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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 31 July 1896

V I ' fHE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE (BILKER'S 'Shi Wlllc to T. B, CJWNCii Drawer 1M, Chicago, Hecre ' tary of Ihs BtAB ACCIDhNI Com ASt, fur Informallos regarding 'Accident Mention this ttwr. My to doing you can tare I membership fee. Has paid over fW.OWOO fol odJeutil liijutlcs. Ue your own Agent. 1)0 MXDICAI, UXAUWATION RltQUIRUU for pearly ea v aaaafi Jt... J isr CO o rf ef 0 loo 3Eox nun'l Kliip Tolmrro HOW 1 OtlltK Y UIWI I.F WIIII.K USISd IT. The tobacco Imliit rouii on n mill until Iih ucrvoiU in ecrioiuly alkcltil, iuiiarin licaltli.cnuitort nul Imppinebi. Tu quit tiulilunly i too fevcre n blioc!: In the system, u tnbac co to on inveterate hut becomrg stiniulunl tlmt liis cutiliiinul y crttvu. ua buiuiitilifi cure lor tie toencco habit, in all its lurtni, crclnllyciniuiiinlel after the lormula of an cniiiient llerlhi who lias ur1 it in hii private lUHCtico tinro 1872, willimil a titiliuc. it in pun'ly vegetable KunmntccJ perluetly Imrinliesi. You am tiao all llio tobacco you uaut wl...

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 July 1896

JXuriford Kcpublicnn HM A. , ..IMIIor Subbcrlfitlon, $1.25 pur ynr. I HIIIAV. JlU.V .!. iSyfi. VatcH and 'forma. fliiUfcilpUiJiid fl 35 pet niiiitim In advance. Iicnl iioUcib roe (iff line first In ficrtloti and 5c each fctibt(iicnt Lnrgc contractu Hpcclal tntca. Calls cm candidates nntl political matter 10c per line. umtuary noiiccH 5c tier line, una iiiustluvarlbly lie palcl for In advance, unless party ordering piihllcniroii Is responsible therefor. Job Work of till kinds promptly and neatly executed. Republican Ticket. ELECTION NOV. 3.1800. I or I'r.Mlilriil. WILLIAM. McKINIiKV, olOhio. I'nr Vire I'ri'oiili'iil. (lAllKKTT A. 1IOHAUT, ol New Jersey. I'or .IOHNW.LKWI8. 1'ioin 4th Di.stilctof Kentucky. Unisauy renin tliu head that wants 1111 ollico. Tun weather during the Int week I111K indulged in 'VcnrehHig. Tin: lnt administration ol Mr. Cleveland will go down in history ns the worst 0110 yet experienced, up to date. Tin: Bryan l'opulistH had n crown of thoriiH which thoy down i...

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 July 1896

4" d . P II Vm FJ P."' lV" K vto Mi 13 V v 14 CAN'T COMPLAIN!!. While some merchants are coiiinlaing and discussing IIA11D TIMES, politics, etc., --FAIR BROS. & CO. Are having a good trade, and in order to mako it better tliey have put their lino of summer goods Now is your time to buy summer goods; hot weather is just on us. Read below the bargains: Zclphry Ginghams 7c woith 8c Dress Styles Gingham 6c worth 7c Stripe Piques c worth 15c Stripe Batiste ' 7c worth 10c riain and l'aucy Organdies 8c worth i2)4c Persian Ptrcals :oc worth latfc Plain nml figured Swisses ' . 15c worth 21)', White Duck wo't '5Jfc Grass Linen .... ia;i worth 20c Iodides Muslin Drawers, Skirts ant! Gowns ... 50c to $1.25 Ladles Vest ,cc ",tu ioc Udell Vest 2jcorlh 25c Woven Corsets 5os worth 75c Men Sweaters 5 with 50c Ladies ShiitWaht ... . : 50c worth $1 Men Shirts 5c & 60c worth $ 1 Fans and Parasols at low prices. We arc determined to this season than ever goods must go xAs As our fall line is now...

