall A. ...

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. — 14 February 1896

K y J it... t mtpft '.m.T' -V' K Hartford Republican ruDLisunn svkiiy rniDAY morning. UAH A. A Nil KIM ON,.. . ..Editor. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. Friday, Pkhruary 14, 1896. Gov. Brndloy's Presidential boom lias Inkcu now life. Kentucky will no tloubt give bim n solid delegatiou. Two of tbo moat striking charac teristics of Great Britinn arc, first bcr superlative greediness and second her monumental conceit. If accounts in tbc aro correct, Legislator S. M. Carson of Louisville, had best put nothing moro in black and whito. Brer. Carson docs not show off to tbo best advantago in print. It is extremely unfortunate that tho affairs of Rov. Fred Halo and his congregation should bo so much be-, fore tho public. It results in no good to Rev, Hale, his congregation or the public. In fact it is harmful in tho extreme to each and all. It is given out that a frco silver Democratic daily will be established at Louisvillo in opposition to tho sound money Democratic press of the same place....

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. — 14 February 1896

v . li w Tj 1 - L .Jmm 'asfr,,.' ' H 4 TO EDUCE OUR STOCK OF Full and W inter goods wo have placed the entire line at cost This is no idle talk to draw crowds, ut 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 40c,former price 50c. 54 in.Ladics clothGOc former price 75c. Fancy Eiderdown 10 and 15, worth 25c. Dark calicoes 5c, worth tic. Fancy ginghams 7c, worth 9c. Dark satincs 10 and 12i, worth 15c. Bed blankets 75c, $1 and$1.25,worth$150 per pair. Bed comforts 96c, worth SI. Ladies ribbed st 23c, worth 35c. Ladios woolen skirts 99c, worth $1.25. Millinery reduced 50 per cent. Ladies woolen hose 24c, worth 35c. Ladies union suits 98e, worth 1.25. Ladies and gents overgators 73c,worth $1. Boys boots, size 80,11 and 13, for 1, worth $1.50. -Rubber boots .$.75, worth S3.25. Ladies heavy shoes 98c, worth $1.25. Men heavy jeans pants...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 14 February 1896

s ! M t - N -- TT 4 Hartford Republican Friday, Fbdiumry 14, 1896. WINTER IS HERE. Bringing With a Catarrhal Disoasoa of All Kinds Winter la half over. Teople nre continuing to catch colds, and not a Louse but hears the winter cough. People are trying to get something to cure these troubles, which nre almost Inevitable at this time of tVc year. It can safely be said that of the people In the United States have a cold dome time during the winter. There Is one remedy which will prevent colds and coughs and cure them with certainty when they nre contracted. This remedy is Peruana. Taken with regularity during the winter months, It will entirely prevent coughs, colds, la grippe, con sumption, bronchitis or pneumonia. It will also cure without failure catarrh nnd recent cases of consumption, and often In advanced stages. Everybody should have the 64-page book on catarrh and winter diseases which Is being sent free by The Peruana Drug Manufacturing Company of Columbus, Ohio. To nil whom i...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 21 February 1896

'" " " "" "' M " wm i- IIHpl" uu p if l K fi w fTioif . cEisrT,"cr'"i DLKER 'SiHlllH'Hl&diVlB u E H aUtflSw HBvlviH 0 .0,., '' HjUm I 4 0 $' K 99 4 0 B 7 J' 0 ' XOO Per The Lexington Business College. r I INCORK)RATD.) THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. (0(l vU fk StU A.dlt Oolltgr.) HlallMt OIBrlal 1U Alm ibM UavniA Of Ul. 1ABI inn wealth .ni tl l'raaldentbf lb. Stala MS. UKCOnnilMDKD BI It. error ol .ucctMful ituaBta. wboM salaries sag-wits nundrrds of tlumnanrlo of dollar Mr at iti:pinu lauaui ov . Hia lrMTll irotu start to nnurt. Ao last Umik. Ho Copying. Hajl at HiulliMI 1A Hnnfni 19 y.ar. prftciir.i vipf icuc. . uw&. I Lrr J.ip.rt fceconnUnt. - . . I.VnnlAN ExroNITIOM to "Airt.rlcin tm of tfboribtiid,," t.tiibt In thl. Collrs., anil Ill(tal KadorMment to lb hfd or thli IX. rrira.ntUa .XKourt rportrJ, Xrom tbo autbon of thli tratrra . TKLKtlKArUY Drftlfptnt , Cndarard M Train Ijlioatchera an.1 lr Una ral.nar ami ttU. araph roruranlM. Tliv alnly rarbool laa lite MTnrlU 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. — 21 February 1896

