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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 hao1894022701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN EXTRA. HARTFORD, KY., FEBRUARY 27, 1894. REPUBLICANS IN TOWN. ty in Convention assembled, resolve would They Hold the Largest .Delegated Convention Ever Held in the Court House. Horn Mplrjr HperhrM Miulr ntil n flood ' TlnieUrnrrnllyA NlroiiK Tick!. Turauant to call the Republicans of Ohio county met in Court House Monday evening at 1:30 o'clock in Delegated Convention for the purpose of nominating candidates for the various offices to be filled at the coming ing election in November. Considering the inclement weather the crowd was immense. Promptly at 1:30 o'clock Chairman J. S. R. Wedding called the meeting to order, and Secretary Alex Harnett read the call of the Convention. At the close of the reading Mr. Wedding ' made a clear cut and ringing Republican speech, full of vim and enthusiasm. The speech was well received. Mr.Wedding closed his remarks by stating that the Executive Commitee presents the name of Mr. S. B. Bishop, ol McIIenry Precinct, as Chairman On motion his of the Convention. was made unanimous. nomination Mr. Bishop made a few appropriate remarks in accepting the chair and called for nominations for Secretary. Jo. B. Rogers was elected Secretary and W. A. Gibson Assistant Secretary. Col. Wedding made a motion that a Committee of six as a Committee on Resolutions, which carried and the Chair apooint-c- d Col. J. S. R. Wedding, Jo. B. Rogers, C. T. Whittinghill, S. Stevens, R. R. Wedding and A. W. Black. While the Committee was out Iv. D. Guffy and C. M. Barnett were call-- ed and made good speeches, which were roundly applauded. The Committee announced ready and made the following report, which was unanimously adopted We, the Republicans of Ohio coun the Chafr appoint l 1. That we indorse the call under Mo.xley 3. which this Convention is held, For Corner G. C. Westerfield 51, our allegiance Iv W. Hunt 11. 2. That we to the principles of the Republican Total delegated vote of the county, party as set forth in our National according to the call for the ConvenPlatform of 1892. tion, being 63 and necessary for a 3. That we commend to the people choice, 32, the instructed vote resultthe financial and industrial policy ed in nominating candidates for all under which the United States, in lit- the offices, without a second call of tle more than a quarter of a century, the precincts and by reference to figcame to be the first Nation of the ures above it will be seen that the world as regards intelligence and candidates were chosen asfellowd: both aggregate and diversified wealth, County Judge John P. Morton. and condemn the policy of the DemoCounty Clerk D. M. Hocker; cratic party, the mere threaten' County Attorney E. P. Neal. ing of the putting into operation County Jailer John W. Black. 14 A tit AH n 0 t AA4 mZ f AJ hfr wui.u iiuo vkvaoiuncu 4111c uiuai Jdh uci, County Sheriff" C. P. Keown, structive panic and greatest businesii!!lCounty Assessor N C Daniel, dcpress.ou ill the history of the counCounty Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. County Corouer G. C. Westerfield. try. Aetnaville Precinct with one vote 4. That we condemn the present Administration for its Wanton disre- was not represented. After the announcement of the gard of the rights of the old soldier the Precinct vote, on motion the nomand demand that every honorably discharged soldier be granted a just ination of each candidate chosen was made unanimous by acclamation,' and liberal pension. whereupon the Convention proceeded we condemn the Democrat5. That ic party for its blundering manage- to select two County Committeemen ment of State and National affairs, from the county at large, as members and insist that the interests of the of the County Executive Committee. being in order the people would be best subserved un- Nominations der the control of the Republican par- names of W. S. Gains, W. A. Gibson and Perry Westerfield were presented ty. 6. That to this end we invite all and a call of the vote of the various good men regardless of former party precincts resulted in the selection of affiliations in accord with these sen- W. A. Gibson and Perry Westerfield. The following is a list ofthe countiments to aid us in our effort to rety Committeemen as reported: claim the State and Nation from the East Hartford D. C. Black. hands of that party which has signalWest Hartford E. D. Guffy. ly failed to give us good and wise Sulphur Springs J. H. Thomas. government. Beda C. M. Barnett. On motion, a call for the instructFordsville Sam Keown, Sr. ed vote of each precinct for the vaShreve P. A, Moxley. rious candidates was made. Pending Horse Branch W. S. Byers. the call Mr. M. h. Heavrin withdrew Select John W. King. his name as a candidate for County Cromwell S. I. Stevens. Attorney, and moved that the nomiCool Springs James Hoops. nation of E. P. Neal be made unaniRockport William Williamson. mous, which carried. The vote in the Rosine R.C. Jarnagin. Conventions showing HeavPrecinct Beaver Dam Nicholas Barrass. rin 14 and Neal 47. The call proMcHenry Sam B. Bishop. ceeded and resulted as follows: Centertown John W. Bishop. Judge John P. Morton For County Magan, Abbieville, Bartletts, Aet39, J. A. Park 19, D. F. Tracy 3. For County Clerk D. M. Hocker naville and .Smallhous reported no Committeemen. 