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 July 1896

Hui'lford Jlepitblieiiu I'UtlMV JOtA 31. 1896. . EQUAL niQHTti Atl'J PHIVlLUuE!. I i.wl.ii.imu,ei W011I1I I itjustl tutor Mltir tnr Hi" llrnrili iif . raw. The lUinooiittlii male contention of South ft'urultiiii iiiloplctl 11 platform ilinwn by Senator Pitchfork Tlllmiui which uVolnteil 1 hut "A noil ml mid Just. FyKtfin of finaiico la Uie most potent inutor hi 11 niitluu'H prosperity, mill we ik'iuuml (he restoration of tho money of tliu coiislltutloii by (rising slhcr the Butno rlffhtH and prlvllcifes Rlcn to ' (fold. Wo demand the free and unlimited coinage of silver at a ratio of to one." I It la truo that the nation's prosperity depends on a sound nnd Just Hyutcui of ilnnncc. It Is iiIki true that silver .should rccclro the sanio rights and privileges glien to gold. Ilitt It Is not truo that theo dcslroblo ends would bo , attained by free silver at sixteen to one. On the contrary, thnt scheme violates every principle of sound and Just finance, and Is directly opposed to the irr...

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. — 7 August 1896

" "- - r Iaetded Eepti Mmsmm J232ftus?tiw drsreptico, sufTcrera, mercurial rever ARK ami the. ill victims reeeiv.r.it nine, bilious Ion tail in of The blear covered ntlent, aptrlta health, how and they good re 10 TV K OtHM'HV eppetltcithcy will tell l)ratl IM, Cliki;o ii you oy iniung dim IllaidP MOXS l.lVtH HI of Hie Bran it laty Aivli'.M LA ION CuMrA.iv, for liilorniiiK.t v regarding AcrliUm Injur Tho ChcapMt, Purest and Beit family ance. Mention II. I tuii Medlcfiialn lha World I tly to Join a lou -aw I OFFICIAL MM OF THE PARI? IK THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, dice, For Hilloun.uackn.SICKHKADAeill!, t)V8I'Bt'SIA, CONSTIPATION, Colic, Uun. membership ice. Has paid over i'HU.UWm lw MclJcnUl Injuries, i A Do your own Agent. ' ,, 5 MO UKD1CAL HXAMWAT10N IIHOIM'' ' JTor DELKER CO o 0 loo Per Don't Klp Tnbnrco. HOW TO CUKE YOUIISKI.F WIIII.U U8INCJ IT. Tlio tobacco habit grows on a man until hid nervous system is ecriotitly nllcctcd, impariug healthjcomfort and happiness. To quit ...

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 August 1896

Hartford Republican KIM A. tMir.HNOV. ,.t:lllnr. Subscription, $).25joryoar. i'mtiAV, Awiu.tr 7, 1896. 3fut08 and Tonus. .Subctiptlons ft. 25 pet nnnum in nlv.itice. I.Tcnl notices 10c Jut line first In sertlou and sc each subsequent laser tion. Large contracts special rotes. Calls on cnndldatcs nnd political matter toe per line. Obituary notices sc per line, nnd must Invarlbly be paid for In advance, unless patty ordering publication is responsible therefor. Job Work oiall kinds promptly nnd neatly executed. Republican Tickot. ELECTION NOV. 3.1806. I'nr I'realtlmt. WILLIAM McKINLEY, of Ohio. For Vice I'rcatileiit. GARRETT A. HOBART, ol Now Jersey. I'or Cong re. JOHN W. LEWIS. From 4th District of Kentucky. Gov. Brail Lor has designated tho first Mond J?t 'v? September as Labor Day. RiU'orts from everywhere indicate that McKinloy will bo elected by an overwhelming majority. PitEsiDENT Harrison has consented tocomotoHodgcnsville and deliver au address at the birthplace of Abraham Lin...