i ,v !- ) "V k v 3 v t r T1 . !"" ?- 'lfc m ' I I 'Mq,' Wf. UHUKD EVERT FRIDAT MORSING W ffjt , AK A. AMBKlWOIf Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. Friday, Fkbruary at, 1896. Many a email boy got oven with his enemies last week by firing valentines at them. It is said that a mud "turklo" will hold on till it thundcis. In this respect his "turklcshlp" resembles an ofiico seeker. WKdonotapprovo of thoso who criticiseMr. Cleveland's duck hunt-1 !ng, which is ab6ut the most harmless thing he hasdono el nee March 4,1893. ia lain In the event docs not go to tho United States Bcnato, Hon. ViDiam Henry Jonca will wako up Boim' fino morning and find himself in the soup. Our Democratio friends will find that it is much easier to talk about recapturing Maryland and Kentucky than it is to do it. Both States need a protcctiyo tarifT. Robert Lauoiimn murdered his wife andncice at Augusta, Ky., Saturday, then set fire to his homo and crementcd the bodies. He has confessed to the awful crime. Cohgressmen...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 21 February 1896

-i V y v HOW IT BLEW Phew! how it blew 'round our way yes terduy. The wind the snow the elements conspired to make our sales drop away below the aver age. We, therefore. Will have to double our sales the coming week, and in order to do so will offer Bargains. Below we give you some prices on goods we wish to close: Heavy woolen dress goods 35c; former price 50c. 54 in. Water pro. 40c,former price 50c. 54 in.Ladies clothGOc former price 75c. Fancy Eiderdown 10 and 15, worth 25c. Dark calicoes 5c, worth Gc. Fancy ginghams 7c, worth 9c. Dark satines 10 and 12, worth'15c. Bed blankets 75c, $1 and$L25,worth$150 per pair. Bed comforts 96c, worth 81. Ladies ribbed vest 23c, worth 35p. Ladies woolen skirts 99c, worth $1.25. Milliner reduced 50 per cent. Ladies woo en hose 24c, worth 35c. Ladies union suits 98c, worth $1.23. Ladies and gents ovcrgntors 73e, worth $1. Boys boots, size '0,11 and 13,frSL worth $1.50. Rubber boots .75 .worth $3.25. .Ladies heavy shoes I)8c, worth $1.25. men heav...

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. — 21 February 1896

5J f i. V. i..- ;ll i J'-v w 1 -V I SI - MfSiajVMHLJWllMslVjMMMMMMiaMBMtLa.MMB T 1WWIIMWIW1 iwi . M'liMlJ) tJIJjjyoy jjWW s .....--.................................. . , - , . , , j iiKBnie3DaBuiHPw 'iriBiPvnFS'BnwmaaK'vor. . wru. - 7'T p. Hartlord Itepublican Friday, I'ijiiruary 21, 1896. LA GRIPPE KEMAfiiS. For Yoars in tho Bystom if Not Curod. This country contains a large multitude of men' and Women whd arc debilitated and weak 63 the effect of la prippe. It every one would do as the Reverend Petty of Virginia, did, this vast multitude ol sufferers would soon be well and strong again. lie writes: Iast winter I had a very bad case oi la grippe which left me enfeebled and liable to cold at the slightest exposure. I tried a number of remedies, but they afforded only temporary relief. IsaWati advertisement (did concluded to try it. I have beck using It for two mouths, and it has "afforded we much relief. It is in deed a panacea to me. It has invigorated me more than anything I ever ...

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. — 28 February 1896

L l Iti u.i. .',, - .- . , OWENS PINK MIXTURE Ton TKTHINQ CHILOniN. PKnriCTLV HARMUSO. tiieiforlOytaribyihouiiinJiof moinen. n.vtr i.ui iortiivchiurtnof all M MM IEETIIING I ROUBLES Dorfor. rrt rrlh Pttal Mtainf hf AltA It l luiiion lr nattala Hiiwnii iu ,vmin no nnlum m nthr hniiAnAm Jania tlf.ri m !' . uiwm) tv ma ior circuiari in. bull by all dttl.ri, In 20c, AND COo. F. W. FLOYD A CO., Owanifaoro, Ky. ftor fJearly Sitl UElKI. OFFICIAL CREAK OF HARTFORD, cinrT'crir VEHICLE s OLaES - AJD. loo 0Eoir cent, til 3Eli23.0Lj30MaLst. SZj&jf Business College A I (INCORPORATED.) AKjSf The Lexington z 31 K53T1 W H EK (!IQiA9nn ) THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. (CefJ trtt (A BUI A. d If, CcUey..) KlikMi Offlrl&l nAJTalai4 br - CTenior of tb Cora ninwftiihRndthtralaltef tbbUtt Collet. KKCSJIKIENDED BY Iti army of saecvufui taJtati. who tftUriM acrrfftt IiumdrcxSa 01 tlkanl f dollar per an nam. UOOU.fitKKl'IHU br Aetssl But Prague from atart to BnUh. Ko Ti( Uook. Mo Vop7tav. 1Ims4 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. — 28 February 1896