41, J. W. Tichenor 21. For Jailor J. W. Black 40, J. E. FOR MAGISTRATES AND, CONSTAHI.ES. The Magisterial Conventions held Ashby 6, W. H. Lyons 9, H. D. at the Court House, before the hour Smith 7. For SherlT C. P. Keown 62. ofthe County Convention, resulted ds For Assessor N. C. Daniel 38, G. follows: Royal 24. continued on i'ourtii page. 1 For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh 36, Ed Davidson 13, Silas Stevens 3, N. 't . - ; ' Money Saved is Money Made." Therefore save money by buying your Groceries, Wagons, Plows, Mowing and Heaping Machines from TRACY & SON. We have repairs for the Oliver Chilled Plows cheaper than you can get thorn anywhere else. So cull on us when you want repairs of any kind. We also have a full and and complete line Fancy Groceries, which are always fresh. of Staple and We also have the Celebrated Olds Wagons and Acme rows, with repairs for all kinds of farming implements. Har- times we know but wewiil make you the lowest Respectfully, cash price in everything we handle. It is hard I'u.C"" cSsSOIbT, Itlvil. Mrs. Mahala Smith, wife of James Smith, a former resident ol this court ty, now living near Calhoon, McLean county, died last Wednesday and the remains were interred nt the Cliinti burying ground, near Liberty Church, on Thursday evening. She was a most estimable woman and had many friends in this county who with the family mourn her loss. Her two sous, Worth and Wayne, were among the county's best citizens. The family and friends who came up with the corpse returned home Friday. Peace to her ashes. . Hartford. tain the officcis of the law in their effort to crush out vice nud lawlessness. Mr. William 1'hipps and Miss Lil-li- e Huskill, of Louisville, will be mar ried at the home of the bride's brother-in-law, Mr. K. M. Rhodes, of that city to-da- llllloUllHlll. Knlli Mini Until. Ralph and Ruth Bingham entertained at College Hall last night tin dcr the auspicics of the Adelphiau Literary Society, and to say the large audience was delighted with every part of the program is to put it mildly. Ralph is even better than when Our NewClly !iul. here three years ago, and his work The new Board of Town Trustees was grand. Miss Ruth is excellent, has been organized with the following both as a pianist and declaituer, and excellent gentlemen as members: I). made nn impression, second only to I). Ringo, Chairman; J. I. Morton, S. that ol her wonderful "brother. The K. Cox, C. L. Field, W. G. Hard-wiccouplelcft for Henderson at to o'clock. k. YOU Can get anything in the Shoe and Boot line from an m - A number of new ordinances has been passed and they are for the most part good. The. Board chose Mr. Win. Lyons as Marshal, and no better selection could have been made. If we mistake not the signs ot the times, the new government means business and the people should main. The Centertown Spring School will begin the first Monday in March, with Miss Smite Anderson, of Kinderhook, as teacher. She is well qualified and in every way is a most excellent young lady. Call and see stock if you want a bargain in flour at Henry Nail's. Infant's Shoe f . UP L. F. at s EARLY SPRING GOODS! Have this week placed on their counters a shipment ofi Endless variety of hair pins, from 5c per dozen up to 5C early spring goods, including brown and'bleached domesRoyal kid gloves, all shades, worth $1.00 and $1.25, tics, plain and fancy shirting, tabic linens, napkins, oil every pair guaranteed. cloths, prints, ginghams, satinet,, princess duckings, Our notion department is full too many to mention all cashmeres, woolen dress goods in all the spring shades, and those who, miss seeing this line and getting our prftes notions of every kind Dress trimmings in the latest nov- arc surely doing themselves an injustice. elties, Hercules' brands in cotton and silk, serpentine brands, silks, velvets, etc., every thing suitable for spring No one in Ohio county is better fixed in this line. Our clothing is of the choicest selection, stylish garments, bought at hard time prices. All wool suits, runsc, worth IOC ning from $s to $18. plain white handkerchiefs, lot IOC " 5C, " fancy bordered Finest line of ladies, men's and children's custom shoes " IOC Very stylish and cheap ' extra fine plain ISC to be had. " " imported Trunks, valfrs.es telescopes, at reduced prices. " " 40c 25c Farmcrs.