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 August 1896

I WfUfc Hurtford Republican HAM A. NHr.ltt'V Subscription, $l.25poryoar. I'lUHAY, AUUIMT7, 1896. Ttatoa nud Torma. Subscriptions $1.25 pet nnmiiii in advance. Local notices 10c per line first Iti sertlon nml 5c each subsequent insertion. Large contracts special rates. Calls on candidates nml political matter 10c per line. Obituary notices 5c per line, nnd must invaribly be paid for In advance, unless party ordering publication is responsible therefor. Job Work olall kinds promptly nnd neatly executed. Republican Tickot. ELECTION NOV. 3.1800. I'nr I'rrnlilrnl. WILLIAM McKINLEY, of Ohio, Tor Vire I'rriiloiil, GARRETT A. 1I0BAET, ot Now Jersey. I'or failure. JOHN W. LEWIS. From 4th District of Kentucky. Gov BradU," has designated the first Mond September as Labor Day. RiU'orts from everywhere indicate that McKiutoy will bo elected by an overwhelming majority. President Harrison has consented tocomo tollodgensville and deliver an address at the birthplace of Abra ham Lincoln. One thing ...

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 August 1896

II - t P 9 I' (.. tf sr . W. ar m M rt I 1 a m t CAN'T COMPUIN! hilo sonio merchants uro oomplaing iyul discussing IIAItD TIMES, politics, etc., "FAIR BROS. & CO. Arc having a good trade, and in order to make it better tlioy have put their lino of summer goods Now is your time to buy summer goods; hot weather is just on us. Rend below the bargains: Zelpluy Ginghams 7c woith 8c -Dress Styles Gingham 6c wot th 70 Stripe l'iitues M wotth '5C Stripe Batiste 7C worth 10c Plain and I'oncy Organdies 8c worth tajic Terslan l'trcals 10c worth i,'c l'luln and FIRured Swisses Sc worth 2yt White Duck ioc worth istfc Grass Linen 2' wo,t soc Udides Muslin Draweis, Skirts and Gowns ... 5c to $1.25 ,oc wo,lh soc Udles Vest Udels Vest aocworth 25c Woven Corsets Soc worth 75 Men Sweaters 5C woith 50c Ladles Shlit Waist 50c worth $1 Men Shirts i 50c & Goc woith $1 Pans and Parasols at low prices. We are determined to this season than ever goods must go a-As As our fall line is now When in Hart...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 7 August 1896

i. - I Ms.-. &'-. p ! Iff . ) fc r 1 11 s .1 V CAH'T CQMPLIIN! hile sumo morclmnls arc com pining ' jii(l discussing HAItD TIMES, politics, etc., --FAIR BROS.& CO. Arc having a good trade, and in order to make it better they have put their lino of summer goods Now is your time to buy summer goods; hot weather is just on us. Read below the bargains: Zelphry Ginghams 7c woith 8c r Dress Styles Gingham oc woith 7c Stripe Pique 10c worth 15c Stripe natiRtc 7 worth 10c Plain nnd Fancy OrgandicB 8c worth ujfc Perslnn Pt reals 10c worth utfc Plain mid Figured Swisses . 'Sc worth 22i White Duck i 10c worth 15ic Grass I.lncn '' wo,t soc Ladides Muslin Drawem, Skills nnd Gowns ... 50c to $1.25 ,oc 0,l,, 20C Ladles Vest Ladels Vefct 20C"r,h 25C Woven Corsets 5c worth 75 Men Sweaters 25c worth 50c Ladles Shirt Waist 50c worth t Men Shirts 5c & 60c woith $1 Fans and Parasols at low prices. We are determined to this season than ever goods must go zg As As our fall line is now When in ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 7 August 1896

iL Hartford Republican Friday, Auoust 7, 1S9O. PLATFORM FALLACIES. False unit Ml.lenitlnic Aa.ertlnna by the Iremoeratlo Naltnuiil Convention. The ileclarallun of financial put forward by the democratic com out Ion Is 11 mlxtuiv of cheap tuoney deliiffltinn, half trutlia nnd wholly tiufotindit nti'rtlonn. lta alleged Rtntomcntof facts liruvfrniiitMit. Jy been Rliovvn. to bo untrue; In pltoof ibis Mipy wero ilcllborufoJy Indornetl by n majority of Uio repnwcnttli pu of tlio tlrruocrntlo party. Sinew tlio tmi(lnrU Tnlecd at Chicago will 1k imxhI (o rally ull tho forces of Bllvcrlwn, flatism, currency debasement nnd dobt repudiation. It Ixxjomcn necessary to refute onco mora tlto statements on which Uio 'American people arc asked to support tho democratic candidates. T(iU can bo briefly and cfTrctlvely done by a comparison of tho assertions of the Chicago platform with tho simple facta. BtLVUn CLAIMS. BOUND MONEY "Tho constitution KACTH names sliver and Tho constitution Hold together a...