.tartiord .Republican l'l'UUUIIKD EVKHY FRIDAY MOIUUNQ ham a. Asnr.nsos.. ...F.tlllnr. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. 1'KtDAY, FUnilUARY 28, I896. 0, how sweet it would bo to get tlicro J. 0. 8. Blackburn. JuiMin Jno. R. Grace, of the first Appellate District, died at Frankfort Inst Thursday. "Bux" Nye, Ttnrfnmous humorist, died at his homo in Ashvillc, N. (J., last Saturday. Mn. A. D. Pesce, Slierifl of Nelson county, died at li ts homo near llardslown Tuesday. Wondeh what Bill Morrison thinks ho rould do with the Democratic nomination if ho had it? Mn. Wiluam Whitney is too good u judge of political values to invest in 11 Democratic nomination this year. Mks. Lease made haste the base of her political speeches, but sho has taken love for the foundation of her preaching. Now that the llouso has gone on record against freo coinago and tho Scntito for it, why not stop tho agitation of the subject, in Congress. Ir tho sentiment of tho Venezueletis is being correctly reported by Arueri'...

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. — 28 February 1896

- Tv . . .'.1" 1 ' Huff IT BLEW B'hew! how it blew 'round our way yesterday. The wind the snow the elements conspired to make our sales drop away below the aver age. We, therefore. Will have to double our salts the coming week, and in order to do so will offer lSig Bargains. 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. Ladies clothGOc former price 75c. Fancy Eiderdown 10 and 15, worth 25c. Dark calicoes '5c, worth 6c. Fancy ginghams Tc, worth 9c. Dark satin es 10 and 12i, worth L5c. 13ed blankets 75c, $1 and$1.25,worth$150 per pair. Bed comforts 90c, worth 1. Ladies ribbed vest 23c, worth 35c. Ladies woolen skirts 99c, worth $l.2."i. Mill in en reduced 50 per cent. Ladies woo' en hose 24c, worth 35c. Ladies union suits 98c, worth SL25. Ladies and gents overgators 73c, worth SI. Boys boots, size fO,H an(H3, f r 1, worth $1.50. Rubber boots $-.75, worth 83.25. Ladies heavy shoe...

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. — 28 February 1896

r - SSor Republican Friday, I'kiiruary a3, 1S96. THE MAID FOR ME. For tluo or brown ere I euro not a Hut ttis maiden who touchts my heart li th ona who Is cheery and hopeful and eUd, XVhoia bantrr leave never a smart. A fair face may alter, and bright eyes grow dim: Dut alwaya a maid that li gay, AVI10 amllea In the sunshine and laughi at the clouds, As glad In November as May, ,WUI prove a dear blessing wherever she goes. And life will be sweet by her side; And this Is the maiden I'm longing to meet To woo and to win for my bride. '-Harry Melville, In Baturday.Nlght. AT TWENTY. At 20 wo know much leas than wo think wo know, though wo would jnnko It very warm for anyono who informed U3 of tho fact. Tho world then Is n great, beautiful-kingdom ivlicro Lovo Is monarch and wo his" ministers. Wo think hotter of ourselves in theso days than wo ovor thought beforo or over will again.. Wo strut about a llttlo spaco puffedj with tho idea of our Importance or stagger about drunk with our amb...