-don'- t f.iil to get our prices on Tobacco Cotton. 50c 40c men's gingham bordered handkerchiefs 5c, sold We head them all in prices and quality. Give us a call and everywhere for 10. Kxtra quality ladies black hose, soc we will pnvetoyou tint oir oriees are lower and that ur go-- Is e superior t much tr.--h that you have been sold everywhere for 25c. for. ' Children's hose, double heel and knee. 20c worth ssc.jiwyins IF'.A.IH BROS, cfc OO. C. B. Corsets, best sold, worth $1.50, our price,$i.25. Boots, Shoes & Clothing. 3NT0T7I03X"1S. ) a-- Hartford Tempi - of Fashion, - P"s FAIR BROS. & CO., Proprietors. loos: ottx totz -- tzeiezm:! .".Ivr Livery and Feed Stable. Firstt-clas- s Turnouts at Reasonable Rates. . -- Best Rigs in Town. Special attention given to traveling.men. .? 0 DR13 M e Moas Grocery Business. O EXTREME LOW PRICES! FAIR SQUARE DEALIFG! TREATING EVERYnODY NICELY. CLEANLIFESS AND PROMPTNESS. RIGHT AT THE HEAD OF Tilt? PROFESSION! DOING JUST AS WE ADVERVISE, KEEPING EVERY IS OZ. Z?OTJL:n.cLS''"g2: BUYING FOR CASH AND SELLING FOR CASH! "GOOD THING TO EAT" FROM THE BEST MARKETS that the V. S. AFFORDS. PUTTING GOODS IN ATTRACTIVE STYLE These are a few of the many reasons we assign for our TOO "CHEiKiare Our music is a little hard for some of nnfflB." we can't help that. LIFE IS TOO SHORT. our Brother Grocers to donee to; but WE CAN'T WAIT. THEY ARE SLOW. " Join the Procession. IBIS &. Go with the Crowd. SHiTI, Buy your Groceries at STEVENS & COLLINS, - HARTFORD, KY. Huh wants a few small fat hogs. Hall keeps all kinds of fresh meat. Reme mber the O. L. C's Mr. Simon Jones, Hamilton, is quite sick. Henry Nail handles the barrel flour in town. REPOUI.IL'AXN I. TOWS, Messrs. Ed and Albert Quisinber-r- y Hartford: For Magistrate A. S. and John McCune, of Fordsville, Aull For Constable Hosea Shown. were in the city Friday. Cromwell; For Magistrate Jont B Mr, Athey Elmore, of the Sunny R. B. Martin. .WilsonConstable Dale neighborhood, died Saturday and Rosine; For Magistarte C. L. was buried Sunday evening. Woodward For Constable Thomas Allen. Col. C. M. Bantctt, who has been Buford and Fordsville held no living in Owensboro loathe past two Conventions, but will make nominayars, has moved back loathe home tions at some future time. farm, on No Creek. We are glad to The County candidates made appro- welcome him again to a home among priate speeches accepting their nomi' N' us. nations and the largest delegated The Chemistry Class in charge of County Convention ever held in Prof. Wm. Foster gave an interesting the county adjourned. entertainment at College Hall SaturS. B. Bishop, Ch'm'n. day night. The exercises consisted Jo. B. Rogers, of a variety of chemical experiments, W. A. Gibson, Assist. Sec'y. optical illusions, etc., and was not Uncle Jo. JWrilrniieU lral. only entertaining but instructive. Yesterday about 10 o'clock Mr. Jo fJeff Bennett died at his home on No The Progressive Euchre Club met Creek, of paralysis. Uncle Jo Jeff, last Thursday night at the home of as he was familiary called, was one of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. R. Phipps and Miss the oldest and most highly respected Dent Phipps in East Hartford. The wtizens of the county, having been a occasion was a very pleasant one, it consistent member of the Methodist being of Anniversary the Church for half a century or more. George Washington's Birthday, the The remains will be interred at the proverbial hatchet was most approCarson grave yard priately remembered. A sumptuous First Party, Second Party, Third repast was enjoyed and all departed Party, and in fact, all parties bearing pleasant memories. test $3 er Messrs. 'A. Wayne Griffin and Bro. are putting up a new sign. Go to H. C. Pace for anything yoa may need in the tonsorial line. It will be to your advantage to read the advertisements in this issue. Hall keeps the wonderful Japanese Oil and all kinds of patent medicines. Born, to the wife of D. E. Thomas, a fine girl Laura Warriner. - this morning, Mr. Henry Field and Sheriff J. P. Stevens returned from Louisville Sunday. Henry Nail's is the place for the best flour, meal and feed at the uiott reasonable prices. to-da- put up their horses at Casebier & Burton's stable when they come to Hartford and all ways get good accommodations. Mr. F. W. Yeiser, who has bets quite sick for sonic time, is thought to be some better. Rev. R. A. Crowe preached Sunday The Lumberman, of South Carroll-tomorning at the Methodist Church. came up the River last week, His sermon was very interesting and bringing a big cargo of flour, Meal instructive and was well received. and feed for Henry Nail's feed store. n, fiTC-- , -.-