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 August 1896

w l r - THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE A Write lo T. , QcinitV Bjfcl Drawer 1M, Chlcsgo, Secre 'Hr tiry lb Star Accinnxi Mhkkkf Compant, for Informatloa HF regsrdluc Accident luiur. fHk nce. Mention this psper. By to doing you can Mr sattberehlp fee. ! paid oyer (000,(10000 (01 Mss.caUl Injuries. Bt your own Agent. M MJtDlCAL EXAMINATION RKQCIRHn fTor HiiLF .a. assnTTiorrsr DELKERS VEHEGL 0 OODCLt. CO 0 i. u e o 2 0 lOO 3P03T i Iran'l Nloii Tobacco. HOW TO CUIIK YbUIUBLt' WIIII.H USI.NU IT. Tlie tobacco habit grows on a man until kit nervous yttin 1 seriously aflected,iraparlug health, comlort nml hsppinesev T quit suddenly is too sever a shock to the system, i toau inrt'tcrtitp uer becomes n stiiuiyuutjliathis )lmn continually craves.' "Haco-Curo" is a scientific cure iitr the toencco hnbit, in all its loniiij carefully compounded niter tho lormuUjif ttn'euiineiit llerliu physw cians who has w it in hi private tiuco 1872, without a luiluio. t ii purely vegctablo nml guaranteed perlectly Imr...

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 August 1896

l t ' t OB." 1J Hartford Itopublican HAM A. tMICIINIIX. i:lllar. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. 1'kidav, August 14 1896. KatbsaudTorma. Subscriptions $1.25 Ir annum In advance. Ixral notices 10c per line first in sertion niul 5c each subsequent insertion. Large contracts special rates. Calls on candidates anil political matter 10c per line. Obituary notices 5c per line, nud raustinvaribly be paid lor in advance, unless parly ordering publication is responsible therefor. Job Work oiall kinds promptly and neatly executed. Republican Ticket. ELECTION WOV. 3.1800. for n'lLLIAMMcKINLEY, oi Ohio, lor Vice l'ltmuiil. GARRETT A. HOIiABT, oi New Jersey. for CongrrM. JOHN W. LEWIS. From 4th District of Kentucky. Read The Republican during the campaign. The oilveritcs will likely take con trol of the Bound Money Convention to-morrow. Jr the sound money Democrats of the county should hold a convention, will eonio oi the free silverites at tempt to take possession of it as per threat? The Republi...

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 August 1896

. 4 & t) 3r ifc. Rfc r . I i 'i- -I 1 CAN'T COMPLAIN! liilo somo merchants arc complaing ami discussing HARD TIMES, tics, otc, FAIR BROS. & CO. Areliiiving a good trade, ifnd in order to make it better they have put their liiiooflsummcr goods Now is your time to buy summer goods; 'hot 'weather is just on us. Read below the bargains: Zelphry Gincharai 7c woith8c DteM Styles Gingham ,$. ...".. .'ocwotth 7c Stripe Piques worth 15c Sttlpe Batiste 7C worth 10c Plain and Pancy Organdies 8c worth !2,'c Persian P.rcal 10c worth I2tfc v' Plain and Figured Swlists . . . ? . . v ... 15c worth ui VhlteDuck ..' locwoith tstfc Grsis Lluen .' "X W0IU aoc LadldeSMuslln Drawera, Skltta and Gowns . . . 50c to $1.25 -Ladles t '...,... ."'.. 10c worth joc Ladeis Vest J 2cortli 25c Woven Corsets ... .(..-'.. . .y,-y f ; joe worth 75c Men Sweaters "...,.. Rut.". ; 25c worth 50c lilies Shirt WaUt . . ..... 50c worth $i uFn Shirts , ,? soc&'ooc wotth i, JjJFana and Parasols at low prices. w . W...