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 March 1896

.. Li p- - tr. -as i ? ' '"Tor vl I H Kk &' 33 $ !tffi mS3 iPirik Sv cent, tli DEaciacasOaacLosjt;. A m o , Av MAW MObl XX 0) 0 0 0' i I o IOO DF'ear iwjfft .' Tiis Lexington Eosiness College, A n ftjftia 3 ": m THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. 2 u ttUlirtt OtllrUI WAS .ltfiiMl ly ilio iifrriir ( ttie f uiu tniifftlilinit th lrvltlnl(f t lie St tin i olUci. 4' i:i'tMlUi;.M13U Il It army f ur k1u1 wli v iilirl dcsmmte IiunUrnla CliiinniUfif ilillnr rr tuiiium 1((U.K l.l'IVU Uuclit by Actual lliul nr lrrllrr trm 'iitt tntlnl)i o ll It 1 k St 4iplnv. llrml of ltiilnr ! 1n 1 Inn ut ! ir 1 rat thai vxpcrifULoai bouk rwr uti I m it 1 nnt nit titfjtti.si n tun r u'oni.n'.s 1. 1 MIIIW i:X!(IStTltN' to "Am-tic nil by trni o( Hiii nli nil. taut lit In ttil t ollffif, mil lllalicat I ti tt.r hraat UU 1 prtmint an tii mrt rt porter j, (rum tLo autlion t tMiit 111 ..... TCl.l.lt 1111 V PiPaTtmfnt i:iulorwl ly 'fiaiit DiniMt ti T4 an 1 It 1 titm raliMay and niipanti Tito Only School In lm W...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 6 March 1896

T u'tford Republican mam a. anii:bno.v... .....Editor. rUltUSHCD KVERV FRIDAY MORNING Friday, March 6, 1896 Subscription, $1.25 por year. Tin: Democratic party will bo tbo Peter Mahcr of next November's flgbt. Democrats would better wear tbclr warmest clothing. Tbo Olnoy boom haa been put on tbo road. Dn. W. Godfrey Hunter bas withdrawn from tbo Senatorial fight and has gone to Washington. Tiic Central City Republican has coniooutin a new dress, which improves its looks to a great extent. Tun Madisonvillc BuslUr has been enlarged, and is now ono of the beet country papers in the State, save its politics. Many predict that this will bo tbo crowning year for dullness, and the outlook at this time is most certainly that way. Kentucky Republicans cannot af ford to bo quarreling among theras selrcs. Stick together, gentlemen, by all means. Ohio has the greatest number of pensioners 97,837. New York is second, with 89,043; Pennsylvania next, with 89,378. Billy Whitney smiles nnd winks his...

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 March 1896

bl i '1 IT BLEW Phew! how it. blow 'round our way yesterday. The wind the suoav the elements conspired to make our sales drop away below the aver ago. We, therefore. AVill have to double our sales the coming week, and in order to do so will oiler Bargains. Helow we give you some prices on goods we wish to close: Heavy woolen dress goods Jifie; former price 50c. 5-1 in. Water proof 4()c,(oriner price 50c. M in. Ladies clothGOc former price 75c. Fancy Eiderdown 10 and 1 5, worth 25c. Dark calicoes 5c, worth Go. Fancy ginghams 7c, worth i)c. Dark salines 10 and 121-, worth L5c. .Bed blankets 75c, SI andSl.25,worth$l50 per pair. Bed comforts 96c, worth SI. Ladies ribbed vest 213c, worth 8f. Ladies woolen skirts 9,)o, worth $i.2."i. Milliner) reduced 50 per cent. Ladies woo' en hose 2-1 c, worth oH1.. Ladies union suits 98c, worth SI. 25. Ladies and gents overgal ors 7 5c, worth SI. JJoys boots, size '0,11 and Jo, f t SI, worth '$1.50. llubber boots S- .75, worth 8J325. Ladies heavy shoe...

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 March 1896

ia "ilartford Republican I'LllUSlinD I1VKKV I'niDAV MORNJNO 1'niOAV, MAItClt 6, 1896 THIS AND THAT. Bolzonl found In Egyptian tombs artificial teeth made- of wood and Ivory and set In gold plates. Tho tonguo of tho humming bird Is a tubo through which it draws up the juices of tho flowers. Tho mouth of which tho cornors turn upward is nn indication of a merry nature. Tho human tonguo, according to tho surgeons, is composed of fibrous, areolar and fatty tissues. Tho bill of tho woodpecker Is paid by naturalists to bo ns hard as tho enamel of tho human tooth. Tho mouth of tho butterfly is a )ong, dcllcato tube, through which it sucks up tho juices of flowers. "When not in uso this proboscis is curled up under tho head. Tho wasp's jaws aro a pair of natural saws, working against each other in contrary directions. They Jnro very ciTectlvo Instruments, for tho wasp can easily cut hard wood. I Tho Argus, a species of starfish, I furnishes tho best illustration of a 'casting not. Ho, himse...

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