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 August 1896

J I ace Hartford -Republican 1'KIDAY, AIKHMTI4 iSort DISTRICT EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. Orgnnlzbcl nt Ellzabothtown. An important patt ol the good work done nt tlie recent Hardin County Teaclieis Institute was the of n District Educational Association. This Association is composed of the counties of the Fourth Congressional District. The first meeting will be held nt Elizabethtowii the third Saturday in November and nnd County Superintendent, teachers nud other friends to education throughout the district are expected to go to active work and make the Association a success. Several noted educators in the State together with the Hon V. J. Davidson, Superlndent of Public Iuttruclion have been invi ted to attend. This is n day of capitalist, politicians, physicians, lawyers, merchants, ministers all. recognize the need of it. There Is strength and influence in organization. The educational forces in Kentucky should be completely in rank then the work of educating the masses may be accom...

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 August 1896

r v Saajeteg.agtj. f HE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE A Wilte to T. 8, fjulicu JBlsl Urswer JM, Chlcaro, Becie MHlP' Isty the 8ia AccIdsm Hp ConrANT, for lufotmatloa F ttfitdlac Accident Insur. floJPem nnce. Mention this paper. By eo doing you can nil auabenklp fct. U paid over $600,00000 tot V Isatal lajarlte. Bo your own Agent. te aCXDICAI, H.XAUINATION RBQUIRKR for pearly DELKERS 0 ' 8 5 ; XOO Per Don't Mop lubnrro HOW TO CUHK YoUltSUU' ttllll.R UMNO IT. Tue tobacco babit grows on a man until lib nervous system is serioutly attected, inipariiiK health, comfort and happiness. To ijuit suddenly is too sever a shock to the system, 88 tobno vi to an inveterate user becomes n stiiuuliiit that hi)itin continual y craves. it a scientific euro lor the tococco habit, in all ifs lormi, carefully compounded afterthe formula or an cuiraent Berlin physicians who has u.eil it in his private since 1872, without a lailuro. t is purely vegetable ami guaranteed perfectly harmless. You can uso all the tobacco ...

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 August 1896

i: 'I Hartford Republican KAN IMM'IINOX ...lilltnr. Subscription, $I.2R par yonr f . . -- - - PniDAV, AvnVitit, iSgff. Itatos und Tortus. Subscriptions fit. 25 per annum in advance. Local notices loc prr line fust in eertion ami .sccarh subsequent insertion. Large contracts special rates. Calls on candidates nud political matter 1 oc per line. X Republican Ticket. ELECTION NOV. 3.1800. for l'rralilrnl. WILLIAM MoKINLEY, olOliin. for Vire l'franlmt. GARRETT A. 1IOBAUT, ot New Jersey. For t'ongrrM. JOHN W. LEWIS. From 4th District of Kentucky. ELECTORS FOR KENTUCKY. iM Large O. 8. Demiog, Mt. Oli- vet At Large S. H. Knsb, Manches- tcr. First District W S. Mason, oi May field. Second District George H. Tow-cry, of Dixon. Third District J. F. Taylor, of Glasgow. Fourth District J. S. R. Wedaing, of Hartford. Filth District Charles e. Slights, of Louisville. Sixth District D. B. Wallace, of Warsaw. Seventh District John L. Bosley, oi Paris. , Eighth District N. Daniel Miles, of Nicbolaiv...

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 August 1896

it IE '. li ft BTi K I w CAN'T COMPLAIN S hilc some merchants nrcfcomplaiiig anil discussing IIAIID TIMES,; politics, etc, -FAIR BROS.& CO. Arc having a good trade, and in order to liiaice it better they have put their lino of summer goods., . Novv. .is your time to buy summer goods; Uipt weather is just on us. Read below the bargains: Zclpbry Glughanis 7c woith 8c 4 Dress Styles Olngbim 6c woith 7c 'Stripe riquea toe worth 15c Stripe Batiste 7c worth toe Plain and Funcy Organdies . . 8c worth I2c Persian Ptrcals ... .."';.. . toe worth I2,'c Flain and I'Igured Swisses '.' . . . h Uc worth i)i wiiite'Duck ... . . ..i ..., J toe worth I5i'c Grass Linen . '? ' X2$ w("lh aoc Ladideo Muslin Drawers, SklUrand Gowns ... 50c to $1 25 Ladles Vest; ...... .J A . . .... locwoilhioc T ' . :. BWW ' . Ladels Vest : . . .V . . . . . ? aocwojth 25c Woven Corsets 5c worth 75c Men Sweaters . . . .'.. ? . . . .V .25c woith sec ' ' ' Ladles Shirt Waist i,.H- 5c worth i Men'Shlrta -". . . . . K . ....

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 August 1896

i-U... Hartford llepublican I'niDW. Auntwrai, i8y6. "free silver" DENOUNCED INTHEPULPIT. Srt York' I'miiiOiin IIitIUt l'rcnrli. f r Till km l Lung., mill I.nrcmy. In n sermon on "The Coinage Heresy," delivered Inst night In Cols vary Baptist Church, In Ve9t street, by the Rev. Dr. Kob crt S. Mnc Arthur, he said that most ol the speeches he had read on free silver were made up of equal parts of lungs, lunacy and larceny, says the New York Times. Dr. MacArthur then said that the men who voted for the Chicago were voting to enrich the silver barons and to gratify the laudable ambition ol a young man to become President of the United States. The tixt from which Dr. MacArthur preached was "Provided things honest In the sight of all men." Romans, Chapter xil , part oi the seventeenth verse. "No man with an enlightened and between the Apostle Paul and the apostle of anarchy. The question, and the only great question before the people now, Is one of National hones ty. Certain men have tried...

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 August 1896

. it' fHE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Unit (o T. 8. QMNCI1 Utawer 180, Chicago, Becre Ul of the Braa AcciDtin CourAnv, for Infofinaltoe regarding Accident Inetir. net. Mention title paper. Py eo doing you can un aemberahlp fee. Ilai paid over JtOOO.OOOOO lot accidental lojurlee. Be your own Agent. K9 lUlDlCAt, EXAMINATION REQUIRE. V fpDr H early. XaZ - - OFFICIAL Ob&AM Or HARTVOKD, IuZ j CETTUB"T DELKER'S HH(UU&; XXAVSIZIBLD THE3LE3AD. oon.1;. tla. T ,: lOo 3Por -e Don't HCop Tvlmrr. ijow to cun Tounsnu wnu.R csiso IT. '.The tobacco habit grows on a man until als nervous system is seriously atlected, itnpsriug health, comfort and happiness. To quit suddenly is too severs a shock to the system, ss to sn iavotcrats user becomes a stimulant that his system continually oravrs. is a scientific cur lor the tocacco habit, in all its forms, carefully conipoimuVd after the formula of an enimont Berlin physicians who has uied it in his private since 1872, without a failure iiractice t is purely...

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 August 1896

Hartford Republican NAM A.ANIII'.ltNtlN Iilllor Subscription, $1.25 por yoar I'KIDAY, AUOUnT 28 I896. Rates and Torms Subscriptions ft. 25 per annum In advance. 1,kmI notices 10c per line first In sertion and 5c each subsequent iiiser tion. Large contracts special rates. Calls on candidates nud political nutter 10c per line. f JmBI 7 i y L t . ilLV - X Republican Ticket. ELECTION NOV. 3.1896. for l'renldriit. WILLIAM MoKlNLEY, ofObin, for Vice l'rraiilenl. GARRErr A. HOBART, ol New Jersey. For CouicrrMi. JOHN W. LEWIS. Prom 4th District of Kentucky. ELECTORS FOR KENTUCKY. At Large 0. S. Deming, Mt. Olivet. At Large S. H. Kasb, Manchester. First District W. S. Masou, of May field. Second District George II. of Dixon. frhird District-J. F. Taylor, of Glasgow. Fourth District J. S. R. Wedding, ofHartford. Filth District Charles S. Stiglitz, of Louisville. ' Sixth District D. B. Wallace, of Warsaw. Seventh District John L. Bosley, of Taris. Eighth District N. Dauiel Mites, of Nicholasvi...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
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